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Kasolaba, Caria, c. 410 - 390 B.C.
One of the letters on most example of this type or is only known in the Karian script but determining the mint city within Karia is less certain. The most current interpretation of the inscriptions and some recorded provenances support Kasolaba, a city which is mentioned in the Athenian Tribute Lists but whose precise location is uncertain.
GA87964. Silver hemiobol, Konuk Kasolaba 7, SNG Kayhan 996, SNG Keckman 873, SNG TŁbingen 3316, Klein 497, Troxell 9A, VF/EF, interesting male head, lightly etched surfaces, tiny edge split, Kasolaba mint, weight 0.510g, maximum diameter 7.3mm, die axis 180o
, c. 410 - 390 B.C.; obverse head of ram right; reverse young male head right, curly hair, Carian ethnic abbreviation:
- A divided low across field, within an incuse square; ON LAYAWAY
Catalog current as of Monday, June 17, 2019.
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