Tetradrachm Ancient Silver

INDO-SCYTHIANS Silver Tetradrachm of Azes I/II c. 58BC NGC Ancients -High Grade


INDO-SCYTHIANS Silver Tetradrachm of Azes I/II c. 58BC NGC Ancients -High Grade
INDO-SCYTHIANS Silver Tetradrachm of Azes I/II c. 58BC NGC Ancients -High Grade

INDO-SCYTHIANS Silver Tetradrachm of Azes I/II c. 58BC NGC Ancients -High Grade    INDO-SCYTHIANS Silver Tetradrachm of Azes I/II c. 58BC NGC Ancients -High Grade
NGC INDO-SCYTHIANS Azes I/II c. 58BC AR Tetradrachm HG - High Grade. Researchers currently theorize that the Magi may have served as envoys of the Indo-Scythian monarch Azes, who ruled over Bactria in Central Asia from 35 BC to AD 5, coinciding with the period of Christ's birth. Despite their significance, historical records provide scant details about this illustrious ruler, leaving scholars uncertain whether he should be designated as Azes I or Azes II. An exceptionally preserved silver drachm, dating back two millennia, portrays the king mounted on horseback, while the reverse features a depiction of the standing figure of Zeus. Certified Authentic and Encapsulated for Protection by NGC. You Will Receive the Same Type of Coin and Condition Shown, Certificate Number Will Vary As Stock Photos Are Used.
INDO-SCYTHIANS Silver Tetradrachm of Azes I/II c. 58BC NGC Ancients -High Grade    INDO-SCYTHIANS Silver Tetradrachm of Azes I/II c. 58BC NGC Ancients -High Grade