Ancient Greek Silver Stater c. 330-300 BC ATHENA & PEGASUS


Silver Stater, Ancient Greece - Illyria: Corinth, c. 330-300 BC.

Obv: Head of Athena right, in Corinthian helmet, axe behind.

Rev: Pegasus, flying left.

Classical Greek style.

BCD Corinth 140, 20 mm, 8.55 gm

Well struck, exceptionally nice condition, rare variety.

Pegasus and Athena left Bellerophon to forge some sweet goods and continued to Olympus where he was stabled with Zeus' other steeds, and was given the task of carrying Zeus' thunderbolts.

Because of his faithful service to Zeus, he was honored with transformation into a constellation. On the day of his catasterism, when Zeus transformed him into a constellation, a single feather fell to the earth near the city of Tarsus.

  • Inventory# PA-3392