Ancient Coinage of Campania, Hyria

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HN 539AR Didrachm of Campania, Hyria. 400-335 BC. Head of Athena right, wearing crested helmet bound with olive wreath and ornamented with owl / man-headed bull walking right, with the retrograde Oscan legend YPINA above. Rutter HN 539. TextImage
SNGANS 251cfHyria 405-400 B.C. AR Didrachm. 7.35 grams. Head of Hera, three-quarter face to riight, in broad stephanos, richly ornamented, and necklace. / Man-faced bull walking right. TextImage
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SNGANS 251vCAMPANIA, Hyria. c. 405 - 390 BC. AR Stater (6.98 gm). Helmeted head of Athena left / Man-headed bull walking right. TextImage
SNGANS 257CAMPANIA, Hyria. c. 400-395 BC. AR Didrachm (6.9 g). Helmeted head of Athena right, bowl decorated with olive-wreath and facing owl / UDINA above man-headed bull walking left on double-exergual line. SNG Fitzwilliam 117; SNG Lloyd 62; SNG ANS 257; HN Italy 539. TextImage
SNGANS 260CAMPANIA, Hyria. ca 405-400 BC. AR Nomos. Head of Athena left, wearing Attic helmet decorated with owl / ANIDY, man-headed bull walking right. TextImage
SNGANS 261Campania, Hyria AR Didrachm. ca 405-385 BC HN-539, SNG ANS-261. Head of Athena left / Man-headed bull standing right. HN 539. TextImage
SNGANS 263CAMPANIA, Hyria. ca 405-400 BC. AR Nomos. Head of Athena left, in Attic helmet decorated with owl & a laurel branch / YDINAI, man-headed bull walking left. SNG Cop 370. TextImage
SNG Cop 371Hyria, Campania, AR didrachm. 400-335 BC. 20 mm. 7,26 gr. Head of Athena right wearing crested Attic helmet / YPINA above man-headed bull walking right. SNG Cop 371; SNG Munich 189; Sear 294.TextImage
SNGCop 380Campania, Hyria AR Didrachm or Nomos. 405-400 BC. Head of Hera, three-quarter face to right, in broad stephanos, richly ornamented, & necklace / man-faced bull walking right, retrograde legend YPINA above. TextImage
SNGOxford_64Campania, Hyria, AR Didrachm. Head of Athena left in crested helmet / man-headed bull left, YRINA above in Oscan script, read right to left. TextImage
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See also: Carlo Morino's Hyria page
Magna Graecia Coins of Hyria
Entry for Campania, Hyria on the Digital Historia Numorum
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