Countermark

https://rpc.ashmus.ox.ac.uk/countermark/707 
GIC 581
CΑΓ
rectangular 
6 x 4 mm 
Laodicea became a metro[polis in AD 194 and a colonia in AD 197-8. The countermark was applied after the introduction of Latin onto the coins. It is uncertain if the cmk was in Latin or Greek. The cmk was applied before, or possibly at the same time as cmk 586. 

Coins with this countermark

Number Image TypeNumber CoinNumber VolumeNumber
RPC II, 2028 Show 2028 4 2
RPC IV, 6275 (temporary) Show 2152 12 4.3
RPC IV, 8597 (temporary) Show 2163 3 4.3
RPC IV, 6277 (temporary) Show 2162 5 4.3
RPC IV, 6278 (temporary) Show 2165 2 4.3
RPC IV, 6277 (temporary) Show 2162 17 4.3
RPC IV, 6277 (temporary) Show 2162 11 4.3
RPC IV, 8597 (temporary) Show 2163 5 4.3
RPC IV, 9011 (temporary) Show 2164 4 4.3
RPC IV, 8597 (temporary) Show 2163 6 4.3
RPC IV, 6277 (temporary) Show 2162 8 4.3
RPC IV, 9011 (temporary) Show 2164 3 4.3
RPC IV, 6277 (temporary) Show 2162 14 4.3
RPC IV, 6277 (temporary) Show 2162 21 4.3
RPC IV, 8597 (temporary) Show 2163 2 4.3
RPC IV, 6277 (temporary) Show 2162 13 4.3
RPC IV, 6277 (temporary) Show 2162 10 4.3
RPC IV, 6277 (temporary) Show 2162 7 4.3
RPC IV, 6277 (temporary) Show 2162 2 4.3
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