Ancient Coinage of Sicily, Syracuse, Timoleon


[SNG ANS 496]

Timoleon, Tyrant of Syracuse, 344-336 BC

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Calciati 75Syracuse. Timoleon and the Third Democracy. AE Onkia. 344-338 BC. Laureate head of Zeus Eleutherios left. / Octopus. Calciati 75; SNG Morcom 727; SNG Lloyd 1461; Weber 1657; Hoover HGC 1483 (this coin).TextImage
Calciati 77Syracuse, Sicily, AE Dilitron. ΣYΡAKOΣ-IΩN, bearded male head left, in Corinthian helmet / Pegasos flying left; dolphin & S below. SNG ANS 524-525; SNG Cop 723. TextImage
SNG Cop 729Syracuse, Sicily, Timoleon, AE28. 345-317 BC. ZEYΣ EΛEΘEΡIOΣ to left and right of head of Zeus Eleutherios right / Thunderbolt, eagle to right. SNG Cop 729; Mionnet I, 892.TextImage
Calciati 78Syracuse, Sicily. ca 344-317 BC. AE Litra. ΣYΡAKOΣIΩN, wreathed head of Persephone left in triple-pendant earring & necklace / Pegasos flying left; Σ below. SNGCop 733. TextImage
Calciati 79Syracuse, Sicily. ca 344-317 BC. AE Hemilitron. ΣYΡAKOΣIΩN, head of Persephone left, in triple-pendant earring & necklace, hair tied with fillet / Forepart of Pegasos left; Σ below. SNG Cop 734. TextImage
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Calciati 80-6Sicily, Syracuse. ca 336-317 BC. AE Dilitron. ZEYΣ E-Λ-EYΘEΡIOΣ, laureate head of Zeus Eleutherios left / ΣYΡAKOΣIΩN, horse prancing left. SNG Cop 725. TextImage
Calciati 80-7Sicily, Syracuse. ca 336-317 BC. AE Dilitron. ZEYΣ E-Λ-EYΘEΡIOΣ, laureate head of Zeus Eleutherios left / ΣYΡAKOΣIΩN, horse prancing left. SNG Copenhagen 725. TextImage
Calciati 80Sicily, Syracuse. Time of Timoleon or later. 344-317 BC. AE Dilitron (19.69 gm). Laureate head of Zeus Eleutherios left / Horse prancing left. TextImage
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Calciati 82Syracuse , Sicily AE Litra. 345-317 BC, Time of Timoleon and the Third Democracy. ZEYΣ EΛEYΘEΡIOΣ, laureate head of Zeus left, star behind head / ΣY-Ρ-AK-OΣ-IO-N around triskeles rotating left. Calciati 82; SNG Cop 732; SNG ANS 544; Hoover HGC 1457.TextImage
Calciati 84Syracuse, Sicily. ca 336-317 BC. AE Tetras. A-ΣK-Λ-H-ΠI, bearded & laureate head of Asklepios left / ΣYΡAKOΣIΩN in ex, barking dog standing left, right forepaw raised; monogram above. TextImage
Calciati 85Syracuse, Sicily. Circa 337-317 BC. AE 17mm. ΣYΡAKOΣIΩN, Laureate head of Apollo left / Pegasos flying left; Δ below. Calciati 85; SNG ANS 646; Hoover HGC 1486. TextImage
Calciati 87Syracuse, time of Timoleon, ca. 344-317 BC. AE15, 2.96g. Laureate head of Apollo left / Pegasos right, star above. Calciati 87.TextImage
Calciati 90Syracuse, time of Timoleon, ca. 344-317 BC. AE15, 3.78g. Laureate head of Apollo right / Pegasos right, star above. Calciati 90.TextImage
Calciati 94Syracuse, Sicily. Time of Timoleon. 344-336 BC. AE Hemilitron. SURAKOSI, head of Pan left / Syrinx with nine pipes within oak wreath. SNG ANS 490-491. TextImage
Mionnet 624Syracuse, Sicily. 344-289 BC. AE18mm (5.15 gm). ΣYΡAKOΣIΩN, Laureate head of Apollo left, helmet behind head / Pegasus flying left. NI monogram below. Mionnet Supp. 1, 624.TextImage
Mionnet 894Timoleon, Syracuse, Sicily. AE 22, 344-317 BC. 17.06g, 24mm. ΔIOΣ EΛEYΘEΡIOY, Head of Zeus Eleutherios right / ΣYΡAKOΣIΩN, Thunderbolt; grain ear to left. Mionnet I 894; SNG ANS 474-476.TextImage
SG 964cfSyracuse AR Dilitraa. Time of Timoleon, 344-317 BC. Janiform female head / Horse galloping left, star overhead. TextImage
SNG ANS 472Syracuse, Sicily. Timoleon and the Third Democracy, 344-317 BC. AE Hemidrachm. Timoleontic Symmachy issue. Ca. 344-339/8 BC. 15.73 gr. ZEYΣ EΛEΘEΡIOΣ to left and right of laureate head of Zeus Eleutherios right / ΣYΡAKOΣIΩN, Winged thunderbolt; in right field, barley grain. CNS II pp. 164 ff, 71. SNG ANS 472-6. TextImage
SNG ANS 494Sicily, Syracuse, Timoleon & the Third Democracy AR Stater. Circa 344-317 BC. Pegasos flying left / ΣYΡAKOΣIΩN, head of Athena right, in Corinthian helmet. Pegasi II 2. TextImage
SNG ANS 494ffSicily, Syracuse. Time of Timoleon. Circa 341-317 BC. AR Stater (8.44 gm). Pegasos flying left / ΣYΡAKOΣIΩN, helmeted head of Athena right. TextImage
SNG ANS 496Sicily. Syracuse AR Stater. Time of Timoleon & Third Democracy, 344-317 BC. Pegasus flying left / ΣYΡAKOΣIΩN, head of Athena right in Corinthian helmet. Calciati 2. TextImage
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SNG ANS 516Syracuse, Sicily, AR Dilitra. Struck under Timoleon and the Third Democracy, ca. 343317 BC. 13.09 mm, 1.66 gr. ΣYΡAKOΣIΩN, Laureate janiform female head, dolphins to right / Horse galloping right. SNG ANS 516; Hoover 1373.TextImage
SNG ANS 519Sicily, Syracuse, Time of Timoleon AR Hemidrachm. Circa 344-317 BC. Three-quarter facing head of Athena in triple crested helmet, three dolphins around / Horseman right. TextImage
SNG ANS 533Sicily, Syracuse. Timoleon. 344-336 BC. AE Dilitron. Timoleontic Symmachy coinage. ca 339/8-336 BC. Laureate head of Zeus Eleutherios left / Horse prancing left. Garraffo Series B, d; CNS II 80 st 3. TextImage
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SNG Cop 676Syracuse, Sicily. 425-early 4th Century BC. Silver Litra, 11mm (0.77 gm). Head of Artemis-Arethusa right / Cuttle-fish or Octopus. TextImage
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SNG Cop 712cfSyracuse 345-317 B.C. AR Stater. Head of Athena right in Corinthian helmet; behind, thunderbolt / Pegasus flying left. TextImage
SNG Cop 735Sicily, Syracuse AE15. 345-317 BC. 3/4 facing head of Arethusa / forepart of Pegasus right. TextImage
Weber 1642Sicily. Syracuse, AR 3 Litrae. Time of Timoleon & 3rd Democracy, 344317 BC. Female head left, hair rolled, in pendant earring & pearl necklace, lion head left behind neck, EY under neck truncation / ΣYΡAKOΣIΩN, Pegasus leaping left. SNG Lloyd 1445. TextImage
See also: Magna Graecia Coins of Syracuse, Timoleon & the Third Democracy
See also: Entry for timoleon on the Digital Historia Numorum
Search for Timoleon in the British SNG Volumes' Database at the Fitzwilliam Museum
Search for Timoleon in the ANS Database

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