Ancient Coinage of Troas, Kolone



A small town on the western border of Troas, just south of Alexandreia Troas. Only these reverse types are known.

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BMC 5Kolone, Troas, AE11. 400-300 BC. Helmeted head of Athena left / KOΛΩNAEΩN between the rays of an 8-rayed star, flower or ornament. SNG Cop 281; Weber 5359; BMC 5-6.TextImage
SNG Cop 277Troas, Kolone. 4th century BC. AE 16mm, 4.17 g. Laureate and helmeted head of Athena right / KOΛΩNAEΩN between the rays of a star with nine rays. SNG Cop 277-8; SNG von Aulock 1559; BMC 1-4.TextImage
SNG Turkey 9, 418Kolone, Troas. AR obol or hemiobol. Civic issue, ca 500-400 BC. 0,46g. Head of Athena right, wearing Corinthian helmet. / Stellate pattern with four rays with central dot and dots between the rays within a linear square, all within incuse square. SNG Turkey 9 (Arikantürk) 418–425.TextImage
SNG Turkey 9, 426Kolone, Troas. AR obol. 7 mm, Civic issue, ca 500-400 BC. 0.38g. Head of Athena right, wearing Corinthian helmet. / Stellate pattern with four rays with central dot and dots between the rays within an incuse square. (No linear square) SNG Turkey 9 (Arikantürk) 426; Inv. no. 1771.TextImage
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