Dobunni Costwold Eagle Type Silver AR Unit Celtic Coin

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Dobunni Costwold Eagle Type Silver AR Unit Celtic Coin
Dobunni Costwold Eagle Type Silver AR Unit Celtic Coin
Dobunni Costwold Eagle Type Silver AR Unit Celtic Coin
Dobunni Costwold Eagle Type Silver AR Unit Celtic Coin
Dobunni Costwold Eagle Type Silver AR Unit Celtic Coin
Dobunni Costwold Eagle Type Silver AR Unit Celtic Coin

Dobunni Costwold Eagle Type Silver AR Unit Celtic Coin
British Iron Age, DOBUNNI, uncertain rulers, silver Unit, Cotswold Eagle type, moon-head right with saltire oncheek, rev. Triple-tailed horse left, ornaments above, five-petalledflower below, 0.88g (ABC 2018; BMC 2963-7; VA 1045; S 377). Very fine, excellent toning. Next to these [the Silures] are the Dobuni, and their town Corinium 1800 54┬░10? Above quote from the Geographia of Ptolemy II. The Dobunni tribe occupied territories encompassing the modern counties of Gloucester, Avon, west Oxfordshire, north Somerset, along with parts of southern Hereford & Worcester and Warwickshire. Theywere a non-Belgic people occupying impressive hillforts with some Belgic influences.
Dobunni Costwold Eagle Type Silver AR Unit Celtic Coin