IGCH 1908

Closing date: 390 B.C.
1908 Calabria (anc. Bruttium), 1864 
(183)
    Burial: c. 390 B.C. (K) 
    Contents: 97 AR
    Taras: 17 st. (1 hippocamp; 4 oecist; 12 
        horsemen)
         Metapontum: 10 st. (4 incuse; 6 obv. De-
        meter)
         Thurium: 26 st.
         Caulonia: 13 st. (1 incuse; 12 double-relief) 
         Croton: 19 st. (12 incuse; 7 double-relief, 
        tripod)
         Pandosia: 1 st. (Hera facing/Pan seated) 
         Terina: 10 st.
         Corinth: 1 st.
    Disposition: Boston 1 Pandosia (Brett 196)
    Sambon, Recherches, p. 35
    Sambon believed that the absence of coins 
        of Heracleia indicated a date of burial 
        before 433 B.C., but Heracleia minted 
        few staters before 400 B.C. The coin of 
        Pandosia cannot be earlier than this
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