The CBd
Bonner 1951 on CBd-636
C. Bonner, Amulets Chiefly in the British Museum, Hesperia 20, 1951, 301-345, 301-345, no. 31.

Obv. Cock headed anguipede, head to r., short sword or dagger (not whip) in r. hand, on l. arm narrow oval shield with pointed ends, boss in center. Seven stars in field. The shield and the snake legs are outlined with punctures.

Rev. Three indistinct female figures, the middle one to front, the others in three quarter position to r. and l. Probably meant for Hecate triformis.

Bronze. Circular, diameter 25. Pierced for suspension.
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