PAS BH-854595 -
An Iron Age copper-alloy flat linear class II potin dating to the period 60-45 BC (Holman G3/6-1a and Allen type P1). Obverse: stylised linear head of Apollo facing right, formed by a circular border with two concave indentations to form the nose and a large ring and dot in the centre to form the eye and neckline below. Reverse: stylised linear butting bull, indeterminate direction, with one crescent above and an exergual line below, and a single central pellet. 15mm diameter, 1.32g weight. A metal detector find from Wallington in north Herts.
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