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Coin ID #1780

Myriandros (BC 337-333) Hemiobol

ca 337-333 BC? AR Hemiobol (0.36g). Bearded head of male left, wearing pointed cap (Artaxerxes III Ochos?) / Beardless head of male left, wearing pointed cap (Dareios III Kodomannos?). Toned, EF. Extremely rare.

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Filename:00258q00~0.jpg
City/Mint name:Myriandros
Rating (18 votes):11111
Keywords:silver / classical
References:SNG Levante 182
Valuation:Peus Auc. 368 (4/2001), lot 257 (est. DM 7,500; unsold)
Photo courtesy of:Dr. Busso Peus Nachfolger - www.bussopeus.de
Filesize:42 KiB
Date added:May 31, 2005
Dimensions:635 x 300 pixels
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Dimitry   [May 31, 2005 at 05:01 AM]
Peus remarks that the coin was likely struck by Mazaios in Cilicia after by Artaxerxes III Ochos drove out Nektanebo II from the Egyptian throne, and reintegrated Egypt into the Achaemenid empire.

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