RPC VIII, — (unassigned; ID 19738)


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Coin type
Volume VIII
Number — (unassigned; ID 19738)
Province Bithynia-Pontus
Region Bithynia
City Heraclea Pontica
Reign Philip I
Person (obv.) Philip I (Augustus)
Obverse inscription Μ ΙΟΥΛΙΟϹ ΦΙΛΙΠΠΟϹ ΑΥΓ
Nominative Marcus Iulius Philippus Caesar
Obverse design laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Philip I, right, seen from rear
Reverse design Zeus (or Demos) seated left, holding patera and sceptre; in front, the three Charites
Metal copper-based alloy
Average diameter 34 mm
Axis 6
Reference Rec 129 corr. , 231; Martin, Demos, p. 10, Herakleia Pontike 1 corr.
Specimens 4 (3 in the core collections)
Note Following Rec 129, the Löbb. specimen has been wrongly described as a coin of Caracalla by Martin.

Specimens of this coin type

Number Number Museum Bibliography
    P: 723 Wa 364 = SNG 376 corr. = Rec 231, pl. LXII, 11
    ✸ B: 18273498, 1900/442
    B: 18220968, Löbb. Rec 129, pl. LIX, 16, rev., described as a coin of Caracalla = Nymphen u. Chariten p. 200, no. 6
    SGR coll.