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I 477A
Roman Republic Augustus
Consabrum  Hispania Tarraconensis
Æ (32 mm) 21.56 g.
CERES FRVGIFERA; veiled head of Ceres, left
CONSABR; magistrate ploughing, left, with two oxen
2
I 514
Lugdunum  Gaul Gallia Lugdunensis
Leaded bronze (31 mm) 21.05 g. 38 BC?
IMP CAESAR DIVI F DIVI IVLI; laureate head of Caesar, left, and bare head of Octavian, right
COPIA; prow, with a dolphin; above, meta
FITA 207, Giard 5–6 24
I 514A
Lugdunum  Gaul Gallia Lugdunensis
Leaded bronze (31 mm) 18.12 g. 38 BC?
IMP CAESAR DIVI F DIVI IVLI; laureate head of Caesar, left, and bare head of Octavian, right; star in upper field
COPIA; prow, with a dolphin; above, meta
7
I 515
Lugdunum  Gaul Gallia Lugdunensis
Leaded bronze (31 mm) 18.07 g. 36 BC?
IMP CAESAR DIVI F DIVI IVLI; laureate head of Caesar, left, and bare head of Octavian, right; palm brand between heads
COPIA; prow, with an eye and a dolphin; above, meta and a star superimposed on a globe
FITA 207, Giard 7 63
I 516
Lugdunum  Gaul Gallia Lugdunensis
Æ (17 mm) 5.28 g. 36 BC?
CAESAR DIVI F; head of Octavian, right
COPIA; a galloping bull, right; below, serpent with erect head
FITA 208, Giard 4 4
I 1234
Corinth  Corinthia Achaea
Æ (15 mm) 3.47 g. 44–31 BC
head of Poseidon, right; trident on left shoulder
COR; in wreath
BMC 678, Amandry An. H, pp.242 6
I 1235
Corinth  Corinthia Achaea
Æ (15 mm) 3.65 g. 44–31 BC
head of Poseidon, right; trident on left shoulder
COR; Pegasus flying, right
Amandry An. I, p.242 4
I 1120
Corinth  Corinthia Achaea
Æ (16 mm) 3.87 g. 42 or 41 BC
INTS CAS IIVIR; in wreath
CORINT; dolphin, left, behind, trident, countermark "three dots in the circle" ?
Amandry IIIc, pp. 127 8
I 1122
Corinth  Corinthia Achaea
Æ (18 mm) 4.25 g. 40 BC
CN PVBLILI M ANT OREST IIVIR QVIN; head of Saturn, right
CORINT; Bacchus, holding cantharus and thyrsus, standing, left
Amandry IVa, pp. 128–9 13
I 1223
Corinth  Corinthia Achaea
Æ (15 mm) 3.81 g. 44–31 BC
head of Poseidon, right; trident behind neck
CORINT; dolphin, right
Amandry An. A, pp.236–7 14
I 1225
Corinth  Corinthia Achaea
Æ (16 mm) 4.53 g. 44–31 BC
head of Poseidon, r; trident on left shoulder
CORINT; Pegasus, right
Amandry An. C1, pp.237–8 5
I 1226
Corinth  Corinthia Achaea
Æ (16 mm) 4.30 g. 44–31 BC
head of Poseidon, r; trident on left shoulder
CORINT; Pegasus flying, right
Amandry An. C2, pp.238 21
I 1227
Corinth  Corinthia Achaea
Æ (16 mm) 3.33 g. 44–31 BC
bust of Helios, right
CORINT; Pegasus flying, right
Amandry An. C3, pp.238 10
I 1228
Corinth  Corinthia Achaea
Æ (16 mm) 44–31 BC
bust of Helios, right
CORINT; Pegasus walking, right
Amandry An. C4, pp.238 2
I 1233
Corinth  Corinthia Achaea
Æ (12 mm) 44–31 BC
Chimaera, right
CORINT; Pegasus flying, right
BMC 684, Amandry An. F2–F4, pp.240 11
I 1121
Corinth  Corinthia Achaea
Æ (15 mm) 1.85 g. 42 or 41 BC
INTS CAS IIVIR; trident
CORINT, Q (beneath); Pegasus flying, left
BMC 529, Amandry IIId, pp. 128 2
I 675
Cossura  Sicily Sicily
Æ (27 mm) 10.64 g.
female head (Isis?), crowned by Nike, right; before modius (?)
COSSVRA; sign of Tanit; in wreath
68
I 676
Cossura  Sicily Sicily
Æ (22 mm) 6.30 g.
female head (Isis?), crowned by Nike, left; before modius (?)
COSSVRA; in wreath
15
I 915
Cnossus  Crete Cyrenaica and Crete
Æ (21 mm) 7.23 g.
laureate head od Apollo, right
CRA; fasces
Sv 1904, Bahrfeldt, JIAN 1908, 228, 2, BMC 25–25bis 13
I 914
Cnossus  Crete Cyrenaica and Crete
Æ (26 mm) 11.76 g.
crocodile, right
CRAS; prow, right on which six rays star and dolphin
Sv 1903, Bahrfeld, JIAN 1908, 22, 1, BMC 24 49