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2 AE'S WITH KANTHAROS EACH

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makrihoria:
Hi,
Could anyone help me with the identification of these AE's:

The one on the left:  11mm, 1.9gr and the other one: 16mm, 2.6gr.

THANKS A LOT IN ADVANCE.
makrihoria

tacrolimus:
The larger reminds me of Methymna, Lesbos. Head of Athena/Kantharos. M - A/ Q - Y.
Similar to SG 4297 (AE 17).
Can't you describe the cmk? Perhaps a bee or a lyre?

jbaran:
nice turtle-esque countermark. :)

tacrolimus:
Possibly SG 4299 due to the border of dots and no symbol on reverse rigth field.

makrihoria:
Dear tacrolimus,
Many many thnaks for the informations. Yes, You are absolutly right! I have found it in Sear. It says that sometimes these are countermarked with a lyre on observe. Yes, indeed! This one has a lyre countermark on too.

REGARDS
makrihoria

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