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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/

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/

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/

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/

https://flic.kr/p/zGXqgr | A Rare and Exceptional Greek Electrum Stater of Kyzikos (Mysia), Probably the Finest Example Known of this Issue | MYSIA, Kyzikos. Circa 500-450 BC. EL Stater (18.5mm, 16.08 g). Forepart of winged lion left; to right, tunny upward / Quadripartite incuse square. von Fritze I 96; SNG France 237; SNG von Aulock –; Boston MFA –; Dewing –; Jameson –; Pozzi –. EF. Well centered and struck. Very rare, and possibly the finest known.  CNG100, 1411

https://flic.kr/p/zGXqgr | A Rare and Exceptional Greek Electrum Stater of Kyzikos (Mysia), Probably the Finest Example Known of this Issue | MYSIA, Kyzikos. Circa 500-450 BC. EL Stater (18.5mm, 16.08 g). Forepart of winged lion left; to right, tunny upward / Quadripartite incuse square. von Fritze I 96; SNG France 237; SNG von Aulock –; Boston MFA –; Dewing –; Jameson –; Pozzi –. EF. Well centered and struck. Very rare, and possibly the finest known. CNG100, 1411

La representación más temprana de Kyzikos, hijo de Apolo Este stater del electrum de Kyzikos, Mysia, c. 460-400 aC muestra el héroe Kyzikos, montando su caballo de cría a un galope a la derecha. Esta es la representación más temprana del Thessalian Kyzikos, el hijo de Apolo y el fundador de la famosa ciudad de Kyzikos situada en el Mar de Mármara, donde la captura de atún era tan importante que el animal se convirtió en el rasgo característico de la acuñación de esta ciudad.

La representación más temprana de Kyzikos, hijo de Apolo Este stater del electrum de Kyzikos, Mysia, c. 460-400 aC muestra el héroe Kyzikos, montando su caballo de cría a un galope a la derecha. Esta es la representación más temprana del Thessalian Kyzikos, el hijo de Apolo y el fundador de la famosa ciudad de Kyzikos situada en el Mar de Mármara, donde la captura de atún era tan importante que el animal se convirtió en el rasgo característico de la acuñación de esta ciudad.

This electrum stater was struck in the city of Kyzikos, Mysia circa 450-400 BC (map). It shows a male figure wearing a pilos and a chlamys. He’s kneeling while in the act sacrificing a ram. A tunny fish is below him and a quadripartite incuse square is on the reverse.  The identity of the figure on the obverse of this coin has been widely debated. It has been suggested that it could be Phrixos, in the act of sacrificing the ram with the golden fleece. However, on the basis of the pilos…

This electrum stater was struck in the city of Kyzikos, Mysia circa 450-400 BC (map). It shows a male figure wearing a pilos and a chlamys. He’s kneeling while in the act sacrificing a ram. A tunny fish is below him and a quadripartite incuse square is on the reverse. The identity of the figure on the obverse of this coin has been widely debated. It has been suggested that it could be Phrixos, in the act of sacrificing the ram with the golden fleece. However, on the basis of the pilos…

Very Rare Electrum Stater from Kyzikos, Mysia c. 500-450 BC The coin shows a winged deer with a tunny fish below; an incuse quadripartite square is on the reverse. Kyzikos (Cyzicus) was a city in the region of Mysia in the northwest of ancient Asia Minor or Anatolia (modern Balıkesir Province, Turkey). The city was said to have been founded by Pelasgians from Thessaly, according to tradition at the coming of the Argonauts; later it received many colonies from Miletus, allegedly in 756 BC…

Very Rare Electrum Stater from Kyzikos, Mysia c. 500-450 BC The coin shows a winged deer with a tunny fish below; an incuse quadripartite square is on the reverse. Kyzikos (Cyzicus) was a city in the region of Mysia in the northwest of ancient Asia Minor or Anatolia (modern Balıkesir Province, Turkey). The city was said to have been founded by Pelasgians from Thessaly, according to tradition at the coming of the Argonauts; later it received many colonies from Miletus, allegedly in 756 BC…

Pergamon, Mysia 159-138 BC Attalos II "Athena & Serpent " Ancient Greek Coin in Coins, Coins, Ancient | eBay

Pergamon, Mysia 159-138 BC Attalos II "Athena & Serpent " Ancient Greek Coin in Coins, Coins, Ancient | eBay

Coin Apollo Cyzicus,ca 375 BC,Phocaic standard,Laurente read of Apollo three-quarters rigth,below,tuna rigth-The first artistically successful facing heads on coins were created in Sicily ca 410 BC or 405 ,

Coin Apollo Cyzicus,ca 375 BC,Phocaic standard,Laurente read of Apollo three-quarters rigth,below,tuna rigth-The first artistically successful facing heads on coins were created in Sicily ca 410 BC or 405 ,

EL Hemihecte. Greek Coins, Italy, Mysia, Cyzicus. Circa 480-450 BC. 1,33g. Von Fritze, Kyzikos 7,85. Rare denomination. EF. Price realized 2011: 1.900 USD.

EL Hemihecte. Greek Coins, Italy, Mysia, Cyzicus. Circa 480-450 BC. 1,33g. Von Fritze, Kyzikos 7,85. Rare denomination. EF. Price realized 2011: 1.900 USD.

Greek coin. Electrum, minted in Cyzikus.

Greek coin. Electrum, minted in Cyzikus.

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