British Celts, Trinovantes, Addedomaros stater, spiral type
Struck: 40-10 BC
Central Gaul, Bituriges Cubi, potin unit
Period: 2nd - 1st century BC
Central Gaul, Danube Celts, Boii, 1/24 gold stater
Period: 2nd century BC
Central Gaul, Lingones tribe, Kaletedoy AR quinarius
Period: circa 80-50 BC
Central Gaul, the Sequani, AR Quinarius
Period: 70-50 BC
Central Gaul, the Sequani, potin unit
Period: circa 58-50 BC
Northeast Gaul, Ambiani, bronze 'au sanglier'
Period: 1st century BC
Northern Gaul, Remi tribe, AE potin
Struck: 80-20 BC
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The Celts included several groups of Iron Age tribal people occupying much of northern Europe, Spain, Gaul and the British Isles. They started issuing coins from the late 4th century BC, heavily influenced by trade with the style of the Greek coins, especially Macedonian coins of Philip II and Alexander the Great.
Gradually the style became more abstract and Celtic symbols were used (e.g the triskele).