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The Shahi dynasties ruled portions of the Kabul Valley and the old province of Gandhara, known as Kabul-shahan, with twin capitals at Kapisa and Kabu, from 3rd century AD to the early 9th century. The coins of the princes commonly called the ‘Hindu Kings of Kabul’ occur in three types, namely, the ‘ bull and horseman’, ‘elephant and lion’, and ‘lion and peacock’. Offered coin is Samanta Deva “Bull & Horseman” Kabul Shahi Bronze Jital (850-1000 AD)
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