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IV.2 10905 (temporary)
Mylasa  Caria Asia (conventus of Alabanda)
Æ 19.46 g. 161–176
ΦΑΥϹΤΝΑ ϹΕΒΑϹΤΗ; draped bust of Faustina II, right
ΜΥΛΑϹΕΩΝ; temple with four columns enclosing two cult statues: to left, Zeus (Labraundos) standing, right, holding transverse spear and double axe; to right, cult statue of Arselis, facing, wearing kalathos; between two stags
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IV.2 1528 (temporary)
Tabala  Lydia Asia (conventus of Sardis)
Æ (23 mm) 8.72 g. Faustina II Issue 4: Hairstyle Fittschen 7 (»Southern Workshop, 138-180«) (161–176)
ΦΑΥϹΤΕΙΝΑ ϹΕ; draped bust of Faustina II, right
ΤΑΒΑΛΕΩΝ; turreted Cybele seated, left, holding patera (over lion), resting arm on tympanum
Hochard 2310-11, BMC 6, Cop 564 corr. 20
IV.2 9940 (temporary)
Tabala  Lydia Asia (conventus of Sardis)
Æ (23 mm) 9.04 g. Faustina II Issue 4: Hairstyle Fittschen 7 (»Southern Workshop, 138-180«) (161–176)
ΦΑΥϹΤΕΙΝΑ ϹΕ; draped bust of Faustina II, right
ΤΑΒΑΛΕΩΝ; veiled Leto standing, facing, holding her two children (Apollo and Artemis)
Hochard 2309 1
IV.3 6656 (temporary)
Philadelphia  Syria Arabia
Æ 3.53 g. 'Pseudo-autonomous' (c. 161–169)
ΦΙΛ ΚοΙ ϹΥΡ(Ι); veiled and draped bust of Demeter wearing corn wreath, right; to right, two ears of corn
ΕΤοΥϹ ΖΚϹ (Ζ may be shaped as reversed Ζ); wicker basket containing two ears of corn between two serpents
Spijkerman 3, BMC 3, Cop 451 15
IV.3 6657 (temporary)
Philadelphia  Syria Arabia
Æ 3.08 g. 'Pseudo-autonomous': Reign of Aurelius (c. 161–169)
ΦΙΛ ΚοΙ ϹΥΡΙΑϹ; veiled and draped bust of Demeter wearing corn wreath, right
ΕΤοΥϹ ΖΚϹ (Ζ reversed); wicker basket containing two ears of corn between two serpents
Spijkerman 3a, BMC 2 3
IV.1 3708 (temporary)
Chersonesus  Bosporus Northern Black Sea
Æ 7.57 g. 'Pseudo-autonomous' (c. 161–180)
ΧΕΡ; draped bust of Chersonas, left; to left, lyre
ΕΛΕΥ; maiden advancing, right, wearing kalathos, brandishing spear, holding bow; to left, stag standing, left, head, right
Anokhin, Chersonesus263 6
IV.1 3712 (temporary)
Chersonesus  Bosporus Northern Black Sea
Æ 6.95 g. 'Pseudo-autonomous' (c. 161–180)
ΧΕΡ; draped bust of Chersonas wearing wreath, right; to right, lyre
ΕΛΕΥΘ(Ε); maiden advancing, right, wearing kalathos, brandishing spear, holding bow; to left, stag standing, left, head, right
Anokhin, Chersonesus267–9 12
IV.1 10513 (temporary)
Chersonesus  Bosporus Northern Black Sea
Æ 6.55 g. 'Pseudo-autonomous' (c. 161–180)
ΧΕΡ; draped bust of Chersonas wearing wreath, right; to right, lyre
ΕΛΕΥ; maiden advancing, right, wearing kalathos, brandishing spear, holding bow; to left, stag standing, left, head, right
Anokhin, Chersonesus 1
IV.1 3709 (temporary)
Chersonesus  Bosporus Northern Black Sea
Æ 8.52 g. 'Pseudo-autonomous' (c. 161–180)
ΧΕΡϹΟΝΗϹΟΥ; head of Chersonas wearing wreath, left; to right, lyre(?)
ΕΛΕΥΘΕΡΑϹ; maiden advancing, right, wearing kalathos, brandishing spear, holding bow; to left, stag running, left
Anokhin, Chersonesus264 2
IV.1 3710 (temporary)
Chersonesus  Bosporus Northern Black Sea
Æ 5.63 g. 'Pseudo-autonomous' (c. 161–180)
ΧΕΡ; head of Chersonas wearing wreath, right; to right, lyre
ΕΛΕ(Υ) (Λ may be inverted); maiden advancing, right, wearing kalathos, brandishing spear, holding bow; to left, stag standing, left
Anokhin, Chersonesus265 4
IV.1 3713 (temporary)
Chersonesus  Bosporus Northern Black Sea
Æ 6.34 g. 'Pseudo-autonomous' (c. 161–180)
ΧΕΡ; bull standing, left, lowering head
maiden advancing, left, holding bow(?), striking downwards with spear at stag, kneeling, left
Anokhin, Chersonesus270, BMC 10 7
IV.1 3714 (temporary)
Chersonesus  Bosporus Northern Black Sea
Æ 4.11 g. 'Pseudo-autonomous' (c. 161–180)
ΧΕΡ; bull standing, left, (lowering head)
maiden advancing, left, holding bow(?), striking downwards with spear at stag, kneeling, left
Anokhin, Chersonesus271–2, BMC 9 11
IV.1 8354 (temporary)
Chersonesus  Bosporus Northern Black Sea
Æ 2.55 g. 'Pseudo-autonomous' (c. 161–180)
ΧΕΡ; bull standing, left, lowering head
maiden advancing, left, holding bow(?), striking downwards with spear at stag, kneeling, left
Anokhin, Chersonesus 1
IV.3 3647 (temporary)
Anazarbus  Cilicia (Cilicia Pedias) Cilicia
Æ 9.69 g. Marcus and Verus, co-emperors (161–169)
ϹΕΒΑϹ ΑΝΤΩΝ(Ε)ΙΝΟΥ ΚΑΙ ΟΥΗΡ ΟΜΟΝΟΙΑ; emperors Marcus Aurelius and Lucius Verus standing, facing each other, clasping hands, both wearing toga and holding scroll
ΚΑΙ ΤΩΝ ΠΡΟϹ ΤΩ ΑΝΑΖΑΡ(Β) ΕΤ ΒΠΡ; temple with ten columns
Ziegler, Anazarbos 181–96 55
IV.3 6453 (temporary)
Gaza  Judaea Syria Palaestina
Æ 2.81 g. 161–176
ϹΕΒΑϹΤΗ; draped bust of Faustina II, right
ΘΚϹ ΓΑΖΑ; nude Heracles standing, facing, head, left, resting arm on club, holding lion skin; to right, Gaza-symbol (mem)
BMC 99 1
IV.3 10412 (temporary)
Sillyum  Pamphylia Lycia-Pamphylia
Æ 9.55 g. Marcus and Verus, co-emperors (c. 163–169, perhaps later)
ϹΕΒΑϹΤΗ ΛΟΥΚΙΛΛΑ; draped bust of Lucilla, right
ϹΙΛΛΥΕΩΝ; draped bust of Mên wearing Phrygian cap, right; behind his shoulders, crescent
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IV.2 11301 (temporary)
Scepsis  Troas Asia (conventus of Cyzicus)
Æ (23 mm) 9.24 g. Marcus and Verus, co-emperors: »Ilion« (161–162 or later)
ϹΕΒΑϹΤΗ ΦΑΥϹϹΤΕΙΝΑ(sic) ΑΥΓΟΥϹ; draped bust of Faustina II, right
ϹΚΗΨΙωΝ (facing outward); Aeneas advancing, right, head, left, leading Ascanius and carrying Anchises
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IV.3 10256 (temporary)
Anemurium  Cilicia (Cilicia Trachea) Cilicia
Æ (26 mm) 8.93 g. Year 7 = AD 166/7
ϹΕΒΑϹΤΗ ΦΑΥϹΤΙΝΑ; draped bust of Faustina II, right
ΑΝΕΜΟΥΡΙΕωΝ ΕΤ Ζ; Apollo standing, left, holding laurel-branch, resting lyre on column
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IV.3 9150 (temporary)
Ascalon  Judaea Syria Palaestina
Æ 33.40 g. Marcus Aurelius and Commodus, co-emperors (177–180)
ϹΕΒΑϹΤΟϹ ΚΟΜΟΔΟϹ; laureate-headed bust of Commodus (youthful) wearing cuirass and paludamentum, right
ΑϹΚΑΛωΝ [Β?]ΠϹ; nude Heracles (bearded?) standing, facing, head, left, holding Nike, club and lion skin
T.S. Richter, INJ 13 (1994–99), pp. 83–5 1
IV.3 9151 (temporary)
Ascalon  Judaea Syria Palaestina
Æ 10.84 g. Marcus Aurelius and Commodus, co-emperors (177–180)
ϹΕΒΑϹΤΟϹ ΚΟΜΟΔΟϹ; laureate-headed bust of Commodus (youthful) wearing cuirass and paludamentum, right
ΑϹΚΑΛω ΒΠϹ; Dioscuri standing, facing, heads turned towards each other, each wearing military dress and pileus surmounted by star, each holding spear and sword; between them above, crescent
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