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Date
223 B.C. - 211 B.C.
Denomination
Denomination D (half), Denomination D (half)
Mint
ΔEΛ Mint, ΔEΛ Mint
Obverse
Laureate head of Apollo right
Reverse
BAΣΙΛΕΩΣ ANTIOXOY: Apollo standing left, testing arrow and resting left hand on grounded bow
Diameter
18.0
Reference
Seleucid Coins (part 1) 1064
Date
A.D. 54
Mint
Καισάρεια
Obverse
ΤΙ ΚΛΑΥΔΙΟϹ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ ΓΕΡΜ: Two heads of wheat crossed. LIΔ below.
Reverse
[...] ΑΓΡΙΠΠΙΝΑ: Olive wreath around legend.
Date
A.D. 18
Obverse
ΤΙΒ(ΕΡΙΟΥ) ΚΑΙϹΑΡ(ΟϹ): Olive wreath surrounding legend.
Reverse
ΙΟΥΛΙΑ: Palm branch, with L Δ, for year 4 of the reign of Tiberius.
Date
9 B.C. - A.D. 40
Mint
Petra
Obverse
Aretas and wife, Shakathlath.
Reverse
Aramaic: HRTT SQYLT: Double cornucopiae.
Date
9 B.C. - A.D. 40
Mint
Petra
Obverse
Aretas and wife, Shakathlath.
Reverse
Aramaic: HRTT SQYLT: Double cornucopiae.
Date
A.D. 161 - A.D. 179
Mint
Καισάρεια
Obverse
IMP(ERATOR) CAES(AR) M(ARCVS) AVR(ELIVS): Head of Marcus Aurelius, right.
Reverse
COL(ONIA) PRIMA FL(AVIA) AVG(VSTA CAESAREA)
Mint
Κύζικο
Obverse
Head, right.
Reverse
Exerge: SMK (mint mark).
Date
A.D. 98 - A.D. 99
Mint
Τύρος
Obverse
Head of Tyche, right, wearing turreted crown, veil, and earring; behind, palmbranch; border of dots.
Reverse
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.
Diameter
12.0
Reference
BMC Greek 303
Date
A.D. 321 - A.D. 324
Denomination
AE2, AE3, AE2, AE3
Mint
Νικομήδεια, Νικομήδεια
Obverse
IMP C VAL LICIN LICINIVS P F AVG: Bust of Licinius, radiate, draped, cuirassed, right
Reverse
IOVI CONS-ERVATORI: Jupiter, nude, chlamys draped across left shoulder, standing left, holding Victory on globe in right hand and leaning on eagle-tipped sceptre with left hand; to left, eagle holding wreath; to right, captive
Reference
RIC VII Nicomedia 44
Date
A.D. 32 - A.D. 33
Mint
δαμάσκο
Obverse
Diademed bust of Cleopatra VII, right.
Reverse
ΔΑΜΑΣΚΗΝΩΝ: Tyche of Damascus seated left on rock, her right arm extended, her left holding cornucopiae, the river-god Chrysoroas swimming at her feet.
Reference
RPC 4781
Date
A.D. 99 - A.D. 100
Mint
Τιβεριάδα
Obverse
AΥTOKAI NE(Ρ) (TΡ)AINOΣ: Bust of Trajan, right, laureate, undraped.
Reverse
TIBEΡI KLAUDI ET AΠ: Hygieia, wearing long chiton and peplos, seated right on rock (water below) holding in right hand a serpent feeding from phiale in her left.
Date
A.D. 225 - A.D. 235
Denomination
Δηνάριον, Δηνάριον
Mint
Ρώμη, Ρώμη
Obverse
IVLIA MAMAEA AVG: Bust of Julia Mamaea, diademed, right
Reverse
VESTA: Vesta, veiled, draped, standing left, holding palladium in right hand and up-right sceptre in left hand
Reference
RIC IV Severus Alexander 360, The Cunetio Treasure 257
Provenance
2001: Acquired from Jonathan K. Kern Co., 2001.
1955: Ex: Edward Gans, about 1955.
Date
25 B.C. - 20 B.C.
Denomination
Κιστοφόρος, Κιστοφόρος
Mint
Έφεσος, Έφεσος
Obverse
IMP CAESAR: Head of Augustus, bare, right
Reverse
AVGVSTVS: Six grain stalks knotted in a bundle
Reference
RIC I (second edition) Augustus 481
Provenance
2001: Acquired from Jonathan K. Kern Co., 2001.
Date
A.D. 72 - A.D. 73
Denomination
Δηνάριον, Δηνάριον
Mint
Αντιόχεια, Αντιόχεια
Obverse
IMP CAES VESP AVG P M COS IIII: Head of Vespasian, laureate, right
Reverse
Vespasian standing in quadriga right, holding branch and sceptre
Diameter
18.0
Weight
3.32
Reference
RIC II, Part 1 (second edition) Vespasian 1559
Provenance
Ex: Oman Collection, sold by Sotheby's in the 1960's. Ex: Spink.
1996: Acquired from Rare Coins & Classical Arts Ltd., 1996.
Date
A.D. 293 - A.D. 295
Denomination
Aureus, Aureus
Mint
Αντιοχεία, Αντιοχεία
Obverse
MAXIMIANVS AVGVSTVS: Head of Maximian, laureate, right
Reverse
CONSVL IIII - P P PROCOS: Maximian, laureate, togate, standing front, head left, holding out globe with right hand
Reference
RIC VI Antioch 3
Provenance
November 4, 1992: Acquired from Worldwide Treasure Bureau, November 4, 1992.
February 24, 1953: Ex: Edward Gans.
1991: Ex: Russell C. Hollingsworth.
Date
A.D. 255 - A.D. 256
Denomination
Antoninianus, Antoninianus
Mint
Αντιοχεία, Αντιοχεία
Obverse
IMP C P LIC VALERIANVS P F AVG: Bust of Valerian, radiate, draped, right
Reverse
RESTITVT ORIENTIS: Turreted woman (the Orient), draped, standing right, presenting wreath to emperor, standing left, holding spear in left hand
Diameter
22.0
Weight
4.4
Reference
RIC V Valerian 287a
Provenance
1991: Three hundred and two coins were acquired in 1991 from a cross section of 1,025 coins belonging to the Worldwide Treasure Bureau.
1983:
Date
A.D. 270
Denomination
Antoninianus, Antoninianus
Mint
Ρώμη, Mediolanum, Κύζικο, Σίσακ, Αντιοχεία, Ρώμη
Obverse
DIVO CLAVDIO: Radiate head, right.
Reverse
CONSECRATIO: Altar with eagle standing left.
Diameter
17.0
Weight
2.34
Reference
RIC V Claudius Gothicus 266
Provenance
1991: Three hundred and two coins were acquired in 1991 from a cross section of 1,025 coins belonging to the Worldwide Treasure Bureau.
1983:
Date
A.D. 270
Denomination
Antoninianus, Antoninianus
Mint
Ρώμη, Mediolanum, Κύζικο, Σίσακ, Αντιοχεία, Ρώμη
Obverse
DIVO CLAVDIO: Radiate head, right.
Reverse
CONSECRATIO: Altar with eagle standing left.
Diameter
20.0
Weight
3.5
Reference
RIC V Claudius Gothicus 266
Provenance
1991: Three hundred and two coins were acquired in 1991 from a cross section of 1,025 coins belonging to the Worldwide Treasure Bureau.
1983:
Date
A.D. 256 - A.D. 257
Denomination
Antoninianus, Antoninianus
Mint
Ασία, Ασία
Obverse
SALONINA AVG: Bust of Salonina, diademed, draped, on crescent, right
Reverse
VENVS VICTRIX: Venus, draped, standing left, holding apple in right hand and palm in left hand; behind, at foot, shield; sometimes at foot, captive, left
Diameter
20.0
Weight
3.16
Reference
RIC V Salonina 68
Provenance
1991: Three hundred and two coins were acquired in 1991 from a cross section of 1,025 coins belonging to the Worldwide Treasure Bureau.
1983:
Date
A.D. 258 - A.D. 259
Denomination
Antoninianus, Antoninianus
Mint
Ασία, Ασία
Obverse
SALONINA AVG: Bust of Salonina, diademed, draped, on crescent, right
Reverse
VESTA: Vesta, draped, seated left, holding Victory in right hand and sceptre in left hand
Diameter
22.0
Weight
3.26
Reference
RIC V Salonina 70
Provenance
1991: Three hundred and two coins were acquired in 1991 from a cross section of 1,025 coins belonging to the Worldwide Treasure Bureau.
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