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Akragas Agrigentum
Sicily, Agrigentum
Decadrachm, unsigned work of My(ron) and Poly(ainos) circa 409-406, AR 42.42 g. AKRAGAS Fast quadriga driven l. by charioteer, holding reins with both hands; above, eagle flying l., holding snake in its talons. Below horses, crab. Rev. Two eagles l., perching on dead hare lying on rock; the further with spread wings lowers its head towards the prey; the nearer, with closed wings, raises its head to screech. In r. field, grasshopper. L. Mildernberg, Essays Kraay-Mørkholm, p. 185, footnote 35 (this coin). SNG Dewing 562 (this coin cited). Gulbenkian 168 (this reverse die). Rizzo pl. II, 8 (these dies). SNG Lloyd 817 (these dies). Wealth of the Ancient World 77 (this coin). Seltman, NC 1948 part I, 8
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