Addenda k typom keltských mincí z oppida Hradiště u Stradonic
|Keywords||Celtic coins, imports, La Tène culture, Hradiště oppidum near Stradonice (Beroun District) [CZ], Central Bohemia|
|Type of Article||Peer-reviewed|
|Citation||FRÖHLICH, Július. Addenda k typom keltských mincí z oppida Hradiště u Stradonic. Numismatické listy. Prague: National Museum, 2020, 75(1-4), 18–23. DOI: https://doi.org/10.37520/nl.2020.003. ISSN 0029-6074. Also available from: https://publikace.nm.cz/en/periodicals/numismaticke-listy/75-1-4/addenda-k-typom-keltskych-minci-z-oppida-hradiste-u-stradonic|
The documented three coins, until now unrecorded among the finds from the Hradiště near Stradonice, extend the range of Celtic coin types that were imported to this oppidum from the west. The first one, an unusual stater of the Kellner I B type, is important in the Czech area since most of the coins from the Regenbogen-Schusselchen group found at the Stradonice oppidum are subaerates. The second specimen, a quarter-quinar, probably belonging to the quinars of the so-called Prague type, is an extremely rare coin which can be classified as belonging to this group based on the image of a stylized horse on the reverse. These coins were probably brought to the Stradonice oppidum from the Thuringian area in present-day Germany. The third and last small silver coin of the ‘mit strengem Gesicht’ type represents a rather unique issue imported to the Czech territory from the area of southern Germany and, together with the above-mentioned coins, it attests to the trade contacts maintained by the population of the Hradiště oppidum with merchants from the territories of today’s Germany from the middle of the 2nd to the middle of the 1st centuries B.C.