Coins from Bruttium
Bruttium is the ancient name of the Italian region now known as Calabria - it was named after the Bruttii, a tribe originally from Lucania who conquered the region in the 4th century BC.

Many beautiful issues where struck in Bruttium in the cities of Croton, Caulonia, Rhegion, Terina, Mesma, Medma and Locri until 89 BC, where the Lex Plautia Papiria put an end to all non-Roman coinage in Italy.
Bruttium
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An AE Drachm struck c. 216-203 BC in Kroton
Obverse: Laureate head of Zeus right, stalk of grain behind

Reverse: Eagle standing left on lightning, cornucopia right, star above; BPET_TIΩN

Diameter: 0 mm
Die Orientation: 0 H
Weight: 0 g
No notes for this coin
SNG ANS 44; SNG Cop 1663; Pfeiler p. 22, 1; HN Italy 1942
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An AE unit struck 215-205 BC in Bruttium
Obverse: Laureate head of Zeus right; behind, thunderbolt

Reverse: BP - ETTIΩN / Helmeted, naked warrior charging r. holding shield and spear; below shield, torch

Diameter: 22 mm
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 8.14 g
No notes for this coin
SNG ANS-104, Sear-703
(3) Kroton
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An AR Triobol struck c. 430-420 BC in Kroton
Obverse: Pegasos left; Ϙ

Reverse: Tripod with 3 ring handles and legs ending in lion’s paws; ϘPO

Diameter: -
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 1.5 g
Kroton had the rather curious practice of issuing fractions bearing reverse types taken from the coinage of other cities: such as, among others, the Pegasus of Corinth (complete with the letter koppa below), the hare of Messana and the octopus of Syracuse.
HN Italy 2127, SNG Cop 1788
(4) Kroton
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An AR Stater struck 480-430 BC in Kroton
Obverse: Tripod; in left field, marsh bird

Reverse: Incuse tripod

Diameter: -
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 8.12 g
No notes for this coin
Historia Numorum 2102; SNG ANS 266; SNG München vergl. 1427