Anemourion, Type 1
Type 1
Denomination: AR Stater
Obverse: Laureate head of Apollo right, some strands of hair falling down the neck; ΦIΛOKY–ΠPOY in the left and right fields; dotted border.
Reverse: Naked Herakles striding right, lion skin over his head and outstretched left arm, club in raised right hand and bow in left with arrow in position; ANEMO–PIEΩN in the left and right fields; in inner left field, Θ; between legs, И.
References: The Münzkabinett of the Staatliche Museen of Berlin (Accession Number 857/1915);
Roma Numismatics Limited, E-Sale 70 (7 May 2020), Lot 724 ( URL)
Credit: Roma Numismatics Limited (see the reference above)
Remark: Classical coinage of Anemourion was probably very short-lived and limited. Only the two specimens listed above are known, both struck from the same dies. They probably date from the first quarter of the 4th century BC (Russell et Weir 2000, pp. 114–117).


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