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  Ancient Spain    >>  PHOENICIAN AND PUNIC   >>   Ituci
 
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Denomination :
As - Unit

Reference :
CNH pg. 108, 2
Burgos 1599


Obv :  Eight-pointed star above and crescent below between two grain-ears.
Rev :  ITVCI
Horseman galloping right, holding helmet, shield and spear.
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Denomination :
As - Unit

Reference :
CNH pg. 108, 2
Burgos 1599


Obv :  Eight-pointed star above and crescent below between two grain-ears.
Rev :  ITVCI
Horseman galloping right, holding helmet, shield and spear.
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Denomination :
As - Unit

Reference :
CNH pg. 108, 2
Burgos 1599


Obv :  Eight-pointed star above and crescent below between two grain-ears.
Rev :  ITVCI
Horseman galloping right, holding helmet, shield and spear.
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Denomination :
Quadrans - Quarter Unit

Reference :
CNH pg. 109, 12
Burgos 1609


Obv :  Grain ear.
Rev :  ITVCI
Tunny right, crescent above.
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Denomination :
As - Unit

Reference :
CNH pg. 109, 8
Burgos 1603


Obv :  Two wheat-ears, crescent and pellet above, four-pointed star below. A pellet between crescent and star.
Rev :  ITVCI
Helmeted horseman left, holding round shield and spear (pilum?)
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