Search results: 135 entries found.

III 3848
Trajan Augustus
Berytus  Phoenicia Syria
Æ (25 mm) 14.26 g. Trajan, Divus Augustus, Divus Nerva (AD 114 or later)
DIVVS AVGVSTVS; head of Augustus, left
COL BER; nude Neptune standing with foot on prow, left, holding dolphin and trident
S 755–60, Rouvier 502 8
III 3849
Trajan Nerva (Divus)
Berytus  Phoenicia Syria
Æ (25 mm) 12.31 g. Trajan, Divus Augustus, Divus Nerva (AD 114 or later)
DIVVS NERVA; bust of Divus Nerva, right
COL BER; nude Neptune standing with foot on prow, left, holding dolphin and trident
S 761–66, Rouvier 517 7
III 3850
Hadrian Hadrian (Augustus)
Berytus  Phoenicia Syria
Æ (31 mm) 28.25 g. Hadrian Cos II (AD 118)
IMP CAES TRAI HADRIANO AVG II COS; laureate bust of Hadrian, draped and cuirassed, right
COL BER; statue of turreted Fortuna/Tyche-Astarte standing with foot on prow, facing, holding long stylis; to right, Victoria/Victory standing on column, left, crowning Fortuna/Tyche
S 1033, Rouvier — 1
III 3851
Hadrian Hadrian (Augustus)
Berytus  Phoenicia Syria
Æ (27 mm) 21.21 g. Hadrian Cos II (AD 118)
IMP CAES TRAI HADRIANO AVG II COS; laureate bust of Hadrian, draped and cuirassed, right
COL IVL AVG FEL BER; temple with four columns enclosing statue of turreted Fortuna/Tyche-Astarte standing with foot on prow, facing, holding long stylis; to right, Victoria/Victory standing on column, left, crowning Fortuna/Tyche
S 1034, Rouvier 533 1
No image
III 3852
Hadrian Hadrian (Augustus)
Berytus  Phoenicia Syria
Æ (27 mm) Hadrian Cos II (AD 118)
IMP CAES TRA(I) HADRIANO AVG II COS; laureate bust of Hadrian, (draped and) cuirassed, right
COL BER; nude Neptune standing with foot on prow, left, holding dolphin and trident
S 1035–7, Rouvier 534 3
No image
III 3853
Hadrian Hadrian (Augustus)
Berytus  Phoenicia Syria
Æ (24 mm) Hadrian Cos II (AD 118)
[IMP] CAES TRAI HADRIAN[ ] AVG II CO[S]; laureate bust of Hadrian, right
COL BER; veiled figure ploughing right with two oxen
S 1038, Rouvier — 1
III 3854
Hadrian Hadrian (Augustus)
Berytus  Phoenicia Syria
Æ (19 mm) 6.99 g. Hadrian Cos II (AD 118)
IMP CAES HADRI AVG III (?); laureate bust of Hadrian, right, with drapery on shoulder
COL V BER VIII; two military standards, each surmounted by eagle and two signa
S 1039–41, Rouvier — 4
III 3855
Hadrian Hadrian (Augustus)
Berytus  Phoenicia Syria
Æ (26 mm) 11.59 g. Hadrian Pater Patriae (AD 128/38)
IMP CAES TRAI HADRIANVS AVG P P; laureate bust of Hadrian, draped and cuirassed, right
COL BER; two military standards, each surmounted by eagle; in laurel wreath
S 1043–1116, Rouvier 532 18
III 3856
Hadrian Hadrian (Augustus)
Berytus  Phoenicia Syria
Æ (19 mm) 6.69 g. Hadrian Pater Patriae (AD 128/38)
IMP CAES TRAI HADRIANVS AVG; laureate bust of Hadrian, draped and cuirassed, right
COL BER; two military standards, each surmounted by eagle; in laurel wreath
S 1117–58, Rouvier 532 11
III 3857
Uncertain
Berytus  Phoenicia Syria
Æ (16 mm) 3.44 g. Small denominations (Second century?)
Marsyas standing right holding wineskin
C B; wreath
S 767–85, Rouvier 481 18
III 3858
Uncertain
Berytus  Phoenicia Syria
Æ (12 mm) 1.66 g. Small denominations (Second century?)
COL; Marsyas standing left holding wineskin
BER; prow right
S 786–844, Rouvier 478 64
III 3859
Uncertain
Berytus  Phoenicia Syria
Æ (15 mm) 1.34 g. Small denominations (Second century?)
Nike standing left or right with wreath and palm
C B; galley left
S 845–6, Rouvier 485 2
No image
III 3860
Uncertain
Berytus  Phoenicia Syria
Æ (13 mm) Small denominations (Second century?)
veiled bust of Tyche, right
C B; Victory advancing right with wreath and palm
S 847–8, Rouvier 476 0
III 3861
Uncertain
Berytus  Phoenicia Syria
Æ (12 mm) 1.22 g. Small denominations (Second century?)
Nike advancing left (occasionally right) with wreath and palm
C B; lituus left (or right)
S 849–96, Rouvier 482–4 11
III 3863
Uncertain
Berytus  Phoenicia Syria
Æ (11 mm) 0.83 g. Small denominations (Second century?)
COL; Marsyas standing left (occasionally right) holding wineskin
BER; prow right (occasionally left)
S 900–1031, Rouvier 478–80 4
No image
III 3864
Uncertain
Berytus  Phoenicia Syria
Æ Small denominations (Second century?)
C B
BER; prow
S 1032, Rouvier — 1
IV.3 6756 (temporary)
Berytus  Phoenicia Syria
Æ 18.26 g.
ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P T P (all As shaped as Λ); laureate-headed bust of Antoninus Pius wearing cuirass and paludamentum, right
COL BER [AVG?]; temple with four columns enclosing statue of turreted Fortuna/Tyche-Astarte standing with foot on prow, facing, holding long standard, raising dress with left hand; to right, Victoria/Nike standing on column, left, crowning Fortuna/Tyche
Sawaya 1174–9, Rouvier 540, BMC 103 6
IV.3 6755 (temporary)
Berytus  Phoenicia Syria
Æ 19.48 g.
IMP CAES T AELIO HAD AN[; laureate head of Antoninus Pius, right
COL IVL AVG FEL BER; temple with four columns enclosing statue of turreted Fortuna/Tyche-Astarte standing with foot on prow, facing, holding long standard, raising dress with left hand; to right, Victoria/Nike standing on column, left, crowning Fortuna/Tyche
Sawaya 1157–8, BMC 102 2
IV.3 8168 (temporary)
Berytus  Phoenicia Syria
Æ 15.23 g.
IMP CAES T AELIO [ (all As shaped as Λ); laureate head of Antoninus Pius, right
COL BER; nude Neptune/Poseidon standing with foot on prow, left, holding dolphin and trident
Sawaya 1159–61 3
IV.3 5311 (temporary)
Berytus  Phoenicia Syria
Æ 11.96 g.
IMP[ ] [ANT]ONINO [ (all As probably shaped as Λ); laureate-headed bust of Antoninus Pius wearing cuirass and paludamentum, left
COL IVL AVG FEL BER ( A shaped as Λ); founder as priest ploughing with two oxen, right
Sawaya 1166–8 3