Bizya - A settlement in Thrace
Bizya or Bizye was a settlement in Thrace. It served as the capital of the Thracian Kingdom.

It struck coins from about the time of Hadrian and until the time of Philip II.

Modern location: Vize, Turkey

(1) Bizya 176-200 AD
AE unit Bizya
Obverse: Head of Hermes right, wearing winged helmet.
Reverse: BIZVHNΩΝ Winged caduceus.
Ref: Jurukova, Bizya 79, 176; SNG Copenh...
(2) Caracalla 196-198 AD
AE unit Bizya
Obverse: M AVPHΛ ANTΩNINOC KAICAP, Bareheaded, draped and cuirassed bust right.
Reverse: BIZVHNωΝ, Bull standing right.
Ref: Youroukova 50 ; CF. SNG Copenhague ...
AE unit Bizya
Obverse: AY K M AVP ANTWNINOC , laureate, draped, cuirassed bust right.
Reverse: B IZY HNΩN, Tyche standing left, holding rudder and cornucopiae.
Ref: Variation of Schonert-Geiss 59; Sof...
(4) Philip II Junior 245-247 AD
AE unit Bizya
Obverse: bare head right; M IOVΛ ΦIΛIΠΠOC KAIC
Reverse: Silenos walking right naked with tail, pours wine from wineskin on his shoulders into large krater; BIZV_H (NWN)
Ref: Youroukova 157; Voegtli -; Mionnet ...
(5) Philip II Junior 244-247 AD
AE unit Bizya
Obverse: M IOVΛ ΦIΛIΠΠOC KAICAP, bare-headed bust of Philip II.
Reverse: BIZVHNΩN, Thanatos (god of death) or weary Eros extinguishing torch.
Ref: BMC 15, Moushmov 3519.