Kralja Tomislava 10

Sisak, Hrvatska

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OPIS: Nakit i stakleni predmeti imaju interpolirane kopije originalnog rimskog novca kovanog u antičkoj Sisciji. Siscia je latinski naziv Siska u Rimskom Carstvu od 1. do 5. st., kada je ovaj grad bio i središte provincije Panonija Savije. Ovdje se od vladavine cara Galijana u drugoj polovici 3. st. do kraja 4. st. kovao zlatni, srebrni i brončani rimski novac s oznakama SIS ili SISC na poleđini svake kovanice ispod likova koji su vezani uz bitne događaje ili rimsku mitologiju, dok je na prednjici lik cara, s njegovim imenom i titulama.

The jewellery and glass vessels have copies of the original Roman coins, made in ancient Siscia, interpolated. Siscia is the Latin name of Sisak in the Roman Empire from the 1st to the 5th century, when this town was the center of Roman Province Pannonia Savia. Here, from the regin of Emperor Gallienus in the second half of the 3rd to the 4th century, gold, silver and bronze Roman money was coined, with the sign SIS or SISC on the back side of each coin below the figures related to prime events of Roman mythology whilst on the front side having the figure of the Emperor, with his name and titles.

170.00 kn