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Magydos, Pamphylia


[B]Magydos, Pamphylia (c.100 BC.) AE 17[/B] [u]Obv[/u]: Draped bust of Artemis holding quiver on her back, facing left. [u]Rev[/u]: APTEMIΔOΣ ΠEPΓAIAΣ partially visible legend; Artemis in long chiton hurrying right, holding bow in her extended left hand, burning torch in her right; Δ in field. [u]Attribution[/u]: SNG BN Paris 350; SNG PFPS 229. [u]Provenance[/u]: uncleaned lot find. [u]Weight[/u]: 6.27 gm [u]Maximal Diameter[/u]: 16.76 mm [u]Axis[/u]: 12 [u]Note[/u]: Magydus (Masythus, Mygdala), a maritime town of Pamphylia, east of Attalia (Classical Gazetteer, William Hazlit, 1851; pg. 213). GK197

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