Ancient Coinage of Campania, Phistelia


Phistelia, a Samnite town, at present known only by its coins.

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BMC 4Campania. The Phistelians. Circa 380-350 BC. AR Obol. Youthful male head facing slightly right / Oscan legend; barley-corn, mussel-shell and dolphin. TextImage
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SNG ANS 565Campania, Phistelia AR Nomos. ca 405-400 BC. Female head facing slightly right / Man-headed bull standing left; [dolphin in exergue]. Rutter 6, HN Italy 611. TextImage
SNG ANS 567Campania, Phistelia. Circa 380-350 BC. AR Obol (0.63 gm). Facing male head / Dolphin, barley grain and mussel shell. SNG Copenhagen 576. TextImage
SNG ANS 569Campania. The Phistelians. c380-350 BC. AR Obol. Youthful male head facing slightly right / Oscan legend; barley-corn, mussel-shell and dolphin. BMC 4-6. TextImage
SNG ANS 584Campania, Phistelia AR Obol. ca 380-350 BC. Head of nymph facing slightly left / Lion walking left, paw raised; serpent in exergue. Sambon 844; SNG Cop 577; BMC BMC (Campania Uncertain) 1. TextImage
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SNG ANS 590Campania, Phistelia AR Obol. ca 380-350 BC. 10mm, 0.59 g. Female head (nymph) facing slightly left. / Lion walking left, paw raised. Star above, serpent in exergue. BMC (Campania Uncertain) 4; HN Italy 619; SNG ANS 590; Sambon 4.TextImage
Magna Graecia Coins of Phistelia
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