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II 1302
Vespasian Vespasian (Augustus) M— N— Haplos
Æ (21 mm) 5.37 g.
ΟΥΕΣΠΑΣΙΑΝΟΣ ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΣ; laureate head of Vespasian, right
Μ Ν ΑΠΛΟΣ ΙΕΡΑΠΟΛΙΤΩΝ; goddess standing, left, holding corn-ears and poppy in right hand and cornucopia in left hand; to left, serpent
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I 2969
Bronze (18 mm) 6.07 g. AD 50/4
ΚΛΑΥΔΙΟΣ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ; laureate head of Claudius, right
Μ ΣΥΙΛΛΙΟΣ ΑΝΤΙΟΧΟΣ ΓΡΑ ΙΕΡΑΠΟΛΙΤΩΝ; Apollo, standing right, playing lyre
BMC 112, Cop 453 23
I 2970
Bronze (18 mm) 5.87 g. AD 50/4
ΚΛΑΥΔΙΟΣ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ; laureate head of Claudius, right
Μ ΣΥΙΛΛΙΟΣ ΑΝΤΙΟΧΟΣ ΓΡΑ ΙΕΡΑΠΟΛΙΤΩΝ; Apollo on horseback, right, with double axe
BMC 114, Cop 455 21
I 2982
Nero Nero (Augustus) Magytes the Younger
Æ (18 mm) 5.68 g.
ΝΕΡΩΝ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ; draped bust of Nero, right
ΜΑΓΥΤΗΣ ΝΕΩΤΕΡΟΣ ΙΕΡΑΠΟΛΕΙΤΩΝ; Pluto and Persephone in chariot, right
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I 2983
Nero Agrippina II Magytes the Younger
Æ (15 mm) 3.94 g. c. AD 55
ΑΓΡΙΠΕΙΝΑ ΣΕΒΑΣΤΗ; draped bust of Agrippina II, right
ΜΑΓΥΤΗΣ ΝΕΩΤΕΡΟΣ ΙΕΡΑΠΟΛΕΙΤΩΝ; Demeter seated left, holding ear of corn and poppies
BMC 127 4
I 2958
Augustus Augustus Matron, son of Apollonios
Leaded bronze (19 mm) 5.13 g. Group III: Augustus alone (c. AD 5)
ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΣ; laureate head of Augustus, right
ΜΑΤΡΩΝ ΑΠΟΛΛΩΝΙΟΥ ΙΕΡΑΠΟΛΕΙΤΩΝ; double axe on basis, with serpent coiled around and surmounted by radiate head, looking right
BMC 106, AMC 1391 6
I 2958A
Augustus Augustus Matron, son of Apollonios
Leaded bronze (19 mm) 5.27 g. Group III: Augustus alone (c. AD 5)
ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΣ; bare head of Augustus, right
ΜΑΤΡΩΝ ΑΠΟΛΛΩΝΙΟΥ ΙΕΡΑΠΟΛΕΙΤΩΝ; double axe on basis, with serpent coiled around and surmounted by radiate head, looking right
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I 2956
Leaded bronze (19 mm) 5.01 g. Group III: Augustus alone (c. AD 5)
ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΣ; laureate head of Augustus, right
ΜΕΝΙΣΚΟΣ ΔΙΦΙΛΟΥ ΤΟ Γ ΙΕΡΑΠΟΛΕΙΤΩΝ; Apollo, standing left, with patera and double axe
BMC 105, AMC 1388, Cop 450 15
I 2956A
Leaded bronze (19 mm) 4.54 g. Group III: Augustus alone (c. AD 5)
ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΣ; bare head of Augustus, right
ΜΕΝΙΣΚΟΣ ΔΙΦΙΛΟΥ ΤΟ Γ ΙΕΡΑΠΟΛΕΙΤΩΝ; Apollo, standing left, with patera and double axe
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IV.2 2041 (temporary)
Uncertain
Æ (36 mm) 23.71 g. 'Pseudo-autonomous': Second or early third century AD (c. 100–218)
ΙΕΡΑΠΟΛΕΙΤΩΝ; draped bust of Apollo (Archegetes), right; to right, lyre
ΜΟΨΟϹ ΤΟΡΡΗΒΟϹ; to left, Mopsos standing, right, holding laurel-branch, resting arm on bow; to right, Torrebos standing, left, holding statue of goddess with kalathos, resting arm on lyre which stands on base
L. Weber, NC 1913, 140, XX, BMC 32, KM 235, no. 5 4
Philip I
Hierapolis  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Cibyra) Ephesus
Æ (21 mm) 4.40 g.
ΙΕΡΑΠΟΛΕΙΤΩΝ Κ ΕΦΕϹΙΩΝ; draped bust of Boule veiled right
ΝΕΟΚΟΡΩΝ ΟΜΟΝΟΙΑ; Mên in Phrygian cap standing left, holding pine cone in extended right and in left long sceptre; at feet, bucranium
Franke & Nollé 773 3
Philip I
Hierapolis  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Cibyra) Ephesus
Æ (21 mm) 3.99 g.
ΙΕΡΑΠΟΛΕΙΤΩΝ Κ ΕΦΕϹΙΩΝ; veiled and draped bust of the Boule, right
ΝΕΟΚΟΡΩΝ ΟΜΟΝΟΙΑ; Apollo riding right on horseback, holding double axe
Franke & Nollé 778–82; Martin, Demos, p. 179, Hierapolis 31 7
Philip I
Hierapolis  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Cibyra) Ephesus
Æ (21 mm) 4.37 g.
ΙΕΡΑΠΟΛΕΙΤΩΝ Κ ΕΦΕϹΙΩΝ; veiled and draped bust of the Boule, right
ΝΕΟΚΟΡΩΝ ΟΜΟΝΟΙΑ; Apollo standing left, holding patera and double axe
Franke & Nollé 776–7; Martin, Demos, p. 179, Hierapolis 30b 4
Philip I
Hierapolis  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Cibyra) Ephesus
Æ (21 mm) 4.72 g.
ΙΕΡΑΠΟΛΕΙΤΩΝ Κ ΕΦΕϹΙΩΝ; veiled and draped bust of the Boule, right
ΝΕΟΚΟΡΩΝ ΟΜΟΝΟΙΑ; Athena standing left, holding spear and shield
Franke & Nollé 754; Martin, Demos, p. 180, Hierapolis 32a 2
Philip I
Hierapolis  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Cibyra) Sardis
Æ (21 mm) 4.43 g.
ΙΕΡΑΠΟΛΕΙΤΩΝ Κ ϹΑΡΔΙΑΝΩΝ; head of Artemis, right, with quiver on shoulder
ΝΕΩΚΟΡΩΝ ΟΜΟΝΟΙΑ; Apollo riding right on horseback, right, holding double axe
Franke & Nollé 866–7; GRPCL 344 6
Philip I
Hierapolis  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Cibyra) Sardis
Æ (21 mm) 4.74 g.
ΙΕΡΑΠΟΛΕΙΤΩΝ Κ ϹΑΡΔΙΑΝΩΝ; head of Artemis, right, with quiver on shoulder
ΝΕΩΚΟΡΩΝ ΟΜΟΝΟΙΑ; hero standing left, in military dress, holding patera and double axe
Franke & Nollé 865 2
Philip I
Hierapolis  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Cibyra) Sardis
Æ (21 mm) 4.02 g.
ΙΕΡΑΠΟΛΕΙΤΩΝ Κ ϹΑΡΔΙΑΝΩΝ; head of Artemis, right, with quiver on shoulder
ΝΕΩΚΟΡΩΝ ΟΜΟΝΟΙΑ; Mên standing left, holding patera and sceptre, right foot on bull head
Franke & Nollé 861–4 4
VI 5519 (temporary)
Elagabalus
Æ (47 mm) 39.64 g. Demos
ΔΗΜΟϹ ΛΑΟΔΙΚΕΩΝ; laureate bust of Demos, right, with drapery
ΝΑΟΙ ΑΓΩΝΕϹ ΟΙΚΟΥΜΕΝΟΚΟΙ ΛΑΟΔΙΚΕΩΝ ΝΕΩΚΟΡΩΝ, ΔΟΓΜΑΤΙ ϹΥΝΚΛΗΤΟΥ; four agonistic crowns on inscribed table with lion legs
Martin, Demos Laodikeia 31, Bennett 239 1
III 2317
Colossae  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Cibyra)
Æ (18 mm) 3.22 g.
ΚΟΛΟϹϹΗΝΩΝ; laureate and radiate bust of Helios, left
ΟΚΤ ΑΠΟΛΛΩΝΙ ΟΥΑ ΑΝΕ; river god Lykos reclining, left
vA, Phryg., 452 3
III 2310A
Colossae  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Cibyra)
Æ (25 mm) 9.63 g.
ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟϹ ΟΛΥΜΠΙΟϹ; bare-headed and draped bust of Hadrian, left
ΟΚΤ ΑΠΟΛΛΩΝΙΟϹ ΟΥΑ ΑΝΕΘΗΚΕ ΚΟΛΟϹϹΗΝΩΝ; Zeus standing facing, head left, holding eagle in right hand, left resting on sceptre
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