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The Ancient Coinage of Orthagoria

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Including additional items for this online edition, with numbers in italics.

ORTHAGORIA

(about 400 – 350 B.C.) city on Halkidika, along the bay of Strimon Autonomous coins.
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Silver:

6427 Artemis’ head opposite; quiver behind. Rev. : OPΘAΓOPEΩN. Helmet and star above. 13 – 15 mm. Plate XLV 3.
6428 Artemis’ head right; quiver behind. Rev. : The same. Beneath the helmet H. 15 mm. Plate XLV 1.
6429 The same. Medal. 30 mm.
Orthagoreia. c350 BC. AR Stater. Head of Artemis right, quiver over shoulder / ORQAGOREWN, crested Macedonian helmet with cheek flaps surmounted by star; HG monogram below.
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Bronze.

6430 Apollo’s laureate head right. Rev. : OPΘAΓOPEΩN. Helmet and star above. Plate XLV 4.
6431 Woman’s head with tied back hair, right. Rev. : Helmet with two crests within laurel wreath.
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See also WildWinds' Orthagoreia page

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