Kyme - A settlement in Aeolis also known as Cyme
Kyme or Cyme was an Aeolian city in Aeolis close to the kingdom of Lydia. The colony was founded after the Trojan War by Greeks from Locris.

Cyme prospered and developed into a regional metropolis and founded about thirty towns and settlements in Aeolis. The Cymeans were later ridiculed as a people who had for three hundred years lived on the coast and not once exacted harbor taxes on ships making port.

The Aeolians regarded Cyme as the largest and most important of their twelve cities, which were located on the coastline of Asia Minor.

Modern location: Nemrut Limani, Turkey

(1) Kyme 480-450 BC
Obverse: head of eagle left, KY
Reverse: quadripartite incuse square
Ref: SNG Cop 31; Klein 333.
(2) Kyme 480-450 BC
Obverse: head of eagle left; KY
Reverse: quadripartite incuse square
Ref: SNG Cop 31; Klein 333. (hemiobol)
(3) Kyme c. 250 BC
AE unit Kyme
Obverse: head of Amazon Kyme right
Reverse: forepart of horse right, vase behind KY ΛEΣBIOΣ
Ref: SNG Copenhagen 90; BMC Aeolis p. 10...
(4) Kyme c. 165 - 30 BC
AE 13 Kyme
Obverse: KY / bridled horse forepart right
Reverse: ZΩI/ΛOΣ / bow and quiver tied together
Ref: SNG Cop 109; BMC Troas p. 112, 86; ...