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Home > Catalog > |Greek Coins| > |Geographic - All Periods| > |Anatolia| > |Pamphylia| > SH12296
Aspendos, Pamphylia, 370 - 333 B.C.
Aspendos is about 40 km east of Antalya, Turkey about 16 km inland on the Eurymedon River. In 546 B.C. it fell to Persia. After a Persian defeat in 467, the city joined the Attic-Delos Maritime League. Persia took it again in 411 B.C., Alexander in 333 B.C., and Rome in 190 B.C. Although often subject to powerful empires, the city usually retained substantial autonomy.
SH12296. Silver stater, SNG Cop 233, SNG BnF 87, SNGvA -, SGCV II 5398 var., VF, flat strike, Aspendos mint, weight 10.871g, maximum diameter 22.8mm, die axis 0o, 370 - 333 B.C.; obverse two wrestlers, the left one holds the wrist of his opponent with his right and right forearm with his left hand, ∆A between their legs; reverse EΣTΦE∆IIYΣ on left, slinger, wearing short chiton, discharging sling to right, triskeles on right with feet clockwise, no trace of incuse square; flatly struck as is typical for the issue; SOLD











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