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What I Like About Ancient Coins Widow's Mite Plate E. The V from the girdle to the side line (as E 9) begins in the 12th dynasty (after c. The diagonal line from the girdle to the side (as E 4) begins under Thothmes III (ruled c. The loop on the girdle (as E 17 and F 20) does not begin till Rameses II (ruled c. Forms of the lunate head from the bottom of plate E are shown below. Crescent line on the head, on about one in thirty of all periods; but one in eight in the Ethiopian and Saite age.

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On the basis of these various distinctions twenty-three classes may be formed, which can almost always be quickly distinguished so as to find any given type.

The details of workmanship which may also serve for distinctions are: (1) the feather pattern on the edge to imitate the hairy legs; (2) the head of lunate form, or (3) deep form, or (4) merging into the clypeus; (5) notched clypeus; (6) smooth clypeus; (7) V-shaped marks at the top of the elytra; (8) curling lines on back.

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