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Bare head of Gallia to right, wearing long hair; to left, carnyx (Gallic trumpet)
Diana of Ephesus standing facing, with long hair and laurel wreath, holding spear in her left hand and placing her right on the head of a stag leaping to left.
Silver denarius of Roman Republic struck by Gens Hostilius Saserna in 48 BC in Rome. Female head behind carnix on obverse and Artemis on reverse. The ancient carnyx was a wind instrument of the Iron Age Celts
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