IGCH 1529

Findspot: 34.73916667 (geo:lat) 36.72638889 (geo:long)
Closing date: 230 B.C.
1529 Homs (anc. Emesa), Seleucis, 1927
(487)
    Burial: c. 230 B.C. (Westermark) 
    Contents: 50+ AR
    Lysimachus: 39 tetradr. (Amphipolis 3,
        Pella 2, Lysimacheia 1, Cyzicus? 2,
        Lampsacus 5, Smyrna 2, Pergamum 1,
        Sestus 1, Sardes 3, Magnesia 4, Cius 3,
        Parium 1, Calchedon 1, unc. 10)
    Eumenes I: 1 tetradr. (Westermark obv. 3)
    Attalus I: 1 tetradr. (Westermark obv. 62)
    Antiochus I: 5 tetradr. (Seleuceia ad Ti-
        grim)
    Antiochus II: 4 tetradr. (Antiocheia 1, 
        Apameia 2, Tarsus 1)
    Disposition: New York 31 (25 Lysimachi, 
        2 Attalid, 4 Antiochus II)
    Newell, ESM and WSM, indexes of hoards s.v. 
        Homs 1927
    Rostovtzeff, Anatolian Stud. Buckler, p. 285
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Creator
Newell, Edward Theodore, 1886-1941
Abstract
Notebook of handwritten notes on ancient Greek coin hoards, including Aleppo, 1893; Afiun Kara Hissar, Arpagot, 1918; Adrianople; Asia Minor, 1929; Babylon, 1900; Byblus, 1931; Chalcis, 1935; Chalcidice (Olynthus?); Demanhur, 1900; Epidaurus, 1903; Gebal (Byblus), 1931; Homs, 1934; Homs, 1927; Khorsabad; Mesopotamia (Dunne); Nicomedia (probably Thessalian hoard); Tell Halaf, 1911; Thessalian, 1938. Also, one loose sheet of Pera Palace Hotel (Constantinople) letterhead containing four pages of notes labeled "Antioch" Hoard.
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