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IV.2 2149 (temporary)
Uncertain
Peltae  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Apamea)
Æ 4.14 g. The Antonines
head of Dionysus (youthful) wearing ivy wreath, r.; to l., thyrsus
ΠƐΛΤΗΝΩΝ (ΜΑΚƐΔ); river-god (Maiandros) reclining, l., holding reed and cornucopia, resting on water-urn
BMC 17, Cop 637 5
IV.2 2152 (temporary)
Uncertain
Peltae  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Apamea)
Æ 3.95 g. The Antonines
head of Dionysus (youthful) wearing ivy wreath, r.; to l., thyrsus
ΠƐΛΤΗΝΩ ΜΑΚƐΔΟΝ; nude Aphrodite standing, facing, head, r., holding in each of her raised hands a long tress of hair
6
IV.2 2146 (temporary)
Uncertain
Peltae  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Apamea)
Æ 2.52 g. The Antonines
turreted and draped bust of the Tyche, r.
ΠƐΛΤΗΝΩ ΜΑΚƐΔΟΝ; bucranium surmounted by crescent; above, two stars
BMC 12–14 11
IV.2 2145 (temporary)
Uncertain
Peltae  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Apamea)
Æ 2.65 g. The Antonines
turreted and draped bust of the Tyche, r.
ΠƐΛ[ΤΗΝ]ΩΝ; Hecate triformis standing, each wearing kalathos, the outer ones holding torch in each hand
BMC 11 1
IV.2 2264 (temporary)
Uncertain
Peltae  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Apamea)
Æ 2.59 g. The Antonines
radiate-headed and draped bust of Helios, r.
ΠƐΛΤΗΝΩΝ; in laurel wreath
BMC 8–10 18
IV.2 2147 (temporary)
Uncertain
Peltae  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Apamea)
Æ 1.85 g. 'Pseudo-autonomous': Late second or early third century AD (c. 180-218)
ΜΑΚƐΔΟΝΩ; draped bust of Asclepius, r.; to r., serpent-staff
ΠƐΛΤΗΝΩΝ; Hygieia standing, r., feeding serpent from patera
BMC 15 7
IV.2 2148 (temporary)
Uncertain
Peltae  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Apamea)
Æ 2.34 g. 'Pseudo-autonomous': Late second or early third century AD (c. 180-218)
ΜΑΚƐΔ; bust of Athena wearing aegis, r.
ΠƐΛΤΗΝΩΝ; stag standing, r.
BMC 16, Cop 638 14
IV.2 1904 (temporary)
Lysias  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Apamea)
R1 10.94 g. Marcus Aurelius and Commodus, co-emperors (177-180)
ΑV ΚΑΙϹΑΡ Μ ΑV ΑΝΤΩΝΙΝΟϹ; laureate-headed bust of Marcus Aurelius (thin face with very long beard) wearing cuirass and paludamentum, r., seen from centre
ƐΠΙ ΦΛ(Α) ΑΤΤΑΛΟV ΛVϹΙΑΔƐΩΝ; Cybele seated, l., wearing kalathos, holding patera over lion, resting arm on tympanum
vA Phryg. II, 629–32 6
IV.2 1906 (temporary)
Lysias  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Apamea)
R2 7.69 g. Marcus Aurelius and Commodus, co-emperors (177-180)
ΑV ΚΑΙϹΑΡ Λ ΑV ΚΟΜΟΔΟϹ; laureate head of Commodus (youthful), r.
ƐΠΙ ΦΛ(Α) ΑΤΤΑΛΟV ΛVϹΙΑΔƐΩΝ; Tyche standing, l., wearing kalathos, holding rudder and cornucopia
vA Phryg. II, 638–41 7
IV.2 1905 (temporary)
Lysias  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Apamea)
R3 5.34 g. Marcus Aurelius and Commodus, co-emperors (177-180)
ΛΟVΚΙΛΛΑ ϹƐΒΑϹΤΗ; draped bust of Lucilla, r.
ƐΠΙ ΦΛ ΑΤΤΑΛΟV ΛVϹΙΑΔƐΩΝ; Zeus (Lydios) standing, l., holding patera and long sceptre
vA Phryg. II, 633–7, KM 276, no. 2, F. Imhoof-Blumer, RSN 19 (1913), 73, no. 207 6
IV.2 1907 (temporary)
Lysias  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Apamea)
R4 3.65 g. Marcus Aurelius and Commodus, co-emperors (177-180)
ΔΗΜΟϹ; diademed head of the Demos (youthful), r.
ƐΠΙ ΑΤΤΑΛΟV ΛVϹΙΑΔƐΩΝ; Dionysus (youthful) standing, l., holding bunch of grapes and long thyrsus
vA Phryg. II, 596–600, BMC 1, Cop 615, Martin, Demos, Lysias 1 10
IV.2 1908 (temporary)
Lysias  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Apamea)
R5 2.13 g. Marcus Aurelius and Commodus, co-emperors (177-180)
head of youthful Heracles/Alexander wearing lion-scalp, r.
Ɛ ΑΤΤΑΛΟV ΛVϹΙΑΔƐΩΝ; crescent surmounted by star
vA Phryg. II, 601–2 4
IV.2 1909 (temporary)
Uncertain
Lysias  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Apamea)
Æ 2.89 g. 'Pseudo-autonomous': The Antonines (c. 138-192)
ΒΟVΛΗ; veiled, laureate-headed and draped bust of the Boule (head assimilated to portrait of Antonine empress), r.
ΛVϹΙΑΔƐΩΝ; Hecate triformis standing, each wearing kalathos, the outer ones holding torch in each hand
vA Phryg. II, 603–8, Martin, Demos, Lysias 2 9
IV.2 9981 (temporary)
Eumenea  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Apamea)
R1 15.62 g.
ΑVΤΟ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ ΑΝΤΩΝƐΙΝϹ(sic); laureate-headed bust of Antoninus Pius wearing cuirass and aegis, r., seen from front
ƐVΜƐΝƐΩΝ ΑΧΑΙΩΝ; Demeter standing, facing, head, l., holding poppy and two ears of corn
1
IV.2 2966 (temporary)
Eumenea  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Apamea)
R1 10.32 g.
ΑVΤΟ ΚΑΙϹ ΑΝΤΩΝƐΙΝΟϹ; laureate-headed bust of Antoninus Pius wearing cuirass and aegis, r., seen from front
ƐVΜƐΝƐΩΝ ΑΧΑΙΩΝ; Dionysus and Apollo seated in car drawn by pantheress and goat, l.; Dionysus holding long transverse thyrsus, Apollo playing lyre; on goat's back, winged Eros riding, playing double flute
3
IV.2 1991 (temporary)
Eumenea  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Apamea)
R1 10.79 g.
ΑVΤΟ ΚΑΙϹ ΑΝΤΩΝƐΙΝΟϹ; laureate-headed bust of Antoninus Pius wearing cuirass and aegis, r., seen from front
ƐVΜƐΝƐΩΝ ΑΧΑΙΩΝ; Dionysus and Apollo seated in car drawn by pantheress and goat, r.; Dionysus holding long transverse thyrsus, Apollo playing lyre; on goat's back, winged Eros riding, playing double flute
BMC 58 4
IV.2 1988 (temporary)
Eumenea  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Apamea)
R1 9.43 g.
ΑVΤΟ ΚΑΙϹ(ΑΡ) ΑΝΤΩΝƐΙΝΟϹ; laureate-headed bust of Antoninus Pius wearing cuirass and aegis, r., seen from front
ƐVΜƐΝƐΩΝ ΑΧΑΙΩΝ; cult statue of Artemis of Ephesus standing, facing, wearing kalathos, having supports; between two stags
BMC 54–5, Cop 395 8
IV.2 1989 (temporary)
Eumenea  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Apamea)
R1 10.85 g.
ΑVΤΟ ΚΑΙϹ(Α) ΑΝΤΩΝƐΙΝΟ(Ϲ); laureate-headed bust of Antoninus Pius wearing cuirass and aegis, r., seen from front
ƐVΜƐΝƐΩΝ ΑΧΑΙΩΝ; hump-backed bull walking, l.; behind, Nike standing, l., grasping bull's horn, holding knife
BMC 56–7 14
IV.2 1990 (temporary)
Eumenea  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Apamea)
R1 9.60 g.
ΑVΤΟ ΚΑΙϹ(ΑΡ) ΑΝΤΩΝƐΙΝΟϹ; laureate-headed bust of Antoninus Pius wearing cuirass and aegis, r., seen from front
ƐVΜƐΝƐΩΝ ΑΧΑΙΩΝ; hump-backed bull walking, r.; behind, Nike standing, r., grasping bull's horn, holding knife
KM 230, no. 8 9
IV.2 1992 (temporary)
Eumenea  Phrygia Asia (conventus of Apamea)
R2 7.62 g. Marcus Aurelius as Caesar (c. 139-146)
Μ ΑVΡΗΛΙ ΟVΗΡΟϹ ΚΑΙ; bare-headed bust of Marcus Aurelius (lightly bearded) wearing cuirass and paludamentum, r., seen from centre
ƐVΜƐΝƐΩΝ ΑΧΑΙΩΝ; Apollo-Tyrimnaios on horseback, r., carrying double axe over shoulder
BMC 59, Cop 396 12