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Ancient Greece is a part of Greek history that lasts from the onset of city states (polis, plural poleis) around 800 BC until the emergence of the Byzantine Empire around 400 AD. Read more

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Achaean League - Achaia - Drachm

12 Chalkon = 4 Tetartemorion = 1 Obol • 6 Obols = 1 Drachm • 3 Drachms = 1 Silver stater

Dichalkon (Uncertain mint) – obverse
Dichalkon (Uncertain mint) – reverse
Dichalkon (Uncertain mint)
(250 BC)
Bronze – 2.18 g – ø 15.0 mm
BCDPelop# 377-379
Tetrachalkon (Corinth) – obverse
Tetrachalkon (Corinth) – reverse
Tetrachalkon (Corinth)
(191 BC - 146 BC)
Bronze – 5.38 g – ø 20.0 mm
BCDPelop# 73.3
Tetrachalkon (Phlious) – obverse
Tetrachalkon (Phlious) – reverse
Tetrachalkon (Phlious)
(191 BC - 146 BC)
Bronze – 4.70 g – ø 20.0 mm
BCDPelop# 147-148, HGCS# 5, 179
Tetrachalkon (Aigion) – obverse
Tetrachalkon (Aigion) – reverse
Tetrachalkon (Aigion)
(188 BC - 146 BC)
Bronze – 5.25 g – ø 22.0 mm
BCDPelop# 427
Tetrachalkon (Asine) – obverse
Tetrachalkon (Asine) – reverse
Tetrachalkon (Asine)
(188 BC - 146 BC)
Bronze – 4.02 g – ø 19.0 mm
BCDPelop# 767
Tetrachalkon (Kleonai) – obverse
Tetrachalkon (Kleonai) – reverse
Tetrachalkon (Kleonai)
(191 BC - 146 BC)
Bronze – 4.09 g – ø 20.0 mm
BCDPelop# 1325
Tetrachalkon (Asea) – obverse
Tetrachalkon (Asea) – reverse
Tetrachalkon (Asea)
(191 BC - 146 BC)
Bronze – 4.59 g – ø 21.0 mm
BCDPelop# 1349
Tetrachalkon (Lousoi) – obverse
Tetrachalkon (Lousoi) – reverse
Tetrachalkon (Lousoi)
(191 BC - 146 BC)
Bronze – 4.35 g – ø 18.0 mm
BCDPelop# 1446
Tetrachalkon (Orchomenos) – obverse
Tetrachalkon (Orchomenos) – reverse
Tetrachalkon (Orchomenos)
(191 BC - 146 BC)
Bronze – 5.20 g – ø 16.0 mm
BCDPelop# 1583
Tetrachalkon (Phigaleia) – obverse
Tetrachalkon (Phigaleia) – reverse
Tetrachalkon (Phigaleia)
(191 BC - 146 BC)
Bronze – 4.45 g – ø 19.0 mm
BCDPelop# 1642
Tetrachalkon (Stymphalos) – obverse
Tetrachalkon (Stymphalos) – reverse
Tetrachalkon (Stymphalos)
(191 BC - 146 BC)
Bronze – 4.61 g – ø 17.0 mm
BCDPelop# 1708
Tetrachalkon (Thisoa) – obverse
Tetrachalkon (Thisoa) – reverse
Tetrachalkon (Thisoa)
(191 BC - 146 BC)
Bronze – 4.62 g – ø 18.5 mm
BCDPelop# 1770-1771, HGCS# 5, 1088
Tetrachalkon (Alea) – obverse
Tetrachalkon (Alea) – reverse
Tetrachalkon (Alea)
(191 BC - 146 BC)
Bronze – 4.53 g – ø 18.0 mm
Tetrachalkon (Argos) – obverse
Tetrachalkon (Argos) – reverse
Tetrachalkon (Argos)
(191 BC - 146 BC)
Bronze – 4.61 g – ø 19.5 mm
HGCS# 5, 718
Tetrachalkon (Kaphyai) – obverse
Tetrachalkon (Kaphyai) – reverse
Tetrachalkon (Kaphyai)
(191 BC - 146 BC)
Bronze – 5.79 g – ø 18.0 mm
Tetrachalkon (Keryneia) – obverse
Tetrachalkon (Keryneia) – reverse
Tetrachalkon (Keryneia)
(188 BC - 146 BC)
Bronze – 5.09 g – ø 19.0 mm
Tetrachalkon (Pellene) – obverse
Tetrachalkon (Pellene) – reverse
Tetrachalkon (Pellene)
(188 BC - 146 BC)
Bronze – 6.18 g – ø 18.0 mm
HGCS# 5, 133
Tetrachalkon (Phenaios) – obverse
Tetrachalkon (Phenaios) – reverse
Tetrachalkon (Phenaios)
(191 BC - 146 BC)
Bronze – 4.93 g – ø 17.0 mm
Hemidrachm (Megara) – obverse
Hemidrachm (Megara) – reverse
Hemidrachm (Megara)
(188 BC - 180 BC)
Silver – 1.90 g – ø 14.0 mm
BCDPelop# 22
Hemidrachm (Megara) – obverse
Hemidrachm (Megara) – reverse
Hemidrachm (Megara)
(160 BC - 146 BC)
Silver – 2.58 g – ø 15.0 mm
BCDPelop# 26

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