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Thrace tetradrachm — detail
 

Thrace tetradrachm — detail


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—struck by Lysimachos [uncertain mint], 301–281 BC obv.- Bust of deified Alexander with horns of Ammon rev.- BAΣIΛEΩΣ ΛYΣIMAXOY; Athena seated, leaning on shield, monogram to right. The monogram is common to issues of Miletos, Dyrrhachium, and Pella, so most likely struck in one of those cities. 28mm; 17g; silver

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