587/583-547 or 546 BC. Heavy Gold Stater, 10.70g (12h). Obv: Forepart of roaring lion with wart on forehead facing forepart of bull. Rx: Two rough incuse squares. Berk, 100 Greatest Ancient Coins, 2008, p. 13, no. 1.
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