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Lot of 10 Nice Indo-Greek and Local Imitative Bronze Coins
LT85097. Bronze Lot, 10 nice Indo-Greek and local imitative bronze coins, nice coins, 13 - 23mm, unattributed, no tags or flips, the actual coin in the photograph; , ; $350.00 (€311.50)
Baktrian Kingdom, Euthydemos I Theos , c. 225 - 195 B.C.
Euthydemus was allegedly a native of Magnesia and a son of General Apollodotus. According to Polybius, Euthydemus was a of Sogdiana who ousted the dynasty of Diodotus from and made himself . His kingdom seems to have been substantial, including Sogdiana to the , and Margiana and Ariana to the south or east of . When Antiochus III the Great attacked in 208 B.C., Euthydemus lost the Battle of the Arius but then resisted a three-year siege in the fortified city of Bactra. Euthydemus negotiated peace asserting that he toppled the descendants of the rebel Diodotus and provided a barrier to barbarian invasions. Antiochus decided to recognize him as , and offered one of his daughters to Euthydemus' son Demetrius.AW73959. Bronze double unit, AK-1, series 17, 147, 87, 7523, 53 (R1), F, thick with beveled edge, corrosion, 7.245 g, maximum 23.4 mm, 45o, Ai Khanoum mint, c. 225 - 208/6 B.C.; bearded of Herakles right; horse prancing right, BAΣIΛEΩΣ above, EYΘY∆HMOY below; ; $100.00 (€89.00)
Scythians, Dahae of Choresmia, c. 130 - 1 B.C.
Dahaeans were a confederacy of three Ancient Iranian tribes who lived in the region to the immediate east of the Caspian Sea. They spoke an Eastern Iranian language.SH62929. Silver
, 5, 671; 355, VF, 1.373 g, maximum 14.2 mm, diademed bearded right, κω∆ behind; HOΛOVKVO (or similar), soldier standing facing, spear vertical in right; ; SOLD
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