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bga_867433 - VELIOCASSES (Area of Norman Vexin) Bronze au sanglier de Saint-André-sur-Cailly

VELIOCASSES (Area of Norman Vexin) Bronze au sanglier de Saint-André-sur-Cailly VF/AU
320.00 €(Approx. 348.80$ | 272.00£)
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Type : Bronze au sanglier de Saint-André-sur-Cailly
Date: c. 60-50 AC.
Metal : bronze
Diameter : 16 mm
Orientation dies : 1 h.
Weight : 2,39 g.
Rarity : R2
Coments on the condition:
Bronze avec un superbe revers associé à un droit de frappe un peu molle. Patine brune

Obverse


Obverse legend : ANÉPIGRAPHE.
Obverse description : Tête à droite, le nez pointu et les lévres proéminentes, ligne en zigzag entre le profil et le grènetis.

Reverse


Reverse legend : ANÉPIGRAPHE.
Reverse description : Sanglier à gauche ; entre les pattes, rouelle à cinq rayons, grènetis.

Commentary


Beaucoup de ces bronzes sont issus des mêmes coins. Les exemplaires du musée de Rouen, proviennent de Saint-André-sur-Cailly. Cette émission, assez bien représentée dans les collections publiques publiées, reste très rare sur le marché !.

Historical background


VELIOCASSES (Area of Norman Vexin)

(2nd - 1st century BC)

The Véliocasses, people of Belgian Gaul, lived in the Norman Vexin located in the current department of Seine-Maritime. Their neighbors were the Lexovians and the Aulerci Éburovices, with the Seine as their border, and on the other side the Parisii, the Calètes and the Bellovaques. They participated in the Belgian coalition of 57 BC, led by the Bellovaques and provided a contingent of ten thousand men. But in 52 BC, for the relief army to release Vercingetorix besieged in Alesia, they only gave three thousand men. The following year, in 51 BC, they took part for the last time in the coalition of the Belgians in revolt under the leadership of the Bellovaques. Their main oppidum was Rouen (Rotomagus). Caesar (BG. II, 4; VII, 75; VIII, 7); Pliny (HN. IV). Ptolemy (G. II, 8). Kruta: 366.

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