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Perinthos
CN_1944

inherits from Type 890
21.0 mm

Laureate head of Zeus, right. Border of dots.
ΠΕΡΙΝ; mon. ΚΙΣ Two conjoined foreparts of prancing horses; ornated with acanthus leave...

c. 357-388 BC, Silver, 189, 10.56 g, Athen

Perinthos
CN_1945

inherits from Type 890
23.0 mm

Laureate head of Zeus, right. Border of dots.
ΠΕΡΙΝ; mon. ΚΙΣ Two conjoined foreparts of prancing horses; ornated with acanthus leave...

c. 357-338 BC, Silver, 189, 10.48 g

coin obverse 1946 1946coin reverse 1946 1946

Perinthos
CN_1946

inherits from Type 890
27.0 mm

Laureate head of Zeus, right. Border of dots.
ΠΕΡΙΝ; mon. ΚΙΣ Two conjoined foreparts of prancing horses; ornated with acanthus leaves...

c. 357-338 BC, Silver, 189, 10.52 g, Paris

Perinthos
CN_1947

inherits from Type 891
16.0 mm

Head of Demeter, left, wearing corn wreath, earring and necklace.
ΠΕΡΙΝ; mon. ΚΙΣ • Two conjoined foreparts of prancing horses; ornated with acanthus le...

c. 357-338 BC, Silver, 190, 2.61 g, Oxford

Perinthos
CN_1948

inherits from Type 892
13.0 mm

Head of Demeter, right, wearing earrings and necklace; below, grain.
ΠΕ Two conjoined foreparts of prancing horses.

c. 357-338 BC, Silver, 190, 2.62 g

Perinthos
CN_1949

inherits from Type 892
13.0 mm

Head of Demeter, right, wearing earrings and necklace; below, grain.
ΠΕ Two conjoined foreparts of prancing horses.

c. 357-338 BC, Silver, 190, 2.43 g, London

Perinthos
CN_1950

inherits from Type 892
14.0 mm

Head of Demeter, right, wearing earrings and necklace; below, grain.
ΠΕ Two conjoined foreparts of prancing horses.

c. 357-338 BC, Silver, 190, 2.22 g, Sofia

Perinthos
CN_1951

inherits from Type 892
13.0 mm

Head of Demeter, right, wearing earrings and necklace; below, grain.
ΠΕ Two conjoined foreparts of prancing horses.

c. 357-338 BC, Silver, 190, 2.30 g, Berlin

Perinthos
CN_1952

inherits from Type 892
13.0 mm

Head of Demeter, right, wearing earrings and necklace; below, grain.
ΠΕ Two conjoined foreparts of prancing horses.

c. 357-338 BC, Silver, 190, 2.52 g