Ancient Coinage of Pitane, Mysia


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BMC 1Pitane, Mysia. AE 8mm. 400-300 BC. Head of Maenad right, wreathed with ivy / ΠI within lined circle. BMC 1.TextImage
BMC 4Pitane, Mysia, AE8, 0.65 gr. 400-380 BC. Horned, bearded head of Zeus Ammon right / Π-I-Σ-O-Σ around pentagram (According to Imhoof, Pisos is the name of the city magistrate). BMC 4; Imhoof ZfN I, p. 138.TextImage
BMC 13Pitane, Mysia, AE14, 4th-3rd century BC. 1.85 g. Horned head of Zeus Ammon facing three-quarters to right / ΠITANAIΩN, pentagram. McClean 7746; SNG Cop 536; BMC 13.TextImage
Mionnet 718Pitane, Mysia, 14mm, 1.61g. 2nd century BC. Helmeted bust of Athena right / ΠITANAIΩN, Telesphoros standing facing. Mionnet II, 718; McClean 7748; SNG Cop 540; Mionnet Supp V,1235; BMC 18.TextImage
SNG Cop 530-535Pitane, Mysia. Ca 4th century BC. AE 16mm. Head of Zeus Ammon right / Π-I-T-A around pentagram. SNG Cop 530-535; BMC 7-8; Weber 5237-5239; Mionnet II,713; SNG von Aulock 1429. Note: the size and weight can be from 11-17 mm, 1-5 g. TextImage
SNGCop 533Pitane, Mysia. Circa 1st Century AD. AE 11mm. Head of Zeus Ammon right / Pentagram, dot in center. SNG France 2350. TextImage
See also: Entry for Pitane on the Digital Historia Numorum
Search for Pitane in the British SNG Volumes' Database at the Fitzwilliam Museum
Search for Pitane at AsiaMinorCoins.com
Search for Pitane in the ANS Database
Search for Pitane in the RPC IV (Antonines) database at the Ashmolean Museum

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