What Is the Name of Ancient Greek Coins?

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Ancient Greek coins were referred to as drachm or tetradrachm (four drachm coin). The history of Ancient Greek coins can be separated with other Greek art forms into three periods; the Archaic, the Classical and the Hellenistic.
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