Ancient Coinage of Thrace, Kings, Seuthes I


Seuthes I, son of Maesades and nephew of Sitalkes, after whom Seuthes succeeded to the throne in 425 or 424 BC.
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Moushmov 5688Seuthes I, King of Thrace. 425-405 BC. AR Didrachm. 8.3 g, 23 mm. Horseman, naked except for chlamys flying out behind his shoulders, galloping right, wielding spear in right hand / ΣEVΘA-AΡΓV-ΡION in three lines within dotted border. Moushmov 5688; Traité II-4, 1290; Topalov 71-72.TextImage
Moushmov 5689Seuthes I, King of Thrace, 425-405 BC. AR Didrachm. 8.28 g, 22.87 mm. Horseman, naked except for chlamys, waving behind his shoulders, galloping right, raising right hand / ΣEYΘA KOMMA in two lines within border of dots. Moushmov 5689; BMC 1; Traité II-4, 1291; Sear Greece 1715.TextImage
Topalov 74Seuthes 1 AR Trihemiobol, 10.27mm, 0.83 g. 424-425 BC. Forepart of horse galloping right / ΣEY within linear circle. Topalov ("Small Urban.."), 74.TextImage
Topalov 76Seuthes I, AE unit, 424-425 BC. 13.87 g. Forepart of horse galloping right / ΣEY-ΘO above and beneath two-handled cup within small circular incuse. Topalov "Urban" 76.TextImage
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