Aineia (modern Nea Michaniona) was on the NE coast of the Chalkidike. According to legend it was founded by Trojans, who named it after the Trojan hero, Aineias (Aeneas).
|Moushmov 6246||Macedon, Aeneia, AR Tetrobol. Before 480 BC. Helmeted head of the Trojan hero Aeneas right / Swastica incuse square. SNG ANS 71, SNG Copenhagen 33; Traité 925.||Text||Image|
|Moushmov 6247||Macedonia, Aeneia AR Tetrobol. Circa 4th Century BC. Helmeted head of Athena right, in crested helmet decorated with a laurel wreath / Bull standing right, head reverted, AINEA in ex. SNG ANS 74; Traité 926.||Text||Image|
|SNG Cop 34||Aeneia, Macedonia. AR Tetrobol, ca 450 BC. 2.32 g. Helmeted, lightly bearded head of Aeneias left / AI-N-E-AΣ around a lined square, all within incuse square. SNG Cop 34; SNG ANS 73.||Text||Image|
|Triton VIII, 104||Macedonia, Aineia. Circa 4th century BC. AR Tetradrachm. Head of a nymph right, in wreath of grain & single-pendant earring / AINE-HTW-N, bull standing right, head reverted.||Text||Image|
|See also:||Search for Aeneia at CoinArchives.com|
|Entry for Aeneia on the Digital Historia Numorum|
|Entry for Aeneia on the Moushmov Online|