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The Ancient Coinage of Bizanthe
Including additional items for this online edition, with numbers in italics.
|(near 280 B.C.) (now Rodosto) Autonomous bronze coins.|
|3194||Demeter’s veiled head with wreath of ears, right. Rev. : BIΣANΘHNΩN within wreath of ears. 21 mm.|
|3195||Apollo’s laureate head right. Rev. : The same legend. Tripod. 17 mm.|
|3196||The same – smaller. 12 mm.|
|3197||Dionysos’s head with ivy wreath right. Rev. : BI. Bunch of grapes. 18 mm.|
|3198||Athena’s helmeted head right; owlet in countermark. Rev. : BIΣAN. Owlet right, holding branch in its claws. 15 mm.|
|3199||Apollo’s laureate head right. Rev. : BIΣAN. Vase with 2 handles (Diota). 10 mm. Plate XVIII 9.|
|3200||Athena’s helmeted head right. Rev. : BIΣAN. Owlet opposite. The rev. is hollow. 10˝ mm.|
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