Search results: 5 entries found.

IV.2 10814 (temporary)
Uncertain
Elaea  Aeolis Asia (conventus of Pergamum)
Æ (16 mm) 2.58 g. 'Pseudo-autonomous': Second half of second century AD (?) (c. 150-200)
draped bust of founder Menestheus (lightly bearded) wearing cuirass(?), r.; to l., olive-branch
ƐΛΑΙΤΩΝ; female figure (Demeter-Tyche?) standing, l., wearing kalathos, holding ears of corn and cornucopia
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IV.2 1800 (temporary)
Uncertain
Elaea  Aeolis Asia (conventus of Pergamum)
Æ (16 mm) 2.22 g. 'Pseudo-autonomous': Second half of second century AD (?) (c. 150-200)
draped bust of founder Menestheus (lightly bearded) wearing cuirass(?), r.; to l., olive-branch
ƐΛΑΙΤΩΝ; three poppies growing between four ears of corn
BMC 31–3 7
IV.2 1802 (temporary)
Uncertain
Elaea  Aeolis Asia (conventus of Pergamum)
Æ (15 mm) 2.22 g. 'Pseudo-autonomous': Second half of second century AD (?) (c. 150-200)
draped bust of Asclepius, r.; to r., serpent-staff
ΕΛΑΙΤΩΝ; kalathos containing poppy and two ears of corn
Cop 190 5
IV.2 3300 (temporary)
Uncertain
Elaea  Aeolis Asia (conventus of Pergamum)
Æ (15 mm) 2.19 g. 'Pseudo-autonomous': Second half of second century AD (?) (c. 150-200)
bust of Heracles (bearded) wearing lion skin around neck, r.
ƐΛΑΙΤΩΝ; kalathos containing three poppies and two ears of corn
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IV.2 2473 (temporary)
Uncertain
Elaea  Aeolis Asia (conventus of Pergamum)
Æ (15 mm) 1.74 g. 'Pseudo-autonomous': Second half of second century AD (?) (c. 150-200)
bust of Heracles (bearded) wearing lion skin around neck, r.
ƐΛΑΙΤΩΝ; Telesphorus standing, facing
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