DANUBIAN CELTS, billon tetradrachm, 1st century BC


DANUBIAN CELTS, tetradrachm, no date (1st century BC), Obverse: head of Zeus R, Reverse: horseman L, infinity sign below, billon, 21mm, 9.2g, Kapostal type imitating Philip II of Makedon, Castelin-1274, Lanz-773, XF+

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Celts in Europe found that they liked the idea of coins and started making them themselves. Imitations of Greek and later Roman coins eventually developed into indigenous types.