- 513-460 BC
- Classical Period
- reduced Aeginetan
- Horseman (Hermes?) standing right with petasus and double spear pointing upward, leading horse right.
- Quadripartite incuse square, divided by two crossed lines.
Peykov, Catalogue of the coins from Thrace. Part I: Tribal and rulers' coinages of Thracians, Paeonians, Celts and Scythians 5th c. B.C. - 1st c. A.D.
(no. A0630, p. 16-17)
Topalov, Urban bronze coins of small denomination from the Propontis area with images of a conical vessel with two handles, dynastic symbol of the coinage of the early Odrysian kings of the 5th-4th centuries B.C.; Genealogy of the Odrysian Dynasty from the end of the 6th to the 3rd quarter of 4th century B.C.; Catalogue of early Thracian tribal coins of 6th-5th century B.C., anepigraphic types of coins minted on the territory of the early Odrysian Kingdom and early Odrysian regal coins of 5th-4th century B.C.
(no. 16, p. 56)
- Cite this record:
cn.orrescii.4442, in: Corpus Nummorum, https://www.corpus-nummorum.eu/types/4442
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