2 edition of coin types of the Indo-Greek kings found in the catalog.
coin types of the Indo-Greek kings
A. K. Narain
|Statement||by A. K. Narain.|
|Contributions||Ancient Coin Club of America.|
|LC Classifications||CJ667 .N3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||37|
|LC Control Number||68004738|
The Coin Galleries: Indo-Greeks: Lysias (c. BCE) According to Bopearachchi, Lysias was the king to follow Zoilus I in the Paropamisadae, an area in what is now eastern Afghanistan in the area of Kabul and Kapisa. Kings of Macedon, Antigonos I Monophthalmos (Strategos of Asia, /5 BC, or king, / BC). AR Drachm. In the name and types of Alexander III.
The Indo-Greek Kingdom (or sometimes Graeco-Indian Kingdom covered various parts of the northwest and northern Indian subcontinent from B.C.E. to around 10 C.E., ruled by a succession of more than 30 Hellenic and Hellenistic kings, The kingdom began when the Greco-Bactrian king Demetrius invaded India in B.C.E., ultimately creating an entity which seceded from the powerful Greco. Slightly northwest of Mathura, numerous Indo-Greek coins were found in the city of Khokrakot (modern Rohtak), belonging to as many as 14 different Indo-Greek kings, as well as coin molds in Naurangabad,  suggesting Indo-Greek occupation of Haryana in the 2nd-1st centuries BC.
"Indo-Greek Kings: Strato I BC. AE Hemi-obol ( grams). Bust of Herakles right, club over shoulder / Nike walking right, holding wreath and palm; monogram before; control mark sigma = Pushkalavati workshop.". The Indo-Greek coins are very important source of ancient Indian history. Out of 42 Indo-Greek kings who ruled, about 34 kings are known only through their coins. Coins of such kings as Menander depicted them slowly progressing from their teenage to .
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The complete legends are given at the head of each section and while describing the coin-types they are referred as (a), (b), etc The sequence of the kings and their approximate dates given in brackets (all in B.C.) are those we have adopted in our book, The Indo-Greeks.5/5(1).
Get this from a library. The coin types of the Indo-Greek kings. [A K Narain; Ancient Coin Club of America.]. Get this from a library.
The coin types of the Indo-Greek kings. [A K Narain; Harit Krishna Deb; Ancient Coin Club of America.]. The book also covers a anthropological studies on the arrival of nomadic tribes from the steppe and their ensuing destruction of the Bactrian kingdoms.
The majority of the essays in the book cover numismatic evidence and their identification of various Indo-Greek kings, their treasurers, etc.5/5(1). Indo-Greek Numismatics Four articles R p+8pl, 6x9, hc US edition: NOT IN STOCK: Whitehead, R.B. Catalogue of Coins in the Punjab Museum, Lahore, Vol 1: Indo Greek The best museum catalog (SA) on the series, covers Indo-Greek, Indo-Scythian, Indo-Parthian, and Kushans p+20pl, hc, R Good review and download HERE.
NOT IN STOCK. It also includes the handy and useful Coin-types of the Indo-Greek Kings (published already 3 times).
There is a consolidated Bibliography at the end along with few maps and illustrative plates. This book deals with the remarkable story of the Graeco-Bactrian and GraecoIndian peoples who interacted, and gradually became integrated, with the.
The importance of a subject is not always proportionate to the amount of material which has survived about it. In the early part of the eighteenth century two coin types of the Indo-Greek kings book of the Greco-Bactrians were found and they suggested to Theophilus Bayer the plan of his work, Historia regni Graecorum Bactriani, published at St.
Petersburg in And exactly years later, inappeared the work of Dr. The History of the Indo-Greek Kingdom covers a period from the 2nd century BCE to the beginning of the 1st century CE in northern and northwestern India. There were over 30 Indo-Greek kings, often in competition on different territories.
Many of them are only known through their coins. Many of the dates, territories, and relationships between Indo-Greek kings are tentative and essentially.
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The coins of the Greek and Scythic kings of Bactria and India in the British Museum by British Museum. Dept. of Coins and Medals; Gardner, Percy, Pages: The first Indo-Greek kingdom appeared circa BCE may when the Greco-Bactrian king or (general for his father) Demetrios was busy in India, when his Indian possessions were divided between several kings, probably firstly in order to better govern them but then due to civil term “Indo-Greek” is generally used because these kingdoms were almost always separated from Bactria Author: Antoine Simonin.
Coin types Single-die coins. The most ancient of the coins are those that were die-cast on one side only, the other side remaining blank. They seem to start as early BCE, that is, already in the last decades of the Maurya Empire.
Some of these coins were created before the Indo-Greek invasions (dated to circa BCE, start of the Yavana era), while most of the others were created later. prevalent greek coin types and epigraphy Ancient Greek coins are varied in their designs, and the issues of a single mint can show a wide variety of types over a long period of time.
Regardless of what specific imagery was chosen, the coin types clearly referred to the issuing authority of a particular coin. The coinage of Apollodotus is quite extensive, both in numbers of types and numbers of surviving coins, so it is likely he had a longer reign than many of the other kings in these waning days of.
Indo-Greek kings combined the Greek and Indian languages and symbols on their coins. Share this Article: The Indo-Greek Kingdom covered various parts of the northwest and northern Indian subcontinent from BCE to around 10 CE, and was ruled by a succession of more than thirty Hellenic kings who were often in conflict with each other.
(1) ANCIENT COINS. NUMISMATICS. Numismatics is the name given to the study and collecting of coins and medals, and is derived from NOMISMA, the Greek word for coin. FIRST COIN. It was in Asia that coinage began. In the late seventh century B.C the Lydian kingdom in western Turkey was the provider of the first coin.
Look at other dictionaries: History of the Indo-Greek Kingdom — The History of the Indo Greek Kingdom covers a period from the 2nd century BCE to the beginning of the 1st century CE in northern and northwestern India. There were over 30 Indo Greek kings, often in competition on different territories.
The Coin-types of the Indo-Greek Kings. Numismatic Society of India, Numismatic Notes and Monographs, American Numismatic Society, New York 2. Varanasi, (3rd reprint, Chicago, ).Home; All editions; The coin types of the Indo-Greek kings / with an appendix: Deities and city-symbols as Indo-Greek coin types by H.K.
Deb Narain, A. K.Hoover, Oliver D. Handbook of Coins of Baktria and Ancient India, Including Sogdiana, Margiana, Areia, and the Indo-Greek, Indo-Skythian, and Native Indian States South of the Hindu Kush, Fifth Century Centuries BC to First Century AD [The Handbook of Greek Coinage Series, Volume 12].
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