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Coin of Hierapolis-Kastabala? with head of Tarkondimotos I

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Obverse: Diademed head of King Tarkondimotos I to right. Reverse: Zeus seated left, holding Nike on right hand, scepter in left. Inscriptions in Greek around and in exergue. (see media screen for Greek inscriptions)


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By date unknown: with Bank Leu AG, In Gassen 20, Zurich, Switzerland (Leu auction 50, Hotel Savoy-Baur en Ville, Zurich, April 25, 1990, lot 190); purchased at the Leu auction by Dennis P. Devine, 24 Meroke Lane, Rocky Point, New York 11778; June 27, 1990: purchased by MFA from Dennis P. Devine

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Theodora Wilbour Fund in memory of Zoë Wilbour

Greek, Late Hellenistic Period, about 39–31 B.C.


Hierapolis-Kastabala?, Cilicia


Diameter: 23.5 mm. Weight: 8.21 gm. Die Axis: 1

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The Ancient World


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