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Stratum plus. 2017. No6

Yu. V. Zayonchkovskiy (Kharkiv, Ukraine)

Dangs of Jochid Khan Timur Minted in Krym

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Pages: 191-194

Rare silver coins of Jochid khan Timur (812—814 AH/1410 — end of 1411/beginning of 1412 AD), minted in Krym according to its reverse legend, are analyzed, and reconstruction and translation of coins legends is offered. It is established that the obverse dies of these coins were used for minting dangs at the Azaq Mint. Considering that it has not yet been possible to detect the die connection of the analyzed coins with the Crimean emissions of Shadi Beg and Pulad, the weight of the dangs under consideration, which is the lowest among the Azaq silver coins minted by khan Timur, as well as the fact of renovation of the obverse stamp of the published dang, the author comes to the conclusion that the analyzed dangs could be minted in Azaq mint even some time after the death of khan Timur. Also, it is impossible to deny the possibility that these interesting numismatic artefacts were minted by some other mint, where these dies had been transferred to for some reason.

Keywords: Golden Horde, Krym, Azaq, numismatics, dang, Timur khan, coin die

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Yuriy Zayonchkovskiy
(Kharkiv, Ukraine). Kharkiv National University of Construction and Architecture. Sumskaya St., 40, Kharkiv, 61002, Ukraine
E-mail: [email protected]

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