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Home > Catalog > |Greek Coins| > |Geographic - All Periods| > |Sicily| > |Other Sicily| > GB16348
Atl, Sicily, 357 - 336 B.C.
Calciati reports that coin finds near Caccamo confirm the location of Atl, a settelment of mercenaries. This type was found on that site in two nearly identical varieties, one with the legend AΘΛ. Our coin appears closer in style to the examples without a legend but we think we see an A or Λ off the tip of Athena's nose. All three of the types issued by Atl are very rare.
GB16348. Bronze AE 16, Calciati III, p. 289, 2 or 3 (same with no obv legend); SNG ANS addendum to Sicily II, 1358 (attributed to Mylistratus), VF, Atl mint, weight 2.733g, maximum diameter 15.5mm, die axis 45o, 357 - 336 B.C.; obverse AΘΛ?, head of Athena right in a crested helmet right, barbarous style; reverse female seated right in helmet and long chiton, possibly bare breasted, lowered bow in left, branch or trident in right; attractive burgundy and dark olive patina; very rare; SOLD

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