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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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Aigeai - Cilicia - Drachm

Tetradrachm – obverse
Tetradrachm – reverse
Tetradrachm
(47 BC - 26 BC)
Silver – 14.38 g – ø 26.0 mm
SNG BN# 2280

Aigeira - Achaia - Drachm

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

Chalkon – obverse
Chalkon – reverse
Chalkon
(370 BC - 330 BC)
Bronze – 1.54 g – ø 13.0 mm
SNG Cop# 127
Dichalkon – obverse
Dichalkon – reverse
Dichalkon
(40 BC - 30 BC)
Bronze – 1.75 g – ø 12.0 mm
SNG Cop# 130
Tetrachalkon – obverse
Tetrachalkon – reverse
Tetrachalkon
(40 BC - 30 BC)
Bronze – 4.64 g – ø 18.0 mm
SNG Cop# 129
Tetrachalkon – obverse
Tetrachalkon – reverse
Tetrachalkon
(40 BC - 30 BC)
Bronze – 4.00 g

Aigiale - Cyclades - Drachm

Bronze Æ15 – obverse
Bronze Æ15 – reverse
Bronze Æ15
(300 BC - 100 BC)
Bronze – 4.09 g – ø 15.0 mm
SNG Cop# 592

Aigion - Achaia - Drachm

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

Dichalkon – obverse
Dichalkon – reverse
Dichalkon
(200 BC - 175 BC)
Bronze – 2.22 g
Tetrachalkon – obverse
Tetrachalkon – reverse
Tetrachalkon
(37 BC - 31 BC)
Bronze – 4.59 g – ø 19.0 mm
Hexachalkon – obverse
Hexachalkon – reverse
Hexachalkon
(37 BC - 31 BC)
Bronze – 6.59 g – ø 22.0 mm

Airai - Ionia - Drachm

8 Chalkon = 4 Tetartemorion = 1 Obol • 6 Obols = 1 Drachm • 20 Drachms = 10 Silver stater = 1 Gold stater

Bronze Æ13 – obverse
Bronze Æ13 – reverse
Bronze Æ13
(370 BC - 350 BC)
Bronze – 1.80 g – ø 13.0 mm

Akragas - Sicily - Litra

12 Onkiai = 1 Litra • 5 Litrai = 1 Attic standard drachm

Hemidrachm – obverse
Hemidrachm – reverse
Hemidrachm
(410 BC - 406 BC)
Silver – 1.83 g – ø 15.0 mm
SNG ANS# 1009
Didrachm – obverse
Didrachm – reverse
Didrachm
(510 BC - 500 BC)
Silver – 8.65 g – ø 20.0 mm
SNG ANS# 907
Didrachm – obverse
Didrachm – reverse
Didrachm
(500 BC - 495 AD)
Silver – 8.48 g – ø 21.0 mm
SNG ANS# 921
Didrachm – obverse
Didrachm – reverse
Didrachm
(482 BC - 472 AD)
Silver – 8.53 g – ø 19.0 mm
SNG ANS# 957
Tetradrachm – obverse
Tetradrachm – reverse
Tetradrachm
(464 BC - 450 BC)
Silver – 17.36 g – ø 24.0 mm
SNG ANS# 976-978
Diobol – obverse
Diobol – reverse
Diobol
(410 BC - 406 BC)
Gold – 1.34 g
SNG ANS# 999, SNG Cop# 52
Tetradrachm – obverse
Tetradrachm – reverse
Tetradrachm
(409 BC - 406 BC)
Silver – 17.23 g – ø 26.0 mm
SNG ANS# 1000

Akraiphion - Boeotia - Drachm

Tetartemorion – obverse
Tetartemorion – reverse
Tetartemorion
(475 BC - 450 BC)
Silver – 0.13 g
BCDBoiot# 149
Hemiobol – obverse
Hemiobol – reverse
Hemiobol
(475 BC - 450 BC)
Silver – 0.29 g

Alabanda - Caria - Drachm

Bronze Æ20 – obverse
Bronze Æ20 – reverse
Bronze Æ20
(100 BC - 1 BC)
Bronze – 5.32 g – ø 20.0 mm
SNG Mun# 28

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