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Greek, Boeotia – 364 BC


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Greek, Boeotia – 364 BC

Obverse: Oval Boeotian shield with two semicircular openings on either side.
Reverse: Fluted Amphora with two handles; Magistrate name across field.

Obv: Oval Boeotian military shield with two semicircular openings on either side. Rev: Fluted upright Amphora with two handles; (E)Π-ΠA across field; all within incuse circle.


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Value: Stater. Metal: AR Silver. Weight: 12.22 grams. Mint: Thebes, Boeotia with Epaminondas as Magistrate. Date: 364-362 BC.
Attribution: R.G. Hepworth, “Epaminondas Coinage” 10th INC Proceedings, pl. 3,2; BCD Boeotia 540 (rare example); Hepworth 34; Head, Boeotia page 64; SNG Lockett, 1755.

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