Ancient Coinage of Thrace, Selymbria

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Moushmov 4747Selymbria, Thrace, AR octobol. 15 mm, 5 g. ca 492-470 BC. ΣA above rooster standing left. / Quadripartite incuse divided by two lines into four squares. BMC 1; Schönert-Geiss 16-18; Paris 1364; Babelon II-1, 1791.TextImage
Peus 407, 333Selymbria, Thrace, AR Diobol. 1.1 g. ca 490-470 BC. Rooster standing right, Θ above. / Quadripartite incuse divided by two lines into four squares. Apparently unpublished with Θ above. Peus 407, 333.TextImage
SNG Cop 790Selymbria (or Dicaea), Thrace. AR Trihemiobol. 12 mm. 492-475 BC, 0.88g. Rooster standing right. / Head of Herakles right, wearing lionskin headdress, within incuse square. Schönert-Geiss 57 (Dicaea); SNG Cop 790 (Selymbria); Rhousopoulos 620 corr. ("head left") (Selymbria).TextImage
SNG Tubingen_910Selymbria, Thrace AR Hemidrachm. Ca 425-410 BC. Rooster standing left with worm in its beak / Σ-E Λ-Y, grain ear. TextImage
Traite 1530Selymbria, Thrace, AR octobol. 15 mm, 4.39 g. ca 425-411 BC. Rooster standing left. / ΣA-ΛY to left and right of corn-ear. Traité II-1, 1530; Schönert-Geiss 62; Weber 2601; Paris 1368.TextImage
See also: Search for Selymbria at CoinArchives.com
Entry for Salymbria on the Digital Historia Numorum
Moushmov Online entry for Selymbria
Search for Selymbria in the British SNG Volumes' Database at the Fitzwilliam Museum
Search for Selymbria in the RPC IV (Antonines) database at the Ashmolean Museum