Epaticcus Eagle silver unit


For much of the first century BC/AD the Regini and Atrebates ‘the settlers’ appear to have been in alliance and issued similar coins at different mint sites.


Epaticcus Eagle. c.AD 20-40. Silver unit. 11mm. 1.19g. Herculean bust of Epaticcus right, wearing lionskin headdress, EPATI in front, beaded border./ Spread-winged Roman eagle, head turned to left, talons clutching S-shaped snake, ringed-pellet above, beaded border. ABC 1346, VA 580, BMC 2024-293, S 356. Near EF, bright silver, sharp eagle.                            Was £300. Now only £220

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