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Ancient Coinage of Lycia, Dynasts, Trbbenimi


Trbbanimi or Trebbonimis, son of Zomos, 390-380 BC.

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BMC 147Lycia, AR Tetrobol, Trbbanimi, Lycian dynasts, ca. 390-385 BC. 3.00g, 17mm. Facing scalp or head of lion / TRBBYENEME, Lycian triskeles left. BMC 147; SNG von Aulock 4215.TextImage
Morkholm 110Lycian Dynasts, Trbbenimi AR Stater. ca 380-370 BC. Facing lion's scalp, T below / Lycian legend, large Triskeles, small facing head of Hermes, all within incuse square. TextImage
Morkholm 128Lycian Dynasts, Trbbenimi AR Stater. ca 380-370 BC. Facing lion's scalp; [T] below / Triskeles; club to right & TPB around; all within incuse square. TextImage
Morkholm 153Lycia, Dynasts of, Trbbenimi AR Third Stater. ca 380-370 BC. Facing lion's scalp; triskeles below / Triskeles; dynast's name around. SNG von Aulock 4218. TextImage
Morkholm 350Lycia, Dynasts of, Trbbenimi AR Stater. Zemu, ca 380-370 BC. Facing lion's scalp / Triskeles. SNG von Aulock 4224. TextImage
Morkholm 362cfLycian Dynasts, Trbbenimi AR Sixth Stater. Zemu, ca 380-370 BC. Triskeles / Triskeles. cf. SNG von Aulock 4222, Traité pl. ciii, 7. TextImage
Morkholm 364Lycian Dynasts, Vedrei & Trbbenimi AR Third Stater. ca 380-370 BC. Triskeles / Triskeles. SNG von Aulock 4230. TextImage
Six 248Trebbonimis, Dynast of Lycia, AR Stater. Zemu mint, 390-380 BC. 9.65 g. Lion's scalp facing, T below / Lycian script resembling ΣΞX around triskeles rotating left, small triskeles in upper right field, all within shallow incuse. Six "Monnaies Lyciennes" 248; Imhoof MG 37; Whittall 1048; Borrell 97; Morkholm Podalia hoard 353.TextImage
Six 258 varTrebbonimis, Dynast of Lycia, AR Stater. 390-380 BC. 21.82 mm. Lion's scalp facing, small triskeles and sideways Ξ below / TΡBBENE in Lycian script around triskeles rotating left, small T in the centre. Var of Six "Monnaies Lyciennes" 258; Whittall 1046; Imhoof "Monnaies Grecques" 33-34 (all with rev. legend ending NEME and no Ξ on the obv).TextImage
Six 259Trebbonimis, Dynast of Lycia, AR one sixth Stater. 390-380 BC. 14 mm, 1.49 g. Lion's scalp facing / TRBBENEME in Lycian script around triskeles rotating left. Six "Monnaies Lyciennes" 259; Fellows III, 4; SNG vA 4215; SNG Fitzwilliam 5020.TextImage
See also: Entry for trbbenimi on the Digital Historia Numorum

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