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Ancient Greek coins were mainly issued in gold, silver and Bronze and  are divided into three periods, the Archaic, the Classical and the Hellenistic.The Archaic period extends from the introduction of coinage until the Persian Wars  The Classical period that lasted until the conquests of Alexander the Great, which began the Hellenistic period, extending until the Roman absorption of the Greek world in the 1st century BCE. The Greeks cities continued to produce their own coins for several more centuries under Roman rule, called Roman provincial coins.Even Roman nobles collected Greek coins.and European Greek Coins - Macedonian Greek Coins- African and Asian Greek Coins -Indo Greek Coins - Greek Imperial Coins - for the beautiful design,  that  continue to fascinate collectors world wide.

Archaic Origins
Italy - Sicily - Greece - Illyria to Euboia - Athens - Corinth-  Megaris to Aegean Islands -
Thrace - Byzantium -  Istros -  Maroneia -  Thasos - Macedonia - Black Sea Area - Olbia - Pontos - West Asia Minor - Caria - Ionia - Colophon - Ephesus - Lesbos - Lydia - Mysia - TroasS. & Central Asia Minor - Cilicia - Lycia - Pamphylia - Cyprus -Persia & Mesopotamia -Syria - Arabia - Phoenicia - Judaea & Palestine-Egypt - North Africa - Hellenistic Monarchies -Alexander the Great - Macedonian Kingdom - Kingdom of Thrace - Kingdom of Epeiros -Kingdom of Bithynia - Seleucid Kingdom - Pergamene Kingdom -Pontic Kingdom - Bosphoros - Kingdom - Cappadocian Kingdom - Kingdom of Paeonia - Parthian Empire -Kingdom of Characene - Kingdom of Persis - Kingdom of Edessa - Indo - Greek Kingdom - Nabataean -Kingdom - Judean Kingdom- Ptolemaic Egypt -  Greek Imperial - Hispania to Crete - Dacia & Moesia - Macedonia-Thrace - Asia Minor & Cyprus - Mesopotamia & Babylonia - Phoenicia - Decapolis, Arabia & Syria -Judaea & Palestine -Egypt & North Africa
 

The first issue of modern Greek coins consisted of holed, aluminium 5, 10 and 20 lepta, cupro-nickel 50 lepta, 1, 2, 5 and 10 drachmae and silver 20 drachmae pieces. In mthe seventies  unholed, aluminium 10 and 20 lepta, nickel-brass 50 lepta, 1 and 2 drachmae and cupro-nickel 20 drachmae were issued followed by Cupro-nickel 50 drachmae and nickel-brass 50 drachmas coins , copper 1 and 2 drachmas and nickel-brass 20 and 100 drachmas . In 2000 a set of 6 Olympic games themed 500 drachmas coins was issued.

Coins in circulation at the time of the adoption of the euro  were 1  , 2  ,5  ,10 ,20  ,50 ,100 and 500 drachmas .
 

 

 

 
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