The island of Seriphos, between Kythnos and Siphnos was, according to mythology (Strabon), where Perseus was raised and where he turned the inhabitants into stone with the Gorgon's head. (Strabon).
|BMC 6||Seriphos, Cyclades, AE20mm. 2nd Century BC. Head of Perseus right, in winged Phrygian helmet / Gorgoneion facing; harpa left below. SNG Copenhagen 733; BMC 6; Cadalven Rec. 3.||Text||Image|
|BMC (Crete) 7||Seriphos, Cyclades, AE chalkous. 3.97 g. 300-200 BC. Head of Perseus right in a winged Phrygian helmet. / (ΣEΡI), head of the gorgon Medusa facing. BMC (Crete) 7.||Text||Image|
|BMC 11||Seriphos, Cyclades,, AE15, Head of Perseus right, in winged helmet surmounted by head of vulture. / ΣEΡEI-ΦIΩN, Harpa. SNG Copenhagen 741; BMC 11; Weber 4711.||Text||Image|
|Rosen 242||Seriphos, Cyclades, AR Stater, ca 530 BC, 11.03 g. Frog seen from above. / Incuse square irregularly divided. Rosen 242; Dewing 1967; Sheedy 6 (listed as 3 in error); Babelon Traité II-1, 1937.||Text||Image|
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