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Seuthes III Bronze Head (Reproduction)
The bronze head of Seuthes III was found ritually buried outside his tomb at Kazanlak. The photo is of a reproduction made to look as the head would have looked new. The actual bronze head is in remarkable similar condition with a slightly rougher greener patina and the eyes are plain green bronze.
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Filename:SeuthesIII_tumba_Kazanl‚k_0771a.jpg
Album name:Joe Sermarini / Places and Things Depicted on Coins
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File Size:312 KB
Date added:Mar 16, 2015
Dimensions:966 x 1483 pixels
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URL:http://www.forumancientcoins.com/gallery/displayimage.php?pos=-119238
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quadrans  [Mar 17, 2015 at 10:01 AM]
Nice reproduction of the Seuthes III head..