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Greek. 500BC-424BC. Silver. Minted in Acanthus (Macedon).
The obverse of a Silver coin, depicting a Lion attacking a bull with its teeth and claws. A tunny fish swims below them. 
(The British Museum)

Greek. 500BC-424BC. Silver. Minted in Acanthus (Macedon).

The obverse of a Silver coin, depicting a Lion attacking a bull with its teeth and claws. A tunny fish swims below them. 

(The British Museum)

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