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E-auction 566-506935 - bgr_703381 - MACEDONIA - KINGDOM OF MACEDONIA - PHILIP III ARRHIDAEUS Hemidrachme

MACEDONIA - KINGDOM OF MACEDONIA - PHILIP III ARRHIDAEUS Hemidrachme XF
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Estimate : 150 €
Price : 43 €
Maximum bid : 120 €
End of the sale : 19 February 2024 14:00:40
bidders : 5 bidders
Type : Hemidrachme
Date: c. 323-320 AC.
Mint name / Town : Babylonie, Babylone
Metal : silver
Diameter : 12,5 mm
Orientation dies : 12 h.
Weight : 1,50 g.
Rarity : R1
Coments on the condition:
Monnaie centrée. Joli portrait d’Héraklès. Patine grise
Catalogue references :

Obverse


Obverse legend : ANÉPIGRAPHE.
Obverse description : Tête d'Héraklès à droite, coiffée de la léonté.

Reverse


Reverse description : Zeus aétophore, les jambes croisées, assis à gauche sur un siège avec dossier, nu jusqu'à la ceinture, tenant un aigle posé sur sa main droite et un long sceptre bouleté de la gauche.
Reverse legend : ALEXANDROU.
Reverse translation : (d’Alexandre).

Commentary


Monnaie trouée, fourrée.

Historical background


MACEDONIA - KINGDOM OF MACEDONIA - PHILIP III ARRHIDAEUS

(323-316 BC)

Coinage in the name and Alexander III the Great type

Philip, son of Philip II and the half-brother of Alexander, was not entirely in his right mind. On the death of the conqueror and faced with the lack of power, in order to maintain the fiction of the unity of the Empire, he was proclaimed king, but in fact he had no power. He was assassinated at the instigation of Olympias, Alexander's mother, in 316 BC.

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