Collection of Greek Coins of Thrace

Cersobleptes   Rex Thraciae  359-341 BC
Κερσοβλέπτης  Βασιλέας Θράκης


Babelon 359-341 BC; Head 357-343 BC; Moushmov: 357-343 BC; Κουρτίδης: 357-341 BC; Peter: 359-341 BC;
Youroukova 359-341 BC



   Towards the end of his reign Kersobleptes began raiding macedonian cities. He was supported by his earlier rival and loyal subject of Philip II Teres (Τήρης), son of Amodokos (Αμόδοκος). Teres changed over because he felt that Philip's power was increasing too rapidly and hoped that the struggle would win him his independence.

   Philip's Letter to the Athenians




2122 Cersobleptes Rex Thraciae AE 3555 Cersobleptes Rex Thraciae AE 3842 Cersobleptes Rex Thraciae AE 4037 Cersobleptes Rex Thraciae AE
SHH 2122
SHH 3555 SHH 3842 SHH 4037
5432 Cersobleptes Rex Thraciae AE 6800 Cersobleptes Rex Thraciae AE
SHH 5432 SHH 6800
Female Head / Kotyle; K/E/P; Corn Grain
AE   11-16 mm  1.48-2.29 g   Moushmov 5718; Peter p.128; Topalov (2005) 104; Youroukova (1976) 54/57
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6679 Cersobleptes Rex Thraciae AE
SHH 6679
Female Head / Kotyle; K/E/P; Corn Grain
AE   12-13 mm  1.12-2.03 g   HGC III/2 1702; Moushmov ---; Peter ---; Пейков B0600; Youroukova ---
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v1308 Cersobleptes Rex Thraciae AE
v1308 Berlin 18209794
Female Head / Kotyle; K/EP; Corn Grain
AE   12-13 mm  1.52 g   Moushmov ---; Peter---; Topalov (2005)---; Youroukova ---
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