|Currency:||Corinthia, Korinth. Silberstater,|
|Year/Period and Variation:||345-307 v.Chr.|
Corinthia, Corinth Silver state (8.33 g / 19 mm), 345-307 B.C.
Obverse: Pegasus flies to the left, Q below
Reverse: head of Athena facing left, wearing Corinthian helmet, A below and Astragalus behind,
Astragaloi (Astragalus) is the Greek name for various games of skill and dice. In antiquity, the game pieces or dice were made from the anklebone from the rear legs of cloven-hoofed animals such as sheep, goats or cattle
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