Ancient Coinage of Argolis, Hermione


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CITY AND SEMI-AUTONOMOUS COINAGE
BCD 1304Hermione, Argolis, ca 300-250 BC. AE Trichalkon, 3.06 g. Wreathed head of Demeter Chthonia facing slightly right / EP monogram within wreath of grain ears. Grandjean, group II, em. 7; BCD Peloponnesos 1304.1.TextImage
BCD 1305Hermione, Argolis, ca 210 BC. AE Dichalkon, 2.18 g. Wreathed head of Demeter Chthonia left / EP between two torches, all within wreath. Grandjean, group IV, em. 14A, dies D120/R129 (this coin)); BCD Peloponnesos 1305.3.TextImage
BCD 1582Orchomenus, Boeotia, ca 360-320 to 10 BC. AE 10mm, 1.60 g. Helmeted head of Athena right / EP within wreath. BCD Peloponnesos 1582 (Orchomenos) (previously attributed to Hermione, Argolis).TextImage
BMC 10Hermione, Argolis, ca 360-320 to 10 BC. AE 12mm, 1.63 g. Wreathed head of Demeter Chthonia right / E-P to left and right of torch, all within wreath. BCD Peloponnesos 1298.4; BMC 10.TextImage
SNGCop 136Argolis, Hermion AR Triobol. Circa 350-300 BC. Wreathed head of Demeter left, in single pendant earring & necklace / EP monogram within grain wreath. SNG Lockett 2510; Jameson 1259. TextImage
SNG Cop 140Hermione, Argolis, ca 360-320 to 310 BC. AE Chalkous 15mm, 2.22 g. Wreathed head of Demeter Chthonia left / E-P to left and right of torch all within wreath. BCD Peloponnesos 1295.1 (this coin); SNG Copenhagen 140.TextImage
PLAUTILLA
BCD 1308Plautilla AE21 of Hermione, Argolis, Peloponnesus. 202-205 AD. ΦOYΛBIA ΠΛAYTIΛΛA, draped bust right / EΡMIONΩN, man walking right, wearing short chiton, leading a cow or bull by a cord. BMC 14; BCD Pelop 1308.TextImage
BMC 14Plautilla AE21 of Hermione, Argolis. 202-205 AD. ΦOYΛBIA ΠΛAYTIΛΛA, draped bust right / EΡMIONΩN, man walking right, wearing short chiton, leading a cow or bull by a cord. BMC 14; BCD Pelop. 1308.TextImage
Mionnet 165Plautilla AE21 of Hermione, Argolis, Peloponnesus. 202-205 AD. ΦOYΛBIA ΠΛAYTIΛΛA, draped bust right / EΡMIONΩN, Tyche(?), seated left, holding patera and resting hand on chair, being crowned by male figure holding lance. Mionnet Suppl. IV, 165 otherwise unpublished.TextImage