Pelinna — A settlement in Thessaly
Pelinna was an ancient Greek city in Thessaly with a celebrated temple of Zeus Pelinnaeus. It was located between Tricca and Pharcadon, near modern Palaiogardiki.

The city gained particular prominence in the fourth century BC through its alliance with Philip II of Macedon.

It issued coinage ca. 400 BC.

Modern location: Ruins
(1) Pelinna
An AE Chalkous struck c. 425-350 BC in Pelinna
Obverse: Horseman left, striking at fallen Hoplite with javelin

Reverse: Warrior advancing left, holding shield ΠEΛINNA_ION

Diameter: 14 mm
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 3.05 g
No notes for this coin
Rogers 427; BCD Thessaly 520; SNG Copenhagen 186-7 var