Kition, Cyprus, Pumiathon, c. 362 – 312 B.C. 17,3mm 3,316gms

Kition, Cyprus, Pumiathon, c. 362 - 312 B.C. 17,3mm 3,316gms

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Kition, Cyprus, Pumiathon, c. 362 - 312 B.C. . Bronze dichalkon, Destrooper pl. 10, 6; Bank of Cyprus p. 61, 27 - 28; Tziambazis 128 Continuar lendo...

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Kition, Cyprus, Pumiathon, c. 362 – 312 B.C.

. Bronze dichalkon, Destrooper pl. 10, 6; Bank of Cyprus p. 61, 27 – 28; Tziambazis 128 (Evagoras II); BMC Cyprus p. 60, 69, F, Kition mint, 3.316 grams, 17.3 mm, die axis 0o, c. 362 – 312 B.C.; obverse lion walking left, ram`s head left above; reverse horse standing left, star with eight rays above, Tanit symbol before; 

Kition (Latin: Citium) was a city-kingdom on the southern coast of Cyprus (in present-day Larnaca). According to tradition, it was established in the 13th century B.C. by Achaean Greek settlers, after the Trojan war. By the Classical Period, Kition was one of the principal local powers, along with its neighbor Salamis. Its most famous resident was Zeno of Citium, born c. 334 B.C. in Citium and founder of the Stoic school of philosophy which he taught in Athens from about 300 B.C. The kingdom was under Egyptian domination from 570 to 545 B.C. Persia ruled Cyprus from 545 B.C. In 499 B.C., Cypriot kingdoms (including Kition) joined Ionia`s revolt against Persia. Persian rule of Cyprus ended in 332 B.C.

TIREM SUAS DÚVIDAS, NO FORMULÁRIO DE CONTATO.
RESPONDEREMOS A TODAS AS PERGUNTAS.
APÓS CONFIRMAÇÃO DE PAGAMENTO O ENVIO É IMEDIATO.
O PRODUTO QUE VOCÊ ESTÁ COMPRANDO É EXATAMENTE O DAS FOTOS.
PRODUTO AUTÊNTICO – NÃO TRABALHAMOS COM CÓPIAS OU RÉPLICAS.
ACOMPANHA CERTIFICADO DE AUTENTICIDADE.
(EXCETO LOTES GRANDES)
FRETE GRATUITO.

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