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*GREECE ~ Silver didrachm Eretria, p. 500-480 BC Obverse: Cow, symbol of the island of Evia. Reverse: Octopus (x 4).Athens Numismatic Museum Source: "GREEK ART - ANCIENT COINS" Mantis Economidou | Editorial Athens | 1996

* Euboea is one of Aegean islands Etruscans took refrugee on the way to Etruria. Stater from Eretria on Euboea: On the reverse is a stylized squid, The COW is a common emblem of Eretria (N. from Jan: that's pretty clearly an octopus not a squid)