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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.TextFull Size
BMC 9Gyrton, Thessaly AE20. 300-190 BC. 8.50 gr. Laureate head of Zeus left / Horse trotting right. BMC 9.TextFull Size
Rogers 228 Gyrton, 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.TextFull Size
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.TextFull Size
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.TextFull Size
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.TextFull Size
Rogers 235Gyrton, Thessaly. AE19, 7.3 g. ca. 300-196 BC. Laureate head of Zeus left / ΓYΡT-Ω-NIΩN, horse trotting right, grain ear below. Rogers 235; SNG Cop 60.TextFull Size
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.TextFull Size
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. TextFull Size
SNG Cop 61Gyrton, Thessaly. Circa 4th century BC. AE20. Laureate head of Zeus left / ΓYΡTΩ-NIΩN, Bridled horse left, MP monogram below.TextFull Size
Sear SG 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..TextFull Size

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