Roman Republic - Hispania. Castulo (Linares, Spain) - As - I st century B.C. Kidnapping of Europe - Bronze

Description
Roman Republic - Hispania. Castulo (Linares, Spain) - As - I st century B.C. Kidnapping of Europe - Bronze
Very fine

Ancient Hispania - Castulo bronze as (11.40 g. 28 mm.) minted in Roman Baetica province (Linares, Jaén, Spain) in the I st century B.C. Kidnapping of Europe.

L. QVL. F. - Q. ISC. F. Bare head left.
Europa seated sideways on bull running right (this is the kidnapping of Europe by Jupiter transformed in bull).; she extends both her hands, her mantle floating in the wind like a double halo; below, M. C. F.
FAB. 747. F. Villaronga, CNH 339, 70. SNG Cop. 223. Rare.

11.40 g. 28 mm.

Good very fine condition. Nice original green patina.


For a better impression please see the images.

8491

Lot details
Country
Roman Republic
Nominal Value
Hispania. Castulo (Linares, Spain) -
Currency
As
Year/Period and Variation
- I st century B.C. Kidnapping of Europe
Precious metals
Bronze
Type
Coin
Condition
Very fine
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