RPC I, 3312a


Image of specimen #1


Coin type
Volume I
Number 3312a
Province Lycia-Pamphylia
Region Lycia
City Koinon of Lycia
Reign Roman Republic
Issue Series 7
Dating late first century BC/early first century AD
Obverse inscription ΛΥ
Obverse design laureate head of Apollo, r.
Reverse inscription (ΛΥΚΙΩΝ) ΚΡ(ΑΓΟϹ)
Reverse design cithara in incuse square
Metal Silver
Average diameter 19 mm
Axis 6
Reference Troxell, LL 142–7 (Cragus)
Specimens 2 (0 in the core collections)
Note 3312a-c: Lighter weight hemidrachms: see introduction. 92 coins, 62 obv. dies. ΚΡ etc.: Troxell 142 (no symbol), 143 (ear of corn), 144 (filleted branch), 145 (star and branch), 146 (branch and Τ), 147 (ΠΑ); ΤΕ ΚΡ: Troxell 148; ΜΑ: Troxell 149 (ear of corn), 150 (ΛΥ(ΚΙΩΝ)) on rev., bow and arrow), 151 (aphlaston), 152 (ΜΑ on obv.; star symbol on rev.), 153, 154 (two stars), 155, 156 (head of Apollo, r. or l.; branch and star), 157 (head of Apollo, r. or l.; branch and ?trident), 158 (head of Apollo, l.; trident and caduceus).

Specimens of this coin type

Number Number Museum Bibliography
1 1     ✸ Baldwin’s The New York Sale XL, 11 Jan. 2017, lot 1105
2 2     CGT coll. = Naumann 54, 6 June 2017, lot 313