Silver Stater from Syracuse - 304 BC

A silver stater minted under tyrant Agathokles of Syracuse, circa 304 - 289 BC.

The obverse with goddess, Aphrodite. The deity is shown wearing a drop earring, pearl necklace and a pushed back Corinthian helmet, the locks of her hair tumbling out from under the neck guard, trident head behind.

The reverse with the iconic image of Pegaus, in mid-flight. 

 

A beautiful coin, struck in good metal with an iridescent tone and boasting one of the most refined and elegant depictions of Pegasus on any ancient coin. 

Silver Stater from Syracuse - 304 BC. A silver stater minted under tyrant Agathokles of Syracuse, circa 304 - 289 BC. The obverse with goddess, Aphrodite. The deity is shown wearing a drop earring, pearl necklace and a pushed back Corinthian helmet, the locks of her hair tumbling out from under the neck guard, trident head behind. The reverse with the iconic image of Pegaus, in mid-flight.    A beautiful coin, struck in good metal with an iridescent tone and boasting one of the most refined and elegant depictions of Pegasus on any ancient coin. 

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