- Deposit: 400 B.C.
- Discovery: 1947
- Disposition: Syracuse
- Description: Drachma: 9, Didrachm: 6, Tetradrachm: 5
- Reference: Currò Pisanò, AIIN 1962-4, p. 228
- Note: A number of obviously intrusive coins, as AE of Carthage and Claudius Gothicus, are assembled under this heading. Of the Pegasi, two (Thyrrheium and Corinth, Per. V) are obviously intrusive, but the remaining four form a group which might terminate soon after 400 B.C. (Ambracia, Ravel P. 27, and Leucas, BMCCorinth, pl. 34, 7). They are also united by a brownish oxidized surface which is shared by some of the other coins listed (5 dr. of Rhegium, 1 didr. each of Acragas and Gela, both AR coins of Syracuse)
- Note: Under the heading "Milazzo 1947" the BM has a record of a find (presumably the same time as that above) of 70+ AR including: Acragas: 2 tetradr. (as Rizzo, MGS, pl. 2, 1 and 10) Camarina: tetradr. 2 didr. (as R., pl. 7, 8 and one with facing hd.) Catana: 1 tetradr. (as R., pl. 14, 10) 1 dr. signed by Euainetos Gela: 2 tetradr. (as R., pl. 18, 7 and 14 = Jenkins Grps. VII and IX) Messana: tetradr. fdc, with symbols: Pan hd., dolphin, barley-ear, bird and barley-ear Naxus: tetradr. with young Dionysus hd. Syracuse: tetradr. (incl. Tudeer nos. 42, 58, 78-81) dr. (as Rizzo, pl. 47, 9 and facing Athena/Leucaspis) This group cannot have been buried much before 400 B.C.