The Diobol denomination
An ancient Greek silver coin denomination with a value of 2 obols or 1/3 drachm, typically weighing about 1.41 - 1.43 grams.
Diobol

(1) Alexander III 336-323 AD
Obverse: Alexander III
Reverse: Zeus seated Left
Ref: None provided
(2) Antandros c. 425-400 BC
Obverse: female head right (Artemis Astyrene?)
Reverse: lion head right within incuse square; ANTAN
Ref: Cf. SNG von Aulock 7582 (later type...
(3) Apollonia Pontica 400-300 BC
Obverse: laureate head of Apollo facing
Reverse: anchor upside down; crayfish right; A
Ref: Topalov Apollonia p. 386, 4; SNG BM...
(4) Lampsakos 400-200 BC
Obverse: Janiform female head
Reverse: helmeted head of Athena right, bee to the right; ΛA_M
Ref: SNG France 1190
(5) Mesembria 450-350 BC
Obverse: crested Corinthian helmet facing
Reverse: wheel; M E Ϡ A
Ref: BMC 3; Sear #1673; SNGBMC 268ff, Mo...
(6) Mesembria 400-350 BC
Obverse: Crested helmet facing
Reverse: META in quartiles of radiate wheel.
Ref: SG# 1673
(7) Miletos 6th-5th Century BC
Obverse: Forepart of a lion left, head right
Reverse: Stellate design within square incuse
Ref: SNG Kayhan 462-75
(8) Miletos 6th-5th century BC
Obverse: Forepart of lion left, head to right
Reverse: Stellate pattern within incuse square
Ref: SNG Kayhan 462-75
(9) Mytilene 400-350 BC
Obverse: Laureate head of Apollo right
Reverse: MYTI. Head of Aphrodite or Sappho right; uncertain symbol to left; all within incuse circle
Ref: Cf. BMC 8-14; HGC 6, 1037.
(10) Pantikapaion c. 450-438/7 BC
Obverse: lion head facing
Reverse: incuse square, swastika pattern with stellate designs in two opposite quarters
Ref: Frolova, frühe, Type VIII; Anokhin ...
(11) Teos 375-350 BC
Obverse: Griffin seated right, left forepaw raised
Reverse: Lyre
Ref: None provided