Coins from Maski Excavations (1935-36 to 1942-43)

This book describes in detail the historical significance and specialty of coinage of Maski , a site near present day Raichurin northern Karnataka in South India. An important archaeological as well as anthropological site, Maski was ruled by various Indian dynasties like Western Kshatrapas, Ikshvakus, Delhi Sultans, Bahamanis and their other successive states, Marathas, Qutub Shahis and Mughals. Initially it got Punch marked coins and uninscribed cast copper coins from regions of Karimnagar and Gulbarga etc., and then later, coinage of Western Kshatrapas and the Deccan Sultanates.

Published Year: 2017.

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