|Country||Post-Hunnic dynasties of Kashmir (Northern Dynasties)|
|Type||Standard circulation coin|
|Value||1 Stater (1)|
|Currency||Kashmir (pre-1346) - Stater|
Alexander Cunningham; 1843. The Ancient Coinage of Kashmir : with Chronological and Historical Notes, from the Commencement of the Christian Era to the Conquest of the Country by the Moguls. The Numismatic Chronicle and Journal of the Numismatic Society, London, United Kingdom.
Enthroned Ardoxsho facing. King's Name in Nagari legend on either side of Ardoxho.
Lettering: Di / Kshema
Lettering: Gupta (out of flan)
Translation: King standing(??)
Kshema Gupta shortly after his accession married Didda with whom he was so infatuated that he added her name to his own and called himself Didda Kshema which is contracted on the coins to Di Kshema. The coins with this name are extremely common but the single name coin is unique.
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