Tetradrachm: Head of Young Herakles, r., with Lion Skin (obverse)

336–323 BCE
Location: not on view
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Alexander the Great claimed descent from Herakles and Zeus, picturing them both on his coinage.
Tetradrachm: Head of Young Herakles, r., with Lion Skin (obverse)

Tetradrachm: Head of Young Herakles, r., with Lion Skin (obverse)

336–323 BCE

Greek, Macedonian, minted at Amphipolis (Macedonia), reign of Alexander III [The Great]

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