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Greek Syracuse Pegasus Apollo 336-317 BC Bronze (054)

Sale price$1,625.00
Description

Dark bronze Pegasus from Syracuse, Sicily  with Apollo on the back of the pendant

Dated: 336-317 BC

Bronze coin is 20mm in a hand crafted 18kt recycled gold mount.

With Certificate of Authenticity.

Chain is available separately.  See Chains

Story

Pegasus was known as a gentle, helpful creature who because of his devotion, Zeus granted immortality by turning him into a constellation.  Because of his ability to fly, Pegasus is often associated with divine inspiration and the immortality of the soul.

Apollo is the Olympian god of the sun and light, music and poetry, healing and plagues, prophecy and knowledge, order and beauty, archery and agriculture.
Description

Dark bronze Pegasus from Syracuse, Sicily  with Apollo on the back of the pendant

Dated: 336-317 BC

Bronze coin is 20mm in a hand crafted 18kt recycled gold mount.

With Certificate of Authenticity.

Chain is available separately.  See Chains

Story

Pegasus was known as a gentle, helpful creature who because of his devotion, Zeus granted immortality by turning him into a constellation.  Because of his ability to fly, Pegasus is often associated with divine inspiration and the immortality of the soul.

Apollo is the Olympian god of the sun and light, music and poetry, healing and plagues, prophecy and knowledge, order and beauty, archery and agriculture.