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cn coin 18675

Connected to Type
CN Type 19481 🔍
Mint
Samothrake 🔍
Region: Thrace
Typology
Date
c. 168-150 BC
Hellenistic Period  🔍
Obverse
Design
Head of Athena, right, wearing Corinthian helmet.
Reverse
Legend
Legend reverse ΣΑΜΟ - ΜΗΤΡΩΝΑ
Design
Cybele enthroned left, wearing a polos, holding patera in outstretched right hand and pelleted sceptre in left arm.
Symbol
lion seated, left (position: Beneath throne)
Persons
Magistrate
Metronax 🔍
Metrology
Denomination
didrachm 🔍
Material
silver  🔍
Diameter
24 mm
Weight
8.13 g
Axis
12
Owner
Münzkabinett Berlin, Berlin, de  
Owner Inventory No.: 18247057
Provenience: 1905/1407 - Vorbesitzer Fredrich
Findspot
Samothrake, gr [gr]
Literature
nr. 992 
Hoover and Ashton, Handbook of Coins of the Islands: Adriatic, Ionian, Thracian, Aegean and Carpathian Seas (Excluding Crete and Cyprus): Sixth to First Centuries BC, Lancaster 2010 p. 73, nr. 315 
Poole, BMC. Catalogue of Greek coins: the Tauric Chersonese, Sarmatia, Dacia, Moesia, Thrace, &c., Bologna 1979 p. 215, nr. 1 
Cite this record:
cn coin 18675, in: Corpus Nummorum, https://www.corpus-nummorum.eu/CN_18675 [Last downloaded: 2022/07/06]
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