Bronze fals of Nasr II (914-943), Bukhara mint, 305 AH, Samanids in Central Asia

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Normal arabic inscriptions on both sides, including Kalima, mint and date (305 AH = 917 AD). Mint of Nawkat Ilaq. 25.5mm, 2.00 grams. Album 1452.

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Nasr ibn Ahmad or Nasr II, nicknamed "the Fortunate", was the ruler (amir) of Transoxiana and Khurasan as the head of the Samanid dynasty from 914 to 943. His reign marked the high point of the Samanid dynasty's fortunes. He was the son of Ahmad ibn Isma’il.


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