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Offline capnbirdseye

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Identified by S.Album on zeno as: early Ilkhan, Qa'an al-'Adil series, AR dirham, hexagram obverse, Tabriz mint, AH6xx (struck in 643, then 650-671, mainly at tabriz), A-2132.  2.37g

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"Well, since this type was struck in 643 and since 650, so well before establishing the Ilkhanid dynasty in 654 by Hulagu. Neither there is any reference to the Ilkhan, just to supreme Mongol ruler, i.e. khaqan."

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Re: Great Mongols (Chingizid), Qa'an al-adil, AR Dirham, Tabriz
« Reply #1 on: March 21, 2019, 08:55:18 PM »
Dear Vic, there are 8 type of different qaan al-'adil dirhams that is minted in the reign of Abaqa Khan (AH 663-668 / 1265-1282 AD). This is type 4 minted in " Tabriz تبريز ". Kalima inside square with a flower above the word " Muhammad محمد  ". Mint is on top side of the square (Second Photo).
Date is 67x AH round the sides of the square, bottom " Sabeen سبعين ", right side " Sit mia ستمائة ", left side not visible.
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Re: Great Mongols (Chingizid), Qa'an al-adil, AR Dirham, Tabriz
« Reply #2 on: March 21, 2019, 09:02:44 PM »
Thank you Maythem,  perhaps the zeno entry by SMA should have read as pre Ilkhanid
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Re: Great Mongols (Chingizid), Qa'an al-adil, AR Dirham, Tabriz
« Reply #3 on: March 21, 2019, 09:51:22 PM »
Dear Vic, Abaqa Khan was the second Mongol ruler (Ilkhan) of the Ilkhanate. The son of Hulagu Khan and Lady Yesünčin, he reigned from 1265 to 1282 AD and was succeeded by his brother Tekuder.

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