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2sigloi Babylonia, Babylon, AR double sigloi, (10.06g) Mazaeus, Governor for Alexander the Great, 331-328 BC, Baal seated left, holding sceptre, border of dots / Lion walking left, tail curling behind, plain borderTextFull Size
BMC 12.1\/ TextFull Size
BMC 12Babylon, under the Seleukids. Circa 311-280 BC. AR Hemiobol (0.43 gm). Baal seated right, holding sceptre and eagle / Lion walking left. TextFull Size
BMC 8Babylon. Successors to Alexander. Circa 328-311 BC. AR Drachm. Zeus (Ba'al) seated left, holding sceptre / Lion walking left; monogram in exergue. TextFull Size
MIG 7i Babylon AR Dishekel, struck under Alexander III ca 328-311 BC. Baal seated left, holding sceptre / Lion walking left; G above. SNG Delepierre 3005. TextFull Size
Mitchener 7v ALEXANDRINE EMPIRE OF BABYLON. Circa 328-311 BC. AR Double Shekel. Baal seated left, holding sceptre; letter behind / Lion walking left; bee above. TextFull Size
SNGBerry 1457 Alexandrine Empire Of Babylon. Ca 328-311 BC. AR Double Shekel. Baal seated left, holding sceptre / Lion walking left; ANT monogram above. TextFull Size
SNGCop 266Babylon AR Tetradrachm. Under Seleukos I of Syria, ca 295-280 BC. Baal enthroned left, holding sceptre / Lion walking left, anchor above. Newell, ESM 263; MIG I 8d; Houghton, CSE 913v. TextFull Size
Sear #6142Babylon AR Tetradrachm or 3 sigloi. 328-311 BC. Baal seated left, holding sceptre / lion walking left, G above. ObverseReverse
Sear #6143SELEUKID ANTIOCHUS VIII Tetradrachm
Sear #6147Babylon AR Tetradrachm. 311-280 BC. Baal seated left holding sceptre / lion walking left, star above.
Sear #6160Achaemenid Kings of Persia AV Daric. ca 455-420 BC. Sardes. Persian king or hero right, in kneeling-running stance, holding dagger & bow / Incuse punch. Carradice Type IV.
Sear #6162Kingdom of Persia, AR Tetradrachm. Ephesos Mint(?), c. 336-334 BC, Persian archer in kneeling-running attitude right, holding spear and bow. / Granulated incuse containing irregular markings,ObverseReverse
See also: Perseus Project database, coins of Babylon
Entry for Babylon on the Digital Historia Numorum
Search for Babylon in the British SNG Volumes' Database at the Fitzwilliam Museum

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