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Tribal Coins of Ancient India

Devendra Handa

ISBN 10: 8173053170 / ISBN 13: 9788173053177
Editorial: Aryan Books International, New Delhi, India, 2007
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Printed Pages: 322 with 85 b/w illustrations, 25 figures and maps. Size: 22 x 28 Cm. N° de ref. de la librería 019044

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Título: Tribal Coins of Ancient India

Editorial: Aryan Books International, New Delhi, India

Año de publicación: 2007

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro: New

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Edición: First Edition.

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Tribal coins throw a food of light on the history, culture, religion, economy, polity, trade, commerce, technology, symbology, metrology, movements, etc. of the various tribes in ancient India. They thus enlighten us about various aspects of the life and culture of the people in ancient India. Numismatic discoveries made from time to time, interpretations and newer techniques of analysis have rendered earlier views in many cases as obsolete and worth revision. Some new types of Agreya coins published recently throw fresh light on the religious proclivities of the Agras. Coins discovered from Nohar show the presence of the Arjunayana tribe in northeastern Rajasthan. A critical analysis of the typology and provenance of Audumbara coins reveals that the monarchical issues of the Mitra rulers do not actually belong to the tribe, and that there was no ruler of the name of Mahadeva belonging to the Audumbara stock, thus rendering the old classification of their coins as outdated. The discovery of the hoards at Chakkar near Mandi and at Hat Koti and Jalog in Shimla district in Himachal Pradesh, stray finds of new types of Kuninda coins, their coin molds from regular excavations at Sanghol in Punjab and their coins from the site of the Syena-chiti (Eagle-shaped fire-altar) at Purola in Uttaranchal have thrown fresh light on their history, culture, religion, kingship, capital, mint-site and techniques of minting, trade and commerce, etc. The diminutive nature of Malava coins as evidence of poor economy stands challenged in the light of epigraphic evidence. The existence of the Kshudrakas and Savtriputras has been proved on the basis of their coins. The Vemakis were known only from Rudravarman's silver and a dubious copper coin but the author has brought two of their new rulers-Bhavavarman and Sivaghosha-to light.

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