1 edition of Seminar papers on the local coins of northern India, c.300 B. C. to 300 A.D. found in the catalog.
Seminar papers on the local coins of northern India, c.300 B. C. to 300 A.D.
by Dept. of Ancient Indian History, Culture and Archaeology, College of Indology, Banaras Hindu University in Varanasi [India]
Written in English
|Statement||Editor: A. K. Narain, assisted by J. P. Singh & Nisar Ahmad.|
|Series||Memoirs of the Dept. of Ancient Indian History, Culture & Archaeology -- no. 2|
|Contributions||Narain, Awadh K., 1925- UNAUTHORIZED, Banaras Hindu University. Dept. of Ancient Indian History, Culture and Archaeology.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 216 p. :|
|Number of Pages||216|
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[Awadh K Narain; Banaras Hindu University. Department of Ancient Indian History, Culture, and Archaeology.;] Seminar Papers on the Local Coins of Northern India c. B.C. to A.D. de Narain, A.K.; Singh, J.P. & Ahmad, Nisar, editors: et d'autres livres, articles d'art As a sequel to the Seminar on Local Coins of Northern India, held earlier by the Department, inthe topic 'Tribal Coins of Ancient India' was taken up for the Seminar coinciding with the conference.
The Seminar on the Tribal Coins of Ancient India was consequently held at Varanasi on in the Library of the Department, in two :// OCLC Number: Notes: Running title: Tribal coins. Papers from the Seminar held at Varanasi on in the Library of the Department of Ancient Indian History, Culture and Archaeology, Banaras Hindu University, as sequel to the Seminar on Local Coins of Northern India, held in Kingdom of Kuninda was an ancient central Himalayan kingdom from around the 2nd century BCE to the 3rd century (or about 1 st century B.C – 4 th century A.D) was located in the modern state of Uttarakhand and southern areas of Himachal in northern Seminar Papers on the Tribal Coins of Ancient India 13 papers p, 6x, hc, Van't Haaff, Anne: Coinages of Saurashtra and Surasena Second volume in the ABATA series on punchmarked coins, deals with two pre-Mauryan kingdoms ca.
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