Tyche Goddess of Luck and Fortune Greek Coins Greek Mythology (6-G)

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Seller: Top-Rated Seller fleet_pete (2,777) 100%, Location: Denver, Colorado, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 183522719246 Change your Luck! Tyche and the Owl Coin (400 – 350 BC) Greek Goddess of Luck and Fortune. Tyche Goddess of Luck and Fortune Greek Coins Greek Mythology (6-G) Click images to enlarge Description Change your Luck! Tyche and the Owl: (400 – 350 BC) Greek Goddess of Luck and Fortune. Size: 18.3 mm. OBVERSE: The head of Tyche, wearing turreted stephanos and rolled hair. REVERSE: is an owl facing with wings spread. AI & AN across the field and PEIRA underneath. Tyche (pronounced tee-chee) is the Greek goddess of luck and fortune. Although she was a daughter of Zeus and Aphrodite. she was reputed to be quite irresponsible. She preferred to run about juggling a ball than to carry the Cornucopia filled with golden fruit, instead entrusting the task to her assistant Plutus. She was usually honored in a more favorable light as Eutykhia, goddess of good fortune, luck, success and prosperity. The first set of dice ever made were found in Tyche's temple. The Greek Palamedes, was thought to have created the first pair of dice during the battle of Troy in 484bc. and dedicated them to Tyche. The dice perhaps indicate the capriciousness of life and luck and the fickle manner in which she decided the fortunes of mortals. "Fortune" has a broader implication than material wealth. It is also intrinsically connected to the vagaries of fate and the degree of luck one encounters in life. On another plane again, it is also about the growth of our spiritual, physical, mental selves, and those of our neighbors. Increasingly during the Hellenistic period, cities venerated their own specific iconic version of Tyche, wearing a mural crown (a crown like the walls of the city). This image is on the front or obverse of this coin. The constellation of Virgo is sometimes identified as the heavenly figure of Tyche. The Romans were inspired by the myths related to deity Tyche of the Greeks and created the Goddess Fortuna, who also represented luck, fortune and “concept” in life. If you enjoy ancient history or want to introduce your children to Greek and Roman mythology these coins and pendants cuff links make great gifts for birthdays, graduations and holidays. They are high quality at a very reasonable cost. THESE ARE NOT ANCIENT COINS. They are made of the highest quality, Lead & Nickel Free Pewter and plated in real Gold or Antique Silver Finish. They are accurately detailed and have been molded from Museum Quality Reproductions. PLEASE SEE ALL MY ITEMS by clicking on ftetepete on the right side of all my listings. Seller information Fleetpete (2537 *) 100% Positive feedback Pictures sell! Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing.250+ Listing Templates! Auctiva gets you noticed! The complete eBay Selling Solution. Track Page Views WithAuctiva's FREE Counter Condition: NEW: Finest lead and nickel FREE pewter. Antique Silver Finish or 24K Gold Plate. Chains are Surgical Grade Stainless Steel. Gold chains are 24K Gold Plate.

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