RPC IV.2, 2030 (temporary)

 

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Coin type
Volume IV.2
Number 2030 (temporary)
Province Asia
Subprovince Conventus of Cibyra
Region Phrygia
City Hierapolis
Reign Uncertain
Issue 'Pseudo-autonomous': Second or early third century AD
Dating c. 100-218
Obverse inscription
Obverse design laureate-headed and draped bust of Asclepius, r.; to r., serpent-staff
Reverse inscription ΙƐΡΑΠοΛƐΙΤΩΝ
Reverse design winged Nemesis standing, l., plucking chiton, holding bridle
Metal Æ
Average diameter 19 mm
Axis 6, 12
Reference L. Weber, NC 1913, 11, IV, no. 1–3, BMC 16–17, Cop 415, MG 400, no. 106
Specimens 13 (8 in the core collections)

Specimens of this coin type

Number Number Museum Bibliography
1 1     ✸ L: BMC 16, pl. XXIX.6
1 1     Lindgren I, 838, under 'Tmolus Aureliopolis', first part of ethnic on reverse garbled, perhaps retrograde
2 2     L: BMC 17
3 3     B: (Löbb)
4 4     P: 1245 Wa 6092
5 5     G: II, 487, no. 3 SNG I, no. 1952
6 6     B: I-B MG 400, no. 106 = L. Weber, NC 1913, 11, IV, no. 2, pl. I.12
7 7     Cop: 415
8 8     N: Fiorelli 8620
9 9     Weber 7101, not illustrated
10 10     O
11 11     Lindgren I, A966A
12 12     Private coll. CGT