Monetary History Of Mughal India As Reflected In Silver Coin Hoards
Based On The Inventory Published By The State Museum, Lucknow This Study Attempts To Reconstruct The Quantitative Characteristics Of The Mughal Silver Coinage Between 1560 And 1760 In What Is Now The Uttar Pradesh. Apart From Discussing Basic Principles, The Author Suggests The Reasons For The Absence Of The Price Revolution During This Important Phase Of Mughal India`S 17Th Century.
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17th century accumulations AGRA Ahmadabad Akbar ALIGARH ALLAHABAD area of U.P. Aurangzeb avavHvnv Banaras BANDA BARABANKI BAREILLY BASTI Bengal biases BIJNOR BUDAUN cent central mints circulation coin hoards deposited coin incidences coin population coins in hoards copper currency dates given decline Delhi Dutch emergency hoards factors FARRUKHABAD FATEHPUR FYZABAD gold GORAKHPUR graph Gujarat HAMIRPUR HARDOI hoard evidence hoards containing imperial incidences of coins inventory Jahanglri JALAUN JAUNPUR JHANSI KANPUR KHERI Lahore Latest coin LUCKNOW Moosvi MORADABAD Mughal coins Mughal Empire Mughal India Mughal silver coin Multan museums number of coins number of hoards number of incidences Numismatic output Patna pentad percentual shares PILIBHIT precious metals Qandahar quantities RAE BARELI RAMPUR regnal period reign relatively reminting rupees savings hoards Shah Shahjahan Shahjahanabad silver coin stock silver coins minted silver imports Silver Influx subtotals unspecified SULTANPUR Surat Thatta trade Treasure Trove Reports trend U.P. hoards UNNAO