RPC IV.2, 11468 (temporary)

 

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Coin type
Volume IV.2
Number 11468 (temporary)
Province Asia
Subprovince Conventus of Ephesus
Region Ionia
City Ephesus
Reign Antoninus Pius
Person (obv.) Antoninus Pius (Augustus)
Issue Issue 3
Dating 138-161
Obverse inscription ΑV Κ Τ ΑΙ ΑΔΡΙΑ ΑΝΤΩΝƐΙΝοϹ
Obverse design laureate-headed bust of Antoninus Pius wearing aegis, r., seen from centre
Reverse inscription ƐΦƐϹΙΩΝ ΔΙϹ ΝƐΩΚΟΡΩΝ
Reverse design temple with eight columns enclosing statue of Artemis of Ephesus standing, facing, wearing kalathos, having supports; (in pediment, three doors or two Nikai supporting globe)
Metal Æ
Average diameter 36 mm
Average weight 25.61 g
Axis 1, 7, 12
Reference Karwiese 203 corr., 207, 215(a), 216, Cop 397
Specimens 12

Specimens of this coin type

Number Museum Bibliography
2     ✸ Cop: 397 B.L. Trell, 'The Temple of Artemis at Ephesos', NNM 107 (1945), pl. III.1 (rev.) = Karwiese 216 (V23, R51), with three dorors and two Nikai supporting globe in pediment
4     G. Hirsch 169 (20/02/1991), 903 = G. Hirsch 174 (13/05/1992), 738 = G. Hirsch 179 (21/09/1993), 955 = Peus 366 (25/10/2000), coll. Marcel Burstein, 616, pl. 31, with three doors in pediment
5     P: 708 Karwiese 207 (R33), with empty pediment
6     P: 709 Karwiese 203 ('V19', R24), reverse tooled: with six columns only, with two Nikai supporting globe in pediment
7     Tire SNG Turkey 5.I, with three doors in pediment
8     MünzZentrum 63 (13/04/1988), 1289 = G. Hirsch 159 (21/09/1988), 752 = Karwiese 215 (R46), with three doors in pediment
9     Bern: 1465 Karwiese 207 (V22, R32), with uncertain figures in pediment
10     Ephesus: 55/96 found at 'Stadion' = Karwiese 215 (R48), perhaps with additional reverse legend variation ΝƐοΚοΡΩΝ, with three doors in pediment
11     Budapest: 50/1934/5 Karwiese 207 (V23, 'R34'), with empty pediment
12     Missere 309 = G. Hirsch 177 (10/02/1993), 909 = Karwiese 215 (R47), with three doors in pediment
13     Schulten 16 (22/04/1985), 497, with two Nikai supporting globe in pediment
14     V-Universität: Inv. 7280, ex coll. Schöller Karwiese 215 (V23), with three doors in pediment