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Celtic Minim of Verica

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Basic Information

Accession Number:1993C244
Collection:Antiquities - Ancient & Mediaeval Coins
Date:100 AD c - 100 AD c

Notes

By the first century AD the most advanced British Celtic tribes, those living in the south-east of Britain, had developed a very sophisticated currency, with a range of coins struck in gold, silver
and bronze. This small silver coin of Verica, ruler of the Atrebates, reflects the influence of Roman art in the horns of plenty and vase on the obverse and the eagle on the reverse.

Presented by the Friends of Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, 1993.

Further Information

Reign:Verica
Production Period:Celtic
Material(s):Silver
Denomination:Minim
Currency:Britain
Place of Origin:Britain
Place of Excavation:Wanborough - probably, Surrey, England

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Dimensions

Diameter:8.5 mm