Search results: 15 entries found.

I 2809
Uncertain Augustus (—) Uncertain name (—)
Alabanda  Caria Asia (conventus of Alabanda)
Æ (16 mm) 3.92 g. Augustus?
[ΕΠΙ ΑΦ]ΡΟΔΙΤΟΥ Α[ΜΝ?]ΣΣΟ[Υ]; bare head of Augustus (?), r.
ΑΛΑΒΑΝΔΕ[ ]ΓΙΤΟΥ ΤΗΛΕ(?); female head (of Livia?), r.
KM 103, no. 7, FITA 373 6
I 3168A
Acmonea  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Apamea)
Æ (25 mm) 2.87 g.
[ ]ΕΒΑ[ ]; laureate head of Tiberius, r.
[ ] ΑΚΜΟΝΕΩΝ; Artemis advancing r., firing bow; stag behind
I 5422
Uncertain  Uncertain Uncertain
Æ (30 mm) 12.28 g.
ΕΠΙ ΚΑΙΣΑΡΟΣ ΤΟ ΔΕΥΤΕΡΟΝ; bare head of Augustus, r.
ΧΑΡΙΔΑΜΟΥ ΙΕΡΕΟΣ ΑΥΤΟ[ ]ΑΛ(??)ΑΕΟΣ; bearded head, r. (Zeus?)
FITA 377 1
II 963A
Myrina  Aeolis Asia (conventus of Smyrna)
Æ (25 mm) 10.76 g.
[ ]ΟΝ ΑΥΤΟΚΡΑΤΟΡΑ ΟΥƐϹΠΑϹΙΑΝ[ΟΝ ]; laureate head of Vespasian, l.
ƐΠΙ ΠΡ [ ] Μ[Υ]ΡΙΝΑΙ[Ω]Ν; Apollo, radiate, standing, facing, holding patera, branch and taenia; at feet, r., lyre
II 1730.3
Uncertain Uncertain name (—)
Tarsus  Cilicia (Cilicia Pedias) Cilicia
Æ (25 mm) 13.93 g. First century AD (?)
Tyche seated, r., holding corn-ears and with river god Kydnos beneath
ΤΑΡϹΕΩΝ (on r.), ϹΙΚ/ϹΟϹ (in field, l.); Zeus seated, l., holding Nike with wreath and sceptre
III 1766B
Trajan Trajan (Augustus) Uncertain name (—)
Germe  Mysia Asia (conventus of Pergamum)
Æ (32 mm) 19.67 g.
ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙ ΝΕ [ ] ΓΕ ΔΑ; laureate head of Trajan, r.
ΓΕΡΜΗΝΩΝ ΤΩΝ ΠƐΡΙ Ν(?)[ Σ]ΤΡΑ ΤΟ Β; Dionysus standing l., head r., holding cantharus over panther and thyrsus
IV.1 10190 (temporary)
Pautalia  Thrace Thrace
Æ 15.71 g.
[ΑV ΚΑΙ] Μ ΑVΡΗΛΙ[? ΚΟΜΟΔΟϹ; laureate head of Commodus, r.
ΗΓƐ ΙΟ[V ΚΑϹΤ]ΟV ΟVΛΠΙΑϹ ΠΑVΤΑΛΙΑϹ; the three Charites; to l., tripod
IV.2 11901 (temporary)
Uncertain Uncertain name (—)
Cyzicus  Mysia Asia (conventus of Cyzicus)
Æ (34 mm) 14.94 g.
ΚΟΡΗ ϹΩΤƐΙΡΑ ΚVΖΙΚΗΝΩΝ; corn-wreathed and draped bust of Kore Soteira (head assimilated to portrait of Faustina II?) wearing necklace, r.
[ ]ΟV, ΚΥΖΙΚΗΝΩΝ Β ΝƐΟΚοΡΩΝ; temple with eight columns
H. von Fritze, Nomisma 10 (1917), VI — 1
IV.2 11347 (temporary)
Germe  Mysia Asia (conventus of Pergamum)
Æ (25 mm) 11.36 g. 138-161
] ΑΔΡΙΑ ΑΝΤΩΝ[; laureate head of Antoninus Pius, r.
] ΓΕΡΜ[ΗΝΩΝ?]; Zeus seated, l., holding eagle(?) and long sceptre
Ehling 89 1
IV.2 3027 (temporary)
Miletus  Ionia Asia (conventus of Miletus)
Æ (26 mm) 5.91 g. c. 182-184
ΑΥ Κ[; laureate-headed bust of Commodus (medium length beard) (or Marcus Aurelius or Septimius Severus?) wearing cuirass and paludamentum, r., seen from rear
(rev. legend obscure); nude Apollo (Delphinios) seated on rock, l., head, r., placing r. hand on top of his head, holding bow in l. hand, resting with l. arm on omphalos around which serpent coils
Roch XXIII.2 (obverse as Marcus Aurelius) 3
IV.2 1514 (temporary)
R1 18.55 g. 175-177
Λ ΑVΡ ΚοΜοΔοϹ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ; bare-headed bust of Commodus (youthful) wearing paludamentum, r., seen from rear
ƐΠΙ [ ] ϹΤΡΑΤοΝΙΚ[?; Zeus seated, l., holding Nike and long sceptre; above Zeus's shoulder, Nike flying, l., crowning Zeus
Cop 501 4
IV.2 1887 (temporary)
Uncertain Uncertain name (—)
Colossae  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Cibyra)
R7 4.41 g. 'Pseudo-autonomous': The Antonines (c. 138-192)
ΚΟΛΟϹϹΗΝΩ[Ν]; veiled and draped bust of the Boule, r.
]ΟΡΩΝ [ΑΝƐ]ΘΗΚƐΝ; Dionysus standing, l., holding cantharus over panther and long thyrsus
vA Phryg. II, 454, Martin, Demos, Colossae 4 1
IV.2 1862 (temporary)
R1 20.28 g.
ΑVΤ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ Μ ΑVΡ ΑΝΤΩΝƐΙΝΟϹ ϹƐΒ; laureate-headed bust of Marcus Aurelius wearing cuirass and paludamentum, l., seen from rear
ƐΠΙ [ ] ΔΙΟΝΥϹΟΠΟΛƐΙΤΩΝ; male figure (Hades struggling with Persephone?) standing in galloping quadriga, r., head, l.
vA Phryg. II, 134 1
VII.1 163
Pergamum  Mysia Asia (conventus of Pergamum)
Æ (45 mm) 39.83 g.
ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΝΤ ΓΟΡΔΙΑΝΟϹ; laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Gordian III, r., seen from rear
[ ]; Hygieia standing r., feeding serpent from patera, facing Asclepius standing l., holding serpent-staff; between them, altar
Philip I Philip II (Caesar) Uncertain name (—)
Æ (25 mm) 7.09 g.
Μ ΙΟΥΛ ΦΙΛΙΠΠΟϹ; bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust of Philip II, r., seen from rear
ƐΠΙ ϹΤΡ ΑΥΡ Φ[ ] ΠΩΡΟϹƐΛΗΝƐΙΤΩΝ; Homonoia standing l., holding patera and cornucopia