Ancient Coinage of Mysomacedones, Lydia
The location of Mysomacedones is unknown. Pliny listed it together with Kilbiani, Mastaura, Briula, Hypaepa and Dioshieron. Ramsay placed it southeast of Philadelphia, Buresch and L. Robert suggested it was in the eastern Mesogis, whilst others place it in Mysia.
Tiberius, AE19 of Mysomacedones, Lydia. AD 14-37. Laureate head right; c/m: star above capricorn right within incuse oval / MYCOMAKEΔONΩN, Zeus standing left, holding eagle and sceptre. RPC I 2567.1; Leschhorn, Mysomakedones, p. 55; Plankenhorn 1126.
Livia, AE16 of Mysomacedones, Lydia. AD 14-29. CEBACTH, Livia seated right on throne, holding sceptre and branch / MYCOMAKEΔON-ΩN, cult image of Artemis Ephesia facing. RPC I Supp. 2568.3 (this coin); Leschhorn, Mysomakedones, p. 56; Vienna 36903; Plankenhorn 1127.