Search results: 634 entries found.

I 670A
Tyndaris  Sicily Sicily
Æ (22 mm) 7.78 g.
M VIPSEN DOS IIVIR EX D D; two pilei
A POMP A F L IIVIR COL TVN; dolphin and rudder, left
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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 2226A
Leaded bronze (19 mm) 4.39 g. 40/39 BC
beardless laureate head of Janus
ANT AVG; prow, right with lituus above
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I 513
Roman Republic Fulvia Mark Antony
Lugdunum  Gaul Gallia Lugdunensis
AR (12 mm) 1.75 g. 42 BC
III.VIR R.P.C.; head of Fulvia as Victory, right, with wings
ANTONI, IMP, A XLI; lion walking, right
Giard 3, RRC 489/6 35
I 2226
Leaded bronze (23 mm) 14.22 g. 40/39 BC
L ATRATINVS AVGVR; beardless head of Janus
ANTONIVS IMP; prow, right
FITA 37–9, RRC 530, Amandry SNR 1986, 85, Amandry Essays Roberto Russo, 389–95 17
I 666
Assorus  Sicily Sicily
Æ (18 mm) 4.99 g. Late first century BC
female head with stephane, right
ASSORV; oxen ploughing, right
Holm 759, BMC 2, Gabrici 3 7
I 504
Ruteni  Gaul Gallia Narbonensis
Æ (17 mm) 3.01 g.
L MVNATI; head, left; below, X
ATTALVS; bird seizing a serpent, right; above, palm and S
BN 4792–6, Fita 392 11
I 505
Ruteni  Gaul Gallia Narbonensis
Æ (14 mm) 3.11 g.
L MVNAT; laureate head, right
ATTALVS; lion, right
BN 4797 4
I 672
Melita  Sicily Sicily
Æ (20 mm) 5.34 g. Triumviral period (?)
ΜΕΛΙΤΑΙΩΝ; veiled head (Astarte?) with stephane, left
C ARRVNTANVS BALB PROPR; curule chair
Coleiro no. 10, Holm 727, Gabrici 17, Cop 473 55
I 262
Lepida-Celsa  Hispania Tarraconensis
Æ (30 mm) 14.55 g.
C V I L PR IIVIR; head of Victory, right, palm over left shoulder
C BALBO L PORCIO; bull, right
Vives 160–3, GMI 434, NAH 893 35
I 601
Brass (28 mm) 14.68 g.
CAESAR DIC TER; draped bust of Victory, right; (behind, star)
C CLOVI PRAEF; Minerva standing, left, with trophy and spear and shield; before serpent
FITA 7, RRC 476, Bahrfeldt, NZ 1909, 78 105
I 1285
Dyme  Peloponnesus Achaea
Bronze (18 mm) 3.58 g. 39–36 BC
CN OCTA M ANT ARIS IIV[IR]; helmeted head of Pallas/Athena, right
C I A DVM; in wreath
FITA 264 (3), Amandry, RN 1981, 51, III 1
I 2004
Apamea  Bithynia Bithynia-Pontus
Æ (16 mm) 2.10 g.
head of Hermes, right
C I C A D D; Victory standing on globe, left, holding wreath and palm
Rec 35 2
I 2005
Apamea  Bithynia Bithynia-Pontus
Æ (15 mm) 2.70 g.
dolphin
C I C A D D; Victory standing left, holding wreath and palm
Rec 36 1
I 2001
Apamea  Bithynia Bithynia-Pontus
Æ (16 mm) 2.44 g.
head of Hermes, right
C I C A, D D (in field); caduceus
Rec 32 10
I 2002
Apamea  Bithynia Bithynia-Pontus
Æ (15 mm) 2.25 g.
head of Hermes, right
C I C A, D D (in field); cornucopia
Rec 33 4
I 2003
Apamea  Bithynia Bithynia-Pontus
Æ (15 mm) 2.63 g.
head of Hermes, right
C I C A, D D (in field); three sigma
Rec 34 6
I 2006
Apamea  Bithynia Bithynia-Pontus
Æ (15 mm) 4.45 g.
C I C A, D D (in field); Victory holding wreath and palm, left
C I C A, D D (in field); caduceus
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I 517
Vienne  Gaul Gallia Narbonensis
Bronze (30 mm) 19.11 g. 36 BC?
IMP CAESAR DIVI F DIVI IVLI; bare heads of Caesar, left, and Octavian, right
C I V; prow with superstructure, right
NZ 1902, 117–8, no. 26, pl. 6, 9–11 111
I 517A
Vienne  Gaul Gallia Narbonensis
Leaded bronze (28 mm) 14.17 g. 30-25 BC
IMP DIVI F; bare head of Octavian, right
C I V; prow with superstructure, right
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