Published on Jan 10, 2017
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The Junius Maltby Coin of Freedom .999 Silver - Origins Junius Maltby
Published on Jan 17, 2017
The JUNIUS MALTBY Coin is nearly released. This video is another description of the origins of the idea, the symbols and history. Please take a journey yourself and discover the meaning behind this coin. By researching Marsyas and the symbol for "Amagi", you will be able to fully appreciate this coin. https://qualitysilverbullion.com/prod... SITE WHERE COINS WILL BE.
In 2013 (MMXIII) a youtube channel was started called the Junius Maltby Channel. Here, a community of individuals would come together to discuss precious metals, coins, sound money, humble living, being debt free, the news of the day, the economy, history and share a love for Freedom - Liberty - Libertas! The Junius Maltby Coin originated as a way to celebrate reaching 10,000 subscribers, where the 1 oz. fine silver round could also serve as a challenge coin, reminding those who hold it of the discussions and principles we hold as a community.
On the Obverse you see the face of Marsyas - who in Greek mythology was tied to a pole and flayed alive by the god Apollo after challenging the god to a musical contest. Marsyas was admired for his intelligence (sunesis) and self-control (sophrosune), not qualities found by Greeks in ordinary satyrs. Among the Romans, Marsyas was cast as the inventor of augury and a proponent of free speech (the philosophical concept παρρησία, "parrhesia") and "speaking truth to power." The earliest known representation of Marsyas at Rome stood for at least 300 years in the Roman Forum near or in the comitium, the space for political activity. The statue was regarded as an indicium libertatis, a symbol of liberty, and was associated with demonstrations of the plebs, or common people. It often served as a sort of kiosk upon which invective verse was posted.
The Reverse displays the ancient cuneiform inscription for the Sumerian word "Amagi". Ama-gi is a Sumerian word written ama-gi4 or ama-ar-gi4. It has been translated as "freedom", as well as "manumission", "exemption from debts or obligations", and "the restoration of persons and property to their original status" including the remission of debts. Other interpretations include a "reversion to a previous state"[and release from debt, slavery, taxation or punishment.
The word originates from the noun ama "mother" (sometimes with the enclitic dative case marker ar), and the present participle "return, restore, put back", thus literally meaning "returning to mother". Assyriologist Samuel Noah Kramer has identified it as the first known written reference to the concept of freedom. Referring to its literal meaning "return to the mother", he wrote in 1963 that "we still do not know why this figure of speech came to be used for "freedom."
The earliest known usage of the word was in the reforms of Urukagina. By the Third Dynasty of Ur, it was used as a legal term for the manumission of individuals, (the act of a slave owner freeing his or her slaves).
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Published on Jan 29, 2017
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