Asia Minor Coins - Photo Gallery

Ancient Greek and Roman coins from Asia Minor


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Teuthrania (BC 400) AE 9 - Prokles732 viewsProkles, Satrap of Teuthrania and Halisarna, ca 400 BC. AE9 (1.0g). Head of Apollo left / [TEY], head of satrap right, wearing kyrbasia; monogram to right. Very rare. gVF.
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Teuthrania (BC 400) AE 9 - Prokles217 viewsProkles, Satrap of Teuthrania and Halisarna, ca 400 BC. AE9 (1.1g). Head of Apollo left / T[EY], head of satrap right, wearing kyrbasia; [monogram to right]. Very rare. aVF.
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Teuthrania (BC 400) AE 10 - Prokles200 viewsca 400 BC. AE10 (0.92g). Prokles, Satrap of Teuthrania and Halisarna. Head of Apollo left / Head of satrap right, wearing bashlyk, TEY behind, monogram to right. VF.
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Teuthrania (BC 400) AE 10 - Prokles42 viewsca 400 BC. Prokles (Satrap of Teuthrania and Halisarna. AE10 (1.00g). Head of Apollo left, wearing taenia / TEY, head of satrap right, wearing bashlyk, monogram to right. VF. Rare.
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Teuthrania (BC 400) AE 11 - Prokles465 viewsca 399 BC, rule of Prokles I (Gongylos), dynast. AE11 (0.97g) Laureate head of Apollo left / Beardless head of young male right, wearing Persian tiara (headdress - also known as kyrbasia or bashlyk), ΤΕΥ to left. Black patina, VF. Very rare.

Prokles was the brother of Eurysthenes, who ruled Pergamon around the same time.
     
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