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bgr_434893 - THESSALY - LARISSA Trihemiobole

THESSALY - LARISSA Trihemiobole AU
580.00 €приблизительно 39962.00 RUB
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Тип Trihemiobole
Дата: c. 350 AC.
Монетный двор / Город: Larissa, Thessalie
Металл: silver
Диаметр: 12,5 mm
Ориентация осей монеты: 12 h.
Вес: 1,48 g.
Редкость: R2
Комментарии о состоянии
Exemplaire sur un flan ovale centré avec une partie du grènetis visible au droit. Très belle tête de la nymphe Larissa au droit. Cavalier bien venu au revers, un peu court sur la légende. Jolie patine de collection avec des reflets dorés
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Cet exemplaire provient du stock de M. Vosper

Лицевая сторона


Аверс: легенда: ANÉPIGRAPHE.
Аверс: описание: Tête de la nymphe Larissa de trois-quarts de face tournée à gauche, les cheveux retenus par un bandeau (l'ampyx).

Обратная сторона


Реверс: Описание: Cavalier passant à droite.
Реверс: легенда: [LARI]S/AIWN].
Реверс: перевод: (de Larissa).

Комментарий


Les monnaies divisionnaires sont très rares. Nous avons des oboles, des dioboles et des trioboles. Nous n’avons pas de liaison de coin pertinente.

Историческая справка


THESSALIE - LARISSA

(400-344 BC)

Larissa, the most important city of Thessaly, takes its name from one of the daughters of the legendary king Pelasgos. Built on the right bank of Peneios, the city was famous for its horse farms and Thessalos, eponymous hero of the region, rose wild bulls. When Philip II of Macedonia invaded Thessaly in 353 BC, there installation of democratic governments in the protection of Macedonian garrisons responsible to maintain order. He created four districts at the head of which he placed tetrarchs, Simos being the district of Larissa. This organization lasted only eight years since, in 344 BC, Philip II again invaded Thessaly, hunting Simos and incorporates the whole province in the kingdom of Macedonia, ending the mint. For the coinage of Larissa, there are three studies: the article by F. Hermann von Die Silbermünzen Larissa in Thessaly, ZfN. 35 (1925), Article TR Martin, The Chronology of the fourth century BC, Facing Head Silver Coinage of Larissa, MN. 28, 1983 and the article by C. Lorber, The Early Head Facing drachms of Thessalian Larissa, in Florilegium Numismaticum, Studia in Honorem U. Westermark, Stockholm 1992.

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