Kings of Persis Bracelet
Authentic Persepolis coins minted circa 1st century B.C. set in 18K yellow gold.
Handmade in Rome.
Available on back-order
Home to the Persians, the principality of Persis emerged in the 8th century B.C. as a satrapy of Elam. It was located in southeastern Iran fronting on the Persian Gulf. The kings of Persis retained a degree of autonomy under the Parthians, due primarily to their role as the guardians of Zoroastrianism. The last king of Persis, Ardeshir V, fomented a successful revolt against the Parthians and became the first Sasanian king.
Coins of Persis were made for local use only, and were struck in small numbers. They have always been scarce and rare, and still are.
- Ancient silver coins
- 18K Yellow Gold
- Due to the unique process of hand carving coins in ancient times, there may be a few stylistic differences from the image shown.
- Coins Ø 8-9mm
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Depicted on the Coin
Obverse: Bearded bust left, wearing diadem and Parthian-style tiara.
Reverse: Bust left, with short beard, wearing diadem with four ties.
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