A Solid Silver .925 reproduction coin from ancient Sicily circa 400 BCE.
This decadrachm features the signature of Euainetos on the reverse.
The woman is Arethusa, a nymph and a Nereid (daughter of Nereus).
To protect her from unwanted attention, Artemis transformed her into a spring, and she became a fountain on the island of Ortygia in Syracuse.
Her image is a common one on ancient Sicilian coins.
The coin can be worn as a stunning pendant. £75.
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Nov 10, 2018