Ancient Coinage of Thrace, Kypsela

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BMC 1Kypsela, Thrace. AE11, ca 420-380 BC. 2.15 g. Head of Hermes right, wearing petasos. / K-Y-Ψ-E, diota (two-handled cup), pentagram above. SNG Cop 532; BMC 1.TextImage
Moushmov 3889AKypsela, Thrace, AE13. ca 400 BC. Head of Hermes right wearing petasos / K-Y-Ψ-E, two-handled vase (diota), grain ear above. Prokesch in NZ 4, p. 199; BMC 1 var (symbol); Moushmov 3889ADD.TextImage
SNG Cop 1070Cersobleptes, Dynast in Kypsela, Odrysian kingdom of Thrace. 358-341 BC. AE-13 mm, 2.08 gr. Head of Apollo right / K-E-R around two-handled cup, grain ear below. SNG Cop. 1070.TextImage
See also See the Kypsela page of Moushmov Online
Entry for Cypsela on the Digital Historia Numorum
Search for Cypsela in the British SNG Volumes' Database at the Fitzwilliam Museum
Search for Cypsela in the ANS Database

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