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British Celts, Corieltauvi gold stater, South Ferriby type

British Celts, Corieltauvi gold stater, South Ferriby type



British Celts, Corieltauvi gold stater, South Ferriby type

Struck: 45-10 BC

Corieltauvi, gold stater, South Ferriby type.

Obverse: Disjointed horse with anchor above, six pointed star beneath.
Reverse: Crude abstract head of Apollo.

Weight: 5,42 grams

Article code: CC 10005

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The Corieltauvi were a tribe living in the English East Midlands. They were bordered by the Brigantes to the North, the Cornovii to the West, the Dobunni and Catuvellauni to the South, and the Iceni to the East. Their capital was called Ratae Corieltauvorum, known today as Leicester.

A large hoard of coin pellet moulds was excavated in Sleaford, suggesting this was an important mint. It is uncertain if the coins were stamped here or were taken to Leicester to be stamped as only a few Iron Age coins have been found in Sleaford. The Corieltauvi also produced inscribed coins, featuring mostly two names, sometimes even three.

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