Portrait of Khosru II “the victorious king”, like Khursu I, but within a crescent, on which there is a six-pointed star fixed on the vertical bar; two wings are fixed to the bar going out from the rim, like a crescent with a star. The field of the coinis bordered by two pointed rims, and there is a crescent with a star behind them symmetrically on two sides and below.
Pahlavi legend “Brave” in the margin at the right
Zoroastrian fire altar, an “atasdan” with a capitellum and plates, near which two attendants wearing high headdresses stand facing ahead, are in the hunts, with a crescent with its ends pointing upwards. The narrow part of the “atasdan” is covered by ribbons. To the left of the fire there is a star, and to the right a crescent. There is a triple rim around the picture with four crescents and stars.
Pahlavi legend: to the left – the year of his reign; to the right – the mint.
Locale: Indo Sassanian/Persian Empire
Reign: Xusro II/Khurso II/Khusru II
Regnal Years: 590-628 CE
Denomination: AR Drachm (1/12)
Other_Notes: Very thin hammered coin.
References: Göbl SN# II/3-IIb/3, SNS# 625-627-629-633-636-642-643-652-653-654