South Ferriby Boar silver unit
The Corieltauvi ‘army of the broad land’ were a large north-eastern tribe between the rivers Trent, Nene and Humber, focused primarily on Lincolnshire and extending into Northamptonshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire and Yorkshire. Centres at Old Sleaford (mint-site), Dragonby, Lincoln (Lindo, ‘lake river’) and Leicester (Ratae, ‘ramparts’).
South Ferriby Boar. Rich Type 22. c.55-45 BC. Silver unit. 8-13mm. 0.65g. Boar right with upturned snout, beaded ring and ringed-pellet above./ Horse right, belted neck and belly. ABC 1800, VA 875-1, 875-2, BMC 3214-15, S 397. VF, toned, clear boar. Ex Ted Griffiths collection. Was £75. Now only £45
The definitive guide to the boar horse silver units of the Corieltauvi tribe is Boar Horse by Matthew Rich available from Chris Rudd £15 + p&p.
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