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The Chronicles of the Pathan Kings of Delhi

Edward Thomas (Author)
Synopsis The Chronicles, last published in 1871, had long gone out of print, much to the inconvenience of the scholars and serious students of mediaeval Indian History. The Chronicles has always been regarded as the starting point for the study of the coins of the Sultans of Delhi. It describes, besides the contemporary coinage in other parts of India, some 320 coins of the Sultans of Delhi. In this classic work the author has discussed the metrology of the coins, of higher and lower denominations, and also the gold and silver and copper ratios that prevailed in India during the Mediaeval period. The present re-print issue of Chronicles has been further enriched by the addition of the author’s another work, The Revenue Resources of the Mughal Empire which had been out of print from a considerable period of time. The observations of the author on various aspects at once makes it an useful work for the study of Numismatic as well as Economic history of Mediaeval India.
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Title The Chronicles of the Pathan Kings of Delhi
Author Edward Thomas
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1967
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8121503605
length xxiv+522p.
Subjects History