Ancient Coinage of Thessaly, Pelinna


Pelinna, an inland town in Thessaly, near modern Palaiogardiki, Greece

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Rogers 427Thessaly, Pelinna. 4th century BC. AE14mm, 3.02 g. Horseman left, striking at fallen Hoplite with javelin / Warrior advancing left, holding shield and two spears. Rogers 427; SNG Copenhagen 186-7 var. (horseman right). TextImage
Rogers 430Pelinna, Thessaly, AE16. Horseman right, holding spear / ΠEΛINNAEIΩN, Mantho seated right, opening a casket. Rogers 430; SNG Copenhagen 190.TextImage
SNG Cop 185
Sear SG 2165
Thessaly, Pelinna AR Trihemiobol. ca 400-344 BC. Horseman left, holding two long spears / ΠE-ΛIN, hoplite walking left, holding two spears and shield. BMC 1, SNG Cop 185.TextImage
SNG Cop 188Thessaly, Pelinna. Circa 306-197 BC. AE16. Horseman galloping left / Π-EΛI-NNAI, Mantho standing right, opening casket. TextImage
SNGCop 191Thessaly, Pelinna AE19. 3rd Century BC. Veiled head of Mantho right / horseman with spear right. TextImage
Entry for Thessaly, Pelinna on the Digital Historia Numorum
Search for Pelinna in the British SNG Volumes' Database at the Fitzwilliam Museum

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