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Ancient Coinage of Sicily, Piakos


Piakos was located somewhere in the vicinity of Mount Aitna, probably near Adranon, and struck coins in the late 5th century BC.

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Calciati 1Piakos, Sicily, AE Hemilitron. 425-420 BC. Π-I-A-K-I-N between six dots (value mark) to left of laureate and horned head of youthful rivergod left / Hound right attacking a stag, upright leaf to right. Calciati 1; Ludwig Coll. 396; Hoover HGC 1100.TextImage
Calciati 2Piakos, AE Tetras, Bronze, 425-410 BC. Π-I-A-K between three dots (value mark) to left of laureate and horned head of youthful rivergod left / Hound right attacking a stag, barley corn to left and right. Calciati 2; Hoover HGC 1101.TextImage
Calciati 3Piakos, Sicily, AE Onkia, ca 420400 BC. 0.90 g. ΠIAK, horned head of rivergod left, wreathed with reeds / Hound at bay right, head upwards, oak branch above. Hoover HGC 1102; Calciati 3.TextImage
Hoover HGC 1098Piakos, AR Litra, ca 400 BC. 0.8 g. ΠIAKINON, female head right, wearing sphendone / Bull butting right. Hoover HGC 1098; Jenkins (1975) p. 92, Group II.TextImage
Hoover HGC 1099Piakos, Sicily, hemilitron, ca 400 BC. 0.21 g. ΠIA-K, female head right, wearing sphendone / Forepart of bull butting right. Hoover HGC 1099; Buceti 6; Cammarata plate 14,153.TextImage
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