Alexander The Great Greek Key Pattern Coin Pendant


Alexander the Great lifetime tetradrachm from Amphipolis, Macedonia, c. 336-326 BC

Greek key, also referred to as meander, is in its most basic form a linear pattern. The design is made up of a long, continuous line that repeatedly folds back on itself, mimicking the ancient Maeander River of Asia Minor with its many twists and turns.

Symbolizing infinity or the eternal flow of things.