Tri neznáme typy keltských mincí zo stredných Čiech / Three unknown types of the Celtic coins from central Bohemia
|Citace||FRÖHLICH, Július. Tri neznáme typy keltských mincí zo stredných Čiech / Three unknown types of the Celtic coins from central Bohemia. Numismatické listy. Praha: Národní muzeum, 2018, 73(3-4), 116-122. ISSN 0029-6074. Dostupné také z: https://publikace.nm.cz/periodicke-publikace/nl/73-3-4/tri-nezname-typy-keltskych-minci-zo-strednych-ciech-three-unknown-types-of-the-celtic-coins-from-central-bohemia|
Reportedly in 2018, three Celtic coins of unpublished types were found in the territory of central Bohemia. The first type is represented by a gold 1/8-stater, reportedly discovered on unknown location of the Kolín district. Its new iconography is confirmed by the reverse image of the sitting figure holding an object of the disc form in front and a stick bent in form of the reversed letter ‘U’. Based on the typological features, it is possible to judge that the coin was produced in horizon of the middle La Tène Period LT C1. Two remaining types of the Celtic coins are represented by one obol with image of standing bird (?) / horse and one obol with image of boar protoma (?) / horse. Both coins reportedly come from the south-east outer bailey of the Závist oppidum, and they were very likely produced during the late La Tène Period LT D1a.