c. 106–149 AD
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Diameter: 2.2 cm (7/8 in.)
Anonymous Gift 1999.227.b
This gold coin represents the reign of the Kushana ruler, Havishka. The coin bears a portrait of the ruler on the obverse and various deities on the reverse. It is identified by inscriptions in Kharosthi, the language used in northwestern India during the Kushan period.
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