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Religious significance of the Symbols and Devices
Deities and Symbols on the Tribal and Local Coins
Deities and Symbols on the IndoGreek Coinage
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Agni Allan Altekar ancient animal anthropomorphic Apollo appears Ardoksho Artemis associated Athena attribute Audumbaras Banerjea Brahmanical Buddha Buddhist bull Candragupta cast coins Century B.C. Chattopadhyay coinage Coins and Icons coins issued coins of Huviska copper coins cornucopiae crescent cult Cunningham deity depicted described devices divinities early Indian coins elephant emblem Gardner Garuda gods gold coins Greek Gupta coins Gupta Empire Helios Herakles Hindu holding human figure Ibid iconography identified Imperial Guptas India indicate Indo-Greek Indra Iranian JNSI Karttikeya king Kumaragupta Kunindas Kusana coins LaksmI left hand legend lotus Maues Mohen-jo-daro Mother Goddess mountain Mythology Nana Nandipada Nike nimbate numismatic obverse Oesho op.cit peacock period portrayed punch-marked coins Purana religion religious represented reverse right hand Saka sceptre sculptures seals seated significance Siva solar symbol spear standing to front sun-god Surya Svastika symbol taurine theriomorphic tree tribal trident Ujjain Ujjayini Vedic Visnu worship Yaudheya Zeus