Tyche On a Golden Double Shekel

Illustration

Liana Miate
by RomanDeckert
published on 11 November 2022

Golden double shekel from Tyre in today's Southern Lebanon, dated 104/103 BCE, two decades after the Phoenician city regained its independence from the fading Seleucid Empire, depicting the head of deity Tyche (Fortuna), wearing a crown of towers and a veil, on display at the Bode Museum, Berlin.

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