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cn type 20740

Mint
Byzantion 🔍
Region: Thrace
Date
c. 150-120 BC
Hellenistic Period  🔍
Obverse
Design
Diademed head of deified Alexander the Great with horn of Ammon, right.
Reverse
Legend
ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΛΥΣΙΜΑΧΟΥ
Design
Athena (Nikephoros) seated left, holding Nike and spear; shield behind.
Monogram
Monogram reverse (position: on the left)
Symbol
ΒΥ (position: Beneath throne)
lying trident with two dolphins (position: in exergue)
Persons
Sitter
Alexander der Große 🔍
stated authority
Lysimachos 🔍
Metrology
Denomination
stater 🔍
Material
gold  🔍
Average Diameter
18 mm (1x)
Average Weight
8.5 g (1x)
Axes
12 (1x)
Citation
Müller, Die Münzen des Thracischen Königs Lysimachus, Kopenhagen 1858 nr. 154 
Marinescu, Making and Spending Money Along the Bosporus: the Lysimachi Coinages Minted by Byzantium and Chalcedon and their Socio-Cultural Context, 1996 p. 165f., nr. 481-486 
Cite this record:
cn type 20740, in: Corpus Nummorum, https://www.corpus-nummorum.eu/types/20740 [Last downloaded: 2022/07/06]
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