Eleutheria or Eleutherion, Mysia.
Eleutherion is the Greek word for Freedom.
The town is known only from a short passage in the early 6th Century A.D. geography Ethnica by Stephanus of Byzantium... and this coin.
Eleutheria, Mysia, is not to be confused with the Byzantine port near Constantinople.
|Imhoof-Bloomer_1||Mysia, Eleutheria. ca 4th Century BC. Æ 10mm. Three-quarter facing head of Athena, in helmet with five crests & necklace / ELEU, lion walking right, head turned left.||Text||Image||Text||Image|
|See also:||Search for Eleutheria at CoinArchives.com|
|Entry for Eleutherion on the Digital Historia Numorum|
|Search for Eleutherion in the British SNG Volumes' Database at the Fitzwilliam Museum|
|Search for Eleutherion at AsiaMinorCoins.com|
|Search for Eleutherion in the ANS Database|
|Search for Eleutheria at AncientImports.com|
|Search for Eleutheria at Incitatus Coins|