Three Heads bronze unit


The Remi were a Celtic tribe of Gallia Belgica in the Champagne district of north-east France. Their capital was Durocortorum, present-day Reims on the Vesle river, in the Marne dept.


Three Heads. c.60-40 BC. Bronze unit. 14mm. 2.00g. Three heads left, RE[MO], beaded border./ Two horse chariot left, traces of REMO. LT 8040, BMC 53-65. Good F/F, grey-green patina, heads visible. Ex Don Lee collection.                                                                         Was £50. Now only £35 


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