VF Sardes Lydia AE14 133 BC-14 AD Herakles Head / Kantharos ex CNG

Ancient Coins - VF Sardes Lydia AE14 133 BC-14 AD Herakles Head / Kantharos ex CNG
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Sardes, Lydia, c. 133 B.C. - 14 A.D.
 
GP89325. Bronze AE 14, Johnston Sardis 229 corr. (lower left monogram), SNG Cop 469 var. (monograms), SNG Ashmolean -, VF, black patina, earthen deposits, scratches, reverse off center, 3.210g, 14.2mm, 0o, Sardes (Sart, Turkey) mint, head of Herakles right, wearing Nemean lion-scalp headdress knotted at neck; reverse kantharos, monograms flanking base, ΣAP∆I-ANΩN divided in two downward lines starting on the right; ex CNG e-auction 403 (9 Aug 2017), lot 198; scarce
 
Sardis was the capital of the Kingdom of Lydia, an important city of the Persian Empire, a Roman proconsul seat, and in later Roman and Byzantine times the metropolis of the province Lydia. In the Book of Revelation, Sardis, one of the Seven Churches of Asia, is admonished to be watchful and to strengthen since their works haven't been perfect before God. (Revelation 3:1-6).
价格 品种: GP89325
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