Silver Naxos Tetradrachm of Alexander III Set 18kt Gold Pendant Circa 430-415 BC
Kings of Macedonia, Alexander III, Circa 430-415 BC Head of Dionysus right, wearing taenia decorated with ivy-tendrils, hair and beard in loose array. ΝΑΞΙΟΝ Silenus squatting facing, head left, holding cantharos and thyrsos; to left, stem of ivy. Dionysus is also called Bacchus and is the Greek god of the vine, wine and mystical delirium. He is the son of Zeus and Semele On a modern black lacquered silver chain with 18K gold clasp. Part diameter: about 3,4cm - Chain length: 59cm.
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