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 / OMOLI-EWN, 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 / OMOLEIWN, Coiled serpent, bearded, head right, bunch of grapes behind head. TextImage
SNG Cop 73Homolion, Thessaly. Circa 350 BC. AE 21mm (14.70 g, 9h). Head of the hero Philoktetes left, wearing pileus, T behind head / OMOLEIWN, 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
Search for Homolion at AncientImports.com
Search for Homolion at Incitatus Coins

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