The Hexas denomination
The Hexas was a bronze denomination corresponding to 2 onkia - or one sixth of a Litra.

The Hexas was denoted by 2 pellets somewhere on the design. It weighed roughly 2.7 grammes.
(1) Halykiai
An AE Hexas struck c. 390-370 AD in Halykiai
Obverse: boar left; ••

Reverse: Dionysos or Stesichoros right holding thyrsos

Diameter: -
Die Orientation: -
Weight: -
No notes for this coin
CNS -; HGC 2, 492/494 (Himeraia?)