Here they are below. It's always nice to add new silver greeks & have a break from Romans & Medievals. THESSALY, Pharsalos. Late 5th-mid 4th century BC AR Drachm O: Helmeted head of Athena right. R: Δ to left / Φ A P [retrograde Σ], Thessalian cavalryman on horse rearing right, holding lagobolon. 5.59g 19mm Lavva 138 (V65/R78); cf. BCD Thessaly II 644; HGC 4, 626 Lokris Opuntii (369 - 338 B.C.) AR Hemidrachm O: Wreathed head of Persephone right. R: Ajax advancing r., nude but for crested helmet, brandishing dagger and shield; kantharos between his legs. 2.6g 16mm BCD Lokris 98; SNG Copenhagen 50.