[German version] (πεντάδραχμον/
pentedrachmía; Xen. Hell. 1,6,12), a Greek coin with a value of five
drachmai (Drachme), often mentioned in ancient texts: 1) used as pay at Chios in 406 BC (Xen. ibid.), it cannot be clearly identified . 2) 'Old'
pentedrachmia as a Macedonian coin in the time of Perdiccas  III (365-359 BC; Polyaenus, Strat. 3,10,14), probably the older Macedonian
tetradrachma (Tetradrachmon), regionally divided into 5
drachmai . 3) At Cyrene (Poll. 9,60), it may be the Attic
tetradrachmon, presumably divided there into five