Phokaia, , c. 350 - 300 B.C.
is the messenger of the gods in Greek mythology. An Olympian god, he is also the of boundaries and of the travelers who them, of shepherds and cowherds, of thieves and road travelers, of orators and wit, of literature and poets, of athletics, of and measures, of invention, of general commerce, and of the cunning of thieves and liars. His include the tortoise, the rooster, the winged sandals, and the . The analogous Roman deity is Mercury.GB71725. Bronze AE 18, 217, 105; 1038; 7959; -, gVF, dark green , a little rough, 3.433 g, maximum 17.6 mm, 0o, Phokaia (Foca, Turkey) mint, magistrate Pythis, c. 350 - 300 B.C.; of right, wearing and ; forepart of right, Φ−Ω divided above body and forelegs, ΠYΘIΣ below; ex Numismatics auction 4 (30 Sep 2012), lot 1681; $70.00 (€62.30)
Phokaia, , c. 477 - 388 B.C.
Phokaia was the most northerly of the communities in and was the mother city of many colonies in the western Mediterranean , including Massalia (modern Marseille, France).SH38617.
hekte, 90, 2126, VF, 2.558 g, maximum 10.2 mm, Phocaea mint, c. 477 - 388 B.C.; of a nymph left, seal below; quadripartite square; SOLD
Phokaia, , c. 487 - 326 B.C.
Phokaia (Phocaea) was the most northerly of the communities in and was the mother city of many colonies in the western Mediterranean , including Massalia (modern Marseille, France).SH75215.
hekte, 102, pl. 49 b/ß; BMC p. 212, 63; 6084; 1920; -; -, VF, , , light contact marks, 2.540 g, maximum 10.2 mm, Phokaia (Foca, Turkey) mint, c. 477 - 388 B.C.; laureate of nymph left, hair in , seal right below; quadripartite square; SOLD
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