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Introduction » Rome and Etruria » Etruscii Hemidrachm Etruria 4th century BC fine silver replica coin


        

Etruscii Hemidrachm Etruria 4th century BC fine silver replica coin

fine silver | 14 mm | 2 g

 

Product no.: R2
Material: fine silver
Size: 14 mm
Weight: 2 g
Price:
13.00 EUR (15.35 USD)

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fine silver | 14 mm | 2 g

One-sided coin. OBV: Bearded head of the highest Etruscan God - Tinia. In Etruscan mythology Tinia or Tina was the highest god of the skies husband to Thalna or Uni. He was part of the powerful triumvirate of gods including Menrva and Uni. He was associated with lightning spears and scepters. In Etruscan tin- means 'day.' With Uni he was the father of Hercle. Tinia was the equivalent of the Roman Jupiter and the Greek Zeus.

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