349- Tingis, Tangier (Morocco) - Semis, 2nd century BC. D - Rare.
Bearded virile head facing right. / Three vertical spikes. Below, among them, Punic legend (TTGA).
(Tangier, Morocco). Ancient city, which was taken by Sertorio in 81 BC, after which it was issued with a Latin legend. It was the capital of Mauritania Tingitana.
It could be considered an almost Hispanic currency, since it belongs to the so-called "Círculo del Estrecho", a commercial network of closely related cities of which the most important was Gadir, Cádiz.
Composition: Bronze. Weight: 3.85 g. Diameter: 17 mm.
Very good coin. From my point of view, of VF quality. See the photos for a better assessment.
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- Tingis, Tánger (Marruecos)
- Anno / Periodo e Variazione
- Semis de bronce - siglo II a.C.- Rara