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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.2 2504 (temporary)
Bagis  Lydia Asia (conventus of Sardis)
Æ (24 mm) 6.80 g. Commodus as co-emperor of Marcus or sole ruler (178–180)
ΒοΥΛΗ ΒΑΓΗΝΩΝ; laureate-headed and draped bust of the Boule, right
ΕΠΙ ΑΠοΛΛοΔΩΡ ΤΒ ϹΤΕΦ (Ρ shaped as Ϸ); Apollo standing, left, wearing radiate crown, holding patera and laurel-branch
Hochard 177 corr., KM 169, no. 4 corr., Martin, Demos 91, no. 2 corr. 1
IV.3 9953 (temporary)
Sillyum  Pamphylia Lycia-Pamphylia
Æ (22 mm) 5.74 g.
] ΟΥ[Η]ΡΟϹ] ΚΑΙ[ (?); bare(?)-headed bust of Lucius Verus(?) wearing cuirass and paludamentum, right, seen from rear
ϹΙΛΛΥΕΩΝ; Apollo standing, right, head, facing, playing lyre
Hochard 2234 corr. 1
IV.1 10853 (temporary)
Hadrianopolis  Thrace Thrace
Æ 2.83 g. Marcus Aurelius and Commodus, co-emperors (177–180)
ΑΥ Κ Λ Α ΚΟΜΟΔΟϹ; laureate-headed bust of Commodus (youthful) wearing cuirass and paludamentum, right
ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟΠΟΛΕΙΤΩΝ; Apollo standing, right, holding plectrum and lyre; mantel over right shoulder; to right, small griffin, seated, left
Jurukova —, D. Draganov, Festschrift Schönert-Geiss, p. 223, no. 5 2
IV.3 3961 (temporary)
Side  Pamphylia Lycia-Pamphylia
Æ 10.25 g.
] ΑΥΡ ΑΝΤΩ[; laureate head of Marcus Aurelius, right
ϹΙΔΗΤΩΝ; Apollo standing, right, playing lyre
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IV.1 4753 (temporary)
Calchedon  Bithynia Bithynia-Pontus
Æ 13.34 g. Marcus and Verus, co-emperors (161–169)
Υ]Τ Κ Λ ΑΥΡ οΥΗΡοϹ ϹΕ; bare-headed bust of Lucius Verus wearing cuirass and paludamentum, right
ΚΑΛΧΑΔοΝΙΩΝ; Apollo with lyre reclining, left, on swan flying, right
Rec 70 1
IV.1 4747 (temporary)
Calchedon  Bithynia Bithynia-Pontus
Æ 11.07 g.
ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΑΥΡΗ ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝοc; laureate head of Marcus Aurelius, right
ΚΑΛΧΑΔΟΝΙΩΝ; Apollo with lyre reclining, right, on swan flying, left
Rec 64 9
IV.1 10891 (temporary)
Tanagra  Boeotia Achaea
Æ 175–177
ΑΥΡ ΚοΜΟΔ[ΟϹ] ΚΑΙϹΑΡ; bare-headed bust of Commodus (youthful) wearing paludamentum, right
ΤΑΝΑΓΡΑΙωΝ; Apollo(?) standing, facing, head, left, holding laurel branch (or arrow?) and bow
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IV.2 1625 (temporary)
Tabala  Lydia Asia (conventus of Sardis)
Æ (28 mm) 13.85 g. Marcus Aurelius (»Southern Workshop, 138-180«) (c. 161–178)
ΑΥ Κ Μ ΑΥ ΑΝΤΩΝΙ; laureate-headed bust of Marcus Aurelius (long beard) wearing cuirass, right, seen from rear
ΤΑΒΑΛΕΩΝ; Apollo-Tyrimnaios driving galloping biga, right, wearing radiate crown, holding double axe
Hochard 2306, LS 183, no. 1 3
IV.2 1556 (temporary)
Thyatira  Lydia Asia (conventus of Pergamum)
Æ (20 mm) 4.56 g. Crispina (c. 178–180 (soon after AD 178?))
ΒΡΟΥΤΤΙΑ ΚΡΙϹΠΙΝΑ; draped bust of Crispina, right
ΑΛΙ ΘΥΑΤΙΡΗΝΩΝ; Apollo-Tyrimnaios on horseback, left, wearing radiate crown, naked but for chlamys, holding double axe
Hochard 2449–50, LS 155, no. 22a 6
IV.2 2186 (temporary)
Synaus  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Sardis)
Æ (34 mm) 20.92 g. Marcus and Verus, co-emperors (c. 161–165, perhaps 163–165)
ΑΥ ΚΑΙ Μ ΑΥ ΑΝΤΩΝΙΝΟϹ; laureate-headed bust of Marcus Aurelius (long beard with short curls) wearing cuirass and paludamentum, right, seen from rear
ΕΠΙ ΜΕΝΑΝΔΡΟΥ ΑϹΚ ΑΡΧΟ ΤΟ Β ϹΥΝΑΕΙΤΩΝ; Apollo-Tyrimnaios on horseback, right, carrying double axe over shoulder
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IV.2 2984 (temporary)
Synaus  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Sardis)
Æ (34 mm) 20.78 g. Marcus and Verus, co-emperors (c. 161–165, perhaps 163–165)
ΑΥ ΚΑΙ Λ ΑΥΡ ΟΥΗΡΟϹ; laureate-headed bust of Lucius Verus wearing cuirass, left, seen from rear
ΕΠΙ [ΜΕ]ΝΑΝΔΡΟΥ ΑϹΚ ΑΡΧΟ ΤΟ Β ϹΥΝΑΕΙΤΩΝ; Apollo-Tyrimnaios on horseback, right, carrying double axe over shoulder
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IV.2 3040 (temporary)
Synaus  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Sardis)
Æ (34 mm) 23.19 g. Marcus and Verus, co-emperors (c. 161–165, perhaps 163–165)
[ΔΗ]ΜΟϹ ϹΥΝΑΕΙΤΩΝ; laureate head of the Demos (youthful), right
ΕΠΙ ΜΕΝΑΝΔΡΟΥϹΚ ΑΡΧΟ ΤΟ Β] ϹΥΝΑΕΙΤΩΝ; Apollo-Tyrimnaios on horseback, right, carrying double axe over shoulder
Martin, Demos 233, no. 1 1
IV.2 1698 (temporary)
Æ (36 mm) 24.71 g. 177–180
ΑΥΤο ΚΑΙ Λ ΑΥΡ ΚοΜΜοΔοϹ; laureate head of Commodus (youthful), right
ΙΕΡΑΠοΛΕΙΤΩΝ; Apollo-Tyrimnaios on horseback, right, carrying double axe over shoulder
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IV.2 11545 (temporary)
Sala  Lydia Asia (conventus of Sardis)
Æ (36 mm) 32.01 g. Marcus and Verus, co-emperors (c. 161–165, perhaps c. 163–165)
ΔΗΜΟϹ ϹΑΛΗΝΩΝ (Δ with long serifs); laureate head of the Demos (youthful), right
ΕΠΙ ΔΑΜΑ ΑΡΧΟΝΤΟϹ Α (Δ with long serifs); Apollo-Tyrimnaios on horseback, right, holding double axe
Martin, Demos 115, no. 7 1
IV.2 11546 (temporary)
Sala  Lydia Asia (conventus of Sardis)
Æ (36 mm) 30.00 g. Marcus and Verus, co-emperors (c. 161–165, perhaps c. 163–165)
ΔΗΜΟϹ (Δ with long serifs); laureate head of the Demos (youthful), right
ΕΠΙ ΔΑΜΑ ΑΡΧΟΝΤΟϹ Α ϹΑΛΗΝΩΝ (Δ with long serifs); Apollo-Tyrimnaios on horseback, right, holding double axe
Martin, Demos — 1
IV.2 1194 (temporary)
Blaundus  Lydia Asia (conventus of Sardis)
Æ (31 mm) 15.83 g. Marcus Aurelius (c. 166–180, probably 169–175)
ΑΥ ΚΑΙ Μ ΑΥ ΑΝΤΩΝΙΝΟϹ; laureate head of Marcus Aurelius (long beard with long curls), right
ϹΤΡ ΚΛ ΒΑΛΕΡΙΑΝΟΥ ΒΛΑΥΝΔΕΩΝ (Δ with long serifs); Apollo-Tyrimnaios on horseback, right, holding patera, carrying double axe over shoulder
Matern 54, BMC 76 8
IV.2 1339 (temporary)
Mostene  Lydia Asia (conventus of Smyrna)
Æ (18 mm) 3.71 g. Commodus as co-emperor of Marcus, Crispina and Lucilla (c. 179–180)
ΛΟΥΚΙΛΛΑ ϹΕΒΑϹΤΗ; draped bust of Lucilla, right
ΜΟϹΤΗΝΩΝ [.]; Apollo-Tyrimnaios on horseback, right, wearing radiate crown(?), naked but for chlamys, carrying double axe over shoulder
Hochard 1337, BMC 12 2
IV.2 11431 (temporary)
Mostene  Lydia Asia (conventus of Smyrna)
Æ (18 mm) 5.29 g. Commodus as co-emperor of Marcus, Crispina and Lucilla (c. 179–180)
ΚΟΜΟΔΟϹ; laureate-headed bust of Commodus (lightly bearded) wearing cuirass and paludamentum, right, seen from rear
ΜΟϹΤΗΝΩΝ [.]; Apollo-Tyrimnaios on horseback, right, wearing radiate crown(?), naked but for chlamys, carrying double axe over shoulder
Hochard 1338 3
IV.2 11432 (temporary)
Mostene  Lydia Asia (conventus of Smyrna)
Æ (18 mm) 5.66 g. Commodus as co-emperor of Marcus, Crispina and Lucilla (c. 179–180)
ΚΡΙϹΠΕΙΝΑ ϹΕΒΑϹΤΗ; draped bust of Crispina, right
[ΜΟϹ]ΤΗΝΩΝ [.]; Apollo-Tyrimnaios on horseback, right, wearing radiate crown(?), naked but for chlamys, carrying double axe over shoulder
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