Siculo-Punic coin, 370/60-340/25 BC

Obv. head of Trittolemo?
Rev. horse prancing or galloping

Sassari 56-136     4.55 g     Holleman Munten List 106 (1996), 30   


1st specimen                   4.55 g  Holleman  106 30
2nd specimen  obv 2 pellets    6.69 g  Holleman   91  7
3rd specimen                   7.43 g  Holleman 1996  h
4th specimen                   4.6  g  private collection B

5th specimen                   1.37 g  Henzen 126 60


Alexandropoulos (2000)
         globular flan                      conical flan
unit     15 (SNG   96)  14-21 mm  5.5 g     15a (SNG   97)  14-21 mm  5.5 g
1/2-unit 16                                 16a (SNG   98)  13    mm  1.6 g
1/4-unit 17 (Bardo 33)  10-11 mm  1.2 g     17a (Bardo 29)  10-11 mm  1.3 g

Candellieri (1989) distinguishes on account of flan and weight three different emissions:
  I globular flan           5.610 g
 II globular flan           4.852 g    
III truncated conical flan  3.736 g

Calciati (1987) distinguishes also galloping and prancing horses
          horse galloping                     horse prancing 

GROUP   I globular flan              GROUP II globular flan
class   I large head,   5-7 g        class  I large head, 5-7 g
class  II smaller head               class II smaller head

GROUP III flan with rounded edges   GROUP  IV flan with rounded edges

GROUP   V truncated conical flan    GROUP  VI truncated conical flan


On account of weights alone only one very broad weight class can be distinguished (4.690.90 n=396, see Fig. below).