The Nomos was an ancient Greek silver denomination weighing approximately 8 grammes.
It was roughly equivalent to the Attic didrachm or the Achaean stater, and is most often used about coins struck in Magna Graecia, especially Italy.
Nude youth crowning himself on horse standing right; capitol of Ionic column below; IΩ / IAΛO
Taras seated on dolphin left, holding akrostolion and spindle; ANϘ / TAPAΣ
Ref: HN Italy 1014, Vlasto 803 ff.; SNG ...
281 - 272 BC
Nude warrior on horseback left, carrying small round shield
Taras seated on dolphin left, holding Nike in right hand; waves below.
Ref: Vlasto 684-686; SNG ANS 1060
head of Athena right wearing crested Attic helmet decorated with Skylla; E
bull butting right; fish swimming right below; ΘOYPIΩN
Ref: HN Italy 1783; cf. SNG ANS 1015
Head of Athena left, wearing a crested Phrygian helmet decorated with a Centaur
(KE) monogram of Kleudoros Lion standing left devouring prey A / Φ YEΛHTΩN (unreadable)
Ref: Williams 328 (O174/R244); HN Italy ...