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Skostokos, Kings of Thrace Rare AR Tetradrachm 277-260 BC Ancient Greek Silver Coin Museum Reproduction CSGT0067


Rare Silver Greek Tetradrachm Kings of Thrace, Dynast Skostokos, Ainos mint, struck 277-260 B.C. Unpublished type with that obverse legend.

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While previous scholars viewed Skostokos as a dynast who took control of parts of Thrace following Lysimachos’ death, Fischer-Bossert’s die study demonstrates that Skostokos was most likely a local dynast of the environs around Ainos, who ruled under Lysimachos, and was permitted to strike Lysimachi beginning late in the king’s reign. Current scholarship suggests he ruled from circa 285/4-273/2 BC (see, e.g., E. Paunov, “Introduction to the Numismatics of Thrace” in J. Valeva, et al., A Companion to Ancient Thrace, p. 280, fig. 18.4). Skostokos apparently continued to strike Lysimachi in the chaotic period following the latter’s death, before Seleukid authority could be established in Thrace.

Obverse side
Diademed head of the deified Alexander right, with horn of Ammon

Reverse side
Athena seated left, holding Nike in extended right hand, left arm resting on shield, spear behind; herm in left field, amphora below

A perfect choice for Numismatists, Historians, Military Veterans, Collectors.

Weight 16,97 g
Dimensions 27,6 mm


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