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5th century BCE
1st century BCE
Historically, leopard furs were valued by humans in places such as Egypt for insulation against cold and windy weather, and as a status symbol: the pelts were especially sought by various priests. In 48 BCE, one leopard pelt was worth 50 drachmae.
- Realistically and despite the Greeks having knowledge of them, leopards are not known to have been native to Ancient Greece, unlike lions. However there have been unconfirmed sighting in the past on Greek islands, especially those near the coast of Turkey.