Ancient Coinage of Pannonia, Boii


Celtic Tribes of Central Europe, The Boii and subtribes. Originally from Cisalpine Gaul (northern Italy), and later Pannonia. Bohemia gets its name from the Boii.

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Dembski 597Pannonian Celts, Boii, Biatec, AR hexadrachm, mid to late first century BC. 17.05 g. Jugate heads of Honos, laureate and Virtus, helmeted, right, ivy leaf to right / BIATEC beneath rider, holding branch, on a hippogriff galloping right, ivy leaf in right field. Dembski 597; Goebl, Gross-Boier II/1.TextImage
Dembski 607Pannonian Celts, Boii, Biatec, AR hexadrachm, mid to late first century BC. 17.12 g. Bare-headed male head right / BIATEC beneath rider, holding branch, on a hippogriff galloping right. Dembski 607; Goebl, Gross-Boier II/4.TextImage
Dembski 748Pannonian Celts, Boii, Biatec, AR obol, ca 60 BC. 0.84 g. Star type. Bare head left / Horse trotting right, six-rayed star above. Dembski 748; OTA 393.TextImage
DLT 10058cfCeltic Pannonia, Boii AR Fraction. 1st Century BC. Horse standing left, torque below, half-moon and pellet above / uniface. TextImage
Jankow B1Eastern Celts, Boii. AV 1/8 stater. 10mm, 0.7 g. Bulged, convex shape, traces of a head? / Concave divided into twelve sections by two vertical and three horizontal lines. Janków type B1; Rudnicki 111-113.TextImage
Jankow B1 (2)Eastern Celts, Boii. AV 1/8 stater. 10.4 mm, 0.65 g. Bulged, convex shape, traces of a head ? / Concave divided into twelve sections by two raised vertical lines and three raised horizontal lines. Dot in lower half. Janków type B1 (2); Rudnicki 111-113 (2)TextImage
Kelske 15cfEastern Celts, the Boii AV Stater of Concave Fabric (5.30 gm). Hump with V-shaped protrusions / “Bird’s head” in circular incuse. Cf. Kolnikova, Kelske 15–16. TextImage
Kostial 79Eastern Celts, Boii. AR hexadrachm, 26 mm, 17.25 g. LATVMARVS type. Male bare head right with large curls, ivy leaf to left and right / LATVMARVS beneath rider on horseback galloping right, ivy leaf on a curved branch above. (The legend is often read as IANTVMARVS). Kostial 79; Goebl XII-1; Flesche 488.TextImage
Kostial 82Eastern Celts, Boii. AR hexadrachm, 25 mm, 17.06 g. NONNOS type. Male bare head right, laurel branch above / NONNOS (retrograde) beneath horseman right. Kostial 82; Goebl XIV-2; Flesche 489.TextImage
Lanz 62Pannonian Celts, Boii, Biatec, AE hexadrachm, mid to late first century BC. 16.86 g. Jugate heads of Honos, laureate and Virtus, helmeted, right, ivy leaf to right, scalloped border / BIATEC beneath rider, holding branch, on a hippogriff galloping right. Lanz 62-67; Paulsen 718-742; Dembski 595-600; CCCBM I 242.TextImage
Paulsen 48Eastern Celts, Boii AV Stater. Second century BC. Helmeted head of Athena right / Athena Alkis advancing left, brandishing spear and shield. TextImage
Paulsen 80Eastern Celts, Boii AV Third Stater. Second century BC. Helmeted head of Athena right / Athena Alkis advancing left, brandishing spear and shield. TextImage
Paulsen 88Eastern Celts, Boii AV Third State. Helmeted head of Athena right / Athena Alkis advancing left, brandishing spear and shield, dots on right replacing legend. Paulsen 88–93. Castelin 1140. Cf. Kostial 31–32. TextImage
Paulsen 182Pannonian Celts, Boii, AR obol, 60-80 BC. 0.98 g. "Athena Alkis" type. Male head right / Athena standing left, holding shield and wielding spear. Paulsen 182; LaTour 9484.TextImage
Paulsen 345cfEastern Celts, The Boii AV Stater. ca 60 BC. Muschel type. Irregular hump with oval depression / Mussel shell with ribbing in field above. TextImage
Paulsen 405Eastern Celts, The Boii AV Third Stater. ca 60 BC. Muschel type. Hump / Two mussel shells surrounded by zigzag and parallel lines. DLT 9456cf TextImage
Paulsen 532Eastern Celts, Boii. Early 1st century BC. AV Eighth Stater (0.83 gm). Irregular bulge / Rayed triangle; six pellets below. TextImage
Paulsen 620Pannonian Celts, Boii, Biatec, AR obol, mid to late first century BC. 0.37 g. Karlstein type. Bulged surface / Extremely stylized horse left. Paulsen 620-628; Dembski 771ff.TextImage
Paulsen 764Pannonian Celts, Boii, Monnos tribe, AR hexadrachm, 60-80 BC. 17.35 g. Diademed head right, wearing pearl necklace / NONNOS beneath horseman galloping right, head turned back, holding sword and palm branch. Paulsen 764-766; Goebl Gross-Boier, XIV/1a; CCCBM I 245-247.TextImage
Paulsen 786Pannonian Celts, Boii, Busu tribe, AR hexadrachm, 2nd century BC. 16.91 g. Diademed male head left, palm branch before head / BVSV beneath winged female centaur left, head turned right. Paulsen 786; Castelin 1161; Paris 10141.TextImage
Paulsen 998Eastern Celts, The Boii. Ca. 50 BC. AR fraction, Totfalu type. Laurel branch between two twisted lines, small facing head below between two scrolls / Celticized horse left, bird perched left on back, three parallel lines descending from horse’s belly. BMC 159–160. TextImage
Rauch 70-3Eastern Celts, The Boii, AV Stater. 2nd - 1st century BC. Star-shaped globule within wreath / Bird's head and double diamond figure in circular incuse. TextImage
Rauch 70-3cfEastern Celts, Boii AV Stater. Second-first century BC. Indistinct type (wreathed head?) / Bird's head. Concave fabric. TextImage
Rauch 97, 5Pannonian Celts, Boii, Biatec, AR obol, ca 60 BC. 0.90 g. Cales imitative type, imitating HN Italy 435. Bare head left / CALES to right of rooster standing right, eight-rayed star in left field. Unpublished. Rauch 97, 5.TextImage
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