Ancient Coinage of Sicily, Ameselon

Ameselon, modern-day Regalbuto between Centuripe and Agira, NE Sicily, was founded in the late 5th or early 4th century BC.
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Calciati 1SICILY, Ameselon. After 336 BC. AE Dilitron. Helmeted head of Athena right, in crested Corinthian helmet / Tripod. TextImage
Calciati 1Ameselon, Sicily, AE25 dilitron, 14 gr. Helmeted head of Athena right, wearing high-bowled, crested Corinthian helmet / tripod. CNS 1.TextImage
Calciati 4Ameselon, Sicily, AE20, 345-330 BC. Head of Apollo left / Lyre with seven strings. Calciati 4.TextImage
Calciati 5Ameselon, Sicily, AE21, Litra, after 336 BC. 6.95 g. Laureate head of Apollo left / Lyre with seven strings. Calciati 5.TextImage
Calciati 6Ameselon, Sicily, AE hemilitron, ca. 357-340 BC. 4.21 gm. Horse galloping left / Eagle flying left, holding serpent in its talons. Calciati 6.TextImage
Cammarota MAmeselon, Sicily. ca 357-340 BC. AE Hemilitron. Head of Hermes right in petasos, tied under chin / Forepart of Pegasos right. TextImage
See also: Magna Graecia Coins of Ameselon
Entry for Sicily, Ameselon on the Digital Historia Numorum