Ancient Coinage of Campania, Allifae

Allifae, an ancient town of Italy, a center of the Samnites, in the valley of the Vulturnus, at the foot of the Monte Matese. The Itineraries places it on the road from Rome to Beneventum by the Via Latina, 17 miles from Teanum.

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SNG ANS 165AR obol of Allifae, Campania. ca 325-275 BC. 0.63 gr, 11.00mm. Laureate head of Apollo right, three dolphins around / AΛΛIBANON, Skylla right, holding octopus and fish; mussel below. Rutter pg. 180, Ia; SNG France 392; SNG ANS 165; HN Italy 460.TextImage
Coins of Allifae at the Magna Graecia Website