Province Achaea
City Corinth 
Region Corinthia
Reign Domitian
Obverse inscription IMP CAES DOMIT AVG GER
Obverse design laureate head of Domitian, r.
Reverse inscription COL IVL AVG COR
Reverse design Jupiter standing, r., holding eagle and thunderbolt

Coin no. 1 of RPC II, 206A


Reference Argos Excavations 77.520.1 = P. Marchetti and K. Kolokotsas, Le nymphée de l’agora d’Argos, Etudes Péloponésiennes XI (Paris, 1995), p. 292, no. 4 and pl. 32, 191
Diameter 21
Note The authors describe the type as ‘un homme debout tourné à dr., la g. tendue en avant, la dr. le long du corps tenant un foudre’. A man holding a thunderbolt is obviously Zeus, and the type is very close to RPC 206. The difference between RPC 206 and 206A is the obverse legend: on 206, the legend ends with – GERM. This is not obvious on the specimen illustrated pl. 8, but this specimen is struck from the same obv. die as RPC 199, whose reading is clear.
Addition Additional coin (post publication)