King Mahasiva
BC 257 - BC 247
AgeingKing Suratissa
BC 247 - BC 237
AssasinatedSena and Guttika
BC 237 - BC 215
King Suratissa
House of Vijaya | Anuradhapura - (BC 247 - BC 237)

Suratissa was an early monarch of Sri Lanka of the Kingdom of Anuradhapura, based at the ancient capital of Anuradhapura from 247 BC to 237 BC. He was the younger son of Pandukabhaya and the brother of Mutasiva. Suratissa was defeated and killed in battle by two South Indian Tamil invaders Sena and Guttika and usurped the Sinhalese throne and became joint rules of Anuradhapura, which was the first historically reported account of Tamil rule in Sri Lanka. Sinhala rule was re-established in 215 BC.

Relatives
Grand FatherKing PandukabhayaBC 437 - BC 377
FatherKing MutasivaBC 367 - BC 307
BrotherKing Devanampiya TissaBC 307 - BC 267
BrotherKing UttiyaBC 267 - BC 257
BrotherKing MahasivaBC 257 - BC 247
BrotherKing AselaBC 215 - BC 205
BrotherKing Mahanaga~ - ~
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