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2017 | 6 | 15-20
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Notes on Timarchos’ Iconography: Dioscuri Type

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The paper deals with the iconography of Timarchos’ ‘Dioscuri coinage’. The remarkable feature of these coins is that this coin type is nearly to be identical to that one of Greco-Bactrian king Eukratides I. The analysis of the stylistics shows the peculiar way of Timarchos’ iconography. Additionally, the ‘Dioscuri motif’ could have stressed the partnership between two rulers.
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6
Pages
15-20
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printed
2017-08-08
Contributors
  • Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow)
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Publication order reference
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ISSN
2299-2464
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.desklight-057ac564-11c3-45b8-96c3-8ad0f23b717e
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