Until recently, the Carian city of Latmos was not known to have minted coins, but a small series of AR tetartemoria can now be attributed with certainty to Latmos.
|Konuk 2||Latmos, Caria, AR tetartemorion, 0.15 gr. 400-350 BC. Older, bearded male head right / ΛATM monogram as T over AΛM. Konuk, Latmos 2.||Text||Image|
|Konuk 2 var||Latmos, Caria, ca 400-350 BC. AR Tetartemorion, 6mm, 0.13 gr. Youthful male head right / ΛATM monogram as T over AΛM within incuse square. Konuk, Latmos 2 var (obverse).||Text||Image|
|Konuk 5||Latmos, Caria, AR tetartemorion, 0.16 gr. 400-350 BC. Female head right / ΛATM monogram as T over ΛAM. Konuk, Latmos 5.||Text||Image|
|Cited reference:||Koray Konuk, The Coinage of Latmos|