Ancient Coinage of Aitolia

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BCD Aitolia 541Aitolian League, AE12 Chalkus. 290-220 BC. 1.66 g. Head of young male or Apollo right, wearing strophion / AITΩ-ΛΩN to above and beneath a spearhead. BCD Aitolia 541.TextImage
BMC 2Apollonia, Aetolia, 15.5 mm, 3.13 gr. civic coinage, 279-168 BC. Head of Artemis right, hair in a knot behind / AΠOΛΛΩ above, Mo monogram beneath arrow and jaw-bone. BMC Thessaly, 2; Mionnet II, 20; Anson II 24; Liampi Chronology 13.TextImage
BMC 4ffAitolian League. c279-260 BC. AR Tetradrachm. Head of Herakles right, in lionís skin headdress / Aitolos seated right on pile of Gallic and Macedonian shields which rest on Gallic karnyx, holding spear and sword; monograms to right. Sheu 8. TextImage
BMC 10Aitolian League AR Didrachm or Stater. Ca 260-220 BC. Laureate and diademed head right; FI below / AITΩΛΩN, Aetolos with spear and sword, resting right foot on rocks, large D in left field. Scheu 13, McClean 5402. TextImage
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BMC 43Aetolia AE18. 279-168 BC. Male head right crowned with laurel or oak / spear-head and jawbone of boar right. TextImage
BMC 45Aetolian League AE18. Male head right crowned with laurel or oak / Spear-head and jawbone of boar right, bunch of grapes to left. TextImage
BMC 56Aetolia. 279-168 BC. AE19. Young male head left crowned with laurel or oak / Spear head, jawbone of boar and bunch of grapes. BMC 56 ff. TextImage
BMC 56ffAetolia, 229-168 B.C. AE18. Young male head right crowned with laurel or oak / AITΩΛΩN, Spearhead and jawbone of boar right. TextImage
McLean 5401Aitolian League AR Tetradrachm. Circa 279-260 BC. Head of Herakles right, in lionskin headdress / AITΩΛΩN, Aitolos seated right on a Macedonian shield which rests on a pile of three Gallic shields, which rest on Gallic karnyx, holding spear in right hand, sword in left; monogram and IH to right. Sheu 1. TextImage
Pozzi 1326Aetolian League AR Stater. 279-168 BC. Male head right wearing oak wreath intertwined with diadem, FI below / AITΩΛΩN, Warrior standing left, right foot on rock, head crowned with wreath, chlamys round left arm, kausia (petatos) slung round neck, sword under left arm, leaning on spear with right hand. Monogram left. BMC 9; SNG Cop 4; Sear 2318. TextImage
SNG Cop 10Aetolian League AR Hemidrachm. Ca 220-215 BC. Head of Atalanta right, in kausia, Λ-Y across fields / Calydonian boar at bay right, spearhead in ex. TextImage
SNG Cop 13ffAitolia, Aitolian League. c279-168 BC. AR Hemidrachm. Head of Aitolia right, wearing kausia, with hair hanging loose / AITΩΛΩN, boar at bay right; monogram(s) below, spearhead in ex. Text
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SNG Cop 33Aetolian League, 279-168 BC. AE 19 mm. Laureate head of Aetolos(?) right / AITΩΛΩN, Spear-head and jaw-bone of boar. TextImage
SNG Cop 35Aitolia, AE18 hemiobol, 205-150 BC. 6.42 g. Helmeted head of Athena right / AITΩΛΩN, Herakles, naked, standing left, looking right, lionskin over left arm, resting right hand on club; jawbone of a boar in upper left field. NZ or ZH at centre left. Mionnet II, 18; Tsangari 1527a (this coin); SNG Cop 35. TextImage
Sear SG 2317Aitolian League AR Tetradrachm. ca 220-218 BC, Attic standard. Head of Herakles right, in lionskin headdress / AITΩΛΩN, Aitolos seated right on a Macedonian shield which rests on a pile of three Gallic shields, which rest on Gallic karnyx, holding spear in right hand, sword in left; small L to inner left, monogram above ΣE to right. BMC 8.TextImage
Sear SG 2318Aitolian League AR Stater. ca 211-196 BC. Korkyraean standard. Laureate and diademed head of young man right; ΦI below / AITΩΛΩN, Aitolos standing left, kausia hung around neck, holding spear in right hand, in sword, resting right foot on rock. BMC 9, SNG Cop 4.TextImage
Sear SG 2320Aitolia, AR quarter stater, 279-168 BC, 2.02 g. Head of Aitolia right, wearing kausia, Λ-Ω in fields. / AITΩΛΩN, Kalydonian boar at bay right, spearhead below. Sear SG 2320; SNG Cop 10; BMC 17-18.TextImage
Sear SG 2321Aitolian League. AE21, ca 279-168 BC. 3.9 g. Head of Atalanta right, wearing necklace and petasos. / AITW-LWN above and beneath spearhead left; bunch of grapes below. SNG Cop 22-24; BMC Thessaly 34; Sear SG 2321.TextImage
UBS 56, 100Aitolia, AR quarter stater, 279-168 BC, 2.02 g. Head of Aitolia right, wearing kausia, ΛΩ behind head. / AITΩNΩN, Kalydonian boar at bay right, ΩΣ monogram beneath boar, spearhead below. BMC -; Mionnet -; SNG Cop -; possibly unpublished with this monogram. UBS 56, 100.TextImage
Entry for Aitolia on the Digital Historia Numorum

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