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English: Stater of Nectanebo II (360-342 BC); Kestner museum, Hannover.
Two hieroglyphs: the nfr, for beauty, and the gold. Combined the two hieroglyphs state: Gold-Beautiful, or "Fine Gold" !, (Beautiful Gold)
Deutsch: Stater Nektanebos' II. (360-342 v. Chr.); Kestner-Museum, Hannover


9 July 2006


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