Search results: 615 entries found.

I 111
Carteia  Hispania Baetica
Æ (20 mm) 7.50 g. 40 BC?
CARTEIA; head of Fortuna, r., trident behind
P FALCIDI IIII VIR; winged thunderbolt between two lines
Vives 129–1, Chaves 944–6 6
I 112
Carteia  Hispania Baetica
Æ (21 mm) 6.42 g. 40 BC?
CARTEIA; head of Fortuna, r., trident behind
P FALCIDIVS IIII VIR (EX S C) F C; club, bow and quiver
Vives 128–1, Chaves 947–57 19
I 113
Carteia  Hispania Baetica
Bronze (21 mm) 6.43 g. 35 BC?
CARTEIA EX D D; head of Fortuna, r.
C MAIVS C F POLLIO IIII VIR; winged caduceus
Vives 128–2, Chaves 959–98 41
I 114
Carteia  Hispania Baetica
Copper + lead (20 mm) 5.88 g. 30 BC?
EX D D; head of Victory, r.
L ATINI C NVCIA IIII VIR; cornucopia
Vives 128–3, Chaves 999–1021 24
I 115
Carteia  Hispania Baetica
Æ (20 mm) 5.74 g. 30 BC?
EX D D; head of Apollo, r.
L ATINI C NVCIA IIII VIR; lyre
Vives 128–4, Chaves 1022–45 25
I 146
Carthago Nova  Hispania Tarraconensis
Æ (23 mm) 7.29 g. about the middle and second half of the first century BC
P ATEL(LI)(VS); coiled serpent
L FABRIC; inscription in one of two crossed rectangles
Vives 173–8, Beltrán 1, GMI 161 32
I 147
Carthago Nova  Hispania Tarraconensis
Æ (20 mm) 4.90 g. about the middle and second half of the first century BC
C CAEDI T POPILI; dolphin, r.
II VIR QVIN; palm branch, l.
Vives 130–2, Beltrán 2, NAH 910 61
I 148
Carthago Nova  Hispania Tarraconensis
Æ (17 mm) 3.84 g. about the middle and second half of the first century BC
CAED; prow, r.
POPI; anchor
Numisma 180–5, 1983, 51–4 4
I 149
Carthago Nova  Hispania Tarraconensis
Æ (22 mm) 5.51 g. about the middle and second half of the first century BC
HEL POLLIO ALBINVS II Q(V) (or ALBINVS HEL POLLIO II QV); female head (of Concordia?), r., wearing veil and diadem
SABINVS C M IMP; trophy
Vives 130–12. 12. Beltrán 3–4, FITA, pl. VI–6, NAH 911 14
I 150
Carthago Nova  Hispania Tarraconensis
Æ (18 mm) 2.81 g. about the middle and second half of the first century BC
HEL POLLI II QVI; inscription in field, above serpent
ALBIN[V]S II QVI; inscription in field
Vives 130–14, Beltrán 5, NAH 912 1
I 151
Carthago Nova  Hispania Tarraconensis
Æ (21 mm) 6.48 g. about the middle and second half of the first century BC
head of Athena, r.
C V I N; statue l., upon pedestal
Vives 130–1, FITA VII–26, Beltrán 6, GMI 162, NAH 913 65
I 152
Carthago Nova  Hispania Tarraconensis
Æ (21 mm) 5.57 g. about the middle and second half of the first century BC
L IVNIVS II VIR QVIN(Q) AVG(VR); eagle standing on thunderbolt, r.; in front, lituus
L ACILIVS II VIR QVIN(Q) AVG(VR); patera, jug, and lituus
Vives 130–7, Beltrán 10, GMI 164, NAH 916 60
I 153
Carthago Nova  Hispania Tarraconensis
Æ (15 mm) 153.88 g. about the middle and second half of the first century BC
L IVNIVS; jug
L ACILIVS; patera and lituus
Vives 130–8, Beltrán 11, NAH 917 4
I 154
Carthago Nova  Hispania Tarraconensis
Æ (20 mm) 6.12 g. about the middle and second half of the first century BC
C MAECIVS QVINQ; vexillum
L ACILIVS II VIR QVINQ; aquila
Vives 130–9, Beltrán 12, NAH 918 9
I 155
Carthago Nova  Hispania Tarraconensis
Copper + lead (22 mm) 5.05 g. about the middle and second half of the first century BC
L APPVLEI RVF QVINQ; aquila between two signa
C MAECI QVIN(I)Q(V); galley, r., with sceptre tied with fillet on prow
Vives 130–10, Beltrán 13, NAH 919 30
I 156
Carthago Nova  Hispania Tarraconensis
Æ (16 mm) 2.84 g. about the middle and second half of the first century BC
II / L APPVLEI / QVINQ; inscription in field
II / C MAECI / QVINQ; inscription in field
Vives 130–11, Beltrán 14 2
I 187
Ilici  Hispania Tarraconensis
Æ (20 mm) 6.13 g. Triumviral period (?)
Q TERENTIVS II VIR; simpulum, inscribed MO
C SALVIVS II VIR; clasped hands
Vives, p. cxviii–4, Hill 18–6, Llorens 2, NAH 922 14
I 188
Ilici  Hispania Tarraconensis
Æ (20 mm) 6.78 g. Triumviral period (?)
C SALVIVS II VIR; simpulum
Q TERENT MONT II VIR; clasped hands
Yriarte NH 1953, 4–46, Llorens 1 2
I 199A
Saguntum  Hispania Tarraconensis
Æ (30 mm) 20.42 g. Late first century (Augustus?)
L AEM [-] BAE AED COL; female helmeted head, r.
SAGV; prow, r.; in front, caduceus
Vives 18–5, MAS 110, CNH 75, Ripollès-Llorens388 16
I 199B
Saguntum  Hispania Tarraconensis
Æ (29 mm) 10.92 g. Late first century (Augustus?)
M FABI AED - M AEMILI; head of Roma in winged helmet, r.
SAGV; prow, r.; Victory above; in front, caduceus
Vives 18–3, MAS 98, MI 199, CNH 66, Ripollès-Llorens 389–90 11