|Year/Period and Variation:||ROYAUME SÉLEUCIDE - Séleucus IV Philopator - Double unité Æ (c. 187-175 av J.C) R2 TTB|
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Specimen on a small flan, well centred, with regular wear,
with visible beading. Nice portrait of Artemis. Lovely reverse.
Black and sandy patina.
Metal: Bronze serratus.
Weight: 9.77 g
Diameter: 21 mm
Obverse: Laurelled head of Apollo facing right, with long hair
flowing down the neck.
Reverse: Apollo standing nude, left, holding an arrow
in the right hand and leaning with the left on
a tripod. BAΣIΛEΩΣ ΣEΛEYKOY
Light weight. Centring hole visible on each side.
Rare R2 type.
Cf: BMC.22 var.
Seleucus IV Philopator (he who loves his father), the second
son of Antiochus III the Great (223-187 BC), oversaw large
military commands in the war fought between
the Seleucids, the Kingdom of Pergamon and the Romans.
Shipped via tracked, registered post.
Catawiki member since February 17, 2016, received 247 reviews in total (69 in last 12 months)
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Great coin, fast service, great seller.
Everything as expected
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