RPC VIII, — (unassigned; ID 68267)

 

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Coin type
Volume VIII
Number — (unassigned; ID 68267)
Province Asia
Subprovince Conventus of Apamea
Region Phrygia
City Apamea
Reign Philip I
Person (obv.) Philip I (Augustus)
Magistrate Pelagon (panegyriarch)
Issue Second issue
Obverse inscription ΑΥΤ Κ Μ ΙΟΥΛ ΦΙΛΙΠΠΟϹ ϹΕΒ
Nominative Imperator Caesar Marcus Iulius Philippus Augustus
Obverse design laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust of Philip I, left, seen from front
Reverse inscription Π ΠΕΛΑΓΟΝΤΟϹ ΠΑΝΗΓΥΡΙΑΡΧ ΑΠΑΜΕΩΝ
Reverse design hero Kelainos standing left, holding patera, short spear and drapery
Metal copper-based alloy
Average diameter 38 mm
Axis 6
Specimens 2 (1 in the core collections)
Note Imhoof, in AgM, describes the reverse legend as Π ΠƐΛΑΓΟΝΤΟϹ Π (l.) – ΑΝΗΓΥΡΙΑΡΧ ΑΠΑΜƐ (r.), Ω–Ν (in field). The Munich coin does not allow to verify this reading, because the reverse legend is almost completely illegible. It has nevertheless been listed here, given that a) the type description fits the one given by Imhoof and b) its obverse die is characteristic of the issue signed by the panegyriarch Pelagon (see https://rpc.ashmus.ox.ac.uk/type/68183).

Specimens of this coin type

Number Number Museum Bibliography
    ✸ Mu
    AgM p. 65, no. 179 (in trade)