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Minting of Coins in Ancient Karnataka

Title:Minting of Coins in Ancient Karnataka
Author:Kumarswamy K.S
Publication:Itihasa Darshana / Karnataka Itihasa Academy (R) Bangalore
Enumeration:Vol 7, 1992
Abstract:A mint was called `Kammata`.Private persons too minted coins, but under State supervision.Rich persons entered into a contract with the State and minted coins. The actual work was done by the Panchalas. An honest mint man was conferred with the title.

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