Ancient Coinage of Thessaly, Pherai

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BMC 15Alexander of Pherae. 369-358 BC. AR Drachm (5.16 gm). Head of Hekate right / AΛEXANΔΡOY, roaring lion's head right. BMC Thessaly 15; Kraay 389.TextImage
Liampi 47Thessaly, Pherae. Circa 5th Century BC. AR Hemiobol (0.44 gm). Steer's hoof / Φ-E, horse's head right. TextImage
Pozzi 2864Pherai, Thessaly. AE Tessera or token. 4th c. BC. 19mm, 6.89 g. Head of bearded Satyr facing, with animal ears / ΦE upwards to right of forepart of bull standing right, bipennis (double axe) to left. Pozzi 2864; Rogers 526.TextImage
Rogers 524 varPherae, Thessaly. Alexander, tyrant. 369-357 BC. AE15. Forepart of bull left / AΛEXANΔΡOY, Forepart of horse right. BMC 18-19 var (bull left); Rogers 524 var (ditto).TextImage
SNGCop 239Thessaly, Pherai. 4th Century BC. AR Triobol. Laureate head of Hekate left; torch behind / The nymph Hypereia placing hand on a lion's head fountain; AS-TO within wreath. TextImage
SNGCop 241Thessaly, Pherai. Circa 404-369 BC. AE11mm, 1.47 g. Head of the nymph Hypereia right / ΦEΡAI, Lionís head fountain spouting water right. Rogers 513; SNG Copenhagen 241. TextImage
SNG Cop 242Pherae, Thessaly. AE. Head of Hecate right wearing wreath of myrtle / Lion's head right. TextImage
Sear SG 2204Thessaly, Pherae, ca 4th Century BC,. AR Triobol (2.39 gm). Head of Hekate left, in myrtle wreath; torch behind / ΦEΡAIOYN, Nymph Hypereia standing left, placing right hand on lion's head fountain; AΣ-TO in wreath at left. BMC 20, SNG Cop 239. TextImage
Entry for Thessaly, Pherai on the Digital Historia Numorum
Search for Pherai in the British SNG Volumes' Database at the Fitzwilliam Museum

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