Ancient Coinage of Thessaly, Gyrton

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BCD Thessaly II, 78Gyrton, Thessaly, AE17, 3.9 gr. ca. 340-330 BC. Bare male head of the hero Gyrton right in front of and next to the head and neck of a bridled horse right / ΓYΡTΩ-NIΩN, Nymph Gyrtone left, her hair bound up in a roll and wearing pendant earring and beaded necklace. BCD Thessaly II 78; Rogers 228.TextImage
BMC 9Gyrton, Thessaly AE20. 300-190 BC. 8.50 gr. Laureate head of Zeus left / Horse trotting right. BMC 9.TextImage
Rogers 228Gyrton, Thessaly, AE Dichalkon, 4th century BC. 17 mm, 4.05 g. Youthful male head right, forepart of bridled horse right to right / ΓYΡTΩNION, Head of nymph left, wearing earring and pearl necklace. BCD 1052; Rogers 228.TextImage
Rogers 232Gyrton, Thessaly. AE20, 7.36 g. ca. 300-196 BC. Laureate head of Zeus right / ΓYΡT-ΩNIΩN, horse trotting right, grain ear below. Rogers 232; BMC 4.TextImage
Rogers 233Gyrton, Thessaly. AE20, 7.62 g. ca. 300-196 BC. Laureate head of Zeus left / ΓYΡT-Ω-NIΩN, bridled horse trotting right, DH and bunch of grapes below. Rogers 233; BMC 7; BCD Thessaly 1055.TextImage
Rogers 234Gyrton, Thessaly. AE19, 9.69 g. ca. 300-196 BC. Laureate head of Zeus left / ΓYΡT-Ω-NIΩN, bridled horse trotting left, PM monogram below. Rogers 234; SNG Cop 61.TextImage
Rogers 235Gyrton, Thessaly. AE19, 7.3 g. ca. 300-196 BC. Laureate head of Zeus left / GYRT-(WNIWN, horse trotting right, grain ear below. Rogers 235; SNG Cop 60.TextImage
Rogers 236Gyrton, Thessaly. AE18, 8.86 g. ca. 300-196 BC. Laureate head of Zeus left / ΓYΡT-Ω-NIΩN, partially retrograde, bridled horse trotting left, PM monogram below. Rogers 236; SNG Cop 61.TextImage
SNG Cop 57Gyrton, Thessaly. Circa 400-344 BC. AE17. Youthful head of Gyrton right, beside horse's head right / The Nymph Gyrtona left, hair in sphendone. Weber 2807. TextImage
SNG Cop 61Gyrton, Thessaly. Circa 4th century BC. AE20. Laureate head of Zeus left / ΓYΡTΩ-NIΩN, Bridled horse left, MP monogram below. TextImage
Sear #2086Gyrton, Thessaly, AE Dichalkon, 4th century BC. 17 mm, 4.05 g. Youthful male head right, forepart of bridled horse right to right / ΓYΡTΩNION, Head of nymph left, wearing earring and pearl necklace. BCD 1052; Rogers 228.. TextImage

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