early greek geese
Peacocks on ancient and classical coinage
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Almandine stamp-seal; bezel shape; engraved with peacock walking to right; broken; chipped.
Cornelian stamp-seal; engraved with peacock feeding to right; chipped.
Articolo edito in Libro Aperto, rivista diretta da Antonio Patuelli, Annali Romagna 2014, anno XXXV (XX), supplemento n. 1 al n. 75, pp. 37-40. All’interno della Cattedrale di Ravenna sono custodit…
IC 188 Peacock made of gilded bronze from tomb of Hadrain, Vatican museum
With ring-handle; peacock on discus, and impressed leaf pattern on shoulder.
Female bust with a headdress in the form of a peacockSince the peacock was a symbol of the starry heavens and was sacred to Hera, the goddess Hera or a Ptolemaic princess in the guise of Hera may be represented here
IC 185 Eros and peacock terracotta C AD Aeolis Asia Minior
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