Early medieval coin types of northern india by gopal lallanji publication date 1966 topics coins indic publisher varanasi numismatic society of india collection getty americana digitizing sponsor getty research institute contributor getty research institute language english. Note citations are based on reference standards however formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study the specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher classroom teacher institution or organization should be applied. northern black polished ware 700 200 bc pradyota dynasty 799 684 bc punch marked coins were a type of early coinage of india dating to between about the 6th and 2nd centuries bce and it reappears in medieval india on the coins of numerous hindu kingdoms until the 14th century ce coins of kanishka and huvishka 100 ce . Indian coins of the early medieval period in northern india were of varied kinds chiefly of silver copper plated or those which were only washed wi th silver only one gold coin was. Coins of early medieval india suggest that there was a fairly logical reconstruction of the monetary systems during the five centuries from ad 750 to ad 1250 a few superficially uniform coin types comprised monetary systems startling in their complexity and diversity
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