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Stratum plus. 2017. No6

R. Yu. Reva (Novosibirsk, Russian Federation), A. O. Bragin (Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation)

Syrdarya Hoard of the End of 14th Century (part 2)




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Pages: 171-189


The authors offer an analysis of the second part of the exclusive hoard of Jochid silver dangs dated by the late 14th century and found in the southern province of Kazakhstan. The analysis allowed distinguishing new rulers: Tuqatimurid Kukig-Khan and Shibanid Khizr II-Khan, as well as their mint centers: Saray Jadid and Gulistan-Syghnaq. By numismatic data, a few representatives of different Jochid dynasty branches were fighting between them for power over Syghnaq Vilayet of Ulus Jochi in 781—784. Khizr II used the mint from Gulistan-Syghnaq, Kukig minted in Saray Jadid, Kunche in Uzgend and Beled — in Syghnaq. The rulers of Syghnaq used to mint some anonymous coins while waiting for the outcome of the feud in 783, but soon they had to accept Kuncha’s rule.


Keywords: Aral Sea region, Golden Horde, Tuqatimurid, Shibanid, Kuncha-khan, Toqtamish, Khizr II-khan, Kukig, Syghnaq, dang, medieval oriental numismatics, monetary circulation, coin legends, hoard


Information about authors:

Roman Reva
(Novosibirsk, Russian Federation). Institute of History named after Sh. Marjani of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Tatarstan. Baturin St., 7, Kazan, 420014, Republic of Tatarstan, Russian Federation
E-mail: [email protected]
Andrey Bragin (Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation). Institute of History named after Sh. Marjani of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Tatarstan. Baturin St., 7, Kazan, 420014, Republic of Tatarstan, Russian Federation
E-mail: [email protected]

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