Panhormos - A settlement in Sicily also known as Palermo - Panormus (Sicily) - Ziz - Bal'harm
Palermo is an ancient city located in the northwest of the island of Sicily. It was founded in 734 BC by the Phoenicians as Ziz. Palermo then became a possession of Carthage. Two Greek colonies were established, known collectively as Panormos or "All-Port"; the Carthaginians used this name on their coins after the 5th century BC.

As Panormus, the town became part of the Roman Republic and Empire for over a thousand years. From 831 to 1072 the city was under Arab rule during the Emirate of Sicily when the city first became a capital. The Arabs shifted the Greek name into Bal'harm.

Following the Norman reconquest, Palermo became the capital of a new kingdom (from 1130 to 1816), the Kingdom of Sicily and the capital of the Holy Roman Empire under Emperor Frederick II and King Conrad IV.

Modern location: Palermo, Sicily

(1) Panhormos | Q. Mallius c. 241-30 BC
AE unit Panhormos
Obverse: laureate head of Zeus left
Reverse: warrior standing half-left, extending hand, holding grounded shield and spear; Q / (MAL) / (ΠAP)
Ref: CNS I, 9.