PERSIA COINS

Persian coins

 

 

Darius I 549-485 BC

Nr: 1

Persia-Darius the Great

Lydia and the persian Royal coinage, Darios I - Siglos, The great king right, rev. rectangular punch with plain incuse impression.

 

 

 

Darirs I 549-485

Nr: 2

Persia-Darius the Great

Lydia and the persian Royal

coinage, Darios I - Siglos, The great king right, rev. rectangular punch with plain incuse impression (5.6 g) - Sear 4682

 

 

 

Arsaces I 247-211 BC

 

 

Coin of Arsaces I. The reverse shows a seated archer carrying a bow. A Greek inscription on the right reads [] (from the outside). The inscription below the bow is in Aramaic.

 

Arsaces II 211-191 BC

 

Phriapatius 191-176 BC

 

Phraates I 176-171 BC

 

Mithradates I 171-138 BC

 

Phraates II 138-127 BC

 

Artabanus I 127-123 BC

 

Mithradates II 123-88 BC

 

Gotarzes I ca 90-80 BC

 

Orodes I 87-77 BC

 

Sinatruces 77-70 BC

 

Phraates III 70-57 BC

 

Darius king of Media ca 70 BC

 

Mithradates III 57-54 BC

 

Orodes II 57-38 BC

 

Pacorus I 39  BC

 

Phraates IV 38-2 BC

 

Tiridates I 27 BC

 

Phraataces 2 BC-AD 4

 

Orodes III Ca 6 AD

 

Vonones I 8-12 AD

 

Artabanus II 10-38 AD

 

Vardanes I 40-45 AD

 

Gotarzes II 40-51 AD

 

Vonones II 51AD

 

Vologases I 51-78 AD

 

Vardanes II 55-58 AD

 

Vologases II 77-80 AD

 

Pacorus II 78-105 AD

 

Artabanus III 80-81 AD

 

Vologases III 105-147 AD

 

Osroes I 109-129 AD

 

Parthamaspates 116 AD

 

Mithradates IV 140 AD

 

Vologases IV 147-191 AD

 

Osroes II 190 AD

 

Vologases V 191-208 AD

 

Vologases VI 208 -228 AD

 

Artabanus IV 216-224 AD

 

 

 

Sasanian Empire

 

Ardeshir I 226-241 AD

 

Shapur I 241-272 AD


 

 

Dirham-shapor I

 

 

Hormazd I 272-273 AD

 

 

 

 

Varahan I 273-276 AD

 

 

Diram- Varham I

 

 

 

 

Varahan II 276-293 AD

 

Varahan III 283 AD

 

Narseh 293-303 AD

 

Hormazd II 303-309 AD

 

Shapur II 309-379 AD

 

Ardeshir 379-383 AD

 

Shapur III 383-388 AD

 

Varahran IV 388-399 AD

 

Yazdegard I 399-420 AD

 

Varahran V 420-438 AD

 

Yazdegard II 438-457 AD

 

Hormazd III 457 AD

 

Peroz 457-484 AD

 

Valkash 484-488 AD

 

Kavad I 488-497: 499-531AD

 

Nr:2

 

 

Slv dirham

Kavad I 

r: 499-532 AD

Vejet: 4 g

Diameter: Max 29 mm

 

 

 

Zamasp 497-499 AD

 

Khusru I 531-579 AD

 

Hormazd IV 579-590 AD

 

Nr: 1

 

 

Slv dirham

Hormazd IV 

r: 579-590 AD

Vejet: 4,2 g

Diameter: Max 29,2 mm

 

 

 

 

Khusru II 590-628 AD

 

Nr: 3

 

Slv dirham

Dirham -Khusru II

r: 590-628 AD

Vejet: 4,08 g

Diameter: Max 30,2 mm

 

 

Nr: 4

 

 

Slv dirham

Dirham -Khusru II

r: 590-628 AD

Vejet: 4,14 g

Diameter: Max 31,2 mm

 

 

Varahran VI 590-591 AD

 

Vistahm 590-596 AD

 

Kavad II 627-628 AD

 

Ardeshir III 628-630 AD

 

 

 

 

Khusru III 630 AD

 

Boran 630-631 AD

 

Azarmidukht 631 AD

 

Hormazd V 631-632 AD

 

Khusru IV 632 AD

 

Khusru V 631/2-632/3 AD

 

Yazdegard III 632-651 AD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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