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PRIAPOS Fertility God City in MYSIA Apollo Crayfish Ancient Greek Coin i56289 https://trustedmedievalcoins.wordpress.com/2016/06/29/priapos-fertility-god-city-in-mysia-apollo-crayfish-ancient-greek-coin-i56289/

GAMBRION in MYSIA 400BC Apollo Gorgoneion Aegis Ancient Greek Coin RARE i50574

GAMBRION in MYSIA 400BC Apollo Gorgoneion Aegis Ancient Greek Coin RARE i50574 https://trustedmedievalcoins.wordpress.com/2016/01/01/gambrion-in-mysia-400bc-apollo-gorgoneion-aegis-ancient-greek-coin-rare-i50574/

PERGAMON in MYSIA 330BC Hercules Athena Genuine Ancient Silver Greek Coin i53335

PERGAMON in MYSIA 330BC Hercules Athena Genuine Ancient Silver Greek Coin i53335 https://trustedmedievalcoins.wordpress.com/2015/12/21/pergamon-in-mysia-330bc-hercules-athena-genuine-ancient-silver-greek-coin-i53335/

One of the oldest and rarest coins in the world… A Lydo-Milesian electrum stater from Ephesus (?) struck sometime between 630 and 600 BC. It shows a spotted stag grazing with a retrograde inscription that translates to “I am the badge (or seal) of Phanes”.

PERGAMON in MYSIA 100BC Asclepius Snake Omphalos Ancient Greek Coin i54052

Tetradrachm from Klazomenai, Ionia, C. 370 BCObverse: Head of Apollo facing, inclined slightly to left, wearing a laurel-wreath. Reverse: KΛAIOMENION (only partially visible), swan standing to left with its wings open and its head turned back to face...

https://flic.kr/p/dq2hNA | A Magnificent Greek Silver Cistophoric Tetradrachm of Pergamon (Mysia), the Finest Example Known of this Mysterious Issue | Mysie Pergame. Cistophore vers 180-133 av. J.-C. 12,74g. Ciste mystique, le couvercle entrouvert d’où s’échappe un serpent; sur le pourtour, une couronne de lierre et de corymbes / Gorythe avec arc entre deux serpents entrelacés; dans le champ gauche, un monogramme. Kleiner, Serie 11a; SNG France 5, 1707. Le plus bel exemplaire connu de…

*GREECE ~ Silver didrachm Eretria, p. 500-480 BC Obverse: Cow, symbol of the island of Evia. Reverse: Octopus (x 4).Athens Numismatic Museum Source: "GREEK ART - ANCIENT COINS" Mantis Economidou | Editorial Athens | 1996