Title: Macedonian drachma
WorkType: coins
Identifier: olvwork306282
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Macedonian drachma
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Title:  Macedonian drachma
Alternate Title: Obverse: Head of Pan
Alternate Title: Reverse: Athena Armed
Alternate Title: Drachma
Work Type:  coins
Production:  Macedonia, Macedonia
Date:  -277--239
Associated Name:  Antigonos Gonatas, king of Macedonia (Reigned 277-239 B.C.), patron
Pan (Greek deity), subject
Athena (Greek deity), subject
Topics:  coins; coinage; gods; shields; drachmas; goddesses; swords; helmets
Style/Period:  Macedonian; Hellenistic
Note:  General: Obverse: Macedonian shield featuring the head of Pan in the center. ; Reverse: Athena standing, armed with sword and shield, and a helmet at her feet.
Production: Minted during the reign of Antigonus Gonatas in Macedonia.
Inscription: Reverse: BASILEOS ANTIGONOY

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Title:  Drachma: Athena armed
Creator:  Robinson, Tom, photographer
Associated Name:  Research Team for New Testament and Archaeology (1970-)
Koester, Helmut (1926-)
Note:  Note-General: 35mm slide
Repository:  Andover-Harvard Theological Library, Harvard Divinity School
Record Identifier: olvwork306282


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