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Greece has just published its annual numismatic programme. The official programme confirms that Greece will issue two €2 commemorative coins. Click on the text above to get access to the full programme.
(c) Central Bank of Greece
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seems that lefa is correct
i didnt know that Year 0 does not exist
Sorry, but year 0 don't exist.
-490+2500 = 2010 AD and -387+2400 = 2013 AD
The dates are all correct.
BTW, the 2010 Marathon 2500 anniversary coin was issued one year earlier as well.
490 BC + 1 + 2500 = 2011 AD
Plato's academy was founded at B.C. 387, so its 2400 year anniversary should be 2014, not 2013.
Almost everyone outside the history society makes this mistake. There is no Year A.D. 0 between Year A.D. 1 and Year B.C. 1, hence -387 + 1 + 2400 = 2014.
But I am totally ok to have the nice motif on the coin one year earlier. :-)
I sure hope that the subsequent press releases with dates of particular issues will follow shortly.
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