PARCEL THREE ANCIENT LEAD COINS FROM INDIA 130-180 AP JC
OBV HORSE FACING RIGHT
SIZE 24-25 MM AVERAGE
The Andhra or Satavahana were a mixture of aborigine peoples (Dravidians), Scythes (Saka), parts
(Pahlavas) et Greeks (Yavanas). They have had control over Deccan between 200
BC - 250 AC.
A feudatory kingdom in Deccan
plateau was the Chutus of Banavasi.
Less known were the Sebakas, at region of Anantapur, at south-east of Deccan, between the Ith centuty BC - Ith century AC.
Lead coins are a Karshapana.
Minted between 130-180 AC