Precioso tetra de la Republica de Yaudheya (India). Me encantan estas piezas.
India, Yaudheya Republic, Rohtak mint, c. 3rd Century AD
24mm. 11.38 gm
obv: Brahmi Yaudheya Ganasya Jaya. Karttikeys standing facing, holding scepter; peacock at right. Word Dvi ("two") added at end of legend.
rev: Female goddess standing left with hand on hip; lotus and nandipada in field.
Struck 3rd Century A.D. at Rohtak mint
" As Kushan influence waned in the Ganges Valley, the Yaudheyas and other local/ tribal entities established their own states. The Yaudheya Republic was centered on Rohtak, northwest of Delhi. By the mid-3rd century, the Yaudheyas controlled and extensive territory served by three parallel issues of coinage, likely corresponding to three administrative areas. The present coin is designated "two"."
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