Stratonikeia (Stratonicaea) in Caria Victory Nike UNPUBLISHED Greek Coin i30664

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Authentic Ancient Coin of: Greek city of Stratonikeia (Stratonicaea) in Caria
Bronze 17mm (2.86 grams) Struck circa 27 B.C. - 14 A.D. during the reign of Roman emperor Augustus
Nike (Victory) advancing right, holding wreath and palm.
CTPA / TONI / KWN in three lines within wreath.* Numismatic Note: This is a very rare, possibly unpublished type, which clearly depicts the ancient city name. I was unable to find even a remotely similar example to this one anywhere. An important town in the upper valley of the Marsyas, east of Mylasa, Stratonikeia was named in honor of the wife of Antiochos I.

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