Ancient Coinage of Thessaly, Homolion

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Lindgren 1399Homolion, Thessaly, 350-300 BC. AE 19mm; 5.7g. Head of the nymph Larissa three-quarter face towards left / OMOΛI-EΩN, Helmeted horseman galloping or charging right, holding couched lance. Monogram below. Rogers 287; Lindgren I, 1399.TextImage
SNGCop 71Thessaly, Homolion. ca 360 BC. AE 18mm. Bearded head of the hero Philoctetes right, in pileus / OMOΛIEΩN, Coiled serpent, bearded, head right, bunch of grapes behind head. TextImage
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SNG Cop 73Homolion, Thessaly. Circa 350 BC. AE 21mm (14.70 g, 9h). Head of the hero Philoktetes left, wearing pileus, T behind head / OMOΛIEΩN, coiled serpent with head right; grape bunch to left of head. Rogers 260; SNG Copenhagen 73.TextImage
See also: Entry for Thessaly, Homolion on the Digital Historia Numorum
Search for Homolium in the British SNG Volumes' Database at the Fitzwilliam Museum

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