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Gold stater of Ganjeya Deva (ca.1015-1041 AD), Kalachuris of Tripuri, Central India

Gold stater of Ganjeya Deva (ca.1015-1041 AD), Kalachuris of Tripuri, Central India

Four-armed Lakshmi seated cross-legged facing / Srimad Ga/Ngeya De/Vah in Nagari in three lines. 18mm, 3.92 grams. Mitchiner NIS 415-416.

The Kalachuris of Tripuri, also known the Kalachuris of Chedi, ruled parts of central India during 7th to 13th centuries. Their core territory included the historical Chedi region (also known as Dahala-mandala), and their capital was located at Tripuri (present-day Tewar near Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh). They minted various coins, including these base-gold coins - these gold staters were usually debased to various degrees, this piece is nicer than the most.

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