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CM.21-1987_2_2008_mas.tif: CM.21-1987

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  • Twelve ancient coins in gold, electrum and silver of the state of Carthage (8 coins), of Syracuse, Sicily, of Lysimachus King of Thrace and Ptolemy I King of Egypt.

Carthage, Africa (reference to Jenkins & Lewis, Carthaginian gold and electrum coins). Gold shekel, c.218 BC. Horse standing r. wt.1.84g. (group XIV, 465.6).

Mrs. R.B. Lewis bequest, from the collection of the late R.B. Lewis.

Acquisition and important dates

  • Method of acquisition: Given
  • Dates: 1987-07-20

Associated department: Coins and Medals

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  • Created: Wednesday 7 April 2021
  • Updated: Wednesday 7 April 2021
  • Last processed: Friday 9 April 2021
  • Data source: Adlib

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