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Ahin Posh
Ahin Posh Stupa.jpg
Ahin Posh Stupa.
Shown within Pakistan
Basic information
Location Pakistan
Geographic coordinates 33°45′46″N 70°58′56″E / 33.762778°N 70.982222°E / 33.762778; 70.982222
Affiliation Buddhism
Region Gandhara
Year consecrated 2nd century CE
Ecclesiastical or organizational status Stupa ruins
Status Artifacts removed

Ahan Posh or Ahan Posh Tape (Persian: Iron covered place) is an ancient archaeological site in Orakzai in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas of Pakistan.

A relic deposit was found in the ruins of the Buddhist monastery at Ahin Posh. The deposit included a Gandharan golden amulet inset with garnets, in which coins of the Kushan king Kanishka were found together with a gold coin of the Roman emperor Trajan and empress Sabina (which were minted between 128-137 AD). This deposit now forms part of the collections of the British Museum.[1][2]

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References

  • "Documents Epigraphiques Kushans" G. Fussman


This page was last edited on 26 October 2018, at 06:23
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