Copper alloy (bronze or brass)
Disc or similar (ellipse, etc.)
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Tekin 2016a: A semicircular lead weight, broken with missing mass, was uncovered nearby the Panhagia Church in 1954; it weighs 88 g. On its obverse is ΔΑΜΟ(σιον) engraved, which indicates it was under state guarantee. On the reverse side is the ethnic ΚΟΡΙΝΘΙΟΝ and its denomination as quarter mna is indicated with ΤΕ(ταρτον); it dates to the fifth-fourth centuries BC. / Donati 2010: Semicircular bronze weight, one-quarter mina; on the obverse from left to right: δαμό(σιον) ; on the reverse around the curved edge from left to right: Κορινθίων; from left to right on the lower edge: τε(ταρταῖον). Single piece broken on two sides; slightly lunate with incised inscriptions on both sides. A smooth surface on the bottom shows that the shape of the weight was semicircular. Its original weight must have been just more than 100 g, which corresponds to the 412.50 g mina standard known in other Corinthian weights.