RPC I, 3395


Image of specimen #3


Coin type
Volume I
Number 3395
Province Lycia-Pamphylia
Region Pamphylia
City Side
Reign Tiberius
Person (obv.) Tiberius (Augustus)
Obverse inscription ΤΙΒΕΡΙΟΣ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ
Obverse design bare head of Tiberius, right
Reverse inscription ΣΙΔ-ΗΤ
Reverse design Athena standing, left, holding Nike and spear
Metal copper-based alloy
Average diameter 16 mm
Axis 11, 12
Specimens 5 (0 in the core collections)
Note Only traces of the legend can be made out, but they appear to give the reading above. The same type occurs at Side for Tiberius (3394) and Nero (3402–3): no snake is visible on this specimen; there is clearly no snake on 3394. 3395ff. Many more specimens and variants can be found in Pfälzer Privatsammlungen SNG 579-621; some (as RPC 3395) are attributed to Tiberius under Augustus.

Specimens of this coin type

Number Number Museum Bibliography
1 1     JSW ex Kovacs VI (1985), lot 254
2 2     CGT coll.
3 3     ✸ M. B. Richter coll.
4 4     CGT coll. = N&N London EA 16, 1 May 2023, lot 404
5 5     Naville Numismatics 67, 1 Aug. 2021, lot 151