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bga_608744 - BITURIGES CUBI / WESTERN CENTER, UNSPECIFIED Bronze ROAC, DT. 3716 et 2613

BITURIGES CUBI / WESTERN CENTER, UNSPECIFIED Bronze ROAC, DT. 3716 et 2613 XF
200.00 €(Approx. 238.00$ | 172.00£)
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Type : Bronze ROAC, DT. 3716 et 2613
Date: avant 52 AC.
Metal : bronze
Diameter : 17,5 mm
Orientation dies : 3 h.
Weight : 2,67 g.
Rarity : R2
Coments on the condition:
Beau bronze de style fin avec un très joli revers ! Patine verte
Catalogue references :

Obverse


Obverse legend : ANÉPIGRAPHE.
Obverse description : Tête masculine à gauche, les mèches bien marquées, un globule au dessus du nez ; grènetis.

Reverse


Reverse legend : ANÉPIGRAPHE.
Reverse description : Cheval au galop à gauche ; au-dessus, annelet perlé pointé ; sous le poitrail et entre les deux jambes avant, deux annelets.

Commentary


Ce bronze est rare et sous documenté ; deux monnaies du Nouvel Atlas y correspondent, l'une dans le tome II et l'autre dans le tome III (DT. 2613 et 3716), ce qui montre nos incertitudes quant à ce bronze. L’exemplaire proposé ici est anépigraphe, comme presque tous les exemplaires connus. Les auteurs du Nouvel Atlas signalent les monnaies BN. 4373-75 et 4380-81, ainsi que le n° 425 de MONNAIES XV.
Le style de la tête n’est pas sans rappeler certaines monnaies arvernes, particulièrement en or !.

Historical background


Bituriges CUBES / CENTRE WEST UNCERTAIN

(First century BC)

It is sometimes very difficult to decide on allocation due to the lack of information on the location of finds. However, too much excavated site can distort our judgment because the concentration of copies found at a given site do not necessarily correspond with the ancient reality. Numismatics as other science abhors a vacuum and tried to fill them by all means, even at the cost of the error. Uncertain currencies assigned to Bituriges Cubes are poorly understood and poorly published. But in the Midwest, near Poitiers, Limoges and Bourges, these coins are known to local scholars have classified differently long time. Only active collaboration can help us better understand these currencies and to return to its rightful owner..

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