Uranopolis — A settlement in Macedonia
Uranopolis was a city in ancient Macedonia, allegedly founded by Alexarchus, brother of king Cassander of Macedonia. The exact location of Uranopolis is unknown.

It was the site of a mint in the Kingdom of Thrace. Coins of Uranopolis are known for displaying Athena or the Muse Aphrodite Urania, the muse of astronomy, sitting on a globe. The globe represents the Celestial Sphere. It is a common misunderstanding that the globe represents the earth and that this is the first known depiction of the earth in its actual shape.

Modern location: Unknown
An AE unit struck 302-290? BC in Uranopolis
Obverse: sun with 8 rays

Reverse: Aphrodite Urania sitting on globe* half left; ΟΥΡΑΝΙΔΩΝ / ΠOΛEΩΣ

Diameter: 17 mm
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 3 g
* It's said to be the first depiction of round earth but sphere could also be a depiction of skies and round skies don't necessarily mean that earth must also be round.
SNG Cop 455 - 457; BMC Macedonia p. 134, 2 - 3,