My first couple of years into collecting I stumbled into ancients, and I found gorgoneion coinage to be an attractive piece of the ancient world. There was an old member on here, stainless/Anthony, that I developed a good friendship with at the time and that started my ancient bug. I periodically watch for the right pieces I want to add (at the right price) and found this on vcoins awhile back. I added it to my watch list and after a bit I received a notification that the seller reduced the price, and I jumped on it as I found it to be a great looking piece (even given part of the missing lizard on the reverse, but I find it to add to its charm). But anyways, TL;DR version, here’s the coin below Sicily, Kamarina, c. 420-405 BC. Æ Onkia (13mm, 1.5g, 6h). Facing gorgoneion. R/ Owl standing r., head facing, grasping lizard in talons; grain ear to r.; pellet in exergue. CNS III, 7; HGC 2, 552.