Phallic Boar Normal silver unit


The Iceni were an alliance of four or five groups inhabiting much of East Anglia, including Norfolk, north Suffolk and north-east Cambridgeshire. Their most famous ruler, Boudica, led a revolt against the Romans in AD 60. Mint sites: Thetford, Saham Toney and Needham.


Phallic Boar. Normal. c.AD10-20. Silver unit. 11-15mm. 0.88g. Speared boar right with long bristles./ Horse right, wheel and pellets above, phallic motif below. ABC−, VA 659, BMC 3473-511, COI 64a, S 431. Good VF, bright silver, bristly boar. Found Paston, Norfolk.           Was £225. Now only £185

Coins of the Iceni (COI) has just been published by Chris Rudd (£20 + p&p) and is a comprehensive catalogue of 250 coin types, sub-types and variants of the coins of the Iceni c.55 BC-AD 47.

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