Boviolles Diadem potin


The Leuci (‘bright ones’) were a Gallo-Belgic tribe between the Moselle and the Meuse in northeast France. Their capital was Tulum (modern Toul).


Boviolles Diadem. c.80-50 BC. Potin. 17mm. 2.07g. Diademed head left, fat cheek./ Boar left. LT—, BMC 398. Chipped and pin holed, otherwise EF, glossy dark patina, magnificent head, bold boar.                         Was £100. Now only £65 


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