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Coins of the Sh́ahs of Persia, Safavis, Afgh́ans, Edsh́aris, Zands and Ḱaj́ars

British Museum. Department of Coins and Medals.

Coins of the Sh́ahs of Persia, Safavis, Afgh́ans, Edsh́aris, Zands and Ḱaj́ars

by British Museum. Department of Coins and Medals.

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Published by British Museum in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Iran -- Numismatics

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby R.S. Poole.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxcvi, 336 p. 24 pl.
    Number of Pages336
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14790007M

    Iran Ghajar/Pahlavi order of Science and Art Knight badge in GOLD and enamel with high relief lion, rare type and superb condition SOLD o Iran Persia Pahlavi Order of Homayoun Grand Cross Set, AN EXTRMELY RARE FIRST TYPE, REZA SHAH ERA. Complete set with the very old darker colored sash, both the badge and the star are silver, gold, gilt and enamelled. He deliberately diverges from Seleucid coins to emphasize his nationalistic and royal aspirations, and he calls himself Karny/Karny (Greek Autocratos), a title already borne by Achaemenid supreme generals, such as Cyrus the Younger (see for details M. T. Abgarians and D. G. Sellwood, "A Hoard of Early Parthian Drachms," NC, , pp. ff.).

    Persia of Nadir and Zands Persia Under Qajars Bábis and Bahá'u'lláh. This chapter has been published in the book Middle East & Africa to For ordering information, please click here. Wahhabis and Saudi Arabia. Muhammad ibn 'Abd al-Wahhab was born at 'Uyayna in , the son of a judge (qadi). Coins, Banknotes: on Iran: Coin Catalog of Iran, from Numismaticon; search Coin Archives for Persia, Iran; Numismatic Collections of Coins - Iran, bilingual Russian-English site World Coin Gallery British Museum, The coins of the shahs of Persia, Safavis, Afghans, Efsharis, Zands, and Kajars (), posted on Internet Archive.

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This book is entirely based upon the unpublished materials in the archives of the Dutch East Indies Company (VOC), and, in addition to the unabridged translation of the Diary of the Siege of Isfahan, it is a summary of all available information in those archives on the political and military situation in Iran between and Author: W Floor.

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Soleiman I. a.d. = a.h. Chardin, who visited Persia under Soleiman I, describes the silver money as having been the shahi, equal to sols, the mahmudi equal to 9 sols, and its double the abbasi, thus equal to 18 sols, or *54 grains.

This does not tally with the evidence of the coins, which.