Perikle stater obverse
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AR stater 9.7627 g, 21.4w 27.7h mm
Phellos 380-360 BC
1. Olçay, Nekriman and Otto Mĝrkholm. 1971 "The Coin Hoard from Podalia." In The Numismatic Chronicle. Page 14 #397-401 and Plate 7 #397. London: The Royal Numismatic Society.
2. Vismara, Novella. 1989. Monetazione arcaica della Lycia. II. La collezione Winsemann Falghera. Page 295 #215 and Plate XXIII #215. Milano: Edizioni ennerre.
3. 1964. Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum Deutschland. Sammlung v. Aulock. Lykien. 10. Heft Nr. 4041-4476. #4250 (this obverse die). Berlin: Gebr. Mann
Perikle laureate and draped, facing slightly left, to the right, a dolphin swimming downwards.
A shallow incuse square containing a nude warrior, advancing to the right and wearing a crested Corinthian helmet. He holds a sword in his right hand, and a shield in his left. A shell lies beneath the shield, and a triskeles stands above.
In Lycian, on the left, Phellos, on the right Perikle.