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  • Huvishka (Kushan: Οοηϸκι, "Ooishki") (... – ...) è stato un imperatore Kushan dalla morte di Kanishka (sembra dal 140) all'ascesa al trono del successore Vasudeva I, circa 40 anni dopo. Il suo fu un regno di ridimensionamento e consolidamento dell'impero. In particolare impiegò tempo e sforzi per esercitare grande controllo sulla città di Mathura. Mathura rappresentava il punto più meridionale dell'impero e, come buona parte di India e Pakistan, veniva governato tramite una serie di regnanti subordinati. Questi regnanti, i satrapi, avevano una certa autonomia da Kanishka, ma i loro nomi non sono stati registrati negli annali del regno di Huvishka. (it)
  • Huvishka (Kushan: Οοηϸκι, "Ooishki") fue emperador del Imperio kushán desde la muerte de Kanishka (c. 140 CE) hasta la sucesión de Vasudeva I, aproximadamente cuarenta años más tarde. Su gobierno es un periodo de reducción y consolidación para el Imperio. En particular, dedica tiempo y esfuerzo al principio de su reinado a ejercer un mayor control sobre la ciudad de Mathura. Mathura representaba la extensión más sureña del Imperio y, como gran parte del Subcontinente indio, había sido gobernado por una serie der gobernantes subordinados. Estos gobernantes, los sátrapas, mantuvieron una cierta autonomía bajo Kanishka, pero desaparecen de los registros en el reinado de Huvishka. (es)
  • Гувішка — правитель Кушанського царства. (uk)
  • Хувишка (бактр. Οοηϸκι) (умер в 166) — правитель Кушанского царства, занимавший трон предположительно в 131—166 годах. Восстановил фамильное святилище кушанских царей в Сурх-Котале и в селении Мат после его разрушения предыдущим царём Васишкой. На короткое время был свергнут (на трон воздвигли сына Васишки Канишку II на 14 год его правления), но смог удержать царство. Во время его правления развивались буддизм и индуизм, к его времени относится статуя Амитабхи в городе Матхура в Индии. (ru)
  • Huviška o Huvishka, transliteració en català Huvixka, fou un rei/emperador de la dinastia dels grans Kuixans (Kushan), successor de Kaniška I el Gran (am un breu regnat enmig de /Vsihka o Vsiška); es suposa que no era fill de Kanishka sinó probablement un germà menor. És conegut principalment per inscripcions i monedes; només hi ha una breu referència al llibre de la historia de Caixmir, el Rājataraṅgiṇī, i tota la resta són evidències numismàtiques i epigràfiques per lo que no se sap res de la història política del seu temps si bé per l'abundància de monedes d'or es considera que fou una època de prosperitat derivada segurament del comerç de la ruta de la seda, almenys fins a l'expansió després del 166 d'una epidèmia de variola procedent d'Occident que hauria aturat la prosperitat. El se (ca)
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  • Huvischka (de)
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  • Huvishka (es)
  • Huvixka (ca)
  • Huviŝka (eo)
  • Huviška (cs)
  • Гувішка (uk)
  • Хувишка I (ru)
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  • Huvishka (Kushan: Οοηϸκι, "Ooishki") fue emperador del Imperio kushán desde la muerte de Kanishka (c. 140 CE) hasta la sucesión de Vasudeva I, aproximadamente cuarenta años más tarde. Su gobierno es un periodo de reducción y consolidación para el Imperio. En particular, dedica tiempo y esfuerzo al principio de su reinado a ejercer un mayor control sobre la ciudad de Mathura. Mathura representaba la extensión más sureña del Imperio y, como gran parte del Subcontinente indio, había sido gobernado por una serie der gobernantes subordinados. Estos gobernantes, los sátrapas, mantuvieron una cierta autonomía bajo Kanishka, pero desaparecen de los registros en el reinado de Huvishka. (es)
  • Гувішка — правитель Кушанського царства. (uk)
  • Huvischka war ein Großkönig des Kushan-Reiches, der von etwa 140–183 n. Chr. regierte. Die Ereignisse und Thronfolge nach dem Tod von Kanischka I. sind umstritten. Aus Inschriften nach dessen Tod sind drei Herrscher bekannt. Es ist vermutet worden, dass diese drei Herrscher sich die Regierung des Reiches teilten. Es handelt sich um Huvischka, Vasischka und Kanischka (II.) Von Vasischka waren lange keine Münzen bekannt. Seine Position und die seines Sohnes Kanischka sind umstritten und es mag sich um Vasallenkönige handeln oder einen Herrscher, der im dritten Jahrhundert regierte. Huvischka ist gut durch Inschriften und Münzen bezeugt. Huvischka ist von zahlreichen Inschriften bekannt, die in die Jahre 31 bis 60 der Kanischka-Ära datieren. Er scheint das Reich in der Ausdehnung von Kanischka I. weiter regiert zu haben. Huvischka ließ zahlreiche Goldmünzen prägen, die durch die gute Qualität der bildlichen Darstellungen auffallen. Auf ihnen erscheinen hinduistische, aber auch griechische Gottheiten. Seine Kupfermünzen zeigen jedoch einen Verlust an Wert. (de)
  • Huviška o Huvishka, transliteració en català Huvixka, fou un rei/emperador de la dinastia dels grans Kuixans (Kushan), successor de Kaniška I el Gran (am un breu regnat enmig de /Vsihka o Vsiška); es suposa que no era fill de Kanishka sinó probablement un germà menor. És conegut principalment per inscripcions i monedes; només hi ha una breu referència al llibre de la historia de Caixmir, el Rājataraṅgiṇī, i tota la resta són evidències numismàtiques i epigràfiques per lo que no se sap res de la història política del seu temps si bé per l'abundància de monedes d'or es considera que fou una època de prosperitat derivada segurament del comerç de la ruta de la seda, almenys fins a l'expansió després del 166 d'una epidèmia de variola procedent d'Occident que hauria aturat la prosperitat. El seu regnat és situa normalment vers 154-186 (29 a 60 de l'era de Kaniška, sent la primera data resultant del que consta al temple brahmin de Chaurasi Jaina a Mathurā mentre la darrera data deriva de la imatge del Kaṅkālī Tilla Jaina a Mathurā). Una inscripció a Mathura de l'any 77 de Kanishka (any 204) esmenta que havia fundat un monestir budista a Jamālpūr prop de Mathurā. Tot i això no només va governar a Mathura sinó que el seu govern està testimoniat també a (Afganistan) en una inscripció del any 51 (177) i al Rājatarangiṇī (llibre I, on se li dona el nom de “Hushka,” i on s'esmenten també “Djushka”/Vaješka i Kaniška) es diu que governava a Caixmir on hauria fundat la ciutat de Hushkapura. Hi ha una extensa sèrie de monedes d'aquest rei, generalment d'or, que portan al davant una representació de la cara del rei en diverses posicions i els seus títols: "Šaonanošao oohški Košabo" (Rei de reis, Huviška el kuixan) en diverses ortografies. A la part del darrere un extens repertori de déus iranianes, índies i fins i tot clàssiques, totes indicades amb escriptura greco-bactriana, destacant Mithra, Nana, Vēš—an, Śiva o Heracles. La cara del rei apareix principalment de dos maneres: amb un gorro decorat amb un creixent o un sol; i amb una tiara amb moltes joies; aquesta segona versió és posterior a la primera, ja que la cara del rei en aquella es sensiblement més jove; s'ha suggerit que hi podia haver hagut dos reis de nom Huviška, però l'evidència no es concloent. Els experts consideren que aquestes monedes foren encunyades a dues ceques: a Peshawar i a Taxila (aquesta de manera menys segura). En una moneda hi ha una inscripció que ha sigut traduïda com “Kaṇiṣka, fill de Huviṣka,” que indicaria que el rei Huviṣka va tenir un fill anomenat Kaṇiṣka. El successor de Huviṣka fou Vasudeva; no se sap exactament quan es va produir la successió però hi ha una inscripció de Vasudeva datada el 190 o 193 (64 o 67 de l'era Kaniška). Per tant Huviṣka va regnar al menys 33 anys, cosa dins el possible. Hi hauria una estatua de Huviṣka al temple de Surkh Kotal (ca)
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  • (Coin of Huvishka. Legend in Kushan language and Greek script : ϷΑΟΝΑΝΟϷΑΟ ΟΟΗϷΚΙ ΚΟϷΑΝΟ : "King of kings, Huvishka the Kushan".) (en)
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  • Earliest known "Mahayana" inscription: inscribed pedestal with the first known occurrence of the name of "Amitabha Buddha" in the "year 26 of Huvishka" Words "Bu-ddha-sya A-mi-tā-bha-sya" in Brahmi script in the inscription. (en)
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  • Earliest Mahayana inscription (en)
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  • Amitabha Buddha inscription in the year 26 of Huvishka Inscription Buddhasya Amitabhasya.jpg (en)
  • Amitabha Buddha inscription in the year 26 of Huvishka.jpg (en)
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  • Huvishka (Kushan: Οοηϸκι, "Ooishki", Brahmi: Hu-vi-ṣka) was the emperor of the Kushan Empire from the death of Kanishka (assumed on the best evidence available to be in 150 CE) until the succession of Vasudeva I about thirty years later. His rule was a period of consolidation for the Empire. Huvishka's territory encompassed Balkh in Bactria to Mathura in India, locations were it is known that he minted his coinage. Gold coins and amulets in his effigy were found as far as Pataliputra and Bodh Gaya, including one such amulets as an offering under the Enlightenment Trone of the Buddha in Bodh Gaya, suggesting with other find of Kushan coins in the area that Kushan rule may have extended this far east. His reign seems to have been essentially peaceful, consolidating Kushan power in northern India, and moving the center of the Kushan Empire to the southern capital city of Mathura. (en)
  • Huvishka (Kushan: Οοηϸκι, "Ooishki", Brahmi: Hu-vi-ṣka) was the emperor of the Kushan Empire from the death of Kanishka (assumed on the best evidence available to be in 150 CE) until the succession of Vasudeva I about thirty years later. His rule was a period of consolidation for the Empire. Huvishka's territory encompassed Balkh in Bactria to Mathura in India, locations were it is known that he minted his coinage. Gold coins and amulets in his effigy were found as far as Pataliputra and Bodh Gaya, including one such amulets as an offering under the Enlightenment Trone of the Buddha in Bodh Gaya, suggesting with other finds of Kushan coins in the area that Kushan rule may have extended this far east. His reign seems to have been essentially peaceful, consolidating Kushan power in northern India, and moving the center of the Kushan Empire to the southern capital city of Mathura. (en)
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  • Huvishka (Kushan: ΟΟΗϷΚΙ, "Ooēški", Brahmi: Hu-vi-ṣka, Huviṣka) was the emperor of the Kushan Empire from the death of Kanishka (assumed on the best evidence available to be in 150 CE) until the succession of Vasudeva I about thirty years later. His rule was a period of consolidation for the Empire. Huvishka's territory encompassed Balkh in Bactria to Mathura in India, locations were it is known that he minted his coinage. Gold coins and amulets in his effigy were found as far as Pataliputra and Bodh Gaya, including one such amulets as an offering under the Enlightenment Trone of the Buddha in Bodh Gaya, suggesting with other finds of Kushan coins in the area that Kushan rule may have extended this far east. His reign seems to have been essentially peaceful, consolidating Kushan power in northern India, and moving the center of the Kushan Empire to the southern capital city of Mathura. (en)
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