Greek Empire, Hellenistic Coins. Macedonian era: 333302 BC
GREEK EMPIRE COIN PAGES (33331 BC) 

333302 BC 
32331 BC 
32164 BC 
16637 BC 

Introduction:
I. Greek kingdom period after Alexander the Great: 32331 BC
Greek kingdom period: 32331 BC 

Ptolemaic Empire kings 
Seleucid Empire kings 
Hasmonean/Maccabean kings 16637 BC 
1. Ptolemy I (Soter) 323282 BC 2. Ptolemy II (Philadelphus) 282246 BC 3. Ptolemy III (Euergetes I) 246222 BC 4. Ptolemy IV (Philopator) 222204 BC 5. Ptolemy V (Epiphanes) 204180 BC 6. Ptolemy VI (Philometor) 180145 BC 7. Ptolemy VII (Neos Philopator) 145 BC 8. Ptolemy VIII (Euergetes II Physcon) 145116 BC 9. Ptolemy IX (Soter II Lathyrus) 116107 BC 10. Ptolemy X (Alexander I) 10788 BC 11. Ptolemy XI (Alexander II) 80 BC 12. Ptolemy XII (Auletes) 8051 BC 13. Ptolemy XIV 4744 BC 14. Ptolemy XV (Caesarion) 4430 BC Mark Antony kills Antigonus in 37 BC ending the Ptolemaic empire. 
1. Seleucus I Nicator 321281 BC 2. Antiochus I Soter 281261 BC 3. Antiochus II Theos 261246 BC 4. Seleucus II Callinicus 246226 BC 5. Seleucus III Soter 226223 BC 6. Antiochus III The Great 223187 BC 7. Seleucus IV Philopator 187–175 BC 8. Antiochus IV Epiphanes 175163 BC 9. Antiochus IV desecrates Temple 167 BC 10. Antiochus V Eupator 163162 BC 11. Demetrius I Soter 162150 BC 12. Alexander I Balas (usurper) 150145 BC 13. Demetrius II Nicator Soter 145140 BC 14. Antiochus VII Sidetes 139129 BC 15. Demetrius II Nicator Soter 129125 BC 16. Antiochus VIII Grypus 12596 BC 17. Rapid, unstable succession of rulers 9683 18. Seleucus VI Epiphanes Nicator 19. Antiochus X Eusebes 20. Antiochus XI 21. Antiochus XI, 22. Demetrius III Eucerus 23. Philip 24. Tigranes of Armenia Conquers Syria 8369 BC Roman general Pompey the Great Annexes Syria extincting the Seleucid empire in 64 BC 
1. Revolt of Mattathias: 166 BC 2. Judas Maccabeus: 166160 BC 3. Jonathan: 160143 BC 4. Simeon: 143135 BC 5. John Hyrcanus I: 135104 BC 6. Tyre liberated from Seleucids: 125 BC 7. Full Judean independence: 110 BC 8. Aristobulus I: 104103 BC 9. Alexander Janneus: 10376 BC 10. Hyrcanus II (Salome Alexandra): 7667 BC 11. Aristobulus II: 6763 BC 12. General Pompey captures Jerusalem and reappoints Hyrcranus II as high priest: 63 BC 13. Hycranus II exiled to Parthia: 4036 BC 14. Antigonus II: 4037 BC 15. Hycranus II lives with Babylonian Jews: 35 BC 16. Mark Antony kills Antigonus ending Hasmonean rule: 37 BC 17. Aristobulus III briefly appointed High Priest: 37 BC 18. Herod executes Hycranus II after inviting him to Jerusalem: 30 BC Judah under Roman control when Herod kills last Hasmonean (Hycranus II) in 30 BC 
Roman Empire rules entire world in 31 BC 
II. Denominations, diameters and weights of Ptolemaic and Greek coins who used the same system
Prutah (Plural Prutot) 
1 prutah = 1 Quadran 2 lepta = 1 prutah 64 prutot = 1 denarii/drachma 256 prutot = 1 shekel 

Greek, Ptolemaic 
Halfprutah (plural halfprutot) 
1 halfprutah = 1 letpa 2 halfprutah  prutah 128 halfprutah = 1 drachma/denarii 

Greek, Ptolemaic 
Dekadrachm 
10 drachmae 
43 grams 
Greek, Ptolemaic 
Tetradrachm 
4 tetradrachm = 1 drachma 2 tetradrachm = 1 mina 
17.2 grams 
Greek, Ptolemaic 
Didrachm 
2 drachmae 
8.6 grams 
Greek, Ptolemaic 
Drachma (Plural drachmas) 
4 drachma = 1 Tyrian shekel 6000 drachmas = 1 talent 1 dinarii = 1 drachma 192 prutot = 1 denarius 
4.3 grams 
Greek, Ptolemaic 
Drachma 
6 obols 
4.3 grams 
Greek, Ptolemaic 
Tetrobol 
4 obols 
2.85 grams 
Greek, Ptolemaic 
Triobol 
3 obols 
2.15 grams 
Greek, Ptolemaic 
Diobol 
2 obols 
1.43 grams 
Greek, Ptolemaic 
Obol (Plural Obols) 
6 obols = 1 drachma 24 Obols = 1 tetradrachm 4 tetartemoria 
0.72 grams 
Greek, Ptolemaic 
Halfobol (plural Halfobols) 
12 Halfobols = 1 drachma 2 halfobols = 1 Obol 

Greek, Ptolemaic 
Lepta (Plural Lepton) 
1 letpa = 1 halfprutah 2 lepton = 1 quadran/prutah 7 lepton = 1 cholkos 128 lepton = 1 drachma/denarii 

Greek, Ptolemaic Widow gave two lepta (1 Prutot of Alexander Jannaeus) 
Quarterobol 
24 quarterobols = 1 drachma 4 quarterobols = 1 Obol 

Greek,Ptolemaic 
Tritartemorion 
3 tetartemoria 
0.54 grams 
Greek, Ptolemaic 
Hemiobol 
2 tetartemoria 
0.36 grams 
Greek, Ptolemaic 
Trihemitetartemorion 
3/2 tetartemorion 
0.27 grams 
Greek, Ptolemaic 
Tetartemorion 
4 Tetartemorion = 1 obol 
0.18 grams 
Greek, Ptolemaic 
Hemitetartemorion 
2 Hemitetartemorion = 1 tetartemorion 
0.09 grams 
Greek, Ptolemaic 
III. Ancient Duck weights and Greek duck coins:
IV. Judean coins "YHD" coins in the early Ptolemaic empire (Egypt): 333 302 BC
Conclusion:
1. The Greek kingdom existed from 333  31 BC
2. Alexander the Great lived only ten years and ruled the world as a sole monarch from 333323 BC
3. The early Greek/Macedonian period is 333  302 BC as far as classifying coins is concerned.
4. After Alexander the Great died, his kingdom was split into four Kingdoms: (Four "horns" empires after Alexander the Great)
GREEK EMPIRE COIN PAGES (33331 BC) 

333302 BC 
32331 BC 
32164 BC 
16637 BC 

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