The Ancient Coinage of Paeoniae

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Paeoniae
(about 279 B.C.)
Autonomous bronze coins.
7386Laureate head of Zeus / PAONΩN., Thunderbolt; ΔΟ monogram below. 21 mm.
KINGS OF PAEONIAE
MOSSES (ca 450 B.C.)
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LYKKEIOS (359 – 340 B.C.)
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7387Apollo’s youthful, unbearded, laureate head right / ΛYKKEIOY., Herakles bending down, strangling the Nemean lion, right hand raised. 23 mm.
7388Laureate head of Apollo right, circle of dots around / ΛYKKEIOY., Herakles, naked standing, strangling the Nemean lion. Quiver in field. 24 mm. Table LXI 1.
7389Laureate head of Apollo right / ΛYKKEIO., Lion, tongue hanging out, about to leap right. 15 mm.
7390Laureate head of Apollo right / ΛYKKEIO., Lion crouching or lying left. 15 mm.
7391ΔEPPΩNAIOΣ. Laureate head of Apollo right, circle of dots around / Herakles bending down, strangling the Nemean lion with left hand, club in raised right, bow and quiver behind him. 12.75 gr. 27X24 mm.
PATRAOS (340 – 315 B.C.)
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7392Laureate, youthful head of Apollo right / ΠATPAOY. The king on horseback riding right, spearing a fallen enemy; monogram in field. 24 mm. Table LXI 3.
7393Laureate, youthful head of Apollo right / ΠATPAOY retrograde, The king, cuirassed and helmeted, on horseback riding right, spearing a fallen enemy; bucranium in field. 23 mm.
7394Laureate, youthful head of Apollo right / ΠATPAOY retrograde, The king, cuirassed and helmeted, on horseback riding right, spearing a fallen enemy, no symbols. 24 mm.
7395Youthful, diademed male head right / ΠATPAOY., forepart of wild boar right; sometimes monogram below. 17 mm. Table LXI 4.
7396Youthful, diademed male head right / ΠATPAOY. Eagle right. 15 mm. Table LXI 5.
7397Youthful, laureate head right / ΛΛΛ., The king walking right, spearing fallen enemy, who is holding shield. 26 mm. (Barbaric imitation). Table LXI 2.
AUDOLEAN (315 – 286 B.C.)
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7398Youthful, helmeted head (of Athena?) facing, decorated with three crests / AYΔΩΛΕοNTοΣ. Horse walking right; monogram below. 24 mm. Table LXI 9.
7399Youthful, helmeted head (of Athena?) facing, decorated with three crests / AYΔΩΛΕοNTοΣ. Horse advancing right; star in field.
7400Youthful, helmeted head (of Athena?) facing, decorated with three crests / AYΔΩΛΕONTOΣ. Horse advancing; monogram below. 23 mm.
7401Helmeted head facing / AYΔΩΛΕONTOΣ. Forepart of horse right. monogram below. 15 mm. Table LXI 7.
7402Head of youthful Herakles right, wearing lionskin headdress / BAΣIΛΕΩΣ AYΔΩΛΕON..Zeus seated left on throne, holding eagle and sceptre. 23 mm.
7403Helmeted head facing / AYΔΩΛΕONTOΣ. Horse walking right. 18 mm. Table LXI 6.
7404Bearded, laureate head of Audolean right / AYΔΩΛΕONOTOΣ. Horseman, helmeted, galloping right. (Barbaric imitation). 23 mm. Table LXI 8
EUPOLEMUS (314 – 313 B.C.)
7405Triangle of three Macedonian shields / EYΠOΛEMOY. Sword; monogram in field. 18 mm. Note: Head describes this coin as being struck by the following unknown Paeonian kings or by neighbouring rulers.
BASTAREUS (year unknown)
--Broad helmet right / BAΣTAPEOΣ. Bull right. Tetradrachm. 20.3 gr.
DROPION (279 B.C.)
--Head of Zeus right / ΠAIONΩN and monogram ΔP. Thunderbolt. AE. Possibly the same coin described as no. 7386.
NICARCHUS (year unknown)
--Laureate head of Apollo right / NIKAPXOY. Tripod. Tetradrachm. 20.4 gr.