The Sileraians' settlement was very likely near modern Cozzo Mususino in north-central Sicily. They only struck two different coin types.
|Calciati 1||The Sileraioi, Sicily. ca 357-336 BC. AE Drachm. ΣIΛEΡAIΩN retrograde, forepart of a man-headed bull left / Naked Leukaspis charging right with spear & shield. BMC 1, SNG Cop 607.||Text||Image|
|Calciati 2||The Sileraioi, Sicily. ca 357-336 BC. AE Litra. ΣIΛEΡAIΩN retrograde, forepart of a man-headed bull right / Naked Leukaspis charging right with spear and shield. Calciati 2; Hoover HGC 1243.||Text||Image|
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