Curved Bull Potin.


The Cantiaci (perhaps ‘land of the assembly men’), may have comprised four tribes occupying Kent (KE), centred on the Weald and rivers Stour, Medway and Darent. Diviciacos, king of the Suessiones, c.90-70 BC, may have held territory here. Caesar mentions four kings: Cingetorix, Carvilios, Taximagulos and Segovax, c.60-54 BC. Coins minted at the capital, Durovernum (Canterbury), Duno, Sego, and maybe Durobrivae (Rochester).


Curved Bull. Holman B3/2-4c. c.115-100 BC. Cast potin unit. 18-20mm. 2.06g. Linear head facing right with neckline and eye ring./ Linear bull facing right, exergual line below with one rear leg joining the tail to the exergual line. Tail sweeps up over body, both front legs present. ABC 150, VA 108-1, BMC 711. Nr VF/Fine, bold head, bull clearly visible.  EXTREMELY RARE. Found Cobham, Kent, 2010-2019.                                                                                       Was £100. Now only £85


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