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Vol. Province Region City Issue Dating Magistrates Denomination Person(s) Obv. inscription Obv. design Rev. inscription Rev. design Reference Note Internal note Coin Number Museum Inventory Number Bibliography Weight Diameter Axis Quantity Obv. die Rev. die Obv. cmks Rev. cmks Note Internal note Obv. img Rev. img Plate Hide online Uri link
I 519 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Obol helmeted and draped bust, r. NEM COL inscription in wreath Giard 59, no. 6 axis: var. 1 P 2722 Luynes 764 0.49 11 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 519 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Obol helmeted and draped bust, r. NEM COL inscription in wreath Giard 59, no. 6 axis: var. 2 P 2717 0.37 11 1 no no no no https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b11284581z [show] [edit]
I 519 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Obol helmeted and draped bust, r. NEM COL inscription in wreath Giard 59, no. 6 axis: var. 3 P 2718 0.32 11 1 no no no no https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b11284582d [show] [edit]
I 519 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Obol helmeted and draped bust, r. NEM COL inscription in wreath Giard 59, no. 6 axis: var. 4 P 2719 0.42 11 1 no no no no https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b11284583v [show] [edit]
I 519 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Obol helmeted and draped bust, r. NEM COL inscription in wreath Giard 59, no. 6 axis: var. 5 P 2720 0.42 11 1 no no no no https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b112845849 [show] [edit]
I 519 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Obol helmeted and draped bust, r. NEM COL inscription in wreath Giard 59, no. 6 axis: var. 6 P 2721 0.36 11 1 no no no no https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b11284585r [show] [edit]
I 519 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Obol helmeted and draped bust, r. NEM COL inscription in wreath Giard 59, no. 6 axis: var. 7 P 2723 0.36 11 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 519 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Obol helmeted and draped bust, r. NEM COL inscription in wreath Giard 59, no. 6 axis: var. 8 P 2724 0.29 11 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 519 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Obol helmeted and draped bust, r. NEM COL inscription in wreath Giard 59, no. 6 axis: var. 9 L 597 0.46 11 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 519 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Obol helmeted and draped bust, r. NEM COL inscription in wreath Giard 59, no. 6 axis: var. 10 L 598 0.43 11 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 519 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Obol helmeted and draped bust, r. NEM COL inscription in wreath Giard 59, no. 6 axis: var. 11 L 599 0.37 11 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 519 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Obol helmeted and draped bust, r. NEM COL inscription in wreath Giard 59, no. 6 axis: var. 12 L 600 0.33 11 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 519 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Obol helmeted and draped bust, r. NEM COL inscription in wreath Giard 59, no. 6 axis: var. 13 Cop SNG 691 0.45 11 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 519 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Obol helmeted and draped bust, r. NEM COL inscription in wreath Giard 59, no. 6 axis: var. 14 V 481 0.2 11 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 519 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Obol helmeted and draped bust, r. NEM COL inscription in wreath Giard 59, no. 6 axis: var. 15 Künker 312, 8 Oct. 2018, lot 1740 0.34 11.3 1 no no no no https://www.coinarchives.com/a/openlink.php?l=1360813|2745|1740|46e77f5e7b038b7408fc6d2346963cb2 [show] [edit]
I 519 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Obol helmeted and draped bust, r. NEM COL inscription in wreath Giard 59, no. 6 axis: var. 16 Peus 422, 26 Apr. 2018, lot 21 0.4 11.1 1 no no yes no https://www.coinarchives.com/a/openlink.php?l=1153804|2320|21|707d9e7b1244435f344dd4edabb55cef [show] [edit]
I 519 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Obol helmeted and draped bust, r. NEM COL inscription in wreath Giard 59, no. 6 axis: var. 17 B 18215412 0.44 11 8 1 no no no no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18215412 [show] [edit]
I 519 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Obol helmeted and draped bust, r. NEM COL inscription in wreath Giard 59, no. 6 axis: var. 18 B 18215413 , Löbb. 0.33 11 7 1 no no no no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18215413 [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 1 P 2735 2.5 1 no no no no https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b11284599z [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 2 P 2729 2.23 1 no no no no https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b112845938 [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 3 P 2730 2.17 1 no no no no https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b11284594q [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 4 P 2731 1.81 1 no no no no https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b112845955 [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 5 P 2732 2.13 1 no no no no https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b11284596m [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 6 P 2733 1.62 1 no no no no https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b112845972 [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 7 P 2734 2.09 1 no no no no https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b11284598h [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 8 P 2736 2.23 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 9 P 2737 2.65 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 10 P 2738 2.48 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 11 P 2739 1.81 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 12 P Y 23627 1.5 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 13 L 1925 2.12 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 14 L 1926 2.47 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 15 L 1927 2.21 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 16 L 1928 1.92 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 17 L 1929 2.27 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 18 L 1930 2.08 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 19 L 1931 2.03 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 20 L 1932 1.68 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 21 L 1933 2.55 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 22 L 1934 2.07 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 23 Cop SNG 692 2.14 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 24 Cop SNG 693 2.37 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 25 Mu SNG 431 2.85 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 26 Mu SNG 432 2.45 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 27 V 483 1.72 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 28 V 484 1.61 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 29 Grün 75, 13 Nov. 2018, lot 254 2.34 16 1 no no no no https://www.coinarchives.com/a/openlink.php?l=1403567|2852|254|ed775febfcd2540d856ba7ce8576c416 [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 30 Marti Hervera and Soler & Llach 1077, 2 July 2013, lot 2002 2.1 16 1 no no no no https://www.coinarchives.com/a/openlink.php?l=839319|1575|2002|17fb54b52435fa6abe2a22c862827ed3 [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 31 B 18215420, Fox 2.52 16 8 1 no no no no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18215420 [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 32 B 18215414, Alter Bestand 2.16 16 6 1 no no yes no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18215414 [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 33 B 18215415, 1847/7813 1.88 17 9 1 no no no no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18215415 [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 34 B 18215416, Rauch 2.25 16 12 1 no no no no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18215416 [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 35 B 18215421, Löbb. 1.97 16 6 1 no no no no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18215421 [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 36 B 18215422, B-I 2.52 17 12 1 no no no no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18215422 [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 37 NY 1944.100.93326 1.18 17 10 1 no no no no http://numismatics.org/collection/1944.100.93326 [show] [edit]
I 520 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (16 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, l., left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents Giard 59–60, no. 7 For a new interpretation of the reverse types of 520 et 511, see M. Feugère, ‘Les bronzes de Nîmes BN 2725 et 2735 et le sanctuaire guérisseur de Nemausus’, in Histoire, Espaces et Marges de l’Antiquité, I. Hommages à Monique Clavel-Lévêque (Besançon, 2003), pp. 227-231. Feugère interprets the type of 521 as a cupping glass and the palms as the symbol of Apollo. The female figure on 520 is Hygeia. Both types are related to the sanctuary of the fountain of Nîmes whose healing waters were renowned. axis: var.; specimen numbering incorrect after 6 in print volume. 38 NY 1944.100.93327 2.5 17 2 1 no no no no http://numismatics.org/collection/1944.100.93327 [show] [edit]
I 521 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (14 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, Q NEM COL inverted urn between two palms Giard 60, no. 8 axis: var. 1 L 1935 1.25 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 521 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (14 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, Q NEM COL inverted urn between two palms Giard 60, no. 8 axis: var. 2 P 2725 1.18 1 no no no no https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b11284589j [show] [edit]
I 521 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (14 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, Q NEM COL inverted urn between two palms Giard 60, no. 8 axis: var. 3 P 2726 1.18 1 no no no no https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b11284590x [show] [edit]
I 521 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (14 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, Q NEM COL inverted urn between two palms Giard 60, no. 8 axis: var. 4 P 2727 1.12 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 521 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (14 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, Q NEM COL inverted urn between two palms Giard 60, no. 8 axis: var. 5 P 2728 1.24 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 521 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (14 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, Q NEM COL inverted urn between two palms Giard 60, no. 8 axis: var. 6 CNG EA 181, 6 Feb. 2008, lot 33 1.05 11.2 7 1 no no yes no https://www.coinarchives.com/a/openlink.php?l=301838|530|33|3cef1b2bd291578ba22741cd8e275a8e [show] [edit]
I 521 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 40 BC Æ (14 mm) helmeted and draped bust, r.; behind, Q NEM COL inverted urn between two palms Giard 60, no. 8 axis: var. 7 NY 1.59 14.1 12 1 no no no no http://numismatics.org/collection/2015.20.471 [show] [edit]
I 522 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 27 BC Bronze (29 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 154 axis: var. 1 P 2799 17.29 30 1 no no no no https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b112846068 [show] [edit]
I 522 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 27 BC Bronze (29 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 154 axis: var. 2 specimens from various collections and hoards 30 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 522 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 27 BC Bronze (29 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 154 axis: var. 32 Leu 83, 6 May 2002, lot 705 16.61 29 1 no no yes no https://www.coinarchives.com/a/openlink.php?l=55552|58|705|c2e8eaa9a8d13b2c8a363dabc136dd72 [show] [edit]
I 522 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 27 BC Bronze (29 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 154 axis: var. 33 Naville Numismatics 59, 26 July 2020, lot 537 16.59 31.1 1 no no no no https://www.coinarchives.com/a/openlink.php?l=1700209|3809|537|5c1da3a0a25145e17e53a72a6618b956 [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 1 P 2773 11.93 27 1 no no no no https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b11284618k [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 2 La Villeneuve-au-Châtelot 27 84 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 86 P 27 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 87 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 88 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 89 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 90 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 91 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 92 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 93 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 94 L 27 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 95 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 96 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 97 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 98 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 99 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 100 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 101 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 102 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 103 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 104 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 105 Cop SNG 696 27 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 106 Cop SNG 697 27 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 107 Cop SNG 698 27 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 108 Tübingen 142 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 109 Tübingen 143 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 110 Tübingen 144 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 111 Tübingen 145 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 112 Tübingen 146 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 113 Tübingen 147 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 114 Tübingen 148 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 115 Tübingen 149 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 116 Tübingen 150 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 117 Tübingen 151 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 118 V 485 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 119 V 486 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 120 V 487 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 121 V 488 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 122 V 489 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 123 V 490 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 124 V 491 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 125 V 492 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 126 V 493 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 127 V 494 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 128 V 495 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 129 V 496 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 130 V 497 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 131 V 498 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 132 B 18215374, Löbb. 7.33 24 9 1 no no no no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18215374 [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 133 B 18215363 10.17 26 5 1 no no no no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18215363 [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 134 B 18215364 11.4 25 2 1 no no no no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18215364 [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 135 B 18215366, 1925 Kassel 12.81 26 12 1 no no no no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18215366 [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 136 B 18215367, Löbb. 14.3 26 7 1 no no no no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18215367 [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 137 B 18215368 12.53 26 12 1 no no no no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18215368 [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 138 B 18215369, 1963/147 12.56 25 10 1 no no yes no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18215369 [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 139 B 18215371, Rauch 9.6 25 1 1 no no no no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18215371 [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 140 B 18215410, Löbb. 10.85 27 3 1 no no no no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18215410 [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 141 B 18215403, Löbb. 14.19 27 2 1 GIC — (DD with branch between) no no no no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18215403 [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 142 B 18215378, 1925 Kassel 15.25 26 8 1 no no no no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18215378 [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 143 B 18215377 9.9 25 12 1 no no no no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18215377 [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 144 B 18215376, 1925 Kassel 11.83 27 6 1 no no no no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18215376 [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 145 B 18215373, Friedländer 13.02 26 9 1 no no no no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18215373 [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 146 Leeds-UL 1375 11.66 28.2 9 1 no no no no https://explore.library.leeds.ac.uk/special-collections-explore/657936 [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 147 Freiburg 11307 13.72 26 6 1 no no no no https://ikmk.uni-freiburg.de/object?id=ID11140 [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 148 Freiburg 11308 6.98 25 2 1 no no no no https://ikmk.uni-freiburg.de/object?id=ID11141 [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 149 Freiburg 11309 8.38 25 6 1 no no no no https://ikmk.uni-freiburg.de/object?id=ID11157 [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 150 Freiburg 11310 10.17 27 8 1 no no no no https://ikmk.uni-freiburg.de/object?id=ID11158 [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 151 Freiburg 11311 7.16 25 5 1 halved  no no no no https://ikmk.uni-freiburg.de/object?id=ID11159 [show] [edit]
I 523 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Leaded bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 155–7 axis: var. 152 CGT Coll. 11.46 28 9 1 GIC — (DD with branch between) no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 1 P 2807 12.79 27 1 no no no no https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b11284708j [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 2 La Villeneuve-au-Châtelot 27 194 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 196 P 27 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 197 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 198 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 199 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 200 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 201 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 202 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 203 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 204 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 205 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 206 L 27 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 207 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 208 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 209 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 210 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 211 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 212 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 213 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 214 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 215 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 216 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 217 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 218 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 219 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 220 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 221 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 222 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 223 Cop SNG 699 27 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 224 Tübingen 152 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 225 Tübingen 153 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 226 Tübingen 154 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 227 Tübingen 155 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 228 Tübingen 156 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 229 Tübingen 157 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 230 Tübingen 158 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 231 V 499 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 232 V 500 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 233 B 18202683, Fox 12.42 26 7 1 no no yes no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18202683 [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 234 B 18202684, Löbb. 13.25 26 6 1 no no no no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18202684 [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 235 Freiburg 11312 10.04 27 1 1 no no no no https://ikmk.uni-freiburg.de/object?id=ID11160 [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 236 Freiburg 11313 12.92 28 9 1 no no no no https://ikmk.uni-freiburg.de/object?id=ID11161 [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 237 Freiburg 11314 10.58 25 12 1 no no no no https://ikmk.uni-freiburg.de/object?id=ID11162 [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 238 Freiburg 11315 9.24 25 8 1 no no no no https://ikmk.uni-freiburg.de/object?id=ID11163 [show] [edit]
I 524 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze (27 mm) IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 158 axis: var. 239 Freiburg 11305 9.68 24 4 1 no no no no https://ikmk.uni-freiburg.de/object?id=ID11135 [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 1 P 2759E D'Ailly 17459 13.54 28 1 no no no no https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b11284749n [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 2 P 28 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 3 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 4 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 5 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 6 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 7 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 8 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 9 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 10 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 11 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 12 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 13 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 14 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 15 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 16 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 17 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 18 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 19 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 20 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 21 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 22 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 23 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 24 P 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 25 L 28 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 26 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 27 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 28 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 29 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 30 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 31 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 32 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 33 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 34 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 35 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 36 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 37 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 38 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 39 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 40 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 41 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 42 L 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 43 Cop SNG 700 28 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 44 Cop SNG 701 28 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 45 Tübingen SNG 160 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 46 Tübingen SNG 161 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 47 Tübingen SNG 162 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 48 Tübingen SNG 163 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 49 Tübingen SNG 164 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 50 Tübingen SNG 165 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 51 Tübingen SNG 166 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 52 V 501 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 53 V 502 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 54 V 503 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 55 V 504 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 56 V 505 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 57 V 506 1 no no no no [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 58 B 18202606, 1910/78 25 12 1 6.22, halved no no no no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18202606 [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 59 B 18202604, 1925 Kassel 12.64 26 11 1 no no no no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18202604 [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 60 B 18202605, 1886/76 13.05 27 12 1 no no yes no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18202605 [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 61 B 18215528 12.97 28 12 1 no no no no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18215528 [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 62 B 18215527 10.88 27 5 1 no no no no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18215527 [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 63 B 18215526 12.7 27 6 1 Found at Tewkesbury 1848 no no no no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18215526 [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 64 B 18215525 12.52 27 12 1 no no no no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18215525 [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 65 B 18215524 12.36 27 11 1 no no no no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18215524 [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 66 B 18215522 13.03 26 8 1 no no no no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18215522 [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 67 B 18215521 13.13 26 4 1 no no no no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18215521 [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 68 Leeds-UL 1376 12.5 28.2 12 1 no no no no https://explore.library.leeds.ac.uk/special-collections-explore/657937 [show] [edit]
I 525 Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze (28 mm) IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties RIC 159–61 For the metallic composition of the Nemausus dupondii (RPC I, 522-525) and new propositions for dating group III (RPC I, 525), see now P.-A. Besombes and J.-N. Barrandon, ‘Les dupondii de Nîmes: datation, diffusion et nature du métal utilisé’, RN 157 (2001), pp. 305-328. axis: var. 69 Freiburg 11316 12.49 25 11 1 no no no no https://ikmk.uni-freiburg.de/object?id=ID11164 [show] [edit]
I 526a Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Bronze IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties On these ‘coins’ in the form of a pig’s leg, see now P. Villemur and M. Blet-Lemarquand, “Les médailles [de Nîmes] dites pieds de sanglier”. Nouveau regard, nouvelle analyse, in: L. Bricault et al. (ed.), Rome et les provinces. Monnayage et histoire.Mélanges offerts à Michel Amandry, Numismatica Anatolica 7, Bordeaux, 2017, pp. 133-49 with an updated catalogue of all known pieces (authentic and casted) and metal analysis by FNAA of 3 of them. See also P. Villemur, M. Blet-Lemarquand, D. Baux, Les dupondii de Nîmes « à la patte de sanglier ». Nouvelles analyses métalliques et conclusion, BSFN 74/06, June 2019, pp. 181-6. 1 Nimes 2016-0-1169 P. Villemur, M. Blet-Lemarquand, D. Baux p. 182, no. 2 16.28 27 10 1 44 mm with the leg no no no no [show] [edit]
I 526b Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties On these ‘coins’ in the form of a pig’s leg, see now P. Villemur and M. Blet-Lemarquand, “Les médailles [de Nîmes] dites pieds de sanglier”. Nouveau regard, nouvelle analyse, in: L. Bricault et al. (ed.), Rome et les provinces. Monnayage et histoire.Mélanges offerts à Michel Amandry, Numismatica Anatolica 7, Bordeaux, 2017, pp. 133-49 with an updated catalogue of all known pieces (authentic and casted) and metal analysis by FNAA of 3 of them. See also P. Villemur, M. Blet-Lemarquand, D. Baux, Les dupondii de Nîmes « à la patte de sanglier ». Nouvelles analyses métalliques et conclusion, BSFN 74/06, June 2019, pp. 181-6. 1 L 1867,0101.2246 (ex Blacas) P. Villemur, M. Blet-Lemarquand, D. Baux p. 182, no. 6 21.84 12 1 43 mm with the leg, 27 without it no no yes no https://www.britishmuseum.org/collection/object/C_1867-0101-2246 [show] [edit]
I 526c Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties On these ‘coins’ in the form of a pig’s leg, see now P. Villemur and M. Blet-Lemarquand, “Les médailles [de Nîmes] dites pieds de sanglier”. Nouveau regard, nouvelle analyse, in: L. Bricault et al. (ed.), Rome et les provinces. Monnayage et histoire.Mélanges offerts à Michel Amandry, Numismatica Anatolica 7, Bordeaux, 2017, pp. 133-49 with an updated catalogue of all known pieces (authentic and casted) and metal analysis by FNAA of 3 of them. See also P. Villemur, M. Blet-Lemarquand, D. Baux, Les dupondii de Nîmes « à la patte de sanglier ». Nouvelles analyses métalliques et conclusion, BSFN 74/06, June 2019, pp. 181-6. axis: var. 1 P 2839 (ex de Luynes) P. Villemur, M. Blet-Lemarquand, D. Baux p. 182, no. 9 20.22 12 1 48 mm with the leg, 27 mm without it no no yes no [show] [edit]
I 526a Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Bronze IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties On these ‘coins’ in the form of a pig’s leg, see now P. Villemur and M. Blet-Lemarquand, “Les médailles [de Nîmes] dites pieds de sanglier”. Nouveau regard, nouvelle analyse, in: L. Bricault et al. (ed.), Rome et les provinces. Monnayage et histoire.Mélanges offerts à Michel Amandry, Numismatica Anatolica 7, Bordeaux, 2017, pp. 133-49 with an updated catalogue of all known pieces (authentic and casted) and metal analysis by FNAA of 3 of them. See also P. Villemur, M. Blet-Lemarquand, D. Baux, Les dupondii de Nîmes « à la patte de sanglier ». Nouvelles analyses métalliques et conclusion, BSFN 74/06, June 2019, pp. 181-6. 2 Nimes 2016-0-1170 P. Villemur, M. Blet-Lemarquand, D. Baux p. 182, no. 4 15.67 26 11 1 40 mm with the leg (incomplete) no no no no [show] [edit]
I 526b Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties On these ‘coins’ in the form of a pig’s leg, see now P. Villemur and M. Blet-Lemarquand, “Les médailles [de Nîmes] dites pieds de sanglier”. Nouveau regard, nouvelle analyse, in: L. Bricault et al. (ed.), Rome et les provinces. Monnayage et histoire.Mélanges offerts à Michel Amandry, Numismatica Anatolica 7, Bordeaux, 2017, pp. 133-49 with an updated catalogue of all known pieces (authentic and casted) and metal analysis by FNAA of 3 of them. See also P. Villemur, M. Blet-Lemarquand, D. Baux, Les dupondii de Nîmes « à la patte de sanglier ». Nouvelles analyses métalliques et conclusion, BSFN 74/06, June 2019, pp. 181-6. 2 Nimes 2016-0-1168 P. Villemur, M. Blet-Lemarquand, D. Baux p. 182, no. 5 15.25 26 5 1 45 mm with the leg no no no no [show] [edit]
I 526c Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties On these ‘coins’ in the form of a pig’s leg, see now P. Villemur and M. Blet-Lemarquand, “Les médailles [de Nîmes] dites pieds de sanglier”. Nouveau regard, nouvelle analyse, in: L. Bricault et al. (ed.), Rome et les provinces. Monnayage et histoire.Mélanges offerts à Michel Amandry, Numismatica Anatolica 7, Bordeaux, 2017, pp. 133-49 with an updated catalogue of all known pieces (authentic and casted) and metal analysis by FNAA of 3 of them. See also P. Villemur, M. Blet-Lemarquand, D. Baux, Les dupondii de Nîmes « à la patte de sanglier ». Nouvelles analyses métalliques et conclusion, BSFN 74/06, June 2019, pp. 181-6. axis: var. 2 B 18215540, 1860/21530 P. Villemur, M. Blet-Lemarquand, D. Baux p. 182, no. 10 19.39 27 12 1 49 mm with the leg no no no no https://ikmk.smb.museum/object?id=18215540 [show] [edit]
I 526a Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Bronze IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties On these ‘coins’ in the form of a pig’s leg, see now P. Villemur and M. Blet-Lemarquand, “Les médailles [de Nîmes] dites pieds de sanglier”. Nouveau regard, nouvelle analyse, in: L. Bricault et al. (ed.), Rome et les provinces. Monnayage et histoire.Mélanges offerts à Michel Amandry, Numismatica Anatolica 7, Bordeaux, 2017, pp. 133-49 with an updated catalogue of all known pieces (authentic and casted) and metal analysis by FNAA of 3 of them. See also P. Villemur, M. Blet-Lemarquand, D. Baux, Les dupondii de Nîmes « à la patte de sanglier ». Nouvelles analyses métalliques et conclusion, BSFN 74/06, June 2019, pp. 181-6. 3 Grenoble Rémy et al. 1998, no. 238 and Pl. XXIV 20.38 12 1 51.4 mm with the leg, 26.5 mm without it no no yes no [show] [edit]
I 526b Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties On these ‘coins’ in the form of a pig’s leg, see now P. Villemur and M. Blet-Lemarquand, “Les médailles [de Nîmes] dites pieds de sanglier”. Nouveau regard, nouvelle analyse, in: L. Bricault et al. (ed.), Rome et les provinces. Monnayage et histoire.Mélanges offerts à Michel Amandry, Numismatica Anatolica 7, Bordeaux, 2017, pp. 133-49 with an updated catalogue of all known pieces (authentic and casted) and metal analysis by FNAA of 3 of them. See also P. Villemur, M. Blet-Lemarquand, D. Baux, Les dupondii de Nîmes « à la patte de sanglier ». Nouvelles analyses métalliques et conclusion, BSFN 74/06, June 2019, pp. 181-6. 3 Montpellier P. Villemur, M. Blet-Lemarquand, D. Baux p. 182, no. 7 14.53 26 6 1 45 mm with the leg no no no no [show] [edit]
I 526a Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Bronze IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties On these ‘coins’ in the form of a pig’s leg, see now P. Villemur and M. Blet-Lemarquand, “Les médailles [de Nîmes] dites pieds de sanglier”. Nouveau regard, nouvelle analyse, in: L. Bricault et al. (ed.), Rome et les provinces. Monnayage et histoire.Mélanges offerts à Michel Amandry, Numismatica Anatolica 7, Bordeaux, 2017, pp. 133-49 with an updated catalogue of all known pieces (authentic and casted) and metal analysis by FNAA of 3 of them. See also P. Villemur, M. Blet-Lemarquand, D. Baux, Les dupondii de Nîmes « à la patte de sanglier ». Nouvelles analyses métalliques et conclusion, BSFN 74/06, June 2019, pp. 181-6. 4 Colmar P. Villemur, M. Blet-Lemarquand, D. Baux p. 182, no. 1 = P. Villemur, M. Blet-Lemarquand, D. Baux p. 182, no. 3 15.94 25 3 1 50 mm with the leg no no no no [show] [edit]
I 526b Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 9/8–3 BC Bronze IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties On these ‘coins’ in the form of a pig’s leg, see now P. Villemur and M. Blet-Lemarquand, “Les médailles [de Nîmes] dites pieds de sanglier”. Nouveau regard, nouvelle analyse, in: L. Bricault et al. (ed.), Rome et les provinces. Monnayage et histoire.Mélanges offerts à Michel Amandry, Numismatica Anatolica 7, Bordeaux, 2017, pp. 133-49 with an updated catalogue of all known pieces (authentic and casted) and metal analysis by FNAA of 3 of them. See also P. Villemur, M. Blet-Lemarquand, D. Baux, Les dupondii de Nîmes « à la patte de sanglier ». Nouvelles analyses métalliques et conclusion, BSFN 74/06, June 2019, pp. 181-6. 4 Dorotheum, Zeno III, 22 mar. 1957, lot 3348 (ex Saint Florian convent) = P. Villemur, M. Blet-Lemarquand, D. Baux p. 182, no. 12 25.5 11 1 43 mm with the leg no no no no [show] [edit]
I 526c Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties On these ‘coins’ in the form of a pig’s leg, see now P. Villemur and M. Blet-Lemarquand, “Les médailles [de Nîmes] dites pieds de sanglier”. Nouveau regard, nouvelle analyse, in: L. Bricault et al. (ed.), Rome et les provinces. Monnayage et histoire.Mélanges offerts à Michel Amandry, Numismatica Anatolica 7, Bordeaux, 2017, pp. 133-49 with an updated catalogue of all known pieces (authentic and casted) and metal analysis by FNAA of 3 of them. See also P. Villemur, M. Blet-Lemarquand, D. Baux, Les dupondii de Nîmes « à la patte de sanglier ». Nouvelles analyses métalliques et conclusion, BSFN 74/06, June 2019, pp. 181-6. axis: var. 4 P 2818 (ex de Saulcy) P. Villemur, M. Blet-Lemarquand, D. Baux p. 182, no. 8 14.6 27 12 1 48 mm with the leg no no no no [show] [edit]
I 526a Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. 16/15 (?)–10 BC Bronze IMP DIVI F inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties On these ‘coins’ in the form of a pig’s leg, see now P. Villemur and M. Blet-Lemarquand, “Les médailles [de Nîmes] dites pieds de sanglier”. Nouveau regard, nouvelle analyse, in: L. Bricault et al. (ed.), Rome et les provinces. Monnayage et histoire.Mélanges offerts à Michel Amandry, Numismatica Anatolica 7, Bordeaux, 2017, pp. 133-49 with an updated catalogue of all known pieces (authentic and casted) and metal analysis by FNAA of 3 of them. See also P. Villemur, M. Blet-Lemarquand, D. Baux, Les dupondii de Nîmes « à la patte de sanglier ». Nouvelles analyses métalliques et conclusion, BSFN 74/06, June 2019, pp. 181-6. 5 Private coll. 16.75 27 12 1 31.3 mm with the leg (brocken) no no no no [show] [edit]
I 526c Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties On these ‘coins’ in the form of a pig’s leg, see now P. Villemur and M. Blet-Lemarquand, “Les médailles [de Nîmes] dites pieds de sanglier”. Nouveau regard, nouvelle analyse, in: L. Bricault et al. (ed.), Rome et les provinces. Monnayage et histoire.Mélanges offerts à Michel Amandry, Numismatica Anatolica 7, Bordeaux, 2017, pp. 133-49 with an updated catalogue of all known pieces (authentic and casted) and metal analysis by FNAA of 3 of them. See also P. Villemur, M. Blet-Lemarquand, D. Baux, Les dupondii de Nîmes « à la patte de sanglier ». Nouvelles analyses métalliques et conclusion, BSFN 74/06, June 2019, pp. 181-6. axis: var. 30 C CM.G.298-R P. Villemur, M. Blet-Lemarquand, D. Baux p. 182, no. 11 and p. 183, fig. 1 12.37 27 12 1 34 mm with the leg (brocken) no no no no [show] [edit]
I 526c Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties On these ‘coins’ in the form of a pig’s leg, see now P. Villemur and M. Blet-Lemarquand, “Les médailles [de Nîmes] dites pieds de sanglier”. Nouveau regard, nouvelle analyse, in: L. Bricault et al. (ed.), Rome et les provinces. Monnayage et histoire.Mélanges offerts à Michel Amandry, Numismatica Anatolica 7, Bordeaux, 2017, pp. 133-49 with an updated catalogue of all known pieces (authentic and casted) and metal analysis by FNAA of 3 of them. See also P. Villemur, M. Blet-Lemarquand, D. Baux, Les dupondii de Nîmes « à la patte de sanglier ». Nouvelles analyses métalliques et conclusion, BSFN 74/06, June 2019, pp. 181-6. axis: var. 31 Private coll. (ex Marquis de Valfons) = P. Villemur, M. Blet-Lemarquand, D. Baux p. 182, no. 13 27 12 1 45 mm with the leg no no no no [show] [edit]
I 526c Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties On these ‘coins’ in the form of a pig’s leg, see now P. Villemur and M. Blet-Lemarquand, “Les médailles [de Nîmes] dites pieds de sanglier”. Nouveau regard, nouvelle analyse, in: L. Bricault et al. (ed.), Rome et les provinces. Monnayage et histoire.Mélanges offerts à Michel Amandry, Numismatica Anatolica 7, Bordeaux, 2017, pp. 133-49 with an updated catalogue of all known pieces (authentic and casted) and metal analysis by FNAA of 3 of them. See also P. Villemur, M. Blet-Lemarquand, D. Baux, Les dupondii de Nîmes « à la patte de sanglier ». Nouvelles analyses métalliques et conclusion, BSFN 74/06, June 2019, pp. 181-6. axis: var. 32 Avignon P. Villemur, M. Blet-Lemarquand, D. Baux p. 183, no. 20 28 11 1 47 mm with the leg no no no no [show] [edit]
I 526c Gallia Narbonensis Gaul Nemausus c. AD 10–14 Bronze IMP DIVI F P P inscription above and below heads of Agrippa to l. and Augustus to r. back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus wears a laurel wreath COL NEM inscription to l. and r. of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties On these ‘coins’ in the form of a pig’s leg, see now P. Villemur and M. Blet-Lemarquand, “Les médailles [de Nîmes] dites pieds de sanglier”. Nouveau regard, nouvelle analyse, in: L. Bricault et al. (ed.), Rome et les provinces. Monnayage et histoire.Mélanges offerts à Michel Amandry, Numismatica Anatolica 7, Bordeaux, 2017, pp. 133-49 with an updated catalogue of all known pieces (authentic and casted) and metal analysis by FNAA of 3 of them. See also P. Villemur, M. Blet-Lemarquand, D. Baux, Les dupondii de Nîmes « à la patte de sanglier ». Nouvelles analyses métalliques et conclusion, BSFN 74/06, June 2019, pp. 181-6. axis: var. 33 Cop SNG SNG 702 15.87 26 11 1 a cast specimen, from the same mould as Saint Germain MAN 122, Nîmes 2014-0-475 and Nîmes 2014-0-474. no no no no [show] [edit]