Corinth 400-375 BC
Silver stater, 18.5 mm, 8.20 gm.
Struck, ca. 400-375 BC.
Corinth was one of the largest and most important cities in ancient Greece. It rivaled Athens in wealth and overseas trade. Until the mid-6th century, Corinth was the leading exporter of pottery and a major colonial power. It sided with Sparta in the Peloponessian War.
Ravel 707 (P321/T446); Pegasi 186 (same dies as illustration)