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ANCIENT INDIA AD 700-750
LARGEST COIN SIZE 21 X 19X 6 MM
PARCEL OF THREE AS PER PICTURE
CONDITION WORN - FAIR
WEIGHT 156 CARATS
By 712 AD, the Muslims crossed the desert of Southern Iran and established a first Emirate there. Governors of the Caliphate (Umayyad until 750 AD, Abbasid after) ruled the region until it was conquered by other Muslims coming from the North. These were not anymore Arabs but Turks: the Ghaznavids.
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