Mystery Plaque, in Lead, from the Lower Danubian Area, or Thrace. Ca. 300 AD

Ancient Coins - Mystery Plaque, in Lead, from the Lower Danubian Area, or Thrace. Ca. 300 AD
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Mystery Plaque, in Lead, from the Lower Danubian Area, or Thrace. Ca. 300 AD.

Square plaque (8.8 x 7.4cm). With round medallion, surrounded by the four directions of the wind. Above, fish and seven stars. Within medallion busts of Sol and Selene flanking small female figure, a tripot to left, lion and an unknown artifact to the right. In the center female figure flanked by the Dioscuri on horseback trampling down lying figures. Left of the Dioscuri animal headed figure with extended right arm. To the right of the Dioscuri a rooster and another bird (below rooster). Below a fallen trophy a ram�s head an oillamp on standard a figure picking an animal from a tree and three pellets. Below the trophy a jug (sacrificial objects). Fantastic condition, about extremely fine.
Price SKU: 3191
450.00
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