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Quinarius - Tharan Yaub Yuhanim Raydan

Features

Country Himyarite Kingdom
(Southern Arabia)
Type Standard circulation coin
Years 175-215
Value Quinarius
Currency Denarius
Composition Silver (.900)
Weight 1.74 g
Diameter 15 mm
Shape Round
Orientation Coin alignment ↑↓
Demonetized Yes
References CAF# 3.24
Stuart Munro-Hay; 2003. Coinage of Arabia Felix: The Pre-Islamic Coinage of the Yemen. David Brown Book Company.

Obverse

Male head right, within pearled torc ending with arrowhead at bottom left, monogram at left.

Reverse

Small male head right, king's name from bottom left of head to above right of head, sceptre symbol at right, mint mark in exergue.

Lettering:
T’RN Y‘B
RYDN

Translation:
Tha'rān Ya'ūb Yuhan'im
Raydan

Comments

Scyphate coin, struck in Raydan (as of today, Zafar in Yemen). Inscriptions are written in Sabaean script.

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Date VG F VF XF AU UNC
ND (175-215) 

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