Ancient Coinage of Cyclades, Naxos

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Nicolet-Pierre 4Naxos, Cyclades, ca. 250-220 BC.), AR Didrachm, 7.12g, Magistrate Xenod. Bearded head of Dionysos facing to right, wearing an ivy-wreath / NAΞI, krater with two low handles and a laurel-wreath at the neck, a thyrsos tied with a diadem on right, ΞENOΔ to left. Nicolet-Pierre, 4 (this coin).TextImage
Nicolet-Pierre 18Naxos, Cyclades. Circa 190-160 BC. AR Didrachm (7.79 gm). Magistrate Krethe... Bearded head of Dionysos right, in ivy-wreath / NAΞI, laureate krater & thyrsos; magistrate KΡHΘE to left. Nicolet-Pierre 18. TextImage
SNGCop 706Naxos, Cyclades AE11. Bust of bearded Dionysos left, wearing wreath of ivy / N-A, Kantharos, ivy leaf on each handle, grapes above Lindgren I, 1801, SNG Cop 706. TextImage
SEPTIMIUS SEVERUS
Paris 322Septimius Severus, AE29 of Naxos, Cyclades. 11.85 g. AYT KAI CEΠ CEOYHΡOC Π, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. / NAΞIΩN, Dionysos standing left, holding kantharos and thyrsos. Paris 322; Boutin 2457-2460; Le Quéré 106; Chaix 309; Mionnet Supp IV, 237; Kurth Dionysos 500a.TextImage
See also:Entry for naxos on the Digital Historia Numorum
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