Ancient Coinage of Pinara, Lycia



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CIVIC AND SEMI-AUTONOMOUS COINAGE
BMC 1-4Pinara, Lycia, AE9, 200-100 BC. Head of Artemis right. / ΠINA-ΡEΩN in two lines, bucranium. BMC 1-4; SNG von Aulock 4446; Rhousopoulos 4239 (this coin).TextImage
Mueseler VII, 26 varPinara, Lycia, AR diobol, ca. ca 400-380 BC. 14 mm, 1.30 g. Π (Lycian b) in Lycian, eagle standing right, wings spread, diskeles in lower right field. / ΠE (Lycian bT), female head right, hair in sphendone, diskeles in lower left field, all within circular incuse. Mueseler VII, 26 var. (reverse diskeles inverted).TextImage
Rhousopoulos 4237Pinara, Lycia, AR hemiobol, 400-380 BC. 6 mm, 0.26 g. Archaic, female head right, hair in a sphendone. / Π in square incuse. Rhousopoulos 4237 (this coin).TextImage
Roma 9, 387Pinara, Lycia, AR Stater, ca 400-390 BC, 23 mm, 8.49 g. Π (Lycian b), eagle standing right, wings spread, diskeles in lower right field. / ΠΛΛEWI (in Lycian), head of Aphrodite right, hair in amphyx and sphendone, diskeles in lower left field, all within circular incuse. Unpublished. Roma 9, 387.TextImage
SNG vA 4447Pinara, Lycia, AE14 hemiobol, 200-1 BC. 2.6 g. Helmeted head of Athena right. / ΠINAΡEΩN above shield decorated with a star. SNG von Aulock 4447; Rhousopoulos 4238 (this coin).TextImage
Troxell 7Lycian League, Pinara AR Drachm. ca 167-88 BC. 15 mm, 2.48 g. Laureate head of Apollo right, bow and quiver over shoulder. / ΛYKIΩN above lyre in incuse square, Π-I across fields. Troxell 7; SNG von Aulock 4380 corr. ("Patara"); Weber 7300; Nollé XI, 2.TextImage
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