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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

See also: Rome, Roman provinces, Greece, Persian satrapies

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Arkadian League - Arkadia - Drachm

Hemidrachm (Mantineia) – obverse
Hemidrachm (Mantineia) – reverse
Hemidrachm (Mantineia)
(-450--430)
Silver – 2.92 g – ø 14.0 mm
BCDPelop# 1465
Hemidrachm (Megalopolis) – obverse
Hemidrachm (Megalopolis) – reverse
Hemidrachm (Megalopolis)
(-330--275)
Silver – 2.83 g – ø 14.0 mm
BCDPelop# 1522-1523, HGCS# 5, 929
Hemidrachm (Megalopolis) – obverse
Hemidrachm (Megalopolis) – reverse
Hemidrachm (Megalopolis)
(-330--275)
Silver – 2.81 g – ø 14.0 mm
BCDPelop# 1530
Hemidrachm (Megalopolis) – obverse
Hemidrachm (Megalopolis) – reverse
Hemidrachm (Megalopolis)
(-175--168)
Silver – 2.39 g – ø 14.5 mm
BCDPelop# 1547.4, HGCS# 5, 932
Hemidrachm (Tegea) – obverse
Hemidrachm (Tegea) – reverse
Hemidrachm (Tegea)
(-465--460)
Silver – 2.72 g – ø 14.0 mm
BCDPelop# 1709, HGCS# 5, 1032
Hemidrachm (Tegea) – obverse
Hemidrachm (Tegea) – reverse
Hemidrachm (Tegea)
(-465--460)
Silver – 2.81 g – ø 13.0 mm
BCDPelop# 1711, HGCS# 5, 1034
Hemidrachm (Tegea) – obverse
Hemidrachm (Tegea) – reverse
Hemidrachm (Tegea)
(-460--450)
Silver – 2.85 g – ø 13.0 mm
BCDPelop# 1714-1715
Hemidrachm (Tegea) – obverse
Hemidrachm (Tegea) – reverse
Hemidrachm (Tegea)
(-460--450)
Silver – 2.84 g – ø 13.0 mm
BCDPelop# 1715
Hemidrachm (Tegea) – obverse
Hemidrachm (Tegea) – reverse
Hemidrachm (Tegea)
(-460--450)
Silver – 2.96 g – ø 14.0 mm
BCDPelop# II, 2577, HGCS# 5, 1038
Hemidrachm (Mantineia) – obverse
Hemidrachm (Mantineia) – reverse
Hemidrachm (Mantineia)
(-450--430)
Silver – 2.91 g – ø 13.0 mm
BCDPelop# II, 2589
Hemidrachm (Kleitor) – obverse
Hemidrachm (Kleitor) – reverse
Hemidrachm (Kleitor)
(-460--450)
Silver – 2.84 g – ø 13.0 mm
Hemidrachm (Mantineia) – obverse
Hemidrachm (Mantineia) – reverse
Hemidrachm (Mantineia)
(-465--460)
Silver – 2.86 g – ø 14.0 mm
Hemidrachm (Mantineia) – obverse
Hemidrachm (Mantineia) – reverse
Hemidrachm (Mantineia)
(-465--460)
Silver – 2.86 g – ø 13.0 mm
Hemidrachm (Tegea) – obverse
Hemidrachm (Tegea) – reverse
Hemidrachm (Tegea)
(-460--450)
Silver – 3.13 g – ø 14.0 mm
Hemidrachm (Tegea) – obverse
Hemidrachm (Tegea) – reverse
Hemidrachm (Tegea)
(-460--450)
Silver – 2.95 g – ø 12.0 mm
BCDPelop# II, 2570
Stater (Megalopolis) – obverse
Stater (Megalopolis) – reverse
Stater (Megalopolis)
(-363--362)
Silver – 12.19 g – ø 24.0 mm
BCDPelop# 1511, SNG Fitzw# 3851
Stater (Megalopolis) – obverse
Stater (Megalopolis) – reverse
Stater (Megalopolis)
(-363--362)
Silver – 12.13 g – ø 24.0 mm
BCDPelop# 1512, Jameson# 1276

Arpi - Apulia

Bronze Æ17 – obverse
Bronze Æ17 – reverse
Bronze Æ17
(-325--275)
Copper – 8 g – ø 17 mm
GCV# 569

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