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Greek. Silver Coin. Minted in Eretria (on the island of Euboea). c. 500-480 BC.

Obverse: A cow scratches its head with its hoof, while a swallow perches on its back

Reverse: An octopus in an incuse square.

British Museum.

(Source: britishmuseum.org)

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