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Rare Æ Sicily, Melita (Malta) 200-100 BC Copper Coin Aged with Oxidized Green Patina Isis Osiris Museum Reproduction CBRS0128


Hand-struck Æ Copper Coin (31.8mm, 19.10g.) Melita, Islands between Africa and Sicily, struck 200-100 B.C. under Roman rule. References: Calciati III p. 353, 7; SNG Cop VIII 463; SNG Dreer 607; Coleiro 3.

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Melite or Melita (present-day Mdina) Malta began as a Bronze Age settlement, which grew into the city Maleth under the Phoenicians, and became the administrative center of the island. The city fell to Rome in 218 B.C., and it remained part of the Roman and later the Byzantine Empire until 870 A.D., when it was destroyed by the Aghlabids. The city was then rebuilt and renamed Medina, giving rise to the present name Mdina. It remained Malta’s capital city until 1530. Only a few vestiges of the Punic-Roman city have survived. The most substantial are the ruins of the Domvs Romana, an aristocratic town house, in which a number of well-preserved mosaics and statues have been found. Sparse remains of other buildings and parts of the city walls have been excavated, but no visible remains of the city’s numerous temples, churches, and other public buildings survive.

Obverse side
Head of Isis left, wearing ureus-crown, symbol of Tanit before

Reverse side
Four-winged figure of Osiris kneeling left, holding flail and sceptre

A perfect choice for Numismatists, Historians, Military Veterans, Collectors.

Weight 19,1 g
Dimensions 31,8 mm


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