RPC III, 11

 

Image of specimen #23

 

Coin type
Volume III
Number 11
Province Cyrenaica and Crete
Region Cyrenaica
City Cyrenaica
Reign Hadrian
Person (obv.) Hadrian (Augustus)
Obverse inscription HADRIANVS AVGVSTVS
Obverse design laureate head of Hadrian r., with drapery on l. shoulder
Reverse inscription COS III
Reverse design head of Jupiter Ammon, r.
Metal Æ
Average diameter 17 mm
Average weight 2.89 g
Axis 6
Reference RIC (old) p. 478/*, RIC II.3, 893, BMC p. 441/*, S 288, 289a (Caesarea), Asolati 179
Specimens 26
Note Brass

Specimens of this coin type

Number Museum Bibliography
1     L: 1922,0314.44
2     L: 1964,0910.1
3     L: G 0899
4     L: G 0900
5     O: Douce
6     O: Douce
7     O: Christ Church
8     G SNG 432
9     G SNG 433
10     P: 10841
11     P: 10847
12     P: D 648 Duchalais, RN 1851, p. 102 and pl. V, 4
13     Brussels: II, 66.282
14     Milan: Laff. 28196
15     Milan: Brera 2686
16     V: R 9887
17     V: R 39215
18     V: R 40877
19     B: Löbb.
20     NY: 1944.100.62449
21     NY: 1998.18.142
22     Cyrene excavations ( = Buttrey 754 and Pl. 11)
23     ✸ NAC 40, 16 May 2007, lot 716
24     CNG EA 209, 22 Apr. 2009, lot 271 (= Asolati Tav. p. 148, 179/2)
25     NAC 92, Part 1, 23–24 May 2016, lot 555
26     B. Woytek, 'A remarkable group of semisses of Hadrian', in F.Stroobants et Ch. Lauwers ed., Detur dignissimo. Studies in honour ofJohan van Heesch (Brussels, 2020), pp. 285-307, at 293. Perhaps from the Balkans.