|Type||Standard circulation coin|
|Years||435 BC - 405 BC|
|Value||1 Diobol = 2 Obols = 1/3 Drachm (1/3)|
Greek Coins and Their Values
by David R. Sear
Head of a young Hermes, right.
Goat facing right, laurel branch in right field.
Hystorical detail: Diobol equals two obols, in use in many cities of ancient Greece.
The diobelia was on the dole, a diobol of a day, granted in ancient Athens during the war deceleica, for citizens impoverished by Spartan occupation of the Attica territories.
It was also assigned, as a bonus, to those who participated in the people's assembly, and probably later, to those who went to the theater.
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|ND (435 BC - 405 BC)||(fr) AIN|
|ND (435 BC - 405 BC)||(fr) AINI chardon|
|ND (435 BC - 405 BC)||(fr) AINI laurier|
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