Two tamghas // Sogdian legend prykk MLK (?). 21mm, 2.23 grams. Smirnova 436; cf.Zeno 53716.
Different opinions exist about this type. Smirnova called these coins "imitations" of Gurak´s coins (legend: `wr`kk MLK`). She recorded two types, struck and cast.
Akhunbabaev red the legend: `prykk MLK`, Afrig Ikhshid, and attributed them to Divashtish, ruler of Penjikent. The tamgha is the same as Tukaspadak´s and Tarkhun´s and differing from the tamgha of Gurak.
Ikhshids were the princely title of the rulers of Soghd and the Ferghana Valley in Transoxiana during the pre-Islamic and early Islamic periods. The title is of Iranian origin; scholars have derived it variously from the root khshaeta, "shining, brilliant", or from khshāyathiya, "ruler, king" (which is also the origin of the title shah)