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Tetrobol of Lycia with triskeles, struck under Trbbänimi and Vädräi (Vedris)

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Obverse: Triskeles within dotted circle. Name-inscription in Lycian. Reverse: Triskeles within dotted circle. Name-inscription in Lycian. (see media screen for Lycian inscriptions)


By date unknown: with Byron Th. Zoumboulakis, 8 Place de la Taconnerie, Geneva, Switzerland; March 12, 1959: purchased by MFA from Byron Th. Zoumboulakis for $ 5,300.00 (this is the total price for 59.186-59.192)

Credit Line

Theodora Wilbour Fund in memory of Zoë Wilbour

Greek, Classical Period, about 390–385 B.C.


Xanthos, Lycia

Catalogue Raisonné

Greek Coins, 1950-1963 (MFA), no. 221.


Diameter: 7.5 mm. Weight: 3.06 gm. Die Axis: 12

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Medium or Technique



The Ancient World


Numismatics, Coins