A Manual Of Musalman Numismatics Vol VII

A Manual Of Musalman Numismatics Vol VII

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SERIES.works of this series are now for sale af"theTHE followingrooms of the Asiatic AlbemarleHoyal Street,Society, 22,TV. Price 10s. a vols. 10.volume, 9,London, except^I I and of Persian historian Mir2. Part theI, (Yols. II)or 'Garden of translatedKhwand's 'Eauzat-us-Safa/ Purity/Mr. E. and the Moslem Version ofRehatsek,by containingour Bible and the lives of the from Adamstories, prophetsto and other historical matter. 1891 and 1892.Jesus,4. Part II I and of the above,3j (Yols. containingII)a full and detailed life of Muhammad the with anApostle,about his children, secretaries,appendix wives, concubines,etc. 1893.servants,5. Part II of the the lives(Vol. Ill) above, containingc Cof Abu and A1I the immediateBakr, Umar, 'Uthman, Ssuccessors ofMuhammad. 1894.6. The Katha a collection of Jain translatedKosa, stories,from Sanscrit C. H. M.A. 1895.Manuscripts by Tawney,7. BIDDING 0. Bana's Kadambari 1896.(Miss M.).8. COWELL B. and Mr. THOMAS (of(Professor B.) TrinityBana's Harsa Carita. 1897.College, Cambridge).The last MakamatsKL^STEINGASS9. (Dr. F.). twenty-fourof Abu al Kasim al Vol. IISltthammad Hariri, ;formingtranslation of the first Makamats soldChenery's twenty-fourwith it as Vol. T: 1898. Price 15s. a volume..II. GASTKR The Chronicles of or the(Dr.'M.)- Jerahmeel,Hebrew Bible Historiale. A collection of Jewishlegendsand traditions translated from the Hebrew. 1899.12. DAVIDS A Buddhist manual of(Mrs. Rhys). psycho-ethics of the fourth ...

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SERIES. works of this series are now for sale af"theTHE following rooms of the Asiatic AlbemarleHoyal Street,Society, 22, TV. Price 10s. a vols. 10.volume, 9,London, except^ I I and of Persian historian Mir2. Part theI, (Yols. II) or 'Garden of translatedKhwand's 'Eauzat-us-Safa/ Purity/ Mr. E. and the Moslem Version ofRehatsek,by containing our Bible and the lives of the from Adamstories, prophets to and other historical matter. 1891 and 1892.Jesus, 4. Part II I and of the above,3j (Yols. containingII) a full and detailed life of Muhammad the with anApostle, about his children, secretaries,appendix wives, concubines, etc. 1893.servants, 5. Part II of the the lives(Vol. Ill) above, containing c C of Abu and A1I the immediateBakr, Umar, 'Uthman, S successors ofMuhammad. 1894. 6. The Katha a collection of Jain translatedKosa, stories, from Sanscrit C. H. M.A. 1895.Manuscripts by Tawney, 7. BIDDING 0. Bana's Kadambari 1896.(Miss M.). 8. COWELL B. and Mr. THOMAS (of(Professor B.) Trinity Bana's Harsa Carita. 1897.College, Cambridge). The last MakamatsKL^STEINGASS9. (Dr. F.). twenty-four of Abu al Kasim al Vol. IISltthammad Hariri, ;forming translation of the first Makamats soldChenery's twenty-four with it as Vol. T: 1898. Price 15s. a volume. . II. GASTKR The Chronicles of or the(Dr.'M.)- Jerahmeel, Hebrew Bible Historiale. A collection of Jewish legends and traditions translated from the Hebrew. 1899. 12. DAVIDS A Buddhist manual of(Mrs. Rhys). psycho- ethics of the fourth a translation,logical century B.C., being of the Dhamma from the Abhidhamma Pitaka ofSangani the Buddhist Canon. 1900. 13. BEVERIDGE Life and Memoirs of Gulbadan(Mrs. H.). aunt ofAkbar the translated from the Persian.Great,Begum, 1902. With illustrations, In preparation 14. WATTEKS Yuan Travels.(T.). (NearlyChwang's ready.} 15. DAVIDS The Katha Vatthu.(Professor Ehys). 16. Ross theE. ofD.).(Principal History Seljuks. MONOGRAPHS.ASIATIC SOCIETY of thehave been made for the Arrangements publication :following G. Researches onGERINI(1) (Lieut.-Ool. E.). Ptolemy's the Geography. (In Press.) WIXTEBXITZ of Sanskrit MSS.M.).(2) (Dr. Catalogue In the Asiatic with an Royal Society's Library, Mr. F. "W". Thomas. 8vo; xvi,Appendix by pp. 340. or 3s. 6^. to 5s.,(Price members.) HIRSCHFELD K"ew Researches into the(3) (Dr. H.). and of the Qoran.. 4to:Composition Exegesis 155. or 3s. M. to(Price 5s.,pp. members.) STRONG S. The of(4) (Professor A.). Jakmak,'History IbnSultan of 'Arabshlih. the;Egypt by (In Press.) LE STRANGE of Persia -and(5) (Guy), Description in the 1340 theA.:j.,~'fromMesopotamia year Nuzhat-al-Kulub of Hamd-Allah withMustawfi, a of the contents of that work.summary (Price or 3s. 6d. to5&, members.) BROWNE E Chahar (6) (Professor G.). Maqala ("Four of Discourses") Nidhdmi-i-'Arudi-i-Samarqandf. 3s.)(Price CODMNGTON RS.A. A Manual of(0.), M.D.,(7) Musalman Numismatics. 7s.(Price 6rf.) so far asThe above are for sale at the Officeworks, ready, of the : Society ALBE11ARLE W.22, STREET, LONDON, YOL. TIL A MANUAL OF MUSALMAN NUMISMATICS. BY 0, F.S.A.CODRINGTON, M.D, :LONDON PUBLISHED EY THE EOYAL ASIATIC SOCIETY, 22, ALBEMAELE STREET, W. 1904. 1JY STKl'tlKN Al'STIN" ANDI'UtXTKU SONS. PREFACE. is intended for the of those notfTIHIS book who,help like to knowArabic or Persian wouldscholars,being Oriental coins which come inabout thesomething may as as of others who with a oftheir wellway, knowledge these find difficulties in the lettering, arrange-languages are soand of the which oftenments, reading legends, different in these from the of a MS.respects plain writing in andor the of a and the of marksbook,print meanings which to found on coins.are besymbols It in made several innotes,originated during years, " of valuable but now scarce Elementsa that book,copy de la RMusulinane," Soret, Brussels,Numismatique by a from Revue de la1864, Numismafique Beige,reprint ser. tome ii. Considerable from Indiaiv, correspondence and at references made to and thehome, me,personal remembrance of own troubles when to workmy beginning at Oriental coins some in India without muchyears ago aid have me as to what be mostfrgin.books, guided might included in such a Manual as this. usefully The book I' b'e found as one ofwill, useful,hope,' ready to Oriental numismatists in the samereference, generally, as Soret's has been to those who had a of it.way copy thanks are due to Mr. Le and Mr. H.RMy Guy Strange Ainedroz for information the location of some- regarding mint and to the latter also for in Arabictowns, help legends. 0. C. INDEX. EEEATA. on Coins read of Coins.line12, 21, forPage Hafsidiline read Hafsid.17, 6, for UUji .line read31, 9, for U^UjI 15Jb Ujb .last read,, 31, line, for line ci- ,, 39, 1, for 'line,, 41, 17, for line Ghaznawi read Grhaznawid.,, 48, 25, for line read19,51, for Julayhid Sulayhid. line Yaku read Yakub.54, 2, for lines 5 and 15,,, 57, for , line .82, 24, for J^l^ line read91, 18, for Jjs*\ jl line 44 35' read 42 27'.127, 22, for line 67 20' read 68 10'.127, 23, for line read .129, 10, far ^UsrUjjl ^Irsru^jl last line but read129, 4, for Rodgers Rogers. after line 27 insert :133, Allahabad. In Jtf.'W. India.Provinces, ^ / ; 2526 8155 E. DehliK; Emperors. line Siras read Sivas.134, 6, for last line but read,, 134, 1, for Rodgers Rogers. after line 22 insert :,, 149, / InKathia India. 2131Junaghar. war, K; 70 36' E. Dehli LocalEmperors. Rajah. line Bieyal read Diwal.157, 27, for line Morocco Mecca.read,, 160, 13, for ALPHABET. PLATE S. PLATE II. FINALSEPARATED. MEDIAL <^ r, . , O y