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Ancient Coinage of Thessaly, Ainianes

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BCD 1427Derdas II, Dynast of Elimiotis, Aiani, Thessaly. Ca 380 BC. AE Chalkous 14 mm, 3.17 g. Head of the youthful Herakles right, wearing lionskin headdress / ΔEΡΔA, above club and spearhead. BCD (Nomos) 1427 = Liampi 18a (this coin).TextImage
BMC 1, rightThessaly, The Ainianes AR Hemidrachm. Circa 400-344 BC. Laureate head of Zeus right / Warrior (Phemius) striding left, body facing, looking right; hurling spear & holding petasos. TextImage
BMC 1, leftThessaly, The Ainianes AR Hemidrachm. Circa 400-344 BC. Laureate head of Zeus left / Warrior (Phemius) striding left, body facing, looking right; hurling spear & holding petasos. TextImage
Rogers 137Ainianes, Thessaly, AE Dichalkon, 18 mm, 5.97 g. Head of Zeus left / AINIANΩN, Slinger wearing chlamys, standing left, slinging right, sword around waist, two javelins behind him. Rogers 137; Lindgren Collection 1392.TextImage
SNG Cop 1Thessaly, The Ainianes. Circa 400-344 BC. AR Triobol (2.71 gm). Laureate head of Zeus left / Warrior (Phemios) striding left, looking right, hurling spear and holding petasos. TextImage
SNG Lockett 1547Ainianes, Thessaly, AR tetrobol, 2.38 gr. After 168 BC. ΔAIME above helmeted head of Athena right / AINIANΩN, Phemios striding left over two spears, body facing, looking right; slinging left, palm branch in right field. SNG Lockett 1547; Bloesch Winterthur 27.TextImage
See also:Entry for The Ainianes on the Digital Historia Numorum
Search for Aenianes in the British SNG Volumes' Database at the Fitzwilliam Museum

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