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. It is near the Afghanistan city of Jellalabad. 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.
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- "Documents Epigraphiques Kushans" G. Fussman
A coin of the Roman Emperor Trajan, found together with coins of Kanishka, at Ahin Posh.
The golden amulet which contained coins of Kanishka, especially the "Buddha" coin.
Coin of Kanishka, with depiction of the Buddha, Ahin Posh.
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