, Atrebates and Regni, British Tribes, South of the Thames, c. 50 - 1 B.C.
At the time of Caesar's invasion of Britain, the Atrebates, "the settlers," covered Sussex, Berkshire, Surrey, parts of Hampshire, north-east Wiltshire. The Regni, originally Regini, "the stiff ones," occupied Sussex in Roman times.SH01358. Gold quarter
, uninscribed QC "Remi," 48, gVF, 1.39 g, maximum 13.0 mm, 180o, extremely of Zeus or ; horse with sun above, symbol below and wheel symbol right; a beautiful example of art; SOLD
British , Iceni (East Anglia), 65 - 1 B.C.
attributed this to Boudicca.CE63429. Silver unit, normal face/horse
; cf. 792 and 794, 1567, VF, 1.257 g, maximum 14.5 mm, 180o, right with moustache, trefoil before (unstruck), three pellets below; Celticized horse right, belt lines which are a continuation of legs, large wheel-like object above, lozenge shape below with concave sides; ex CNG auction 146, lot 2; SOLD
British , Catuvellauni in Atrebatum, Epaticcus, 20 - 43 A.D.
Epaticcus 'leader of horseman' was apparently a potent prince of the Catuvellauni; a son of Tasciovanos and a younger brother of Cunobelinus. He evidently captured and ruled some Arrebatic territory south of the Thames, which is where his coins are found, shortly before the Claudian invasion.SH62326. Silver unit,
1346, 580, 2024 ff., 356, aVF, 1.226 g, maximum 12.9 mm, 270o, 20 - 43 A.D.; EPATI, of Herakles right, wearing scalp headdress, pellet in ring behind; standing facing on snake, wings open, left, pellet in ring upper right; SOLD
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