, , Italy, c. 300 - 250 B.C.
or was an important city of Magna , on a plain of extraordinary fertility on the Gulf of Tarentum, between the river Bradanus and the Casuentus (modern Basento). It was distant about 20 km from and 40 from Tarentum. The ruins of are located in the frazione of Metaponto, in the comune of Bernalda, in the Province of Matera, Basilicata region, Italy.SH70576. Bronze AE 14, 62, 574, 1261, 534, 55, 420, 232, 1698, -, gVF, nice , , 3.426 g, maximum 14.3 mm, 270o, mint, c. 300 - 250 B.C.; of Demeter right, hair rolled and wreathed with barley, wearing pendant earring; (upwards on left), of barley with leaf right, fly (bee?) on right flying right above leaf; $240.00 (Ä213.60)
Erythrai, , c. 133 - 30 B.C.
GB75487. Bronze trichalkon, p. 140, 212; 721; 2873; -; -, VF, green , 2.524 g, maximum 15.9 mm, 90o, , Erythrai ( of Ildiri, Turkey) mint, magistrate Herakleos, c. 133 - 30 B.C.; of Herakles right, clad in scalp headdress tied at neck; Bow-in-bow case above, HPAKΛEOΣ / EΠIKOYPOY (magistrate's name and ) in two lines across center, bee left lower left, club over EPY lower right; ; $60.00 (Ä53.40)
"Kainon," , c. 367 - 340 B.C.
This issue, assigned to Alaisa in many references, was perhaps produced by Thracian mercenaries operating in in the 4th century B.C.GI75648. Bronze tetras, I, p. 252, 10; 134 (Alaesa); 218 (Alaisa); 1178 (Alaesa); p. 29, 8 (Alaesa); 509, F, scrapes, 9.108 g, maximum 21.9 mm, 45o, uncertain mint, c. 367 - 340 B.C.; springing left, wings open, grasshopper left below; horse prancing left, loose reigns flying behind, KAINON in , with eight rays around a central pellet above; $60.00 (Ä53.40)
Cherronesos, , c. 400 - 338 B.C.
Cherronesos is Greek for 'peninsula' and several cities used the name. The city in Thracian Chersonesos (the Gallipoli peninsula) that struck these coins is uncertain. The coins may have been struck at Cardia by the peninsula as a league, or perhaps they were struck by lost city on the peninsula named Cherronesos. Cherronesos was controlled by Athens from 560 B.C. to 338 B.C., aside from a brief period during this time when it was controlled by . It was taken by of in 338 B.C., in 189 B.C., and Rome in 133 B.C. It was later ruled by the and then by the Ottoman Turks.GS75422. Silver , p. 186, 49; 834; -; -; -; -, -, -, -, -, VF, , small cutting off much of the and bee body, porous, light marks, 2.300 g, maximum 12.8 mm, Cherronesos mint, c. 400 - 338 B.C.; forepart right, turned back left, tongue protruding; quadripartite with alternating shallow and deeper sunken quarters, pellet above X in one sunk quadrant, a bee in the opposite sunk quadrant; ; $40.00 (Ä35.60)
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