Kefra or Kapara (Solous in Greek) was a city on the Tyrrhenian coast of North Sicily, near present-day Sòlanto. It was founded by the Phoenicians and passed on, together with Panormus and Motya, to Carthage. It was briefly occupied by Dionysus (396BC) and Agathocles (315-307BC) and finally conquered by the Romans sometime between 254-241BC.
Kefra issued bronze coins beginning from the 5th Century BC.
Numista referee for coins of this issuer is stratocaster.
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