Ancient Coinage of Phrygia, Abbaeti

The Abbaetae-Mysi were a Mysian people living in estern Phrygia; their mint was probably at Ankyra

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BMC 1Mysia, The Abbaeti AE20. ca 190-133 BC. Diademed head of Zeus right / MYΣΩN-ABBAITΩN above & below thunderbolt, all in laurel wreath. BMC 1; Mionnet 2; SNG Cop 1. TextImage
BMC 4Abbaitis, Phrygia. 2nd-1st c. BC. AE 20mm; 6.0g. Laureate head of Zeus right / MYΣΩN-ABBAITΩN above and below winged thunderbolt, all within wreath. MYHN monogram below. BMC 4.TextImage
BMC 8Abbaitis, Phrygia. AE, 4.74 gr. Head of Herakles right, in lionskin / lionskin draped over club. Magistrate's name above, ABBA and MYH monogram below, all within wreath. BMC 8.TextImage
BMC 9Abbaitis, Phrygia. AE16, 2nd-1st centuries BC. Laureate head of Apollo right / MYΣΩN ABBA and monogram above and beneath labrys (double-axe), all within wreath. BMC 9-10.TextImage
See also: Digital Historia Nummorum entry for Abbaetae-Mysi
Search for Abbaeti in the British SNG Volumes' Database at the Fitzwilliam Museum
Search for Abbaeti in the ANS Database
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