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Panticapeo

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DE GREGE EPICURI

Ecco l'ultimo mostro aggiunto alla mia collezione: è la protome di un grifone, sul rovescio di questa moneta del Panticapeo. Il bronzo pesa 6,2 g. e misura 19 mm. Dovrebbe essere la n.30 della Silloge di Copenhagen, al rov.ci sono le 3 lettere: pi -alfa-ni,come previsto Al D. la testa del satiro, con orecchio un po' caprino; io avevo ipotizzato che potesse trattarsi del dio Pan in persona, pensate sia possibile? Il grifone è molto bello, il migliore della mia serie.

Ma il fascino viene anche dalla località: il Chersoneso-Tauride, in fondo al Mar Nero,cioè il Vello d'Oro, gli Argonauti, Medea la maga...

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Mi aggancio a questa discussione per presentare qualche ottimo bronzo di Panticapeo (o Panticapea), una colonia greca della Crimea (od. Kerč´) fondata nel 6° sec. a. C. sul sito di un precedente insediamento (Panti Kapa). Dal 480 a. C. Panticapeo fu a capo della federazione delle città greche sorte sulle coste del Bosforo Cimmerio ed ebbe la sua massima potenza dalla metà del 5° alla metà circa del 3° sec. a. C.

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BLACK SEA REGION, PANTICAPAEUM. AE 13mm (1.39 gm). 4th Century B.C. Head of Pan / Bow case. SNG BM 875.

Extremely Fine.

 

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BLACK SEA REGION, PANTICAPAEUM. AE 21mm (6.55 g) c. 300-250 B.C. Head of Pan / Head of lion; sturgeon below. SNG BM 884.

about Extremely Fine.

 

Voglio precisare che questi bronzi con sfondo blu non sono miei.

 

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Esemplare EF del bronzo di gpittini.

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BLACK SEA REGION, PANTICAPAEUM. AE 22mm (6.36 gm), 4th Century B.C. Head of Pan / Forepart of griffin; sturgeon below. SNG BM 870.

 

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Mappa che dà la collocazione geografica di Panticapeo.

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Superb EF Pantikapaion Stater (Triton XVIII).

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CIMMERIAN BOSPOROS, Pantikapaion. Circa 325-310 BC. AV Stater (22mm, 9.11 g, 11h). Head of Pan left, wearing ivy wreath / Griffin, holding spear in its mouth, standing left, head facing, forepaw raised, on grain ear; Π-A-N around. MacDonald 63; Anokhin 1027; HGC 7, 21; SNG BM Black Sea 867; Gulbenkian 589; Hunt I 95; Kraay & Hirmer 440. Superb EF, fully lustrous. Fine style.


Ex Nomos 6 (8 May 2012), lot 41 (hammer CHF 140,000); Numismatica Genevensis SA VI (30 November 2010), lot 41; Triton XIII (5 January 2010), lot 168 (hammer $95,000).

Pantikapaion was founded by Greek colonists from Miletos in the late seventh century BC. Situated on the west side of the Cimmerian Bosporos, in what is now called the Crimea, it achieved great prosperity through its exploitation of the abundant fisheries of the straits and the export of wheat from the Crimea. This wealth is attested by its splendid gold coinage which commenced in the mid-4th century BC and by the magnificently furnished rock tombs of its principal citizens in the same period. Later, it was to become a regional capital of the kingdom of Mithradates VI of Pontos (120-63 BC) and later still the seat of the kings of Bosporos (first century BC - fourth century AD). The coinage of Pantikapaion seems to have commenced with silver issues in the latter part of the fifth century BC, but it is for its beautiful gold staters that the mint is chiefly noted. They depict the head of the god Pan (a pun on the name of the city) and on the reverse the griffin that Herodotos describes as being the guardian of the remote sources of gold.

 

Stima e hammer a sei cifre! Rispettivamente $100000 e $117500. 

 

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Torniamo sulla Terra con questo bel bronzo (Gorny & Mosch 225).

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GRIECHEN 
TAURISCHE CHERSONES 
PANTIKAPAION 
AE (16,30g). ca. 325 - 310 v. Chr. Vs.: Satyrkopf mit Efeukranz n. l. Rs.: Π-A-N, Stierkopf n. l. Mac Donald, Bosporus 65. Grüne Patina, gutes ss

 

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Bronzo ai tempi di Mitridate Eupatore (Gorny & Mosch 170).

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GRIECHEN 
TAURISCHE CHERSONES
PANTIKAPAION. AE (13,73g). Zeit des Mitradates Eupator, 79 - 65 v. Chr. Vs.: Büste des Dionysos mit Efeukranz und geschultertem Thyrsos n. r. Rs.: Köcher und Monogramm. Mac Donald, Bosporus 46. Schwarzbraune Patina, ss

 

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Statere da 3'250'000 USD (The New York Sale, Auction XXVII).

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The Prospero Collection of Ancient Greek Coins. BLACK SEA REGION. Pantikapaion (c.350-300 B.C.), Gold Stater, 9.12g. Head of bearded satyr facing, inclined slightly to the left, with long dishevelled hair and pointed horse’s ear. Rev. Π-A-N , winged griffin standing to left, with its horned head facing, its right forepaw raised, holding a spear in its jaws, a large grain-ear below on which the griffin stands (Locker Lampson 122 (ex Grand Duke Alexander Mikhailovich collection) = Gulbenkian 583 (these dies); Gulbenkian 584 (this obverse die), 580 (this reverse die); K. Regling, ‘Der Griechische Goldschatz von Prinkipo’, ZfN XLI, 1931, 165 (this obverse die); BM Principal Coins III. B, 1, pl. 21, 1; Jameson 2143). One small area of softness at top of the head, otherwise well-struck and extremely fine, fantastic style, one of the greatest and most admired of all ancient Greek coins, a true masterpiece and incredibly rare, a coin of the highest importance . Purchased from Bank Leu Ltd., Zurich, 1991

The facing head Pantikapaion gold stater, among the most spectacular numismatic objects to survive from the classical world, is one of the greatest pinnacles of ancient Greek numismatic art. The opportunity to acquire an example is seldom encountered by numismatists. Godfrey Locker Lampson, whose example was struck from the same dies as this coin, provides us with his own inspired account of the obverse: “The head of the satyr is a marvel of speaking portraiture. That so much expression could be packed into so small a round would not be believed by any one who had not seen it....If a single coin had to be selected from those described in these pages, as by the greatest of all die-engravers, whoever he may have been, whose work had lasted to the present day, the writer would choose this one. Its creator has left no name behind him, but none but a consummate artist of remarkable and original genius could have produced this unforgettable and amazing little gem.” (Locker Lampson Collection (foreword, p. vii)). The example from the Locker Lampson Collection is now in the Gulbenkian Collection, where it resides together with two other similar examples, one of which shares the same obverse die. The Greek colony of Pantikapaion was founded in the seventh century B.C. by the Milesians and, by the fourth century, the city had amassed considerable wealth through its exports of grain. The griffin on the reverse of this coin is seen standing upon a grain-ear, symbolic of its importance to the financial well-being of the city. The issue of gold staters, this three-quarter facing head example being one of the most important, was a manifestation of the wealth of Pantikapaion. US$ 650,000

 

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Altro esemplare dello statere precedente.

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v578 Berlin 18203032
9.09 g   17-18 mm

 Da http://www.hourmo.eu/22_Crimea_&_Cimmerian_Bosporus/Pantikapaion/Images_Pantikapaion_081-1.html

Peso e diametro espressi come Dio comanda: valore numerico (naturalmente noi usiamo la virgola invece del punto come separatore decimale) seguito dal simbolo dell’unità di misura. Un eventuale punto dopo il simbolo non fa parte di esso ma chiude la frase.

Chissà mai che fra un'ora e mezzo, entrati nel nuovo anno, ci possa essere un adeguamento generale alle regole della nostra lingua nell'esprimere i dati ponderali e dimensionali di una moneta.

 

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Statere di Farnace (NAC 77).

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Greek Coins 
Kings of Bosporus, Pharnaces circa 63 – 46 
Stater, Panticapaeum 51-50 (year 245), AV 8.23 g. Diademed head r. Rev. BA
ΣIΛEΩΣ / BAΣIΛE - ΩN Apollo seated l., holding laurel branch in extended r. hand over tripod, l. arm resting on kithara at his side; behind, EMΣ (245) / ivy leaf. Below, MEΓAΛOY ΦAPNAKOY. Golenko-Karyszowski, NC 1972, p. 37, 10 (these dies) and pl. 2, 10. A. N. Zograph, Ancient Coinage, part II, pl. XLIV, 3. Very rare. Well struck on a large flan and extremely fine Privately purchased in 1998. As Rome sought to tighten its authority over the lands it had inherited in 133 B.C. from the last Pergamene king, Attallus III, and even to expand its reach, there were a few formidable kings and numerous petty rulers who had to be reckoned with. Chief among them was the Pontic King Mithradates VI (120-63), who caused so much devastation to Romans, their property, and their political interests for such a prolonged period that his infamy equalled that of Hannibal. Finally, in 63 B.C. options for Mithradates VI had expired, and the king who with such pride had throughout his life immunized himself against poisons committed suicide by consuming a lethal dose of poison, which seemingly was followed up with a sword thrust. This courageous and resourceful king seems to have been pushed to the brink by the betrayal of his son Pharnaces II, who in exchange for this act had been assured the throne of the Cimmerian Bosporus. His new allies, the Romans, declared him and his subjects ‘friends and allies of the Roman people’ (amicorum et socium populi Romani). Though he had gained his throne through treachery against his father, in collusion with a sworn enemy, Pharnaces ruled for seventeen years, and on his coinage he unashamedly uses the title ‘Great King of Kings.’ No other Pontic or Bosporan king had done so, and his successor, Asander (47-22 B.C.), reverted to the title ‘King’. Pharnaces’ portraits are modeled after those of the Macedonian king Alexander III, yet that was a tradition he inherited from his father, and it cannot necessarily be seen as an individual trait. Pharnaces is described in the ancient sources as treacherous, power-hungry and haughty. Though a roman client king, he had inherited from his father a desire for conquest, and he invaded Asia Minor, via Colchis, while Pompey and Julius Caesar were at war. His betrayal was rewarded by Caesar with a crushing defeat at Zela in 47 B.C., after which he famously stated: “I came, I saw, I conquered.” Pharnaces was allowed by Caesar to continue his rule, and his life ended only after taking the field against the rebel-successor Asander. The Romans initially opposed Asander, but Octavian soon endorsed him as king. Stylistically, Pharnaces’ gold staters form a tightly knit group, and it is possible – even likely – that the same engraver produced every die for his staters. They are known only for a period of five years, dated to the years 243 to 247 of the Bithynian Era (55/4-51/0 B.C.). In their 1972 study of these staters, Golenko and Karyszkowski note: “We cannot refer to any circumstances in the internal history of the Bosporan kingdom which could be connected with the sudden appearance and then the unexpected cessation of the gold coins. ... The coins, therefore, seem to have been a mere political gesture rather than a thought-out economic enterprise.” Asander was far more assertive with his coinage, issuing staters dated by his regal years rather than to the Bithynian Era; he is known to have issued them in all four of his years as Archon (1-4) and for all but four of his over twenty years as King (5-29).

 

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Un tetradramma Apollo/Cavallo al pascolo in aste Busso Peus dei primi Anni 2000.

Dr. Busso Peus Nachfolger, Auction 366, lot 98, 29.10.2000

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Griechische Münzen
Taurischer Chersonesos
Pantikapaion.
No: 98 Schätzpreis/Estimation DM 5000,-
Tetradrachme 225/200 v. Chr. Kopf des Apollon mit Lorbeerkranz / Weidendes Pferd. Zograph Pl. XLI, 15. 15,54 g.
Selten Sehr schön

 

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Dr. Busso Peus Nachfolger, Auction 368, lot 71, 25.04.2001

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GRIECHISCHE MÜNZEN
TAURISCHER CHERSONESOS
PANTIKAPAION.
No: 71 Schätzpreis/Estimation DM 5000.-
Tetradrachme 225/200 v. Chr. Kopf des Apollon mit Lorbeerkranz / Weidendes Pferd. Zograph XLI, 15. 15,54 g.
Selten Sehr schön

 

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Dr. Busso Peus Nachfolger, Auction 376, lot 213, 29.10.2003

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GRIECHISCHE MÜNZEN (GREEK COINS) 
-Taurischer Chersonesos 
-Pantikapaion
213.
Tetradrachme 225/215 v. Chr. Kopf des Apollon / Weidendes Pferd. Zograph, pl. XLI, 15. 15.54 g. Sehr selten Sehr schön
Schätzung (estimation): 2500,-- EUR

 

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Dr. Busso Peus Nachfolger, Auction 382, lot 104, 26.04.2005

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GRIECHISCHE MÜNZEN (GREEK COINS) 
-Taurischer Chersonesos 
-Pantikapaion
104.
Tetradrachme 225/215 v. Chr. Kopf des Apollon / Weidendes Pferd. Zograph, pl. XLI, 15. 15.54 g. Sehr selten Sehr schön
Schätzung (estimation): 1500,-- EUR

 

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