|Emetteur||Empire Sassanide (Perse)|
|Valeur||AR Drachm (1/12)|
|Devise||Drachme (224 à 651)|
Robert Göbl; 1968. Sasanidische Numismatik. Klinkhardt und Biermann, Brunswick, Germany.SNS Schaaf# 555-559-576,
Nikolaus Schindel; 2014. Sylloge Nummorum Sasanidarum : The Schaaf Collection - 2014. Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Vienna, Austria.Val Sn# 44
William H. Valentine; 1921. Sassanian Coins. Spink & Son, London, United Kingdom.
A bust of king facing right. He wears a three-toothed crown with a crescent in front. The horn of crescent turn upwards. There are six-pointed stars above the crescent and back teeth. On the high crown there is a vertical bar with a fixed crescent onit, and within it is a globe, which seems to be formed from a separate tongue of flame. The bar is covered by small ribbons placed along the pointed rim. A crescent with a globe protudes from the rim. The diadem consist of two rows of points. There is a hairglobe on the nape of the king's neck. He wears earrings marked by points, a necklace with a pendant, and dress ornaments. There is a crescent above each shoulder. From behind the shoulders the ends of a fluttering ribbon can be seen. There is a crescent behind the rim symmetrically on two sides and below.
In the center there is a fire-altar, narrowing in the middle and broadening downwards and upwardsby three steps. The narrow part is decorated by ribbon whose ends rise upwards. On the fire-altar there is a blazing fire. To the left of the fire is a six-pointed star, to the right a crescent. On two sides of the fire-altar there are attendants standing facing the viewer and leaning with their hands on their swords. Above each guard's shoulder the end of a ribbon can be seen, close to the rim. The field of the coin is borded by pointed rim.
|ND (530-578)||(en) W. H. Valentine#44|
|ND (531-578) AH||(en) SNS# 555 (Type II/1 4.05 g.) Hamadan / Ahmadan Media|
|ND (531-578) AS||(en) SNS# 559 (Type II/1 4.00 g.) Isfahan "Aspahan" Asur|
|ND (531-578) WH||(en) SNS# 576 (Type II/1 4.10 g.) Veh-Ardashir (Seleucia) Iraq|
|ND (531-579)||(en) Göbl# II/1|
|ND (531-579) DA||(en) Darabgerd Fars|
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