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About ancient Greek coins

“The Classical period saw Greek coinage reach a high level of technical and aesthetic quality. Larger cities now produced a range of fine silver and gold coins, most bearing a portrait of their patron god or goddess or a legendary hero on one side, and a symbol of the city on the other. Some coins employed a visual pun: some coins from Rhodes featured a rose, since the Greek word for rose is rhodon. The use of inscriptions on coins also began, usually the name of the issuing city.” — Ancient Greek coinage at Wikipedia® Mobile ▼

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For ancient Greek coins, we highly recommend this book:

Collecting Ancient Greek Coins, by Paul Rynearson

“Build your own collection of ancient Greek coins with an expert’s valuable advice. Join award-winning author Paul Rynearson as he applies engaging lessons to collecting 25 different types of ancient Greek coins. You’ll explore Athenian owls, money of the Bible, Greek Imperial issues, and other classic coins. Soon you’ll be ready to take your own journey to ancient Greece, and create a unique, highly personal, and rewarding coin collection. 288 pages, hardcover, full color.” —

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