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Quality scarce bronze kavanahu of Parakrama Bahu II (1236-1271), Singhalese Kingdom of Sri Lanka

Quality scarce bronze kavanahu of Parakrama Bahu II (1236-1271), Singhalese Kingdom of Sri Lanka

Seated king, SRI PARAKRAMA BAHU in Brahmi in two vertical lines in the left field / King standing, small altar in the left field, various dots and decorations in fields. 21mm, 4.28 grams. Mitchiner NIS 845-847.

Parakrama Bahu II was the Sighalese ruler of the southern portion of Sri-Lanka who reconquered the northern part of the island from the South Indian Cholas in 1170 AD.

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