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Catalogue of Tyra's coins

Researches on Antique Archeology of the Northern Black Sea Area.

Researches on Antique Numismatics.

Materials on Numismatics and Archeology of the Ancient Northern Black Sea Area

Collection of Ancient Coins and Archaeological Artifacts of the Odessa Numismatics Museum. 2011.

Researches on Archeology of the Northern Black Sea Area: Bronze age, Antique epoch and the early Middle Ages. 2011.

About What the Coin Has Told. 2012.

Researches on Coins of Antique Cities of the Northern Black Sea Area. 2013.

History of Public Museum. 2014.
 



Volume # 3. March 2004.
"Antique and Medieval Coins of the Northern West Black Sea Region".
The authors: Alekseev V.P., Loboda P.G.

The Volume III is dedicated to antique coins of the ancient cities of the Northern West Black Sea Region (Olbia, Nikonion, Tyra) and also antique barbarous imitations (Dniester Celts, Scythian-Sarmatians, Ukrainian aureuses) and Medieval coins of Kievan Rus and city Asprocastro. Among them there are about 100 rare and unique speciments. Two language versions - Russian and English.

Scythians. Arrow-coin.
IV-I c. BC. Rare variant.
Olbia. 1/2 Obol.
438-410 BC. Unique variant.
Olbia. Tetrobol.
400-380 BC. Rare variant.
Olbia. Copper.
IV BC. Unique coin.
Olbia. Obol.
330-300 BC. Unique variant.
Olbia. Stater.
330-300 BC. Unique variant.
Olbia. Tetrachalk.
230-220 BC. Rare variant.
Olbia. Drachm.
III BC. Unique coin.
Olbia. Chalk.
II BC. Unique coin.
Olbia. Dichalk.
120-110 BC. Unique variant.
Olbia. Dupondius.
161-180 AD. Unique variant.
Olbia. Assarion.
110-130 AD. Unique variant.
Nikonion. Bronze.
470-460 BC. Unique coin.
Tyra. Drachm.
330-300 BC. Unique variant.
Tyra. Copper.
240-230 BC. Unique coin.
Tyra. Copper.
110-80 BC. Very rare coin.
Tyra. Copper.
47 AD. Rare variant.
Dniester Celts.
1/8 stater. III-II BC. Rare variant.
Ukrainian aureus.
Imitation of Roman aureus II AD. Rare variant.
Ukrainian aureus.
Imitation of Roman aureus II AD. Rare variant.
Ukrainian aureus.
Imitation of Roman aureus III-IV AD. Rare variant.
Kievan Rus. Gold Hryvnia.
XI-XIII AD. Unique coin.
Asprocastro. Copper.
XV AD. Rare coin.



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