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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
I 4 Lusitania Hispania Uncertain mint of North West Spain (?) Bronze (29 mm) Augustus IMP AVG DIVI F bare head of Augustus l.; in front, palm; behind winged caduceus round shield enclosed by two concentric circles which are connected by a series of short straight lines Vives p. cxviii–3, FITA pl. IV–18, AMC 1079, GMI 1005–6 As 3 but more barbarous style. Change to “cruder” rather than “more barbarous” in the note?NOT SURE which coin is depicted in the plate. 14 N 259 14.6 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 11 Lusitania Hispania Emerita Bronze (26 mm) Augustus PERMIS(S)V CAESARIS AVGVST(I) facing head of Silenus; in front, amphora pouring AVGVS(S)TA EMERITA priest ploughing, l. Vives 141–6, Gil 50–5, NAH 1027, GMI 988–9 The legends are PERMISSV CAESARIS AVGVSTI / AVGVSTA EMERITA, except as indicated. Axis: var 18 N 252 10.34 26 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 12 Lusitania Hispania Emerita after 2 BC Bronze (32 mm) Augustus PERM IMP CAESARIS AVG P P laureate head of Augustus, r. AVGVSTA EMERITA camp gateway Vives 141–3, NAH 1028, GMI 986 Axis: var. 1 N 250 17.85 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 13 Lusitania Hispania Emerita after 2 BC Bronze (26 mm) Augustus PERM IMP CAESARIS AVG P P laureate head of Augustus, r. AVGVSTA EMERITA priest ploughing, r. Vives 141–4, Gil 46, NAH 1029, GMI 987 Countermark: eagle's head, see Guadán, p. 63 (not verified) Axis: var. 10 N 251 11.09 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 21 Lusitania Hispania Emerita Bronze (34 mm) Augustus DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER radiate head of Augustus, r.; star above, thunderbolt in front AVGVSTA EMERITA camp gateway Vives 145–1, Gil 78–80 Axis: var.f 6 N 253 21.31 34 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 22 Lusitania Hispania Emerita Bronze (28 mm) Augustus DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER radiate head of Augustus, r.; star above, thunderbolt in front COL AVGVSTA EMERITA camp gateway Vives 145–2, Gil 99–100, GMI 999 Axis: var. 10 N 254 12.75 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 34 Lusitania Hispania Emerita Æ (27 mm) Augustus DIVVS AVG(VSTVS) PATER C A E radiate head of Augustus, l. PERMI AVG PROVID(E)NT altar Vives 143–7, 9, Gil 118–20, GMI 1002–3 Axis: var. 7 N 255 12.31 27 1 AVG no no no [show] [edit]
I 42 Lusitania Hispania Emerita Bronze (27 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR AVG(VSTVS) PON MAX IMP laureate head of Tiberius, l. COL AVGVST(A) EMERITA camp gateway Vives 145–9, 146–2, 4, Gil 143–7, GMI 1009–10 The obv. legend goes in different directions, to l. (AVG) or to l. and r. (AVGVSTVS) Axis: var. 54 N 256 11.83 1 AVGVSTVS no no no [show] [edit]
I 48 Lusitania Hispania Emerita Bronze (28 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR AVG PON MAX IMP laureate head of Tiberius, r. AETERNITATI AVGVSTAE (C A E) temple with four columns Vives 146–9, Gil 156–60, GMI 1011 Axis: var. 20 N 258 10.91 28 1 AVGVSTAE C A E no no no [show] [edit]
I 55 Baetica Hispania Irippo Reign of Augustus (?) Copper + lead (23 mm) Augustus IRIPPO beardless male head (of Augustus?), r.; type and legend in wreath female figure seated l., holding cornucopia and pine cone; all in wreath Vives 110–1 to 4, NAH 859, GMI 922–4 axis: var. 61 N 22 8.18 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 60 Baetica Hispania Italica Æ (28 mm) Augustus PERM AVG MVNIC ITALIC head of Augustus, r. GEN POP ROM Genius of the Roman people standing, l., globe at feet Vives 168–2, FITA 173, pl. V–26, Chaves 1–45, NAH 1006, GMI 1044 axis: var. 2 N 232 13.57 28 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 65 Baetica Hispania Italica Bronze (29 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR AVGVSTVS PONT MAX IMP bare head of Tiberius, r. MVNIC ITALIC PERM DIVI AVG; PROVIDENTIAE AVGVSTI altar inscribed Vives 168–9, Chaves 115–263, GMI 1040–51 For metal analysis, see Chaves, p. 80 axis: var 26 N 233 11.4 29 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 65 Baetica Hispania Italica Bronze (29 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR AVGVSTVS PONT MAX IMP bare head of Tiberius, r. MVNIC ITALIC PERM DIVI AVG; PROVIDENTIAE AVGVSTI altar inscribed Vives 168–9, Chaves 115–263, GMI 1040–51 For metal analysis, see Chaves, p. 80 axis: var 27 N 234 13.78 29 1 PONTIFEX MAX, altered in modern times no no no [show] [edit]
I 73 Baetica Hispania Romula Copper (34 mm) Augustus PERM DIVI AVG COL ROM radiate head of Augustus, r., star above, thunderbolt in front IVLIA AVGVSTA GENETRIX ORBIS head of Livia upon globe, l., crescent above Vives 167–2, Chaves 12–210, GMI 1038–9, NAH 1060 For metal analysis, see Chaves, Numisma 150–5, 1978, 337–43 axis: var. 9 N 243 26.35 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 74 Baetica Hispania Romula Copper (29 mm) Tiberius PERM DIVI AVG COL ROM laureate head of Tiberius, l. GERMANICVS CAESAR DRVSVS CAESAR facing heads of Germanicus and Drusus Vives 167–3, Chaves 211–420, GMI 1040–1, NAH 1066 For metal analysis, see Chaves, Numisma 150–5, 1978, 337–43 axis: var. 11 N 244 14.22 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 74 Baetica Hispania Romula Copper (29 mm) Tiberius PERM DIVI AVG COL ROM laureate head of Tiberius, l. GERMANICVS CAESAR DRVSVS CAESAR facing heads of Germanicus and Drusus Vives 167–3, Chaves 211–420, GMI 1040–1, NAH 1066 For metal analysis, see Chaves, Numisma 150–5, 1978, 337–43 axis: var. 12 N 245 13.7 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 74 Baetica Hispania Romula Copper (29 mm) Tiberius PERM DIVI AVG COL ROM laureate head of Tiberius, l. GERMANICVS CAESAR DRVSVS CAESAR facing heads of Germanicus and Drusus Vives 167–3, Chaves 211–420, GMI 1040–1, NAH 1066 For metal analysis, see Chaves, Numisma 150–5, 1978, 337–43 axis: var. 13 N 246 12.74 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 107 Baetica Hispania Iulia Traducta Bronze (33 mm) Augustus PERM CAES AVG bare head of Augustus, l. C L CAES IVL TRAD heads of Gaius and Lucius, back to back Vives 164–12, Chaves 92–143, NAH 1013, GMI 1057 On coin L 1782 (=Chaves 103): Cu 82.00; Pb 13.27; Sn 3.48; Ag 0.070; Fe 0.010; Sb 1.75; Ni 0.840; As 0.153; Bi 0.050; Zn 0.006. For more metal analyses, see Chaves, Numisma 150–5,1978, 337–43. Countermark: DD (=cmk 46), see Chaves 130,143. axis: var. 56 N 235 18.47 33 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 108 Baetica Hispania Iulia Traducta Bronze (25 mm) Augustus PERM CAES AVG bare head of Augustus, l. IVLIA TRAD inscription in oak wreath Vives 164–13, Chaves 144–523, GMI 1056, NAH 1014 Metal analysis on coin L 1786(= Chaves 184): Cu 87.00; Pb 3.74; Sn 9.50; Ag 0.050; Fe 0.010; Sb 0.070; Ni 0.090; As 0.260; Bi 0.010. On coin L 1787(=Chaves 182): Cu 87.00; Pb 10.40; Sn 2.00; Ag 0.010; Fe 0.010; Sb 0.710; Ni 0.010; Co 0.003; As 0.330; Bi 0.080; Zn 0.010. For more metal analyses, see Chaves, Numisma 150-5, 1978, 337–43. Countermarks: D(=cmk 25) on the obv., on 24. Monogram(=cmk 70) on the rev., on Chaves 202(=B Dressel). Also CR(=cmk 44), see Chaves 158; Monogram(=cmk 81), see Chaves 202,238,319,365; DD (=cmk 46), see Chaves 220, 316, 434; Monogram(=cmk 87), see Chaves 235; Star, see Chaves 272; FF, see Chaves 430 (not verified); PR(=cmk 60), see Chaves 464. DS(=cmk 48) on the obv., on 414. Monogram (=cmk 89) on the rev., on Chaves 279. axis: var. 407 N 236 9.22 25 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 108 Baetica Hispania Iulia Traducta Bronze (25 mm) Augustus PERM CAES AVG bare head of Augustus, l. IVLIA TRAD inscription in oak wreath Vives 164–13, Chaves 144–523, GMI 1056, NAH 1014 Metal analysis on coin L 1786(= Chaves 184): Cu 87.00; Pb 3.74; Sn 9.50; Ag 0.050; Fe 0.010; Sb 0.070; Ni 0.090; As 0.260; Bi 0.010. On coin L 1787(=Chaves 182): Cu 87.00; Pb 10.40; Sn 2.00; Ag 0.010; Fe 0.010; Sb 0.710; Ni 0.010; Co 0.003; As 0.330; Bi 0.080; Zn 0.010. For more metal analyses, see Chaves, Numisma 150-5, 1978, 337–43. Countermarks: D(=cmk 25) on the obv., on 24. Monogram(=cmk 70) on the rev., on Chaves 202(=B Dressel). Also CR(=cmk 44), see Chaves 158; Monogram(=cmk 81), see Chaves 202,238,319,365; DD (=cmk 46), see Chaves 220, 316, 434; Monogram(=cmk 87), see Chaves 235; Star, see Chaves 272; FF, see Chaves 430 (not verified); PR(=cmk 60), see Chaves 464. DS(=cmk 48) on the obv., on 414. Monogram (=cmk 89) on the rev., on Chaves 279. axis: var. 408 N 237 11.1 25 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 108 Baetica Hispania Iulia Traducta Bronze (25 mm) Augustus PERM CAES AVG bare head of Augustus, l. IVLIA TRAD inscription in oak wreath Vives 164–13, Chaves 144–523, GMI 1056, NAH 1014 Metal analysis on coin L 1786(= Chaves 184): Cu 87.00; Pb 3.74; Sn 9.50; Ag 0.050; Fe 0.010; Sb 0.070; Ni 0.090; As 0.260; Bi 0.010. On coin L 1787(=Chaves 182): Cu 87.00; Pb 10.40; Sn 2.00; Ag 0.010; Fe 0.010; Sb 0.710; Ni 0.010; Co 0.003; As 0.330; Bi 0.080; Zn 0.010. For more metal analyses, see Chaves, Numisma 150-5, 1978, 337–43. Countermarks: D(=cmk 25) on the obv., on 24. Monogram(=cmk 70) on the rev., on Chaves 202(=B Dressel). Also CR(=cmk 44), see Chaves 158; Monogram(=cmk 81), see Chaves 202,238,319,365; DD (=cmk 46), see Chaves 220, 316, 434; Monogram(=cmk 87), see Chaves 235; Star, see Chaves 272; FF, see Chaves 430 (not verified); PR(=cmk 60), see Chaves 464. DS(=cmk 48) on the obv., on 414. Monogram (=cmk 89) on the rev., on Chaves 279. axis: var. 409 N 238 9 25 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 119 Baetica Hispania Carteia 20 BC? Bronze (18 mm) CARTEIA dolphin, l., with trident IIII VIR DD rudder Vives 129–5, Chaves 1175–282, GMI 964, NAH 948 For metal analysis, see Chaves, p.86. axis: around 6 115 N 230 4.18 18 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 123 Baetica Hispania Carteia Germanicus and Drusus IIIIviri Bronze (19 mm) Drusus, son of Tiberius ; Germanicus GERMANICO ET DRVSO head of Fortuna, r. CAESARIBVS IIII VIR CART rudder Vives 128–14, Chaves 1629–788, NAH 1119, GMI 966 For metal analysis, see Chaves, p. 86. axis: var. 167 N 231 4.15 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 125 Baetica Hispania Abdera Æ (26 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS laureate head of Tiberius, r. ABDERA temple with four columns, of which two columns are in the form of fishes; pediment containing Punic legend 'BDRT Vives 124–2, NAH 1118, GMI 124 Modern forgeries: 1. Ba 23543; 2. M 2969. axis: var. 15 N 228 10.65 26 1 tooled obverse legend no no no [show] [edit]
I 128 Baetica Hispania Patricia Bronze (34 mm) Augustus PERMISSV CAESARIS AVGVSTI bare head of Augustus, l. COLONIA PATRICIA aquila between two signa Vives 165–2, Chaves 10–138, GMI 953, NAH 1002 For metal analysis, see Chaves Numisma 150–5, 1978, 337–43. axis: var. 10 N 239 16.13 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 129 Baetica Hispania Patricia Leaded bronze (25 mm) Augustus PERM CAES AVG bare head of Augustus, l. COLONIA PATRICIA inscription within oak wreath Vives 165–3, Chaves 139–478, 658, GMI 954, NAH 1003 Metal analysis on coin L 1537 (= Chaves 166): Cu 85.50; Pb I0.25; Sn 2.26; Ag 0.110; Fe 0.020; Sb 0.700; Ni 0.020; As 0.520; Bi 0.021. On coin L 1538 (= Chaves 167): Cu 82.50; Pb 9.20; Sn 2.30; Ag 0.160; Fe 0.010; Sb 0.750; Ni 0.430; As 1.56; Bi 0.010. For more metal analyses, see Chaves, Numisma 150-5, 1978, 337-43.Countermarks: Monogram (cmk 79), see Chaves 168, 171 (twice), 187, 199-201, 256, 276, 303, 305–7, 359, 363, 367, 372, 375, 378, 386, 402, 419-21, 437, 469, 472-3, it is difficult in some cases to distinguish between cmk 79 and 44. NCAPR (cmk 57), see Chaves 412, 417. axis: var. 40 N 240 9.18 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 129 Baetica Hispania Patricia Leaded bronze (25 mm) Augustus PERM CAES AVG bare head of Augustus, l. COLONIA PATRICIA inscription within oak wreath Vives 165–3, Chaves 139–478, 658, GMI 954, NAH 1003 Metal analysis on coin L 1537 (= Chaves 166): Cu 85.50; Pb I0.25; Sn 2.26; Ag 0.110; Fe 0.020; Sb 0.700; Ni 0.020; As 0.520; Bi 0.021. On coin L 1538 (= Chaves 167): Cu 82.50; Pb 9.20; Sn 2.30; Ag 0.160; Fe 0.010; Sb 0.750; Ni 0.430; As 1.56; Bi 0.010. For more metal analyses, see Chaves, Numisma 150-5, 1978, 337-43.Countermarks: Monogram (cmk 79), see Chaves 168, 171 (twice), 187, 199-201, 256, 276, 303, 305–7, 359, 363, 367, 372, 375, 378, 386, 402, 419-21, 437, 469, 472-3, it is difficult in some cases to distinguish between cmk 79 and 44. NCAPR (cmk 57), see Chaves 412, 417. axis: var. 41 N 241 9.69 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 130 Baetica Hispania Patricia Bronze (21 mm) Augustus PERM CAES AVG bare head of Augustus, l. COLONIA PATRICIA apex and simpulum Vives 165–4 to 6, Chaves 479–539, 541–657, 659–723, GMI 955, NAH 1004 For metal analyses, see Chaves, Numisma 150–5, 1978, 337–43. axis: var. 14 N 242 4.11 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 135 Tarraconensis Hispania Acci Bronze (29 mm) Augustus AVGVSTVS DIVI F laureate head of Augustus, r. C I G ACCI L I II two aquilae between two signa Vives 166–5, Chaves 13–39, NAH 1000, GMI 1025 For metal analysis, see Chaves, p. 147. axis: var. 4 N 118 14.84 29 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 136 Tarraconensis Hispania Acci Bronze (24 mm) Augustus AVGVSTVS DIVI F laureate head of Augustus, r. C I G ACCI apex and simpulum Vives 166–6, Chaves 40–54, GMI 1026 For metal analysis, see Chaves, p. 147. axis: var. 3 N 119 4.43 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 141 Tarraconensis Hispania Acci Bronze (32 mm) Caligula C CAESAR AVG GERMANICVS P P bare head of Caligula, r. COL IVL GEM ACCI inscription within wreath Vives 166–11, Chaves 143–55, GMI 1031 For metal analysis, see Chaves, p. 147. The coin that ACIP 3009 has used to illustrate the va- riant without P P is in fact a specimen minted from a die with P P (cf.: 141/28) axis: var. 2 N 120 15.05 1 5567 5568 no no no [show] [edit]
I 162 Tarraconensis Hispania Carthago Nova L Bennius ; Q Varius Hiberus Æ (21 mm) Augustus L BEN PRAE IMP CAES QVIN bare head of Augustus?, r. HIBERO PRAEF trophy Vives 131–2, Beltrán 18 axis: var. 5 N 163 4.76 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 167 Tarraconensis Hispania Carthago Nova C Var Ruf ; Sex. Iul Pol Bronze (29 mm) Augustus AVGVSTVS DIVI F laureate head of Augustus, r. C VAR RVF SEX IVL POL II VIR Q simpulum, aspergillum, securis, and apex Vives 131–10, 11, Beltrán 21–2, GMI 171, NAH 992 For metal analysis, see Saguntum 21, 1987–8, 424. axis: var. 21 N 164 12.41 29 1 apex to r. no no no [show] [edit]
I 167 Tarraconensis Hispania Carthago Nova C Var Ruf ; Sex. Iul Pol Bronze (29 mm) Augustus AVGVSTVS DIVI F laureate head of Augustus, r. C VAR RVF SEX IVL POL II VIR Q simpulum, aspergillum, securis, and apex Vives 131–10, 11, Beltrán 21–2, GMI 171, NAH 992 For metal analysis, see Saguntum 21, 1987–8, 424. axis: var. 22 N 165 11.75 29 1 apex to r. no no no [show] [edit]
I 168 Tarraconensis Hispania Carthago Nova C Var Ruf ; Sex. Iul Pol Bronze (22 mm) Augustus AVGVSTVS DIVI F laureate head of Augustus, r. C VAR RVF SEX IVL POL II VIR Q simpulum, aspergillum, securis, and apex Vives 131–12, Beltrán 23, GMI 172 Forgery: M 9228. For metal analysis, see Saguntum 21, 1987–8, 424. axis: var. 29 N 166 6.61 22 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 170 Tarraconensis Hispania Carthago Nova L Porc Capit ; M. Postumus Albinus Bronze (27 mm) Augustus AVGVSTVS DIVI F laureate head of Augustus, r. M POSTVM ALBIN L PORC CAPIT II VIR Q priest standing, holding simpulum, and branch Vives 131–8, Beltrán 26, GMI 169–70, NAH 994 For metal analysis, see Saguntum 21, 1987–8, 424. axis: var. 9 N 167 14.37 27 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 170 Tarraconensis Hispania Carthago Nova L Porc Capit ; M. Postumus Albinus Bronze (27 mm) Augustus AVGVSTVS DIVI F laureate head of Augustus, r. M POSTVM ALBIN L PORC CAPIT II VIR Q priest standing, holding simpulum, and branch Vives 131–8, Beltrán 26, GMI 169–70, NAH 994 For metal analysis, see Saguntum 21, 1987–8, 424. axis: var. 10 N 168 12.72 27 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 170 Tarraconensis Hispania Carthago Nova L Porc Capit ; M. Postumus Albinus Bronze (27 mm) Augustus AVGVSTVS DIVI F laureate head of Augustus, r. M POSTVM ALBIN L PORC CAPIT II VIR Q priest standing, holding simpulum, and branch Vives 131–8, Beltrán 26, GMI 169–70, NAH 994 For metal analysis, see Saguntum 21, 1987–8, 424. axis: var. 11 N 169 11.85 27 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 171 Tarraconensis Hispania Carthago Nova L Porc Capit ; M. Postumus Albinus Æ (22 mm) Augustus AVGVSTVS DIVI F laureate head of Augustus, r. M POSTVM ALBIN L PORC CAPIT II VIR Q priest standing, holding simpulum, and branch Vives 131–9, Beltrán 27 axis: var. 4 N 170 6.87 22 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 175 Tarraconensis Hispania Carthago Nova M. Postumus Albinus ; P Turullio Æ (20 mm) P TVRVLL(IO) V(R) I N K II VIR QVINQV quadriga, l.; in front, vexillum V I N K M POSTV(M) ALBINV(S) II VIR QVINQ(V) ITER temple with four columns inscribed AVGVSTO Vives 131–14, Beltrán 32 axis: var. 6 N 171 6.42 20 1 TVRVLL VR I N K/POSTV no no no [show] [edit]
I 185 Tarraconensis Hispania Carthago Nova Cn Atel Flac ; Cn Pom Flac Copper (29 mm) Caligula C CAESAR AVG GERMANIC IMP P M TR P COS laureate head of Caligula, r. CN ATEL FLAC CN POM FLAC II VIR QVINC head of Salus, r.; SAL-AVG, to l. and r. Vives 132–7, Beltrán 42, GMI 179, NAH 1127 Forgery: P D'Ailly 17470. For metal analysis, see Saguntum 21, 1987–8, 424. axis: var. 14 N 172 11.69 29 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 190 Tarraconensis Hispania Ilici after 19 BC (?) L. Manlius ; T. Petronius Æ (21 mm) Augustus AVGVSTVS DIVI F laureate head of Augustus, r. C C IL A L MANLIO T PETRO(NIO) II VIR aquila and vexillum between two signa Vives 133–2, Llorens 16–36, GMI 1016 axis: var. 59 N 198 6.42 21 1 PETRO(NIO) no no no [show] [edit]
I 192 Tarraconensis Hispania Ilici after 12 BC (?) Q Papirius Car ; Q Terentius Montanus Bronze (21 mm) Augustus AVGVSTVS DIVI F laureate head of Augustus, r. C I IL A Q PAPIR CAR Q TER(E) MONT II VIR Q temple with four columns, inscribed IVNONI on architrave Vives 133–4, Llorens 37–41 and 43–67, NAH 998, GMI 1017 For metal analysis, see Llorens, p. 62. axis: var.; numbering error after specimen 57 in print volume. 114 N 200 5.47 21 1 TER(E) no no no [show] [edit]
I 196 Tarraconensis Hispania Ilici L Sestius Celer ; M Iulius Settal Copper (28 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS P M bare head of Tiberius, l. C I I A M IVLIVS SETTAL L SESTI CEL(ER) II VIR altar inscribed SAL AVG Vives 133–10, Llorens 83–134, NAH 1111, GMI 1019 For metal analysis, see Llorens, p. 62. Countermarks: SE (= cmk 66) on the obv. and S (inverted) (= cmk 36) on the rev., on Llorens 95b and 96c. Herrero 13/2/2003, lot 63, 10.50, with variant SETAL, has been tooled, since it was struck with the rev. die Llorens R29 which has SETTAL axis: var. 149 N 203 10.39 28 1 CELER no no no [show] [edit]
I 196 Tarraconensis Hispania Ilici L Sestius Celer ; M Iulius Settal Copper (28 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS P M bare head of Tiberius, l. C I I A M IVLIVS SETTAL L SESTI CEL(ER) II VIR altar inscribed SAL AVG Vives 133–10, Llorens 83–134, NAH 1111, GMI 1019 For metal analysis, see Llorens, p. 62. Countermarks: SE (= cmk 66) on the obv. and S (inverted) (= cmk 36) on the rev., on Llorens 95b and 96c. Herrero 13/2/2003, lot 63, 10.50, with variant SETAL, has been tooled, since it was struck with the rev. die Llorens R29 which has SETTAL axis: var. 160 N 202 11.54 28 1 CEL (ER) no no no [show] [edit]
I 202 Tarraconensis Hispania Saguntum L Sempronius Geminus ; L Valerius Sura Bronze (27 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR DIVI AVG (F) AVG(VS) bare head of Tiberius, r. L SEMP GEMIN(O) L VAL SVRA II VIR galley r., SAG above Vives 124–3, Hill, 24–1, Villaronga 113, GMI 211, 213–14, NAH 1106, Llorens-Ripollès I–2, pp. 178–90 Countermarks: DD(= cmk 47) on the rev.,on 1-3,5-15,17-21,22(on [M]S),23,25(on [M]S),26-g- ,31-4,36,38-g,41-2,44-49,51-53,55-8, 6o,61(on CR),62-4,65(on [M]S),66(on M[S]),67,6g,71-3,74(on MS),75-6,78-81,83,85-8,go,94,97-104,106--7. M-S(=cmk 56) on the rev.,on 10,22([M]S),25([M]S),65([M]S),66(M[S]),74,82. CR(=cmk 45) on the rev.,on 34,44,56,61(below DD),71,81,107. Uncertain on the rev.,on 37,40,54,77· axis: var; countermarks still to be entered. 105 N 208 10.97 27 1 AVG F AVG(VS) no no no [show] [edit]
I 205 Tarraconensis Hispania Ilercavonia-Dertosa Reign of Augustus? Bronze (25 mm) MVN HIBERA IVLIA galley, l. or r. ILERCAVONIA river boat, r. Vives 125–1, 2, Hill 11–1, NAH 939, GMI 818–9 Forgery (?): 1. B Rauch. axis: var. 20 N 194 8.66 25 1 RPC I index 7 (branch) galley l. no no no [show] [edit]
I 207 Tarraconensis Hispania Ilercavonia-Dertosa Bronze (24 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS laureate head of Tiberius, r. DERT M H I ILERCAVONI(A) galley, l. Vives 125–4, NAH 1075, GMI 820 axis: var. 46 N 195 7.65 1 RPC I index 7 (branch) ILERCAVONIA no no no [show] [edit]
I 215 Tarraconensis Hispania Tarraco Augustus and Tiberius AD 4/14 Æ (24 mm) Augustus IMP CAES AVG TR POT PON MAX P P laureate head of Augustus, r. TI CAESAR C V T bare head of Tiberius, r. Vives 169–12, GMI 409, Villaronga 5, NAH 953 axis: var. 18 N 213 7.05 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 218 Tarraconensis Hispania Tarraco Divus Augustus, after AD 15 Brass (34 mm) Augustus DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER radiate head of Augustus, l. C V T T altar with palm Vives 170–1, GMI 410, Villaronga 10, NAH 1048 Forgeries: 1. B Löbb, 24,16; 2–3. Ba 4617, 9799. Metal analysis on coin L 239: Cu 75.00; Pb 0.400; Sn 0.220; Ag 0.040; Fe 0.190; Sb 0.130; Ni 0.010; Bi 0.003; Zn 22.07. axis: var. 2 N 214 16.95 34 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 222 Tarraconensis Hispania Tarraco Divus Augustus, after AD 15 Brass (34 mm) Augustus DEO AVGVSTO Divus Augustus seated, l., on throne, holding Victory on globe with r. hand and long sceptre with l. C V T T AETERNITATIS AVGVSTAE temple with eight columns Vives 170–6, Hill 5–6, Villaronga 14, NAH 1050 Forgery: M 12759. axis: var. 3 N 215 24.14 34 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 225 Tarraconensis Hispania Tarraco Tiberius after AD 15 Brass (33 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS bare or laureate head of Tiberius, l. C V T T altar with palm Vives 171–2, Hill 5–8, Villaronga 17, NAH 1074 Metal analysis on coin L 245: Cu 79.00; Pb 0.070; Sn 0.210; Ag 0.040; Fe 0.180; Sb 0.005; Ni 0.001; Bi 0.003; Zn 20.95. axis: var. 5 N 216 16.99 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 228 Tarraconensis Hispania Tarraco Tiberius and Divus Augustus after AD 15 Bronze (25 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS laureate head of Tiberius, r. DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER C (V) T T(AR) radiate head of Augustus, r. Vives 171–5, GMI 413, Villaronga 20a–b, NAH 1052 Metal analysis on coin L 226: Cu 83.50; Pb 4.38; Sn 8.06; Ag 0.060; Fe 0.020; Sb 0.180; Ni 0.040; As 0.170; Bi 0.008. On coin L 228: Cu 79.37; Pb 10.91; Sn 9.43; Ag 0.090; Fe 0.210; Ni 0.760; As 0.210; Bi 0.004. axis: var. 6 N 217 7.92 1 C T T no no no [show] [edit]
I 228 Tarraconensis Hispania Tarraco Tiberius and Divus Augustus after AD 15 Bronze (25 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS laureate head of Tiberius, r. DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER C (V) T T(AR) radiate head of Augustus, r. Vives 171–5, GMI 413, Villaronga 20a–b, NAH 1052 Metal analysis on coin L 226: Cu 83.50; Pb 4.38; Sn 8.06; Ag 0.060; Fe 0.020; Sb 0.180; Ni 0.040; As 0.170; Bi 0.008. On coin L 228: Cu 79.37; Pb 10.91; Sn 9.43; Ag 0.090; Fe 0.210; Ni 0.760; As 0.210; Bi 0.004. axis: var. 36 N 218 7.56 1 C V T TAR no no no [show] [edit]
I 231 Tarraconensis Hispania Tarraco Tiberius and Divus Augustus after AD 15 Æ (18 mm) bull, r., with 'pediment' above head C V T T altar with palm Vives 169–5, Hill 5–11, GMI 411, Villaronga 22 Forgery: 1. M Sastre 6970. axis: var. 11 N 219 4.95 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 252 Tarraconensis Hispania Emporiae Bronze (28 mm) C CA T C O CA(R) Q head of Athena, r. EMPOR(IT) pegasus, r.; above, wreath Vives 122–3, Hill 3–5, Villaronga 99–100, GMI 41 Metal analysis on coin L 116: Cu 85.00; Pb 6.56; Sn 8.45; Ag 0.100; Fe 0.040; Sb 0.150; Ni 0.030; As 0.040; Bi 0.010. On L 117: Cu 60.30; Pb 25.81; Sn 13.28; Ag 0.080; Fe 0.530; Sb 0.170; Ni 0.001; Au 0.010; As 0.001; Bi 0.002; Zn 0.010. axis: var. 57 N 185 9.37 28 1 C CA T C O CA(R) Q; EMPORI no no no [show] [edit]
I 257 Tarraconensis Hispania Emporiae Æ (28 mm) head of Athena, r. EMPOR(IT) pegasus, r.; above, wreath Vives 123–6, 7, Hill 3–2, Villaronga 107, 109–12, GMI 44–5 Countermarks: Dolphin (=cmk 3) and DD ( = cmk 47) on the obv.,on 1–2,6,8,11,13,17,20,22-32,34-5,39-40,43,47,51,55,59-60,63,66, 72-3,392-4 and Villaronga 110-11. DD (=cmk 47) on the obv., on 15, 19,56,58,61,69,390 and Villaronga 112-B. DD (=cmk 47) on the rev., on 21,45,48,62,390 and Villaronga 112-C. DD (=cmk 46) on the obv., on 69. D (= cmk 25) on the rev., on 61. D (= cmk 24) on the obv., on 68. Sword (= cmk g) on the obv.,on 61. PMP (= cmk 59) on the obv.,on 31. Uncertain (dD?) (=cmk 95) on the obv.,on 38,68. RVMEL ( = cmk 65) on the obv.,on 388 (Guadan 87,reads NVMEL). Also,dolphin ( = cmk 3) on rev.,see Villaronga 112-F; herring-bone(?) (=cmk 12) on the obv.,see Villaronga II6-A; IMI-BT (=cmk 51) on the obv.,see Villaronga 119; N(inverted) (= cmk 27) on the obv. or rev.,see Villaronga 117. Uncertain on the obv.,on 37,391. Sword (= cmk 9) on the obv., on 61. PMP (= cmk 59) on the obv., on 31. Uncertain (dD?) (=cmk 95) on the obv., on 38, 68. RVMEL ( = cmk 65) on the obv., on 388 (Guadán 87, reads NVMEL). Also, dolphin ( = cmk 3) on rev., see Villaronga 112-F; herring-bone(?) (=cmk 12) on the obv., see Villaronga 116-A; IMI-BT (=cmk 51) on the obv., see Villaronga 119; N(inverted) (= cmk 27) on the obv. or rev., see Villaronga 117. Uncertain on the obv., on 37, 391. axis: var. 50 N 186 8.47 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 257 Tarraconensis Hispania Emporiae Æ (28 mm) head of Athena, r. EMPOR(IT) pegasus, r.; above, wreath Vives 123–6, 7, Hill 3–2, Villaronga 107, 109–12, GMI 44–5 Countermarks: Dolphin (=cmk 3) and DD ( = cmk 47) on the obv.,on 1–2,6,8,11,13,17,20,22-32,34-5,39-40,43,47,51,55,59-60,63,66, 72-3,392-4 and Villaronga 110-11. DD (=cmk 47) on the obv., on 15, 19,56,58,61,69,390 and Villaronga 112-B. DD (=cmk 47) on the rev., on 21,45,48,62,390 and Villaronga 112-C. DD (=cmk 46) on the obv., on 69. D (= cmk 25) on the rev., on 61. D (= cmk 24) on the obv., on 68. Sword (= cmk g) on the obv.,on 61. PMP (= cmk 59) on the obv.,on 31. Uncertain (dD?) (=cmk 95) on the obv.,on 38,68. RVMEL ( = cmk 65) on the obv.,on 388 (Guadan 87,reads NVMEL). Also,dolphin ( = cmk 3) on rev.,see Villaronga 112-F; herring-bone(?) (=cmk 12) on the obv.,see Villaronga II6-A; IMI-BT (=cmk 51) on the obv.,see Villaronga 119; N(inverted) (= cmk 27) on the obv. or rev.,see Villaronga 117. Uncertain on the obv.,on 37,391. Sword (= cmk 9) on the obv., on 61. PMP (= cmk 59) on the obv., on 31. Uncertain (dD?) (=cmk 95) on the obv., on 38, 68. RVMEL ( = cmk 65) on the obv., on 388 (Guadán 87, reads NVMEL). Also, dolphin ( = cmk 3) on rev., see Villaronga 112-F; herring-bone(?) (=cmk 12) on the obv., see Villaronga 116-A; IMI-BT (=cmk 51) on the obv., see Villaronga 119; N(inverted) (= cmk 27) on the obv. or rev., see Villaronga 117. Uncertain on the obv., on 37, 391. axis: var. 51 N 187 5.85 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 259 Tarraconensis Hispania Ilerda Æ (24 mm) IMP CAESAR DIVI F bare head, r. MVN ILERDA she-wolf, r. Vives 134–1, NAH 956 axis: var. 17 N 196 6.12 24 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 260 Tarraconensis Hispania Ilerda Leaded bronze (24 mm) Augustus IMP AVGVS(TVS) DIVI F bare head of Augustus, r. (MVNICIP) ILERDA she-wolf, r. Vives 134–2 to 6, Hill 10–4, NAH 957, GMI 315–7 The legend is IMP AVGVST DIVI F except as indicated; sometimes the T of AVGVST is so little that it almost disappears. Coins 65 and 66, as well as Vives 134–5 seem to us to probably share the same obv. die. The legend goes in different directions from r. upwards and from l. downwards. axis: var. 25 N 197 8.27 24 1 RPC I index 37 (T) ILERDA no no no [show] [edit]
I 271 Tarraconensis Hispania Lepida-Celsa L Bucco ; L Sura Æ (28 mm) Augustus AVGVSTVS DIVI F bare head of Augustus, r. C V I CEL L SVRA L BVCCO II VIR bull, r. Vives 160–12, Hill 13–3, GMI 439, NAH 56 axis: var. 49 N 177 12.26 28 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 273 Tarraconensis Hispania Lepida-Celsa L Baggius ; Mn Flavius Festus Æ (28 mm) Augustus AVGVSTVS DIVI F laureate head of Augustus, r. [C V I CEL L BAGGIO] MN FES[TO] II VIR bull, r. Vives 161–2, Hill 13–4, GMI 440–2, NAH 959 On some rev. dies the nomen of Baggius appears as BACCIO.Countermarks: R (=cmk 33) on the rev., on 2, 41, 45, 75-6, 96, 130. Eagle's head,r. (=cmk 4), on the obv., on 30, 41, 94. Eagle's head, I. (=cmk 5), on the obv., on 134. A (=cmk 14) on the rev., on 133. TI (=cmk 69) on the rev., on 132. CR (=cmk 45) on the rev., on 10.Monogram (=cmk 93) on the rev., on 49,55. LA(=cmk 54) on the rev., on 83. Uncertain circular on the rev., on 38. D(?) (=cmk 24?) on the rev., on 50. Monogram (=cmk 72) on the rev., on 131. L-VI (=cmk 55) onthe obv., on 130. Also Guadán 68 (=cmk 26) (not verified). Imitations: New speciments have been recorded that attest the existence of imitations. In addition to the published piece RPC S2-I-273/135, with the reverse legend V I C[EL] / (retrograde L) (retgrogradeB)AGGIO / [{MN} FESTO] / II VIR, from coll. Cores, we know a second one kept in the SIAM coll. (Valencia) 5/12040, 10.47 (= Hurtado 832), with the legends and the bull inverted; also a third one with the portrait and obverse legend inverted and the reverse legend with mistakes, from the Villaronga coll. These mistakes as well as the crude artistic quality suggest they are imitations. axis: var. 112 N 178 11.91 28 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 273 Tarraconensis Hispania Lepida-Celsa L Baggius ; Mn Flavius Festus Æ (28 mm) Augustus AVGVSTVS DIVI F laureate head of Augustus, r. [C V I CEL L BAGGIO] MN FES[TO] II VIR bull, r. Vives 161–2, Hill 13–4, GMI 440–2, NAH 959 On some rev. dies the nomen of Baggius appears as BACCIO.Countermarks: R (=cmk 33) on the rev., on 2, 41, 45, 75-6, 96, 130. Eagle's head,r. (=cmk 4), on the obv., on 30, 41, 94. Eagle's head, I. (=cmk 5), on the obv., on 134. A (=cmk 14) on the rev., on 133. TI (=cmk 69) on the rev., on 132. CR (=cmk 45) on the rev., on 10.Monogram (=cmk 93) on the rev., on 49,55. LA(=cmk 54) on the rev., on 83. Uncertain circular on the rev., on 38. D(?) (=cmk 24?) on the rev., on 50. Monogram (=cmk 72) on the rev., on 131. L-VI (=cmk 55) onthe obv., on 130. Also Guadán 68 (=cmk 26) (not verified). Imitations: New speciments have been recorded that attest the existence of imitations. In addition to the published piece RPC S2-I-273/135, with the reverse legend V I C[EL] / (retrograde L) (retgrogradeB)AGGIO / [{MN} FESTO] / II VIR, from coll. Cores, we know a second one kept in the SIAM coll. (Valencia) 5/12040, 10.47 (= Hurtado 832), with the legends and the bull inverted; also a third one with the portrait and obverse legend inverted and the reverse legend with mistakes, from the Villaronga coll. These mistakes as well as the crude artistic quality suggest they are imitations. axis: var. 113 N 179 11.77 28 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 273 Tarraconensis Hispania Lepida-Celsa L Baggius ; Mn Flavius Festus Æ (28 mm) Augustus AVGVSTVS DIVI F laureate head of Augustus, r. [C V I CEL L BAGGIO] MN FES[TO] II VIR bull, r. Vives 161–2, Hill 13–4, GMI 440–2, NAH 959 On some rev. dies the nomen of Baggius appears as BACCIO.Countermarks: R (=cmk 33) on the rev., on 2, 41, 45, 75-6, 96, 130. Eagle's head,r. (=cmk 4), on the obv., on 30, 41, 94. Eagle's head, I. (=cmk 5), on the obv., on 134. A (=cmk 14) on the rev., on 133. TI (=cmk 69) on the rev., on 132. CR (=cmk 45) on the rev., on 10.Monogram (=cmk 93) on the rev., on 49,55. LA(=cmk 54) on the rev., on 83. Uncertain circular on the rev., on 38. D(?) (=cmk 24?) on the rev., on 50. Monogram (=cmk 72) on the rev., on 131. L-VI (=cmk 55) onthe obv., on 130. Also Guadán 68 (=cmk 26) (not verified). Imitations: New speciments have been recorded that attest the existence of imitations. In addition to the published piece RPC S2-I-273/135, with the reverse legend V I C[EL] / (retrograde L) (retgrogradeB)AGGIO / [{MN} FESTO] / II VIR, from coll. Cores, we know a second one kept in the SIAM coll. (Valencia) 5/12040, 10.47 (= Hurtado 832), with the legends and the bull inverted; also a third one with the portrait and obverse legend inverted and the reverse legend with mistakes, from the Villaronga coll. These mistakes as well as the crude artistic quality suggest they are imitations. axis: var. 114 N 180 10.95 28 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 278 Tarraconensis Hispania Lepida-Celsa 5/3 BC C Pompeius ; Cn Domitius Æ (29 mm) Augustus IMP CAESAR DIVI F AVGVSTVS COS XII laureate head of Augustus, r. C V I CEL CN DOMIT(IO) C POMPEI(O) II VIR bull, r. Vives 161–8, Hill 13–7, GMI 444–7, NAH 961 Countermarks: L-VI (=cmk 55) on the obv., on 79. TI (=cmk 69) on the rev., on 77(T[I]), 104,106. CR (=cmk 45) on the rev., on 56, 77, 78, 92. R (=cmk 33) on the rev., on 23, 26, 29, 30, 66, 79, 81, 84, 89, 99. Monogram (=cmk 72) on the rev., on 52, 80, 95. DD (=cmk 47) on the obv., on 96. Monogram (=cmk 93) on the rev., on 96, 102. LA (=cmk 54) on the rev., on 6, 103. Spear head (=cmk 8) on the obv., on 52. S (?) (=cmk 35) on the rev., on 63. Monogram (=cmk 76) on the rev., on 105. Also Guadán 28 (=cmk 4), 29 (=cmk 13) and 63 (=cmk 61) (not verified). axis: var. 20 N 181 11.49 29 1 DOMITI-POMPEIO no no no [show] [edit]
I 279 Tarraconensis Hispania Lepida-Celsa Baggius Front ; Cn Bucco Æ (28 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR AVGVSTVS laureate head of Tiberius, r. C V I CEL BAGG FRONT (or FRO(N)) CN BVCCO II VIR II bull, r. Vives 161–9, Hill 13–8, GMI 450, NAH 1077 Normally the cognomen of Baggius appears as FRO{NT} and a few cases have been recorded as FRON (coins 30 and 52). The dies are often wider than the flan and it is not always possible to read the end of the legend. Forgery: 1. B Bohl, 10.38. axis: var. 48 N 182 10.9 28 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 285 Tarraconensis Hispania Osca Compostus ; Marullus Æ (29 mm) Augustus AVGVSTVS DIVI F PONT MAX PATER PATRIAI laureate head of Augustus, r. V V OSCA COMPOSTO ET MARVLLO II VIR horseman with spear, r. Vives 136–9, Hill 27–5, NAH 972 axis: var. 15 N 206 11.88 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 309 Tarraconensis Hispania Caesaraugusta C Valerius Fene(stella?) ; L Cassius Æ (28 mm) Augustus AVGVSTVS DIVI F laureate head of Augustus, l. CAESARAVG(V)STA L CASSIO C VALE(R) FEN II VIR priest ploughing, l. Vives 147–7, GMI 324, Beltrán 5b Forgeries: 1–2. B a.B. (12.34) and Bohl (?) (12.93). axis: var. 29 N 132 9.48 28 1 uncertain var. no no no [show] [edit]
I 314 Tarraconensis Hispania Caesaraugusta 8/1 BC Cn Fadius ; M Porcius Bronze (28 mm) Augustus IMP AVGVSTVS XIV laureate head of Augustus, l., simpulum and lituus to l. CAESARAVGVS(TA) M PORCI CN FAD II VIR priest ploughing, r. Vives 148–7, GMI 326, Beltrán 12, NAH 980 axis: var. 27 N 134 14.99 28 1 CAESARAVGVSTA no no no [show] [edit]
I 315 Tarraconensis Hispania Caesaraugusta 8/1 BC Cn Fadius ; M Porcius Bronze (21 mm) Augustus AVGVSTVS DIVI F laureate head of Augustus, r. CAESARAVGVSTA M PORCI CN FAD II VIR vexillum on basis Vives 148–8, Hill 14–6, Beltrán 13, GMI 327 The alleged variant without II on the reverse (ACIP3039c) corresponds to a coin struck with a die in which that part has filled up with metal or it has become blurred. On the illustrated coin it is possible to see a line at the top that defines the Roman numerals. axis: var. 51 N 135 6.29 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 315 Tarraconensis Hispania Caesaraugusta 8/1 BC Cn Fadius ; M Porcius Bronze (21 mm) Augustus AVGVSTVS DIVI F laureate head of Augustus, r. CAESARAVGVSTA M PORCI CN FAD II VIR vexillum on basis Vives 148–8, Hill 14–6, Beltrán 13, GMI 327 The alleged variant without II on the reverse (ACIP3039c) corresponds to a coin struck with a die in which that part has filled up with metal or it has become blurred. On the illustrated coin it is possible to see a line at the top that defines the Roman numerals. axis: var. 52 N 136 5.92 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 322 Tarraconensis Hispania Caesaraugusta L Titius ; Mn Kaninius Iter Leaded bronze (28 mm) Augustus AVGVSTVS DIVI F laureate head of Augustus, r., simpulum and lituus to l. and r. CAESARAVG(VSTA) MN KANINIO ITER L TITI(O) II VIR priest ploughing with yoke of oxen, r. Vives 148–1, 2, Hill 14–5, Beltrán 9, NAH 979 These dies were cut by two engravers who gave different directions to the legends. One engraver made dies as Vives 149–1 and another as Vives 148–2. axis: var. 30 N 133 13.15 1 uncertain var.; CAESARAVGVSTA no no no [show] [edit]
I 328 Tarraconensis Hispania Caesaraugusta L Iuvent Lupercus ; Tib Clod Flavus Bronze (28 mm) Augustus AVGVSTVS DIVI F laureate head of Augustus, l. C C A TIB (CLOD) FLAVO PRAEF GERMAN L IVVENT LVPER(CO) II VIR bull, l., with 'pediment' above head Vives 149–4, NAH 984, Beltrán 22c axis: var. 10 N 139 11.53 28 1 C C A T{IB} FL{AV}O PR{AE}F GER{MAN} L I{VVE}{NT} L{VPE}RCO II VIR no no no [show] [edit]
I 334 Tarraconensis Hispania Caesaraugusta Anonymous Æ (28 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS laureate head of Tiberius, r. C C A bull, r., with 'pediment' above head Vives 150–2, Beltrán 25c (corr.), NAH 1088 axis: var. 16 N 140 11.91 28 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 349 Tarraconensis Hispania Caesaraugusta AD 31/2 M. Cato ; L. Vettiacus Copper (29 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR DIVI AVGVSTI F AVGVSTVS laureate head of Tiberius, l. C C A M CATO L VETTIACVS II VIR priest ploughing with yoke of oxen, l. Vives 150–12, Hill 17–3, GMI 331, Beltrán 38d, NAH 1093 axis: var. 33 N 142 9.67 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 367 Tarraconensis Hispania Caesaraugusta C Aufidius Gemellus ; T Caecilius Lepidus Bronze (29 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS laureate head of Tiberius, r. C C A (T CAECILIO) LEPIDO (ET) (C AVFIVIO) GEMELLO II VIR bull, r., with 'pediment' above head Vives 152–4, 5, GMI 333, Beltrán 47–8, NAH 1095 Forgery (?): 1. B Bohl, 18.07. axis: var. 28 N 143 11.9 29 1 T CAEC{IL}IO LEPIDO C {AV}FIDIO GE{ME}LLO II V{IR} no no no [show] [edit]
I 375 Tarraconensis Hispania Caesaraugusta Montanus ; Scipio Copper (29 mm) Caligula G CAESAR AVG GERMANICVS IMP PATER PATRIAE bare head of Caligula, l. C C A SCIPIONE ET MONTANO II VIR priest ploughing with yoke of oxen, r. Vives 154–3, Beltrán 56, Trillmich II–3b, NAH 1130 axis: var. 16 N 145 12.78 29 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 382 Tarraconensis Hispania Caesaraugusta Montanus ; Titullus Æ (29 mm) Caligula G CAESAR AVG GERMANICVS IMP PATER PATRIAE bare head of Caligula, l. C C A TITVLLO ET MONTANO II VIR priest ploughing with yoke of oxen, r. Vives 153–3, Beltrán 63, Trillmich III–3 axis: var. 7 N 147 12.98 29 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 386 Tarraconensis Hispania Caesaraugusta Montanus ; Titullus Copper (30 mm) Agrippina the Elder M AGRIPPA L F COS III head of Agrippa, l., wearing rostral crown C C A TIVLLO ET MONTANO II VIR priest ploughing with yoke of oxen, r. Vives 153–1, Beltrán 65, Trillmich III–5 axis: var. 11 N 146 11.72 30 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 387 Tarraconensis Hispania Bilbilis Bronze (28 mm) Augustus BILBILIS bare head of Augustus, r. ITALICA horseman with spear, r. Vives 138–4, 5, GMI 542 axis: var. 12 N 121 12.64 28 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 389 Tarraconensis Hispania Bilbilis Bronze (28 mm) Augustus AVGVSTVS bare head of Augustus, r. BILBILIS horseman with spear, r. Vives 138–6, NAH 962 axis: var. 10 N 122 11.35 28 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 391 Tarraconensis Hispania Bilbilis Æ (28 mm) Augustus AVGVSTVS DIVI F laureate head of Augustus, r. BILBILIS horseman carrying spear (or thrusting with spear), r. Vives 138–8, 9, GMI 544, NAH 963 axis: var. 18 N 123 9.7 28 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 393 Tarraconensis Hispania Bilbilis after 2 BC L Lici Varus ; M Semp Tiberi Bronze (29 mm) Augustus AVGVSTVS DIVI F PATER PATRIAE (or PATRIAI) laureate head of Augustus, l. MVN AVGVSTA BILBI(LIS) M SEMP TIBERI L LICI VARO II VIR laurel wreath Vives 139–2 axis: around 11. 6 N 128 12.43 1 BILBILIS no no no [show] [edit]
I 395 Tarraconensis Hispania Bilbilis after 2 BC L Cor Calidus ; L Semp Rutilus Æ (29 mm) Augustus AVGVSTVS DIVI F PATER PATRIAE laureate head of Augustus, r. MVN AVGVSTA BILBILIS L COR CALIDO L SEMP RVTILO laurel wreath containing II VIR Vives 139–4, GMI 546 Forgeries: 1. C, 12.19; 2. L 968, 12.26. axis: var. 56 N 126 11.48 29 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 395 Tarraconensis Hispania Bilbilis after 2 BC L Cor Calidus ; L Semp Rutilus Æ (29 mm) Augustus AVGVSTVS DIVI F PATER PATRIAE laureate head of Augustus, r. MVN AVGVSTA BILBILIS L COR CALIDO L SEMP RVTILO laurel wreath containing II VIR Vives 139–4, GMI 546 Forgeries: 1. C, 12.19; 2. L 968, 12.26. axis: var. 57 N 127 11.36 29 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 397 Tarraconensis Hispania Bilbilis G Pom Cape ; G Vale Tranq Æ (30 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR DIVI AVGVSTI F AVGVSTVS laureate head of Tiberius, r. MVN AVGVSTA BILBILIS G POM CAP(E) II G VALE TRANQ laurel wreath containing II VIR Vives 139–6, GMI 548 G. Pomp. Cape. appears as IIvir iterum. The Reading CAPELL (Vives, IV, p. 56; GMI 545; NAH, p. 282; Numisma 162–4, p. 18) seems wrong. axis: var. 26 N 129 11.67 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 398 Tarraconensis Hispania Bilbilis AD 31 L. Aelius Seianus (Sejanus) ; Tiberius Bronze (29 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR DIVI AVGVSTI F AVGVSTVS laureate head of Tiberius, r. MVN AVGVSTA BILBILIS TI CAESARE V L AELIO SEIANO laurel wreath containing COS Vives 139–7, 8, GMI 549–50, NAH 1079–80 axis: var. 18 N 130 13.21 29 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 399 Tarraconensis Hispania Bilbilis AD 31 L. Aelius Seianus (Sejanus) ; Tiberius Æ (22 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR AVGVSTI F laureate head of Tiberius, r. AVG(V) BILBILIS TI CAESARE V L AELIO SEIANO laurel wreath containing COS Vives 139–9, GMI 551 axis: var. 5 N 131 5.94 22 1 damnatio memoriae L AELIO SEIANO; {AV}G no no no [show] [edit]
I 401 Tarraconensis Hispania Turiaso uncertain date (after 29 BC?) Bronze (29 mm) SILBIS laureate female head, r. TVRIASO horseman, l., r. hand raised Vives 155–2, Hill 32–6, GMI 361, NAH 902 axis: var. 22 N 220 6.7 29 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 403 Tarraconensis Hispania Turiaso after 2 BC Bronze (29 mm) TVRIASO female head, r. IMP AVGVSTVS P P laureate head of Augustus, r. Vives 155–3, 6, Hill 32–7, GMI 362, NAH 966 axis: var. 33 N 221 14.17 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 405 Tarraconensis Hispania Turiaso after 2 BC Bronze (29 mm) Augustus IMP AVGVSTVS P P laureate head of Augustus, r. TVRIASO oak wreath containing MVN Vives 155–7, Hill 32–8, GMI 363, NAH 967 axis: var. 25 N 222 11.17 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 413 Tarraconensis Hispania Turiaso M Semp Front ; Mn Sulp Lucan Bronze (28 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR AVG(VSTI) F AVGVSTVS IMP (PONT) laureate head of Tiberius, r. MVN TVRIASO MN SVLP LVCAN M SEMP FRONT oak wreath containing II VIR Vives 156–6, 7, Hill 33–7, 8, GMI 364 axis: var. 48 N 225 10.29 1 TI CAESAR AVGVSTI F AVGVSTVS IMP no no no [show] [edit]
I 413 Tarraconensis Hispania Turiaso M Semp Front ; Mn Sulp Lucan Bronze (28 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR AVG(VSTI) F AVGVSTVS IMP (PONT) laureate head of Tiberius, r. MVN TVRIASO MN SVLP LVCAN M SEMP FRONT oak wreath containing II VIR Vives 156–6, 7, Hill 33–7, 8, GMI 364 axis: var. 61 N 224 10.39 1 uncertain var. no no no [show] [edit]
I 417 Tarraconensis Hispania Turiaso C Caec Sere ; M Val Quad Æ (28 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR AVGVST F IMPERAT laureate head of Tiberius, r. MVN TVR C CAEC SER(E) M VAL QVAD II VIR bull, r. Vives 157–1, Hill 33–9, GMI 367, NAH 1081 axis: var. 32 N 227 10.99 1 SE{RE} no no no [show] [edit]
I 418 Tarraconensis Hispania Turiaso C Mari Vegetus ; M Pont Marsus Æ (29 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR AVG F IMP PONT M laureate head of Tiberius, r. MVN TVR M PONT MARS(O) C MARI VEGET(O) II VIR bull, r. Vives 156–10, 11, Hill 34–1 axis: var. 41 N 226 13.08 1 {MAR}SO-{VE}GETO no no no [show] [edit]
I 422 Tarraconensis Hispania Turiaso Brass (35 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR AVGVSTVS laureate head of Tiberius, r. MVN TVR DIVVS AVGVSTVS Divus Augustus seated on curule chair, l., holding sceptre and thunderbolt Vives 156–2, Hill 33–4 Forgery: M 12945. axis: var. 6 N 223 19.97 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 425 Tarraconensis Hispania Cascantum Æ (28 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS laureate head of Tiberius, r. MVNICIP CASCANTVM bull, r. Vives 161–1 axis: var. 39 N 173 10.63 1 RPC I index 93 (VA monogram in oval punch) no no no [show] [edit]
I 427 Tarraconensis Hispania Cascantum Æ (28 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS laureate head of Tiberius, r. MVNICIP CASCANTVM bull, r. Vives 161–2, Hill 34–9, NAH 1099 axis: var. 55 N 174 10.54 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 427 Tarraconensis Hispania Cascantum Æ (28 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS laureate head of Tiberius, r. MVNICIP CASCANTVM bull, r. Vives 161–2, Hill 34–9, NAH 1099 axis: var. 56 N 175 10.58 1 RPC I index 4 (eagle's head, r. in shaped punch) no no no [show] [edit]
I 429 Tarraconensis Hispania Graccurris Æ (28 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS laureate head of Tiberius, r. MVNICIP GRACCVRRIS bull, r., with 'pediment' above head Vives 163–1, Hill 37–4, NAH 1101, GMI 1062 axis: var. 60 N 191 12.13 28 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 429 Tarraconensis Hispania Graccurris Æ (28 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS laureate head of Tiberius, r. MVNICIP GRACCVRRIS bull, r., with 'pediment' above head Vives 163–1, Hill 37–4, NAH 1101, GMI 1062 axis: var. 61 N 192 11.5 28 1 RPC I index 23 (C); RPC I index 80 (monogram GRA in rectangular punch) no no no [show] [edit]
I 429 Tarraconensis Hispania Graccurris Æ (28 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS laureate head of Tiberius, r. MVNICIP GRACCVRRIS bull, r., with 'pediment' above head Vives 163–1, Hill 37–4, NAH 1101, GMI 1062 axis: var. 62 N 193 10.85 28 1 RPC I index 4 (eagle's head, r. in shaped punch) no no no [show] [edit]
I 432 Tarraconensis Hispania Calagurris after 29/27 BC C Sex ; C Val Bronze (21 mm) Augustus NASSICA bare head of Augustus (?), r. C VAL C SEX AEDILES bull's head, facing Vives 157–2, Hill 35–11, Ruiz 6, GMI 683, NAH 905 For metal analysis, see Ruiz, p. 129. axis: var. 15 N 152 6.34 21 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 433 Tarraconensis Hispania Calagurris C Valerius ; L Granius Æ (29 mm) Augustus MVN CAL IVL bare head of Augustus, r. L GRANIO C VALER(IO) II VIR bull, r. Vives 157–3, Hill 36–3, Ruiz 10 and 10 var., GMI 686 Sometimes the nomen of Granius starts with C and the praenomen of Valerius with G. axis: var. 20 N 149 13.48 1 17886 {VAL}ER no no no [show] [edit]
I 434 Tarraconensis Hispania Calagurris C Mar Cap ; Q Ursus Æ (29 mm) Augustus MVN CAL IVL bare head of Augustus, r. II VIR C MAR CAP Q VRSO bull, r. Vives 157–4, Ruiz 11 axis: var. 28 N 150 13.88 29 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 436 Tarraconensis Hispania Calagurris C Post Mil ; Q Aem Æ (29 mm) Augustus MVN CAL II VIR bare head of Augustus, r. Q AEM C POST M(I)L bull, r. Vives 157–7, Hill 36–1, Ruiz 9, GMI 685, NAH 908 axis: var. 20 N 148 11.49 29 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 441 Tarraconensis Hispania Calagurris C Gran Brocchus ; L Baeb Priscus Æ (28 mm) Augustus MV CAL IVLIA AVGVSTVS laureate head of Augustus, r. L BAEB PRISCO C GRAN BROC II VIR bull, r. Vives 158–8, 9, Hill 36–5, Ruiz 16, 18, GMI 688, NAH 975 axis: var. 63 N 154 11.96 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 441 Tarraconensis Hispania Calagurris C Gran Brocchus ; L Baeb Priscus Æ (28 mm) Augustus MV CAL IVLIA AVGVSTVS laureate head of Augustus, r. L BAEB PRISCO C GRAN BROC II VIR bull, r. Vives 158–8, 9, Hill 36–5, Ruiz 16, 18, GMI 688, NAH 975 axis: var. 64 N 155 11.19 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 441 Tarraconensis Hispania Calagurris C Gran Brocchus ; L Baeb Priscus Æ (28 mm) Augustus MV CAL IVLIA AVGVSTVS laureate head of Augustus, r. L BAEB PRISCO C GRAN BROC II VIR bull, r. Vives 158–8, 9, Hill 36–5, Ruiz 16, 18, GMI 688, NAH 975 axis: var. 65 N 156 11.35 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 444 Tarraconensis Hispania Calagurris after 2 BC C Ful Rutil ; M Lic Capel Æ (28 mm) Augustus IMP AVGVST PATER PATRIA(E) laureate head of Augustus, r. M C I M LIC CAPE(L) C FVL RVTI(L) II VIR bull Vives 159–1, Hill 36–8, Ruiz 21, 21a, 21b, GMI 689 axis: var. 7 N 157 12.86 28 1 PATRIA/C{AR}E-R{VT}I no no no [show] [edit]
I 448 Tarraconensis Hispania Calagurris L Ful Sparsus ; L Saturninus Bronze (28 mm) Tiberius TI AVGVS DIVI AVGVSTI F IMP CAESAR laureate head of Tiberius, r. M C I L FVL SPARSO L SATVRNINO II VIR bull, r. Vives 159–5, Hill 37–1, Ruiz 24, GMI 692–3 Forgery: 1. C, 11.37. For metal analysis, see Ruiz, p. 129. A. Beltrán (p. 66, no. 17) published a variant with the obv. legend Ti Caesar Divi Aug f Augustus, but did not illustrate the coin, which cannot therefore be checked. axis: var. 83 N 159 12.86 28 1 uncertain triangular countermark on the obv. no no no [show] [edit]
I 450 Tarraconensis Hispania Calagurris C Celer ; C Rectus Æ (29 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS laureate head of Tiberius, r. M C I C CELERE C RECTO II VIR bull, r. Vives 159–6, Hill 37–2, Ruiz 25, NAH 1086, GMI 694 axis: var. 60 N 160 12.46 29 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 451 Tarraconensis Hispania Calagurris C Celer ; C Rectus Æ (21 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS laureate head of Tiberius, r. M C I C CELERE C RECTO II VIRI bull's head, facing Vives 159–8, Ruiz 26 axis: var. 12 N 161 6.33 21 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 452 Tarraconensis Hispania Clunia Cn Pomp ; M Avo(?) ; M Iul Seran ; T Anto Æ (28 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR AVG F AVGVSTVS IMP laureate head of Tiberius, r. CLVNIA, CN POMP M AVO T ANTO M IVL SERAN IIII VIR bull, l. Vives 163–2, NAH 1103, GMI 762 The second magistrate's ligature might also be {AN}O. axis: var. 67 N 183 11.83 28 1 RPC I index 4 (eagle's head, r. in shaped punch) no no no [show] [edit]
I 454 Tarraconensis Hispania Clunia C Aem Meto ; C Cael Cand ; L Cael Pres ; T Cor Mate Æ (29 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR AVG F AVGVSTVS IMP laureate head of Tiberius, r. CLVNIA; C AEM METO (or MET) T COR MATE (or MAT) L CAEL PRES C CAEL CAND (or CAN) IIII VIR bull, l. Vives 163–3, GMI 763–4 axis: var. 62 N 184 9.65 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 459 Tarraconensis Hispania Ercavica Æ (28 mm) Augustus AVGVSTVS DIVI F laureate head of Augustus, r. MVN ERCAVICA bull, r. Vives 162–1, 3, GMI 558–9, NAH 986 axis: var. 64 N 188 13.28 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 459 Tarraconensis Hispania Ercavica Æ (28 mm) Augustus AVGVSTVS DIVI F laureate head of Augustus, r. MVN ERCAVICA bull, r. Vives 162–1, 3, GMI 558–9, NAH 986 axis: var. 65 N 189 9.99 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 462 Tarraconensis Hispania Ercavica C Corne Florus ; L Caeli Alacris Æ (29 mm) Tiberius TI CAESAR DIVI AVGVSTI F AVGVSTVS laureate head of Tiberius, r. MVN(I) ERCAVICA (or ERCA); II VIR C COR(NE) FLORO L CAEL(I) ALACRE bull, r., with 'pediment' above head Vives 162–5, GMI 560, NAH 1097 axis: var. 29 N 190 20.25 1 MVN ERC{AV}ICA II VIR C COR FLORO L CA{EL} ALACRE no no no [show] [edit]
I 473 Tarraconensis Hispania Segobriga Æ (28 mm) TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVST IMP VIII bare head of Tiberius, l. SEGOBRIGA inscription within oak wreath Vives 135–5, NAH 1098, GMI 727–8 See now P.P. Ripollès and J.M. Abascal, Las Monedas de la Ciudad Romana de Segobriga (Saelices, Cuenca) (Barcelona/Madrid, 1996). The asses of Tiberius with head right (474) are die linked with some dies having head left (473). axis: var. 25 N 209 12.15 28 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 476 Tarraconensis Hispania Segobriga Æ (28 mm) C CAESAR AVG GERMANICVS IMP laureate head of Caligula, r. SEGOBRIGA inscription within oak wreath Vives 135–9, NAH 1134, GMI 731 axis: var. 47 N 210 13.54 28 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 476 Tarraconensis Hispania Segobriga Æ (28 mm) C CAESAR AVG GERMANICVS IMP laureate head of Caligula, r. SEGOBRIGA inscription within oak wreath Vives 135–9, NAH 1134, GMI 731 axis: var. 48 N 211 12.17 28 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 477 Tarraconensis Hispania Segobriga Æ (22 mm) C CAESAR AVG GERMANICVS IMP laureate head of Caligula, r. SEGOBRIGA inscription within oak wreath Vives 135–8, GMI 732 axis: var. 21 N 212 4.35 22 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 636 Sicily Sicily Panormus Triumviral period? Æ (21 mm) laureate head of Zeus, r.; behind sceptre ΠΑΝΟΡΜΙΤΑΝ; C D temple with four columns Holm 727 = 789, Gabrici 98–108, Bahrfeldt no. 72 G. Manganaro suggests that C D = consensu Decurionum. He would date this issue to the reign of Tiberius because a temple countermark appears on RPC I, 642 (ANRW II.II.I, p. 48, no. 237). 38 N 4719 21 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 636 Sicily Sicily Panormus Triumviral period? Æ (21 mm) laureate head of Zeus, r.; behind sceptre ΠΑΝΟΡΜΙΤΑΝ; C D temple with four columns Holm 727 = 789, Gabrici 98–108, Bahrfeldt no. 72 G. Manganaro suggests that C D = consensu Decurionum. He would date this issue to the reign of Tiberius because a temple countermark appears on RPC I, 642 (ANRW II.II.I, p. 48, no. 237). 39 N 4720 21 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 636 Sicily Sicily Panormus Triumviral period? Æ (21 mm) laureate head of Zeus, r.; behind sceptre ΠΑΝΟΡΜΙΤΑΝ; C D temple with four columns Holm 727 = 789, Gabrici 98–108, Bahrfeldt no. 72 G. Manganaro suggests that C D = consensu Decurionum. He would date this issue to the reign of Tiberius because a temple countermark appears on RPC I, 642 (ANRW II.II.I, p. 48, no. 237). 40 N 4721 21 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 640 Sicily Sicily Panormus Æ (24 mm) Augustus ΠΑΝΟΡΜΙΤΑΝ bare head of Augustus, l. eagle, facing, holding animal (?) in claws Gabrici 322–4 See Martini, Sicilia nos. 220-39. 12 N 4758 23 12 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 641 Sicily Sicily Panormus Æ (22 mm) Augustus ΠΑΝΟΡΜΙΤΑΝ bare head of Augustus, r. triskeles with gorgon face and corn ears between legs Holm 742, Gabrici 333–5, BMC 42, Cop 543 See Martini, Sicilia nos. 240-307, attributing them to Tiberius. axis: 12 or 6 32 N 4759 22 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 641 Sicily Sicily Panormus Æ (22 mm) Augustus ΠΑΝΟΡΜΙΤΑΝ bare head of Augustus, r. triskeles with gorgon face and corn ears between legs Holm 742, Gabrici 333–5, BMC 42, Cop 543 See Martini, Sicilia nos. 240-307, attributing them to Tiberius. axis: 12 or 6 33 N 4760 22 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 641 Sicily Sicily Panormus Æ (22 mm) Augustus ΠΑΝΟΡΜΙΤΑΝ bare head of Augustus, r. triskeles with gorgon face and corn ears between legs Holm 742, Gabrici 333–5, BMC 42, Cop 543 See Martini, Sicilia nos. 240-307, attributing them to Tiberius. axis: 12 or 6 34 N 4761 22 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 641 Sicily Sicily Panormus Æ (22 mm) Augustus ΠΑΝΟΡΜΙΤΑΝ bare head of Augustus, r. triskeles with gorgon face and corn ears between legs Holm 742, Gabrici 333–5, BMC 42, Cop 543 See Martini, Sicilia nos. 240-307, attributing them to Tiberius. axis: 12 or 6 35 N 4762 22 1 GIC 426 (plough?) no no no [show] [edit]
I 642 Sicily Sicily Panormus Tiberius (?) and Livia(?) Æ (19 mm) Tiberius PANORMITANORVM bare head of Tiberius, r. AVGVS veiled female head of Livia, r. Holm 743, Gabrici 325–31, BMC 44, Grant APT no. 13, Cop 562 See S. Frey-Kupper, ‘Germanicus und Drusus auf einer Münze von Panormos’, Schweizer Münzblätter 164 (1991), pp. 90-95, on RPC I, 5452 and its dating to AD 14-19. She interprets this coins as a half denomination corresponding to RPC 642-3, which can therefore be safely identified as Tiberius and Livia. -- See Martini, Sicilia nos. 326-94, with more countermarks. -- On coin 32, the two ears of corn are clear on ‘Livia/Demeter’ head on the reverse.Reverse legend upwards l. or r. axis: 12 or 6 23 N 4754 19 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 642 Sicily Sicily Panormus Tiberius (?) and Livia(?) Æ (19 mm) Tiberius PANORMITANORVM bare head of Tiberius, r. AVGVS veiled female head of Livia, r. Holm 743, Gabrici 325–31, BMC 44, Grant APT no. 13, Cop 562 See S. Frey-Kupper, ‘Germanicus und Drusus auf einer Münze von Panormos’, Schweizer Münzblätter 164 (1991), pp. 90-95, on RPC I, 5452 and its dating to AD 14-19. She interprets this coins as a half denomination corresponding to RPC 642-3, which can therefore be safely identified as Tiberius and Livia. -- See Martini, Sicilia nos. 326-94, with more countermarks. -- On coin 32, the two ears of corn are clear on ‘Livia/Demeter’ head on the reverse.Reverse legend upwards l. or r. axis: 12 or 6 24 N 4755 19 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 643 Sicily Sicily Panormus Tiberius (?) and Livia(?) Æ (22 mm) Tiberius PANORMITANORVM bare head of Tiberius, r. AVGVS veiled female head of Livia, l. Holm 743, Gabrici 332, BMC 43, Grant APT no. 13 var. See S. Frey-Kupper, ‘Germanicus und Drusus auf einer Münze von Panormos’, Schweizer Münzblätter 164 (1991), pp. 90-95, on RPC I, 5452 and its dating to AD 14-19. She interprets this coins as a half denomination corresponding to RPC 642-3, which can therefore be safely identified as Tiberius and Livia. -- See Martini, Sicilia nos. 308-25, with some countermarks. axis: 12 or 6 5 N 4756 22 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 643 Sicily Sicily Panormus Tiberius (?) and Livia(?) Æ (22 mm) Tiberius PANORMITANORVM bare head of Tiberius, r. AVGVS veiled female head of Livia, l. Holm 743, Gabrici 332, BMC 43, Grant APT no. 13 var. See S. Frey-Kupper, ‘Germanicus und Drusus auf einer Münze von Panormos’, Schweizer Münzblätter 164 (1991), pp. 90-95, on RPC I, 5452 and its dating to AD 14-19. She interprets this coins as a half denomination corresponding to RPC 642-3, which can therefore be safely identified as Tiberius and Livia. -- See Martini, Sicilia nos. 308-25, with some countermarks. axis: 12 or 6 6 N 4757 22 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 644 Sicily Sicily Panormus A Laetor ; Cn Domi Procul Æ (22 mm) Augustus PAN(H)ORMITANORVM radiate head of Tiberius, l. before, thunderbolt; above, star CN DO(MI) PROC(VL) A LAETO(R) IIVIR capricorn, r.; below, triskeles Holm 744, Gabrici 339–41, BMC 45, Grant APT no. 11, Cop 564 See Martini, Sicilia nos. 397-415. axis: 12 or 6 15 N 4763 9.25 22 1 CN DO PROC[ ]VIR no no no [show] [edit]
I 645 Sicily Sicily Panormus A Laetor ; Cn Domi Procul Æ (16 mm) Livia PANORMITAN female figure (Livia) seated, r., holding sceptre and patera CN D(OM) A LA ram, l. Holm 745, Gabrici 109–13, BMC 47, Grant APT no. 12 Grant and Gabrici say that the figure ('Livia-Ceres') holds corn ears,but this seems incorrect. -- See Martini, Sicilia nos. 416-43. axis: 12 or 6 18 N 4764 16 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 645 Sicily Sicily Panormus A Laetor ; Cn Domi Procul Æ (16 mm) Livia PANORMITAN female figure (Livia) seated, r., holding sceptre and patera CN D(OM) A LA ram, l. Holm 745, Gabrici 109–13, BMC 47, Grant APT no. 12 Grant and Gabrici say that the figure ('Livia-Ceres') holds corn ears,but this seems incorrect. -- See Martini, Sicilia nos. 416-43. axis: 12 or 6 19 N 4765 16 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 645 Sicily Sicily Panormus A Laetor ; Cn Domi Procul Æ (16 mm) Livia PANORMITAN female figure (Livia) seated, r., holding sceptre and patera CN D(OM) A LA ram, l. Holm 745, Gabrici 109–13, BMC 47, Grant APT no. 12 Grant and Gabrici say that the figure ('Livia-Ceres') holds corn ears,but this seems incorrect. -- See Martini, Sicilia nos. 416-43. axis: 12 or 6 20 N 4766 16 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 647 Sicily Sicily Iaiton First century BC Æ ΙΑΙΤΙΝΩΝ head of Heracles wearing lionskin, r. triskeles with gorgon face and corn ears between legs Bloesch 6b-c, Gabrici 2–6, BMC 1–2, Cop 329 See now S. Frey-Kupper, ‘La circolazione monetaria a Monte Iato dall’inizio della dominazione romana fino all’età tiberiana’, Giornate Internazionali di Studi sull’Area Elima (Gibellina, 19-22 Settembre 1991). Atti (Gibellina, 1992), pp. 281-98. 16 N 4388 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 647 Sicily Sicily Iaiton First century BC Æ ΙΑΙΤΙΝΩΝ head of Heracles wearing lionskin, r. triskeles with gorgon face and corn ears between legs Bloesch 6b-c, Gabrici 2–6, BMC 1–2, Cop 329 See now S. Frey-Kupper, ‘La circolazione monetaria a Monte Iato dall’inizio della dominazione romana fino all’età tiberiana’, Giornate Internazionali di Studi sull’Area Elima (Gibellina, 19-22 Settembre 1991). Atti (Gibellina, 1992), pp. 281-98. 17 N 4389 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 653 Sicily Sicily Entella 36 BC Atratinus Æ (19 mm) ΑΤΡΑΤΙΝΟΥ radiate head of Helios, r. ΕΝΤΕΛΛΙΝⲰΝ Tyche standing, l., holding corn ears and cornucopia Holm 607, BMC 8, Gabrici 10, Cop 238, FITA 392 See Martini, Sicilia nos. 63-88. -- R. Calciati (Annotazioni Numismatiche 10, 1993, p. 205) has argued that the forgery is genuine and dates to the period of Atratinus. He has also published specimens with the countermarks N and NE, and implausibly suggested that 654 consists of two different denominations. -- Specimens in RBW coll. (6.27, 7.46) also suggest ears of corn rather than a patera. 11 N 4258 19 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 655 Sicily Sicily Lilybaeum 36 BC Atratinus Æ (26 mm) ΛΙΛΥΒΑΙΙΤΑΙϹ veiled and turreted head, r., within triangular ornament ΑΤΡΑΤΙΝΟ ΠΥΘΙΩΝ tripod with serpent coiled around Holm 684, Gabrici 15, BMC 4, Cop 376, FITA 393 See Martini, Sicilia nos. 1-62, erroneously giving the reading πιθιⲰν: but ΠΥΘIΩΝ is correct. 35 N 4517 26 12 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 655 Sicily Sicily Lilybaeum 36 BC Atratinus Æ (26 mm) ΛΙΛΥΒΑΙΙΤΑΙϹ veiled and turreted head, r., within triangular ornament ΑΤΡΑΤΙΝΟ ΠΥΘΙΩΝ tripod with serpent coiled around Holm 684, Gabrici 15, BMC 4, Cop 376, FITA 393 See Martini, Sicilia nos. 1-62, erroneously giving the reading πιθιⲰν: but ΠΥΘIΩΝ is correct. 36 N 4518 26 12 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 655 Sicily Sicily Lilybaeum 36 BC Atratinus Æ (26 mm) ΛΙΛΥΒΑΙΙΤΑΙϹ veiled and turreted head, r., within triangular ornament ΑΤΡΑΤΙΝΟ ΠΥΘΙΩΝ tripod with serpent coiled around Holm 684, Gabrici 15, BMC 4, Cop 376, FITA 393 See Martini, Sicilia nos. 1-62, erroneously giving the reading πιθιⲰν: but ΠΥΘIΩΝ is correct. 37 N 4519 26 12 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 655 Sicily Sicily Lilybaeum 36 BC Atratinus Æ (26 mm) ΛΙΛΥΒΑΙΙΤΑΙϹ veiled and turreted head, r., within triangular ornament ΑΤΡΑΤΙΝΟ ΠΥΘΙΩΝ tripod with serpent coiled around Holm 684, Gabrici 15, BMC 4, Cop 376, FITA 393 See Martini, Sicilia nos. 1-62, erroneously giving the reading πιθιⲰν: but ΠΥΘIΩΝ is correct. 38 N 4520 26 12 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 660 Sicily Sicily Agrigentum after 2 BC L Clodius Rufus ; Salassus Comitialis Sex Rufus Æ (23 mm) Augustus AVGVSTO P P AGRIGE(N)TI(N) head of Augustus, r. SALASSO COMITIALE SEX RVFO II VIR; L CLODIO RVFO PROCOS Holm 735, BMC 160, Gabrici 158, FITA 196 Friedlander thought (ZfN, 1877, 337) that theplough had a bird sitting on it, and therefore that it was a countermark ofCenturipae, but the bird and the attribution seem very unlikely. -- See Martini, Sicilia nos. 140-74. -- One of the duoviri (Sextus Rufus) is now known as a duumvir from a Greek inscription from the gymnasium at Agrigento (R.J.A. Wilson, ‘Archaeology in Sicily 1988-95’, Archaeological Reports for 1995-1996 (1996), p. 87). R.J.A. Wilson advises that comitialis is probably a title (‘convenor of the comitium’) rather than a name (see his Sicily under the Roman Empire (1990), p. 42 caption with fig. 32c. axis 12 or 6 28 N 4066 23 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 660 Sicily Sicily Agrigentum after 2 BC L Clodius Rufus ; Salassus Comitialis Sex Rufus Æ (23 mm) Augustus AVGVSTO P P AGRIGE(N)TI(N) head of Augustus, r. SALASSO COMITIALE SEX RVFO II VIR; L CLODIO RVFO PROCOS Holm 735, BMC 160, Gabrici 158, FITA 196 Friedlander thought (ZfN, 1877, 337) that theplough had a bird sitting on it, and therefore that it was a countermark ofCenturipae, but the bird and the attribution seem very unlikely. -- See Martini, Sicilia nos. 140-74. -- One of the duoviri (Sextus Rufus) is now known as a duumvir from a Greek inscription from the gymnasium at Agrigento (R.J.A. Wilson, ‘Archaeology in Sicily 1988-95’, Archaeological Reports for 1995-1996 (1996), p. 87). R.J.A. Wilson advises that comitialis is probably a title (‘convenor of the comitium’) rather than a name (see his Sicily under the Roman Empire (1990), p. 42 caption with fig. 32c. axis 12 or 6 29 N S 7477 23 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 662 Sicily Sicily Henna 44/36 BC M Cestius ; L Munatius Æ (20 mm) MVN HENNA-E female head (Proserpina?), r. M CESTIVS L MVNATIVS II VIR naked male figure (Triptolemus), wearing cloak, standing l. with outstretched hand Holm 761, BMC 11, Gabrici 12, Cop 236 A date early in the second century BC has been suggested by M. Caccamo Caltabiano, ‘La cronologia del Municipium di Henna: discordanza tra il dato numismatico e quello storiografico,’ in Hestiasis. Studi di tarda antichità offerti a S. Calderone (Messina, 1986), pp. 1-27. 23 N S 7682 20 12 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 662 Sicily Sicily Henna 44/36 BC M Cestius ; L Munatius Æ (20 mm) MVN HENNA-E female head (Proserpina?), r. M CESTIVS L MVNATIVS II VIR naked male figure (Triptolemus), wearing cloak, standing l. with outstretched hand Holm 761, BMC 11, Gabrici 12, Cop 236 A date early in the second century BC has been suggested by M. Caccamo Caltabiano, ‘La cronologia del Municipium di Henna: discordanza tra il dato numismatico e quello storiografico,’ in Hestiasis. Studi di tarda antichità offerti a S. Calderone (Messina, 1986), pp. 1-27. 24 N S 7683 20 12 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 665 Sicily Sicily Assorus Late first century BC Æ (22 mm) ASSORV laureate head of Apollo, r. CRVSAS river god standing, l., with amphora and cornucopia Holm 758, BMC 1, Gabrici 1, FITA 191 665 and 666 are dated to c. 200 BC by Campana, ‘Sicilia: Assoros (ca. 200 a.C.)’, part of Corpus Nummorum Antiquae Italiae (Zecche minori) in Panorama Numismatico 108 (Maggio 1996), pp. 137-40). He rejects the late dating, followed by RPC, but does not explain the use of Latin at so early a date. 9 N S 7849 22 12 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 665 Sicily Sicily Assorus Late first century BC Æ (22 mm) ASSORV laureate head of Apollo, r. CRVSAS river god standing, l., with amphora and cornucopia Holm 758, BMC 1, Gabrici 1, FITA 191 665 and 666 are dated to c. 200 BC by Campana, ‘Sicilia: Assoros (ca. 200 a.C.)’, part of Corpus Nummorum Antiquae Italiae (Zecche minori) in Panorama Numismatico 108 (Maggio 1996), pp. 137-40). He rejects the late dating, followed by RPC, but does not explain the use of Latin at so early a date. 10 N S 4094 22 12 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 665 Sicily Sicily Assorus Late first century BC Æ (22 mm) ASSORV laureate head of Apollo, r. CRVSAS river god standing, l., with amphora and cornucopia Holm 758, BMC 1, Gabrici 1, FITA 191 665 and 666 are dated to c. 200 BC by Campana, ‘Sicilia: Assoros (ca. 200 a.C.)’, part of Corpus Nummorum Antiquae Italiae (Zecche minori) in Panorama Numismatico 108 (Maggio 1996), pp. 137-40). He rejects the late dating, followed by RPC, but does not explain the use of Latin at so early a date. 11 N S 4095 22 12 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 665 Sicily Sicily Assorus Late first century BC Æ (22 mm) ASSORV laureate head of Apollo, r. CRVSAS river god standing, l., with amphora and cornucopia Holm 758, BMC 1, Gabrici 1, FITA 191 665 and 666 are dated to c. 200 BC by Campana, ‘Sicilia: Assoros (ca. 200 a.C.)’, part of Corpus Nummorum Antiquae Italiae (Zecche minori) in Panorama Numismatico 108 (Maggio 1996), pp. 137-40). He rejects the late dating, followed by RPC, but does not explain the use of Latin at so early a date. 12 N S 4096 22 12 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 665 Sicily Sicily Assorus Late first century BC Æ (22 mm) ASSORV laureate head of Apollo, r. CRVSAS river god standing, l., with amphora and cornucopia Holm 758, BMC 1, Gabrici 1, FITA 191 665 and 666 are dated to c. 200 BC by Campana, ‘Sicilia: Assoros (ca. 200 a.C.)’, part of Corpus Nummorum Antiquae Italiae (Zecche minori) in Panorama Numismatico 108 (Maggio 1996), pp. 137-40). He rejects the late dating, followed by RPC, but does not explain the use of Latin at so early a date. 13 N S 4097 22 12 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 665 Sicily Sicily Assorus Late first century BC Æ (22 mm) ASSORV laureate head of Apollo, r. CRVSAS river god standing, l., with amphora and cornucopia Holm 758, BMC 1, Gabrici 1, FITA 191 665 and 666 are dated to c. 200 BC by Campana, ‘Sicilia: Assoros (ca. 200 a.C.)’, part of Corpus Nummorum Antiquae Italiae (Zecche minori) in Panorama Numismatico 108 (Maggio 1996), pp. 137-40). He rejects the late dating, followed by RPC, but does not explain the use of Latin at so early a date. 14 N S 4098 22 12 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 672 Sicily Sicily Melita Triumviral period (?) C Arruntanus Balbus Æ (20 mm) ΜΕΛΙΤΑΙΩΝ veiled head (Astarte?) with stephane, l. C ARRVNTANVS BALB PROPR curule chair Coleiro no. 10, Holm 727, Gabrici 17, Cop 473 32 N 6621 20 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 672 Sicily Sicily Melita Triumviral period (?) C Arruntanus Balbus Æ (20 mm) ΜΕΛΙΤΑΙΩΝ veiled head (Astarte?) with stephane, l. C ARRVNTANVS BALB PROPR curule chair Coleiro no. 10, Holm 727, Gabrici 17, Cop 473 33 N 6622 20 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 672 Sicily Sicily Melita Triumviral period (?) C Arruntanus Balbus Æ (20 mm) ΜΕΛΙΤΑΙΩΝ veiled head (Astarte?) with stephane, l. C ARRVNTANVS BALB PROPR curule chair Coleiro no. 10, Holm 727, Gabrici 17, Cop 473 34 N S 9875 20 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 672 Sicily Sicily Melita Triumviral period (?) C Arruntanus Balbus Æ (20 mm) ΜΕΛΙΤΑΙΩΝ veiled head (Astarte?) with stephane, l. C ARRVNTANVS BALB PROPR curule chair Coleiro no. 10, Holm 727, Gabrici 17, Cop 473 35 N S 9876 20 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 675 Sicily Sicily Cossura Æ (27 mm) female head (Isis?), crowned by Nike, r.; before modius (?) COSSVRA sign of Tanit; in wreath 25 N 6113 27 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 675 Sicily Sicily Cossura Æ (27 mm) female head (Isis?), crowned by Nike, r.; before modius (?) COSSVRA sign of Tanit; in wreath 26 N 6114 27 1 GIC — (REG (incuse)) no no no [show] [edit]
I 675 Sicily Sicily Cossura Æ (27 mm) female head (Isis?), crowned by Nike, r.; before modius (?) COSSVRA sign of Tanit; in wreath 27 N 6115 27 1 GIC — (REG (incuse)) no no no [show] [edit]
I 675 Sicily Sicily Cossura Æ (27 mm) female head (Isis?), crowned by Nike, r.; before modius (?) COSSVRA sign of Tanit; in wreath 28 N 6116 27 1 GIC — (REG (incuse)) no no no [show] [edit]
I 675 Sicily Sicily Cossura Æ (27 mm) female head (Isis?), crowned by Nike, r.; before modius (?) COSSVRA sign of Tanit; in wreath 29 N 6117 27 1 GIC — (REG (incuse)) no no no [show] [edit]
I 675 Sicily Sicily Cossura Æ (27 mm) female head (Isis?), crowned by Nike, r.; before modius (?) COSSVRA sign of Tanit; in wreath 30 N 6118 27 1 GIC — (REG (incuse)) no no no [show] [edit]
I 675 Sicily Sicily Cossura Æ (27 mm) female head (Isis?), crowned by Nike, r.; before modius (?) COSSVRA sign of Tanit; in wreath 31 N 6119 27 1 GIC — (REG (incuse)) no no no [show] [edit]
I 675 Sicily Sicily Cossura Æ (27 mm) female head (Isis?), crowned by Nike, r.; before modius (?) COSSVRA sign of Tanit; in wreath 32 N 6120 27 1 GIC — (REG (incuse)) no no no [show] [edit]
I 675 Sicily Sicily Cossura Æ (27 mm) female head (Isis?), crowned by Nike, r.; before modius (?) COSSVRA sign of Tanit; in wreath 33 N 6121 27 1 GIC — (REG (incuse)) no no no [show] [edit]
I 675 Sicily Sicily Cossura Æ (27 mm) female head (Isis?), crowned by Nike, r.; before modius (?) COSSVRA sign of Tanit; in wreath 34 N 6122 27 1 GIC — (REG (incuse)); GIC — (eagle standing facing, with wreath in beak); GIC — (capricorn) no no no [show] [edit]
I 675 Sicily Sicily Cossura Æ (27 mm) female head (Isis?), crowned by Nike, r.; before modius (?) COSSVRA sign of Tanit; in wreath 35 N 6123 27 1 GIC — (REG (incuse)); GIC — (eagle standing facing, with wreath in beak); GIC — (capricorn) no no no [show] [edit]
I 675 Sicily Sicily Cossura Æ (27 mm) female head (Isis?), crowned by Nike, r.; before modius (?) COSSVRA sign of Tanit; in wreath 36 N 6124 27 1 GIC — (REG (incuse)); GIC — (eagle standing facing, with wreath in beak); GIC — (capricorn) no no no [show] [edit]
I 675 Sicily Sicily Cossura Æ (27 mm) female head (Isis?), crowned by Nike, r.; before modius (?) COSSVRA sign of Tanit; in wreath 37 N 6125 27 1 GIC — (REG (incuse)); GIC — (eagle standing facing, with wreath in beak); GIC — (capricorn) no no no [show] [edit]
I 675 Sicily Sicily Cossura Æ (27 mm) female head (Isis?), crowned by Nike, r.; before modius (?) COSSVRA sign of Tanit; in wreath 38 N S 9824 27 1 GIC — (REG (incuse)); GIC — (eagle standing facing, with wreath in beak); GIC — (capricorn) no no no [show] [edit]
I 676 Sicily Sicily Cossura Æ (22 mm) female head (Isis?), crowned by Nike, l.; before modius (?) COSSVRA in wreath 7 N 6126 22 12 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 676 Sicily Sicily Cossura Æ (22 mm) female head (Isis?), crowned by Nike, l.; before modius (?) COSSVRA in wreath 8 N 6127 22 12 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 676 Sicily Sicily Cossura Æ (22 mm) female head (Isis?), crowned by Nike, l.; before modius (?) COSSVRA in wreath 9 N 6128 22 12 1 GIC — (DD with branch between) no no no [show] [edit]
I 729 Africa Proconsularis Africa Utica Tiberius Imp VII AD 13/21 Æ (13 mm) veiled head, r.; behind, sceptre M M IVL VTI D D (around) P P Mu 344, Alexandropoulos 113 1 N 2.5 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 926 Cyrenaica and Crete Crete Gortyn 43 BC Kydas the Cretarch Æ (26 mm) cista mystica with half-open lid, from which a serpent issues to l.; all within ivy wreath ΚΥΔΑΣ ΚΡΗΤΑΡΧΑΣ; ΚΡΗ-ΤΑΙ/Ε-Ω/Ν (in field) Zeus standing facing, head r., holding thunderbolt in r. hand and eagle in l. hand between two coiled serpents with heads erect Sv 1 (Province) 2 N 7581 Sv, pl. XXXII, 1 11.9 26 12 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 976 Cyrenaica and Crete Crete Cnossus M Aimili ; T Fufius Leaded bronze (19 mm) Agrippa C I N C EX D D bare head of Agrippa (?), r.; labyrinth, r. M AIMI(LI) T FVFIVS (or FVFIO) IIVI(R)(I) bare head of Augustus, r. Sv 34 26 N Fiorelli 89 5.56 12 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 977 Cyrenaica and Crete Crete Cnossus C Petronius ; M Antonius Æ (21 mm) Augustus C I N CN bare head of Augustus, r. C PETRONIO M ANTONIO(S) IIVIR EX D D labyrinth Sv 188–9, FITA 262 (2) 29 N Fiorelli 91 6.99 6 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 996 Cyrenaica and Crete Crete Cnossus Pulcher ; Varius Æ (22 mm) Caligula C CAESAR AVG GERMANICVS laureate head of Caligula, r. GERM CAESAR PVLCHRO III VARIO IIVIR laureate head of Germanicus, r. Sv 204 41 N F 7426 6.92 6 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 1004 Cyrenaica and Crete Crete Cnossus Capito ; Cytherus Æ (25 mm) Augustus DIVVS AVGVSTVS CYNTHERO ITER IIVIR radiate head of Divus Augustus, l. VICTORIA AVG CAPITONE ITER IIVIR Victory holding wreath and palm, l. Amandry, BCH 1977, 242 axis: 12 or 6 5 N F 7410 9.22 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 1004 Cyrenaica and Crete Crete Cnossus Capito ; Cytherus Æ (25 mm) Augustus DIVVS AVGVSTVS CYNTHERO ITER IIVIR radiate head of Divus Augustus, l. VICTORIA AVG CAPITONE ITER IIVIR Victory holding wreath and palm, l. Amandry, BCH 1977, 242 axis: 12 or 6 6 N F 7411 12.52 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 1007 Cyrenaica and Crete Crete Cnossus c.AD 55-60 Lupinus ; Volumnius Æ (21 mm) Nero NERO CLAV CAES AVG IMP [ ] LVPIN(O) VOLVMNIO IIV(IR) bare head of Nero, r., with drapery on l. shoulder DIVVS CLAVDIVS VOLVMNIO LVPINO IIV(IR)(I) bare head of Divus Claudius, r. Sv 216 15 N F 7431 5.54 6 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 1014 Cyrenaica and Crete Crete Cydonia Æ (20 mm) Augustus ΚΑΙ ϹΑΡ radiate head of Divus Augustus, r. ΚΥΔΩΝΙΑΤΑΝ infant Miletus to l. suckled by a bitch to r. Sv 96 corr. 2 N FITA, pl. XII. 7 4 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 1119 Achaea Corinthia Corinth 42 or 41 BC L Cas ; M Insteius C f Tectus Æ (19 mm) CORINT, Q (in field r.), S (countermark, in field, l.) Victory advancing, r., holding palm in l. hand INST L CAS IIVIR chimera, l. BMC 526–8, Amandry IIIb, pp. 126–7 axis: var., 7 obv. dies 1 N S 11090 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 1222 Achaea Corinthia Corinth AD 68-9 L Caninius Agrippa Bronze (20 mm) NEPTVNO AVG head of Neptune, r., bound with taenia; trident behind neck L CAN AGRIPPAE IIVI(R) COR Isthmos standing facing, holding rudder in each hand Amandry XXIV 71–3, pp. 236 axis: var., 24 obv. dies (RPC 1, 1210-22) 1 N 12359 1 no no yes [show] [edit]
I 1233 Achaea Corinthia Corinth 44-31 BC Æ (12 mm) Chimaera, r. CORINT Pegasus flying, r. BMC 684, Amandry An. F2–F4, pp.240 axis: var., 5 obv. dies 2 N F7401 12 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 1252 Achaea Peloponnesus Patras after 2 BC Æ (20 mm) Augustus PATER bare head of Augustus, r. C A A P, PATRIAE man ploughing with two oxen, r. BMC 18, Cop 167, AMC 1152 axis: var 29 N 7476 5.74 20 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 1252 Achaea Peloponnesus Patras after 2 BC Æ (20 mm) Augustus PATER bare head of Augustus, r. C A A P, PATRIAE man ploughing with two oxen, r. BMC 18, Cop 167, AMC 1152 axis: var 30 N 7477 5.7 20 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 1253 Achaea Peloponnesus Patras Copper (26 mm) Augustus DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER radiate head of Augustus, l. COL A A PATRENS togate man, holding measuring rod (?) and vexillum with two oxen, l. BMC 19, Cop 168 axis: var 57 N 7478 9.25 26 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 1253 Achaea Peloponnesus Patras Copper (26 mm) Augustus DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER radiate head of Augustus, l. COL A A PATRENS togate man, holding measuring rod (?) and vexillum with two oxen, l. BMC 19, Cop 168 axis: var 58 N 7479 11.51 26 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 1253 Achaea Peloponnesus Patras Copper (26 mm) Augustus DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER radiate head of Augustus, l. COL A A PATRENS togate man, holding measuring rod (?) and vexillum with two oxen, l. BMC 19, Cop 168 axis: var 59 N 7480 8.07 26 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 1253 Achaea Peloponnesus Patras Copper (26 mm) Augustus DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER radiate head of Augustus, l. COL A A PATRENS togate man, holding measuring rod (?) and vexillum with two oxen, l. BMC 19, Cop 168 axis: var 60 N 7481 11.14 26 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 1253 Achaea Peloponnesus Patras Copper (26 mm) Augustus DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER radiate head of Augustus, l. COL A A PATRENS togate man, holding measuring rod (?) and vexillum with two oxen, l. BMC 19, Cop 168 axis: var 61 N 7482 9.8 26 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 1253 Achaea Peloponnesus Patras Copper (26 mm) Augustus DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER radiate head of Augustus, l. COL A A PATRENS togate man, holding measuring rod (?) and vexillum with two oxen, l. BMC 19, Cop 168 axis: var 62 N 7483 9.2 26 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 1253 Achaea Peloponnesus Patras Copper (26 mm) Augustus DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER radiate head of Augustus, l. COL A A PATRENS togate man, holding measuring rod (?) and vexillum with two oxen, l. BMC 19, Cop 168 axis: var 63 N S 11105 8.35 26 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 1253 Achaea Peloponnesus Patras Copper (26 mm) Augustus DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER radiate head of Augustus, l. COL A A PATRENS togate man, holding measuring rod (?) and vexillum with two oxen, l. BMC 19, Cop 168 axis: var 64 N S 11106 7.82 26 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 1253 Achaea Peloponnesus Patras Copper (26 mm) Augustus DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER radiate head of Augustus, l. COL A A PATRENS togate man, holding measuring rod (?) and vexillum with two oxen, l. BMC 19, Cop 168 axis: var 65 N S 11107 9.03 26 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 1255 Achaea Peloponnesus Patras Copper (25 mm) Claudius TI CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG GERM(ANICV) head of Claudius, l. LIBERIS AVG COL A A P crossed cornucopias with small bust of the three children of Claudius axis: var 2 N 7489 25 1 5772 GERMANICV no no no [show] [edit]
I 1255 Achaea Peloponnesus Patras Copper (25 mm) Claudius TI CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG GERM(ANICV) head of Claudius, l. LIBERIS AVG COL A A P crossed cornucopias with small bust of the three children of Claudius axis: var 3 N S 11108 13.38 25 1 5772 GERMANICV no no no [show] [edit]
I 1256 Achaea Peloponnesus Patras Copper (25 mm) Claudius TI CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG GERM(ANICVS) head of Claudius, l. COL A A PATR X XII aquila between two standards BMC 21, Cop 170 22 N 7484 7.15 25 1 GERMANICVS no no no [show] [edit]
I 1256 Achaea Peloponnesus Patras Copper (25 mm) Claudius TI CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG GERM(ANICVS) head of Claudius, l. COL A A PATR X XII aquila between two standards BMC 21, Cop 170 23 N 7488 11.05 25 1 GERMANICVS no no no [show] [edit]
I 1256 Achaea Peloponnesus Patras Copper (25 mm) Claudius TI CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG GERM(ANICVS) head of Claudius, l. COL A A PATR X XII aquila between two standards BMC 21, Cop 170 44 N 7485 9.37 25 1 GERM no no no [show] [edit]
I 1256 Achaea Peloponnesus Patras Copper (25 mm) Claudius TI CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG GERM(ANICVS) head of Claudius, l. COL A A PATR X XII aquila between two standards BMC 21, Cop 170 45 N 7486 10.34 25 1 GERM no no no [show] [edit]
I 1256 Achaea Peloponnesus Patras Copper (25 mm) Claudius TI CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG GERM(ANICVS) head of Claudius, l. COL A A PATR X XII aquila between two standards BMC 21, Cop 170 46 N 7487 7.88 25 1 GERM no no no [show] [edit]
I 1256 Achaea Peloponnesus Patras Copper (25 mm) Claudius TI CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG GERM(ANICVS) head of Claudius, l. COL A A PATR X XII aquila between two standards BMC 21, Cop 170 47 N S 11109 8.6 25 1 GERM no no no [show] [edit]
I 1282 Achaea Peloponnesus Patras Copper (24 mm) Nero IMPERATOR GALBA bare head of Nero, l. COL A A PATR(AI), X, XII aquila between two standards BMC 24, Cop 174 axis: var. 13 N 7490 24 1 PATR no no no [show] [edit]
I 1282 Achaea Peloponnesus Patras Copper (24 mm) Nero IMPERATOR GALBA bare head of Nero, l. COL A A PATR(AI), X, XII aquila between two standards BMC 24, Cop 174 axis: var. 14 N 7491 24 1 PATR no no no [show] [edit]
I 1373 Achaea Epirus Nicopolis Reign of Nero, probable attribution to Nicopolis (see introduction) Copper Nero ΝΕΡΩΝΙ ΑΠΟΛΛΩΝΙ ΚΤΙϹΤΗ laureate head of Nero, r. ΝΕΡΩΝΟϹ(orΣ) (ΝΙΚΗ) Nike standing, l., with wreath and palm Levy NC 1989, 62, nos 7–12, Calomino 11 axis: var 7 N S11400 Apollonishieron RIN 1897, tav. V.2 25 1 8890 8891 no no no [show] [edit]
I 1378 Achaea Epirus Buthrotum Triumviral period L Cornelius ; P Dastidius Æ (22 mm) P DASTIDIVS L CORNELIVS laureate head of Jupiter, r. DD, II VIR Q A (in exergue) bull, r. MG 139, no. 30 10 N 12 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 1386 Achaea Epirus Buthrotum L Ateius Fuscus ; M Pullienus Æ (16 mm) M PVLLIENVS ET FVSCVS dolphin and trident QVIN BVTHR head of bull, r.; all in wreath MG 139, no. 33 axis: var 1 N S 10322 3.85 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 1612 Macedonia Macedonia Koinon of Macedonia Copper (23 mm) Claudius ΤΙ ΚΛΑΥΔΙΟΣ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ head of Claudius, l. ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΣ ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΩΝ Macedonian shield AMNG 238–9, BMC 145, Cop 1334 axis: var 28 N 6507 23 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 1612 Macedonia Macedonia Koinon of Macedonia Copper (23 mm) Claudius ΤΙ ΚΛΑΥΔΙΟΣ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ head of Claudius, l. ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΣ ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΩΝ Macedonian shield AMNG 238–9, BMC 145, Cop 1334 axis: var 29 N S 9970 23 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 1612 Macedonia Macedonia Koinon of Macedonia Copper (23 mm) Claudius ΤΙ ΚΛΑΥΔΙΟΣ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ head of Claudius, l. ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΣ ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΩΝ Macedonian shield AMNG 238–9, BMC 145, Cop 1334 axis: var 30 N S 9971 23 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 1614 Macedonia Macedonia Koinon of Macedonia Copper (23 mm) Nero ΝΕΡΩΝ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ head of Nero, l. ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΣ ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΩΝ Macedonian shield AMNG 242, BMC 146, Cop 1335 19 N 6508 23 6 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 1614 Macedonia Macedonia Koinon of Macedonia Copper (23 mm) Nero ΝΕΡΩΝ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ head of Nero, l. ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΣ ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΩΝ Macedonian shield AMNG 242, BMC 146, Cop 1335 20 N 6509 23 6 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 1743 Thrace Thrace Sestus Æ (17 mm) Claudius ΤΙ ΚΛΑΥΔ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ bare head of Claudius, r. ϹΗϹΤΙΩΝ lyre 3 N 6472 17 12 1 GIC 320 (eagle facing, head r., wings open) no no no [show] [edit]
I 2048 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Nicaea c. 50 P. Pasidienus Firmus Brass (20 mm) Claudius ΤΙ ΚΛΑΥΔΙΟΣ ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΣ ΓΕΡΜΑΝΙΚΟΣ bare head of Claudius, r. ΠΑΣΙΔΙΗΝΟΣ ΦΙΡΜΟΣ ΠΑΤΡΩΝ ΠΟ (around) ΑΝΘΥΠΑΤΟΣ, ΝΕΙΚ (monogram) Rec 26 7 N S11271 20 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 2063 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Nicomedia c. 25 BC Thorius Flaccus Æ (21 mm) ΗΡΑ ΛΑΝΟΙΑ, ΝΙΚΟΜΗ head of Juno Lanuvia, r. ΕΠΙ ΑΝΘΥΠΑΤΟΥ ΘΩΡΙΟΥ boar, r.; monograms: the first one including the letters ΡΜΕ (and more), the second one including the letter Δ (and more) Rec 11 3 N 7821 Rec, pl. LXXXVIII.26 21 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 2115 Bithynia-Pontus Paphlagonia Sinope Year 23 24/23 BC Æ (21 mm) G. Julius Caesar C I F AN XXIII laureate head of Caesar?, r. EX D D bare head of Augustus?, r. Rec 81 = 84, FITA 253 (7) 3 N 7743 see Rec 21 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 2116 Bithynia-Pontus Paphlagonia Sinope Year 23 24/23 BC Leaded bronze (17 mm) Augustus C I F [AN] XXIII bare head of Augustus, l. star of eight rays Rec 83, FITA 253 (8) 3 N see FITA 17 1 no no no [show] [edit]
I 2319 Asia (conventus of Adramyteum) Troas Tenedus Æ (16 mm) Augustus head of Augustus, r.; behind, monogram of ΜΓ; before, monogram of ΔΟ and double axe ΤΕΝΕ laureate head of Apollo, r. MG 270, no. 207 1 N 7980 HN 551 = MG, no. 207 = Grant, FITA 351 2.12 16 1 no no yes [show] [edit]
I 5451 Uncertain Uncertain Uncertain Æ (38 mm) Tiberius TI CAESARI AVGVSTO D D COL bare head of Tiberius, r. PACE A VG PERP altar with two doors; all in wreath APT 17 The attribution of this series to Carthage was proposed by Grant, APT,17. He only knew the B specimen, which clearly reads TI CAESARI AVGVSTO D D COL, but Lagoy, describing his own coin (Mélanges de Numismatique (Aix, 1845), p. 2 and pl. II,1), had read COL K and attributed it to Carthago Nova; Lagoy's coin is now part of the de Luynes collection in P but not included in Babelon's catalogue, which explains why Grant did not know it. Its obverse legend does not have a K, as it is proved by the V specimen, which is struck with the same obverse die, but is in better condition.Grant's attribution is based on stylistic considerations, which are far from obvious; an attribution to Parium has also been proposed (CNR X, pp. 201-2), but seems unlikely.The mere indication of COL is curious, as strange as the reverse legend PACE AVG(-VSTA or -VSTI) PERP(ETVA) in the ablative and the type of an altar with two doors and no panels. The type might suggest Spain(e.g., Ilici), but the central cavity on the flans of the four specimens points towards the east.The series is struck on flans with a diameter of 37-9 mm and a weight of· 26.36 g. This suggests a sestertius, though the coins have a rather medallic aspect.The first mention of this series figures in S. Erizzo, Discorso sopra lemedaglie degli Antichi (Venice, 1568), p. 195. In view of all the special characteristics of this series, a Renaissance invention cannot be excluded, even if at least three obverse dies have been cut. Axis: 6 or 12 5 N Fiorelli 172 23.26 38 6 1 no no no [show] [edit]
II 51 Crete Crete Cydonia Helvios Æ (18 mm) Domitian ΚΑΙϹΑΡ ΔΟΜΙΤΙΑΝΟϹ laureate head of Domitian, r. ΕΠΙ ΕΛΒΙΟΥ (ΟΥ retrograde) infant Miletus to l., suckled by a bitch to r. Sv 147 Axis: 6 or 12 5 N Sv pl. X.21 18 1 3264 3265 no no no [show] [edit]
II 219 Achaea Peloponnesus Patras AD 85/6 Æ (34 mm) INDVLGENTIAE AVG MONETA INPETRATA bust of Indulgentia to r., draped, veiled and with stephane CAESARI AVGVSTO COL A A P slow quadriga to r. driven by triumphator with sceptre in l. hand B.E. Levy, 'lndulgentiae Avgvsti moneta inpetrata: a Flavian episode', in (eds) H. Huvelin, M. Christol and G. Gautier, Mélanges de Numismatique offerts à P. Bastien (Wetteren, 1987), pp. 39–40 Axis: var. Augustus or Domitian on the reverse? 3 N 26.52 34 1 no no no [show] [edit]
III 14 Cyrenaica and Crete Crete Koinon of Crete c. 115 (?) Æ (31 mm) Trajan ΑΥΤΟΚΡΑΤⲰΡ ΑΥΓ ΤΡΑΙΑΝΟϹ ΓΕΡ ΔΑΚΙ laureate head of Trajan, r., with drapery on l. shoulder ΚΟΙΝΟΝ ΚΡΗΤΩΝ Zeus draped, seated l., holding Nike in extended r. hand, his l. resting on sceptre; at his feet, eagle to l., looking back Sv 64 corr. Rev. legend clockwise or anticlockwise starting at 12 or 6 7 N 7583 Sv pl. XXXIV, 2 1 no no no [show] [edit]
III 27 Cyrenaica and Crete Crete Koinon of Crete c. 115 (?) Æ (28 mm) Trajan ΑΥΤΟΚΡΑΤⲰΡ ΑΥΓ ΤΡΑΙΑΝΟϹ ΓΕΡ ΔΑΚΙ laureate bust of Trajan, with paludamentum on l. shoulder, viewed from front, l. ΚΟΙΝΟΝ ΚΡΗΤⲰΝ Europa on bull, r.; below, dolphin, to r. Sv 76 Rev. legend clockwise starting at 9 5 N Sv. Pl. XXXIV, 14: rev. 1 no no no [show] [edit]
III 72 Cyrenaica and Crete Crete Koinon of Crete Æ (28 mm) Hadrian ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙϹ ΤΡΑΙ ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟϹ ϹΕΒΑ laureate and cuirassed bust of Hadrian, with paludamentum, seen from rear, r. ΚΟΙΝΟΝ ΚΡΗΤⲰΝ Athena Alkis standing r., holding spear in raised r. hand, shield on l. arm Sv 97 Obv. legend is clockwise and starts at 6 2 N 7598 1 no no no [show] [edit]
III 377 Achaea Peloponnesus Argos Æ (20 mm) Hadrian ΑΥΤ ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟϹ ΚΤΙϹΤΗϹ laureate bust of Hadrian to r., with paludamentum ΑΡΓΕΙⲰΝ peacock facing NCP 34–35/7, BMC 154, F-M, D. j/R 35 2 N Fiorelli 7558 1 no no no [show] [edit]
III 492 Achaea Epirus Nicopolis Æ (19 mm) Trajan ΑΥΤ ΤΡΑΙΑΝΟϹ ϹⲰΤΗΡ ΠΟΛΕⲰϹ laureate head of Trajan, r., with drapery (small aegis) on l. shoulder ΝΕΙΚΟΠΟΛΙϹ Nike standing r., holding wreath in r. hand and palm on l. shoulder Oikonomidou Trajan 28–37 and Oikonomidou Hadrian 40, Calomino 26B/1–2 11 N F 6813 Oikonomidou Trajan 34α and pl. 14 3.9 1 no no no [show] [edit]
III 554 Achaea Epirus Nicopolis Æ (18 mm) Aelius Λ ΑΙΛΙΟϹ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ bare head of Aelius, r. ΝΙΚΟΠΟΛΕⲰϹ galley with six rowers, l.; on the deck, figure standing with extended r. arm (Octavian in military dress?) Oikonomidou Aelius 12–15, Calomino 146 5 N 6814 Oikonomidou Aelius 15β 4.25 1 no no no [show] [edit]
III 635 Macedonia Macedonia Koinon of Macedonia AD 129 onwards Æ (21 mm) Hadrian ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟϹ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ laureate and cuirassed bust of Hadrian, with paludamentum, seen from rear, r. ΚΟΙΝΟΝ ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΩΝ Macedonian shield AMNG 256–7, Varbanov 3028 19 added 13.10.16 8 N 6511-2 1 no no no [show] [edit]
III 1516 Asia (conventus of Cyzicus) Mysia Cyzicus Hadrian Olympius AD 129 onwards Æ (35 mm) Hadrian ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙϹ ΤΡΑΙ ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟϹ ΟΛΥΜΠΙΟϹ laureate head of Hadrian, r. ΚΥΖΙΚΗΝΩΝ round building with plain masonry walls, a two-leaved door high up on the facade, surmounted by three feminine figures; the central figure holds two torches, the figures on l. and r. one; the building is flanked, l. and r., by torches with entwined serpent SNG France 638 4 N Fiorelli 7882 1 no no no [show] [edit]
III 1516 Asia (conventus of Cyzicus) Mysia Cyzicus Hadrian Olympius AD 129 onwards Æ (35 mm) Hadrian ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙϹ ΤΡΑΙ ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟϹ ΟΛΥΜΠΙΟϹ laureate head of Hadrian, r. ΚΥΖΙΚΗΝΩΝ round building with plain masonry walls, a two-leaved door high up on the facade, surmounted by three feminine figures; the central figure holds two torches, the figures on l. and r. one; the building is flanked, l. and r., by torches with entwined serpent SNG France 638 5 N Fiorelli 7883 1 no no no [show] [edit]
III 1980 Asia (conventus of Smyrna) Ionia Smyrna AD 134/5 M. Antonius Polemon Æ (37 mm) Antinous ΑΝΤΙΝΟΟϹ ΗΡΩϹ bare head of Antinous, l. ΠΟΛΕΜΩΝ ΑΝΕΘΗΚΕ ϹΜΥΡΝΑΙΟΙϹ ram, r.; in front, caduceus Blum Smyrna 4–7, Klose XLVI, 28–32 In addition, Lyon Klose 32/3 is a cast coin and not listed here. The option here is to consider that Klose’s R28 has a caduceus 15 added 1.11.16 8 N 8206 43.18 1 no no no [show] [edit]
III 1982 Asia (conventus of Smyrna) Ionia Smyrna AD 134/5 M. Antonius Polemon Æ (37 mm) Antinous ΑΝΤΙΝΟΟϹ ΗΡΩϹ bare head of Antinous, l. ΠΟΛΕΜΩΝ ΑΝΕΘΗΚΕ ϹΜΥΡΝΑΙΟΙϹ prow, r. Blum Smyrna 1–2, Klose XLVI, 34–36 4 N 8207 41.98 1 no no no [show] [edit]
III 2090 Asia (conventus of Ephesus) Lydia Nysa Æ (29 mm) Hadrian ΑΥΤΟΚΡΑΤΩΡ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ ΤΡΑΙΑΝΟϹ ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟϹ ϹΕΒ laureate, draped and cuirassed (decorated with radiate bust of Helios), bust of Hadrian, r. ΝΥϹΑΕΩΝ ΚΑΜΑΡΕΙΤΗϹ Mên, wearing Phrygian cap, short chiton, long cloak and boots, standing facing, head l., holding patera in his extended r. hand, l. resting on staff Regling 70 Inscriptions completed from the new /3; also radiate bust on cuirass rather than aegis. See 2221A for a new coin of Euippe with a similar radiate bust on the cuirass. III, 2342, alliance of Nysa and Laodicea, was included with the coins of Laodicea, but is probably of Nysa, in view of the similarity of the obverse. 3 added 14.1.18 2 N Fiorelli 8398 1 no no no [show] [edit]
III 2096 Asia (conventus of Miletus) Ionia Samos Æ (33 mm) Trajan ΑΥ ΝΕΡ ΤΡΑΙΑΝΟϹ ΚΑΙ ϹΕΒ ΓΕΡ ΔΑΚΙΚΟϹ laureate head of Trajan, r., with drapery on l. shoulder ϹΑΜΙΩΝ statue of Hera Samia, r. facing Emperor in military dress, his r. hand raised, holding spear in l. , standing l.; to r., prow, l. Schultz, ‘Trajan auf Samos’, p. 182, I, 6 1 N Fiorelli 8268 16.59 33 1 no no yes [show] [edit]
III 2099 Asia (conventus of Miletus) Ionia Samos Æ (18 mm) Trajan ΑΥΤΟΚΡΑΤΩΡ ΤΡΑΙΑΝΟϹ laureate head of Trajan, r., with drapery on l. shoulder ΠΥΘΑΓΟΡΗϹ ϹΑΜΙΩΝ Pythagoras seated l., his r. hand raised Schultz, ‘Trajan auf Samos’, p. 182, III, 10–12 5 N Fiorelli 8269 5.62 1 the reverse legend is ΠΟΑΓΛΡ[ ] (sic) no no no [show] [edit]
III 2183 Asia (conventus of Alabanda) Caria Rhodes Æ (33 mm) Trajan ΑΥΤΟΚΡΑΤΟΡΑ ΚΑΙϹΑΡΑ ΝΕΡΟΥΑΝ ΤΡΑΙΑΝ laureate head of Trajan, r. ΡΟΔΙΩΝ ΔΙΔΡΑΧΜΟΝ Dionysus wearing himation standing l., caressing with his r. hand a pantheress, his l. hand resting on thyrsus BMC 418 5 N 8446 1 no no no [show] [edit]
III 2184 Asia (conventus of Alabanda) Caria Rhodes Æ (34 mm) Trajan ΑΥΤΟΚΡΑΤΟΡΑ ΚΑΙϹΑΡΑ ΝΕΡΟΥΑΝ ΤΡΑΙΑΝ laureate head of Trajan, r. ΡΟΔΙΩΝ ΔΙΔΡΑΧΜΟΝ Poseidon naked standing l., his r. foot on prow, holding acrostolium in r. hand, l. resting on trident 3 N 8444 1 no no no [show] [edit]
III 2184 Asia (conventus of Alabanda) Caria Rhodes Æ (34 mm) Trajan ΑΥΤΟΚΡΑΤΟΡΑ ΚΑΙϹΑΡΑ ΝΕΡΟΥΑΝ ΤΡΑΙΑΝ laureate head of Trajan, r. ΡΟΔΙΩΝ ΔΙΔΡΑΧΜΟΝ Poseidon naked standing l., his r. foot on prow, holding acrostolium in r. hand, l. resting on trident 4 N 8445 1 no no no [show] [edit]
III 2222 Asia (conventus of Alabanda) Caria Orthosia Æ (31 mm) Trajan ΑΥΤ (ΝΕΡΒ) ΤΡΑΙΑΝΟϹ ΚΑΙ(ϹΑΡ) ΓΕΡ(Μ) ΔΑΚΙΚΟϹ laureate head of Trajan, r. ΟΡΘΩϹΙΕΩΝ Dioscuri standing facing, looking at each other, between horses Delrieux 53/20–22 4 N Fiorelli 8400 1 tooled, ΑΥΤ ΝΕΡΒ ΤΡΑΙΑΝΟC ΚΑΙCΑΡ ΓΕΡ ΔΑΚΙΚΟC no no no [show] [edit]
III 2523 Asia (conventus of Sardis) Phrygia Tiberiopolis No magistrate name First half of the second century Æ (18 mm) ΔΗΜΟϹ head of Demos, r. ΤΙΒΕΡΙΟΠΟΛΙΤ Dionysus standing l., holding cantharus in his r. hand, l. resting on thyrsus vA, Phryg. 1178–80, Martin, Demos Tiberiopolis 2 2 N 8643 2.5 1 no no no [show] [edit]
III 3408 Cyprus Cyprus Koinon of Cyprus AD 114-6 Brass (33 mm) Trajan ΑΥΤΟΚΡ ΚΑΙϹ ΝΕΡ ΤΡΑΙΑΝΩ ΑΡΙϹΤΩ ϹΕΒ ΓΕΡΜ ΔΑΚ laureate and draped bust of Trajan, r., seen from rear ΔΗΜΑΡΧ ΕΞ ΥΠΑΤΟ Ϛ ΚΟΙΝΟΝ ΚΥΠΡΙΩΝ Zeus Salaminios standing facing, holding patera in r. hand, l. hand resting on a short sceptre; eagle on l. arm BMC 40–41; Parks 20b 21 N Fiorelli 8539 1 no no no [show] [edit]
III 3408 Cyprus Cyprus Koinon of Cyprus AD 114-6 Brass (33 mm) Trajan ΑΥΤΟΚΡ ΚΑΙϹ ΝΕΡ ΤΡΑΙΑΝΩ ΑΡΙϹΤΩ ϹΕΒ ΓΕΡΜ ΔΑΚ laureate and draped bust of Trajan, r., seen from rear ΔΗΜΑΡΧ ΕΞ ΥΠΑΤΟ Ϛ ΚΟΙΝΟΝ ΚΥΠΡΙΩΝ Zeus Salaminios standing facing, holding patera in r. hand, l. hand resting on a short sceptre; eagle on l. arm BMC 40–41; Parks 20b 22 N Fiorelli 8540 1 no no no [show] [edit]
III 3409 Cyprus Cyprus Koinon of Cyprus AD 114-6 Brass (27 mm) Trajan ΑΥΤΟΚΡ ΚΑΙϹ ΝΕΡ ΤΡΑΙΑΝΩ ΑΡΙϹΤΩ ϹΕΒ ΓΕΡΜ ΔΑΚ radiate and cuirassed bust of Trajan, r., with paludamentum, seen from front ΔΗΜΑΡΧ ΕΞ ΥΠΑΤΟ Ϛ ΚΟΙΝΟΝ ΚΥΠΡΙΩΝ temple of Aphrodite at Paphos, in which conical xoanon BMC 38; Parks 20a Atomic absorption spectrophotometry on 1: Cu 79,7% Zn 13,3% 13 N Fiorelli 8542 1 no no no [show] [edit]
III 3662 Syria Syria Antioch Orichalcum coinage struck in Rome for circulation in Syria AD 116 Æ (24 mm) Trajan IMP CAES NER TRAIANO OPTIMO AVG GER DAC PARTHICO radiate cuirassed bust of Trajan, with paludamentum, seen from rear, r. S C wreath RIC —; Strack 477; McAlee — (214, n. 374); Woytek 932 1 N Fiorelli 7794 = Woytek Taf. 133 9.36 1 no no no [show] [edit]
III 5804 Egypt Egypt Alexandria L IϚ = year 16 AD 131/2 Æ (27 mm) Sabina ϹΑΒΙΝΑ ϹƐΒΑϹΤΗ bust of Sabina (hair on top of head), r. L ΙϚ Hermanubis standing facing, head r., holding caduceus and palm-branch; to r., small figure of Elpis, l. 3 N Fiorelli 9884 1 'LΙ(Ζ)?': probably year 16 rather than 17 no no no [show] [edit]
III 6290 Egypt Egypt Alexandria Arsinoite (nome of Upper Egypt) Æ (34 mm) Trajan ΑΥΤ ΤΡΑΙΑΝ ϹΕΒ ΓΕΡ ΔΑΚΙΚ laureate bust of Trajan, r., nude and with aegis on l. shoulder ΑΡϹΙΝΟΙΤΗϹ, L ΙΓ young Sobek/Kronos standing, l., holding harpa in l. hand, and bust of Premarres (Amenemhet III), r., in r. hand; before, crocodile (?), l. 2 N 10387 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 678 Achaea Corinthia Corinth Marcus and Verus, co-emperors 161-169 Æ Lucius Verus IMP CAES L AVREL VERVS AVG (first A shaped as K) laureate head of Lucius Verus with traces of drapery, r. C L I COR temple of Venus/Aphrodite with four columns in perspective on summit of Acrocorinthus; to r. of temple, Pegasus leaping, r.; at foot of rock, arched niche (on l.) and temple? (on r.); to l. of rock, tree 3 N Fiorelli 7458, cast at the Griechisches Münzwerk, Berlin 27 1 no no yes [show] [edit]
IV.1 1222 Macedonia Macedonia Thessalonica 'Pseudo-autonomous': Reign of Commodus Æ ΘƐϹϹΑΛΟΝΙΚΗ turreted, veiled and draped bust of Tyche, r. ΚΑΒ(Ɛ)ΙΡΟϹ Kabeiros standing, facing, head, l., holding rhyton (over altar) and hammer Touratsoglou, Pseudoautonomen VI J, 1–17 (Commodus D) !simtyps slightly earlier/later; !spec2: Cat 79; !revdie7: Tou says both KABI and KABeI 10 N Fiorelli 10000 5.77 18 12 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 1225 Macedonia Macedonia Thessalonica 'Pseudo-autonomous': Reign of Commodus Æ horse advancing, l.; to l., palm-branch; above horseback, star; beneath legs, inverted letter D ΘƐϹϹΑΛΟΝΙΚƐΩΝ in laurel wreath; between, laurel endings, eagle(?) Touratsoglou, Pseudoautonomen I F, 1–4 (Commodus), AMNG 31 Spec 5 Tourat. 3(5) p. 315 Time of Claudius 1/A 2 N Fiorelli 6561 1.59 15 4 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 1229 Macedonia Macedonia Thessalonica c. 180-182 Æ Commodus ΑVΤΟΚ Μ ΑΥΡ ΚΟΜΜ ΑΝΤΩΝƐΙΝοΝ laureate-headed bust of Commodus (short beard) wearing cuirass and paludamentum, r. ΘƐϹϹΑΛΟΝƐΙΚΑΙΩΝ Nike standing with foot on uncertain object (rock or helmet?), r., inscribing shield resting on tree-stump Touratsoglou, Commodus (Augustus) 44 !simtyps, difficult!!! !dat see T; !obvtyp1: Tou wronlgy 'bare bust+cuir+palu' 1 N Fiorelli 6571 Touratsoglou, Commodus (Augustus) 44, pl. 19 (V1, R39) 14.75 29 6 1 no no yes [show] [edit]
IV.1 1280 Macedonia Macedonia Koinon of Macedonia Æ Marcus Aurelius ΚΑΙϹΑΡ ΑΝΤⲰΝΙΝοϹ bare head of Marcus Aurelius, r. ΚΟΙΝοΝ ΜΑΚƐΔοΝⲰΝ (facing inward) thunderbolt with four wings AMNG 273 !simtyps; !die-axis impossible to define 4 N Fiorelli 6514$ 25 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 1282 Macedonia Macedonia Koinon of Macedonia Æ Marcus Aurelius ΚΑΙϹΑΡ ΑΝΤⲰΝΙΝοϹ laureate head of Marcus Aurelius (with traces of drapery), r. ΚΟΙΝΟΝ ΜΑΚƐΔΟΝⲰΝ (facing inward) thunderbolt with four wings AMNG 275, BMC 156, Cop 1343 $CHECK/DO !perhaps combine with simtyp $w$4277;!simtyps, e.g. with ANTW'NeINOC; !die-axis impossible to define; !revleg; O/o matter of debate, !specs 10-11 = Mi S III, 66-7; imitation exists 9 N Fiorelli 6513$, obverse with traces of drapery 13.75 25 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 1284 Macedonia Macedonia Koinon of Macedonia Æ Marcus Aurelius ΚΑΙϹΑΡ ΑΝΤⲰΝΙΝοϹ laureate-headed bust of Marcus Aurelius wearing cuirass, r. ΚοΙΝοΝ ΜΑΚƐΔοΝⲰΝ (facing inward) thunderbolt with four wings AMNG 276(1) !simtyps; !die-axis impossible to define: 6.00 or 12.00 !obvleg3: o/O debatable 1 N Fiorelli 6515$ 25 1 $CHECK perhaps simptyp $w$4287 with cuirass and paludamentum no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 1462 Thrace Thrace Pautalia Marcus and Verus, co-emperors 161-169 Quintus Tullius Maximus Æ Marcus Aurelius ΑVΤ ΚΑΙ Μ ΑVΡ ΑΝΤΩΝΙΝΟϹ laureate-headed bust of Marcus Aurelius wearing cuirass and paludamentum, r. ΗΓΕΜ ΤΟVΛΛΙΟV ΜΑΞΙΜΟV ΠΑVΤΑΛΙΩΤΩΝ nude Zeus (Keraunos) advancing, r., brandishing thunderbolt, holding eagle Ruzicka, Pautalia 35 $CHECK/DO !simtyps with other obvlegletterdistribution, might combine them with others later; V3;!deno: 5er (Ruz); !simtyp laur head only; !revleg: check X-form: Z? 1 N Fiorelli 6409$ 20.6 32 1 no no yes [show] [edit]
IV.1 1470 Thrace Thrace Pautalia Marcus and Verus, co-emperors 161-169 Quintus Tullius Maximus Æ Lucius Verus ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙ Λ ΑΥΡ ΟΥΗΡΟϹ bare-headed bust of Lucius Verus wearing cuirass and paludamentum, r. ΗΓΕΜ ΤΟVΛΛΙΟV ΜΑΞΙΜΟV ΠΑVΤΑΛΙΩΤΩΝ (Ξ shaped as エ) turreted Cybele seated, l., head, r., on lion jumping, r., resting arm on tympanum, holding long sceptre Ruzicka, Pautalia 168–70 $CHECK/DO !simtyps with other obvlegletterdistribution, might combine them with others later; V5;!deno: 5er; !revleg: o/O debatable; !addref: Mi S II, 358, no. 977 3 N Fiorelli 6410$ 20.4 30 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 1658 Thrace Thrace Serdica Marcus and Verus, co-emperors 161-169 Æ Lucius Verus ΑV ΚΑΙ Λ ΑVΡΗΛΙΟϹ ΟVΗΡΟϹ bare head of Lucius Verus, r. ϹΕΡΔΩΝ draped bust of Sarapis wearing kalathos, r. Mouchmov, Serdica 20 corr., Ruzicka, Serdica 22 corr. !obvtyp: Ruz+Mou 'laureate head', 4 clearly bare, 8 probably bare, but similar laur ver dies exist; !spec: Mi I, 365; !specs: which are in Mouchmov 4761?; 3 N 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 1692 Thrace Thrace Augusta Traiana Marcus and Verus, co-emperors 161-169 Quintus Tullius Maximus Æ Marcus Aurelius ΑV ΚΑΙ Μ ΑVΡΗ ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΟϹ laureate head of Marcus Aurelius with traces of drapery, r. ΗΓΕ ΤΟΥΛ ΜΑΞΙΜΟV ΑVΓΟVϹΤΗϹ ΤΡΑΙΑΝΗϹ (Ξ shaped as エ) city view: wall and gate between two towers with third tower in background Schönert-Geiss, MATT 24 !deno: 5; !simtyp with laur+cuir; !obvtyp: Sch wants laur head, r., but clearly traces; !legs: o/O debatable; !spec3: not in Sch., but is better than 2 1 N Fiorelli 6465$ 19.72 32 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 2321 Thrace Thrace Perinthus Æ Antoninus Pius ΑV Τ ΑΙ ΑΔΡΙΑ ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΟϹ laureate head of Antoninus Pius, r. ΠΕΡΙΝΘΙΩΝ Nike advancing, l., holding wreath and palm-branch Schönert, Perinthos 408–9, Cop 737 !deno: "1er" (Sch); !other types: Sch. 407 is a coin of thes 5 N Fiorelli 6427 Schönert, Perinthos 409, pl. 22, cast at the Griechisches Münzwerk, Berlin 21 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 2348 Thrace Thrace Perinthus Reign of Antoninus Pius or Marcus Aurelius Æ Faustina II ΦΑVϹΤΕΙΝΑ ϹΕΒΑϹΤΗ draped bust of Faustina II, r. ΠΕΡΙΝΘΙΩΝ Homonoia standing, l., (wearing kalathos), holding patera over altar and cornucopia Schönert, Perinthos 436–41, Schönert, Supplementum 29, BMC 25 !deno: "2er" (Sch); !Fittschen1o2 4 N Fiorelli 6429 Schönert, Perinthos 437, pl. 24 (rev.) 24 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 2354 Thrace Thrace Perinthus The Antonines Æ head of Dionysus (youthful) wearing ivy wreath, r. ΠΕΡΙΝΘΙΩΝ nude Heracles (bearded) standing, r., resting r. hand on hip, l. arm wrapped in lion skin, resting on club which stands on rock Schönert, Perinthos 161–8, BMC 8, Cop 726 !date: Sch. as "2nd half seca" 6 N Fiorelli 6423 Schönert, Perinthos 164, pl. 6 21 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 2356 Thrace Thrace Perinthus The Antonines Æ veiled and draped bust of Demeter, r.; to r., two poppies ΠΕΡΙΝΘΙΩΝ cista mystica with half-open lid out of which serpent creeps, r. Schönert, Perinthos 169–79, BMC 4, Cop 727 !date: Sch. as "2nd half seca"; !simtyp without 2 poppies on obv. and rev. serepent, l.; !addref4: Mi I, 401, no. 259 7 N Fiorelli 6422 Schönert, Perinthos 171, pl. 7 (rev.), cast at the Griechisches Münzwerk, Berlin 18 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 2410 Thrace Thrace Anchialus Æ Antoninus Pius ΑVΤ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ ΑΝΤΩΝΙΝΟϹ laureate head of Antoninus Pius, r. ΑΝΧΙΑΛΕΩΝ nude Heracles standing, r., resting arm on club, holding lion skin and bow(?) AMNG 421 !revtyp: AMNG says chlamys instead of lion-skin but wrong; bow might be there but uncertain !spec5 = Mi S II, 217, no. 67 4 N Fiorelli 6334$ 20 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 2456 Thrace Thrace Anchialus c. 191-192 Æ Commodus ΑV ΚΑΙ Λ ΑV ΚΟΜΟΔΟϹ laureate head of Commodus, r. ΑΓΧΙΑΛƐΩΝ Nike standing in galloping biga, r., holding palm-branch AMNG 446, Cop 430 !spec1 = Mi S II, 218, no. 79 2 N Fiorelli 6336 AMNG 446, pl. VI.18 (rev.) 21 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 2464 Thrace Thrace Anchialus Reign of Antoninus Pius or Marcus Aurelius Æ Faustina II ΦΑVϹΤΕΙΝΑ ΝΕΑ ϹΕΒΑϹΤΗ draped bust of Faustina II, r. ΑΓΧΙΑΛΕΩΝ Οr ΑΝΧΙΑΛΕΩΝ veiled Demeter seated, l., wearing stephane, holding two ears of corn and long torch AMNG 431 $CHECK/DO !revleg: AMNG says AGXIALEWN and so on 7, but 8 clearly ANXIALEWN, check others specs;!Fittschen1; !spec4 = Mi III, 585, no 225; !spec7 = Mi S II, 217, 71 3 N Fiorelli 6335$ 25 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 2585 Moesia Inferior Moesia Odessus Æ Commodus ΑVΤ Κ Μ ΑVΡ ΑΝΤ ΚΟΜΟΔΟϹ laureate head of Commodus, r. ΟΔΗϹϹƐΙΤⲰΝ to l., Kore standing, r., holding long torch and two ears of corn; to r., veiled Demeter standing, l., holding patera and long torch AMNG 2254 !obvtyp; check portrait for date, perhaps the same type as $w$4367 with W on rev.; have they got the same obv. portrait; perhaps make one type out of them. 1 N Fiorelli 6404 23 1 no no yes [show] [edit]
IV.1 2594 Moesia Inferior Moesia Odessus c. 182-184 Æ Commodus ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΥΡ ΑΝΤ ΚΟΜΟΔοϹ laureate head of Commodus, r. ΟΔΗϹϹƐΙΤΩΝ to l., Kore standing, r., holding long torch and two ears of corn; to r., veiled Demeter standing, l., holding patera and long torch AMNG 2253 !simtyps, esp. $w$4368 with W' on rev. 3 N Fiorelli 6403$ 23 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 2598 Moesia Inferior Moesia Dionysopolis Æ Antoninus Pius ΑΥΤοΚΡΑ ΑΝΤΩΝƐΙΝΩ bare head of Antoninus Pius, r. ΔΙΟΝΥϹΟΠοΛƐΙΤΩΝ Sarapis standing, facing, head, l., holding patera and cornucopia Draganov 47?$ 2 N Fiorelli 6284$ 26 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 2982 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Apamea Æ Antoninus Pius ANToNIVS AVG COS IIII laureate-headed bust of Antoninus Pius wearing cuirass and paludamentum, r., seen from centre DIA[NAE] [LVCIFER?]AE C [I C A D?] D Diana/Artemis advancing, r., holding torch in each hand !attr: uncertain, Colony likely, but not alextr: "torch in each hand" as known reverse in Apamea Bithynia or Parium: Apamea better guess: -1698265232 has ANT[ONINVS?] AVG CO[S IIII?]; Revleg: C I C [AP D D?]; revleg: DIANAE LVCIF C I C A D D as 699701319 1 N Fiorelli 7948$, under 'Alexandria Troas', cast at the Griechisches Münzwerk, Berlin 21 1 no no yes [show] [edit]
IV.1 3071 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Prusa ad Olympum c. 191-192 Æ Commodus Λ ΑΙ ΑVΡΗΛΙ ΚΟΜΜΟΔΟϹ laureate head of Commodus, r. ΠΡΟVⳞΑΕΩΝ serpent-staff Rec 35(1) and Rec 36 !simtyps with obvlegvars; !legs: o/O debatable; !obvdie similar to $w$4815/1; !die-axies: staff up and revlegs starts at 7.00; 3 N 18 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 3190 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Nicaea Æ Antoninus Pius ΑVΤΟ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ ΑΝΤΩΝΙΝΟϹ bare head of Antoninus Pius, r. ΝΙΚΑΙΕΩΝ round altar entwined by serpent, head, r. Rec 100 and 102 corr. $CHECK/DO !obvleg: uncertain whether spec 1 with AVT or AVTO; !revtyp Rec 100: altar entwined by two(!) serpents;!simtyps; !obvleg: Rec 100 wrongly AVT instead AVTO, Rec 102 wrongly AYT K T AIL ADR for Rec 102; !obvtyp: Rec 102 wrongly laureate head 1 N Rec 100, pl. LXIX.6 (rev.), rev. wrongly as 'altar entwinded by two serpents' 18 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 3220 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Nicaea Æ Marcus Aurelius ΑVΤ ΚΑΙ Μ ΑVΡ ΑΝΤΩΝΙΝΟϹ ΑVΓ laureate head of Marcus Aurelius, r. ΝΙΚΑΙΕΩΝ draped bust of Sarapis wearing kalathos, r. Rec 135 !simtyp with obvleg var; 1 N 29 1 no no yes [show] [edit]
IV.1 3222 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Nicaea Æ Marcus Aurelius ]ΑVΡΗ[? ΑΝΤΩΝΙΝοc laureate-headed bust of Marcus Aurelius wearing cuirass and paludamentum(?), r. ΝΙΚΑΙΕΩ[Ν] emperor galloping, r., wearing military dress, holding spear horizontally Rec 192(1) corr. !simtyp of com with laur head only + river-god?; !obvtyp: palu uncertain; !obvleg: Rec 'AYT K M AYR ANTWNeINOC' 3 N Fiorelli 7786 29 1 GIC 65 (laureate bust r.; on obverse); GIC 254 (Nike standing r., holding wreath and palm (on obverse)) no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 3285 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Nicaea Æ Marcus Aurelius (obverse legend obscure) laureate head of Marcus Aurelius, r. [ΝΙ]ΚΑΙ[ƐΩΝ] female figure standing, r., holding uncertain object Rec 184 !type: perhaps to be eliminated 1 N worn 21 1 no no yes [show] [edit]
IV.1 3313 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Nicaea Marcus and Verus, co-emperors c. 161-162 Æ Marcus Aurelius ΑV[Τ] Μ ΑVΡΗΛΙ ΑΝΤΩΝΙ bare-headed bust of Marcus Aurelius wearing cuirass and paludamentum, r. ΝΙΚΑΙΕΩΝ turreted Homonoia standing, l., holding patera over altar and cornucopia Rec 183 !simtyp: smaller; !obvleg: Rec with AVG instead of AVT 2 N 29 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 3317 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Nicaea Marcus and Verus, co-emperors c. 161-162 Æ Marcus Aurelius ΑΥ Κ Μ ΑΥΡ ΑΝΤΩΝƐΙΝοϹ ϹƐ bare-headed bust of Marcus Aurelius wearing paludamentum, l. ΝΙΚΑΙƐⲰΝ nude Heracles advancing, r., carrying the Erymanthian boar over shoulder, holding lion skin Rec 160 !obvtyp: probably no cuirass 1 N Rec160, pl. LXX.25, obverse with traces of tooling 29 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 3426 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Nicaea Æ Commodus Α Κ Μ ΑV ΚΟ ΑΝΤΩΝΙ laureate-headed bust of Commodus wearing cuirass and paludamentum, r. ΝΙΚΑΙΕΩΝ draped(?) bust of Sarapis wearing kalathos, r. Rec 257 !simtyps 1 N 29 1 GIC 254 (Nike standing r., holding wreath and palm (on obverse)) no no yes [show] [edit]
IV.1 3458 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Nicaea Æ Commodus Α Κ Μ ΑV ΚΟΜ ΑΝΤΩΝΙΝΟϹ laureate head of Commodus, r. ΝΙΚΑΙΕΩΝ temple with four columns enclosing statue of Tyche standing, l., holding rudder and cornucopia Rec 278 bis !simtyp with six columns; !obvleg: Rec wrongly 'KO and ANTWNIN' 1 N Fiorelli 7790 27 1 GIC 65 (laureate bust r.; on obverse); GIC 254 (Nike standing r., holding wreath and palm (on obverse)) no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 3522 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Nicaea Æ Commodus Μ ΑV ΚΟΜ ΑΝΤΩΝΙΝΟϹ bare head of Commodus, r. ΝΙΚΑΙΕΩΝ lion walking, r. Rec 299, Cop 495 !date:1 looks like short beard and com(182), whereas 2 looks more like 188a with square beard 1 N Rec 299, pl. LXXV.3 15 1 no no yes [show] [edit]
IV.1 3541 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Nicaea c. 184-190 Æ Commodus Α Κ Μ ΑV Κο ΑΝΤΩΝΙΝ laureate head of Commodus, r. ΝΙΚΑΙƐΩΝ Athena standing, l., holding owl and spear; leaning against her, shield Rec 267, BMC 41, Cop 494 !simtyps, esp $w$8430 with slightl obvleg var; 2 N 27 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 3559 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Nicaea Reign of Antoninus Pius or Marcus Aurelius Æ Faustina II ΦΑΥⳞΤΕΙΝΑ ⳞΕΒΑⳞΤΗ draped bust of Faustina II, r. ΝΙΚΑΙΕΩΝ nude Heracles (bearded) reclining, l., on lion walking, r.; Heracles holding club and playing with small Eros Rec 200 !Fittschen8? 4 N 29 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 3560 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Nicaea Reign of Antoninus Pius or Marcus Aurelius Æ Faustina II ΦΑΥϹΤƐΙΝΑ ϹƐΒΑϹΤΗ draped bust of Faustina II, r. ΝΙΚΑΙƐΩΝ the three Charites, the l. one with ears of corn(?), the r. one with apple(?) Rec 205 !Fittschen6? 2 N 29 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 3582 Bithynia-Pontus Thrace Byzantium c. 147-161, soon after 147 Dionysos Æ Marcus Aurelius Μ ΑVΡΗΛΙΟϹ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ bare-headed bust of Marcus Aurelius (youthful) wearing cuirass and paludamentum, r. ΕΠΙ ΔΙΟΝVϹΟV ΤΟ Ϛ ΒVΖΑΝΤΙΩΝ (ΒVΖΑΝΤΙΩΝ ΕΠΙ) prow, r.; (above, large dot) Schönert-Geiss, Byzantion 1387–9 and 1391 !deno: "3er"; !simtyps: 1) head only, 2) direction of prow, 3) magist; !addref: Mi II, 249, no. 266 2 N Fiorelli 6355 21 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 3593 Bithynia-Pontus Thrace Byzantium c. 175 Memmi[os] Markos Heros Æ Marcus Aurelius ΑVΤ Μ ΑVΡ ΑΝΤΩΝƐΙΝοϹ laureate-headed bust of Marcus Aurelius wearing cuirass and paludamentum, r. ƐΠΙ ΜƐΜ(ΜΙ) ΜΑΡΚοV ΗΡΩοϹ ΤΟ Β ΒVΖΑΝΤΙΩΝ two torches; between, kalathos with two poppies and two ears of corn Schönert-Geiss, Byzantion 1402–3 !deno: "6er"; !simtyps 2 N Fiorelli 6356 29 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 3594 Bithynia-Pontus Thrace Byzantium c. 175 Memmi[os] Markos Heros Æ Lucilla ΑΝ ΛΟΥΚΙΛΛΑ ϹƐΒΑϹΤΗ draped bust of Lucilla, r. ƐΠΙ (Μ) ΜΑΡΚΟΥ (Η) ΤΟ Β ΒΥΖΑΝΤΙΩΝ two tunnies; top one, l.; lower one, r.; between, dolphin, r. Schönert-Geiss, Byzantion 1424–6 !Fittschen1; !deno: "5er"; !simtyps with diff magnames; !obvleg: Sch. wrongly LOVKV(sic)LLA; !addref4: Mi II, 251, no. 284 5 N Fiorelli 6358 Schönert-Geiss, Byzantion 1426, pl. 74 (V72 and R107), name of 'magistrate' obscure, perhaps similar type <IdType = -2138830758> of Thea Faustina 25 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 3606 Bithynia-Pontus Thrace Byzantium c. 178 Ai[lios] Pontikos He[ros] Æ Marcus Aurelius ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΥΡ ΑΝΤΩΝƐΙΝοc laureate-headed bust of Marcus Aurelius wearing cuirass and paludamentum, r. ƐΠΙ ΑΙ ΠοΝΤΙΚΟΥ ΗΡ ΒVΖΑΝΤΙΩΝ torch Schönert-Geiss, Byzantion 1410–11 !deno: "6er"; !simtyps 2 N Fiorelli 6357 28 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 3608 Bithynia-Pontus Thrace Byzantium c. 178 Ai[lios] Pontikos He[ros] Æ ΒΥΖΑΣ (Σ shaped as Ζ) head of Byzas (bearded) wearing helmet, r. ƐΠ(Ι) ΑΙ ΠοΝΤΙΚοΥ ΗΡ prow, l.; (in water, two dolphins) Schönert-Geiss, Byzantion 2069–70 !simtyps; !revleg2-5: Sch with eP only, but wrong 4 N Fiorelli 6351 Schönert-Geiss, Byzantion 2070/3, pl. 127 (V21 and R33), cast at the Griechisches Münzwerk, Berlin 24 1 no no yes [show] [edit]
IV.1 3616 Bithynia-Pontus Thrace Byzantium Marcus Aurelius and Commodus, co-emperors c. 178 Ai[lios] Pontikos He[ros] Æ Crispina ΒΡοVΤ ΚΡΙϹΠƐΙΝΑ ϹƐ draped bust of Crispina, r. ƐΠ ΑΙ ΠοΝΤΙΚοΥ ΗΡ ΒVΖΑΝΤΙΩΝ two tunnies; top one, r.; lower one, l.; between, dolphin, r. Schönert-Geiss, Byzantion 1459–61, BMC 70 !Fittschen1; !deno: "5er"; !simtyps with legsvar and fish reversed 3 N Fiorelli 6359 25 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 3630 Bithynia-Pontus Thrace Byzantium Second half of second century AD Æ draped bust of Artemis, r.; to l., quiver; to r., bow ΒVΖΑΝΤΙΩΝ crescent surmounted by star Schönert-Geiss, Byzantion 1908–18, Cop 498$ !deno: "3er"; !simtyps; same type but later 10 N Fiorelli 6349 Schönert-Geiss, Byzantion 1913, pl. 115 (V1 and R6), pierced 18 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 3638 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Calchedon Æ Marcus Aurelius ΑVΤ Κ Μ ΑVΡΗ ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝοc laureate head of Marcus Aurelius, r. ΚΑΛΧΑΔΟΝΙΩΝ Apollo with lyre reclining, r., on swan flying, l. Rec 64 !obvleg: Rec wrongly ANTWNINOC 1 N Rec 64, pl. XLVII.16 (rev.) 26 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 3696 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Nicomedia Æ Antoninus Pius ΑVΤ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ ΑΝΤΩΝΙΝΟϹ laureate head of Antoninus Pius, r. ΜΗΤ ΚΑΙ ΠΡΩΤ ΝΙΚΟΜΗΔΕΙ herm of veiled Hermes standing on base, facing, wearing mantle, crossing arms in front of chest; to l. at his feet, prow Rec 68 !simtyps with revleg var and without prow 1 N Rec 68, pl. XC.26 (rev.) 18 1 no no yes [show] [edit]
IV.1 3716 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Nicomedia Æ Antoninus Pius ΑΝΤΩ bare-headed bust of Antoninus Pius wearing paludamentum, r. ΝΕΙΚΟ kalathos containing ears of corn Rec 76 1 N Rec 76, pl. XC.34 17 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 3789 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Nicomedia 175-177 Æ Commodus Λ ΑVΡΗΛΙΟϹ ΚΟΜοΔοϹ Κ bare-headed bust of Commodus (youthful) wearing cuirass and paludamentum, r. ΜΗΤΡοΠο ΝƐΩ ΝƐΙΚοΜΗΔ[ΙΑϹ?] turreted, veiled and draped bust of Tyche, r.; to r., two corn-ears; below, galley, l. Rec 127 !obvleg: revleg: Rec without L and K; !revleg1: Rec ending as eIA, but DIA[C] more likely 2 N 27 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 3820 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Nicomedia Æ Commodus ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΥΡ ΚΟΜΜΟΔΟϹ ΑΝΤΩΝΙΝοϹ laureate head of Commodus (lightly bearded), r. ΔΙϹ ΝΕΩΚΟΡΩΝ ΝΙΚΟΜΗΔΕ[ΩΝ] temple with eight columns Rec 163 !simtyps 2 N on reverse, eagle in pediment 35 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 3824 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Nicomedia Æ Commodus Α Κ Μ ΑV ΚΟ ΑΝΤΩΝΙΝ laureate-headed bust of Commodus wearing cuirass, r. ΜΗΤ ΝƐΩ ΝΙΚΟ(ΜΗ) Athena standing, l., holding galley and spear; leaning against her, shield Rec 143 !obvleg: Rec wrongly AYMAY; !revtyp: Rec wrongly patera instead of galley; !illu1-2: Rec wrongly claims that the Wa-spec is illu 4 N 29 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 3845 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Nicomedia Æ Commodus [ΑV Κ Μ] ΑV ΚΟΜ ΑΝΤΩΝ[Ι]Ν (?) laureate head of Commodus, r. ΜΗΤΡΟ ΝƐΩΚο ΝΙΚοΜ(Η) eagle standing, facing, head, r., spreading wings, fighting serpent coiled around it; (in exergue, galley ?) Rec 158 corr.$ $CHECK/DO !obvleg: Rec AY K M AYR KOM(O) ANTW; !revleg: Rec as MHTR NeW NIKOMH;!simtyps with revleg vars; !revtyp: Rec says some specs with galley, but I have not seen one yet 4 N 24 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 3855 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Nicomedia Æ Commodus Α Κ Μ ΑV ΚΟ ΑΝΤΩΝΙΝ laureate head of Commodus, r. ΜΗΤΡοΠ ΝƐΩΚοΡοV ΚΑΙ ΠΡΩΤΗϹ ΝƐΙΚοΜΗΔƐΙΑϹ galley with five rowers, l.; on stern, two standards Rec 166, F. Imhoof-Blumer, JIAN 1 (1898), 32, no. 48 corr. !legs: o/O debatable; !revleg: I-B reads NeIKOMH ACIAC instead of NeIKOMHDeIAC 3 N 21 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 3856 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Nicomedia Æ Commodus Α Κ Μ ΑV ΚΟ ΑΝΤΩΝΙΝ laureate head of Commodus, r. ΜΗΤ ΝƐΩ ΝΙΚΟΜΗ serpent coiling, r. Rec 147, BMC 29 !simtyps, 1) smaller, 2) with coiled serpent head, l.; !obvleg: o or O debatable 2 N 23 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 3878 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Nicomedia Reign of Antoninus Pius or Marcus Aurelius Æ Faustina II ΦΑVϹΤΕΙΝΑ ΝΕΑ ϹΕΒΑϹ(ΤΗ) draped bust of Faustina II, r. ΝΕΩΚΟΡΩΝ ΝΙΚΟΜΗΔ lighted torch entwined by serpent, surmounted by two poppies and decorated with two ears of corn Rec 108 !Fittschen1o2; !simtyp with revleg var; !obvleg1: Rec says CEBAC only, but simtyp with such obv. die; !revleg1:NIKOMHD, not clear on 2 1 N 21 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 3887 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Iuliopolis c. 191-192 Æ Commodus Α Κ Λ Α ΑΥ Κο ΗΡΑΚ ΡΩ laureate head of Commodus, r. ΙΟVΛΙΟΠΟΛΙϹ veiled and draped bust of Tyche(?), r. Rec 8, BMC 4 !obvleg: Y/V matter of interpretation; !illu: neither spec2 nor 3, perhaps 1? 7 N 23 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 3966 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Tium Æ Antoninus Pius ΑVΤοΚΡΑΤΩΡ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ ΑΝΤΩΝƐΙΝοϹ laureate head of Antoninus Pius with traces of drapery, r. ΤΙΑΝΩΝ lighted torch Rec 52 4 N 28 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 3973 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Tium Æ Antoninus Pius ΑVΤΟ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ ΑΝΤΩΝƐΙΝΟϹ laureate head of Antoninus Pius, r. ΤΙΑΝΩΝ lighted altar decorated with bucranium Rec 59 !simtyp; !obvtyp: most of the types of piu have got traces of drapery; perhaps combine with simtyp$ 1 N Rec 59, pl. CVIII.4 (rev.) 20 1 no no yes [show] [edit]
IV.1 4013 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Tium c. 139-147 Æ Marcus Aurelius ΑΥΡΗΛΙοϹ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ bare-headed bust of Marcus Aurelius (youthful - lightly bearded) wearing paludamentum, r. ΔΙΟΝΥϹΟϹ ΚΤΙϹΤΗϹ ΤΙΑΝΩΝ Dionysus standing, l., holding cantharus and long filleted thyrsus Rec 67 1 N Rec 67, pl. CVIII.11 24 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 4037 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Tium Æ Marcus Aurelius ΜΑΡ ΑΥΡΗ ΑΝΤΩΝƐΙ bare head of Marcus Aurelius, r. ΤΙΑΝΩΝ Asclepius standing, facing, holding serpent-staff Rec 84(1) !simtyps with Asclepius, r. and laureate; !obvtyp2: clearly bare, Rec wants laur for 1 but unlikely 1 N Rec 84(1), pl. CVIII.25 (rev.), obverse perhaps with laureate head 20 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 4086 Bithynia-Pontus Paphlagonia Amastris Æ Antoninus Pius ΑVΤ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝοϹ bare head of Antoninus Pius with traces of drapery, r. Μ ΑVΡΗΛΙοΝ ΚΑΙϹΑΡΑ ΑΜΑϹΤΡΙΑΝοΙ Marcus Aurelius on horseback, r., raising r. arm, holding transverse spear Rec 74 1 N Rec 74, pl. XX.2 29 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 4120 Bithynia-Pontus Paphlagonia Amastris Æ Marcus Aurelius ΟVΗΡοϹ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ bare-headed bust of Marcus Aurelius (short beard) wearing cuirass and paludamentum, r. ΑΜΑϹΤΡΙΑΝΩΝ Asclepius standing, r., resting r. hand on hip, resting on serpent-staff Rec 79(1) !simtyps $CHECK possible obverse die link with $w$5397 2 N 20 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 4141 Bithynia-Pontus Paphlagonia Amastris c. 144-161 Æ Marcus Aurelius ΟVΗΡΟϹ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ bare-headed bust of Marcus Aurelius (lightly bearded - short beard) wearing cuirass and paludamentum, r. ΑΜΑϹΤΡΙΑΝΩΝ nude Apollo standing, r., holding uncertain object (arrow or branch?) and bow Rec 77 3 N 18 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 4163 Bithynia-Pontus Paphlagonia Amastris Marcus and Verus, co-emperors c. 161-162 Æ Marcus Aurelius ΑVΤ ΚΑΙϹ Μ ΑVΡΗΛΙΟϹ ΑΝΤΩΝΙΝΟϹ bare head of Marcus Aurelius with traces of drapery, r. ΑΜΑϹΤΡΙΑΝΩΝ nude Heracles standing, r., resting r. hand on hip, l. arm wrapped in lion skin, resting on club which stands on rock Rec 89 !auth3: bubbles and dubious border 1 N Rec 89, pl. XX.13 (rev.) 27 1 no no yes [show] [edit]
IV.1 4192 Bithynia-Pontus Paphlagonia Amastris Second century AD Æ ΟΜΗΡΟϹ diademed and draped bust of Homer, r. ΠΑΡΘΕΝΙΟϹ ΑΜΑϹΤΡΙΑΝΩΝ river-god Parthenios reclining, l., holding olive-branch and cornucopia, resting on water-urn Rec 40 !simtyps: 1) with Meles and 2) prow instead of olive-branch; !dat: included on grounds of style, Rec: imptimes; !revtyp: water-urn looks like rock, but is urn 2 N 28 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 4208 Bithynia-Pontus Paphlagonia Amastris Second century AD Æ ΖΕVϹ ϹΤΡΑΤΗΓΟϹ head of Zeus Strategos with traces of drapery, r. ΑΜΑϹΤΡΙΑΝΩΝ tripod entwined by serpent, head, r. Rec 25, BMC 12 !dat: included on grounds of style, BMC: timant 4 N 18 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 4219 Bithynia-Pontus Paphlagonia Amastris Reign of Antoninus Pius or Marcus Aurelius Æ Faustina II ΦΑVϹΤΕΙΝΑ ΝΕΑ ϹΕΒΑϹΤΗ draped bust of Faustina II, r. ΑΜΑϹΤΡΙΑΝΩΝ Dikaiosyne-Nemesis standing, l., wearing stephane, holding scales and cornucopia; to l., serpent and wheel Rec 117 !Fittschen5?; !simtyp without wheel and serpent 4 N 24 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.1 4259 Bithynia-Pontus Paphlagonia Ionopolis Abonoteichos Æ Antoninus Pius ΑV ΚΑΙ ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟϹ ΑΝΤΩΝƐΙ[ΝΟϹ] laureate head of Antoninus Pius, r. ΑΒΩΝοΤƐΙΧƐΙΤΩΝ to l., Hygieia standing, r., feeding serpent from patera; to r., Asclepius standing, facing, head, l., holding serpent-staff Rec 4 !illustration: Rec wrongly claims spec 1 from N is illustrated at pl. XVII.8, but this coin is $w$4565/1 = Cop 243. 1 N Rec 4, rev. probably illustrated at pl. XVII.9 (rev.), not at XVII.8 32 1 no no yes [show] [edit]
IV.2 352 Asia (conventus of Cyzicus) Mysia Cyzicus 'Pseudo-autonomous': Reign of Commodus (Kore Soteira) c. 180-192, some possibly earlier Æ (43 mm) ΚΟΡΗ ϹΩΤƐΙΡΑ ΚVΖΙΚΗΝΩΝ corn-wreathed and draped bust of Kore Soteira (head assimilated to portrait of Faustina II?) wearing necklace, r. ΚVΖΙΚΗΝΩΝ ΝƐΟΚΟΡΩΝ Athena seated, l., feeding serpent entwined around olive-tree from patera; with shield leaning against throne H. von Fritze, Nomisma 10 (1917), VI 7 2 N Fiorelli 7876, cast at the Griechisches Münzwerk, Berlin 42 1 8175 6420 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.2 953 Asia (conventus of Adramyteum) Mysia Adramyteum Commodus as co-emperor of Marcus 177-179 P. Ai. Regeinos II Æ (34 mm) Commodus ΑVΤΟΚΡΑ Κ Λ ΑVΡΗ ΚΟΜΟΔΟϹ laureate-headed bust of Commodus (youthful) wearing cuirass and paludamentum, r., seen from front ΕΠΙ ϹΤΡΑ Π ΑΙ ΡΗΓΕΙΝοV Β ΑΔΡΑΜVΤΗΝΩΝ to l., emperor (Marcus Aurelius, bearded) on horseback, r., wearing military dress, raising arm; to r., helmeted soldier standing, l., holding transverse military standard and shield von Fritze Mys. 118, Stauber 187 $$magname: Kraft will P AI statt MAR; vA 7199 von Franke hat noch MAR gelesen, aber vA photo & new specs clear 1 N Fiorelli 7871, obverse as 'Elagabalus' 33 1 8585 6461 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.2 1177 Asia (conventus of Pergamum) Mysia Pergamum c. 169-175 (perhaps until AD 180) T. Kl. Aristeas Æ (34 mm) Marcus Aurelius ΑV ΚΑΙ Μ ΑVΡΗΛΙΟϹ ΑΝΤΩΝΙΝΟϹ laureate-headed bust of Marcus Aurelius (long beard with long curls) wearing cuirass and paludamentum, r., seen from rear ƐΠΙ ϹΤΡΑ Τ Κ ΑΡΙϹΤƐΟV ΠƐΡΓΑΜΗΝΩΝ Β ΝƐΟΚΟΡΩΝ nude Heracles (bearded) reclining on lion skin, l., resting arm on club, holding cup Weisser 960 spec 2 = Burrell 15; Weisser CTRA K, ohne T, aber auf photo zu sehen; $$CHECK for object in Heracles' hand; !Revleg: e/E debatable 2 N 35791 = Fiorelli 7926 von Fritze, Pergamon, p. 70, pl. VI.9 (rev.) 15.15 33 5 1 8260 6486 no no yes [show] [edit]
IV.2 1243 Asia (conventus of Pergamum) Mysia Pergamum Without personal name c. 182-187 Æ (20 mm) Commodus ΑV ΚΟΜΟΔΟϹ laureate-headed bust of Commodus (medium length - long beard) wearing cuirass and paludamentum, r., seen from centre ΠƐΡΓΑΜΗΝⲰΝ Sarapis seated, l., wearing kalathos, extending arm over Cerberus, holding long sceptre Weisser 1140 2 N 35794 = Fiorelli 7929 4.63 19 12 1 8177 6506 no no yes [show] [edit]
IV.2 1255 Asia (conventus of Pergamum) Mysia Pergamum c. 184-187 Diodoros Æ (29 mm) Commodus ΑVΤ ΚΑ ΑVΡΗ ΚΟΜΟΔΟϹ laureate-headed bust of Commodus (long beard) wearing cuirass and paludamentum, r., seen from rear ƐΠΙ ϹΤΡΑ ΔΙΟΔΩΡΟV ΠƐΡΓΑΜΗΝΩΝ to l., Hygieia standing, r., feeding serpent from patera; to r., Asclepius standing, facing, head, l., holding serpent-staff Weisser 1120a, Cop 492–3 !obvleg: Weisser AV KA AVRH; obv. die similar but not identical to $w$3267/1, sort out 4 N 35793 = Fiorelli 7928 15.32 30 12 1 8371 5959 no no yes [show] [edit]
IV.2 1868 Asia (conventus of Smyrna) Ionia Smyrna Marcus and Verus, co-emperors c. 161-166 Kl. Proklos, the sophist Æ (30 mm) Marcus Aurelius ΑV ΚΙΑ(sic) Μ ΑVΡ ΑΝΤΩΝƐΙΝΟϹ laureate head of Marcus Aurelius (long beard with short curls), l. ϹΤΡΑ ΚΛ ΠΡΟΚΛΟV ϹΟΦΙϹΤΟV ϹΜVΡ turreted Amazon Smyrna seated, l., holding small temple and double axe Klose XLIX, Serie C, 15–17, Cop 1369 !simtyp with ver, r. 1 N Fiorelli 8211 12.71 6 1 8356 6780 broken no no no [show] [edit]
IV.2 1874 Asia (conventus of Smyrna) Ionia Smyrna Marcus and Verus, co-emperors c. 161-166 Kl. Proklos, the sophist Æ (26 mm) Faustina II ΦΑVϹΤƐΙΝΑ ϹƐΒΑϹΤΗ draped bust of Faustina II, r. ƐΠΙ ϹΤΡ ΚΛ ΠΡΟΚΛΟV ϹΟΦΙϹΤΟ(V) ϹΜV two Nemeses standing, facing each other, each plucking chiton, l. one holding bridle, r. one holding cubit Klose L, Serie B, 14–17 !Fittschen1or2 8 N Fiorelli 8210 9.08 12 1 8000 6792 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.2 1893 Asia (conventus of Smyrna) Ionia Smyrna 'Pseudo-autonomous': without personal name but associated through shared dies with coins of the sophist Kl. Proklos, strategos c. 161-166 Æ (19 mm) ⳞΙΠVΛΗΝΗ turreted and draped bust of Cybele Sipylene, r. ⳞΜVΡΝΑΙΩΝ lion standing, r., placing l. fore-praw on tympanum Klose VIII, Serie A, 15–17, BMC 175, Cop 1265 also Duess 40132; zwischen 169 und 175; eventuell neue time-IDmachen 5 N Fiorelli 8191 4.46 6 1 8521 6865 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.2 1894 Asia (conventus of Smyrna) Ionia Smyrna 'Pseudo-autonomous': without personal name but associated through shared dies with coins of the sophist Kl. Proklos, strategos c. 161-166 Æ (19 mm) ΖƐVϹ ΑΚΡΑΙΟϹ (Ζ may be reversed) head of Zeus Akraios, r. ϹΜVΡΝΑΙΩΝ lion walking, r. Klose VI, Serie C, 51–5, BMC 172–3, Cop 1285 Cop V9 and R47, new die-combination not recorded by Klose$$ 15 N Fiorelli 11330 4.47 9 1 8218 6843 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.2 1917 Asia (conventus of Smyrna) Ionia Smyrna Marcus and Commodus, co-emperors c. 178-179 M. Sellios Æ (35 mm) Marcus Aurelius ΑV Κ Μ ΑVΡ ΑΝΤΩΝƐΙΝΟϹ laureate-headed and draped bust of Marcus Aurelius (thin face with very long beard), r., seen from rear ϹΤΡΑ Μ ϹƐΛΛΙΟΥ ΟΜΟ ϹΜΥΡ ΝƐΙΚοΜ to l., Demeter standing, r., holding two ears of corn and long torch; to r., turreted Cybele seated, l., holding patera, resting arm on tympanum Klose LXXIX, Serie D, 15–16, Franke & Nollé 1941–4, BMC 489 also Duess 31560 7 N Fiorelli 8209 Klose LXXIX, Serie D, 16, pl. 58 (R16) = Franke & Nollé 1944, pl. 90 (rev.) 19.16 32 12 1 7957 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.2 1921 Asia (conventus of Smyrna) Ionia Smyrna Marcus and Commodus, co-emperors c. 178-179 M. Sellios Æ (30 mm) Commodus ΑV ΚΑΙ Λ ΑVΡ ΚοΜΜοΔοϹ laureate-headed bust of Commodus (youthful) wearing cuirass and paludamentum, r., seen from rear ϹΤΡ(Α) Μ ϹƐΛΛΙΟV ΟΜΟ ϹΜVΡ ΝƐΙΚΟΜ to l., turreted Amazon Smyrna advancing, r., carrying doube axe over shoulder; to r., turreted Tyche of Nicomedia standing, l., holding oar; both clasping hands; between, one or two prows Klose LXXXI, Serie D, 9–13, Franke & Nollé 1963–93, BMC 491–3 !revtyp: some coins with one prow only 2 N Fiorelli 8213 13.06 6 1 8752 6940 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.2 1921 Asia (conventus of Smyrna) Ionia Smyrna Marcus and Commodus, co-emperors c. 178-179 M. Sellios Æ (30 mm) Commodus ΑV ΚΑΙ Λ ΑVΡ ΚοΜΜοΔοϹ laureate-headed bust of Commodus (youthful) wearing cuirass and paludamentum, r., seen from rear ϹΤΡ(Α) Μ ϹƐΛΛΙΟV ΟΜΟ ϹΜVΡ ΝƐΙΚΟΜ to l., turreted Amazon Smyrna advancing, r., carrying doube axe over shoulder; to r., turreted Tyche of Nicomedia standing, l., holding oar; both clasping hands; between, one or two prows Klose LXXXI, Serie D, 9–13, Franke & Nollé 1963–93, BMC 491–3 !revtyp: some coins with one prow only 6 N Fiorelli 8214 14 6 1 8752 6940 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.2 1941 Asia (conventus of Smyrna) Ionia Smyrna c. 184-190 Ai. Herakleides Æ (35 mm) Commodus ΑV ΚΑΙ Μ ΑVΡ ΚΟΜΜΟΔΟϹ laureate-headed bust of Commodus (long beard) wearing cuirass and paludamentum, r., seen from rear ϹΤΡ ΑΙ ΗΡΑΚΛΕΙΔΟV ΟΜΟ ΑΘΗΝΑΙ ϹΜVΡΝΑΙΩΝ to l., Athena standing, r., holding spear; to r., turreted Cybele seated, l., resting arm on tympanum; both clasping hands Klose LXXXI, Serie E, 16–17, Franke & Nollé 2049–55 !Revleg: Klose with AT'HNA only but I below seat; BMC with wrong rev. leg. 2 N Fiorelli 8215 18.96 35 7 1 8449 6947 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.2 1951 Asia (conventus of Smyrna) Ionia Smyrna c. 184-190 Ai. Herakleides Æ (30 mm) Commodus ΑV ΚΑΙ Μ ΑVΡ ΚΟΜΜΟΔΟϹ laureate-headed bust of Commodus (long beard) wearing cuirass and paludamentum, r., seen from rear ϹΤΡ (ΑΙ) ΗΡΑΚΛƐΙΔΟV ϹΜVΡ ΛΑΚƐΔΑ(Ι) ΟΜΟ to l., hero Lakedaimonios standing, facing, head, r., holding branch and spear; beside, shield; to r., Zeus Akraios seated, l., holding Nike and long sceptre Klose LXXXI, Serie F, 37–8, Franke & Nollé 2119–25 5 N Fiorelli 8212 13.5 32 6 1 8228 6965 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.2 1957 Asia (conventus of Smyrna) Ionia Smyrna 'Pseudo-autonomous' c. 175-200 Æ (19 mm) ⳞΙΠVΛΗΝΗ turreted and draped bust of Cybele Sipylene, r. ⳞΜVΡΝΑΙΩΝ Athena standing, l., holding patera and spear; beside, shield Klose VIII, Serie A, 1 Tübingen SNG 3200 scheint nicht hierhin zugehören; sieht früher aus; habe draußen gelassen! 2 N Fiorelli 8192 3.77 6 1 8761 6863 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.2 2182 Asia (conventus of Ephesus) Ionia Ephesus Issue 1: Without personal name but associated with the coins of Kerreinios Paitos Loukiou, grammateus c. 138-140 Æ (30 mm) Antoninus Pius Τ ΑΙΛΙΟϹ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ ΑΝΤΩΝƐΙΝΟϹ bare-headed bust of Antoninus Pius wearing cuirass and paludamentum, r., seen from centre ΑΡΤƐΜΙϹ ƐΦƐϹΙΑ cult statue of Artemis of Ephesus standing, facing, wearing kalathos, having supports; between two stags Karwiese 198 1) unusual portrait-style 2) part of palu is erased for rev. leg; 4 N 8054 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.2 2183 Asia (conventus of Ephesus) Ionia Ephesus Issue 1: Without personal name but associated with the coins of Kerreinios Paitos Loukiou, grammateus c. 138-140 Æ (30 mm) Antoninus Pius Τ ΑΙΛΙΟϹ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ ΑΝΤΩΝƐΙΝΟϹ laureate-headed bust of Antoninus Pius wearing cuirass and paludamentum, r., seen from centre ΑΠΟΛΛΩΝ ΙΚƐϹΙΟϹ ƐΦƐϹΙΩΝ to l., Artemis standing, r., having quiver at shoulder, holding olive-branch and bow; to r., nude Apollo Hikesios standing, l., having chlamys around arm, holding bow, grasping olive-branch offered by Artemis Karwiese 223, H. Englemann, ZPE 89 (1991), pp. 273–4, BMC 238 3 N 8054 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.2 2222 Asia (conventus of Ephesus) Ionia Ephesus Issue 3 138-161 Æ (36 mm) Antoninus Pius ΑV Κ Τ ΑΙ ΑΔΡΙΑ ΑΝΤΩΝƐΙΝΟϹ laureate-headed bust of Antoninus Pius wearing aegis, r., seen from centre ΚοΙΝοΝ ΑϹΙΑϹ ƐΦƐϹΙΩΝ in centre, cult statue of Artemis of Ephesus standing, facing, wearing kalathos, having supports; between two stags; to l., Nike standing, r., crowning Artemis; to l., turreted female figure (Asia?) standing, l., holding patera and long sceptre Karwiese 245 !simtyp with obv. and cuirass and oC $w$2752 4 N 8055 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.2 2235 Asia (conventus of Ephesus) Ionia Ephesus Marcus Aurelius as Caesar (Pius Issue 2) c. 144-158 Æ (18 mm) Marcus Aurelius ΟVΗΡΟϹ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ bare-headed bust of Marcus Aurelius (lightly bearded - short beard) wearing paludamentum, r., seen from centre ƐΦƐϹΙΩΝ cult statue of Artemis of Ephesus standing, facing, wearing kalathos, having supports; between two stags Karwiese 276A, Cop 404 corr. different rev. leg. distribution form other small portraits of Marcus-caesar 4 N 8058 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.2 2295 Asia (conventus of Ephesus) Ionia Ephesus Marcus and Verus, co-emperors c. 161-165 Æ (18 mm) Marcus Aurelius Μ ΑV ΑΝΤΩΝƐΙΝοϹ laureate-headed bust of Marcus Aurelius wearing cuirass, r., seen from rear ƐΦƐϹΙΩΝ Β Ν(Ɛ(Ο)) stag standing, r. Karwiese 308 !obvleg: 7-8: Mu SNG ... ANTWNIN only; !revleg: at least 3 rev. dies 36 N 8059 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.2 2306 Asia (conventus of Ephesus) Ionia Ephesus Marcus and Verus, co-emperors c. 161-165 Æ (36 mm) Lucius Verus ΑΥ [ΚΑΙ ΛΟΥΚΙοΣ] ΑΥΡ ΟΥΗΡΟΣ laureate-headed bust of Lucius Verus wearing cuirass and paludamentum, l., seen from rear ƐΦƐΙΩΝ ΚΑΙ ϹΑΡΔΙΑΝΩΝ ΟΜΟΝΟΙΑ to l., cult statue of Artemis of Ephesus standing, facing, wearing kalathos, having supports; between two stags; to r., cult statue of Kore of Sardis standing, facing, wearing tall crown surmounted by crescent Karwiese 328, Franke & Nollé — 2 N 8060 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.2 2315 Asia (conventus of Ephesus) Ionia Ephesus c. 161-169 Æ (30 mm) Faustina II ΦΑVϹΤΙΝΑ ϹƐΒΑϹΤΗ draped bust of Faustina II, l. ΑΡΤƐΜΙϹ ƐΦƐϹΙΑ cult statue of Artemis of Ephesus standing, facing, wearing kalathos, having supports; between two stags; between star (on l.) and crescent (or star, on r.) Karwiese 343, BMC 244 !Fittschen7 9 N 8057 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.2 2321 Asia (conventus of Ephesus) Ionia Ephesus Commodus as Caesar 175-177 Æ (30 mm) Commodus Λ ΑΥΡ ΚΟΜΟΔΟϹ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ bare-headed bust of Commodus (youthful) wearing paludamentum, r., seen from rear ΑΡΤƐΜΙϹ ƐΦƐϹΙΩΝ Artemis standing in biga drawn by galloping stags, l., holding bow, drawing arrow from quiver at shoulder Karwiese 359 4 N 8062 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.2 2326 Asia (conventus of Ephesus) Ionia Ephesus Commodus as Caesar 175-177 Æ (30 mm) Commodus Λ ΑΥΡ ΚΟΜΟΔΟϹ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ bare-headed bust of Commodus (youthful) wearing paludamentum, r., seen from rear ΙƐΡΑ ΑΠΗΜΗ(sic) ƐΦƐϹΙΩΝ sacred covered wagon drawn by two mules, r.; within, driver Karwiese 361–2, BMC 251–3 32 N 8061 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.2 2337 Asia (conventus of Ephesus) Ionia Ephesus c. 182-184 Æ (23 mm) Commodus Μ ΑV ΟΛVΜ ΚΟΜΟΔΟϹ laureate head of Commodus, r. ƐΦƐϹΙΩΝ Β ΝƐΟΚ Artemis pulling down stag, r. Karwiese 372, BMC 255, Cop 409 Y oder V auf obv. leg. ist Interpretationssache.; !dies: probably 1 obv. and 2 rev .dies. 19 N 8066 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.2 2337 Asia (conventus of Ephesus) Ionia Ephesus c. 182-184 Æ (23 mm) Commodus Μ ΑV ΟΛVΜ ΚΟΜΟΔΟϹ laureate head of Commodus, r. ƐΦƐϹΙΩΝ Β ΝƐΟΚ Artemis pulling down stag, r. Karwiese 372, BMC 255, Cop 409 Y oder V auf obv. leg. ist Interpretationssache.; !dies: probably 1 obv. and 2 rev .dies. 20 N 8067 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.2 2340 Asia (conventus of Ephesus) Ionia Ephesus c. 182-184 Æ (18 mm) Commodus ΑV ΚΑΙ ΚΟΜΟΔΟϹ laureate head of Commodus, r. ƐΦƐϹΙΩΝ Artemis standing in biga drawn by galloping stags, r., drawing arrow from quiver at shoulder, holding bow Karwiese 370, Cop 408 !simtyp, larger 9 N 8065 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.2 2342 Asia (conventus of Ephesus) Ionia Ephesus c. 182-184 Æ (18 mm) Commodus Μ ΑV ΚΟΜΟΔΟϹ laureate head of Commodus, r. ƐΦƐϹΙΩΝ stag walking, r. Karwiese 375 and 307 corr., BMC 257 also Duess 39783; 10 N 8068 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.2 2528 Asia (conventus of Cyclades) Cyclades Andros Marcus and Verus, co-emperors 161-169 Æ Marcus Aurelius ; Lucius Verus ΑΥΤΟΚΡΑΤοΡΑϹ [ΑΝ?][ laureate heads of Marcus Aurelius (on r.) and Lucius Verus (on l.), facing each other ΦΑΥϹΤƐΙΝΑΝ ϹƐΒ[ ] ΑΝΔΡΙⲰΝ draped bust of Faustina II, r. Paschale 65 !Fittschen: 5o7; !attr1: Michel wonders whether obv. reads [ΑΝ]ΤΑΝΔΡΙωΝ; but 1) coin does not fit Antandrus, 2) obvdie similar to -185880403 from Andros 2 N Fiorelli 7693 1 GIC 164 (head r.) no no no [show] [edit]
IV.2 2607 Asia (conventus of Miletus) Ionia Magnesia ad Maeandrum Faustina II with early hairstyle (Fittschen 1): Probably from reign of Pius, perhaps part of issue of the grammateus Diophantos c. 147-161 Æ (19 mm) Faustina II ΦΑVϹΤΝΑ(sic) ϹƐΒΑ draped bust of Faustina II, r. ΜΑΓΝΗΤΩΝ Isis standing, l., wearing lotus, holding sistrum and situla Schultz 129 and 129A !Deno Schultz: 3; !Fittschen1or2; !Drexler gibt volle Inschrift, Sch. mit Restorationen. !Date: obvleg starts at 12.00 as on coins of Epitynchanos 1 N W. Drexler, NZ 21 (1889), 96, no. 4 = Schultz 129, pl. 9 4.34 19 1 22244 22245 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.2 3535 Asia (conventus of Cibyra) Phrygia Colossae 'Pseudo-autonomous': Second half of second century AD c. 150-200 R2 ΔΗΜΟϹ ΚΟΛΟϹ(Ϲ)ΗΝΩΝ laureate head of the Demos (youthful), r. ΚοΛοϹϹΗΝΩΝ radiate-headed Helios standing in galloping quadriga, facing, wearing radiate crown, holding torch and globe vA Phryg. II, 496–506, BMC 5, Martin, Demos, Colossae 8$ !dat: vA Phryg will coma, but I say shseca 11 N Fiorelli 8611 16.4 1 broken no no no [show] [edit]
IV.2 3537 Asia (conventus of Cibyra) Phrygia Colossae 'Pseudo-autonomous': Second half of second century AD c. 150-200 R6 draped bust of Sarapis wearing kalathos, r. ΚΟΛΟϹϹΗΝΩΝ Isis standing, l., wearing lotus, holding sistrum and situla vA Phryg. II, 518–33, BMC 6–8, Cop 311 !simtyp from later thia; !dat: vA Phry. as shseca-seva; BMC as seva or later 8 N Fiorelli 8712 5 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.2 3675 Asia (conventus of Cibyra) Phrygia Hierapolis R10 draped bust of Dionysus (youthful?) wearing ivy wreath, r.; (to r., thyrsus) ΙƐΡΑΠΟΛƐΙΤΩΝ Zeus (Lydios) standing l., holding eagle and long sceptre L. Weber, NC1913, 156, XXXI, no. 2-3$, BMC 25-6, Cop 423 !NEWLY INCLUDED 14 N 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.2 3685 Asia (conventus of Cibyra) Phrygia Hierapolis 'Pseudo-autonomous': Second or early third century AD c. 100-218 Æ ΙƐϷΑΠΟΛƐΙΤΩΝ head of Dionysus (youthful) wearing ivy wreath, r. ƐVΠΟϹΙΑ (or ƐVΒΟϹΙΑ, sic) Euposia in the guise of Tyche standing, l., holding rudder (or ears of corn) and cornucopia; in inner curve of cornucopia, infant (Plutos?) sitting, l., raising arm to grapes hanging from cornucopia L. Weber, NC 1913, 153, XXVIII, no. 16, BMC 35–7, MG 401, no. 110 8 N Fiorelli 8619 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.2 3704 Asia (conventus of Cibyra) Phrygia Hierapolis 'Pseudo-autonomous': Second or early third century AD c. 100-218 Æ laureate-headed and draped bust of Asclepius, r.; to r., serpent-staff ΙƐΡΑΠοΛƐΙΤΩΝ winged Nemesis standing, l., plucking chiton, holding bridle L. Weber, NC 1913, 11, IV, no. 1–3, BMC 16–17, Cop 415, MG 400, no. 106 !dat: BMC as traja-cara; Tip: Mi Suppl. VII, 365 8 N Fiorelli 8620 1 no no no [show] [edit]
IV.3 233 Lycia-Pamphylia Pamphylia Attalea c. 147-161 Æ Marcus Aurelius ΑVΡΗΛ(Ι)ΟϹ(sic) ΚΑΙ bare head of Marcus Aurelius (short beard), r. ΑΤΤΑΛƐΩΝ draped bust of Athena, l. Baydur 246, Cop 288 !simtyp with Athena, r. 1 N Fiorelli 36320$ Baydur 246, pierced, 5.10g 19 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 6 Epirus Epirus Nicopolis Æ (23 mm) Elagabalus Α Κ Μ Α ΑΝΤⲰΝƐΙΝΟϹ Θ ΥΙΟϹ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Elagabalus, r., seen from rear ΝƐΙΚΟΠΟΛƐⲰϹ galley with rowers, r.; emperor(?) standing, r., on stern Calomino 458, Oikonomidou 12-16, 18-20 12 N 6821 Calomino 458.1 = Oikonomidou 12α 1 11163 15206 tooled with standards? no no no [show] [edit]
VI 142 Macedonia Macedonia Edessa Æ (24 mm) Severus Alexander ΑΥ Κ Μ Α ϹƐ ΑΛƐΞΑΝΔΡΟϹ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Severus Alexander, r., seen from rear ƐΔƐϹϹƐΩΝ Roma goddess seated on throne, l., wearing helmet and holding Nike offering her a wreath; behind her, turreted Edessa standing, l., holding sceptre and crowning her with wreath; at her feet, goat, r. Papaefthymiou 73–6,2–7, 15–7, 19 5 N 6536 Papaefthymiou 3/3 14.92 23 1 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 189 Macedonia Macedonia Thessalonica Æ Elagabalus ΑΥ Κ Μ ΑΥΡ ΑΝΤΩΝΙΝΟϹ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Elagabalus, r., seen from rear ΘƐϹϹΑΛΟΝΙΚƐΩΝ Kabeiros standing facing, head l., holding rhyton and hammer; on either side, elephant tusk in cylindrical container Touratsoglou 28–40 6 N 6575 Touratsoglou 33 6.5 22 7 1 11687 16605 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 216 Macedonia Macedonia Thessalonica Æ Maximinus ΑΥ Κ Γ ΙΟΥΛ ΟΥΗΡ ΜΑΞΙΜΙΝΟϹ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Maximinus, r., seen from rear ΘƐϹϹΑΛΟΝΙΚƐΩΝ Kabeiros standing facing, head l., holding rhyton and hammer; to l., lighted altar; to r., elephant tusk in cylindrical container Touratsoglou 97–107, 119–20 8 N F6576 Touratsoglou 99 25 7 1 10308 13965 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 284 Macedonia Macedonia Koinon of Macedonia 2 neocoria — Type A hanging hair Æ (26 mm) ΑΛƐΞΑΝΔΡΟΥ diademed head of Alexander the Great, r., with hanging hair ΚΟΙΝΟΝ ΜΑΚƐΔΟΝΩΝ Β Ν(Ɛ)(Ω)(ΚΟ) Alexander the Great riding Bucephalus galloping r., his mantle floating behind him, holding couched spear AMNG 497–503 See AMNG 566-71 for a similar type issued under Gordian III. AMNG also gives 497, 498a-b and 503 to the time of Severus Alexander. AMNG 566-71: https://rpc.ashmus.ox.ac.uk/type/66812 7 N 6647 AMNG 500.1 = cast in BBAW 28 1 19019 Β ΝƐΟ, sic no no no [show] [edit]
VI 315 Macedonia Macedonia Koinon of Macedonia Homonoia Æ (26 mm) ΑΛƐΞΑΝΔΡΟΥ diademed head of Alexander the Great, r., with flowing hair ΚΟΙΝΟΝ ΜΑΚƐΔΟΝΩΝ ΟΜΟΝΟΙΑ Alexander the Great standing, r., wearing chlamys, placing bridle on Bucephalus, rearing AMNG 337 1 N 6650 AMNG 337.1 25 1 10284 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 893 Thrace Thrace Byzantium Æ (33 mm) Elagabalus ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΥΡ ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΟϹ ΑΥΓ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Elagabalus, r., with aegis, seen from front ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΙΑ ΒΥΖΑΝΤΙΩΝ ⳞΕΒΑⳞΤΑ prize table holding one agonistic crown with palm branch, between bottle and vase(?), seen from r.; below, jug Schönert-Geiss, Byzantion 1659–61 5 N F6364 Schönert-Geiss, Byzantion 1659.1 33 1 10258 17000 no no no https://www.corpus-nummorum.eu/coins/896 [show] [edit]
VI 914 Thrace Thrace Byzantium Ael Festa ; M Aur Fronto Æ (33 mm) Severus Alexander ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΥΡ ϹΕΥ ΑΛΕΖΑΝΔΡΟϹ ΑΥΓ (or ΑΥΓ) laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Severus Alexander, r., seen from rear ΕΠ Μ ΑΥΡ (or ΑΥΡ) ΦΡΟΝΤΩΝΟϹ ΚΑΙ ΑΙΛ ΦΗϹΤΗϹ ΒΥΖΑΝΤΙΩΝ prize table holding one agonistic crown with two palm branches, between two purses, seen from r.; below, jug Schönert-Geiss, Byzantion 1749–53, Cop 521 8 N F6371 Schönert-Geiss, Byzantion 1751.1 32 1 13499 no no no https://www.corpus-nummorum.eu/coins/1001 [show] [edit]
VI 919 Thrace Thrace Byzantium Aem Severus Æ (30 mm) Severus Alexander Μ ΑΥΡ ⳞΕΥΗ ΑΛΕΖΑΝΔΡΟϹ ΑΥΓ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Severus Alexander, r., seen from rear ΒΥΖΑΝΤΙΩΝ ΕΠI ⳞΕΥΗΡΟΥ Europa seated on galloping bull, l., holding inflated veil over head Schönert-Geiss, Byzantion 1711–3, BMC 95 3 N F6366 Schönert-Geiss, Byzantion 1711 28 1 15577 no no no https://www.corpus-nummorum.eu/coins/959 [show] [edit]
VI 927 Thrace Thrace Byzantium Aem Severus ; Julia Severa Æ (30 mm) Severus Alexander Μ ΑΥΡ ⳞΕΥΗ ΑΛΕΖΑΝΔΡΟϹ ΑΥΓ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Severus Alexander, r., seen from rear ΕΠΙ ΑΙΜΙ ⳞΕΥΗΡΟⳞ (or ⳞΕΥΗΡΟΥ) ΚΑΙ ΙΟΥΛ ⳞΕΥΗΡΑⳞ ΒΥΖΑΝΤΙΩΝ (or ΒΥΖΑΝΤΙΩΝ) wicker torch Schönert-Geiss, Byzantion 1707–9, 1715–21, 1725–5 12 N F6367 Schönert-Geiss, Byzantion 1717.1 30 1 10803 13220 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 927 Thrace Thrace Byzantium Aem Severus ; Julia Severa Æ (30 mm) Severus Alexander Μ ΑΥΡ ⳞΕΥΗ ΑΛΕΖΑΝΔΡΟϹ ΑΥΓ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Severus Alexander, r., seen from rear ΕΠΙ ΑΙΜΙ ⳞΕΥΗΡΟⳞ (or ⳞΕΥΗΡΟΥ) ΚΑΙ ΙΟΥΛ ⳞΕΥΗΡΑⳞ ΒΥΖΑΝΤΙΩΝ (or ΒΥΖΑΝΤΙΩΝ) wicker torch Schönert-Geiss, Byzantion 1707–9, 1715–21, 1725–5 13 N F6368 Schönert-Geiss, Byzantion 1720.1 29 1 11388 16470 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 928 Thrace Thrace Byzantium M Aur Fronto Æ (27 mm) Julia Mamaea ΙΟΥΛΙΑ ΜΑΜΑΙΑ ΑΥΓ(Ο) diademed and draped bust of Julia Mamaea, r. ΕΠ ΦΡΟΝΤΩΝΟϹ ΒΥΖΑΝΤΙΩΝ dolphin, r., between two fishes, the above one r., the below one l. Schönert-Geiss, Byzantion 1774–8, Cop 523 9 N F6372 Schönert-Geiss, Byzantion 1775.2 24 1 10964 16098 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 929 Thrace Thrace Byzantium M Aur Fronto Æ (27 mm) Julia Mamaea ΙΟΥΛΙΑ ΜΑΜΑΙΑ ΑΥΓΟ diademed and draped bust of Julia Mamaea, r. ΕΠ ΦΡΟΝΤΩΝΟϹ ΒΥΖΑΝΤΙΩΝ Poseidon standing facing, head l., holding dolphin and trident Schönert-Geiss, Byzantion 1779–80 1 N F6374 Schönert-Geiss, Byzantion 1779.1 (as Zeus) 28 1 10964 no no yes [show] [edit]
VI 931 Thrace Thrace Byzantium M Aur Fronto Æ (27 mm) Julia Mamaea ΙΟΥΛΙΑ ΜΑΜΑΙΑ ΑΥΓΟ diademed and draped bust of Julia Mamaea, r. ΕΠ ΦΡΟΝΤΩΝΟϹ ΒΥΖΑΝΤΙΩΝ Poseidon standing, r., holding dolphin and trident, placing foot on prow Schönert-Geiss, Byzantion 1782–4 2 N F6373 Schönert-Geiss, Byzantion 1782 27 1 10964 no no yes [show] [edit]
VI 953 Thrace Thrace Byzantium Æ (30 mm) Severus Alexander Μ ΑΥΡ ⳞΕΥΗ ΑΛΕΖΑΝΔΡΟϹ ΑΥΓ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Severus Alexander, r., seen from rear ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΙΑ ⳞΕΒΑⳞΤΑ ΒΥΖΑΝΤΙΩΝ prize table holding one agonistic crown with palm branch, between two purses, seen from l.; below, jug Schönert-Geiss, Byzantion 1722–3, 1726–8, 1730 Different ligatures occur in the legends. 5 N F6370 Schönert-Geiss, Byzantion 1723 29 1 11095 14395 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 954 Thrace Thrace Byzantium Æ (30 mm) Severus Alexander Μ ΑΥΡ ⳞΕΥΗ ΑΛΕΖΑΝΔΡΟϹ ΑΥΓ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Severus Alexander, r., with aegis, seen from front ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΙΑ ⳞΕΒΑⳞΤΑ ΒΥΖΑΝΤΙΩΝ prize table holding one agonistic crown with palm branch, between two purses, seen from l.; below, jug Schönert-Geiss, Byzantion 1729 1 N F6369 Schönert-Geiss, Byzantion 1729 31 1 16704 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 978 Thrace Thrace Perinthus Æ (41 mm) Elagabalus ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΥΡΗ ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΟϹ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Elagabalus, r., seen from front ΠΕΡΙΝΘΙΩΝ ΔΙϹ ΝΕΩΚΟΡΩΝ Demeter standing veiled, r., holding long torch and clasping hands with Homonoia standing, l., holding cornucopia; between them, lighted altar Schönert-Geiss, Perinthus 715, BMC 55 2 N F6440 Schönert-Geiss, Perinthus 715.2 39 1 9768 15501 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 1043 Thrace Thrace Perinthus Æ (24 mm) Julia Maesa ΙΟΥΛΙΑ ΜΑΙϹΑ ΑΥΓ diademed and draped bust of Julia Maesa, r. ΠΕΡΙΝΘΙΩΝ ΔΙⳞ ΝΕΩΚΟΡΩΝ Homonoia standing facing, head l., wearing kalathos, holding cornucopia and patera over lighted altar Schönert-Geiss, Perinthus 728–31 The rev. legend is not always ligatured. 7 N F6441 Schönert-Geiss, Perinthus 729.2 24 1 10899 15111 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 1204 Moesia Inferior Moesia Nicopolis ad Istrum Novius Rufus Æ (27 mm) Elagabalus ΑΥ(Τ) Κ Μ ΑΥΡ(Η) ΑΝΤΩΝ(Ε)ΙΝΟϹ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Elagabalus, r., seen from rear ΥΠ ΝΟΒΙΟΥ ΡΟΥΦΟΥ ΝΙΚΟΠΟΛΙΤΩΝ ΠΡΟϹ ΙϹΤΡΟΝ eagle standing on altar, l., between two standards, holding wreath in beak Mouchmov 1435, AMNG 1990,HHJ Nicopolis 8.26.47.1-2 1 N 6315 AMNG 1990 26 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 1215 Moesia Inferior Moesia Nicopolis ad Istrum Novius Rufus Æ (27 mm) Elagabalus ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΥΡ ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΟϹ laureate head of Elagabalus, r. ΥΠ ΝΟΒΙΟΥ ΡΟΥΦΟΥ ΝΙΚΟΠΟΛΙΤΩΝ ΠΡΟϹ ΙϹΤΡΟΟΝ (sic) front view of temple with five columns; in pediment, shield Mouchmov 1466, AMNG 2002, HHJ Nicopolis, 8.26.46.10 4 N 6316 AMNG 2002.2 1 14639 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 1295 Moesia Inferior Moesia Nicopolis ad Istrum Novius Rufus Æ (27 mm) Elagabalus ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΥΡΗ ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΟⳞ laureate head of Elagabalus, r. ΥΠ ΝΟΒΙΟΥ ΡΟΥΦΟΥ ΝΙΚΟΠΟΛΙΤΩΝ ΠΡΟⳞ ΙⳞΤΡΩ Tyche seated, l., wearing kalathos, holding rudder on globe and cornucopia AMNG 1980, HHJ Nicopolis, 8.26.38.19 1 N 6317 AMNG 1980.2 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 1425 Moesia Inferior Moesia Marcianopolis Group 2 Iulius Antonius Seleucus Æ (27 mm) Elagabalus ; Julia Maesa ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΥΡ ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΟϹ (or ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΟϹ) ΑΥΓ ΙΟΥΛΙΑ ΜΑΙϹΑ ΑΥΓ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Elagabalus, r., seen from rear, facing diademed and draped bust of Julia Maesa, l. ΥΠ ΙΟΥΛ (or ΙΟΥΛ) ΑΝΤ ϹΕΛΕΥΚΟΥ ΜΑΡΚΙΑΝΟΠΟΛΙΤΩΝ (or ΜΑΡΚΙΑΝΟΠΟΛΙΤΩΝ) Ε Hera standing facing, head l., holding patera and long sceptre Mouchmov 688, AMNG 943–4,Hristova & Jekov, Marcianopolis 6.28.3.1, 2-4 4 N 6300 AMNG 944.1 27 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 1449 Moesia Inferior Moesia Marcianopolis Group 2 Iulius Antonius Seleucus Æ (27 mm) Elagabalus ; Julia Maesa ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΥΡ ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΟϹ ΑΥΓ ΙΟΥΛΙΑ ΜΑΙϹΑ ΑΥΓ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Elagabalus, r., seen from rear, facing diademed and draped bust of Julia Maesa, l. ΥΠ ΙΟΥΛ ΑΝΤ ϹΕΛΕΥΚΟΥ ΜΑΡΚΙΑΝΟΠΟΛΙΤΩΝ (or ΜΑΡΚΙΑΝΟΠΟΛΙΤΩΝ) Ε Tyche standing facing, head l. (or r.), holding rudder and cornucopia AMNG 970,Hristova & Jekov, Marcianopolis 6.28.38.2-3 Variations in ligatures. 4 N 6301 AMNG 970.2 = Mi S. II, 100, 272 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 1480 Moesia Inferior Moesia Marcianopolis Group 2 Iulius Antonius Seleucus Æ (26 mm) Elagabalus ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΥΡ(Η)(ΛΙ) ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΟϹ (or ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΟϹ) laureate head of Elagabalus, r. ΥΠ ΙΟΥΛ ΑΝΤ ϹΕΛΕΥΚΟΥ (or ϹΕΛΕΥΚΟΥ) ΜΑΡΚΙΑΝΟΠΟΛΙΤΩΝ (or ΜΑΡΚΙΑΝΟΠΟΛΙΤΩΝ) Hermes standing facing, head l., holding caduceus, purse and chlamys Mouchmov 657, AMNG 826–8, Hristova & Jekov, Marcianopolis 6.26.10.1 4 N 6299 AMNG 828.2 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 1486 Moesia Inferior Moesia Marcianopolis Group 2 Iulius Antonius Seleucus Æ (26 mm) Elagabalus ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΥΡΗ(ΛΙ) ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΟϹ laureate head of Elagabalus, r. ΥΠ ΙΟΥΛ ΑΝΤ ϹΕΛΕΥΚΟΥ (or ϹΕΛΕΥΚΟΥ) ΜΑΡΚΙΑΝΟΠΟΛΙΤΩΝ Hygieia standing facing, head r., feeding serpent from patera Mouchmov 659, AMNG 834 3 N 6298 AMNG 834.3 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 1507 Moesia Inferior Moesia Marcianopolis Group 2 Sergius Titianus Æ (27 mm) Elagabalus ; Julia Maesa ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΥΡΗ ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΟϹ ΑΥΓ ΙΟΥΛΙΑ ΜΑΙϹΑ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Elagabalus, r., seen from rear, facing diademed and draped bust of Julia Maesa, l. ΥΠ ϹΕΡΓ ΤΙΤΙΑΝΟΥ ΜΑΡΚΙΑΝΟΠΟΛΙΤΩΝ Ε Athena standing facing, head l., holding inverted spear and patera; at her feet, shield AMNG 975,Hristova & Jekov, Marcianopolis 6.28.4.2 4 N 6302 AMNG 975.2 9.47 27 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 1522 Moesia Inferior Moesia Marcianopolis Group 2 Sergius Titianus Æ (26 mm) Elagabalus ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΥΡ(ΗΛΙ?) ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΟϹ (or ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΟⳞ?) laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Elagabalus, r., seen from rear ΥΠ ϹΕΡΓ ΤΙΤΙΑΝΟΥ ΜΑΡΚΙΑΝΟΠΟΛΙΤΩΝ Hermes standing facing, head l., holding purse, caduceus and chlamys AMNG 884, 886, Hristova & Jekov, Marcianopolis 6.26.10.2 5 N 6296 AMNG 886.3 26 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 1525 Moesia Inferior Moesia Marcianopolis Group 2 Sergius Titianus Æ (26 mm) Elagabalus ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΥΡΗ(ΛΙ) ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΟϹ (ΑΥΓ) laureate head of Elagabalus, r. ΥΠ ϹΕΡΓ ΤΙΤΙΑΝΟΥ (or ΤΙΤΙΑΝΟΥ) ΜΑΡΚΙΑΝΟΠΟΛΙΤΩΝ (or ΜΑΡΚΙΑΝΟΠΟΛΙΤΩΝ) Hygieia standing facing, head r., feeding serpent from patera AMNG 889–92, Hristova & Jekov, Marcianopolis 6.26.21.3-4 7 N 6297 AMNG 892 25 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 1620 Moesia Inferior Moesia Marcianopolis Tib Iulius Festus Æ (27 mm) Julia Maesa ; Severus Alexander ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΥΡ ϹΕΥΗ ΑΛΕΖΑΝΔΡΟϹ ΙΟΥΛΙΑ ΜΑΙϹΑ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Severus Alexander, r., seen from rear, facing diademed and draped bust of Julia Maesa, l. ΥΠ ΤΙΒ ΙΟΥΛ ΦΗⳞΤΟΥ ΜΑΡΚΙΑΝΟΠΟΛΙΤΩΝ Ε Abundantia(?) standing facing, head l., holding corn ears and cornucopia AMNG 1060 1 N 6304 AMNG 1060 = Mi S. II, 107, 313 27 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 1691 Moesia Inferior Moesia Marcianopolis Um Tereventinus Æ (26 mm) Severus Alexander ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΥΡ ϹΕΥΗ ΑΛΕΖΑΝΔΡΟϹ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Severus Alexander, r., seen from rear ΗΓ ΟΥΜ ΤΕΡΕΒΕΝΤΙΝΟΥ ΜΑΡΚΙΑΝΟΠΟΛΙΤΩΝ Hera standing facing, head l., holding patera and long sceptre AMNG 1024,Hristova & Jekov, Marcianopolis 6.32.3.1-4 9 N AMNG 1024.3 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 1727 Moesia Inferior Moesia Odessus Group 1b Æ (26 mm) Elagabalus ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΥΡ(Η) ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΟϹ laureate head of Elagabalus, r. ΟΔΗϹϹΕΙΤΩΝ Theos Megas standing facing, head l., holding cornucopia and patera over lighted altar AMNG 2294–6, Lazarenko 153–4, 156, 160, 168, 174, 177 21 N 6405 AMNG 2294.3 (As Caracalla) 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 1738 Moesia Inferior Moesia Odessus Group 2 Æ (26 mm) Severus Alexander Μ ΑΥΡΗ ΑΛΕΖΑΝΔΡΟϹ ΚΑΙϹ bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust of Severus Alexander, r., seen from rear ΟΔΗϹϹΕΙΤΩΝ Theos Megas standing facing, head l., holding cornucopia and patera over lighted altar AMNG 2308, 2310, Lazarenko 175, 180, 184 10 N 6406 AMNG 2310.5 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 1739 Moesia Inferior Moesia Dionysopolis Æ (28 mm) Severus Alexander ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΥΡ ϹΕΥΗ ΑΛΕΖΑΝΔΡΟϹ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Severus Alexander, r., seen from rear ΔΙΟΝΥϹΟΠΟΛΕΙΤΩΝ Ε Dionysus standing, facing, head l., holding long thyrsus and cantharus over panther, l. Mouchmov 104, AMNG 380 8 N 6285 AMNG 380.6 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 1907 Moesia Inferior Moesia Tomis Æ (26 mm) Severus Alexander ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΥΡ ϹΕΥ ΑΛΕΖΑΝΔΡΟϹ laureate head of Severus Alexander, r. ΜΗΤΡΟΠ ΠΟΝΤΟΥ ΤΟΜΕΩϹ Δ Hades-Sarapis seated, l., holding long sceptre and extending r. hand over Cerberus, l. AMNG 3146 2 N 6326 AMNG 3146.2 (as Zeus) 1 9843 15893 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 1925 Moesia Inferior Moesia Tomis Æ (26 mm) Severus Alexander ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΥΡ ϹΕΥ(Η) (or ⳞΕΥ) ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟϹ (or ΑΛEΞΑΝΔΡΟⳞ) laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Severus Alexander, r., seen from rear ΜΗΤΡΟ ΠΟΝΤ(ΟΥ) ΤΟΜΕΩϹ (or ΤΟΜΕΩⳞ) Δ Hygieia standing facing, head r., feeding serpent from patera AMNG 3188, 3191, 3193, Petac 588–9, 595–9, SNG Lewis 1224 10 N 6324 AMNG 3191.3 27 1 9532 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 1927 Moesia Inferior Moesia Tomis Æ (26 mm) Severus Alexander ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΥΡ ϹΕΥ(Η) (or ⳞΕΥΗ) ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟϹ (or ΑΛEΖΑΝΔΡΟϹ) laureate head of Severus Alexander, r. ΜΗΤΡΟ(Π) ΠΟΝΤ(ΟΥ) ΤΟΜΕΩϹ (or ΤΟΜΕΩⳞ) Δ Hygieia standing, r., feeding serpent from patera AMNG 3187, 3192, 3195–7, BMC 40, Petac 592–4 8 N 6325 AMNG 3187.1 26 1 9843 14546 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 2025 Moesia Inferior Moesia Tomis Æ (23 mm) Maximus Γ ΙΟΥΛ ΟΥΗΡ ΜΑΞΙΜΟⳞ ΚΑΙⳞ bare head of Maximus, r. ΜΗΤΡΟ ΠΟΝΤΟΥ ΤΟΜΕΩⳞ Γ (or reversed Γ) Nike advancing, l., holding palm branch and wreath AMNG 3357–8 5 N 6327 AMNG 3358.3 8.76 25 1 10292 16262 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 2055 Moesia Inferior Moesia Istrus Æ (30 mm) Severus Alexander ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΥΡ(Η) ϹΕΒ ΑΛΕΖ(retrograde)ΑΝΔΡΟϹ (or ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟϹ) laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Severus Alexander, r., seen from rear ΙϹΤΡΙΗΝΩΝ, Ε rider-god Mithras on horse-back advancing, r., wearing mantle and kalathos; behind, bird on top of a torch(?), r.; before, altar Mouchmov 190, AMNG 516, SNG Stancomb 881 12 N 6290 AMNG 516.2 17.05 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 2228 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Cius Æ (24 mm) Maximinus Γ ΙΟΥ ΟΥΗ ΜΑΞΙΜΙΝΟϹ ΑΥΓ laureate head of Maximinus, r. ΚΙΑΝΩΝ Hylas running, r., looking back, wearing chlamys and holding vase Rec 97 1 N 7765 Rec 97 25 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 2317 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Nicaea Æ (23 mm) Julia Mamaea ΙΟΥΛΙΑ ΜΑΜΑΙΑ ΑΥΓ draped bust of Julia Mamaea, r. ΝΙΚΑΙΕΩΝ (or ΝΙΚΑΙΕΩΝ) three military standards, topped by wreaths Rec 628 14 N 7807 Rec 628.4 21 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 2342 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Nicaea Group 1 Æ (26 mm) Severus Alexander Μ ΑΥ ⳞΕΥΗ ΑΛΕΖΑΝΔΡΟⳞ ΑΥΓ laureate head of Severus Alexander, r. ΝΙΚΑΙΕΩΝ turreted City personification (?) standing facing, head l., holding patera and sceptre Rec 600 3 N 7800 Rec 591 (as Dionysos?) 25 1 GIC (uncertain) no no no [show] [edit]
VI 2458 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Nicaea Æ (26 mm) Maximinus Γ ΙΟΥ ΟΥΗ ΜΑΞΙΜΕΙΝΟⳞ ΑΥΓ (or ΜΑΞΙΜΕΙΝΟⳞ ΑΥΓ) laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Maximinus, r., seen from rear ΝΙΚΑΙΕΩΝ Abundantia (?) standing facing, head l., holding short sceptre and cornucopia resting on column SNG vA 633 See also https://rpc.ashmus.ox.ac.uk/type/53085 for the type. 1 N 7808 Rec 651.2(?) 25 1 GIC (uncertain) no no no [show] [edit]
VI 2501 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Nicaea Æ (26 mm) Maximinus Γ ΙΟΥ ΟΥΗ ΜΑΞΙΜΕΙΝΟϹ (or ΜΑΞΙΜΕΙΝΟⳞ) ΑΥΓ (or ΑΥΓ) laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Maximinus, r., seen from rear ΝΙΚΑΙΕΩΝ Tyche standing facing, head l., wearing kalathos, holding rudder and cornucopia Rec 651 4 N Rec 651.2 1 GIC (uncertain) no no no [show] [edit]
VI 2766 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Calchedon Æ (18 mm) Severus Alexander ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟⳞ ΑΥΓ(ΟΥⳞΤΟ) laureate head of Severus Alexander, r. ΚΑΛΧΑΔΟΝΙΩΝ lyre Rec 106–bis 4 N Rec 106bis 18 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 2924 Bithynia-Pontus Bithynia Iuliopolis Group 1 Æ (22 mm) Severus Alexander Μ ΑΥΡ ϹƐΥΗ ΑΛƐΖΑΝΔΡΟϹ (or ⳞΕΥΗ ΑΛΕΖΑΝΔΡΟⳞ) ΑΥΓ laureate head of Severus Alexander, r. ΙΟΥΛΙΟΠΟΛEΙΤΩΝ three military standards, topped by wreaths Rec 45 3 N Rec 45.2 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 3507 Asia (conventus of Adramyteum) Lesbus Methymna Æ (23 mm) Severus Alexander ΑΥ Κ Μ ΑΥ Ϲ ΑΛƐΞΑΝΔΡΟϹ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Severus Alexander, r., seen from rear ΜΗΘΥΜNΑΙΩΝ Tyche standing, l., wearing kalathos, holding rudder and cornucopia Franke, Methymna 32, Calomino, Burnett 209,8 4 N 7998 Franke, Methymna 32b 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 3662 Asia (conventus of Smyrna) Ionia Smyrna G. Kl. Diogenes Æ (30 mm) Julia Mamaea ΙΟΥ ΜΑΜƐΑ ϹƐΒΑϹΤΗ diademed and draped bust of Julia Mamaea, r. ϹΜΥΡΝΑΙΩΝ Γ ΝƐΩΚΟΡΩΝ ƐΠ Ϲ Γ Κ ΔΙΟΓƐΝΟΥϹ amazon Smyrna standing facing, head l., holding bipennis and pelta with chlamys, and small temple with four columns; at her feet, prow Klose 5 3 N 8233 Klose 5.3 14.03 6 1 11581 16811 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 3674 Asia (conventus of Smyrna) Ionia Smyrna Æ (26 mm) Severus Alexander Α Μ ΑΥΡ ϹƐΟΥ ΑΛƐΞΑΝΔΡΟϹ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Severus Alexander, r., seen from rear ϹΜΥΡΝΑΙΩΝ Γ ΝƐΩΚΟΡΩΝ two Nemeses standing, facing, the one on the l. holding bridle, the one on the r. cubit rule; at her feet, wheel Klose 8, BMC 428, Leake 2523 11 N 8231 Klose 8.2 6.78 6 1 9099 13405 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 3674 Asia (conventus of Smyrna) Ionia Smyrna Æ (26 mm) Severus Alexander Α Μ ΑΥΡ ϹƐΟΥ ΑΛƐΞΑΝΔΡΟϹ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Severus Alexander, r., seen from rear ϹΜΥΡΝΑΙΩΝ Γ ΝƐΩΚΟΡΩΝ two Nemeses standing, facing, the one on the l. holding bridle, the one on the r. cubit rule; at her feet, wheel Klose 8, BMC 428, Leake 2523 12 N 8232 Klose 8.9 10.32 6 1 9099 13405 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 3675 Asia (conventus of Smyrna) Ionia Smyrna Æ (22 mm) Julia Mamaea ΙΟΥ ΜΑΜƐΑ ϹƐΒ(ΑϹΤΗ) diademed and draped bust of Julia Mamaea, r. ϹΜΥΡΝΑΙΩΝ Γ ΝƐΩΚΟΡΩΝ Heracles standing facing, head l., holding club, lion skin and cantharus Klose 6–17 46 N 8235 Klose 13.6 5.83 12 1 11989 14202 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 3675 Asia (conventus of Smyrna) Ionia Smyrna Æ (22 mm) Julia Mamaea ΙΟΥ ΜΑΜƐΑ ϹƐΒ(ΑϹΤΗ) diademed and draped bust of Julia Mamaea, r. ϹΜΥΡΝΑΙΩΝ Γ ΝƐΩΚΟΡΩΝ Heracles standing facing, head l., holding club, lion skin and cantharus Klose 6–17 47 N 8234 Klose 16.2 5.82 12 1 10540 15782 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 3682 Asia (conventus of Smyrna) Ionia Smyrna Æ (22 mm) Maximinus ; Maximus Α Κ ΜΑΞΙΜƐΙΝΟϹ Κ ΜΑΞΙΜΟϹ ΚΑΙ facing heads of Maximinus, laureate, r., and Maximus, bare-headed, l. ϹΜΥΡΝΑΙΩΝ Γ ΝƐΩΚΟΡΩΝ Heracles standing facing, head l., holding club, lion skin and cantharus Klose 2–3, BMC 441, G 1608–9 16 N 8236 Klose 2.4 4.28 12 1 10582 16391 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 4040 Asia (conventus of Ephesus) Ionia Ephesus Æ (36 mm) Elagabalus ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΥΡ ΑΝΤΩΝƐΙΝΟϹ ϹƐΒ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Elagabalus, r., seen from rear ƐΦƐϹΙΩΝ Δ ΝƐΩΚΟΡΩΝ Tyche or Homonoia standing facing, head l., wearing kalathos, holding patera and cornucopia Karwiese 687 17 N 8075 Karwiese 687.16 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 4049 Asia (conventus of Ephesus) Ionia Ephesus Æ (30 mm) Elagabalus ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΥΡ ΑΝΤΩΝƐΙΝΟϹ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Elagabalus, r., seen from rear ƐΦƐϹΙΩΝ ΟΛΥΜΠΙΑ ΟΙΚΟΥΜƐΝΙΚΑ Δ ΝƐΩΚΟΡΩΝ laureate and draped bust of Elagabalus, r., within laurel wreath Karwiese 662 3 N 8084 Karwiese 662.3 1 11807 13414 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 4137 Asia (conventus of Ephesus) Ionia Ephesus Æ (30 mm) Severus Alexander ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΥΡ ϹƐΥΗ ΑΛƐΞΑΝΔΡΟϹ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Severus Alexander, r., seen from rear ƐΦƐϹΙΩΝ ΠΡΩΤΩΝ ΑϹΙΑϹ Artemis advancing, r., drawing arrow from quiver at shoulder, holding bow; to r., dog running, r. Karwiese 758 8 N 8085 Karwiese 758.15 1 9495 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 4139 Asia (conventus of Ephesus) Ionia Ephesus Æ (30 mm) Severus Alexander Μ ΑΥΡ ΑΛƐΞΑΝΔΡΟϹ ΑΥΓΟΥϹ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Severus Alexander, r., seen from rear ƐΦƐϹΙΩΝ Δ ΝƐΩΚΟΡΩΝ Artemis advancing, r., drawing arrow from quiver at shoulder, holding bow; to r., dog running, r.; in exergue, * Karwiese 760 7 N 8086 Karwiese 760.8 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 4142 Asia (conventus of Ephesus) Ionia Ephesus Æ (30 mm) Severus Alexander ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΥΡ ϹƐΥΗ ΑΛƐΞΑΝΔΡΟϹ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Severus Alexander, r., seen from rear ΠΡΩΤΩΝ ΑϹΙΑϹ ƐΦƐϹΙΩΝ carpentum drawn by two horses, r.; below, star Karwiese 771 7 N 8087 Karwiese 771.10 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 4147 Asia (conventus of Ephesus) Ionia Ephesus Æ (30 mm) Julia Mamaea ΙΟΥΛΙΑ ΜΑΜΑΙΑ ϹƐΒ diademed and draped bust of Julia Mamaea, r. ƐΦƐϹΙΩΝ ΠΡΩΤΩΝ ΑϹΙΑϹ Artemis advancing, r., drawing arrow from quiver at shoulder, holding bow; to r., dog running, r. Karwiese 801 8 N 8089 Karwiese 801.9 1 11849 GIC 763 (denominational mark Β) no no no [show] [edit]
VI 4190 Asia (conventus of Ephesus) Ionia Ephesus Æ (17 mm) Severus Alexander ΑΛƐΞΑΝΔΡΟϹ ΑΥΓ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Severus Alexander, r., seen from rear ƐΦƐϹΙΩΝ Artemis of Ephesus standing, facing, wearing kalathos, having supports Karwiese 748 2 N 8088 Karwiese 748.4 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 4212 Asia (conventus of Ephesus) Ionia Ephesus Æ (30 mm) Maximinus ΑΥ Κ Γ Ι ΟΥΗ ΜΑΞΙΜƐΙΝΟϹ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Maximinus, r., seen from rear ƐΦΕⳞΙΩΝ Γ ΝΕΩΚΟΡΩΝ Artemis on stag's back, r., drawing arrow from quiver at shoulder, holding bow Karwiese 819 2 N 8090 Karwiese 819.2 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 4221 Asia (conventus of Ephesus) Ionia Ephesus Æ (22 mm) Maximinus Γ ΙΟΥ ΟΥΗ ΜΑΞΙΜƐΙΝΟϹ (or ΜΑΞΙΜΕΙΝΟϹ) laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Maximinus, r., seen from rear ΕΦΕⳞΙΩΝ (or ƐΦƐϹΙΩΝ) front view of temple with four columns, within which Artemis of Ephesus standing, facing, wearing kalathos, having supports Karwiese 821 6 N 8091 Karwiese 821.7 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 4309 Asia (conventus of Miletus) Ionia Magnesia ad Maeandrum Anaxagoras Æ (31 mm) Julia Mamaea ΙΟΥΛΙΑ ΜΑΜΑΙΑ ϹƐΒ diademed and draped bust of Julia Mamaea, r. ΜΑΓΝΗΤΩΝ ƐΠΙ ΓΡ ΑΝΑΞΑΓΟΡΑ Athena standing facing, head l., holding branch and spear; Behind, shield Schultz 295 1 N 8145 Schultz 295 (only rev. illustrated) 9.1 29 1 10661 no no yes [show] [edit]
VI 4334 Asia (conventus of Miletus) Ionia Magnesia ad Maeandrum Æ (31 mm) Julia Mamaea ΙΟΥΛΙΑ ΜΑΜΑΙΑ ϹƐΒ diademed and draped bust of Julia Mamaea, r. ΜΑΓΝΗΤΩΝ ΝƐΩΚΟΡΩΝ ΤΗϹ ΑΡΤΕΜΙΔΟϹ Apollo standing facing, head r., wearing radiate crown, holding lyre and plectrum Schultz 291–3 12 N Schultz 291.5 11.99 1 10912 17044 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 4369 Asia (conventus of Miletus) Ionia Magnesia ad Maeandrum Aur. Teimotheos III Æ (31 mm) Maximinus ΑΥΤ Κ Γ Ι ΟΥΗ ΜΑΞΙΜƐΙΝΟϹ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Maximinus, r., seen from rear ƐΠΙ ΓΡ ΤΙΜΟΘƐΟΥ ΜΑΓΝΗΤΩΝ Apollo nude standing facing, head l., holding laurel branch and resting on tripod around which a serpent is coiled Schultz 311 5 N Schultz 311.2 9.01 1 11267 14151 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 4399 Asia (conventus of Miletus) Ionia Magnesia ad Maeandrum Æ (23 mm) Maximinus Γ ΙΟΥ ΟΥΗ ΜΑΞΙΜΕΙΝΟϹ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Maximinus, r., seen from rear ΜΑΓΝΗΤΩΝ Dionysus standing, facing, head l., holding long thyrsus and cantharus over panther, l. Schultz 323 2 N Schultz 323.1 3.48 22 1 9563 14170 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 4407 Asia (conventus of Miletus) Ionia Magnesia ad Maeandrum Æ (23 mm) Maximus Γ Ι ΟΥΗ ΜΑΖΙΜΟϹ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Maximus, r., seen from rear ΜΑΓΝΗΤΩΝ Artemis Leukophrys standing, facing, wearing kalathos, having supports, being crowned by two Nikai flying on both sides Schultz 355 2 N Schultz 355.2 4.68 1 10751 16795 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 4412 Asia (conventus of Miletus) Ionia Magnesia ad Maeandrum Æ (23 mm) Maximus Γ Ι ΟΥΗ ΜΑΖΙΜΟϹ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Maximus, r., seen from rear ΜΑΓΝΗΤΩΝ eagle facing on altar, head l., holding wreath in beak and spreading wings Schultz 382–3 5 N Schultz 382.1 5.85 23 1 10751 14565 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 6088 Galatia Pontus Amasea ƐΤ СΛΔ = 234 231/232 Æ (33 mm) Severus Alexander ΑΥ(Τ) Κ ϹƐΥΗΡΟ(Ϲ) ΑΛƐΞΑΝΔΡΟϹ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Severus Alexander, r., seen from rear ΑΔΡ ϹƐΥ ΑΛƐ ΑΜΑϹΙΑϹ ΜΗΤ(Ρ) (or ΜΗΤ(Ρ) or ΜΗN) Π(Ρ) Π(Ο)(Ν) ƐΤ ϹΛΔ front view of quadriga driven by a radiate charioteer, holding whip and raising hand; below, eagle facing with spread wings, head l., over an altar; to l., tree Dalaison 623–44, Rec 107 33 N F7713 Dalaison 632c 23.05 12 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VI 7411 Mesopotamia Mesopotamia Rhesaena Æ (25 mm) Severus Alexander ΑΥ ϹƐ ΑΛƐΞΑΝΔΡΟϹ (Υ?) laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Severus Alexander, r., seen from rear ΡΗϹΑΙΝΗϹΙⲰΝ LEG III P S Tyche of the City seated on rock, l., holding eagle looking, r. Castelin 37 2 and 5 possibly same obv. die 2 N Castellin 37 10.38 25 1 restruck no no no [show] [edit]
VII.1 312 Asia (conventus of Smyrna) Ionia Smyrna Æ (21 mm) Gordian III Α Κ(Α) Μ ΑΝ(Τ) ΓΟΡΔΙΑΝΟϹ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Gordian III, r., seen from rear ϹΜΥΡΝΑΙΩΝ Γ ΝƐΩΚΟΡΩΝ Heracles standing l., holding cantharus and club with lion skin Klose, Smyrna LXX 19–28 Obv. legend reads Α Κ Μ ΑΝΤ ΓΟΡΔΙΑΝΟϹ or Α ΚΑ Μ ΑΝ ΓΟΡΔΙΑΝΟϹ 8 N 8237 4.9 12 1 24532 25337 no no no [show] [edit]
VII.1 321 Asia (conventus of Smyrna) Ionia Smyrna M Aur Tertius Æ (30 mm) ϹΜΥΡΝΑΙΩΝ ΠΡΩΤΩΝ ΑϹΙΑϹ veiled bust of Demeter l., holding two ears of corn and cornucopia ƐΠ Ϲ Μ ΑΥΡ ΤƐΡΤΙΟΥ ΑϹΙΑΡΧΟΥ Amazon Smyrna standing l., holding patera, double axe, pelta and chlamys; at her feet, prow Klose, Smyrna XVIII 13–14 2 N 8193 11.15 6 1 24536 25384 no no no [show] [edit]
VII.1 329.1 Asia (conventus of Smyrna) Ionia Smyrna Æ (19 mm) ΖƐΥϹ ΑΚΡΑΙΟϹ head of Zeus Akraios, r. ϹΜΥΡΝΑΙΩΝ prow, r. Klose, Smyrna VI 67–75 7 N 11331 3.44 11 1 24533 25364 no no no [show] [edit]
VII.1 329.2 Asia (conventus of Smyrna) Ionia Smyrna Æ (19 mm) ϹΜΥΡΝΑ turreted bust of Amazon Smyrna, l., carrying double axe over shoulder ϹΜΥΡΝΑΙΩΝ prow, r. Klose, Smyrna VII 42–4 68 N 8190 2.78 9 1 24535 25365 no no no [show] [edit]
VII.1 371 Asia (conventus of Ephesus) Ionia Ephesus Æ (30 mm) Gordian III ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΝΤ ΓΟΡΔΙΑΝΟϹ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Gordian III, r., seen from rear ΑΠΗΝΗ ΙΕΡΑ ΕΦΕⳞΙΩΝ sacred covered wagon with driver drawn by two mules, r. Karwiese 870 7 N F 8092 29 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VII.1 390.1 Asia (conventus of Ephesus) Ionia Ephesus Æ (16 mm) Gordian III ΑΥΤ Κ ΓΟΡΔΙΑΝΟϹ ΑΥ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Gordian III, r., seen from front ΕΦΕⳞΙΩΝ boar, r. Karwiese 873 5 N F 8094 17 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VII.1 390.1 Asia (conventus of Ephesus) Ionia Ephesus Æ (16 mm) Gordian III ΑΥΤ Κ ΓΟΡΔΙΑΝΟϹ ΑΥ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Gordian III, r., seen from front ΕΦΕⳞΙΩΝ boar, r. Karwiese 873 6 N F 8093 17 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VII.1 409 Asia (conventus of Ephesus) Ionia Ephesus Æ (30 mm) Gordian III ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΝΤ ΓΟΡΔΙΑΝΟϹ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Gordian III, r., seen from rear ΕΦΕϹΙΩΝ ΚΑΙ ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΕΩΝ ΟΜΟΝΟΙΑ cult statue of Artemis Ephesia standing facing next to Sarapis standing l., r. raised and holding sceptre, on galley with line of oars Franke & Nollé 510–14; Karwiese 897 7 N F 8096 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VII.1 444 Asia (conventus of Ephesus) Ionia Metropolis Aur Bassus II Æ (30 mm) Gordian III ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΝΤ ΓΟΡΔΙΑΝΟϹ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Gordian III, r., seen from front ƐΠΙ ϹΤΡΑ ΑΥΡ ΒΑϹϹΟΥ Β ΜΗΤΡΟΠΟΛƐΙΤΩΝ Tyche standing l., holding figure of Ares and cornucopia; at her feet, lighted altar 2 N F 8159 30 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VII.1 447.1 Asia (conventus of Ephesus) Ionia Metropolis Aur. Diogenes, son of Rufus Æ (30 mm) Gordian III ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΝΤ ΓΟΡΔΙΑΝΟϹ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Gordian III, r., seen from rear ƐΠΙ ϹΤΡ ΑΥΡ ΔΙΟΓƐΝΟΥϹ ΜΗΤΡΟΠΟΛƐΙΤΩΝ Cybele seated, l., holding patera and resting arm on tympanum; lion on either side of her 7 N F 8158 27 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VII.1 447.2 Asia (conventus of Ephesus) Ionia Metropolis Aur. Diogenes, son of Rufus Æ (30 mm) Gordian III ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΝΤ ΓΟΡΔΙΑΝΟϹ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Gordian III, r., seen from rear ƐΠΙ ϹΤΡ ΑΥΡ ΔΙΟΓƐΝΟΥϹ ΜΗΤΡΟΠΟΛƐΙΤΩΝ Cybele seated, l., holding patera and resting arm on tympanum; at her feet, lion 8 N F 8636 29 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VII.1 519 Asia (conventus of Miletus) Ionia Magnesia ad Maeandrum Antiochos Æ (30 mm) Gordian III ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΝΤ ΓΟΡΔΙ(Α)ΝΟϹ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Gordian III, r., seen from rear ƐΠ ΓΡ ΑΝΤΙΟΧΟΥ ΜΑΓΝΗΤΩΝ Tyche standing l., holding rudder and cornucopia Schultz 438–9 4 N 7.56 1 24428 24965 ΓΟΡΔΙΝΟϹ (sic) no no no [show] [edit]
VII.1 524.1 Asia (conventus of Miletus) Ionia Magnesia ad Maeandrum Demeas Æ (30 mm) Gordian III ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΝΤ ΓΟΡΔΙΑΝΟϹ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Gordian III, r., seen from rear ƐΠΙ ΓΡ ΔΗΜƐΟΥ ΜΑΓΝΗΤΩΝ Tyche standing l., holding rudder and cornucopia Schultz 441–2 3 N 9.17 1 24432 24964 no no no [show] [edit]
VII.1 548 Asia (conventus of Miletus) Ionia Magnesia ad Maeandrum Photinos Æ (30 mm) Gordian III ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΝΤ ΓΟΡΔΙΑΝΟϹ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Gordian III, r., seen from rear ƐΠ ΓΡ ΦΩΤƐΙΝΟΥ ΜΑΓΝΗΤΩΝ Nike advancing r., holding wreath and palm Schultz 430 1 N 8.82 29 1 24431 24957 no no yes [show] [edit]
VII.1 579 Asia (conventus of Miletus) Ionia Samos Æ (30 mm) Gordian III ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΝΤ ΓΟΡΔΙΑΝΟϹ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Gordian III, r., seen from rear ϹΑΜΙΩΝ Nemesis advancing r. 2 N F 8306 29 1 no no no [show] [edit]
VII.1 580 Asia (conventus of Miletus) Ionia Samos Æ (30 mm) Gordian III ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΝΤ ΓΟΡΔΙΑΝΟϹ laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Gordian III, r., seen from rear ϹΑΜΙΩΝ warrior advancing r., r. hand raised, holding shield, l. foot on prow 24 N F 8307 30 1 no no