Aspendos, Pamphylia

Silver stater, 23 mm, 10.85 gm.
Obverse: Two nude athletes wrestling.
Reverse: EΣTFEΔIIYΣ
Slinger advancing, triskeles in field.

Ca. 370-330 BC.

Aspendos was an important city in southern Asia Minor. It was a member of the Delian League. The Persians captured the city in 411 BC. Alexander took it in 333 BC. There is an important Roman theater there.

Tekin Series 4; SNG 106, (same obv. die)
Inv#: 8247
Guaranteed Authentic

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