Lysimachus (305-281 B.C.) Silver Tetradrachm


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Hellenistic Age (4th-1st century B.C.)

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Lysimachus (305-281 B.C.) Silver Tetradrachm Lampsacus mint Diameter 31 mm. Obverse: Head of the deified Alexander the Great right wearing horn of Ammon struck in high relief. Reverse: ÂÁÓÉËÅÙÓ ËÕÓÉÌÁXÏÕ. Helmeted goddess Athena Nikephoros enthroned left, her right hand extended holding winged Nike crowning Lysimachus' name, leaning on a shield below her propped against throne, transverse spear in background. Nice pleasing style (tr4)
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