Sunday, 22 January 2017

COMPARISON OF VARIOUS ANCIENT COIN INSCRIPTIONS writen in Slavic grammar



OV or OY extensions on coins mean HIS.
Today this form exist in Slavic family names and it comes second including fathers name; father Leon, son Ivan; his name will be Ivan Leonov plus family name of previous ancestor,
probably first name indicating a tribe.
Word Coin or Koine comes from Slavic word KOVAN metal.
Anything made in metal including coins is Kovano so that metal coins are always called in general kovan-ice (ice is deminutiv)
Kaleno is other word that is used in process of metal work but it means going trough fire - Kaliti.
Kal is Clay, also mud which indicates that burning of metal was done in ceramic ovens made of clay.


Illyrian coins FROM KING BALLAOV

BALLAIOY

BALLAOV



Dmitry Donskoy coins 14th century, Russian coin

 
LYZIMAXOY Bazileos
Thrakian King



FILIPPOY


ALC?ANDROV
NOTE; C is S, way before "Kirils" alphabet for Slavic people.


DIMITRIOY
Lydian coin


ZELEYKOY
Seleukid King Seleukos I Nikator



Vasilel Gaookleoy











Antiochus Grippus Coin
ANTIOYOY EPIFANOV



MENANDROY

Indo-Macedonian king Menander (=Milinda) (r.c.160-130),
bilingual  Macedonian - Kharoshthi, also known as Gandhari

Ptolemaic Arsinöe II AV Oktadrachm. Alexandria under Ptolemy II, 253-246 BC.
Q to left
ARSINOHS FILADELFOY






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