RPC I, 1150

 

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Coin type
Volume I
Number 1150
Province Achaea
Region Corinthia
City Corinth
Reign Tiberius
Person (obv.) Drusus, son of Tiberius
Person (rev.) Livia (Augusta)
Magistrate L Castricius Regulus (duovir) ; P Caninius Agrippa (duovir)
Dating AD 21-2
Obverse inscription L CASTRICIO REGVLO IIVIR QVINQ
Obverse design bare head of Drusus Minor (?), r. or l.
Reverse inscription P CANINIO AGRIPPA IIVIR QVINQ COR
Reverse design Livia veiled, seated, r., holding patera, or seated, l., holding ears of corn and sceptre
Metal Æ
Average diameter 20 mm
Average weight 6.48 g
Axis 9, 11, 12
Reference Amandry XV II, pp. 167–8
Specimens 21
Note According to C.J. Howgego (NC, 1989, p. 202) the obv. on 1149-50 portrays Tiberius rather than Drusus.

Specimens of this coin type

Number Museum Bibliography
1     ✸ B: 18231309, I-B
2 –19     see Amandry, 167–8
20     CGT coll. = VAuction 266, 7 July 2011, lot 122 ex BCD Coll.
21     CGT coll.