RPC II, 895

 

Image of specimen #19

 

Coin type
Volume II
Number 895
Province Asia
Subprovince Conventus of Adramyteum
Region Troas
City Ilium
Reign Uncertain
Dating Late first or early second century
Obverse inscription
Obverse design Aeneas walking right, leading Ascanius and carrying Anchises
Reverse inscription ΙΛΙ
Reverse design helmeted head of Athena, left, holding spear entwined with serpent
Metal copper-based alloy
Average diameter 21 mm
Axis 12
Reference Bellinger T129; BMC 20; Cop 368
Specimens 19 (14 in the core collections)
Note For the date, Flavian (so Bellinger) or perhaps early second century, see introduction.

Specimens of this coin type

Number Number Museum Bibliography
1 1     L BMC 20
2 2     L: 1979,0101.1643 vA 1524
3 3     L: 1940,1001.108
4 4     P: 709
5 5     P: 811(5)
6 6     NY: 1944.100.43937
7 7     NY: 1970.142.371
8 8     Mu SNG 224
9 9     Cop SNG 368
10 10     V
11 11     V
12 12     V
13 13     C SNG Lewis 1326, 'time of Vespasian'
14 14     C SNG Lewis 1327, 'time of Vespasian'
15 15     vA 1525
16 16     Troy, see Bellinger
17 17     Amsterdam
18 18     CGT coll.
19 19     ✸ Private coll.