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ID:     77000078
     [UNVERIFIED]
Type:     Greek
Region:     THRACE
City:     Tauric Chersonesos
Issuer:     Chersonesos
Date Ruled:     Mid 4th century BC
Metal:     Bronze
Denomination:     AE24
Struck / Cast:     struck
Date Struck:     BC Mid 4th century
Diameter:     24 mm
Weight:     8.94 g
Die Axis:     1 h
Obverse Description:     Artemis Parthenos seated right on cippus, inspecting an arrow she holds with both hands; to right forepart of stag standing right
Reverse Legend:     ΧΕΡ
Reverse Description:     Bull butting left on horizontal club; all within shallow incuse circle
Primary Reference:     Anokhin, Khersonesa 8
Reference2:     SNG BM Black Sea 709
Reference3:     SNG Stancomb 456
Reference4:     SNG Cop -
Photograph Credit:     Classical Numismatic Group
Source:     http://www.cngcoins.com/Coin.aspx?CoinID=114501
Grade:     Good VF, dark green, almost black, patina
Notes:     Sale: Triton XI, Lot: 78 Exceptional for issue. From the Christopher Morcom Collection.SNG BM describes Artemis as removing the arrow from the stag, but it is clear from this well-preserved specimen that Artemis is actually inspecting the arrow. This is most apparent in the careful engraving of the goddess’ fingers, whose positions on the arrow are in keeping with the correct form for testing the straightness of the arrow.