RPC VIII, — (unassigned; ID 2442)


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Coin type
Volume VIII
Number — (unassigned; ID 2442)
Province Syria Palaestina
Region Samaria
City Neapolis
Reign Philip I
Person (obv.) Philip I (Augustus) ; Philip II (Augustus)
Dating AD 247–9
Obverse inscription IMPP PHILIPPIS AVGG
Nominative Imperatori Philippi Augusti
Obverse design confronted busts of Philip I, laureate, draped and cuirassed, right, seen from rear, and Philip II, laureate, draped and cuirassed, left, seen from front
Reverse inscription COL SERG NEAPOL
Reverse design Marsyas standing left, raising arm, holding wineskin over shoulder; at left, Mount Gerizim, with temple in perspective and altar, supported by eagle facing, head left, spreading wings
Metal copper-based alloy
Average diameter 29 mm
Axis 12
Reference Harl, Neapolis 47
Specimens 4 (2 in the core collections)

Specimens of this coin type

Number Number Museum Bibliography
    P: 209A
    P: 209
    Schulman NY, 6 June 1969 (Mabbott coll.), lot 2690
    ✸ Trade (Zurqieh, Vcoins, 6 Dec. 2016)