2 edition of Celtic coins of the Danube region in West Swedish collections found in the catalog.
Celtic coins of the Danube region in West Swedish collections
Katalin B. Sey
|Other titles||Keltiska mynt från Donau-regionen i västsvenska samlingar.|
|Statement||by Katalin Biró-Sey = Keltiska mynt från Donau-regionen i västsvenska samlingar / av Katalin Biró-Sey.|
|Series||Göteborgs numismatiska förenings småskrifter ;, nr. 19|
|LC Classifications||CJ2681 .S49 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 447-498 :|
|Number of Pages||498|
|LC Control Number||91129821|
Celtic Coins and Ancient Tribal Coinage This page offers coins of the Celtic tribes, as well as coins of Iberian, German, Thracian, Paenonian, Illyrian, Dacian, Gaete, and other European tribes. These tribes struck coins from the late 4th century B.C. until the late 1st century B.C. CELTIC, Middle Danube. Uncertain tribe. 2nd century BC. Tetradrachm (Silver, 23 mm, g, 7 h), 'Kreuzelreiter' type. Imitating Philip II of Macedon. Celticized laureate head of Zeus to right. Rev. Celticized horseman to right; above, cross with central pellet. Dembski Flesche -. .
The Vandals were a Germanic people who first inhabited what is now southern established Vandal kingdoms on the Iberian Peninsula, Mediterranean islands, and North Africa in the 5th century.. The Vandals migrated to the area between the lower Oder and Vistula rivers in the 2nd century BC and settled in Silesia from around BC. They are associated with the Przeworsk culture and. In his posthumously published book The Coins of the Ancient Celts, D.F. Allen includes a specimen (no. ) that exhibits the same linear as styling the above coin. Allen describes that coin as a strongly stylized first century BC Celtic coin from the Lake Constance area, which is on the border of Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
Ancient Celtic. "Barbarous" coin imitating a Roman coin of Constantine I the Great ( AD). Struck by the Pannonian Celts, Danube River region. "Celticized" bust right, in helmet and armor, garbled Celtic inscription around / Two Victories standing holding standard, garbled Celtic inscription around. Beautiful glossy olive-green patina. region in the 2nd century horse and its rider are Picasso-esque. (Classical Numismatic Group, Auct Lot ) Figure 8 –The human brain (Source: Wikimedia Commons) Figure 7 – A Celtic coin from the Hessen area in south-west Germany ( BC). The die en -.
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A small hoard of Celtic silver coins from the region of ancient southern Dacia, now southern Romania, reveals two different and interesting characteristics. The first is the apparent use of different designs, catalogued as separate types and series.
DANUBE REGION. West Noricum. 2nd-1st centuries BC. AR tetradrachm (27mm, gm, 6h). NGC Choice VF 4/5 - 3/5. Kugelreiter type. Heavily stylized, laureate, bearded head of Zeus right / Stylized horsewoman left, with long braided hair and horns; Λ-Π before, triskeles below. Lanz de la Tour OTA BM S Books about Celtic Coins Unlike the majority of coin dealers and auctioneers, Chris Rudd is also a book publisher as well as a bookseller.
We write books, publish books and sell books as a service to our clients and to the wider numismatic, archaeological, curatorial and metal detecting community. Celtic Danube Region. AR Tetradrachm Imitating Thasos. ca 1st C. 34mm, g. Head of Dionysos right, wearing ivy wreath, style highly degraded / Legend degraded to dots, Herakles with bulky shoulders and thighs, standing, holding club and lionskin.
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Catalogue of the Celtic Coins in the British Museum With Supplementary Material from Other British Collections. | No Comments. A FIND OF CELTIC COINS.
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These coins were certainly official Celtic issues due to the various over-strikes found on coins of Pella, Thessalonica and Amphipolis, all struck after B.C.
This obviously dates the Serdi Celtic copies to after B.C. Of the 88 coins studied here, all were randomly found in Southwestern Bulgaria, placing the coining area in the Serdi region. Sweden, officially the Kingdom of Sweden, is a Nordic country on the Scandinavian Peninsula in Northern Europe.
It has borders with Norway (west and north) and Finland (northeast). It has been a member of the European Union since January 1, Its capital city is Stockholm. Celtic Danube Region. AR Tetradrachm Imitating Thasos. ca 1st C. 30mm, g. Head of young Dionysos right, wearing ivy wreath / Legend as dots, Herakles stick figure, standing facing, head right, holding club and lionskin.
CCCBM I -; Göbl, OTA Class IV, 8. Text: Goebl IV Celtic Danube Region. Ancient Celtic coins from the diverse tribes across Gaul, Britain, Macedonian Thrace, Germany and central Europe, the Danube region and southeastern Europe, as well as the uncertain tribes which still remain a mystery, but excluding of Ancient.
AD The Roman geographer Pliny the Elder mentions the Sarmatian Venedi, meaning the Venedi who live to the east of the Vistula, all of which is still Sarmatia to the Romans. Germania lies on the western bank of the Vistula. However, as quoted by Marija Gimbutas in The Balts: 'Amber is imported by the Germans into Pannonia, more particularly; from whence the Veneti called by the Greeks Eneti.
Celtic coinage is the most intriguing and varied of all the British coins since no one knows specifically for whom, when or where they were produced.
To date, o of ancient British and Gaulish coins have been discovered in Britain and all of these have been recorded at the Oxford Celtic Coin Index, but.
The early celtic coins were imitations of gold coins of King Philip II of Macedon or Greek city states of Tarentum and Syracuse.
Later, abstract designs of celtic art were used on the coins. There were approximately different Celtic tribes in Europe and most produced coinage. Celtic coins were struck in gold, silver and bronze.
Celtic bronze 'ring-money', 5th - 1st century BC. Ancient currency used by the Celtic tribes of Europe as trade and jewelry. Average size 12 - 23 mm, excavated from Celtic settlements near the Danube River in Eastern Europe. Mostly low-grade, bent and crusty ones left, can be strung on leather necklace for an additional $ #CCG: $20 each.
A sizable hoard of 74, Celtic coins was discovered in a field on the island of Jersey, along with torques, and gold and silver jewelry. Declared as the largest Celtic coin hoard ever found, the.
In Celtic mythology Taranis was the god of thunder worshipped essentially in Gaul, the British Isles, but also in the Rhineland and Danube regions amongst others.
Many representations of a bearded god with a thunderbolt in one hand and a wheel in the other have been recovered from Gaul, where this deity apparently came to be syncretised with. - not East, not West thus on both Western and Eastern Celtic pages:) Eastern Celts (Danube Region) copies of Philip II tetradrachms Kroisbach type Eastern Celts (Serbia Region) Other Eastern Celts.
Thasos Type Thracia Link to Celtic Coins of Western Europe Link to Imitations of Roman Coins. To the Roman Republican Coins. The Celts By Peter Beresford Ellis This ‘Brief History of the Celts’ is an introduction and a tiny piece of a mosaic to knowledge and understanding of the Celtic Civilisation.
It is the door handle to open the door to further reading. We have a few pages on each subject: the origins, the (absent) literature, the kings and chieftains, the druids, the Celtic warriors, the women, the farmers /5(78).Cape Town, South Africa.
Call Us: + YEAH. main page.Celtic Danube Region Bronze Ring or Wheel or Roulles money 12mm x 14mm ( grams) Circa ancient Celts proto-money trading tokens like this to conduct trades before the introduction of coins to the area and possibly even afterwards.