Myrina — A settlement in Aeolis
Myrina was one of the Aeolian cities on the western coast of Mysia, about 40 stadia to the southwest of Gryneion.

It is said to have been founded by one Myrinus before the other Aeolian cities, and was a very strong place, though not very large, and with a good harbor.

Under Roman rule, Myrina was part of the Roman province of Asia. It twice suffered severe earthquakes; first in the reign of Tiberius, and a second time in the reign of Trajan. The town was restored each time, and continued to exist until a late period.

The site of Myrina was discovered at the mouth of the river that was the ancient Pythicos, whose alluvia have covered what was the city's harbour.

Modern location: Near the town of Aliağa, Turkey
An AR Tetradrachm struck 336-323 B.C. in Myrina
Obverse: Head of Herakles to right, wearing lion skin headdress.

Reverse: AΛEΞANΔROY / MYP - Zeus Aëtophoros seated left, holding sceptre; AΛEΞANΔROY to right, MYP monogram above amphora in left field.

Diameter: 35 mm
Die Orientation: 12 H
Weight: 15.84 g

Posthumous Issue.

Price 1659.
(2) Myrina
An AE unit struck 400-200 BC in Myrina
Obverse: helmeted head of Athena right decorated with gryffin

Reverse: amphora MY_PI

Diameter: 10 mm
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 0.95 g
No notes for this coin
SNG München 570; SNG Copenhagen 215-217; SNG Tübingen 2709; BMC 26; Weber 5567
(3) Myrina
An AE unit struck 200-1 BC in Myrina
Obverse: laureate head of Apollo right

Reverse: amphora, lyre right; MY_PI

Diameter: 16 mm
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 4.5 g
No notes for this coin
SNG Cop 225; SNGvA 1666; SNG München 571 - 573; BMC Troas p. 137, 27 ff