Două monede chinezeşti din colecţiile Muzeului „Vasile Pârvan” Bârlad

  • Subiect: "Museum Bârlad. The first coin, inventoried at no. 3103 (Pl. III, 1) is made of brass, size: 23 mm, weight: 4.1 grams and it was issued by Qian Long Emperor (real name Gao Zong) (1736-1795). I situated this coin to type E 22.211, from Hartill 's catalog, and it was issued between 1768-1773. The inscription on the front of most coins that were issued during the Qing Dynasty consists of four characters arranged around the hole, the reading being done in this order: 1. above , 2 down, 3 right and 4 left (Pl. III). The second coin that is the subject of this article, inventory no. 1687 (Pl. III, 2), is made from brass, size: 23.3 mm and weight: 4 grams. It was issued under Emperor Jia Qing (1796-1820), the successor of Qian Long. This second coin I situated to type B2 22.457 from Hartill 's catalog, and it was issued between 1803-1815. In 1796 Qian Long abdicated so that his reign might not be longer than that of his grandfather, Kangxi. He continued to reign under the title of Tai Shang Huangdi (Great Super-Emperor), leaving his successor Jia Qing with only nominal attributes. During the reign of Jia Qing, after the abdication of Qian Long, it have been circulated a coin known as the "shan long" (after the name that continued to reign Qian Long - Tai Shang Huangdi) and it can be identified by the character "long" (Pl. IV, 2) which is slightly different from that of the coins Qian Long. It is more rare than previously issued coins circulated Qian Long and Jia Qing currencies simultaneously.”
  • Limba de redactare: tătară
  • Vezi publicația: Acta Musei Tutovensis: ActaMT
  • Editura: Demiurg
  • Loc publicare: Bârlad
  • Anul publicaţiei: 2015
  • Referinţă bibliografică pentru nr. revistă: XI; anul 2015
  • Paginaţia: 259-266
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