Athena Tetradrachm originally minted 431-413 BC and depicting the wise owl.
Double faced. Size Medium (23 mm diameter excluding bail)
c.405-390 BC. Syracuse. Slow quadriga driven by charioteer, horses...
c.405-390 BC. Syracuse. Galloping quadriga driven r. by charioteer,...
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Dionysus was the patron god of harvest, wine, theater, ecstacy and eroticism. He was in many ways the opposite of Apollo (god of light), representing the darker but nonetheless present side in all of us. Dionysean festivities were considered important rituals and usually took place in autumn or winter. At the Dionysian cult festivities, wine, mu...
SICILY, Naxos AR Tetradrachm Circa 461-430 BC.Bearded head of Dionysos right, wearing wreath of ivy, hair tied in bunch behind head. Legend reads N-AXI-ON, nude and ithyphallic Silenos squatting facing left.
AR tetradrachm - Thassos (Thrace) Obverse: Head of young Dionysos right, wreathed with ivy and with band across forehead / Reverse: Naked Heracles with lion-skin over left arm and club Legend reads "ΗΡΑΚΛΕΟΥΣ ΣΩΤΗΡΟΣ ΘΑΣΙΩΝ)
Bearded head of Dionysos right, wearing wreath of ivy, hair tied in bunch behind head. Legend reads N-AXI-ON, nude and ithyphallic Silenos squatting facing left.