Ancient Coinage of Danube, Bartkranzavers



The term "Bartkranzavers" is a German word meaning "bearded, wreathed obverse" and refers to the image on the coins and not to a tribe of this name.
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CCCBM 62Celtic, Danube Region. The Bartkranzavers. Circa 1st Century BC. AE Tetradrachm (7.05 gm). Disjointed head of Zeus / Horse left, sun or shield above. Göbl OTA 26. TextImage
Dembski 1073Pannonia AR Tetradrachm, Bartkranzavers type, 2nd-1st. century BC. 14,17 g. Bearded, laureate head right / Horse right with two riders, one tall, one short; bird standing left before them. Dembski 1073; Kostial 410.TextImage
Dembski 1085aPannonia AR Tetradrachm, Bartkranzavers type, 2nd-1st. century BC. 14,24 g. Bearded, laureate head right / helmeted horseman on horseback trotting left, rudimentary tree to left, leaf ornament below. Dembski 1085a; Kostial 416; Goebl Ostkelten 129.TextImage
Gobl 26Celtic, Danube Region. Bartkranzavers. Ca 1st Century BC. AE Tetradrachm (7.05 gm). Disjointed head of Zeus / Horse left, sun or shield above. CCBMC 62; Göbl OTA 26. TextImage
See also:Search for Bartkranzavers at CoinArchives.com
Entry for Bartkranzavers on the Digital Historia Numorum
To view Bartkranzavers available from TimeLine Originals - www.time-lines.co.uk

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