Objekt:

 Münze, Silber, ∅ 26 mm.

Datierung:

 Ptolemäus II. Philadelphia (285-246).

Münzstätte:

 Alexandria.

Sammlung:

 Fribourg, Sammlungen BIBEL+ORIENT, N 1966.204; Ex-Sammlung Kopp.

Vorderseite:

 Diademed head of Ptolemy to r., wearing aegis. Border of dots. The descendants and successors of Ptolemy I, in sign of dynastic continuity, used his portrait on their silver and bronze coins.

Rückseite:

 ΠΤΟΛΕΜΑΙΟΥ - ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΕ. Eagle standing to l. on thunderbolt, in field l. monograms EY and XA. Border of dots.

Parallelen:

Svoronos 1904: 57, no. 362, pl. 11:8; Sylloge nummorum Graecorum 1942: no. 90 var.; Poole 1987: 13, no. 6.

Bibliographie:

Grigorova 2000: 56, no. 111; Keel et al. 2007: 76, Nr. 53:c-d.

DatensatzID:

2900

Permanenter Link:

  http://www.bible-orient-museum.ch/bodo/details.php?bomid=2900