Daric - Artaxerxes I / Darius III - 465-330 BC THE ROYAL COINAGE - 4th type
|Type||Standard circulation coin|
|Years||450 BC - 375 AD|
|Value||AV Daric = 1/5 Perso-Babylonic Silver Mina = 20 Silver Drachms (1)|
Crowned king Darius III right, running with the akinakès in his right hand and bow in left.
Type IV A - early (Stiff figure, shapeless body completely lacking a waist, often cartoon-like, sometimes pellets on arms, sometimes appears beardless, dotted exergue line)
Type IV B - middle (Stylistic formal figure, waist indicated, often pellets on sleeves, large eye, short beard, sometimes no quiver visible, dotted or plain exergue line, often smooth within the incuse)
Type IV C - late (Attractive formal regal figure, three or four annulets or pellets on chest, neat style, large head, long beard, usually v-shaped folds on front of kandys, usually stylistic drapery with broad semi-circular sweep of folds from the left knee back to the right heel, plain exergue line, irregular incuse)
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|ND (450 BC - 420 BC)||Type IV A - early (Artaxerxes I - Darius II)|
|ND (450 BC - 330 BC)||Type IV (Artaxerxes I - Darius III)|
|ND (420 BC - 375 AD)||Type IV B - middle (Darius II - Artaxerxes II)|
|ND (375 BC - 330 BC)||Type IV C - late (Artaxerxes II - Darius III)|
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