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Light toning little uneven obverse side, good reverse strike

Light toning little uneven obverse side, good reverse strike Reverse

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A collectable silver Drachm of king Khursu II of the Sasanian Empire struck between the years AD 590 to AD 628. The obverse features the side facing bust of the king, with the reverse showing the Zoroastrian fire pit with two attendants. The Sasanian empire (middle Persia) lasted some four centuries from AD 224-AD 651 with Khursu II being infamous for taking the “true cross” from Jerusalem.
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Facing bust of Khosru II, head right wearing winged crown with star and crescent.


Zoroastrian fire alter with two attendants wearing head dresses, within a triple rim of beads, and four crescent and stars at the edges..


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