Phayllos Ring with helmet

On the Man 925/000 Silver Ring there are the reproduction of an ancient Greek helmet attributable to the Krotonian hero Phayllos (Faillo) and inscriptions in the Achaean alphabet showing a dedication to Zeus: Meilichios sweet as honey, taken from the middle of an anchor stump exhibited inside the archaeological museum of Capocolonna (Crotone), dating back to the 6th century BC. On the stem there is a texture that reproduces the statere of Crotone: the motif of the tripod, connoted as a Delphic for the characterization of the feet in the shape of a lion's paw, recalls the myth of the foundation of the city of Crotone on the basis of an answer given to the ecyst Miscello with the indications of the place where the new city should have risen.

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Anello Phayllos elmo (27871)
  • Anello Phayllos elmo (27871)
Silver Ring with helmet

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