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Museum of the History of Cypriot Coinage / 1999-01-01
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Exhibition Number:  Case 3/13
Period:  The Cypriote City-Kingdoms (c. 6th-4th BC)
Mint:  Salamis
Issue Authority:  Evagoras I
Dating:  411-374/3 BC
Denomination:  1/24 (?)
Material:  AR
Weight:  0.433 g
Diametre:  8 mm

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OBVERSE

Description:
Head of bearded Heracles wearing lion’s skin, right; in linear circle.
Inscription:

REVERSE

Description:
Wheel with four spokes ending in a lotus flower, syllabic symbol between two spokes.
Inscription:
Syllabic inscription
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