RPC I, 198

 

Image of specimen #82

 

Coin type
Volume I
Number 198
Province Tarraconensis
Region Hispania
City Ilici
Reign Tiberius
Person (obv.) Tiberius (Augustus)
Magistrate L Papirius Avitus (duovir) ; L Terentius Longus (duovir)
Obverse inscription TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVG(VSTVS) P M
Obverse design bare head of Tiberius, l.
Reverse inscription C I I A L TER LON L PAP AVIT II VIR Q
Reverse design two togate figures standing with hands clasped over thymiaterion, below IVNCTIO
Metal Copper
Average diameter 29 mm
Average weight 11.50 g
Axis 3, 12
Reference Vives 133–13, Llorens 140–68, NAH 1112, GMI 1021
Specimens 95
Note For metal analysis, see Llorens, p. 62. The object between the two togate figures previously described as an altar is in fact a thymiaterion (see A. M. Faria, R. P. Arq. 9.2, 2006, p. 222)
Correction Corrected coin-type (post publication)

Specimens of this coin type

Number Museum Bibliography
1     Ba: 1000938
2     V: 170 Llorens 152a
3 –74     Llorens 142–68 (except 152a)
75     Klag 15
76     P: D'Ailly 174801
77     Vat: 465
78     Vat: 466
79     Vat: 467
80     B: Rauch
81     B: Dannenberg
82     ✸ B: 18202687, Löbb
83     B: Löbb
84     B: Gansauge
85     B: 17463
86     G: 5
87     C: 648
88     C: 649
89 –92     Llorens 140–1
93     Hervera 10 Apr. 2008, lot 270
94     Leeds-UL: 1374
95     CGT coll. = Savoca 108th Silver, 31 July 2021, lot 241