Birytis — A settlement in Troas
Known only from numismatic evidence, this enigmatic city seems to have existed between 350-250 BC, somewhere close to Troy. But the precise location, as well as any literary sources on Birytis, is lacking.

Coins from Birytis all have the same motif - the obverse features a man, with or without beard, wearing a pileus hat with two stars above, and the reverse a club in a wreath, and the legend BI PY for Birytis.

Modern location: Unknown location close to Troas
(1) Birytis
An AE unit struck c. 4th Cent. BC in Birytis
Obverse: Beardless head of Kabeiros facing left, wearing pilos, star at left and right

Reverse: B-I-P-Y surrounding club, all within laurel wreath

Diameter: 19 mm
Die Orientation: 4 H
Weight: 5.37 g
BIPY are the first four letters of the city name in greek (P=R)
Sear 4056
(2) Birytis
An AE unit struck 350-250 BC in Birytis
Obverse: Head of Kabeiros left, wearing conical helmet; two stars above.

Reverse: B I / P Y, Club within wreath.

Diameter: 18 mm
Die Orientation: 6 H
Weight: 5.48 g
Pecunem 38-226
SNG von Aulock 1502-3; SNG München 168
(3) Birytis
An AE unit struck 350-250 BC in Birytis
Obverse: head of Kabeiros left wearing pileus

Reverse: club within wreath; B_I / P_Y

Diameter: 10 mm
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 1.4 g
No notes for this coin
SNG Cop 249; SNG Munchen 19, 170; SNG Tub 2574; BMC Troas p. 40, 6 - 7; SNGvA -