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bga_529121 - DANUBIAN CELTS - TETRADRACHMS IMITATIONS OF ALEXANDER III AND HIS SUCCESSORS Tétradrachme, imitation du type de Philippe III

DANUBIAN CELTS - TETRADRACHMS IMITATIONS OF ALEXANDER III AND HIS SUCCESSORS Tétradrachme, imitation du type de Philippe III AU
280.00 €приблизительно 25331.60 RUB
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Тип Tétradrachme, imitation du type de Philippe III
Дата: c. IIe siècle AC.
Металл: silver
Диаметр: 28,5 mm
Вес: 14,50 g.
Редкость: R1
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Le droit est totalement dégénéré. Le revers est d’une rare beauté, de style fin et sans usure. Jolie patine grise de collection ancienne
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Аверс: легенда: ANÉPIGRAPHE.
Аверс: описание: Restes de la tête imberbe d’Héraklès à droite, coiffé de la léonté.

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Реверс: легенда: LÉGENDE ILLISIBLE.
Реверс: Описание: Zeus assis à gauche, tenant un aigle de la main droite et un sceptre long de la main gauche ; monogramme dans le champ à gauche et sous le trône.

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Ces monnaies dégénèrent jusqu’à ce que le droit ne soit plus du tout identifiable, laissant la place à une masse en relief, sans aucun motif.

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CELTIC DANUBE - IMITATIONS tetradrachms ALEXANDER III AND ITS SUCCESSORS

(Second - first century BC)

Under this heading are generally grouped all mints that do not have precise attribution. Sometimes the term "Celts of the East" is proposed. After the Celts have plundered Delphi and are widespread in Greece and Asia Minor, they seized a large quantity of booty, with their plunder. Hellenistic kings Diadoques Epigoni or used them as mercenaries in armies where the average wage was normally a gold stater corresponding to five penthouses tetradrachmas or twenty Attic drachmas. Prototypes representing the head of Herakles with Zeus sitting on the back were widely copied and imitated throughout Pontus, northern Macedonia and Thrace. The final phase of counterfeiting occurs at the end of the second century or early first century BC where there are still traits of law and reverse legends and more than a rounded side of a room substantially smooth on both sides.

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