Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by Collecting Nut, Apr 11, 2021.
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I don't know. Maybe one of the ancients members can I'd it to answer your question. I think it's sometime before BC.
But the deer and the bee makes it from ancient Epheze, modern day Turky:
Picture from CNG:
18 mm. 2,87 gr.
Bee and stag.
According to CNG: 'A series of tesserae, or tokens, was produced at the cult center of Ephesos during the Hellenistic period and later. The legends generally cannot be translated and are probably, for the most part, meaningless mystical formulae'.
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