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Indo-Greek and Indo-Scythian coinage

by Michael Mitchiner

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Published by Hawkins Publications, Distributed by Seaby in Sanderstead, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coins, Greek.,
  • Coins, Indo-Scythian.,
  • Coins, Scythian.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    Statementby Michael Mitchiner.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCJ335 .M55
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4614764M
    ISBN 100904173097
    LC Control Number77378782

      Indo-Greek Baktria Menander I Soter BC AR Tet 26mm g Diad - Athena Alkidemos tbolt Gorgon shield SNG ANS INDO-GREEK KINGDOM Zoilos II Circa BCE AR drachm 17mm g Athena Alkidemos l monograms Antony Actium SNG ANS India Indo-Scythian King Azes I BCE AR Drachm.   : Indo-Greek Rulers and their Coins: Contents: Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Brief review of published Indo-Greek coins and bibliography. 3. Literary sources. 4. Indo-Greek inscriptions. 5. Design of Indo-Greek silver coins. 6. Hoards of Indo-Greek, Indo-scythian parthian and Sassanian coins. 7. A new hoard of Indo-Greek coins. 8.

    Mitchiner IG = Michael Mitchiner, Indo-Greek and Indo-Scythian Coinage, 9 volumes, London () de Morgan MNO = Jacques de Morgan, Manuel de Numismatique Orientale de L'Antiquite et du Moyen Age, Obol International, Chicago ( ()) Rapson = E. J. Rapson, Indian Coins, Indological Book House, India (). INDO-GREEK AND INDO-SCYTHIAN COINAGE. VOLUMES London: Hawkins Publications, Nine volumes, complete. 4to, original printed card covers. pages; maps, tables and numerous coin illustrations throughout. Fine or nearly so. A standard reference and the most extensive work ever published on the topic, listing o coins.

    Indo-Greek and Indo-Scythian Coinage, Volume 2: The Apogee of Indo-Greeks; circa - BC by Mic.. £ Add to Cart.   Some of the earliest Greek coinage struck in Baktria is attributed to the mint of Ai Khanoum, a “lost city” rediscovered only in [2]. Gold staters and Author: Mike Markowitz.


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Coins, Indo-Scythian; Coins, Scythian; Bibliographic references Includes bibliographies. Contents v. The early Indo-Greeks and their antecedants, Alexander the Great, the satraps of Egypt, Babylon, Ecbatana, Bactra and Kapisa, the Seleucids, circa to BCv. The apogee of the Indo-Greeks, circa to BCv.

Indo-Greek, Indo-Scythian and Indo-Parthian coins in the Smithsonian Institution. Washington: National Numismatic Collection, Smithsonian Institution, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Osmund Bopearachchi; Smithsonian Institution.; National Numismatic Collection (U.S.). Indo-Greek and Indo-Scythian Coinage: The Indo-Scythians and Indo-Parthians Pt.

2 (Book) Book Details. ISBN. Title. Indo-Greek and Indo-Scythian Coinage: The Indo-Scythians and Indo-Parthians Pt. Author. Mitchiner, Michael. Publisher.

Hawkins Publications. Publication Date. Glenn () ‘Graeco-Bactrian and Indo-Greek Coins: A Bibliography of the Numismatics of the Hellenistic Far East’. 5 Achaemenids to the eighth century AD.

Cribb’s analysis is framed in his concept of a ‘coinage tradition’, which allows the numismatic evidence to be studied in a grounded Size: KB. INDO-GREEK DYNASTY, Greco-Bactrian kings who ruled over the region south of the Hindu Kush in the second and first century B.C.E.

Alexander of Macedon’s conquest of the Achaemenid satrapies of Bactria and Sogdia in Central Asia and the Indian territories south of the Hindu Kush (Hendukosh) plunged these regions into a political upheaval with far-reaching consequences.

The art of Indo Greek coinage was not followed blindly by the Scythians, instead several new iconographic traits were introduced. The impact of steppe nomadic Scythian art, in which animal forms served as important motifs is seen.

Scythian coins clearly depict the amalgamation of Hellenistic (Bactrian), Parthian (Iranian), nomadic (Indo-Scythian) and also Mathura School of Art. Indo-Greek and Indo-Scythian Coinage: Decline of the Indo-Scythians, etc v.

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INDO-SCYTHIAN DYNASTY from Maues, the first (Indo-)Scythian king of India (ca. BCE) to the mid-1st century precisely and under what circumstances Maues arrived in India is uncertain, but the expulsion of the Scythian (Saka/Sai) peoples from Central Asia is referred to in the Han Shu, where the cause given is their confrontation with the Ta Yüeh-chih, themselves undergoing an.

Indo-Scythian Kingdom, Azes II, c. 35 B.C. - c. 5 A.D. WA Silver tetradrachm, Senior T (same obverse die), Mitchiner IGIS vol. 6, d; Fröhlich, ser var.

(different obverse letter), HGC 12gVF, weight g, maximum diameter mm, die axis o, North Eastern Province mint, 20 - 1 B.C.; obverse BAΣIΛEΩΣ BAΣIΛEΩN MAΓAΛOY AZOY, king on horseback. Ancient Coinage of Indo Scythians [MIG of Azes I] The Indo-Scythian Kingdom of Baktria and Northern India, ca 85 BC - 10 AD.

Baktria, Indo-Scythian Kings, Azes I. ca 's BC. AE 26mm x 24mm. King on camel right, holding ankus / Zebu bull standing right; monogram below. Alram Text: BMC Azes II AR Drachm, gr, mm.

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5 has 1 available. A second section holds coins of the Hellenistic kingdoms and their succesors in a mixed chrono-geographical order going west to east: Macedon – Ptolemaic – Seleucid - smaller eastern kingdoms (Cappadocia, Pontus, etc.) – Greco-Bactrian – Indo–Greek – Indo–Scythian –.

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Indo-Greek and Indo-Scythian Coinage, Volume 3: The Decline of the Indo-Greeks by Michael Mitchiner it was amazing avg rating — 2 ratings — published Indo-Scythian coinage is generally quite realistic, artistically somewhere between Indo-Greek and Kushan coinage.

It is often suggested Indo-Scythian coinage benefited from the help of Greek celators (Boppearachchi). Indo-Scythian coins essentially continue the Indo-Greek tradition, bu using the Greek language on the obverse and the Kharoshthi.Indo-Greek Chronology c BCE.