Indian Coins

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K.J. Trübner, 1898 - Numismatics - 56 pages
 

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Page 12 - HERAUSGEGEBEN von HERMANN PAUL ord. Professor der deutschen Philologie an der Universität München. ZWEITE VERBESSERTE UND VERMEHRTE AUFLAGE. Diese neue Auflage wird ebenso wie die erste in Lieferungen erscheinen und voraussichtlich im Laufe des Jahres 1905 vollständig werden.
Page 13 - AD' (/. C., sec. 51). In truth none of the coins in the Indian Museum are as late as the fifth century, and, as remarked above, 330 AD may be taken as the limiting date.
Page 3 - But the observations of EJ Rapson on PMC in his small book Indian Coins published in the same year, were not as sound as those of Cunningham. He no doubt supported the indigenous origin of PMC,7 but also asserted that they are little more than weights of metal, on which was stamped from time to time the symbol of the authority responsible for their correctness and...
Page 12 - C. Kurdisch Prof. Dr. A. Socin. D. Kleinere Dialekte und Dialektgruppen a) Allgemeines, b) Pamirdialekte, c) Kaspische Dialekte (Mäzandaräm...
Page 12 - Weissbach. 3) Pahlavilitteratur Dr. EW West. Mit einem Anhang über die neupersische Litteratur der Parsi. 4) Das iranische Nationalepos Prof. Dr. Th.
Page 17 - With the exception of two or three gold coins of Eukrntides, one of Menunder, and, perhaps, one of Taxila, and another coin of uncertain attribution, no specimens which can possibly have been struck in India, during the two centuries previous to the date of Hiniu (Wema) Kadphises. are to be found in the collections of the present day" (Kapson, Grundrim, "Indian Coins,
Page 2 - The most ancient coinage of India, which seems to have been developed independently of any foreign influence, follows the native system of weights, as given in Manu VIII, 132 if.
Page 3 - Many of the silver sigloi, moreover, bear countermarks so similar to the native punch marks1 as to make it seem probable that the two classes of coins were in circulation together; and this probability is increased by the occurrence on sigloi, recently acquired by the British Museum, of Brahma and...