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BMC 2Bottiaiai, Macedonia, 392-379 BC. AE15, 4.54g. Laureate head of Apollo right / BOTTIAIΩN, Lyre. BMC 2; SNG ANS 926; SNG Copenhagen 140-5 (Bottice).TextFull Size
Gaebler 122 Macedonia, Bottaiea AR 2.5 Obol. 179-168BC. Macedonian shield / stern of galley inscribed BOTTIAIΩN. TextFull Size
SNG ANS 923 Thraco-Macedonian Tribes, The Bottiaei(?). Circa 520-480 BC. AR Stater. Cow standing right, head left, suckling calf that stands right below; three pellets above / Rough quadripartite incuse square. AMNG III 7, Rosen 158. TextFull Size
SNG ANS 924 Macedon, the Bottiaei (?). Circa 6th-5th Century BC. AR Stater. Cow standing right, head reverted, suckling calf; pellet above / Divided incuse punch. Svoronos pl. XVIII, 6, SNG Copenhagen 460. TextFull Size
SNG Ash 3289v Macedonia, Bottiai, AR Tetrobol. Circa 196-168 BC. Macedonian shield with central five-rayed star / stern of galley right inscribed BOTTEATΩN, ΘE below. TextFull Size
SNG Cop 136Bottiaea, Macedonia 2-1/2 Obol. Macedonian shield with wheel-like ornament at centre and six crescents around / BOT monogram, MAKE-ΔONΩN above and below prow of galley, star above. TextFull Size
Sear SG 1438Bottiaia, Macedonia, AR triobol, struck under Philipp V and Perseus, ca. 185-168 BC. 1.86 g. Macedonian shield with a wheel-like ornament in the centre and six crescents around / Stern of galley inscribed BOTTEATΩN. Sear SG 1438; BMC 1; SNG Cop.137; AMNG III-1, 117 or 123.TextFull Size
Sear SG 1441Macedonia, Bottiaia, AE22. 10 g. Time of Philip V and Perseus, 196-168 BC. Head of Zeus right wearing oak wreath / MAKE-ΔONΩN above and beneath winged thunderbolt, BOT monogram and star below. Lindgren II 1346, BMC 48, Touratsaglou pl VI, 2; AMNG III-1, 143.TextFull Size
See also: Search for Macedonia, Bottiaea at CoinArchives.com
Entry for Macedonia, Bottiaea on the Digital Historia Numorum
Moushmov Online page for Bottiaea
Search for Bottiaea in the British SNG Volumes' Database at the Fitzwilliam Museum

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