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  1. A guide to the principal gold and silver coins of the ancients, from circ. B. C. 700 to A. D. 1
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Eagle, with serpent. Kike running, carrying wreath. Head of the Olympian Zeus. Thunderbolt, in laurel-. Eagle deronring hare. Kike seated on a base. In the exergne, a branch of laurel. Wyon, the engraver of the medal stmck to commemorate the battle of Waterloo. Eagle's head and leaf of bryonia? Thunderbolt, in. Eagle deronring Thmiderbolt.

Thunderbolt, with two wings; one eitremity ornamented. The series of the staters of Elis is one of the most varied and beautiful in the whole range of Greek coins.

A guide to the principal gold and silver coins of the ancients, from circ. B. C. 700 to A. D. 1

Artiste of the highest abilities were employed at this mint. The types lefer to the worship of Zens and Heia at Olympia. The digamma 'was not abandoned on the coins of Elis nntil Soman times. Europa seatedin tree. Wt grs. Triton striking with trident ev. Two marine serpents, fiice to face. Velchanos a Cretan form of Zens seated on the stump of a tree, with a cock on his knees. Herakles contending with the Lemsan Hydra ; at his feet is the crab.

The coins of the Cretan cities are remarkable for the unconventional style in which the sabjects represented are treated.

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Some of them are very fine "works of art, others snrprisliigly barbarons. The coins of Grortyna refer to the abduction of Enropa by Zens, in the form of a bnlL The assistance rendered by the crab to the hydra Xo. Some of these Cretan coins may with eqnal probability be given to the earlier half of the next centory, as many of them are re-stmcfc on coins of Gyrene which can hardly be earlier than B.

In Enbcea the spot was shown on which lo was believed to have been killed, as well as the cave in which she gave birth to Epaphns. The bird on the cow's back is perhaps Zens, who, in the form of a bird, gnided Hermes to the place where Hera had tied lo to a tree. Winged Gorgon running, holding in either hand a serpent.

Archaic wheel, haying long axlebeam crossed by two bands curving outwards. This coin has been attributed to Fajsulaj. The Gorgon the symbol of the worship of the moon-goddess, the wheel of that of the san-god of. The date may be about the middle of the fifth century, or The weight-standard is Persic. Taras, Obv. Thurium, on the Tarentine Gulf, was one of the latest of all the Greek colonies in Italy. It was colonized from Athens about B. The style of the head of Athena on this coin may be compared with II. Apollo, naked, holding branch. Oh: Eagle perched on the capital of a column of the Ionic order ; in the field, a laurel-branch.

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This is the tripod of the Pythian Apollo -who was worshipped at Croton, in a temple called the Pythion. Eiver iJfv. Crathis naked, standing, holding patera and olive-branch ; at his Wt.

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The archaic forms of the letters on this coin are not consistent with the style of art, which is that of the middle or latter portion of the fifth century. The inscription is therefore an affectation of archaism. Bearded figure, naked to waist, seated, his right resting on staff; beneath his seat, a dog. The whole in laurel-wreath.

The seated figure on this coin, like that on II. Coins of this type may date from the time of the expulsion of the despots, B. Winged Xike or Eirene, seated on rase, holding caduceus and bird. All the finest coins of Terina of this period are by him. The gold coins of this first issue are all small. Two eagles, standing on hare, the one about to tear the prey, the other raising its head and screaming. In field, the horned head of a young river-god above, magistrate's name. Nilce driving quadriga; above, vine-branch with grapes. Agrigentum was destroyed in B.

This coin belongs to its last years. Artist's Camarina, seated on swan, and passing over water behind and all. This is one of the most poetical of the works of Evaenetus unfortunately, it is not in very good pre;. Head of Apollo or Rivergod Amenanus? Quadriga; Wt. These tetradrachms are subsequent to the year B. Forepart of man-headed bull river Obv. In exergue, Sev. Quadriga ; horses crowned by Nike. Homed head of young river-god Gelas hair Hev. Quadriga Nike ; ;. The presence of the letter CI on this it must have been struck shortly before was destroyed. Xymph Himera, sacrificing at altar; behind her, Silenus bathing under a fountain, which issues from a lion's head; above, a grain of corn.


ION retrograde. Quadriga ; charioteer crowned by Nike. Himera was destroyed in B. This beautiful coin probably dates from about the middle of the century. Head of Apollo, laureate beneath, lion around, three laurel-leaves. Quadriga charioteer crowned by Nike. In exergue, lion. This coin of the latest archaic style seems to be the of the artist who engraved the famous Demareteion of Syracuse II.

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The hare and the mule-car were first adopted as cointypes according to Aristotle by Anaxilaus, who won a victory with the mule-car at Olympia, and is said to have introduced hares into Sicily. Head of bearded Dionysus, crowned with iyyNaked Silenus with pointed ears and horse's on the ground, with a wine-cup in his hand.

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Head of Segesta, wearing sphendone ornamented with stars beneath, stallt of barley. Youthful hunter river-god Crimissus? Apollo and Artemis in liev. Head of Nike, laureate, surrounded by dolphins. Quadriga, horses walking, crowned by Nike. Pentecontalitron or decadrachm. These coins -were called Demareteia because they -were coined from the proceeds of a present given to Demarete, wife of Gelon, by the Carthaginians, on the occasion of the peace concluded between them and Gelon by her intervention, B.

Incuse B-iv. Head of Herakles. The incuse square containing a female head imitated from the earliest silver money of the city Head of Areriusa, sorrounded by dolphins; on the band across her forehead, the artiste name. Qnadriga, the charioteer crowned bv Xike. Most of his work appears to be earlier than the end of the fifth century. This artist may be said to have introduced the highly ornate style -which characterises the.