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Coin type

Coin type: stater, Lejeune B6, Pautasso "Salassi" g
Description: obverse: small circle, three parallel lines, and triangle with grid pattern, reverse: decorated circle, legend within horizontal lines, and trident
Material (main component): gold
Average diameter: unknown
Average thickness: unknown
Average weight: unknown

Archaeological culture: unknown

Number of known pieces: 2
Area of circulation:
Mint / Main site: unknown
Coordinates (approx.): none

Coin legend

Idealised transliteration: ulkos 
Idealised original script: U dL dK dO2 dS d
Variant reading: U dL dK dO2 dS s
Position: back, centre
Direction of writing: dextroverse
Script: Lepontic Script"Lepontic Script" is not in the list (Greek script, Etruscan script, Latin script, North Italic script, Camunic script, none, unknown) of allowed values for the "script" property.
Letter height: 00 cm <br />0 in <br />
Number of letters: 5
Inscription type: unknown
Language: unknown
Syntactic analysis: unknown
Meaning: unknown

Alternative sigla: none

Sources: Pautasso 1966: 137 & 141-142 & pl. CVII (.6 & .8)
Lejeune 1971: 130


One coin was found between 1760 and 1764 on the Italian side of the pass Gran San Bernardo and was lost in 1839. The other one was found in Glarey (Wallis/Valais) and brought to the local count, – hence there was no further notice of it. [Pautasso 1966: 141-142]