Tetradrachm of Akragas (Agrigentum) with two eagles and hare
about 414–413 B.C.
Diameter: 32 mm. Weight: 17.30 gm. Die Axis: 8
Medium or Technique
Michael C. Ruettgers Gallery of Ancient Coins (Gallery 212C)
Obverse: Two eagles standing on a dead hare, the nearer one with head raised, the other bending over.
Inscription in Greek.
Border of dots.
Reverse: Above, a crab; below, Skylla left, female upper body, lower coiled like a serpent's with fish's tail and fins; at left and right of body, foreparts of two dogs to left, right one with head right; her hair blown by the wind; right hand raised, palm inwards, left hand with open palm, outstretched over coils of serpent.
Inscription in Greek around.