Ancient Coinage of Kyrenaica, Euhesperides

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BMC 1a–1b varEuhesperides, Cyrenaica. AR drachm, Ca. 480-435 BC. 12 mm, 3.65 g. Silphium plant. / EY beneath dolphin right with silphium fruit above. BMC p. cxc 1a–1b var (symbol: gazelle's foreleg on rev); Traité II-3 1976 var (stag's foot); Müller -; Duchalais -.TextImage
BMC 6Euhesperides, Cyrenaica. AE20, Ca. 350-300 BC. 8.66 g. Short-bearded head of Zeus Ammon left. / Trident head, E-Y across lower fields. BMC 6-7; Müller 337.TextImage
BMC 8-9Euhesperides, Cyrenaica. AE18, Ca. 480-435 BC. 6.53 g. ΛHTΩN, head of the river-god Lethon right. / EY to right of silphium plant. BMC 8-10; Traité II-3 1987; Müller 335.TextImage
BMC 60eEuhesperides, Cyrenaica. AR tetradrachm, Ca. 480-435 BC. 27 mm, 17.18 g. E-Y-E-Σ (partially off flan), silphium plant. / KYΡA upwards to right of laureate, bearded head of Zeus Ammon right in dotted border within incuse circle. BMC p. xlii, 60e; Müller Supp. 121a; Traité -.TextImage
Mueller 338Euhesperides, Cyrenaica. AE Unit, Ca. 322-313. 23 mm, 10.55 g. Head of Herakles right, wearing lionskin headdress with traces of the overstrike of head of Zeus Ammon right). / E-Y between the prongs of an inverted trident. Mueller 338. Overstruck on an issue from Barke: Head of Herakles/bow, club and quiver).TextImage
SNG Cop 1300Kyrene, Euhesperides AR Drachm. Circa 480-435 BC. Silphium plant / Head of Zeus Ammon right within dotted circle; all within incuse square.TextImage
See also: Search for Euhesperides at CoinArchives.com
Entry for Euhesperides on the Digital Historia Numorum
Search for Euhesperides in the British SNG Volumes' Database at the Fitzwilliam Museum
Search for Euhesperides in the ANS Database
Search for Euhesperides at AsiaMinorCoins.com
Search for Euhesperides in the RPC IV (Antonines) database at the Ashmolean Museum