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The Ancient Coinage of Dikaia
Including additional items for this online edition, with numbers in italics.
|DICAEA (580 – 480 B.C.) (close to Abdera, now Yakbeli?)|
Autonomous silver coins.
|3816||Woman’s head right or left without legend. Rev. : ΔIKA or ΔIK. Concave square and within – head of an ox right. 15 mm.|
|3817||Herakles’s bearded head with lion’s skin right or left. Rev. : Concave square divided into 4 little parts. 18 mm. Table LII 1.|
|3818||The same coin, but smaller. 10 mm. Table LII 30.|
|3819||The same coin, but bigger. 24 mm. Table LII 4.|
|Thrace, Dikaia AR Distater. Circa 490-480 BC. Head of Herakles right, in lion's skin headdress / rough quadripartite incuse square. Schönert-Geiss 2v, May 14-16.|
|3820||The same front part (head right). Rev. : Concave square and within – head of an ox. 17 mm. Table LII 2.|
|3821||The same front part; at the front part the letter Δ. Rev. : ΔIKAI (reading inverted). Concave square and within – rooster right. 14 mm.|
|3822||The same front part. Rev. : ΔIK. Head of an ox right. 17 mm. Table LII 3.|
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