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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 Obv. img Rev. img Plate Uri link
II 705 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Uncertain of Bithynia Marcus Plancius Varus Æ (28 mm) Vespasian ΑΥΤΟΚΡΑΤΩΡ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΣ ΟΥΕΣΠΑΣΙΑΝΟΣ laureate head of Vespasian, right ΕΠΙ ΜΑΡΚΟΥ ΠΛΑΝΚΙΟΥ ΟΥΑΡΟΥ ΑΝΘΥΠΑΤΟΥ five corn-ears Stumpf 337 ('Claudiopolis') Attributed in SNG Tübingen to Claudiopolis because Claudiopolis has coins for Varus with a similar rev. type (Rec 4), but there is no city name here. 1 Tübingen 2100 9.06 28 2 1 omitting ΜΑΡΚΟΥ in error no no no [show] [edit]
II 705 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Uncertain of Bithynia Marcus Plancius Varus Æ (28 mm) Vespasian ΑΥΤΟΚΡΑΤΩΡ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΣ ΟΥΕΣΠΑΣΙΑΝΟΣ laureate head of Vespasian, right ΕΠΙ ΜΑΡΚΟΥ ΠΛΑΝΚΙΟΥ ΟΥΑΡΟΥ ΑΝΘΥΠΑΤΟΥ five corn-ears Stumpf 337 ('Claudiopolis') Attributed in SNG Tübingen to Claudiopolis because Claudiopolis has coins for Varus with a similar rev. type (Rec 4), but there is no city name here. 2 CNG EA 205, 25 Feb. 2009, lot 268 10.08 25.2 12 1 no no no https://www.coinarchives.com/a/openlink.php?l=309771|554|268|6859ec09ea91f456207a0cadd1e9cb23 [show] [edit]
II 705 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Uncertain of Bithynia Marcus Plancius Varus Æ (28 mm) Vespasian ΑΥΤΟΚΡΑΤΩΡ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΣ ΟΥΕΣΠΑΣΙΑΝΟΣ laureate head of Vespasian, right ΕΠΙ ΜΑΡΚΟΥ ΠΛΑΝΚΙΟΥ ΟΥΑΡΟΥ ΑΝΘΥΠΑΤΟΥ five corn-ears Stumpf 337 ('Claudiopolis') Attributed in SNG Tübingen to Claudiopolis because Claudiopolis has coins for Varus with a similar rev. type (Rec 4), but there is no city name here. 3 Agora Numismatic Sale #108, 27 Dec. 2022, lot 123 9.47 25.3 12 1 no no yes https://www.biddr.com/auctions/agoraauctions/browse?a=3151&l=3572326 [show] [edit]
II 706B Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Uncertain of Bithynia Marcus Salvidenus Proclus Æ (25 mm) Titus ΑΥΤΟΚΡ ΤΙΤΟΣ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ ΣΕΒΑΣ ΥΙΟΣ laureate head of Titus, right ΕΠΙ Μ ΣΑΛΟΥΙΔΗΝΟΥ ΠΡΟΚΛΟΥ ΑΝΘΥΠΑΤΟ Dionysus standing facing, head left, holding cantharus and resting on thyrsus 1 A. Tricarico coll. 8.83 25.1 7 1 no no yes [show] [edit]
II 706A Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Uncertain of Bithynia Marcus Salvidenus Proclus Æ (27 mm) Vespasian ΑΥΤΟΚΡ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ ΣΕΒΑΣ ΟΥΕΣΠΑΣΙΑΝΟΣ laureate head of Vespasian, right [ΕΠΙ Μ ΣΑΛΟΥΙ]ΔΗΝΟΥ ΠΡΟΚΛΟΥ ΑΝΘΥΠΑΤΟΥ Zeus standing facing, head left, holding eagle (?) and resting on long sceptre 1 A. Tricarico coll. (ex Savoca 140 Blue, 13 Aug. 2022, lot 660) 18.12 31 7 1 no no yes [show] [edit]
II 706 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Uncertain of Bithynia Marcus Salvidenus Proclus Æ (27 mm) Vespasian ΑΥΤΟΚΡ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ ΣΕΒΑΣ ΟΥΕΣΠΑΣΙΑΝΟΣ laureate head of Vespasian, right ΕΠΙ Μ ΣΑΛΟΥΙΔΗΝΟΥ ΠΡΟΚΛΟΥ ΑΝΘΥΠΑΤΟΥ Heracles wrestling with a lion Stumpf 372 Stumpf (p. 212 n. 22) gives the coin to the Koinon of Bithynia, but observes that the design suggests an attribution to Heraclea (a similar design occurs earlier at Heraclea: RPC I, 2088). Heracles types also occur at Cius/Prusias ad Mare (RPC I, 2022-5). 1 vA 273 13.09 27 1 no no yes [show] [edit]
II 707 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Uncertain of Bithynia Marcus Salvidenus Proclus Æ (22 mm) Domitian ΔΟΜΙΤΙΑΝΟΣ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΥ ΥΙΟΣ laureate head of Domitian, right ΕΠΙ Μ ΣΑΛΟΥΙΔΗΝΟΥ ΠΡΟΚΛΟΥ ΑΝΘΥΠΑΤ helmeted head of Athena, right Rec 22, Stumpf 373 A similar design occurred on Bithynian coins of Claudius under the proconsul L. Mindius Balbus with no city name; these have been attributed to Nicomedia (RPC I, 2065-7, with p. 349).This may also have been the mint of this coin. 1 A 4941a Rec pl. XXXV.14 4.39 22 7 1 no no yes [show] [edit]
II 707 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Uncertain of Bithynia Marcus Salvidenus Proclus Æ (22 mm) Domitian ΔΟΜΙΤΙΑΝΟΣ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΥ ΥΙΟΣ laureate head of Domitian, right ΕΠΙ Μ ΣΑΛΟΥΙΔΗΝΟΥ ΠΡΟΚΛΟΥ ΑΝΘΥΠΑΤ helmeted head of Athena, right Rec 22, Stumpf 373 A similar design occurred on Bithynian coins of Claudius under the proconsul L. Mindius Balbus with no city name; these have been attributed to Nicomedia (RPC I, 2065-7, with p. 349).This may also have been the mint of this coin. 2 Milan see Rec 1 no no no [show] [edit]
II 708 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Uncertain of Bithynia Marcus Salvidenus Asprenas Æ (32 mm) Vespasian [ΑΥΤ] ΚΑΙΣΑΡΙ ΣΕΒ ΟΥΕΣ[ΠΑΣΙΑΝΩ ] laureate head of Vespasian, right [ΕΠΙ] Μ ΣΑΛΟΥΙΔΗΝΟΥ ΑΣ[ΠΡΗΝΑ ], Μ Τ (below) caduceus between two cornucopias Rec Tium 19, Stumpf 385 1 P 1619 Wa 541 = Rec pl. CVI.23 = Stumpf Taf. XIII.1 14.86 32 1 1 no no yes https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b10316236j [show] [edit]
II 709 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Uncertain of Bithynia Group D: probably Nicaea Brass (26 mm) Domitian ΑΥΤ ΔΟΜΙΤΙΑΝΟΣ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΣ laureate head of Domitian, right ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΥ Nike advancing left, holding shield and wreath The rev. is copied from the similar Victory type found on 'restored' coins of Divus Augustus, perhaps minted in Thrace (RPC II, 512). The style of the obv. seems very close to RPC II, 710. 1 L 1979,0101.1198 ex vA, SNG - 12.39 26 6 1 qualitative metal analysis: brass no no yes https://www.britishmuseum.org/collection/object/C_1979-0101-1198 [show] [edit]
II 709B Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Uncertain of Bithynia Group D: probably Nicaea Æ (26 mm) Domitian ΑΥΤ ΔΟΜΙΤΙΑΝΟΣ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ ΣΕΒ ΓΕΡ laureate head of Domitian, right ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΥ Nike advancing left, holding shield and wreath 1 A Tricarico coll. 11.33 26 5 1 no no yes [show] [edit]
II 709A Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Uncertain of Bithynia Group D: probably Nicaea Brass (26 mm) Domitian ΑΥ ΔΟΜΙΤΙΑΝΟΣ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΣ ΓΕΡ laureate head of Domitian, right ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΥ Nike advancing left, holding shield and wreath 1 A Tricarico coll. (ex CNG EA 222, 11 Nov. 2009, lot 302) 12.82 26 7 1 no no yes https://www.coinarchives.com/a/openlink.php?l=344076|618|302|86ce8eeb7330fa0b9dda472f5c3bee8b [show] [edit]
II 709 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Uncertain of Bithynia Group D: probably Nicaea Brass (26 mm) Domitian ΑΥΤ ΔΟΜΙΤΙΑΝΟΣ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΣ laureate head of Domitian, right ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΥ Nike advancing left, holding shield and wreath The rev. is copied from the similar Victory type found on 'restored' coins of Divus Augustus, perhaps minted in Thrace (RPC II, 512). The style of the obv. seems very close to RPC II, 710. 2 A Tricarico coll. 11.05 27.2 5 1 no no no [show] [edit]
II 709B Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Uncertain of Bithynia Group D: probably Nicaea Æ (26 mm) Domitian ΑΥΤ ΔΟΜΙΤΙΑΝΟΣ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ ΣΕΒ ΓΕΡ laureate head of Domitian, right ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΥ Nike advancing left, holding shield and wreath 2 L. Cline coll. 11.45 26 1 1 no no no [show] [edit]
II 709 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Uncertain of Bithynia Group D: probably Nicaea Brass (26 mm) Domitian ΑΥΤ ΔΟΜΙΤΙΑΝΟΣ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΣ laureate head of Domitian, right ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΥ Nike advancing left, holding shield and wreath The rev. is copied from the similar Victory type found on 'restored' coins of Divus Augustus, perhaps minted in Thrace (RPC II, 512). The style of the obv. seems very close to RPC II, 710. 3 CGT coll. 9.65 28 6 1 no no no [show] [edit]
II 710 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Uncertain of Bithynia Group D: probably Nicaea Copper (23 mm) Domitian ΑΥΤ ΔΟΜΙΤΙΑΝΟΣ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΣ Γ(ΕΡΜ) laureate head of Domitian, right ΔΙΟΣ ΛΙ-ΤΑΙΟΥ altar The reading ΔΙΟΣ ΛΙ is clear and itscompletion seems likely, as an altar with the same inscription is found on coinsof Nicaea under Nero (RPC I, 2053, 2055). This, in turn, suggests theattribution to Nicaea for this coin of Domitian; as the portrait style of 709seems very close to that found on this coin, they should both perhaps beattributed to Nicaea. 1 L 1979,0101.1261 ex vA 276 6.58 23 6 1 qualitative metal analysis: copper; obv. legends ends with ΓΕΡΜ; the metal is unexpected for Nicaea or indeed anywhere else in Bithynia; the nearest parallel is at Sinope (RPC II, 714). no no yes https://www.britishmuseum.org/collection/object/C_1979-0101-1261 [show] [edit]
II 710 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Uncertain of Bithynia Group D: probably Nicaea Copper (23 mm) Domitian ΑΥΤ ΔΟΜΙΤΙΑΝΟΣ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΣ Γ(ΕΡΜ) laureate head of Domitian, right ΔΙΟΣ ΛΙ-ΤΑΙΟΥ altar The reading ΔΙΟΣ ΛΙ is clear and itscompletion seems likely, as an altar with the same inscription is found on coinsof Nicaea under Nero (RPC I, 2053, 2055). This, in turn, suggests theattribution to Nicaea for this coin of Domitian; as the portrait style of 709seems very close to that found on this coin, they should both perhaps beattributed to Nicaea. 2 Private coll. 7.28 23 7 1 obv. legend ends with Γ no no no [show] [edit]
II 711 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Uncertain of Bithynia Group E: uncertain Æ (19 mm) Domitian ΔΟΜΙΤΙΑΝΟΣ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ ΣΕΒ ΓΕΡΜ laureate head of Domitian, right ΔΟΜΙΤΙΑΝΟΥ ΣΕΒΑ, ΑΡΕΤΗ Arete standing, left, holding spear or sceptre I-B commented, 'Der nicht gennantePrägeort könnte eine der bithynischen Städte sein'; the obvious candidate isPrusias ad Hypium, which seems to have been the source of most of the'anonymous' Bithynian coinage. In addition, the rev. design seems similar inconcept to RPC II, 685-6. But at the moment there is insufficient evidence for thisattribution. The type is a modified translation of the design of virtuti augustiused at Rome from AD 84 (see Bosch pp. 186-7). 1 B B-I GRMK p. 21, no 6 4.28 19 6 1 no no no [show] [edit]
II 711A Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Uncertain of Bithynia Group E: uncertain Æ (20 mm) Domitian ΑΥΤ ΔΟΜΙΤΙΑΝΟΣ ΚΑΙ ΣΕΒΑ ΓΕΡ laureate head of Domitian, right ΝΙΚΗ ΣΕΒΑ ΔΟΜΙΤΙΑΝΟΥ Nike standing right, holding wreath and trophy on left shoulder 1 CGT coll. (ex Triton XVII, 2014, part of lot 611 of the A.K. coll.) 5.18 20 6 1 no no no [show] [edit]
II 711 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Uncertain of Bithynia Group E: uncertain Æ (19 mm) Domitian ΔΟΜΙΤΙΑΝΟΣ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ ΣΕΒ ΓΕΡΜ laureate head of Domitian, right ΔΟΜΙΤΙΑΝΟΥ ΣΕΒΑ, ΑΡΕΤΗ Arete standing, left, holding spear or sceptre I-B commented, 'Der nicht gennantePrägeort könnte eine der bithynischen Städte sein'; the obvious candidate isPrusias ad Hypium, which seems to have been the source of most of the'anonymous' Bithynian coinage. In addition, the rev. design seems similar inconcept to RPC II, 685-6. But at the moment there is insufficient evidence for thisattribution. The type is a modified translation of the design of virtuti augustiused at Rome from AD 84 (see Bosch pp. 186-7). 2 CNG EA 323, 26 Mar. 2014, lot 225 2.6 19 6 1 no no yes [show] [edit]
II 711A Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Uncertain of Bithynia Group E: uncertain Æ (20 mm) Domitian ΑΥΤ ΔΟΜΙΤΙΑΝΟΣ ΚΑΙ ΣΕΒΑ ΓΕΡ laureate head of Domitian, right ΝΙΚΗ ΣΕΒΑ ΔΟΜΙΤΙΑΝΟΥ Nike standing right, holding wreath and trophy on left shoulder 2 A. Tricarico coll. (ex Gorny and Mosch 276, P. Weiss coll., 2021, lot 330) 4.5 20.2 5 1 no no yes [show] [edit]