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The Ancient Coinage of Selymbria

Listed by Moushmov Number

Including additional items for this online edition, with numbers in italics.

SELYMBRIA (circa 500 Ė 450 B.C.) (now Selivria along the Sea of Marmora)

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Autonomous coins

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Silver:

4742 Rooster advancing right. Rev. : Concave square. 9 mm. Plate XXV, 5.
4743 Hermes bearded opposite, between ear and caduceus. Rev. : ΣΑ. Vase with 2 handles. 13 mm.
4744 Heraklesís unbearded head, covered with lionís skin, right. Rev. : Rooster right within concave square. 12 mm. Plate XXV, 1.
4745 Rooster right, vase with 2 handles above. Rev. : Heraklesís unbearded head, covered with lionís skin, right, within concave square. 9 mm. Plate XXV, 4.
4746 Rooster advancing left, holding worm in its beak. Rev. : Concave square. 10 mm. Plate LII, 8.
4747 Rooster left; ΣΑ below. Rev. : Concave square. 15 mm. Plate LII, 5, 7.
Thrace, Selymbria AR Drachm. Circa 480-450 BC. SA, cock walking left / quadripartite incuse square. BMC Thrace pg. 170, 1; SNG Copenhagen 789 var. (mill-sail incuse).
4748 Heraklesís bearded head with lionís skin, right. Rev. : Rooster right, holding worm in its beak within concave square. 15 mm. Plate LII, 6.
4748ARooster / grain ear.
Thrace, Selymbria AR Hemidrachm. Ca 425-410 BC. Rooster standing left with worm in its beak / S-E L-U, grain ear.
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Bronze.

4749 Athenaís helmeted head right. Rev. : Rooster advancing right. Plate XXV, 3.
4750 Head of Helios (The Sun) with radiate wreath, right. Rev. : ΣΑ. Lighthouse. In the margin Ė barley- grain and vase with 2 handles.
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Alexander the Great (336 Ė 323 B.C.)

4751 Heraklesís head, covered with lionís skin. Rev. : AΛΕΞANΔPOY. Zeus seated on a throne left, in right hand holding eagle, and in the left Ė sceptre. In the margin Ė rooster left. 25 mm. Plate XXV, 2.
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See also WildWinds' Selymbria page

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