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Syria is a country in the Levant on the eastern Mediterranean coast south of Turkey and east of Lebanon. It also borders Iraq, Jordan and Israel. 23 million people lived in Syria before the outbreak of the Syrian Civil War in 2011. Read more

See also: Lebanon, Ottoman Empire, County of Edessa, Principality of Antioch

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Syria - Damascus Eyalet - Akçe (1516-1687)

Mangir - Selim I (Aleppo) – obverse
Mangir - Selim I (Aleppo) – reverse
Mangir - Selim I (Aleppo)
(1516-1520)
Copper – 2.7 g – ø 17 mm
Mangir - Selim I (Damascus, AH 923) – obverse
Mangir - Selim I (Damascus, AH 923) – reverse
Mangir - Selim I (Damascus, AH 923)
923 (1517)
Copper – 1.92 g – ø 15.5 mm
Mangir - Suleiman I (Damascus) – obverse
Mangir - Suleiman I (Damascus) – reverse
Mangir - Suleiman I (Damascus)
926 (1520)
Copper – 1.83 g
A# 1323
Mangir - Suleiman I (Damascus) – obverse
Mangir - Suleiman I (Damascus) – reverse
Mangir - Suleiman I (Damascus)
(1520-1567)
Copper – 2.9 g – ø 15 mm
Medin - Suleiman I (Aleppo) – obverse
Medin - Suleiman I (Aleppo) – reverse
Medin - Suleiman I (Aleppo)
926 (1520)
Silver – 1.27 g – ø 17 mm
Mangir - Selim II (Damascus) – obverse
Mangir - Selim II (Damascus) – reverse
Mangir - Selim II (Damascus)
977 (1570)
Copper – 1.86 g – ø 12 mm
Mangir - Murad III (Damascus) – obverse
Mangir - Murad III (Damascus) – reverse
Mangir - Murad III (Damascus)
982 (1575)
Copper – 1.05 g – ø 14 mm
Mangir - Mehmed III (Damascus) – obverse
Mangir - Mehmed III (Damascus) – reverse
Mangir - Mehmed III (Damascus)
1003 (1595)
Copper – 3.00 g
KM# A1
Akce - Mehmed III (Damascus) – obverse
Akce - Mehmed III (Damascus) – reverse
Akce - Mehmed III (Damascus)
1003 (1595)
Silver – 0.20 g
KM# 2
Dirhem - Ahmed I (Damascus, type 1) – obverse
Dirhem - Ahmed I (Damascus, type 1) – reverse
Dirhem - Ahmed I (Damascus, type 1)
1012 (1603)
Silver – 2.91 g – ø 16 mm
KM# 13
Akce - Ahmed I (Damascus) – obverse
Akce - Ahmed I (Damascus) – reverse
Akce - Ahmed I (Damascus)
1012 (1603)
Silver – 0.22 g
KM# 14
Akce - Mustafa I (Damascus) – obverse
Akce - Mustafa I (Damascus) – reverse
Akce - Mustafa I (Damascus)
1026 (1617)
Silver – 0.36 g – ø 13 mm
KM# A25
Akce - Osman II (Damascus) – obverse
Akce - Osman II (Damascus) – reverse
Akce - Osman II (Damascus)
1027 (1618)
Silver – 0.35 g
KM# 30
Mangir - Murad IV (Damascus) – obverse
Mangir - Murad IV (Damascus) – reverse
Mangir - Murad IV (Damascus)
1032 (1623)
Copper – 3.00 g
KM# 40
Akce - Murad IV (Damascus) – obverse
Akce - Murad IV (Damascus) – reverse
Akce - Murad IV (Damascus)
1032 (1623)
Silver – 0.40 g
KM# 43
Medin - Murad IV (Damascus) – obverse
Medin - Murad IV (Damascus) – reverse
Medin - Murad IV (Damascus)
1032 (1623)
Silver – 1.7 g
KM# 45
Dirhem - Murad IV (Damascus) – obverse
Dirhem - Murad IV (Damascus) – reverse
Dirhem - Murad IV (Damascus)
1032 (1623)
Silver – 1.98 g
KM# 48
Akce - Ibrahim I (Damascus) – obverse
Akce - Ibrahim I (Damascus) – reverse
Akce - Ibrahim I (Damascus)
1049 (1640)
Silver – 0.32 g
KM# 50

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Numista referee for this country is AmerSalmeh, Shadoko.

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