Ancient Coinage of Cyclades, Aegiale
|Liampi 14||Aegiale, Cyclades, AE. 2nd-1st. C. BC. Pan seated facing, legs crossed, holding syrinx in both hands to his mouth and playing / A-I G-I in two lines to left and right of cupping vessel with suspension ring. Liampi 14.||Text||Image|
|SNGCop 592||Aegiale, Cyclades, AE17. 3rd-2nd. C. BC. Bearded, laureate head of Asklepios right / A-I G-I in two lines to left and right of cupping vessel with suspension ring, serpent to left. SNG Cop. 592; Winterthur 2294; Pozzi 4481; Liampi 20.||Text||Image|
|SNGCop 594||Aegiale, Cyclades, AE. 3rd-2nd. C. BC. Helmeted head of Athena right / A-I G-I in two lines to left and right of owl standing right, head facing. SNG Cop. 594; Lindgren II, 1782; BMC 4; Liampi 18.||Text||Image|
|See also||Liampi: The coinage of Amorgos: Aigiale, Arkesine, Minoa and the koinon of the Amorgians by Katerini Liampi. PDF on persee.fr.|
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