Departamento: Greek
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Procedencia
June 26, 1989: Thirty-three Greek bronze and one Roman silver coin donated as a gift of Dr. & Mrs. Joseph V. Caltagirone dated June 26, 1989. Signed by Nancy Caltagirone of Manhasset, New York.
Fecha
196 B.C. - 146 B.C.
Anverso
Head of Pallas right, wearing crested Corinthian helmet.
Reverso
ΘΕΣ ΣΑΛΩΝ: Horse trotting right.
Referencia
BMC Greek 62 63
Procedencia
June 26, 1989: Thirty-three Greek bronze and one Roman silver coin donated as a gift of Dr. & Mrs. Joseph V. Caltagirone dated June 26, 1989. Signed by Nancy Caltagirone of Manhasset, New York.
Fecha
221 B.C. - 201 B.C.
Ceca
Alejandría
Anverso
Zeus-Ammon-Hercules facing right, border of dots.
Reverso
ΠΤΟΛΕΜΑΙΟΥ ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ (PTOLEMAIOU BASILEOS): Eagle with folding wings standing in thunderbolts facing left. ΔΙ between feet. Cornucopiae in field left.
Diámetro
43.0
Fecha
75 B.C.
Ceca
Apamea
Anverso
Head of Zeus right, laureate: border of dots.
Reverso
ΑΠΑΜΕΩΝ ΤΗΣΙΕΡΑΣ ΚΑΙΑΣΥΛΟΥ: Elephant, walking right, with mark of H by foot. In exergue: ΚΑ.
Diámetro
22.0
Referencia
BMC Greek 14
Fecha
A.D. 76 - A.D. 77
Ceca
Ascalón
Anverso
Head of City-goddess right, draped wearing turreted crown and veil; border of dots.
Reverso
ΠΡ ΑΣ: War-galley right, with oards; above, date; border of dots.
Referencia
BMC Greek Greek Coins of Palestine 50 51 52 53
Fecha
128 B.C. - 122 B.C.
Denominación
Denomination B (double), Denomination C (unit), Denomination B (double), Denomination C (unit)
Ceca
Apamea, Apamea
Anverso
Head of young Dionysus right, wreathed with ivy
Reverso
BAΣΙΛΕΩΣ AΛEXANΔPOY: Winged Tyche standing left, calathus on head, holding ship's tiller and cornucopiae
Referencia
BMC Greek: The Seleucid Kings of Syria 33 34, Seleucid Coins (part 2) 2242.3j
Fecha
A.D. 98 - A.D. 99
Ceca
Tiro
Anverso
Head of Tyche, right, wearing turreted crown, veil, and earring; behind, palmbranch; border of dots.
Reverso
ΔΚΕ [monogram]: Galley left, with prow terminating in volute, and aphlaston at stern; on it Astarte, turreted, standing left; in extended right, wreath; in left, cruciform standard held transversely; across field date, and monogram; in exergue: Phoenician inscription meaning "for Tyre." Date, ΔΚΕ, year 224 Era of Tyre, i. e., A.D. 98-99. Monogram to the right of Astarte of uncertain meaning.
Diámetro
12.0
Referencia
BMC Greek 303
Fecha
173 B.C. - 168 B.C.
Denominación
Denomination D (half), Denomination D (half)
Ceca
Acre, Acre
Anverso
Radiate, diademed head of Antiochus IV right
Reverso
BAΣΙΛΕΩΣ ANTIOXΟΥ: Veiled goddess standing facing, holding long scepter or torch
Referencia
BMC Greek: The Seleucid Kings of Syria 41, Babelon, p. 74, no. 573, Pl. XIII, no. 9., Seleucid Coins (part 2) 1479
Fecha
146 B.C. - 145 B.C.
Denominación
Dracma griega moderna, Dracma griega moderna
Ceca
Antioquía, Antioquía
Anverso
Diademed head of Antiochus IV right
Reverso
BAΣΙΛΕΩΣ ANTIOXOY EΠIΦANOYΣ: Zeus seated on high-backed throne left, holding Nike facing right offering wreath on outstretched right hand and sceptre in left
Diámetro
17.0
Referencia
BMC Greek: The Seleucid Kings of Syria 9, Seleucid Coins (part 2) 1886
Fecha
223 B.C. - 210 B.C.
Denominación
Denomination D (half), Denomination D (half)
Ceca
Antioquía, Antioquía
Anverso
Laureate head of Antiochus III right, as Apollo
Reverso
BAΣΙΛΕΩΣ ANTIOXOY: Apollo standing left, testing arrow and resting left hand on grounded bow
Referencia
BMC Greek 52, Seleucid Coins (part 1) 1052
Fecha
223 B.C. - 211 B.C.
Denominación
Denomination D (half), Denomination D (half)
Ceca
ΔEΛ Mint, ΔEΛ Mint
Anverso
Laureate head of Apollo right
Reverso
BAΣΙΛΕΩΣ ANTIOXOY: Apollo standing left, testing arrow and resting left hand on grounded bow
Diámetro
18.0
Referencia
Seleucid Coins (part 1) 1064
Fecha
A.D. 98 - A.D. 99
Ceca
Tiro
Anverso
Head of Tyche, right, wearing turreted crown, veil, and earring; behind, palmbranch; border of dots.
Reverso
ΔΚΕ [monogram]: Galley left, with prow terminating in volute, and aphlaston at stern; on it Astarte, turreted, standing left; in extended right, wreath; in left, cruciform standard held transversely; across field date, and monogram; in exergue: Phoenician inscription meaning "for Tyre." Date, ΔΚΕ, year 224 Era of Tyre, i. e., A.D. 98-99. Monogram to the right of Astarte of uncertain meaning.
Diámetro
12.0
Referencia
BMC Greek 303
Fecha
A.D. 32 - A.D. 33
Ceca
Damasco
Anverso
Diademed bust of Cleopatra VII, right.
Reverso
ΔΑΜΑΣΚΗΝΩΝ: Tyche of Damascus seated left on rock, her right arm extended, her left holding cornucopiae, the river-god Chrysoroas swimming at her feet.
Referencia
RPC 4781
Fecha
287 B.C. - 278 B.C.
Denominación
Decadracma
Ceca
Siracusa (Sicilia)
Anverso
ΣΥΡΑΚΟΣΙΩΝ: Female, facing left; hair bound; torch behind neck
Reverso
(E)ΠΙ ΙΚΕΤΑ: Nike riding biga, right, holding reins and kentron; crescent moon at 12 o’clock; Θ below horses’ legs
Diámetro
16.0
Peso
4.23
Referencia
Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum SNG 776
Procedencia
December, 1979: Ex: NFA, lot 78.
1995: Acquired from Rare Coins & Classical Arts Ltd., 1995.
1934: Ex: Ars Classica XVII, Zurich. Lot 282.
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