Search results: 633 entries found.

I 1648
Philippi  Macedonia Macedonia
Æ (17 mm) 4.43 g. Antony
A I C V P; facing head of uncertain figure
Q PAQVIVS RVF LEG C D; plough
AMNG 12, ZfN 1929, 263, no. 3, FITA 274 13
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 619
Uncertain Italian mint  Italy Italy
Æ (30 mm) 23.11 g.
II (above); laureate head of Janus
ROMA (above), [C]N PISO FRVGI (below); two ships, right
RRC 547, FITA 31 1
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?), right, wearing veil and diadem
SABINVS C M IMP; trophy
Vives 130–12. 12. Beltrán 3–4, FITA, pl. VI–6, NAH 911 14
I 199A
Saguntum  Hispania Tarraconensis
Æ (30 mm) 20.42 g. Late first century (Augustus?)
L AEM [-] BAE AED COL; female helmeted head, right
SAGV; prow, right; 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, right
SAGV; prow, right; Victory above; in front, caduceus
Vives 18–3, MAS 98, MI 199, CNH 66, Ripollès-Llorens 389–90 11
I 199C
Saguntum  Hispania Tarraconensis
Æ (29 mm) 18.95 g. Late first century (Augustus?)
CN BAEBI GLAB L CALPVRN AED C S or L CALPVR AED COL CN BAEBI; head of Roma in winged helmet, right
SAGV; prow, right; Victory above; in front, winged caduceus
Vives 18–3, MAS 98, MI 199, CNH 66, Ripollès-Llorens 389–90 35
I 199D
Saguntum  Hispania Tarraconensis
Æ (29 mm) 16.28 g. Late first century (Augustus?)
[ ] BAEB GLOB [A]E[D COL] M POP RV[?]; female helmeted head, right
SAGV; prow, right; Victory above; in front, caduceus
Ripollès-Llorens 407a 1
I 625
Uselis  Sardinia Sardinia
Copper (23 mm) 6.52 g.
M ATIVS BALBVS PR; head, left
SARD PATER; helmeted head of Sardus Pater, right; spear at shoulder
FITA 150–2 60
I 2257
Parium  Mysia Asia (conventus of Adramyteum)
Æ (14 mm) 4.25 g. Julius Caesar (c. 45 BC (?))
C G P I; plough; beneath, ear of corn
T ANICIO C MATVINO AED; inscription in three lines
MG 251, no. 124 8
I 861A
Tingi  Africa Mauretania
Æ (19 mm) 5.85 g. 33–27 BC
head of Baal-Melqart or Ocean, right; behind, sceptre
TING MAIOR SIMINT II VIR; ear of corn
1
I 624
Caralis  Sardinia Sardinia
Leaded bronze (31 mm) 27.86 g.
ARISTO MVTVMBAL RICOCE SVF; jugate heads, right
VENERIS, KAR; temple with four columns
Mu 319–20 (Carthage), FITA 149–50 53
I 2107A
Sinope  Paphlagonia Bithynia-Pontus
Æ (15 mm) 3.29 g. c. 46/45 BC
[ ] P SΥLP; head of Tyche, right
[ ]; sacrificial implements
1
I 2253A
Parium  Mysia Asia (conventus of Adramyteum)
Æ (32 mm) 17.16 g. Julius Caesar (c. 45 BC (?))
C I P P EX D D; female head wearing stephane, right; in field, right II
[ ] POBLICI P MVCI IIIIVIR I D QVINQ; founder ploughing with two oxen, right
1
I 1379
Buthrotum  Epirus Achaea
Æ (17 mm) 2.96 g. Triumviral period
C I BVT; veiled head, right
[ ]SVRA IIVIR ITER; club and staff of Aesculapius
MG 138–9, no. 38 1
I 937
Roman Republic —menis
Cnossus  Crete Cyrenaica and Crete
Æ (23 mm) 9.33 g. c. 40–30 BC
head of Zeus, right
[ ]ΜΕΝΙΣ; eagle with wings open, right
2
I 268
Lepida-Celsa  Hispania Tarraconensis
Æ (15 mm) 3.25 g.
C V I L [?]; boar, right
[?] SEX NIG AED; crescent
Vives 160–8, FITA 211, Hill 12–10 8
I 1362
Cephallenia  Peloponnesus Achaea
Æ (18 mm) 2.87 g. Pronni (?)
laureate head of Apollo (?), left
[C P]ROCVL L F; double axe
JIAN 1908, 224, no. 3 1
I 1510
Æ (19 mm) 7.90 g.
COLONIA FELIX; female hear, right
[Q] HORT XVVIR [CO]LON DEDVX; tripod
FITA 278–9 2
I 1551A
Thessalonica  Macedonia Macedonia
Æ (27 mm) 26.42 g. Antony and Octavian, year (?) 5 (37 BC)
ΑΓΝΩΘΕΣΙΑ; head of Eleutheria, right;
[Μ ΑΝΤ ΑΥΤ] Γ ΚΑΙ ΑΥΤ; Nike advancing, left, with wreath and palm
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