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3130005
313, Lot: 5. Estimate $100.
Sold for $70. This amount does not include the buyer’s fee.

APULIA, Arpi. Circa 275-250 BC. Æ (20mm, 7.76 g, 12h). Poullos, magistrate. Bull butting right / [A]PΠIANOY, horse galloping right. HN Italy 645; SNG ANS 641. VF, brown patina, flaw on horse.


From HN Italy (p. 77): The presence of coins of this issue in the Morino hoard (IGCH 1995 = Crawford, RRCH 54) and the Italy, 1862 hoard (IGCH 2005 = Crawford, RRCH 28), buried c. 240-230, shows that they circulated in worn condition beside the ROMANO issues. It seems likely that the Poullos whose name is on this issue is the father of the Dazos who defected to Hannibal. The change of ethnic to a genetive singular seems to have occurred just before the first Punic War.