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Coin of the Pergamene Kingdom struck during the reign of Attalus I, dipicting the head of Philetaerus on the obverse and seated Athena on the reverse.

From 1881 Guide to the Principal Gold and Silver Coins of the Ancients from circa BC 700 to AD1. Plate 37.

Public Domain scans granted by ESnible from his site (July 10th 2004 agreement by e-mail).

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