Search results: 58 entries found.

I 2325
Augustus Augustus
Æ (18 mm) 3.79 g.
ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΣ; bare head of Augustus, right
ΣΚΗΨΙΩΝ; facing head of Dionysus
4
I 2325A
Tiberius Tiberius (Augustus)
Æ (16 mm) 2.99 g.
ΤΙΒ; bare head of Tiberius, right
ϹΚΗ; facing head of Dionysus
2
I 2326
Augustus Gaius (Caesar)
Leaded bronze (15 mm) 2.28 g.
ΓΑΙ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ; bare head of Gaius Caesar, right
ΛΕΥ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ ΣΚΗ; bare head of Lucius Caesar, right
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I 2327
Uncertain
Æ (18 mm) 3.92 g. uncertain emperor (Tiberius?)
ϹΕΒΑϹΤΟϹ; bare head, right
ϹΚΗΨΙΩΝ; facing head of Dionysus
1
I 2328
Uncertain
Æ (15 mm) 1.80 g. uncertain date
capricorn with cornucopia and globe, right
ϹΚΗΨΙΩΝ; tree, to left, eagle left, looking right
KM 46, 5 2
I 2329
Uncertain
Æ (15 mm) 1.55 g. uncertain date
ϹΚΗΨΙΩΝ; capricorn with globe (and cornucopia?), left
ϹΚΗΨΙ; tree
GRMK 55, 1 corr. 3
I 2329A
Uncertain
Æ (15 mm) 1.97 g. uncertain date
ϹΚΗΨΙΩΝ; capricorn with globe (and cornucopia?), right
ϹΚΗΨΙΩΝ; tree
1
II 903
Leaded bronze (16 mm) 3.09 g.
ϹΕΒΑϹΤΟϹ; laureate head of Vespasian (?), right
ϹΚΗΨΙ; facing bust of Dionysus (with horns), holding flowers (?) in hand
15
II 904
Domitian Domitian (Augustus)
Æ (23 mm) 8.59 g.
ΚΑΙϹΑΡ ΔΟΜΙΤΙΑΝ[ ]; laureate head of Domitian, right
ϹΚΗ[ ]ΙΝ; Dionysus standing to front, holding cantharus; at feet, panther
1
II 905
Domitian Domitian (Augustus)
Æ (13 mm) 5.01 g.
[ ] ΔΟΜΙΤΙΑΝΟ[ ]; laureate head of Domitian, right
ϹΚΗΨΙΩΝ; tree with five branches; to left, eagle
2
III 1583
Trajan Trajan (Augustus)
Scepsis  Troas Asia (conventus of Cyzicus)
Æ (18 mm) 4.68 g.
ΑΥΤΟΚΡΑΤΩ ΝΕΡ ΤΡΑΙ; laureate head of Trajan, right
ϹΚΗ; forepart of winged horse, right
BMC 28 5
III 1584
Trajan Trajan (Augustus)
Scepsis  Troas Asia (conventus of Cyzicus)
Æ (13 mm) 2.76 g.
[ΑΥΤΟ]ΚΡΑΤΩ ΝΕΡ Τ[ΡΑΙ]; laureate head of Trajan, right
ϹΚΗΨΙωΝ; capricorn, right
MG 268/200, GM 630/238 6
III 1585
Trajan Trajan (Augustus)
Scepsis  Troas Asia (conventus of Cyzicus)
Æ (15 mm) 2.67 g.
ΤΡΑΙΑΝΟϹ; laureate head of Trajan, right
ΣΚΗ; Fir tree in rectangular frame
U. Wartenberg, 'The Curious Case of a Hellenistic Die on a Roman Coin of Skepsis', in L. Bricault et al. (eds), Mélanges offerts à Michel Amandry (Bordeaux, 2017), pp. 225–8. 3
III 1585A
Hadrian Hadrian (Augustus)
Scepsis  Troas Asia (conventus of Cyzicus)
Æ (28 mm) 13.54 g.
[ΚΑΙϹ]ΑΡ ΑΔ[ΡΙΑΝΟϹ]; laureate and cuirassed bust of Hadrian, right
ϹΚΗ-ΨΙΝ (to l. and r.); facing bust of Dionysus, left
2
III 1586
Hadrian Hadrian (Augustus)
Scepsis  Troas Asia (conventus of Cyzicus)
Æ (21 mm) 9.74 g.
ΚΑΙϹΑΡ ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟϹ; laureate and cuirassed bust of Hadrian, right
ϹΚΗ-ΨΙΝ (to l. and r.); facing bust of Dionysus, left
2
III 1587
Hadrian Hadrian (Augustus)
Scepsis  Troas Asia (conventus of Cyzicus)
Æ (22 mm) 7.72 g.
[ΚΑΙ]ϹΑΡ ΑΔΡΙΑΝ[ΟϹ]; laureate and cuirassed bust of Hadrian, right
ϹΚΗ-ΨΙΝ (to l. and r.); Dionysus standing facing, holding cantharus in right hand and thyrsus in left; at feet, panther
Wa 1223 1
IV.2 2798 (temporary)
Scepsis  Troas Asia (conventus of Cyzicus)
Æ (27 mm) 8.89 g. 138–161
(obverse legend obscure); laureate-headed bust of Antoninus Pius wearing cuirass and paludamentum, right, seen from front
]ΨΙΝ(?) (facing outward); horned(?) and draped bust of Dionysus (bearded), left, wearing kalathos and ivy wreath
3
IV.2 200 (temporary)
Scepsis  Troas Asia (conventus of Cyzicus)
Æ (23 mm) 4.11 g. 138–161
ΑΥ ΚΑΙ ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΟϹ; bare head of Antoninus Pius, right
ϹΚΗΨΙΩΝ ΔΑΡΔ (facing outward); youthful male figure galloping, right, brandishing spear
3
IV.2 2593 (temporary)
Scepsis  Troas Asia (conventus of Cyzicus)
Æ (23 mm) 6.29 g. c. 144–161
ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΟϹ [ ] ϹΕΒ; laureate head of Antoninus Pius, right
ΑΥΡΗΛΙΟϹ ΚΑΙ ϹΕΒ ΥΟϹ ϹΚΗ (ϹΚΗ underneath bust and facing outward); bare-headed bust of Marcus Aurelius (lightly bearded - short beard) wearing paludamentum, right, seen from centre
1
IV.2 11301 (temporary)
Scepsis  Troas Asia (conventus of Cyzicus)
Æ (23 mm) 9.24 g. Marcus and Verus, co-emperors: »Ilion« (161–162 or later)
ϹΕΒΑϹΤΗ ΦΑΥϹϹΤΕΙΝΑ(sic) ΑΥΓΟΥϹ; draped bust of Faustina II, right
ϹΚΗΨΙωΝ (facing outward); Aeneas advancing, right, head, left, leading Ascanius and carrying Anchises
1