Tag Archive: Celtic coins Thrace


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“Who can I recite my work to here, but yellow-haired Coralli, and the other tribes of the barbarous Danube?” 
 
(Ovid, Ex Ponto. Book EIV.II To Cornelius Severus: A Fellow Poet)
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The Hill of Zaravets (Tsaravets) overlooks the town of Veliko Tarnovo in today‟s northeastern Bulgaria. Situated on the strategically important Jantra river which links it to the Danube, Zaravetz is best known…
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Celtic Strymon/Trident Coinage:

https://www.academia.edu/6355583/Celtic_Strymon_Trident_Coinage

 

 

 

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“Nature is not only all that is visible to the eye.. it also includes the inner pictures of the soul.” 
(Edvard Munch)

 

 

A most spectacular metamorphosis is to be observed in Celtic gold staters of the Lysimachus type produced during the late Iron Age, culminating in enigmatic images which allow a rare insight into the ‘barbarian’ imagination and beliefs…

 

 

FULL ARTICLE:

https://www.academia.edu/5543801/On_Posthumous_and_Barbarian_Lysimachus_Staters

 

 

 

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