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The Scythians or Sakas were originally a nomadic people from Central Asia who made their way into Bactria in the second century BCE.
Indo-Sakas in Western India, silver drachm, Vijayasena (238-250 AD) as Mahakshatrap, 243 AD
The Scythians or Sakas were originally a nomadic people from Central Asia who made their way into Bactria in the second century BCE.
Coin #15A: Western Kshatrapas, Viradaman, 234-238 CE Head of king right, Saka date 159 (=237 CE) behind head, remnants of blundered "Greek" legend around /
Saka-coinage A new phase in Indian history commenced with the coming of Alexander the Great to India in 326 B.C. He crossed the Indus, marched to Taxila and ...
Indo-Sakas in Western India, silver drachm of Vijayasena (238-250 AD) as Kshatrap, 238 AD
Coin of the Western Kshatrapa ruler Rudrasimha I (c. AD 175 to 197), a descendant of the Indo-Scythians
A coin of the Indo-Scythian king Azes
KardamakasChastana Chastana, silver drachm
Coin of Rudrasena I (200–222). Brahmi date: 131 Saka era. 16mm, 2.2 grams.
Ancient Coins - Indo-Sakas in Western India, silver drachm, Vijayasena (238
Ruler : Spalahores with Vonones Year : 100 - 65 BC Unit : Tetradrachm, Silver Kandahar mint. Obverse : King seated on horse, holding spear and
Coin of Indo-Scythian Northern Satrap Rajuvula. Obv. Bust of king and Greek
Indo-Sakas in Western India, silver drachm, Rudrasena II (255-278 AD) as Mahakshatrap, rare date - 196 SE / 274 AD
SCYTHIAN, Spalyrises, c. 65-40 BC, 24mm bronze hemiobol, MA-2175, king on horse R / bow & arrow, Kandahar, crude aVF $125.00 sold
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Coin #15: Western Kshatrapas, Vijayasena, Silver drachma, 238-250 CE Head of king right, Saka date 159 (=237 CE) behind head,
Indo-Sakas in Western India, silver drachm, Rudradaman (ca.130-150 AD) as Mahakshatrap
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Indo-Sakas in Western India (Western Satraps in Gujarat), silver drachm, Damajadasri III (250-255 AD) as Mahakshatrap
Indo-Greek and Indo-Scythian Coinage: Greeks, Sakas and Their Contemporaries in Central and Southern India, etc v. 9: Michael Mitchiner: 9780904173147: ...
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Ancient Coins - Indo-Sakas in Western India, rare silver drachm of Viradaman (
Silver drachm, ca.78-130 AD, Western Satraps, India, - Chastana Kardamaka (ca.78-130 AD) as Mahakshatrapa, Indo-Sakas in W.India | MA-Shops
Classical Numismatics Discussion Members' Gallery - Indian Coins/Indo-Sakas in India, silver drachm, Damasena (222-238) as MK, 157 SE/235 AD
Indo-Sakas in Western India, silver drachm, Bhartrdaman (277-295 AD) as Kshatrap (277-282 AD), 204 SE/282 AD
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Indo-Sakas in Western India, "Mint A" silver drachm, Rudradaman (ca.130-150 AD) as Mahakshatrap
The Scythians or Sakas were originally a nomadic people from Central Asia who made their way into Bactria in the second century BCE.
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Indo-Sakas in Western India, silver drachm, Visvasena (292-304 AD), 303 AD - rare type with one "Mahakchatrapasa"
Coin of both Hermaios and Kujula Kadphises
Rudradaman IRudradaman I, portait on a silver coin. World Imaging
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Gold coin of Gupta era, depicting a Gupta king holding a bow, 300 CE
Coin of Parataraja Bhimarjuna
Indo-Sakas in Western India, silver drachm, Damajadasri III (250-255 AD) as Mahakshatrap, 252 AD
SCYTHIAN, Azilizes, 57-c.35 BC, silver tetradrachm, S56.581T, MA-2270v3, horseman w/ spear R / city goddess standing R, Sa before horse / Si above goddess' ...
It is generally agreed that Kanishka was the first to use Saka era, so the origin is given to him. But kushana chronology itself is debated.
546FC) SAKAS, KHARAHOSTES, SON OF ARTA, CIRCA 15 AD, SATRAP IN THE CENTRAL PART OF CHACH, AE TRICHALKON, 7.32 GRMS, KING HOLDING WHIP MOUNTED ON HORSEBACK, ...
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Silver drachm of Vijayasena (238-250 AD) as MK, dated 162 SE/240 AD, Indo- Sakas | eBay
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... which gave rise to a sub-kingdom of the Parthian Empire that extended across SW Afghanistan into present-day Pakistan and northern India.
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Indo-Sakas in Western India, silver drachm, Visvasena (292-304 AD) as Kshatrap, dated to 225 SE / 303 AD
Rudrasena I, Saka year 136 (214 CE).
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Coin of Abhiraka (Aghudaka), King of Western Satraps Lion and dharmachakra on pedestals. Early 1st Century A.D.
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Commemorative coin of Euthydemos from Agathokles of Bactria
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CHORESMIA, c. 100 BC-45 AD, billon-copper drachm, MA-1879+, bust R / horse L in imitation of Heliokles' types, struck in or near Balkh, F $75.00 sold 7/17/ ...
This is not possible in the case of early punch-marked coins which cannot be assigned with certainty to any dynasty.
Coin of the Western Kshatrapa ruler Bhartrdaman (278 to 295). Obv: Bust of Bhartrdaman, with corrupted Greek legend (Indo-Greek style), (Saka) date 200 ...
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The Western Kshatrapas were probably a Scythian dynasty that ruled a large kingdom in western India from the 1st to the early 5th century.
Sakas of Ujjain, 2nd century BC, Copper, 1.98 g, a Roman head to right on obv, a horse galloping to right on rev, unisncribed. The coin type is normally ...
The Silver Coinage of the Western Satraps in India (50-400 AD): Catalogue and Rarity Guide (The Coinage of the Western Satraps in India (50-400 AD)) (Volume ...
Vonones, copper coin. cng e-auction 86 (31-3-2004), lot 52 (21mm, 8.06g).
Silver drachm of Mahasatrap Damajadasri III (248-255), 176 SE/254
Coin of Azes, with king seated, holding a drawn sword and a whip.
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Gold coins of Chandragupta II of Gupta Empire, 400 CE
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Before the 'Naya Paisa' was introduced in 1957, a rupee had 64 paisas in it. There used to be 4 paisas in an Anna, making 16 Annas in a rupee.
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At about 165 BCE, Bactria was lost to the Parthians and Sakas. After this, the yavanas continued to rule in central and southern Afghanistan and ...
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Hoard of mostly Maurya Empire coins.
The Scythians or Sakas were originally a nomadic people from Central Asia who made their way into Bactria in the second century BCE.
1/4 shatamana ca.500-400 BC Kamboja Janapada, India - extremely rare punchmarked coin (5-armed punchmark with 2 bars)! | MA-Shops
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Western India-Indo Sakas Satraps, AR Drachm, 2nd Century AD Indo-Greek legend. Bust right wearing short hat. Brahmi legend. Triple-arched hill, river below, ...
Indo-Scythians The COININDIA Coin Galleries IndoScythians Azes I
Scythians (Sakas), a large group of Iranian Eurasian nomads migrated to central and northern South Asia including Gandhara, Sindh, Kashmir, Punjab, Haryana, ...
Indo-Sakas in Western India (Western Satraps in Gujarat), silver drachm, Damajadasri II (232-233 AD) as Satrap
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CHORESMIA, c. 100 BC-45 AD, billon-copper drachm, MA-1879+, bust R / horse L in imitation of Heliokles' types, struck in or near Balkh, crust spot, ...
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Gold Coin of Kumaragupta I
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