Small Alexander The Great (Lysimachos) Coin Pendant with Greek Key Pattern. Gold plated silver coin on silver bezel
King Lysimachos (360 -281 B.C) was one of the leaders that ruled Alexander the Greats empire after its division following his death. The Lysimachos coin is takes its name due to his time of reign. Depicted is the head of Alexander the Great wearing the horn of Ammon.
The Lysimachos coin is renown for its incredible depiction of Alexander the Great.
This item is entirely sterling silver. The mounted coin is gold plated (on sterling silver)
|Gender||For Him or Her|
|Depiction||Alexander the Great|
|Historic Period||Era: Hellenistic|
|Material||Gold-plated Sterling Silver|
|Diameter (excluding bails)||22 mm (55⁄64in)|
The ancient Greeks idolized intellect and spirit, while gods shared mortal passions and flaws to make themselves more accessible to humans. Beauty and harmony were truly at the heart of the ancient Greek civilization. This never fails to inspire our intellectual, scientific and spiritual worlds.
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