RPC II, 922

 

Image of specimen #3

 

Coin type
Volume II
Number 922
Province Asia
Subprovince Conventus of Pergamum
Region Mysia
City Pergamum
Reign Domitian
Person (obv.) Domitian (Augustus)
Magistrate Klaudios Kephalion (strategos)
Obverse inscription ΚΑΙϹΑΡ ΑΥΤΟΚΡΑΤΩΡ
Obverse design laureate head (of Domitian?), r.; uncertain object (star?) in front of head
Reverse inscription ƐΠΙ ϹΤΡΑ ΚΛ ΚΕΦΑΛΙΩΝΟϹ ΠƐΡΓΑΜΗΝΩΝ
Reverse design Athena standing l., with hand over owl and holding spear
Metal Æ
Average diameter 20 mm
Axis 2, 12
Reference RPC I, 2354; Cop 463
Specimens 8 (5 in the core collections)
Note The formula of the strategos' name is the same as on 921, indicating that this was made in the reign of Domitian. For further discussion of this coin, see RPC I, pp. 399-400, where it is regarded as a coin depicting Domitian. Augustus is another possibility.

Specimens of this coin type

Number Number Museum Bibliography
1 1     vA 7495
2 2     Cop SNG 463
3 3     ✸ P: 1187
4 4     Mu: 111
5 5     C: Hasluck
6 6     L: 1840,1226.1162
7 7     Lanz eBay
8 8     Freiburg: 11689