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Drachm of Syracuse, the head of Persephone on the obverse, and a chariot drawn by Nike on the reverse. The coin dates to the Hellenistic period, and more specifically to 287-278 BCE. Currently, the coin is located in the MFA Boston.

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Half stater of the Kingdom of Epiros (or Epirus), issued around 278-276 BCE during the Hellenistic period. On the obverse is the goddess Artemis, her quiver and bow behind her. Nike is found on the reverse, carrying a trophy and a laurel wreath. The coin was issued during the reign of King Pyrrhus, most famous for his costly war against the Roman Republic.