Corinth, , , 375 - 345 B.C.
Corinth is mentioned many times in the New Testament, largely in connection with Apostle Paul's mission there. Paul first visited the city in 51 or 52 and resided there for 18 months (Acts 18:1-18). Paul wrote at least two epistles to the Christian community, the First Epistle to the Corinthians (written from ) and the Second Epistle to the Corinthians (written from ).GS85150. Silver , I 238/1 (same die); 574; p. 13, 140; 68; 1834; -, aEF, nice , , areas of corrosion, 8.331 g, maximum 21.1 mm, 45o, Corinth mint, 375 - 345 B.C.; Pegasos flying right, koppa below; of (or Aphrodite) right wearing a Corinthian helmet over a leather cap, (incense burner) behind; ex Art of Money (Portland, OR); $500.00 (€445.00)
Corinth, , , c. 515 - 475 B.C.
, 3696, 299, -, -, VF, 8.575 g, maximum 24.6 mm, 315o, Pegasos flying right, koppa below; helmeted of right in shallow square, koppa behind; ex Art, 300 East 57th St., NY; from the Dr. J. Hewitt Judd Collection (author of United States Pattern Coins Experimental & Trial Pieces); nice archaic ; ; SOLD
Corinth, , , c. 431 - 338 B.C.
The depicts Pegasos in the classical , the in archaic .GS41254. Silver
, 3829 var., -, -, VF, 0.887 g, maximum 10.7 mm, 90o, Corinth mint, Pegasos, with pointed wings, flying left, koppa below; Pegasos, with curled wing, trotting left, pellet below, koppa lower left, inverted K upper right; from the Dr. J. Hewitt Judd Collection (author of United States Pattern Coins Experimental & Trial Pieces); ; SOLD
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