Tetrobol from Akanthos, Macedon, c. 470-390 BC
Forepart of bull left, its head facing right, Π inscription, swastika, and olive spray above. On the reverse, a quadripartite incuse square.
Akanthos was an ancient Greek city on the Athos peninsula. It was located on the north-east side of Akti, on the most eastern peninsula of Chalcidice on the Strymonian Gulf (Central Macedonia). It was founded in 7th century BC (the archaeology suggests 655 BC) by colonists from Andros, according to Thucydides.