Iconography
HISTORY
Ancient
LysanderBattle of Aegospotamoi
PORTRAITS
Commanders, soldiers, etc
Commanders Ancient GreeceLysander (d. 395 BC)
SECULAR ICONOGRAPHY
Allegories and personifications A-Z
Victory (Victoria)Personification
Coins
Ancient Rome Vespasian
Further details
Cast silver medal; inscription obverse: ΛΥΣΑΝΔΡΟΥ ΛΑ ΚΩΝΟΣ; on reverse a ship, drawn through the sea by two hippocamps; on its prow stands a winged Victory, holding a wreath and a sceptre; inscription, in field: ΝΙΚΗ ΝΗΙΤΗϹ
ARTIST/CREATOR
Belli, Valerio (c1468-1546)
DATE
1530s circa
LOCATION
London, British Museum (Dept. of Coins & Medals) (BM. 1906-11-3-996)
Notes on photograph
COLLECTION
Corpus of Medals
BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION
P. Attwood, Italian Medals c. 1530-1600, London 2003, v. I, p. 217, no. 357a; v. II, pl. 77
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