Thanks for the post Peter.

There is something a little tricky about the dots on such coins. If the horizontal boat-like line is written without any dots, it is "b", with one dot above, is "n", with two above "th", with three above, "sh", with one dot below, "p", two dots below,"ya" and so on....! So it means a great lot in a dot, but as you well brought out, engravers are likely to make errors with their numbers. And ultimately we the poor numismatists fall prey to it!

Here in this ruler's context, we know his name as Giyaz, most of the coins show two dots and so read as Giyath and this particular one needs to be read as Giyash!! I was only bringing out a very interesting feature on that particular coin that is of interest to numismatists (but not the least to engravers of course). Thank you.