Silver Coin (Mint: Poseidonia)
- Silver Coin (Mint: Poseidonia)
- Cornell Coin Collection
- 540-480 BCE
- Campania, Italy
- Campania, Italy
- ID Number:
- Negative Number:
- File Name:
- ΓOM : Naked Poseidon advancing right, wearing chlamys with square ends falling over shoulders
brandishing ornamental trident right, left arm extended, double-dotted cable border.
- ΓOM (retrograde) : General outline of Poseidon, incuse left, trident shown, herring-bone pattern border
the part of the chlamys behind the back is now visible
trident and inscription in relief.
- Work Type:
- coins (money)
- silver (metal)
- Coins, Ancient
- 20 mm (millimeters, diameter)
3.42 g (grams, weight)
- Items in the Cornell Coins Collection are meant for inventory and reference purposes
metadata may not be complete in all cases.
- Grose, The McLean Greek Coins, Vol.1, p.137, #1046
BMC, Vol.1, p.266, #14-15.
- Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
- Collecting Program:
- Cornell Collections of Antiquities
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