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Vol. Province City Person Inscription Design Inscription Design
IX 168
Thrace Coela Volusian [VIB ASI]NI VOLVSSIA CA bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust of Volusian, right, seen from rear AEL MVNICIP COEL she-wolf standing right, head, left, feeding twins
IX 169
Thrace Coela Volusian VIB ASINI VOLVSSIA CA bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust of Volusian, right, seen from rear AELI MVNICI COEL temple with four columns enclosing statue of Genius(?) standing left, holding small statue and cornucopia
IX 170
Thrace Coela Volusian VIB ASINI VOLVSSIA CA bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust of Volusian, right, seen from rear AEL MVNICIP COEL draped bust of Fortuna, wearing kalathos, left, with cornucopia behind her
IX 171
Thrace Coela Volusian VIB APINI VOLVSSIA C bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust of Volusian, right, seen from rear AELI MVNICIP COEL nude Marsyas standing right, raising arm, holding wineskin over shoulder
IX 171AA
Thrace Coela Volusian VIB APINI VOLVSSIA C bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust of Volusian, right, seen from rear AELI MVNICI COEL Genius standing left, holding statue of Fortuna and cornucopia
IX 440
Asia Alexandria Volusian IMP G VIVI AFI ELD VOLVSSI bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust of Volusian, right, seen from rear COL AVGO TROAD cult statue of Apollo Smintheus standing on short column, right, with quiver on shoulder, holding patera and bow
IX 441
Asia Alexandria Volusian IMP G VIVI AFI ELD VOLVSS bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust of Volusian, right, seen from rear COL AVG TROAD Hercules standing right, resting arm on hip, resting arm on club covered with lion skin
IX 442
Asia Alexandria Volusian IMP G VIVI AFI ELD VOLVSSI bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust of Volusian, right, seen from rear COL AVGO TROA horse grazing, right
IX 443
Asia Alexandria Volusian IMP G VIVI AFI ELD VOLVSSI bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust of Volusian, right, seen from rear COL AVG TROAD nude Marsyas standing right, raising arm, holding wineskin over shoulder
IX 855
Phrygia-Caria Cadi Volusian ΟΥΟΛΟΥϹϹΙΑΝΟϹ ΚΑΙ bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust of Volusian, right, seen from rear ΚΑΔΟΗΝΩΝ Tyche standing left, holding rudder on globe and cornucopia
IX 875
Phrygia-Caria Cadi Volusian ΟΥΟΛΟΥϹϹΙΑΝΟϹ ΚΑΙ bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust of Volusian, right, seen from rear ΧΑΡΙΔΗΜΟΥ ΚΑΔΟΗΝΩΝ (with Ν retrograde) Tyche standing left, holding rudder on globe and cornucopia
IX 163
Thrace Maronea crowned head of Dionysus, right ΜΑΡΩΝΕΙΤΩΝ (the last Ω is upside-down) nude Dionysus standing left, holding bunch of grapes, chlamys and two thyrsi
IX 864
Phrygia-Caria Cadi ΙΕΙΑΙΡΟϹ ΔΗΜΟϹ diademed head of the Demos (youthful), right ΕΠΙ ΧΑΡΙΔΗΜΟΥ ΑΡΧ, ΚΑΔΟΗΝΩΝ athlete standing right, wearing short chiton, throwing stone, left arm raised
IX 865
Phrygia-Caria Cadi ΕΙΕΡΟϹ ΔΗΜΟϹ diademed head of the Demos (youthful), right ΕΠ ΧΑΡΙΔΗΜΟΥ (ΑΡΧ) ΚΑΔΟΗΝΩΝ Demeter standing left, holding ears of corn and sceptre
IX 866
Phrygia-Caria Cadi ΙΕΡΟϹ ΔΗΜΟϹ diademed head of the Demos (youthful), right ΚΑΔΟΗΝΩΝ ΕΠ ΧΑΡΙΔΗΜΟΥ ΑΡΧ Demeter standing left, holding ears of corn and sceptre
IX 867
Phrygia-Caria Cadi ΔΗΜΟϹ ΙΕΡΟϹ diademed head of the Demos (youthful), right ΕΠ ΧΑΡΙΔΗΜΟΥ ΑΡΧ, ΚΑΔΟΗΝΩΝ nude Hermes standing left, holding purse, chalmys and caduceus
IX 868
Phrygia-Caria Cadi ΕΙΕΡΟϹ ΔΗΜΟϹ diademed head of the Demos (youthful), right ΕΠ ΧΑΡΙΔΗΜΟΥ ΑΡΧ, ΚΑΔΟΗΝΩΝ nude Hermes standing left, holding purse, chalmys and caduceus
IX 869
Phrygia-Caria Cadi ΙΕΙΑΙΡΟϹ ΔΗΜΟϹ diademed head of the Demos (youthful), right ΕΠ ΧΑΡΙΔΗΜΟΥ ΑΡΧ, ΚΑΔΟΗΝΩΝ nude Hermes standing left, holding purse, chalmys and caduceus
IX 870
Phrygia-Caria Cadi ΕΙΕΡΟϹ ΔΗΜΟϹ diademed head of the Demos (youthful), right ΧΑΡΙΔΗΜΟΥ ΚΑΔΟΗΝΩΝ ΑΡΧ Hygieia standing right, feeding serpent from patera, facing Asclepius, standing facing, holding serpent staff
IX 871
Phrygia-Caria Cadi ΕΙΕΡΟϹ ΔΗΜΟϹ diademed head of the Demos (youthful), right ΧΑΡΙΔΗΜΟΥ ΚΑΔΟΗΝΩΝ ΑΡΧ ΤΟ Β Hygieia standing right, feeding serpent from patera, facing Asclepius, standing facing, holding serpent staff