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Object type coin
object_type QS:P31,Q41207
English: Double daric of Artaxerxes II, Babylonia, ca. 330–300 BC; obverse: Persian king running holding a bow.
Français : Double darique d'Artaxerxès II Memnon, Babylonie, v. 330-300 av. J.-C., droit : roi archer courant vers la droite.
Ελληνικά: Διπλός δαρεικός του Αρταξέρξη Β΄, που κόπηκε στη Βαβυλώνα περί το 330-300 π.Χ.· στη μία όψη ο Πέρσης βασιλιάς με τόξο.
Date between circa 330 and circa 300 BC
Medium gold
medium QS:P186,Q897
institution QS:P195,Q549143
Current location
Upper floor, larger room


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