Ancient Greek bronze coin:
Obverse: full bodied horse prancing, looks to have a rider
Reverse: possibly the profile of a man's face
seems to have been smashed or run over by something heavy at one point, it is flattened out, without a perfect circular shape and the design on it is very faint
This coin is from the Thessalian League in Ancient Greece. It dates from 196-146 BCE and is made out of bronze
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Coin, National Hellenic Museum, https://collections.nationalhellenicmuseum.org/Detail/objects/10273. Accessed 11/23/20.