2353 - Aspendus (double siglos hoplite/triskeles) over Tarsus (rider/archer) (Heritage, 231927, July 2019, 61059)

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SILVER IDUnique ID of the page : 2353


465 BCE - 430 BCE | ΕΣΤ

Images
Overstriking coin
Aspendus_1738_Heritage.jpg
Overstruck variety
Tarsus_archer_rider.jpg [1]
Location/history
Sale(s)Sale(s) : Heritage Auction, 231927, 4 July 2019, 61059

Overstriking coin

Description
ObverseInscription or printing placed on the obverse.: Warrior walking right, naked, wearing helmet, holding spear in right hand, shield attached on left arm. Between legs, pellet. ReverseInscription or printing placed on the reverse.: ΕΣΤ Triskeles of human legs. Behind, lion crouching left. All within incuse square.
Mint and issuing power
MintIdentifies the place of manufacture or issue of a numismatic object.: Aspendus Ancient regionAncient region. Pamphylia Modern countryModern country: Turkey AuthorityIdentifies the issuing power. The authority can be "pretended" when the name or the portrait of X is on the coin but he/she was not the issuing power. It can also be "uncertain" when there is no mention of X on the coin but he/she was the issuing power according to the historical sources: Persian Empire
Chronology
FromIdentifies the initial date in a range assigned in a numismatic context. 465 BCE toIdentifies the final date in a range assigned in a numismatic context.. 430 BCE Classical 480-323 BC Nomisma.org periodTime period of the numismatic object.
Physical description
MetalThe physical material (usually metal) from which an object is made.: Silver Nomisma.org WeightWeight of the numismatic object (in grams). in grams: 10.6610.66 g <br />10,660 mg <br /> DenominationTerm indicating the value of a numismatic object. Examples: tetradrachm, chalkous, denarius.: double siglos Nomisma.org
DiameterDescribes diameter of an object (in mm).: 2323 mm <br />2.3 cm <br /> StandardStandard.: Persian
References
Coin referenceReference of the Coin: Coin series referenceReference to coin series study: Babelon 19011Babelon 1901, Part 2, Tome 1, p. 526-530, n° 869-70, SNG von Aulock Pamphylien2SNG von Aulock Pamphylien, n° 4482-3, SNG France 33SNG France 3, n° 12-13
Coin series web referenceCoin series web references:

Overstruck type

Description
ObverseInscription or printing placed on the obverse.: Horseman (Syennesis?) riding to left, wearing kyrbasia, holding lotus flower in right hand and reins in left, bow in bowcase on saddle, Key symbol below horse, [Aramaic 'TRZ'] in exergue ReverseInscription or printing placed on the reverse.: Archer in kneeling-running stance to right, quiver over shoulder, drawing bow, Key symbol behind, all within dotted border within incuse square
Mint and issuing power
MintIdentifies the place of manufacture or issue of a numismatic object. : Tarsus Ancient regionAncient region.  Cilicia Modern countryModern country: Turkey AuthorityIdentifies the authority in whose name (explicitly or implicitly) a numismatic object was issued. : Persian Empire
Chronology
FromIdentifies the initial date in a range assigned in a numismatic context. 440 BCE toIdentifies the final date in a range assigned in a numismatic context.. 400 BCE Classical 480-323 BC Nomisma.org periodTime period of the numismatic object.
Physical description
DenominationTerm indicating the value of a numismatic object. Examples: tetradrachm, chalkous, denarius. : double siglos Nomisma.org
References
Coin type referenceReference to coin series study :
Coin series web reference overstruckCoin series web references overstruck:
Additional data
Frequency of overstrikesFrequency of overstrikes: frequent Level of confidenceLevel of confidence of the identification: weak
RemarksRemarks: nb: the identification is problematic

References

  1. ^  Babelon, Ernest (1901-1932), Traité des monnaies grecques et romaines, Paris, E. Leroux
  2. ^  Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum. Sammlung v. Aulock. Pamphylien. 11 Heft (n° 4477-4893), Berlin, 1965.
  3. ^  Levante, Edoardo (1994), Sylloge nummorum graecorum. France 3. Cabinet des Médailles : Pamphylie, Pisidie, Lycaonie, Galatie, Paris, BnF, p. 293, pl. 146.