Search results: 883 entries found.

Cyzicus  Mysia Asia (conventus of Cyzicus)
Æ (28 mm) 10.05 g.
ΚΟΡΗ ϹΩΤΕΙΑΡ (sic); draped bust of Kore Soteira wearing wreath of corn ears, right; below, serpent
ϹΤΡΑ Λ ΟΚ ϹΕΒΗ[ΡΟΥ], ΚΥΖΙΚΗΝΩΝ ΔΙϹ ΝΕΚΟ/ΡΩΝ; temple with eight columns and wreath in pediment; to right, building with door, at top, three statues of Demeter carrying torches; on either side, flaming torch entwined by serpent
1
Cyzicus  Mysia Asia (conventus of Cyzicus)
Æ (22 mm) 8.39 g.
ΑΥΤ Κ Π ΛΙΚ ΓΑΛΛΙΗΝΟϹ; laureate and draped bust of Gallienus, right, seen from rear
ΚΥΖΙΚΗΝΩΝ / [ ]; temple with eight columns with wreath in pediment
2
Cyzicus  Mysia Asia (conventus of Cyzicus)
Æ (34 mm) 27.05 g.
ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΥΡ ΚΛΑΥΔΙΟϹ ϹΕΒ; laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Claudius II, right, seen from rear
ϹΤΡΑ ϹΕΠΤ ΠΟΝΤΙΚΟΥ / ΚΥΖΙΚΗΝΩΝ Β / ΝΕΩΚΟΡΩΝ; temple with eight columns with wreath in pediment
5
Philip I Philip II (Caesar)
Cyzicus  Mysia Asia (conventus of Cyzicus)
Æ (25 mm) 7.15 g. First issues (AD 244–7)
Μ ΙΟΥΛΙΟϹ ΦΙΛΙΠΠΟϹ Κ; bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust of Philip II, right, seen from rear
ΚΥΖΙΚΗΝΩΝ ΝΕΩΚΟΡΩΝ; temple with eight columns; in pediment, crown
2
IV.2 2529 (temporary)
Cyzicus  Mysia Asia (conventus of Cyzicus)
Æ (27 mm) 9.66 g. Faustina II: »Kyzikos« (Group 2) (c. 169–175, perhaps until AD 176)
ΦΑΥϹΤΕΙΝΑ ϹΕΒΑϹΤΗ; draped bust of Faustina II, right
ΚΥΖΙΚΗΝΩΝ ΝΕΟΚΟΡΩΝ; temple with four columns enclosing bearded herm (Zeus?), extending arms
5
IV.2 9437 (temporary)
Cyzicus  Mysia Asia (conventus of Cyzicus)
Æ (34 mm) 26.00 g. Group 2 (c. 147–161)
ΑΥ ΚΑΙ ΤΙ ΑΙ ΑΔΡΙ ΑΝΤΩΝΕ[ΙΝΟϹ]; bare-headed bust of Antoninus Pius wearing paludamentum, right, seen from rear
ΚΥΖΙΚΗΝΩΝ ΝΕΟΚ[Ο]ΡΩΝ (Ζ shaped as エ); temple with four columns enclosing statue of Zeus (or emperor?) seated, left, holding Nike and long sceptre
1
I 2243
Augustus Augustus
Cyzicus  Mysia Asia (conventus of Cyzicus)
Leaded bronze (15 mm) 2.73 g.
Ϲ; bare head of Augustus, right, in wreath
ΚΥΖΙ; three ears of corn
10
IV.2 679 (temporary)
Cyzicus  Mysia Asia (conventus of Cyzicus) Ephesus
Æ (34 mm) 23.59 g. Group 1: early in the reign of Antoninus Pius (c. 138–142(?))
ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙ ΑΔΡΙ ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΟϹ ϹΕΒ; bare-headed bust of Antoninus Pius wearing cuirass and paludamentum, right, seen from rear
ϹΤΡ ΕϹΤΙΑΙΟΥ ΟΜΟΝΟΙΑ; to left, cult statue of Artemis of Ephesus standing, facing, wearing kalathos, having supports; to right, Demeter advancing, right, head facing, holding torch in each hand
Franke & Nollé 1020–1 corr., BMC 291 2
No image
IV.2 11186 (temporary)
Cyzicus  Mysia Asia (conventus of Cyzicus) Ephesus
Æ (34 mm) 23.32 g. Group 1: early in the reign of Antoninus Pius (c. 138–142(?))
ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙ ΑΔΡΙ ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΟϹ ϹΕΒ; laureate-headed bust of Antoninus Pius wearing cuirass and paludamentum, right, seen from rear
[ϹΤΡ] ΕϹΤΙΑΙΟΥ ΟΜΟΝΟΙΑ; to left, cult statue of Artemis of Ephesus standing, facing, wearing kalathos, having supports; to right, Demeter advancing, right, head facing, holding torch in each hand
Franke & Nollé 1022 corr. 1
IV.2 7777 (temporary)
Cyzicus  Mysia Asia (conventus of Cyzicus) Ephesus
Æ (34 mm) 23.52 g. Group 1: early in the reign of Antoninus Pius (c. 138–142(?))
ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙ ΑΔΡΙ ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΟϹ ϹΕΒ; laureate-headed bust of Antoninus Pius wearing cuirass and paludamentum, right, seen from rear
ΕΠΙ ΕϹΤΙΑΙΟΥ ΟΜΟΝΟΙΑ; to left, cult statue of Artemis of Ephesus standing, facing, wearing kalathos, having supports; to right, Demeter advancing, right, head left, holding torch in each hand
Franke & Nollé 1024 6
IV.2 10842 (temporary)
Cyzicus  Mysia Asia (conventus of Cyzicus) Ephesus
Æ (34 mm) 29.48 g. Marcus and Verus, co-emperors (161–169, mostly c.AD 161–165 but some later)
ΑΥ ΚΑΙ Μ ΑΥΡΗ ΑΝ[ΤΩΝΕ]ΙΝΟϹ; bare-headed bust of Marcus Aurelius (long beard) wearing cuirass and paludamentum, right, seen from rear
ΚΥΖΙΚΗΝΩΝ ΕΦ[ΕϹΙΩΝ] ΟΜΟΝΟΙΑ (Ζ shaped as エ); to left, cult statue of Artemis of Ephesus, facing, wearing kalathos, having supports; to right, Demeter advancing, right, head, left, holding torch in each hand
Franke & Nollé — 1
IV.2 710 (temporary)
Cyzicus  Mysia Asia (conventus of Cyzicus) Ephesus
ΚοΡΗ ϹΩΤΕΙΡΑ ΚΥΖΙΚΗΝΩΝ; corn-wreathed and draped bust of Kore Soteira wearing necklace, right
ϹΤΡΑ ΤΙ ΚΛ ϹΕΒΗΡΟΥ ΚΥΖΙΚΗΝΩ ΝΕοΚοΡΩΝ; to left, cult statue of Artemis of Ephesus, facing, wearing kalathos, having supports; to right, Demeter advancing, right, head, left, holding torch in each hand
Franke & Nollé —, H. von Fritze, Nomisma 10 (1917), VI 3b, BMC 292, Cop 99 6
IV.2 10163 (temporary)
Cyzicus  Mysia Asia (conventus of Cyzicus)
ΑΥ [ΚΑΙ] Μ ΑΥΡΗ ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΟϹ; bare-headed bust of Marcus Aurelius (long beard with long curls) wearing cuirass and paludamentum, right, seen from rear
ϹΤΡΑ ΤΙ ΚΛ ϹΕΒΗΡοΥ ΚΥΖΙΚΗ ΝΕοΚοΡ; to left, emperor (Marcus Aurelius, bearded) standing, facing, head, right, wearing military dress, holding spear, sword and paludamentum; to right, Nike standing, left, crowning emperor, holding palm-branch
2
IV.2 11213 (temporary)
Cyzicus  Mysia Asia (conventus of Cyzicus)
ΚοΡΗ ϹΩΤΕΙΡΑ ΚΥΖΙΚΗΝΩΝ; corn-wreathed and draped bust of Kore Soteira wearing necklace, right
Ϲ[ΤΡΑ ΤΙ ΚΛ ϹΕΒΗ]ΡοΥΥΖΙΚΗ] ΝΕοΚοΡ; to left, emperor (Marcus Aurelius, bearded) standing, facing, head, right, wearing military dress, holding spear, sword and paludamentum; to right, Nike standing, left, crowning emperor, holding palm-branch
H. von Fritze, Nomisma 10 (1917), VI 3f var. 1
IV.2 748 (temporary)
Cyzicus  Mysia Asia (conventus of Cyzicus)
ΚοΡΗ ϹΩΤΕΙΡΑ ΚΥΖΙΚΗΝΩΝ; corn-wreathed and draped bust of Kore Soteira wearing necklace, right
ΚΥΖΙΚΗΝΩΝ ΝΕΟΚΟΡΩΝ; to left, emperor (Marcus Aurelius, bearded) standing, facing, head, right, wearing military dress, holding spear, sword and paludamentum; to right, Nike standing, left, crowning emperor, holding palm-branch
H. von Fritze, Nomisma 10 (1917), VI 3f 1
IV.2 3072 (temporary)
Cyzicus  Mysia Asia (conventus of Cyzicus) Smyrna
Æ (43 mm) 32.29 g. ΚΟΜΜΟΔΟС (c. 180–182)
ΑΥ ΚΑΙ Μ ΑΥΡΗΛΙΟ ΚΟΜΜΟΔΟϹ; laureate-headed bust of Commodus (short beard) wearing cuirass and paludamentum, left, seen from front
[ΕΠΙ ϹΤΡΑΤ] ΝΑΙΒ ΚΥΙΝΤοΥ ΜΑΞΙΜοΥ ΚΥΖΙΚΟϹ ϹΜΥΡΝΑ οΜοΝοΙΑ (Ϲ shaped as Ζ); to left, hero Kyzikos standing, right, chlamys over shoulder, holding spear; to right, Amazon Smyrna standing, left, holding holding double axe and pelta; both clasping hands
Franke & Nollé 1041, D. Salgado, OMNI 9 (2015), p. 178 (Tipo VIII) 3
IV.2 763 (temporary)
Cyzicus  Mysia Asia (conventus of Cyzicus) Smyrna
Æ (43 mm) 34.03 g. ΚΟΜΜΟΔΟС (c. 180–182)
ΚΟΡΗ ϹΩΤΕΙΡΑ ΚΥΖΙΚΗΝΩΝ; corn-wreathed and draped bust of Kore Soteira (head assimilated to portrait of Faustina II?) wearing necklace, right
ΕΠΙ ϹΤΡΑΤ ΝΑΙΒ ΚΥΙΝΤο[Υ ΜΑΞΙΜοΥ] ΚΥΖΙΚΟϹ ϹΜΥΡΝΑ οΜοΝοΙΑ (Ϲ shaped as Ζ); to left, hero Kyzikos standing, right, chlamys over shoulder, holding spear; to right, Amazon Smyrna standing, left, holding holding double axe and pelta; both clasping hands
Franke & Nollé 1037, H. von Fritze, Nomisma 10 (1917), VI 6l, D. Salgado, OMNI 9 (2015), p. 178 (Tipo VII) 2
IV.2 11222 (temporary)
Cyzicus  Mysia Asia (conventus of Cyzicus) Smyrna
Æ (34 mm) 25.11 g. ΚΟΜΜΟΔΟС (c. 180–182)
ΑΥ ΚΑΙ Μ ΑΥ[Ρ]Η ΚΟΜΜΟΔΟϹ; laureate-headed bust of Commodus (short beard) wearing cuirass and paludamentum, right, seen from front
] ΝΑΙΒ [Κ]ΥΙΝΤΟΥ ϹΜΥΡΝΑ ΚΥΖΙΚΟϹ (Ϲ shaped as Ζ); to left, hero Kyzikos standing, right, in military dress, holding spear; to right, Amazon Smyrna standing, left, holding holding double axe and pelta; both clasping hands
Franke & Nollé — 1
IV.2 9686 (temporary)
Cyzicus  Mysia Asia (conventus of Cyzicus)
Æ (27 mm) 15.18 g. Group 1: early in the reign of Antoninus Pius (c. 138–142(?))
ΥΤ ΚΑΙ ΑΔΡΙ ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΟϹ ϹΕB (?)]; laureate(?) head of Antoninus Pius, right
ΥΖΙΚΗΝΩΝ?] ΝΕΟΚΟΡΩΝ; to left, Hygieia standing, right, feeding serpent from patera; to right, Asclepius standing, facing, head, left, holding serpent-staff
1
IV.2 754 (temporary)
Cyzicus  Mysia Asia (conventus of Cyzicus)
Æ (43 mm) 36.25 g. c. 184–190
ΚΟΡΗ ϹΩΤΕΙΡΑ ΚΥΖΙΚΗΝΩΝ; corn-wreathed and draped bust of Kore Soteira (head assimilated to portrait of Faustina II?) wearing necklace, right
[ΕΠΙ?] ϹΤΡΑ ΑΥΡΗ ΜΕ[Ι]ΔΙΟΥ Α[ϹΙΑΡΧΟΥ ΚΥΖΙΚΗΝΩΝ (perhaps abbreviated)] ΝΕΟΚΟΡΩΝ; to left, Hygieia standing, right, feeding serpent from patera; to right, Asclepius standing, facing, head, left, holding serpent-staff; between, Telesphorus standing, facing
H. von Fritze, Nomisma 10 (1917), VI 6b 1