IGCH 1891

Closing date: 460 B.C.
1891 Calabria (anc. Bruttium), 1833 
(180)
    Burial: c. 460 B.C. (Jenkins)
    Contents: 381 AR
    Taras: 1 incuse st.
            39 double-relief st. (rev. hippocamp 
        13; wheel 19; female hd. 7 fdc)
         Laus: 5 st. (1 incuse; 4 double-relief) 
         Metapontum: 86 st. (incl. dumpy incuse) 
         Poseidonia: 24 double-relief st. 
         Sirinus-Pyxus: 1 st.
    Sybaris: 13 st.
         Caulonia: 49 st. (13 incuse; 36 double-
        relief)
         Croton: 99 incuse st. (94 rev. tripod incl. 5 
        QΡΟ/ΤΕ; 2 rev. Cor. helmet; 3 rev, 
        eagle)
         Rhegium: 3 tetradr. (mule-car/hare) 
         Acragas: 1 didr.
         Gela: 1 tetradr.
         Messana: 23 tetradr. (mule-car/hare) 
         Syracuse: 36 tetradr.
    Disposition: dispersed
    Avellino, Opuscoli diversi 2 (Naples, 1833), pp. 85, 
        167
    Sambon, Recherches, p. 28
    Mommsen, Hist. de la monn. rom. 1 (Paris, 1865),
        p. 151
    Jenkins, Gela, p. 148
    The presence of a substantial number of 
        Sicilian issues suggests burial in the 
        neighborhood of Rhegium
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