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Coin Analyses Shed Light on Medieval State

News   Jun 17, 2020 | Original story from Kazan Federal University

 
Coin Analyses Shed Light on Medieval State

Photographs of the investigated coins of ancient Volga Bulgaria: the Samanid multidirham (a) and the Bulat-Timur dirham (b). For the images of each coin, the corresponding scales are presented. On the photograph of the multidirham, symbols "Ed1", "C", "Ed2", and "Ed3" refer to the parts of the coin for which the neutron-diffraction data were obtained. Credit: Kazan Federal University

 
 
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