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IV.3 17456 (temporary)
Olbasa  Pisidia Lycia-Pamphylia
Æ 2.60 g. c. 139–147
[IMPE?] ANTONIN; laureate head of Antoninus Pius, right
COL OLBA[SENORV]M; eagle standing, facing, on bone (or thunderbolt?), head, right, spreading wings
vA Olbasa 1
IV.3 7685 (temporary)
Olbasa  Pisidia Lycia-Pamphylia
Æ 5.60 g. c. 144–161
AVREL CAESAR; bare head of Marcus Aurelius (lightly bearded - short beard), right
COL AVG OLB; Mên on horseback, right, wearing Phrygian cap; behind his shoulders, crescent
vA Olbasa 9 3
IV.3 7684 (temporary)
Olbasa  Pisidia Lycia-Pamphylia
Æ 7.08 g. c. 147–161
AVRELI[ ]? [CAES]AR; bare-headed bust of Marcus Aurelius (short beard) wearing cuirass and paludamentum, right
COL AVG OLBASENORVM; temple with two columns enclosing statue of Diana/Artemis of Perge, facing
vA Olbasa 8 1
IV.3 3316 (temporary)
Palaeopolis  Pisidia Lycia-Pamphylia
Æ 10.65 g. soon after 147
ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙ ΑΔΡ ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΟϹ; laureate head of Antoninus Pius, right
ΠΑΛΑΙΟΠΟΛΕΙΤΩΝ; Zeus seated, left, holding thunderbolt and long sceptre; to right, eagle standing, facing, head, left, spreading wings
vA Pisid. I, 1069–85, BMC 1, Cop 172, GM 697, no. 497 17
IV.3 7691 (temporary)
Palaeopolis  Pisidia Lycia-Pamphylia
Æ 4.30 g. soon after 147
ΑΥΡΗΛΙΟϹ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ; bare-headed bust of Marcus Aurelius (lightly bearded - short beard) wearing cuirass and paludamentum, right
ΠΑΛΑΙΟΠΟΛΕΙΤΩΝ; nude Apollo standing, facing, head, left, having quiver at shoulder, holding laurel-branch, resting left hand on lyre
vA Pisid. I, 1086–9, GRMK 191, no. 1 7
IV.3 7690 (temporary)
Palaeopolis  Pisidia Lycia-Pamphylia
Æ 3.02 g. soon after 147
ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙ [Τ ΑΙ?] ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝ[ΟϹ]; bare head of Antoninus Pius, right
ΠΑΛΑΙΟΠΟΛΕΙΤΩΝ; veiled Demeter standing, left, holding ears of corn and long sceptre
vA Pisid. I, 1068, GM 698, no. 497a 1
IV.3 7688 (temporary)
Palaeopolis  Pisidia Lycia-Pamphylia
Æ 2.19 g. soon after 147
bust of Athena wearing aegis, right
ΠΑΛΑΙοΠοΛΕΙΤΩΝ; nude Dionysus (youthful) standing, facing, head, left, holding cantharus and long thyrsus
vA Pisid. I, 1059–63, E. Babelon, RN 1893, 341, no. 38 6
IV.3 7689 (temporary)
Palaeopolis  Pisidia Lycia-Pamphylia
Æ 1.91 g. soon after 147
bust of Athena wearing aegis, right
ΠΑΛΑΙΟΠΟΛΕΙΤΩΝ; veiled Demeter standing, left, holding ears of corn and long sceptre
vA Pisid. I, 1064–7, Cop 171, GM 698, no. 498 6
IV.3 7692 (temporary)
Palaeopolis  Pisidia Lycia-Pamphylia
Æ 4.43 g. c. 147–161, soon after 147
ΦΑΥϹΤΕΙΝΑ ϹΕΒΑϹΤ; draped bust of Faustina II, right
ΠΑΛΑΙΟΠΟΛΕΙΤΩΝ; Mên standing, left, wearing Phrygian cap, holding pine cone and long sceptre; behind his shoulders, crescent
vA Pisid. I, 1090–2, KM 386, no. 1, J.G. Milne, NC 1940, 221, no. 10 corr. 8
IV.3 10719 (temporary)
Codrula  Pisidia Lycia-Pamphylia
Æ 5.09 g.
[ ]; bare(?) head of Marcus Aurelius, right
ΚΟΔ[Ρ]ΟΥΛΕΩ[Ν]; Asclepius standing, facing, head, left, holding serpent-staff; to left, branch(?)
vA Pisid. I, — 2
IV.3 3499 (temporary)
Codrula  Pisidia Lycia-Pamphylia
Æ 24.15 g. c. 147–161
ΑΥΤΟ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΟϹ; laureate head of Antoninus Pius, right
] ΤΠΡ; veiled Moon-goddess ('Helena') standing, facing, wearing crescent, holding scepte; between nude Dioscuri standing, facing, heads facing each other, each wearing pileus surmounted by star; each holding spear and bridle of horse; each horse raising hoof
vA Pisid. I — 2
IV.3 7306 (temporary)
Codrula  Pisidia Lycia-Pamphylia
Æ 9.28 g. c. 147–161
ΑΥΤο ΚΑΙϹΑΡ ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝοϹ; laureate head of Antoninus Pius, right
ΚΟΔΡΟΥΛΕΩΝ Α ΤΠΡ; veiled Moon-goddess ('Helena') standing, facing, wearing crescent; between nude Dioscuri standing, left, each wearing pileus surmounted by star; each holding spear and bridle of horse; horses turning away from each other and raising one fore-hoof
vA Pisid. I, 969–70, GRMK 187, no. 1 3
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IV.3 7310 (temporary)
Codrula  Pisidia Lycia-Pamphylia
Æ 9.02 g. c. 147–161
ΑΥΡΗΛΙΟϹ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ; bare-headed bust of Marcus Aurelius (short beard) wearing cuirass(?) and paludamentum, right
ΚΟΔΡΟΥΛΕΩΝ Α ΤΠΡ; veiled Helena standing, facing, wearing crescent; between nude Dioscuri standing, left, each wearing pileus surmounted by star; each holding bridle of horse; horses turning away from each other, each raising one fore-hoof
vA Pisid. I, 974 1
IV.3 7308 (temporary)
Codrula  Pisidia Lycia-Pamphylia
Æ 8.30 g. c. 147–161
ΑΥΤο ΚΑΙϹΑΡ ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝοϹ; laureate head of Antoninus Pius, right
ΚοΔΡοΥΛΕΩΝ Α ΤΠΡ; Dionysus standing, left, holding cantharus over panther and long thyrsus
vA Pisid. I, 972 1
IV.3 7307 (temporary)
Codrula  Pisidia Lycia-Pamphylia
Æ 11.39 g. c. 147–161
ΑΥΤο ΚΑΙϹΑΡ ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝοϹ; laureate head of Antoninus Pius, right
ΚΟΔΡΟΥΛΕΩΝ ΤΠΡ; female deity (Tyche?) seated, left, wearing kalathos, holding patera and cornucopia
vA Pisid. I, 971, F. Imhoof-Blumer, RSN 19 (1913), 89, no. 250 1
IV.3 7311 (temporary)
Codrula  Pisidia Lycia-Pamphylia
Æ 5.64 g. c. 147–161
ΑΥΡΗΛΙοϹ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ; bare head of Marcus Aurelius (short beard), right
ΚΟΔΡΟΥΛΕΩΝ Α ΤΠΡ; Dionysus standing, left, holding cantharus over panther and long thyrsus
vA Pisid. I, 975–8, J.N. Svoronos, JIAN 7 (1904), 388, no. 268 (1680) 5
IV.3 7309 (temporary)
Codrula  Pisidia Lycia-Pamphylia
Æ c. 147–161
[Μ Α?] ΑΝΤΩΝΙΝΟϹ; laureate head of Antoninus Pius, right
ΚΟΔΡΟΥΛΕΩΝ Α ΤΠΡ; Dionysus standing, left, holding cantharus over panther and long thyrsus
vA Pisid. I, 973 1
IV.3 7312 (temporary)
Codrula  Pisidia Lycia-Pamphylia
Æ 1.47 g. c. 147–161
ΑΥΡΗΛΙΟϹ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ; bare-headed bust of Marcus Aurelius (short beard) wearing cuirass and paludamentum, right
ΚΟΔΡΟ[ΥΛΕΩΝ?], in exergue ΑΤΠΡ (or only ΑΤΡ?); nude Hermes standing, facing, head, left, holding purse, caduceus and chlamys
vA Pisid. I, 979, GRMK 187, no. 2 1
IV.3 17493 (temporary)
Codrula  Pisidia Lycia-Pamphylia
Æ 10.29 g.
ΑΥ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ Μ ΑΥ ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝοϹ; laureate-headed bust of Marcus Aurelius wearing cuirass and paludamentum, right
ΚΟΔΡΟΥΛΕΩΝ; female deity (Tyche or Homonoia?) seated, left, wearing kalathos, holding patera and cornucopia
vA Pisid. I, – 1
IV.3 7314 (temporary)
Codrula  Pisidia Lycia-Pamphylia
Æ 4.83 g.
ΑΥ ΚΑΙ[ϹΑΡ Μ ΑΥ] ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝοϹ; laureate-headed bust of Marcus Aurelius wearing cuirass and paludamentum, right
ΚΟΔΡΟΥΛΕΩΝ; Asclepius standing, facing, head, left, holding serpent-staff; to left, branch(?)
vA Pisid. I, 982, KM 376, no. 1 1