The themes of the Phoenician-Punic religious tradition occupy a secondary place in the monetary typology of the Punic cities of Sicily, while, outside the borders of the region, especially in the areas closest to Africa, they retain a prominent place: the case of Cossura, today Pantelleria, is emblematic. The emissions of the island, in fact, still in Roman times, present religious symbols of Phoenician-Punic tradition, demonstrating the persistence of the original cultural and religious identity even after the Roman conquest (217 BC)

Lavinia Sole (2002). L’iconografia religiosa fenicia nelle emissioni puniche della Sicilia: il caso di Cossura. TRANSEUPHRATÈNE., 23, 77-87.

L’iconografia religiosa fenicia nelle emissioni puniche della Sicilia: il caso di Cossura

Lavinia Sole
2002-01-01

Abstract

The themes of the Phoenician-Punic religious tradition occupy a secondary place in the monetary typology of the Punic cities of Sicily, while, outside the borders of the region, especially in the areas closest to Africa, they retain a prominent place: the case of Cossura, today Pantelleria, is emblematic. The emissions of the island, in fact, still in Roman times, present religious symbols of Phoenician-Punic tradition, demonstrating the persistence of the original cultural and religious identity even after the Roman conquest (217 BC)
Settore L-ANT/04 - Numismatica
La Transeuphratène à l'époque perse. Religions, croyances, rites et images
Paris
30-31 mars, 1er avril 2000
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Lavinia Sole (2002). L’iconografia religiosa fenicia nelle emissioni puniche della Sicilia: il caso di Cossura. TRANSEUPHRATÈNE., 23, 77-87.
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