Hyria (Campania) — A settlement in Campania
Hyria was an ancient Greek or Oscan city believed to have been located in Campania.

The site of the city is not known, but some scholars place it in the same place or near modern Nola.

There are many different forms of the ethnic on the coins, written both in Oscan and Greek letters.

Coins are struck following the Campanian standard, ranging in date from circa 400-335 BC.

Modern location: Unknown, but possible at or near Nola
An AR Didrachm struck c. 405-400 BC in Hyria (Campania)
Obverse: head of Hera Lakinia facing slightly right, wearing necklace and polos ornamented with palmette between the foreparts of two griffins

Reverse: man-faced bull walking right YPINA (retrograde)

Diameter: 21 mm
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 6.9 g

From the H.J. Müller collection.

Rutter 134; Historia Numorum Italy 540