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The Greek-Key (otherwise known as a Meander or 'Μαίανδος' pattern) became a popular form of decoration in the Greek Classical period and carried through to the Hellenistic period. Meander was a river deity but also a symbolism of how the realm of common mortals managed to touch the realm of the gods. It also has a binary sense of duality much li...
Phillip II Macedon Depicting Zeus Coin Pendant with Greek Key Pattern / Meander, Medium Size
Owl Of Wisdom Coin Pendant with Greek Key Pattern / Meander, Small Size
Head of Athena right, wearing round earring and crested Attic helmet ornamented with three olive leaves above visor and spiral palmette on bowl. Almond shaped almond eye as in archaic depictions of the goddess.
Obverse depicts Athena wearing a crested Corinthian helmet ornamented with a coiled snake, wearing an earring and a necklace, her braided hair falling straight down the back of her neck and visible as wavy locks beneath her helmet to the side.
As with all of Alexander's imperial tetradrachms, the obverse of the above coin depicts a young (beardless) Herakles/Hercules wearing a lion skin headdress, with the lion's paws tied at his neck.
Depicted is the head of Alexander the Great wearing the horn of Ammon.
Head of Artemis-Arethusa, or Persephone l., hair bound with wreath of corn-leaves, four dolphins around.