Anonymous (circa 550-101 BC)
|Type||Standard circulation coin|
|Years||301 BC - 206 BC|
|Currency||As (circa 475-201 BC)|
Numista type number (https://en.numista.com/help/what-is-the-n-number-visible-in-the-catalogue-33.html)
Italo Vecchi; 1990. The Coinage of the Rasna / Part II : A Study in Etruscan Numismatics (Band 69). Schweizerische numismatische Rundschau, Switzerland.HN Italy# 151,
N. Keith Rutter, Andrew Burnett; 2001. Historia numorum : Italy. British Museum Press, London, United Kingdom.EC 1# 58,
Italo Vecchi; 2012. Etruscan Coinage / Part 1. A corpus of the struck coinage of the Rasna, together with an historical and economic commentary on the issues (gold, silver and bronze) from the mints of Cosa, Luca, Pisae, Populonia, uncertain cenral Etruria, Vetulonia, Volsinii, Vulci, and unidentified mints, from 5th to 3rd centuries BC. Edizioni Ennerre, Milan, Italy.SambonArt# 42,
Arthur Sambon; 1903. Les monnaies antiques de l’Italie. Bur. du Musée, Paris, France.SNG Fir2# 182
Fiorenzo Catalli; 2007. Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum, Italia, Firenze / Part 2. Etruria : Museo Archeologico Nazionale. Numismatica Ars Classica, Florence, Italy.
Metus as Gorgoneion facing forward with value below.
There has been much controversy on dating Populonian coins, and as such, the date ranges my vary per source.
The second Gorgoneion series was struck using Populonia's fourth silver standard, which is equal to the third silver standard except with the weights of all denomination being halved.
|ND (301 BC - 206 BC)|
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