Miletos Ionia c. 350-300 BC Apollo / Lion Star 3.987g Bronze

Ancient Coins - Miletos Ionia c. 350-300 BC Apollo / Lion Star 3.987g Bronze
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Miletos, Ionia, c. 313 - 290 B.C.
 
GB88993. Bronze AE 17, Deppert-Lippitz 375 - 377; BMC Ionia p. 196, 121 var. (magistrate), SNG Cop 974 var. (same), VF, dark patina, scattered porosity, scattered earthen deposits, 3.987g, 17.1mm, 0o, Miletos (near Balat, Turkey) mint, laureate head of Apollo right; reverse lion standing right, looking back at star above, BATTAPOΣ (magistrate) in exergue; ex Munz Zentrum Rheinland; rare
 
Miletos was an ancient Greek city on the western coast of Anatolia, near the mouth of the Maeander River. Miletos, along with most of Anatolia, was taken from Persia by Alexander the Great in 334 B.C. Miletos' greatest wealth and splendor was reached during the Hellenistic era and Roman times. Its ruins are located near the modern town of Balat in Aydin Province, Turkey. The symbols found on coins of Miletos include the lion, a star, and Apollo. The star may represent the Sun in association with Apollo.`Miletus
价格 品种: GB88993
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利率: 04/09/20

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