Get an ancient bronze coin struck from 315-288 B.C. in the powerful Greek city-state of Thebes – major rival of Athens, conqueror of “invincible” Sparta at the Battle of Leuctra and the most dominant Greek city-state before its conquest by Macedonian kings Philip II and his son Alexander the Great.
The obverse of the coin depicts the head of mythological hero Hercules – who was born in Thebes, famous for his strength and courage and gatekeeper of the home of the gods at Mount Olympus after his death. The reverse features a “thyrsus” – a sacred staff of ancient Greece topped with a pinecone and carried by gods and satyrs. Add this 2,300-year-old coin to your collection in a choice of these attractive, affordable grades!
- Material: Bronze
- Location: Europe
- Product Type: Single Products