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A Further Note On Two Staters of Philip Iii From Phanagoreia

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Two staters of Philip III from Phanagoreia were struck by an uncertain eastern mint and an Anatolian mint perhaps located at Abydus, according to current numismatic thought. These attributions do not effect the conclusion that the staters entered the Cimmerian Bosporus through Pontus. Almost all gold staters of Philip III were struck in eastern and Anatolian mints and coins from distant mints circulated widely in Alexander's empire.


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