عنوان مقاله [English]
After killed Yazdgerd III the last king of Sasanian Empire and Decline Empire, Muslim rulers immediately mintage coins that called Kasravi that named Arab-Sasanian coins by scholars today. Investigation about Arab-Sasanian coins is an important archaeological subject and many scholars published some books and articles about that. This paper critically reviews the book entitled “the A Special Coin, in the Transition period from Sassanid to Islamic”. This book is not a research book in the field of Arab-Sasanian coinage, but a catalog in this field that does not have much value and it does not provide valuable information to the academic and scientific community, and to the general public.
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