Roman-era gold coin found in Panigiri
HYDERABAD: During the excavation at Panigiri, a Buddhist site in Tirumalagiri mandal in Nalgonda district, a Roman gold coin weighing 7.3 grams issued by the VII th Roman king Nerve Ceaser (96-98 AD) was recovered few days ago
Roman-era gold coin found in Panigiri | Panigiri | Buddhist | Indian Express“So far 60 lead coins of the Satavahana and Ikshvaku dynasties were recovered. The fact that a gold coin of Roman king Nerve (1st Century A.D) was unearthed indicates the fact that there was a brisk trade between the Telugus and the Roman empire. It was also for the first time that a Roman gold coin was recovered from a Buddhist site in Andhra Pradesh,’’ Chenna Reddy said
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