Danubian Celts, Pannonia, Æ Tetradrachm, 'Kugelwange' type

Period: 1st century BC

Danubian Celts, Pannonia, Æ Tetradrachm, 'Kugelwange' type
Danubian Celts, Pannonia, Æ Tetradrachm, 'Kugelwange' type
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Article code17-1767
AR Tetradrachm of the Pannonian Celts, Kugelwange or ball cheek type.

Obverse: Laureate head of Zeus right with protruding nose and ball cheek.
Reverse: Horse heading left.

Diameter: 23,7 mm
Weight: 10,81 g

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Pannonia was bounded by the Danube river on the north and east and southward with Dalmatia and upper Moesia. From the 4th century BC it was invaded by various Celtic tribes until it was subdued by the Romans in 9 BC when they incorporated the territory into Illyricum. In the present day it is covered by many countries, including parts of Hungary, Slovakia, Austria, Croatia and Slovenia.

Specifications

Period Celtic
Category Coins
Material Bronze
Country Celtic Gaul