RPC IV.2, 1832 (temporary)

 

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Coin type
Volume IV.2
Number 1832 (temporary)
Province Asia
Subprovince Conventus of Cibyra
Region Phrygia
City Ceretapa Diocaesarea
Reign Antoninus Pius
Person (obv.) Marcus Aurelius (Caesar)
Dating c. 139-146
Obverse inscription ΑVΡΗΛΙΟϹ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ (Ρs shaped as Ιs)
Obverse design bare-headed bust of Marcus Aurelius (youthful - lightly bearded) wearing cuirass and paludamentum, r., seen from centre
Reverse inscription ΚƐΡƐΤΑΠƐΩΝ ΔΙΟΚΑΙϹΑΡƐΩΝ (Ρs shaped as Ι and Αs shaped as Λs)
Reverse design to l., nude Heracles (youthful) standing, facing, head, r., wearing lion-scalp, resting arm on club, holding lion skin; to r., Zeus standing, l., holding eagle and long sceptre
Metal Æ
Average diameter 38 mm
Average weight 27.54 g
Axis 12
Reference vA Phryg. I, 487–8
Specimens 4

Specimens of this coin type

Number Museum Bibliography
1     Mu SNG 277 = vA 8392 = Kraft, p. 64 = vA Phryg. I, 487, pl. 14
2     B: I-B KM 250, no. 1 = Robert, Villes, p. 325, n. 7, pl. XXXV.7 = vA Phryg. I, 488, pl. 14 (rev.), rev. legend with signs of tooling
3     Numismatik Naumann 45 (03/07/2016), 496 = Numismatik Naumann 58 (01/10/2017), 334
4     ✸ CNG Electronic Auction 230 (24/03/2010), 207