Agesilaos Antik Sikkeler Nümzimatik

Greek Mysia Kyzikos

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Aristo [ΑΡΙΣΤΟΤΕΛΗΣ] talks about the ancient city of Kyzikos.

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Cyzicus [Κύζικος] was an ancient Greek town in Mysia in Anatolia in the current Balıkesir Province of Turkey. [Balıkesir Erdek district]

On all of the coins of Kyzikos, large or small, was engraved the tunny fish [θυννος], which constituted an important product in the Kyzikene economy.

Kyzikos, in addition to the famous wines he prepared in ancient times, is another famous subject, the electron coins he minted. There are more than 240 different coin types from the Archaic to the Hellenistic era.


The orator Aristoteles, in the second century BC, stated the following in his speech regarding the people of Kyzikos; It is enough for one just to glance at the location and the nature of this city to immediately understand that the name 'blissful' given to it by God was factual, so convenient is its land and its sea.

As it is built in front of Asia Minor and since its dominion extends from the Black Sea to the Hellespont, Kyzikos joins the two seas together or rather all the seas that man navigates.

Thus, ships continuously pass by or arrive at the harbor or depart from the harbor. Justly it should be called 'blissful' just as is Corinth because, as it is built in the mid part of the seas, it joins, as if it was the center of the world, all men who sail the Mediterranean from Gibraltar to Kolchis at the far side of the Black Sea.

Click for more coin images of the ancient city Kyzikos.

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