Search results: 634 entries found.

Vol. Province City Person Inscription Design Inscription Design
I 151
Tarraconensis Carthago Nova head of Athena, right C V I N statue left, upon pedestal
I 486
Uncertain Cnaeus and Sextus Pompey's bronze mint(s) laureate head of Janus CN·MAG, IMP, I prow, right
I 512
Gallia Lugdunensis Lugdunum Fulvia head of Fulvia as Victory, right, with wings LVGV-DVNI, A XL lion walking, right
I 519
Gallia Narbonensis Nemausus helmeted and draped bust, right NEM COL inscription in wreath
I 520
Gallia Narbonensis Nemausus helmeted and draped bust, right; behind, S NEM COL Hygieia/Valetudo/Salus standing, left, left arm on a column, holding patera over two serpents
I 521
Gallia Narbonensis Nemausus helmeted and draped bust, right; behind, Q NEM COL inverted urn between two palms
I 534
Gallia Narbonensis Forum Iulii prow with rostra, left capricorn with globe, right
I 535
Gallia Narbonensis Matavonium laureate head of Apollo, right MATA capricorn holding globe with cornucopia on back, right; rudder below
I 536
Gallia Narbonensis Forum Iulii prow with rostra, left capricorn, right; below, O
I 602
Italy Uncertain mint in North Italy diademed head of Venus, right; (symbol) Q OPPIVS PR Victory advancing, left, holding palm branch and bowl of fruit; (symbol)
I 602AA
Italy Uncertain mint in North Italy diademed head of Venus, right Q OPPIVS PR Victory facing, holding wreath and palm branch
I 603
Italy Uncertain mint in North Italy diademed head of Venus, left Q OPPIVS PR Victory facing, holding wreath and palm branch
I 636
Sicily Panormus laureate head of Zeus, right; behind sceptre ΠΑΝΟΡΜΙΤΑΝ, C D temple with four columns
I 651
Sicily Segesta pilei D D rudder
I 666
Sicily Assorus female head with stephane, right ASSORV oxen ploughing, right
I 667
Sicily Centuripae monogram? CENTVR branch
I 673
Sicily Melita veiled female head (Astarte?) with stephane, right MELITAS tripod
I 674
Sicily Melita veiled female head (Astarte?) with stephane, left MELITAS tripod
I 675
Sicily Cossura female head (Isis?), crowned by Nike, right; before modius (?) COSSVRA sign of Tanit; in wreath
I 676
Sicily Cossura female head (Isis?), crowned by Nike, left; before modius (?) COSSVRA in wreath