These thick, hand-struck bronze coins from Carthage are remarkable additions to any collection! Because of its location in North Africa, Carthage became the richest city in the Hellenistic world. This posed a threat to Italian colonies and eventually led to the Punic Wars fought by Carthage and Rome. The Punic goddess, Tanit is on the obverse. The national emblem, a horse, is on the reverse. Perfect as a companion piece for your Roman and Greek coins, or if you like horses.
- Material: Bronze
- Product Type: Single Products
- Location: Europe