DESCRIPTI VE

OF

CATALOGUE

THE COLLECTION OF GREEK COINS
FORMED BY
SIR

HERMANN WEBER
I823"19l8

M. D.

PROTAT BROTHERS, PRINTERS, MACON (FRANCE)

THE

WEBER COLLECTION
VOLUME
PART
II

III

GREEK COINS
ASIA
LYCIA PAMPHYLIA PHRYGIA P1SIDIA CYPRUS GALATIA CAPPAD0C1A SYRIA CILICIA ARABIA PHOENICIA PALESTINE MESOPOTAMIA PERSIA CHARACEKE PERSIS BACTRIA

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PHRYGIA

PHRYGIA

PHRYGIA
Head, B.V., B.M.Cat., Phrygia, 1906. Head, B V , Historia Numorutn, 1 9 1 1
.

.

.

Babelon, Invent aire sommaire de
Radet, G.,

la Collection

Waddington, 1897.

En

Phrygie, 1893.

Ramsay,

W.M.,

Cities

and
r

Bishoprics of Phrygia, 1895, 1897.

Imhoof-Blumer,
Imhoof-Blumer, Znr

D

F., Kleinasiatische

griechischen

Mun^en, 1902. und romischen Mun^kunde, 1908.

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478

PHRYGIA
No.

PHRYGIA
No.

PHRYGIA
No.

PHRYGIA
No.

PHRYGIA
No.
Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Gordianus Pius.
6983
PI.

91

JE 26

AVT

K

MAN TOPAIANOC.

Bust of Gordian to
:

r.,

laureate,

wear-

248

5.89

ing cuirass and
tyL.

paludamentum

border of dots.

AKMON6HN. Hermes
1.

sos,
in

holding caduceus

in
:

r.

standing to front, head 1., wearing petaover ram r. with head turned back, and purse border of dots. (F. R. Wiedemann, Smyrna, 1892.)
Cf.

B.M.Cat.,

p. 20, p.

n° 100.

Mionnet, IV,

203, n° 46.

Gallienus.

6984
PI.

239
15.48

JE 30

AYT

K

HOY AIKTAAAIHNOC.

Bust of Gallienus to
:

r.,

laureate,

248

wearing cuirass
fyi.

and paludamentum

border ot dots.

AKM O N€DN. The two

Kabeiri standing face to face, holding
:

one another's hand and resting with the other on spear
of dots.

border

(Magnesia, 1891.)
Babelon, luv.
//'</././.,

p.

326, n° 5539.

Aezanis.
hi Phrxgia Epictctus, near the sources of the Rhyndacus.

Probably after

B

.

C

.

1

3 3

.

6985
PI.

96

JE 19

Young male
lowered
tyL.
.

bust to

r.,

in triple-crested

helmet,

with cheek-piece

248

6.22

Free horse walking to
field

r.

;

above, pileus of Kabeiros surmount-

ed bv star; in

above,

1.

AI

;

r.

IA--

;

beneath, E.
(Sim
sale,

1890.)

Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 200, n u 2 (PI. xxvi, 1). Cf. Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 358, n° 331.

6986
PI.

105

JE21

Similar, draped
fyL.

;

behind,

MO

:

border of dots.
r.
;

248

6.80

EPIKTHT

(to r.). Free horse to

above, pileus

;

palm across

shoulder; behind, TAIOY.
(Arslano«lou, Smyrna, 1891.)
Cf. B.M.Cat.,
p.

201, n° 9 (PI. xxvi, 4).

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483
61

PHRYGIA
No.
Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Imperial Times.

Marcus Aurelius 6987
PI.

— Gallienus.
to
r.
:

248

40 2.59

IE 17

AHMOC. Head
J$L.

of bearded

Demos

border of dots.

AIZAN6 ITON. Hygieia,
r.

to

in long chiton and peplos, standing and feeding serpent from phiale border of dots.
:

(Bompois

sale,

1882.)

Cf.B.M.Cat.,

p. 25,

n° 19.

6988
jjPl.

49

IE 17

Head of Sarapis
T$L.

to r.,

wearing modius
I.,

:

border of dots.
r.,

248

3.17

AIZAN6I
.

TON.

Eagle to

looking

wings open
(Bompois

:

border

of dots

sale,

1882.)

Cf.B.M.Cat.,

p. 26, n° 27.

Mionuet, IV, p. 205, no 57.

6989

50

IE 17

Similar. Similar.

3.24
1$L.

(W. T. Ready,
B.M.Cat.,
p. 26, no 25,

1905.)

Time
699O
PI.

of Gallienus. of young

196

iE28

[AHMOC] AIZAN6ITHN. Head
border of dots.
^L. 6HI

Demos

to

r.,

diademed

:

248

12.70

Dionysos, naked but for himation over lower limbs and 1. arm, standing towards I., holding in r. kantharos over panther at his feet, and resting with 1. on thyrsos: border of dots
.

AYPZHN00NOCAP.

(Dr F. Imhoof, 1884.)

B.M.Cat.,

p. 27, no 32.

699I
PI.

196

IE 28

I€PA
ers

CYNKAHTCDC- Young male
draped
:

head

of the

Senate to

r.,

should-

248

12.70

border of dots

.

T$L.

AIZA N€ITHN. Cultus-statue of Artemis-Ephesia with usual border of dots. attributes ; on either side a stag looking upwards
:

(Bompois

sale,

1882

;

lot 1678.)

B.M.Cat., p. 29, no 41 (PI. v, 7). Mionnet, IV, p. 206, n° 69.

484

PHRYGIA
No.

-

PHRYGIA
No. Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Germanicus and Agrippina.
6997
PI.

60

JE 16

T6PMANIKOC. Head
dots.

of Germanicus to

r.,

laureate

:

border

of

248

fy.
to

ArPinniNA €ni KAACCIKOY AlZANITflN. Bust of Agrippina
r.,

draped

:

border of dots.
(Al.

Grant

sale,

1890.)

Mionnet, IV,

p.

208, n° 80.

6998
PI.

49

JE 17

r€PMANIKOC
radiate
:

€TTI

KAACCIKOY. Head

of

Germanicus

to

r.,

248

3.17

border of dots.
r.,

fy. [ArPirriNA] AlZANITflN. Bust of Agrippina to

draped

:

border of dots

.

(Al. Grant sale, 1890.)

Mionnet, S. VII,

p.

490,^44.

6999

55

JE 17

3.56

TEP[MAN] IKOZ
dots.

(to r.)
(to
1.).

Bust of Germanicus to

r.,

laureate

:

border of

^£.

ArPinniNA€ni KAACCIKOV.

Bust

of Agrippina tor.

:

border of dots

N° 6998

is

repeated on the plate as n° 6999.
(Smyrna, 189 1.)
Cf. Mionnet, IV, p. 208, n° 80. Babelon, Inv. Wadding ton, n° 5 5 54.

7000
Pi.

63

JE 20

TEPMANIKOI.
V,L.
r.

Similar.

248

4.08

ArPinniNA AIZANITCON Eni MHAHOY.
:

Bust of Agrippina to
(Smyrna, 1891.)

border of dots.
Cf.B.M.Cat.,
Mionnet, S. VII,
p.
p.

31, n° 60.

490, n° 42

.

Claudius.

7001
Pi.

62

JE 22

KAAYAIOI KAIIAP. Head
dots.

of Claudius to

r.,

laureate

:

border of

248

4.01

AIZANI [TOON]
fy.

[Eni]nPG)TOMAXOY

.

Zeusof Aezanistol.,
210, n° 94.

as

on

n° 6993.

CGOKPATOY
(Smyrna, 1891.)
Mionnet, IV,
p.

486

PHRYGIA
No.
Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

7002
PI.

73

JE 20

Similar

WO

249

4-73

AIZANITOON

^

EM
MHNOrENOY TOYNANNA
.

Similar.

(J.

Arnopoulo, Smyrna, 1899.)

n° 78. Babelon, Inv. Wadd.,p. 328, n° 5567.

B.M.Cat.,

p. 34,

Agrippina Junior.

7003
Pi.

45

JE 16

ArPinniNAN C6BACTHN. Bust of Agrippina Junior
of dots
fy,.
.

to

r.

:

border

249

2.91

AIZA NITHN. Bust of Agrippina Senior
wearing stephane
:

(?) as Persephone to
(Macridi Pacha, 1893.)

r.,

border of dots.
p. 35, n° 91.
p.

Cf.B.M.Cat.,
Mionnet, 5. VII,

494,

n<>

72.

7004
Pi
.

45

M 17

Similar.

249

2.91
J$L.

Similar; in front of head, ear ot corn
(Macridi Pacha,

1893.)

Sabina

.

7005
PI.

58

JE 19

CAB€INA C6BACTH. Bust of Sabina
I£.

to

r.

249

3-75

€niMATMHTPOr€NOV CAIZAN6ITHN.
I.,

to front, head

holding in

r.

serpent-staff
no 102.

:

Asklepios standing border of dots.
(Bompois
sale,

1882.)

B.M.Cat.,

p. 37,
p.

Mionnet, 5. VII,

496, n° 79.

Commodus.
7006
Pi.

65

JEiS

AV KAI KOMOAOC. Head
of dots
^6.
.

of

Commodus

to

r.,

laureate

:

border

249

4.21

AIZAN€ ITHN. Cultus-statue of Artemis-Ephesia to ween crescent and star border of dots
:

front, bet-

.

(Osman Noury Bey,
B.M.Cat.,
Mionnet, IV,
p. 40, p.

1904.)

n» 125. 213, n° 116.

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487

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PHRYGIA
No.

PHRYGIA
No.

PHRYGIA
No.
Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Caracalla.

7015
PI.

285

^33

AYTK-MAYPCCOYHANTflNINOCAV.
laureate, in cuirass
T$L.

Bust of Caracalla tor.,
border of dots.

249

18.46

and paludamentum

:

AMOPIA N HN.
r.,

Herakles, naked, bearded, standing to front
r.

towards

resting with

on

over which hangs lion-skin, a

and holding out with 1., phiale to a serpent twined round
club,
:

the fruit-tree of the Hesperides

border of dots.

(Macridi Pacha, Constantinople, 1892.) n° 45 (PI. vm,4). Babelon, Inv. IVaddington, p. 331, n° 5620.

B.M.Cat.,

p. 55,

Geta.

70l6
PI.

125

JE 25

249

8.10

C€TT.r€T AC KAICAP. Bust of young Geta to r., head ing cuirass and paludamentum border of dots.
:

bare,

wear-

J$L.

AMOPIA NHN.

Zeus, naked to waist, wearing himation over
r.

lower limbs, enthroned to 1., holding in border of dots. ing with 1. on sceptre
:

thunderbolt, and rest-

(D r
B.M.Cat.,
Mionnet, IV,
p. 56, p.

Earinos, Smyrna, 1891.)
:

n° S3. 218, n° 142.

Ancyra
The
district Abbditis in western chief-city of the

Phrygia

;

probably the

place of mintage

of the coins

reading
.

MYIHN ABBAITHN

(n° 6968)

struck in the second century

B

C. (H.N., p. 665).

Imperial Times.

Time
7017
PI.

of the Flavians

.

86

iE 22

I6PA
ers

CYN KAHTOC. Young
draped
:

male bust of the Senate to

r.,

should-

249

5-57

border of dots.

^6.

AN KYPA

within laurel-wreath

:

border of dots

.

NHN
(Alex. Grant sale, 1890.)

Mionnet IV,

p.

219, no 146.

490

PHRYGIA
No.

PHRYGIA
No.

PHRYGIA
No.

PHRYGIA
No.

PHRYGIA
No. Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

^"

M

M6 A CV r Mars y as AC ^^ nN ^ ^'

>

naked
flute.

'

advancin g

to r -'

with flying nebris, playing on double
B.M.Cat.,
Mionnet, IV,

(J. P.
p. 95, n° 132.
p.

Lambros, 1891

.)

233,

11°

243.

7036
PI-

82
5.31

JE 19

AAPIANOC KAIC C€B.
aegis
fyL.
:

Bust of Hadrian to

r.,

laureate,

wearing

250

border of dots.

AnAM€ON MAPCVAC KIBHTOI.
;

Marsyas, naked but for hima-

tion across thighs, recumbent to
are five chests (xi^wtsi)
in
1.

1. in rocky cave, above which he holds in raised r. cornucopiae, and

double flute; beneath him, inverted vase from which
:

a

stream

flows

border of dots.
(Dr
Hirscli,

Munich.)

B.M.Cat.,

p. 96,


p.

1

55 (PI. xi, 10).

Mionnet, IV,

233, n° 242.

Caracalla and Plautilla.

7037
PI.

JE 22

AV-K-MA
ANTflN€IN

250

6.28

OV nAAVTIAAA Avrov
and

.Busts, face to face, of

young Caracalla to

r.,

laureate,

of Plautilla, to

1.

:

border of dots.

VjL.

EniArnN ooctoy APT€MArATTAM€IC (in KOINON <|)PVriAC(in
holding wreath in claws
Cf.

field) ex.). Eagle standing to front,
:

head to

v.,

border of dots.
(Merzbacher
sale,

Munich.)

Mionn.

5. VII, p. 235, n° 253.
p.

Babelon, luv. fVadd.,

337, n° 5720.

Appia

On
p.

the north

road from Aemoneia

to

Cotiaeum,

about thirty miles

north of Aemoneia, and the same distance south of Cotiaeum

(H.N.,

667).

495

PHRYGIA
No.

PHRYGIA
No.

PHRYGIA
Metal

No.

Wt.
Size.

DESCRIPTION

7045
PI.

42

;Ei8

.

TOPAIAN

Similar bust.

250

2.72
T$L.

BPOVZ HNHN.
:

Eagle to front, wings open, head to

r.,

stand-

ing on plain line

border of dots.
(Bunbury
B.
sale,.

1896.)

M.

Cat., p. 114, n° 23.
p.

Mionnet, IV,

247, n° 315.

7046

4i

JE 18

Similar.
tyL. Similar.

! •

2.65
(Chaix
sale,;

1889.)

Cadi.

Near

the sources of the

Hermus

at the foot of

Mount Dindymus,

in

the district called Abbaitis in

Phrygia Epictetus (Ji. N., p. 668).

Quasi- Autonomous Coins.

Time of Gordian.

7047
Pi. 250

226
14-64

JE 30

AHMOC. Head
T$L.

of

young Demos
Herakles,

to

r.,

diademed

:

border

of;

dots.

TK'jAAOHNnN.
r.

naked, almost facing, head to
in
1.
;

r.,

holding club in
er of dots.

and apples

lion-skin over

1.

arm

:

.bord,

(J.

Arnopoulo, Athens,; 1899.)
i

Cf. Mionnet, IV, p. 249, n° 322.

...

7048
Pi.

236

M

31

I6POC AHMOC.
€ni

Similar.

250

1529

T"

^

AVPANTinA TPOVriAN<l>IA N KA

ao
H

n
N
:

.

Zeus

Laodikeus,

in long

chiton and himation, standing to 1., holding in border of dots. resting with 1. on sceptre
B.

r.,

eagle,

and

:

(Merzbacher

sale,

1904.)

M.

Cat., p. 117, n° 8 (PI. xiv, 10).
p.

Mionnet, IV,

249, n° 328.

-

498

-

PHRYGIA
No. Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Imperial Coinage.

Claudius.

7049
PI.

70
4 53

JE 19

KAAYAIOI KAI2AP. Head
dots.

of Claudius to

r.,

laureate

:

border of

250

I£. EHI

MEAITHNOI AIKAHniA AOY;
1.,

in field,

*A

A0
.

H

NflN

Zeus

Laodikeus, to

as

on
B.

last

coin

:

border of dots.
(Bunbury
sale,

M.

1896.)

Cat., p.

1

19, n° 16.

Cf. Mionnet, IV, p. 250, n° 333.

7050
Pi.

72

JE 19

Similar

;

KAAVAIOC KAICAP.
;

250

4.66
fy.

KAAOHNG0N€nM€AITG0NOC
B.

in

field

AC * AH
niA

Simj

ar.

(Alischan, Constantinople, 1888.)

M.

Cat., p.

1

19, n° 17.

Domitia.

7051
Pi.

100
"67^8"

JE 20

AOMITIA C€BACTH.
J$L.

Bust of Domitia to

r.

:

border of dots.

250

KAAO HNHN.
:

Cultus-statue of Artemis-Ephesia to front, with

usual supports

border of dots.
(Bunbury
B.
sale,

1896.)

M.

Cat., p. 120, n" 24 (PI. xv, 2).
p.

Mionnet, IV,

231, n° 338.

Julia

Mamaea.

7052

.Hi
10. 10

JE29

IOYAIA MAMAIA
dots.
€TTI

AYI".

Bust of Julia

Mamaea

to

r.

:

border of

fy.

AIAZ

6NOAOXOYA PX KAAOHNHN.
1.,

Hermes,
1.

naked,

standing towards
caduceus.

holding in

r.

purse, and in

chlamys and
sale,

(Chaix
B. M.Cat., p. 123, n° 34.

1883.)

Mionnet, IV,

p. 233,

n« 345.

-199

63

PHRYGIA
No.

PHRYGIA
No.

PHRYGIA
No.

PHRYGIA
No.

PHRYGIA
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Colossae.

On

the

Lycus, about twelve miles above Laodiceia

(H.N.,

p.

670).

Autonomous

Coins.

Second or First Century

B.C.

7070
PL 251

JE 18

Head of Zeus
#-•

to

r.,

laureate.

5.70

£2*,™

Winged

thunderbolt.
(Dr Imhoof,
1

89 1.)

670. Babelon, Inv. Waddington, p. 346, n° 585 5.
1, p.

Head, Hist. Num., 191

Cotiaeum.

On

the

upper Tembris, about thirty miles north of Appia on the north
to

road from Acmoneia

Dorylaeum (H.N.,
(Koutaya.)

p.

670).

Quasi-Autonomous Coins.

Time of Galba and Vespasian.
7071
pi. 251

58

JE 17

KOTIAEIX 2YNKAHT0N. Young male head
laureate, shoulders draped
T$L.
:

of the Senate to

r.,

3-75

border of dots.

[Eni.K-]ZEKOYNAOY. Kybele enthroned to 1., holding in r. 1. on tympanum beneath throne, lion phiale, and resting with
;

seated to

1.

:

border of dots.

(D r
B.

Earinos, Smyrna,
1).

1891.)

M.

Cat., p. 158, n° 2 (PI. xx,

Time of

the Philips

and

later.

AHMOC.
7072
70-5
JE 20
BL. '

Bust of bearded

Demos

to

r.

4-57

A l f .Zeus seated to 1., Lin himation over lower limbs, holding patera in r. and leaning on border of dots. sceptre with 1.

Em

nEPMA<t>IAAPX, and

in ex.,

K0T

l

:

(Edinburgh

sale, 1887.)

504

PHRYGIA
No.
Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Time 7073
PI.

of Gallienus.

114

JE 24

AHMOC. Head

of young

Demos

to r.,

diademed,

neck draped

:

251

7.38

border of dots.

€ni
I£.

AIOr€NOYC AIONVCI OV
APX
(in field)
.

Zeus enthroned to

1.,

hold-

KOTIAEON(in
ing eagle on

ex.).
r.,

outstretched

and resting with

1.

on

sceptre

:

border ot dots.
(N. Theodoridi, 1892.)
B.

M.

Cat., p. 162, n°

20

(PI.

xx,

7).

7074
PI.

126

JE 24

AHMOC KOTIAEON.
I£. Similar
;

Similar type.

252

1T7?

£

in field; ex.

KOT,
jJ

En
(A. Lawson, Smyrna, 1891.)

Cf. Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 542, n° 267.

Imperial Coinage.
Julia

Domna.

7075
PI.

103

JE 24

IOYAIA C6BACTH. Bust of
tyL.

Julia

Domna

to

r.

:

border of dots.

252

TJ7

KOTIA €QN. Athene,
1.,

towards

holding in

r.

helmeted, clad in long chiton, standing phiale, and resting with 1. on spear
:

border of dots.

(Osman Noury Bey,
B.

1905.)

M.

Cat., p. 167,

n<>

46.

Philip Senior.

7076
PI.

208
13-47

JE 29

M IOVAIOC
cuirass

<t>IAim

OCAV.

Bust of Philip Senior to

1.,

laureate, in
1.

2S2

and paludamentum, armed with shield ornamented withGorgoneion.
€TTI

spear pointing

and

IOVA KOAPATOVVIOV

IfTll
.

^6.
car

APX

(in

field)

Kybele

enthroned

on

KOTIAEnN(inex.).
drawn by two
B.

lions to

1.

:

border of dots.
(J.

P. Lambros, 1893.)

M.

Cat., p. 173, n° 75 (PI. xxn, 4).

505

PHRYGIA
No.

PHRYGIA
No.

PHRYGIA
No.

PHRYGIA
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Eucarpeia.
The
chief city in the valley of the

Phrygian Pentapolis (H. N.,

p. 673).

Quasi- Autonomous Coins.

Time ofM. Aurelius.

7087
PI.

4*

JE 16

€VKAPT7€ HN. Bust of Hermes

to
:

r.,

bare-headed, shoulders drap-

252

2.65

ed, with caduceus behind neck
J$L.

border of dots.

€nir.KA 4>AAKKOV. Bucranium, above which crescent, horns upwards, surmounted by two stars connected by vertical line (the
Gemini
?)
:

border of dots.
(A.
B.

O. van Lennep, Smyrna,
n<>

1895.)

M.

Cat., p. 205,

9.

Mionnet, IV, p. 291, n° 550. Babelon, Inv. Wadding ton, p. 353, n° 3984.

7088
Pi.

3i

JE 16

€VKAPn€nN. Head
of dots.
J$L.

of young Herakles in lion-skin to

r.

:

border

252

2.00

CTTir.KA 4>AAKKOV. Telesphoros standing, facing: border of
(Rollin

dots.

&

Mionnet, IV,

Feuardent, Paris p. 290, no 547.

;

ex. Whittall sale, 1884.)

7089
Pi.

133

JE 24

AHMOC€Y

KAPTT€flN. Bust of young Demos to
:

r.,

laureate,

252

8.61

shoulders draped

border of dots.

fy. AITHCAM6NOVnKAMAZMAPK€AAIANOV. Artemis, in long chiton and peplos, standing to front, head to r., with r. drawing

arrow from quiver at her shoulder, and with 1. holding strung bow; on her r. stands a stag looking up, and on her 1. a small
cultus-statue of Kybele (?) to front, wearing kalathos and veil
:

border of dots.
(Magnesia ad Sipylum, 1891.)
B.

M.

Cat., p. 205, n° 11.
p. 290,

Mionnet, IV,

no 545.

509

PHRYGIA
No.

PHRYGIA
No.

PHRYGIA
No. Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

fy.

€VM€ N€flN AXAIHN. Humped
in

bull

walking to

1.,

conducted

by Nike

by head

his
:

1.

long chiton on his r. side, holding him with her 1. horn, and raising with her r. sacrificial knife above his
(W. T. Ready, 1904.)
B.

border of dots.

M.

Cat., p.

219, n° 56 (PI. xxvii,

10).

Hadrianopolis-Sebaste.
In
the

extreme east of Phrygia Paroreios, some

fifteen miles south-east

of PhilomeUum near Doghan Arslan

(H.N.,

p.

674).

Imperial

Septimius Severus.

7097
PI. 253

84 5-44

JE21

AVKAC€nC€VHPO.

Bust of Septimius Severus to r., laureate, wearing cuirass and paludamentum border of dots.
:

¥)L.

AAPIANO- C€BA. Tyche, wearing
r.

kalathos, standing to
in
1.
:

1.,

holding rudder in

and cornucopiae
M.

border of dots.
(Gen Moore
1

sale,

1889.)

Cf. B.

Cat., p. 225, n°

1.

Cf. Imhoof, Motin. Gr., p. 400, n° 105.

Severus Alexander.

7098
PI. 253

163

JE 25

AVK.MAV.C6V.AA6IANAPOC.
r.,

Bust of Severus Alexander to
:

10.56

laureate,

wearing cuirass and paludamentum
€ni

border of dots.

fy.

AAPIANO
1.,
;

AMIANTOV

;

in ex.,

KA

^

€I

River-god reclinr.

ing to

ed vase

holding cornucopiae inr. and resting border of dots. in field to 1., C€P
:

arm on upturn1903.)

(Osman Noury Bey,
Dr Imhoof, Gr. Mun^en,
p.

213, n° 687.

Philip Senior.

7099
Pi.

161

M2$

AVK.MIOVAI-<|>IAinnOC. Bust of Philip Senior
wearing cuirass and paludamentum
:

to r., laureate,

253

10.43

border of dots.

512

PHRYGIA
No

PHRYGIA
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

T$L.

l€PAnO A6ITHN. Zeus Laodikeus, in
1.,
:

standing to

holding on extended

r.,

long chiton and himation, 1. eagle, and resting with
(Bompois
sale, Paris,

on

sceptre

border of dots.
1882.)
B.

M.

Cat., p. 232, n° 28.
p. 296,

Mionnet, IV,

no 578.

7103
PI. 253

83

JE 19

Similar.

5-37
T$L.
r.

I€PATT

standing towards L, holding in raised border of dots. sistrum, and in lowered 1. situla
Isis
:

OA6ITON.

(A. O. van Lennep, Smyrna, 1899.)
B.

M.

Cat., p. 252, n° 29.
p. 296,

Mionnet, IV,

no 579.

7104

82
5-31

JE 19

Similar.
Similar. (Smyrna, 1891
)

1$L.

7105
Pi. 253

183

JE 28

l€PAnOA€l THN. Head of young Dionysos
ivy
I$L.
:

to

r.,

crowned with

11.85

border of dots

.

Rape of Persephone by Hades, with flying chlamys and
r.
:

sceptre,

in quadriga of galloping horses to

border of dots.
(Christodoulo, 1902.)

B.

M.

Cat., p. 233, no 38 (PI. xxix, 12).

7106
Pi.

98

JE 19

[Z€VC]

BHslOC

Head of Zeus Bosios

to

r.,

bound with

taenia

:

253

6.35

border of dots.
J$L.

l€PA!10A€ITnN. Rider-god,
r.
;

in short chiton
1.

and chlamys, on
shoulder
:

horse stepping to
er of dots.

he holds double-axe over

bord-

(Hierapolis, 1891.)

B.

M.

Cat., p. 234, no 42 (PI. xxx, 2).

7107

181

JE26

AAIPBHNOC. Bust
draped
:

of Apollo Lairbenos to

r.,

radiate, shoulders

II.73

border of dots.

5H

PHRYGIA
No.

PHRYGIA
No.
Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Time of Caracalla

?

and
to

later.

7112
PI.

83

JE 19

:€VCT PHIOC. Head of Zeus Troios
border of dots
.

r.,

bound with

taenia

:

253

5-37

l€PAnOA€l ,_

.

v

&
(to r.).

Men
:

standing to

r.,

holding in

r.,

spear,

and

in

1.,

pinecone (?)

border of dots.
(Smyrna, 1891.)

Cf. obv. of B.

M.

Cat., p. 235, n° 47.

Imperial Coinage.

Augustus.

7113
PI.

76-5

JE 19

IEBA2TOI. Head

of Augustus to

r.,

bare

:

border of dots.

255

4.96

^.XAPOniAHI iniTPATOY ICPAnOAITHN. Rider-god on horseback to
r.,

with bipennis over

1.

shoulder

:

border of dots.
-

(D" Imhoof,
Cf. Imhoof, Gr. M., 1890, p. 215, n° 698.

1890.)

Nero Caesar.
7114
PL 253

86

JE 19

NEPHN

[KAI2AP1. Bust of young Nero Caesar to
:

r.,

bare-headed,

5-57

shoulders draped

border of dots.

tyL

XAPHIBnAniAIIEPAnOA

EITflN. Rider-god, in short
etc.
:

chit-

on and chlamys, carrying double-axe overl. shoulder,
er of dots.
(D>-

bord-

Imhoof, 1896.)

B.

M.

Cat., p. 248,11° 122.

Antoninus Pius.
7115
PI-

256

JE29

AV KAI AAPIA ANTHNEINOC. Head
eate
:

of Antoninus Pius to

r.,

laur-

253

76758

border of dots.

^6. I€PA

nOA^ITQN.
1.,

holding lyre in

Apollo Kitharoedos standing towards r., and in lowered r. plectrum border of dots.
:

(A. Lawson, Smyrna, 1891.)
B. M. Cat., p. 2S0, no 134. Babelon, Inv. IVadd., p. 364, n° 6153.

516

-

PHRYGIA
No.

PHRYGIA
No.

PHRYGIA
No.
Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Imperial.

Philip Junior.

7123
PI.

163
10. 56

^29

AV IOVA <J>lAinnOC
wearing cuirass
R6.

KAI. Bust ot Philip Junior to
:

r.,

head bare,

254

and paludamentum

border of dots.

l€PAnOA€ITnN K CAPAIANON

;

in ex.,

N

N
.

*f?*?,T^ OMUNUIA
inscribed,

Two
;

prize-crowns, each with laurel-branch; the
the right,

left

nYOIA

XPVCANTINA

(illegible)

:

border of dots.

Cf. Imhoof, Af. Gi

.,

p.

(L. &L. Hamburger, 1888.) 403, n° 114.

Hierapolis-Smyrna
Otacilia.

.

7124
PI.

"3
7.32

JE 25

MflT C€VHPA.
f£.

Bust of Otacilia to

r.,

draped

:

border ot dots.
in the field,

254

l€PAnOA€ITflN K CMYPNAION N6OK0P, and

ON
OMONOIA
.

Two

prize-wreaths with palm-branch between

them

border of dots.
(A. O. van Lennep, 1892.)
Ct. Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 574, n° 399. Cf. B. M. Cat., Pbrygia, p. 260, n° 174.

Hieropolis.

The old
the

religious centre of the

Glaukos valley of which Eucarpeia was
p.

commercial capital

(H.N.,

676).

Imperial.

Faustina Junior.

7125
PI.

170
II .01

JE 27

4>AVCT€INA C€BACTH. Bust of
dots.

Faustina Junior to

r.

:

border of

254

$L.

Eni

MKA nnAIHN ACIAPXOV l€POnOA€IT ON.
1.,
1.
:

Kybele,
;

enthroned to

holding phiale and resting with beside her, lion to 1. border of dots.
Imhoof, Gr. Mun\en,
Cf. B.
p.

on tympanum

(Macridi Pacha, 1891.) 216, n° 700.

M.

Cat., p. 268, no 15.

519

PHRYGIA
No.

PHRYGIA
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

f&"

^

_~ .i '< Double cornucopiae containing corn and ^ ° KEfl[N](tor.) and bound together by fillet hanging down to 1.
.,
r
/*

fruit,

(A.O. van Lennep,
B.M.Cat., Phrygia,
no 34 (PI. xxxiv, 6). Mionuet, S. VII, p. 579, n° 413.
p. 284,

1891.)

Second half of First Century

B.C.

7129
PI.

254

3

56 .62

j£ 14

Wild boar running

to

1

.

;

beneath, €K.

* •fKEnA Nr

Wolfwr
B.M.Cat.,

-

(F.R. Wiedemann, Smyrna, 1898.)
p.

287, n° 52 (PI. xxxiv, 11).

Quasi-Autonomous Coins.
Time of Augustus.

7130
PI.

42

yE 14

AAOAI [KEQN
fy--

.

Head of Apollo

to

r.,

laureate

:

border of dots.

254

2.72

_

,~~

.

Altar,

round which

a serpent twines;

on the top

of the altar

is

the head-dress of

Isis.

(Smyrna, 1891.)
Cf.

B.M.Cat.,

n° 61 (PI. xxxiv, 15). Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 581, u° 425.
p. 288,

7131
PI.

70
4 53

JE 16

254

AAO[AIKE!flN. Bust of the god Men to r., wearing Phrygian cap bound with laurel-wreath; crescent behind bust border of dots.
:

fyL

go AIOI[KOYPIAHI].
:

Eagle standing to front, head

1.,

wings
1891.)

open

border of dots.

(A.O. van Lennep, Smyrna,
B.M.Cat.,
no 64 (PI. xxxiv, 16). Cf. Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 580, no 421.
p. 288.

7132
PI.

63

^

16

AAOAI K€ON.
fyL.

Similar.

254

4.08

go AINHAI.

Similar to

last

coin

;

eagle stands

on thunder-

bolt (?).

(D r
Cf. B.

Earinos, Smyrna, 1891.)

M.

Cat., p. 289, no 68.

21

PHRYGIA
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

7133
PI.

IOO

JE 19

254

6.48

7134

PHRYGIA
No.

PHRYGIA
No.

PHRYGIA
No.

PHRYGIA
No.

PHRYGIA
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

$L.

AAOAIK€HN CMVPNAIHN

;

in ex.,

OMONOIA;

in field

I.,

H Zeus Laodikeus, in long chiton and himation, holding eagle and resting on sceptre, standing to r., before Nemesis of Smyrna
to

plucking chiton at breast, and holding cubit-rule mark in centre, g border of dots.
I.,
:

;

counter

-

(Sim
Cf.

Sale, 1890.)

B.M.Cat.,

p. 329,

n° 282.

Laodiceia-Pergamum.
M. Aurelius.
7154
PL
25s

370

JE$6

AYKAIMAPlaureate
:

AY ANTHNINOC. Head

of

M. Aurelius

to

r.,

23.97

border of dots.
in
ex.,

$L.

AAOAIK6HN n€PrAMHNHN
r.,

-OMONOIAI.,

Zeus

Laodikeus to

and Asklepios of Pergamum to
:

standing face

to face, with their usual attributes

border of dots.
(Dr Merzbacher, Munich, 1888.)

Cf.

B.

M.

Cat., p. 526, n° 271 (PI. Lin, 2).

Caracalla.

7155
PI.

266
17.22

JE 32

AY K MAVPA NTflN€INOC. Bust
laureate,

of Caracalla to
:

r.,

bearded and

255

wearing cuirass

and paludamentum
in ex., as

border of dots.

I£.

AA0AIK6ON n€PrAMHNflN

OMONOIA.
on
last

Zeus Lao:

dikeus and Asklepios of
dots.

Pergamum,

coin

border of

(Smyrna, 1891.)
B.

M.

Cat., p. 328, n° 279.

Lysias.
This town lay on the great trade-route from

Apameia

north-east to the

Paroreios(H .N.,

p.

680).
Imperial Coinage.

Gordianus Pius.

7156
PI-

72

JE 22

AYTKMANT TOPAIANOC

Bust of Gordianus Pius to
:

r.,

laureate,

25s

4.66

wearing paludamentum and cuirass

border of dots.

)^/

PHRYGIA
No.

PHRYGIA
No. Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Ococleia and Bruzus.
Alliance Coins.

Commodus (A. D.
7159
PI. 255

175-192).

206
13-35

^28

AV KAICAP
dus, to
r.

KOMMOAOC

Laureate head, beardless, of

Commo-

$L.

OKOKAI€HN BP[OYZ]HNflN OMONOIA.
on
r.
.

Zeus standing to

1.,

clad in long himation, holding eagle
1

;

opposite him, Kybele in
r.,

and long sceptre in chiton and peplos with ears of corn

in

and long sceptre
altar.

in 1.; at her feet, lion r.;

between them,
(Wiedemann).

flaming

Publ. by Sir H.W., in Num. Chron., 1892, p. 208, n° 38 (PI. xvi, :8). Cf. B.M. Cat., Phrygia, Introd., p. lxxxv and pi. XL. Num. Chron., 1920, p. 100. Britisli Museum.

Otrus.

One of
p.

the five cities of the

Eucarpitic plain in central Phrvgia

(H .N.,

681).
Imperial Coinage.

Geta Caesar.

7l60
PI.

1

3Q

JE 26

TTO

C€nT T6TACKAI.
AA6ZA NA

Bust of Geta Caesar to
:

r.,

head bare,

in

256

L42

cuirass

and paludamentum

border of dots.

f£for

POCA
N€0

OTPOHNfl
r.

N

Warrior (Otreus

?),

naked but

chlamys, embarking on prow of ship to 1., his r. arm raised, and head turned back, carrying in his 1. a spear border of dots.
:

(A.
Cf.

O. van Lennep, Smyrna, 1891.)

B.M. Cat.,

p, 345, n° 13.

Cf. Mionnet, IV, p. 348, no 877.

7161

136 8.81

JE 25

Similar.

1$L.

Similar.

(D r Imhoof,

1890.)

529

PHRYGIA
No. Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Palaeobeudus or Beudos Vetus.
5^m/i
the north
/o fo*z# fo^w situated

some eight miles north of Synnada, near

end of theSynnadic plain

(H.N.,

p.

682).

Imperial Coinage.

Hadrian

.

7l62
PI.

53

£18

AAPIANOC KAICAP.
cuirass

Bust of Hadrian to
:

r.,

laureate,

wearing

256

3-43

and paludamentum

border of dots.

^6. 11AAAIO

Demeter, veiled, in long chiton and towards 1., holding in r. two ears of corn and peplos, standing poppy, and resting with 1. on long torch border of dots.
:

BEVAHNHN.

Published by Sir

(F.R. Wiedemann, Smyrna, 189).) B.M.Cat., p. 346, no 3 (PI. xl, 8). H. Weber, Num. Chron., 1896, p. 25, n°49 (PI. in, 2).

Peltae.

A

Macedonian colony occupying
p. 682).

the

plain between

Lunda and Eume-

neia(H.N.,

Autonomous Coinage.
After
circ.

B.

C. 133.

7163
PI.

96

JE16

Young male

heroic head to

r.,

in crested helmet, with cheek-piece

256

6.22

lowered, shoulders draped.

*" THNHN

*

Li ° n Seated t0 l
(A.
Cf.

O. van Lennep,

1892.)

B.M.Cat.,

p. 347, n°

1

(PI. xli, i).

Quasi- Autonomous Coins

.

7164
PI.

38

JE 15

Bust of Helios to

r.,

radiate

:

border of dots.

256

2.46
$*•

nEA

TH

within laurel -wreath

:

border of dots.
(A. O. van Lennep, 1892.)

NHN
B.M.Cat.,
p. 348, no 8 (PI. xli, 3).
p.

Mionnet, IV,

348, no 878.

530

PHRYGIA
No. Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Philomelium
(Ak-Sheher.)

.

hi the plain of Phrygia Paroreios, separated from central Phrygia by
the lofty

range of
to

the

Sultan Dagh, was probably a Pergamene outpost

on the high road

Iconium

(H .N.,
After
.

p.
.

682).
1

B C
in

3 3

.

7165
PI.

Il6

/£ 22

Bust, draped, of

Men

to

r.,

Phrygian cap, and with crescent

256

7-51

behind shoulders.

fyL.

.

Zeus enthroned to

1.,

wearing himation over lower
r.,

limbs,
sceptre.

and holding eagle on extended

with

1.

resting

on

(D r
B.M.Cat.,
p.

Earinos, Smyrna, 1891.)

355, n° 2.
p.

Babelon, Inv. Waddington,

380, 1106394.

1 inper ia I

Coinage

.

Julia

Domna.

7166
PI.

90 5.83

JE 21

IOYA

AOMNA

C€B. Bust of

Julia

Domna

to r.: border of dots.

256

^-

€n Y l,^l^? OIA OMHA

-

Tyche, wearing kalathos, standing
:

to

1.,

holding rudder and cornucopiae
B.

border of dots.
(Pezzer,

Smyrna, 1891.)

M.

Cat., p. 355, n° 14.
p.

Mionnet, IV,

351, n° 892.

Severus Alexander.

7167
PI. 256

336

JE 32

AVK.-- C6V AA€ZANAPOC. Head
laureate
:

of Severus Alexander to

r.,

21.77

border of dots.

fy..

0IAOMHA6HN

€ni;

in ex.,

n

^

AC )Y
.

Emperor, with flying
r.:

j

chlamys, and couched spear, on horse galloping to
dots.
(Pezzer,
Cf. B.

border of

Smyrna, 1891.)

M.

Cat., p. 357, n° 22.

).".

67

PHRYGIA

PHRYGIA
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

7171
PI.

128

JE 24

l€PACVN KAHTOC. Young male
ers

bust of the Senate to

1.,

should-

256

8.29

draped

:

border of dots.
to
at
1.,

fyL.

TTPYMN HCC€HN. Kybele enthroned
and peplos, her
r.

turreted, wearing
feet,

veil

extended over lion
:

her

her

1.

rest-

ing against

tympanum
Cf. B.

border of dots.
(N. Dimitriou, 1902.)

Cat., p. 363, no 11 (PI. xlii, 9). Cf. Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 609, n° 550.

M.

7172
Pi.

H3
8.61

JE 24

BOYAH.
dots.

Bust of Boule to

r.,

laureate, shoulders draped

:

border of

256

tyL.

FFPVMN HCC6HN. Dikaiosyne standing to
r.

L, wearing kalathos,

long chiton and peplos, holding in
corn
.

scales,

and

in

1.

two

ears of

(Magnesia, 1891.)

B.M.Cat.,

p.

363, no

1

5

(PI. xlii, 10).

Sebaste.
(Sivasli.)

The most important

city on the road from Etimeneia nortfnvards

to

Acmonia{H .N.,

p.

684).

Quasi-Autonomous Coins.
Nero-Gordian
1

7i73

83

JE 20

5-37

Bust of young Dionysos to border of dots.
1$L.

r.,

crowned with

ivy, shoulders draped

:

Demeter, in long chiton, veil and peplos, towards standing holding in r. two ears of corn and poppy, and resting with 1. on long torch border of dots.
1
. ;
:

CEBACT HNHN.

(Magnesia, 1891.)
B.

M.

Cat., p.

369, n° 2.

Imperial Coinage.

Nero.

7i74
Pi. 256

J05

JE 19

C€BA

CTOC

6.80

and paludamentum

Bust of young Nero to border of dots.
:

r.,

bare-headed, in cuirass

533

PHRYGIA
No.
Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

fy.

C€BACTHNnN IOYAIOC AIONVCIOC.
r.

Zeus enthroned to
sceptre
:

1.,

holding in
dots.

eagle,

and resting with

1.

on

border of

B.

M.

Cat., p. 373, n° 26

(F.R. Wiedemann, Smyrna, 1893.) (PL xliii, 10).

Agrippina Junior.

7175
PL 256

47 3.04

JE 16

C6BA CTHNHN.
of dots.
1$L.

Bust of Agrippina Junior to

r.,

draped

:

border

IOYAIOC AIONYCIOC
1.
:

head turned to

Eagle standing to border of dots.

r.

on thunderbolt,

(Rollin
Cf. B.

&

Feuardent, 1890.)

M.

Cat., p. 369, n°

1 ;

PL

xliii, 3.

Julia

Domna.
Bust of Julia

7176
PL 256

250 JE 29 16.20

IOYAIA

AO MNA C€BACTH.

Domna

tor.: border

of dots.

C€
fy.

5J£™

in ex., €171
r.,

AOYKIAAIOV ANTHNIOV APX.
I.,

Askle-

pios standing to

head

resting

on

serpent-staff; in front of
;

him, Hygieia to

r.

feeding serpent from phiale
:

between them,

Telesphorus standing facing

border of dots.
(Rollin

&

Feuardent, 1884.)

Geta Caesar.

7177
PL 256

98 6.35

JE24.

€TACKA.

Bust of Geta Caesar to

r.,

bare-headed, in cuirass

and paludamentum.
tyL

C€BAC [THN]nN. The god Men,
r.

tion over lower limbs and

shoulders, standing to
in
1.

r.,

Phrygian cap and himaand with crescent behind arm, with one foot on bucranium, holding
in
r.

pine-cone, and resting with
B.

on spear

:

border of dots.

(A. O. van Lennep, Smyrna, 1892.)

M.

Cat., p. 37s, n° 37.

Cf. Mionnet, IV, p. 399, n° 152.

534

PHRYGIA
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Synaiis

.

This town was situated near the sources of the river Macestus, and
close to

Ancyra, in
685").

the district called Abbai'tis in

Western Phrygia (H.

N.,

p.

Quasi-Autonomous Coins.
7I 7 8

JE 19

I6PA
ers

CYN KAHTOC. Young
draped
:

male bust of the Senate to

r.,

should-

5.05

border of dots.

tyL.

Dionysos standing towards 1., naked to waist, himation over lower limbs, holding in r. kan1.

[€ni]AIOT€NO CYNAITH.

tharos, and resting with

on thyrsos

:

border of dots.

(F.R. Wiedemann, Smyrna, 1895.)
B.M.Cat.,
p. 388,

n° 7 (PI. xlv, 6).

Imperial Coinage.

Nero and Agrippina.
7179
PI.

86
5

/E 20

N[€PG0]Ne€OC [ArPinn €INA 9€A. Head
and bust of Agrippina
$L.
to

of

Nero

to

1.,

bare,

256

57

to

r.,

face to face

:

border of dots.

EniMHTPOOANOYC
r.

on

tip-toe,

and gazing

[CYNA6ITG0N]. Apollo, naked, standing at the mark at which he has just shot
1.

an arrow from his

bow
:

held in his

at

arm's length
F.

;

his

r.

is

drawn back

to his ear

border of dots.

(D r
B.M.Cat.,
p.

Imhoof-BIumer,

1

895

.)

389, no 13 (PI. xlv, 8;.

Mionnet, IV, p. 363, n° 957. Imhoof, Monti, gr., p. 413, n° 157.

Synnada
This
in city stood
tion on the

.

a plain and was of considerable importance as a stato the

road from Apameia

north

and

east

(H

.

N., p. 685).

After

B.C. 133.
:

7180
PI.

"9
7-7i

JE 22

Head of Zeus

to

r.,

laureate; behind, sceptre

border of dots.

256

J$L.

^

M

_ IOY

.

Pilei

of the Dioskuri

surmounted bv

stars;

between them, poppy-head and ear of corn side by side. (Osman Nouiy Bey,
B.

1905.)

M.

Cat., p.

393, no

5.

5

35

PHRYGIA
No.

PHRYGIA
Metal

No.

Wt.

Size.

DESCRIPTION'

tyL.

Dikaiosyne wearing kalathos, standing to border of dots. holding scales and cornucopiae
:

CVNNA A€flN.
Cf.

1.,

(Smyrna, 1891.)

B.M.

Cat., PI. xlvi, 9

;

p. 396,

n° 22.

7186
PI.

58

JE 18

257

3-75

Bust of Sarapis to of dots.
tfL.

r.,

wearing modius, shoulders draped

:

border

CYNNA [A€nNljflNnN. Mountain
M.

of conical form and rocky

:

border of dots.

(Osman Noury Bey,
B.

1905.)

Cat., p. 396, n° 26 (PI. xlvi,

ii).

Cf. Inihoof,

Momi.gr.,

p.

413, n° 157.

Imperial Coinage.

Lucius Verus.

7187
PI.

346

^34

AY KAI A
cuirass
fyL.

AVPOVHPOC.
:

Bust of L. Verus tor., laureate, in

257

22.42

and paludamentum

border of dots.
in ex.,

EninPY K

AOriCKATTAAOV;
which
:

CYWAAE

HN

Temple-

front of eight columns, within

statue of Dionysos, naked,

towards

1.,

resting

on thyrsos
B.

border of dots.
(Bunbury
sale,

1896.)

M.

Cat., p. 401, n° 50.
p.

Mionnet, S. VII,

369, n° 992.

Gordian

III.

7188
PI.

138
•94

vE 27

AYT-KM.AN TOPAIANOC
cuirass

Bust of Gordian to

r.,

laureate,

in

257

and paludamentum.
I

I£.

APX.AA€Z.AmN.APXI€P|.B. CYNNA
r.

A€flN. Amaltheia,
r.,

turreted, in

long chiton, standing to front, head

resting with
;

her

on

sceptre,

and carrying on her

1.

arm

infant Zeus

at

her

feet,

goat looking upwards.
(Magnesia 1891.)
403, n° 57. Mionnet, S. IV, p. 624, n° 600.
p.

B.M. Cat.,

53'

PHRYGIA
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Gallienus.
7 l8 9
PI.

235

JE 31

AYTKAITTAIKTAAAHNOC;
r., laureate, in cuirass

in field,

C€B. Bust of Gallienus
:

to

257

15.22

and paludamentum

border of dots.

tyL

J_

N

.

Tall cylindrical modius(?) containing five ears

of corn and flanked by two palms, within a temple-front of columns raised on three steps border of dots.
:

two

(Bunbury
B.

sale,

1896.)

M.

Cat., p. 405, n° 65 (PI. xlvii, 4).

Mionnet, IV, p. 370, n° 998.

Salonina.

7190

118

JE 26

KOPCA AH
I$L.

NIN. Bust of Salonina to

r.

7.64

CVNNA A€HN.
:

Amaltheia, with infant Zeus and goat, as on
(A.O. van Lennep, Smyrna, 1892.)
B.M.Cat.,
p.

n° 7188

border of dots.
405, n°68.

Temenothyrae

Flaviopolis.

(Ushak.)

A station
the sources

on the old Royal Road from
the

Smyrna

to the

East, situated near

of

Hippurius
686).

(?) in the highlands to the north of the great

plain

(H.N.,p.

Quasi-Autonomous Coins.
Time of
7191
pi.

M.

Aurelius.

142

.€23

I€PA
ers

CYN KAHTOC. Young male
draped
:

bust of the Senate to

r.,

should-

257

9.20

border of dots.
standing towards

fy. ETTI
1.,

ATYAn THM€NOOVP€n. The god Men,
r.

in

Phrygian cap, short chiton and cloak, and with crescent
pine-cone and resting with
(Bunbury
Cf. B.
sale,
1.

behind shoulders, holding in border of dots. spear
:

on

1896.)

M.

Cat., PI. xlvii, 7.
p. 148,

Mionnet, IV,

n° 838.

-

538

PHRYGIA
No.

PHRYGIA
No.
Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

ev
fy.

TITIANOC APXI€P€VCTHM€NO
arm

;

in field

1.

^
N
1.

.

Zeus-Sarapis

standing towards border of dots.

1.,

r.

raised,

holding

in

long sceptre

:

(F. R.

Wiedemann, Smyrna, 1893.)

Temenothyrae-Sebaste
Alliance Coin.

.

Valerian and Gallienus.

7196
PI.

257

430 27.86

JE 41

AYKTTOAIOYAA€PIANOC
AYKATTOAIKI

Busts, face to face, of Valerian to

i\,

TAAAIHNOC
radiate,

and of Gallienus to
:

1.,

laureate,

each in cuirass and

paludamentum
tyL.

border of dots.

THM6NO0Y

P

€HN K€C 6BACTHNHN
*

°^°

(in

field).

KA€OBOYAOC ~

Qtv-goddesses of Temenothyrae

and

Sebaste standing face to face, each wearing turreted crown, long

chiton and peplos, supporting on their joined

r.

hands a statue

of the god

Men

1.,

in short chiton, holding pine-cone, in their
1.

and resting
:

on

spear,

and carrying

hands each a sceptre

border

of dots.
(J.P.Lambros, 1889.)
B.

M.

Cat., p. 417, n°

42 (PI. mi,

7).

Themisonium.
Indus and Originally a Seleucid foundation in the valley of the upper
its affluent the

Ca^anes (H.N.,

p.

687).

Quasi-Autonomous Coins.
7197
Pi.

JE 21

AVK-CHZON.
draped
:

Bust, radiate, of Lykabas

Sozon to

r.,

shoulders

257

5.70

border of dots.
River-g° d

^"

e€

KAZCANH nN;

(Kazanes),

recumbent

to

1.,

540

PHRYGIA
No.
Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

wearing himation over lower limbs, holding in border of dots. ing with 1. on inverted vase
:

r.

reed,

and

rest-

(Smyrna, 1891.)
B.

M.

Cat., p. 419, n°

5

(PI.

xnx,

2).

Tiberiopolis
In
the district of

.

Abbaitis between Aexanis

and Ancyra

(H .N.,

p.

687).

Quasi-Autonomous Coins.
Claudius (?)
to

Hadrian.
to r.

7198
PL 2)7

50

JE 18

AHMOC.
fyl.

Youthful head of

Demos

:

border of dots.
to
].,

3.24
in

TIB6PIO T70AIT. Apollo, naked, standing
r.

with branch

hand,

1.

resting

on long

sceptre

:

border of dots.
(L.

&

L.

Hamburger, 1888.)

Cf. Mionnet, IV, p. 372, n° 1005.

7199
PI.

JE 21

AH MOC.
fyL.

Similar.
last coin,
:

257

5.05

TIB€PIO nOA€ITnN. Apollo, as on branch in r. and resting r. on column
Mionnet, IV,
p. 372, n°

holding laurel-

border of dots.
(Bunbury
sale,

1896.)

1005.

7200
PI.

80
5

JE 21

I€PA CVNK[AHTOC]. Young male
shoulders draped
:

bust

of the

Senate

to

r.,

257

ii

border of dots.
(in ex.),

fy. I"€POV

(1.),

BOVA1H]

TIB€[PIOnOA€ITnN]

(around).

Standing figures ofGerousia and Boule, face to face, each in long chiton with peplos; Gerousia veiled, and Boule holding caduceus(?) in raised
B.

r.:

border of dots.
(Macridi Pacha, 1892.)

M.

Cat., p. 421, n° 2 (PI. xlix, 7).

Trajanopolis.

A city of the
N.,
p. 688).

Grimenothyreis, about four miles from Grimenothyrae

(H

'.

54i

PHRYGIA
No.

LYCIA

543

-

LYCIA

LYCIA
Hill,

G.F. B.M.Cat.,Lycia, 1897.
1

Babelon, E, Traite des monnaies grecques et romaines, Paris, Id. Les Perses Achimenides , 1893.
Id. Inventaire de la Collection

901-1925

Wadding ton, 1898.

Six, J. P. Monnaies

lyciennes,

R.N. 1886, 1887.

Also

Num.

Chron., 1898, pp. 199-217.

Fellows, C. Coins of Ancient Lycia, London, 1855.

544

LYCIA
Wt.
Metal
Size.

No.

DESCRIPTION

LYCIA
Series
I.

Circ. B. C. 520-480.

(A). With irregular incuse

reverse.

7205
PI.

M4- 6
9-37

JR. 19

Forepart of boar to
tyL.

r.

;

r.

foreleg visible.

258

Rude

incuse square.

Stater.
p.
1.

B.M.Cat.,
Dressel, Zeit.f.

1

(PI.
1.

1,

1).

Babelon, PI. xxi,

Num., xxn,

p.

243, n° 40.

Jameson

Cat., PI. lxxix, 1572.

(B). IVilh ornamenied incuse reverse.
Incuse square decorated with crossing
lines.

7206
PI.

146

JR. 22

Forepart of boar to

1.,

both legs visible

;

neck dotted

;

truncation

258

9.46

marked with row of dots between
fy..

parallel lines;

on shoulder^.

Rude

incuse square, decorated with four lines which cross in the

centre.

Stater.
(Whittall sale,

1884.)

B.M.Cat.,
Cf.

p. 2,

n° 6 (PI.
1,

1,

5).

Cf. Babelon, PI.

7.

Jameson

Cat., PI. lxxix, 1573.

7207
PI.

_L44_2

JR. 18

Similar
J$L.

;

on shoulder, KV.

258

9-34

Similar, bars forming

two

triangles,

one of which

is filled.

Stater.

(Lord Ashburnham
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 2, no 8 (PI. Cf. Babelon, PI. xxi, 8.
i,

sale,

1895.)

6).

7208
PI.

139-5 JR. 19

Similar; no
T$L.

letter.

258

9.04

Incuse

square with
;

two

lines crossing

sides, projections

chisel-cut.
Cat.,

in centre

;

on three

Stater.

(Sotheby

sale,

29 June 1887.)

B.M.

p. 2

no 10 (PI. 1,8).
12.

Cf. Babelon, PI. xxi,

545

LYCIA

No.

LYCIA

No.

LYCIA

No.

LYCIA

No.

LYCIA
Metal
Size.

No.

Wt.

DESCRIPTION

7228
PI.

152

JK

19

Female head to

258

9.85

(Aphrodite ?), hair fastened by band passing three times round head, and caught up behind ; wears earring
1.

and necklace
B6.

:

truncation of neck dotted.
to
1.
:

Tt

EF tE BE.Tetraskeles

the whole in dotted incuse

square.

Stater.

(J.P.Lambros, 1894.)
B.

M.

Cat., p. 20, n°

90

(PI. v, 9).
17.

Babelon, PI.
Id., Perses

xcvm,

Acbem.,

p. 69,

n° 471 (PL

xm,

11).

Jameson

Cat., PI. lxxix, 1584.

Sppndaza.
of Antiphellus (?)
Circ.

B.C. 470-450.

7229
P1.2S8

153

^.19

Female head

9.91

(Aphrodite ?), hair fastened by band passing three times round head, and caught up behind ; wears earring
to
1.

and necklace.
l^L.

SPITMF.

square.

Tetraskeles to

1.

:

the

whole

in

dotted

incuse

Stater.

(Montagu
Cf. B.

sale,

March, 1896.)

M.

Cat., p. 21, no

96

(PI. v, is).

Bab., PI.

xcvm,

24.

Kharai.

As Dynast of Xanthus.
Circ.

B.C. 450-410.
Athenian helmet, adorned with

7230
PI. 259

129.

1

vRi9

Head of Athene

to

1.,

in crested

"8777

and floral volute. quadriga, olive-leaves
T$L.

VtPTE
:

(tol.).

Head of bearded Satrap

dress

the whole in incuse square.

to

r.,

in Persian head-

Stater.
(J
.

P Lambross,
.

1896.)

G.F.Hill,

Num.

Chron., 1920, p. 113 (PI. xiv, 11).

550

LYCIA
Metal
Size.

No.

Wt.

DESCRIPTION

7231

32-9

iRi3

Head of Athene
J$L.

to

r.

in crested

Athenian helmet; behind,

1<.

PL

2)9

2.13

Head of bearded Satrap to r. in Persian circle of dots the whole in incuse circle.
:

headdress, within

Tetrobol.

(W.T.
Khariga.

Ready, 1885.)

As Dynast of Xanthus.
Cite.

B.C.

4 10.

7232
PI.

148.9

^23

Head of Aphrodite

259

9.64

to r. wearing necklace, hair in small curls over and caught up behind neck; on neck, T-shaped ornaforehead, ment rising from plain necklace dotted truncation.
:

fy.

¥1TPEY

LP] [Fjt

+

ITtl[E]. Tetraskeles to
;

r.,

members of

which divide the legend
1.,
;

within inner ring, owl standing to

head facing before first letter of inscription, symbol resembling the ankh but with double cross-bar and open ring the whole in
:

incuse square.

Stater.
(J.

P. Lambros, 1895.)

B.

M.

Cat., PI. xliv, 9.

Cf. Babclon, PI. xcix, 24 (types in the opposite directions).

G. H.

Hill,

Num.

Cbroti., 1920, p. 112 (PI. xiv, 10). British

Museum.

Artumpari.
Cire.

B.C. 400-390.
crested Athenian

7233
PI. 259

121. 8

^23

Head of Athene

to

1.,

in

helmet

:

border

of

7.89

dots. Chisel cut.

tyL.

3i^1IOT1A

(to r.).

Head of bearded Satrap

to

r.

headdress, within dotted circle, in incuse circle.

in Persian

Stater.

(J. P. Lambros, 1896.)

B.

M. Cat.,

Int.

xxxvi, note;
p.

PI. xliv, 10 (this coin).

Babelon,

287, n° 389 bis (this coin).

Uncertain Dynast.
Circ.

B.C. 400.
:

7234
PI.

9-5

JR. 9

Head of Athene

to

r., in

crested Athenian helmet

circle

of dots.

259

0.62
55'

LYCIA

No.

LYCIA

No.

LYCIA

No.

LYCIA

No.

LYCIA

No.

LYCIA

No.

LYCIA

No.

LYCIA
No.

LYCIA

No.

LYCIA
Metal

No.

Wt.

DESCRIPTION

Size.

7278

LYCIA

No.

LYCIA
No.

LYCIA

No.

LYCIA

No.

LYCIA

No.

LYCIA

No.

PAMPHYLIA

569

PAMPHYLIA

PAMPHYLIA
Hill,,

G.F.B., M.Cat.,
la

Lycia, Pamphylia,

etc.,

1897.

Babelon, Inventaire de

Collection IVaddington, 1898.
et

Babelon, Traite des mown, grecques

romaines, Paris, 1901-1926.

Imhoof,

Kleinasiatische Miin\en, II, 1902.

570

PAMPHYLIA
No.

PAMPHYLIA
No.

PAMPHYLIA
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

7317
PI.

167

A22

Similar

;

between the two westlers FK

;

in

1.

and

r.

field,

£ ?

:

262

10.82

border of dots.
1$L.

E2TFEAIIY2.

Slinger tor.

;

to

r.,

triskeles

;

in

r.

field,

coun:

termark, griffin's

head

square border of dots.
Cf.

;

between
Stater.

slinger's

legs,

punch mark
sale,

(Bompois

Paris,

1882.)

B.M.Cat.,

p.

98, n° 42.

7318
PI.

168
IO.8!

JR. 22

Similar; no letters
1$L.

:

border of dots.

262

E2TFEA-

Similar; no coutermarks.
B.M.Cat.,
p. 96,

Stater.

(Mayer
n° 18 (PI. xx,
1).

sale,

1887.)

7319
PI.

166.8
10.81

A21

Two
tyL.

westlers engaged; between them, TTO
1.).

:

border of dots.

262

EITFEAIIY[2](to
r.
;

Slinger to
to
r.,

ing sling to

in field

within dotted square.

wearing chiton, dischargtriskeles of human legs beneath
r.
;
:

Stater.

(W.S.Lincoln.)
Circ.

B.C. 300-190
figures, f"IO
:

7320
PI. 262

160.2

JK29

Two
tyL.

westlers engaged
(to

;

between the

border of dots.

lo~38

ECTFEAIIYC
r.
;

1.).

Slinger, wearing short chiton, discharg-

ing sling to
r.,

in field to r., above, forepart of prancing horse to
r.
;

and below, Persian helmet, to

er of dots.

behind slinger, Y

:

bord-

Stater.

(W.T. Ready,
Cf.

1891.)

B.M.Cat.,

p.

101, n° 68 (PI. xxi, 13).

BRONZE.

End
/El.

of Fourth Century

B.C.

7321
PI. 262

36

3Li4

Gorgoneion.
T$L.

2.33

Caduceus

;

in field,

on

eitheir side,

2

K(Booker, 1885.)
PI. x,

Cf. Inihoof, Kleinasiatische

Munqtn,
p.

24.

Head, Hist. Num.,

700.

573

PAMPHYLIA
No.

PAMPHYLIA
No.

PAMPHYLIA
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Imperial Coinage.

Hadrian.

7330
PI.

MS
9-39

JE 24

262

KAICAP AAPIANOC- Bust of Hadrian to r., damentum and cuirass border of dots.
:

laureate, wearing palu-

1$L.

ATTA A6HN-

ing figure
front,

Athene standing to of Nike in r. and hasta
:

1.

in tetrastyle temple, hold1.

in

resting on

globe

;

in

owl on cippus

border of dots.
(Pezzer,

Smyrna, 1891.)

Antoninus Pius.
7331
PI.

^7-5

JE19

ANTHN€IN OC
draped
T$L.
:

KAV- Bust of Antoninus Pius to

r.,

laureate

and

262

4-37

border of dots.

ATTAA€HN-

Bust of Athene to
:

r.,

wearing crested Corinth(Smyrna, 1891.)

ian helmet

and aegis
Cf.

border oi dots.
B.M.Cat.,
III,

p. 112, p.

n° 18.

Mionnet,

450, n° 30.

Marcus Aurelius.
7332
PI.

205

yE 24

ANTtyL.

Head of M. Aurelius

to

r.,

laureate.

262

13.28

ATTAA6HN- Athene standing

to

1.

dropping with
1.

r.

hand her
:

vote into a voting urn, and holding in

palm-branch

border

of dots.
(Smyrna, 1891.)

Valerianus Senior.

7333
PI.

355

^35

AV KAI TTOVAI OVAA6PIA NIO
laureate,
fy~.

C- Bust of Valerian Senior to
;

r.,

262

23.00

wearing cuirass and paludamentum

in front

I.

clad

A TTAA6 HN- Artemis, with crescent over her head, and with double chiton, quiver at shoulder, stands to r. between Athene 1. with r. hand extended over naming altar, and winged

-

576

-

PAMPHYLIA
Xo.

PAMPHYLIA
No.

PAMPHYLIA
No.

PAMPHYLIA
No.

PAMPHYLIA
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

chiton
dots.

;

holds in

r.

rudder

;

in

I.

cornucopiae

:

border

of

{O. Noury Bey, 1903.)

B.M.Cat.,

p.

1

}}, n° 76.

Perga and Side.
Alliance Coins.

Gordianus Pius.

73)0
PI. 263

152

JE 35

AVT

KAI

MANT TOPAIA NOC
radiate crown

C€- Bust of Gordianus Pius to

r.\

22.8

and paludamcntum; holding shield adornwearing ed with Gorgoneion, and spear border of dots.
:

fy.

H€PrAI
;

ON CIAHTHN

in ex.,

OMONOIA.

Artemis and Ather.,

ne

between them, flaming

altar.

On

1.,

Artemis to
1.

radiate,

wearing long chiton, quiver
torch and with
r.

at

shoulder, rests

on long lighted
Athene, three-

drops incense on altar.

On

r.,

quarter to

on

altar,

1., wearing helmet, long chiton and aegis, drops incense and in 1. holds spear, at foot of which is her shield
:

border of dots.
:

(CodmiI

l

.

Weber
,

sale,

Munich, 1908.)

B.M.Cat.,

p.

141, no 105 (PI. x.w

6).

Tranquillina.

7351
PI. 265

226

JE 25

CABTPANK

YAA6INAC. Bust of Tranquillina
:

to

r.,

wearing

ste-

7~Pm

phane and draped
$L. I1E (above)

border of dots.
(r.)

PrAIHN

CIAHTON

(1.); in ex.,

OMONOIA.

Athene and Artemis; between them, above, pomegranate, below, on 1., lighted altar; Artemis on r., radiate, holding long torch
;

Athene

r.,

helmeted, holding spear

:

border of dots.
(O. Noury Bey, 1903.)

7352
PI.

179

JE 27

Similar.

263

11.60
fyL.

Similar.
(N. Dimitriou, 1902.)

Mionnet,

III,

p.

485, n" 216.

581

-

PAMPHYLIA
No. Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Side.

{Eski-Adalia.}

A

few

miles west of the

mouth of

the

Melas (if. AT.,

p. 703).

Fifth Century

B.C.

7353
PI.

169 -3

^.20

Pomegranate
fyi.

:

dotted guilloche border.
r.,

264

10.96

Archaic head of Athene to

in plain
;

Corinthian helmet,
:

wearing round earring and necklace
incuse square.

eye facing

within deep

Persic Stater.

(J.P.Lambros, 1883.)
Cf. Babelon, PI. xxiv, 4.

G.F.Hill,

Num.

Cbron., 1920, p. 113 (PI. xiv, 12). British

Museum.

Circ.

B. C. 400-300.

7354
Pi. 264

161 .7

^25

Athene standing
chiton
visible
;

to

1., r.

10.48

holds on

wearing crested helmet, aegis, and long owl ; 1. rests on shield, interior of which is

;

in field to

1.,

pomegranate; tor., spear

:

border of dots.

fy..

.

I^VflH.

Apollo, with short hair, standing tol., nude but
1.

for

chlamys over shoulders and
;

arm holds in
;

in front of him, altar

behind, raven to

1.

r.,

laurel-branch

;

Persic Stater.

(D<- F.

Imhoof-Blumer, 1888.)

Ct.B.M.Cat.,

PI. xxvi, 5.
5.

Cf. Mionnet, 5. VII, PI. in, Cf. Babelon, PI. CXL1I, 17.

7355
Pi
.

r

54

^22

Athene standing

264

9.98

wearing crested helmet and longchiton with apoptygma; holds in extended r. Nike flying to r. with wreath; 1. rests on shield adorned with Gorgoneion against which leans
to
1.,

her spear

;

in field

1.,

pomegranate

;

to

r.

H

:

border of dots.

Chisel-cut.
fy-.

IH-.-^pYIVir Apollo, with long hair, standing to 1., naked but for chlamys over his shoulders ; with r. he pours libation from patera on lighted altar; with 1. he holds laurel-branch;
.

behind him, raven.

— Persic

Stater.
(Macridi Pacha, 1896.) no 15 (PI. xxvi, 7).

Cf.B.M.Cat.,

p. 145,

582

PAMPHYLIA
No.
Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION-

7356
PI.

165

iR22

Similar; in
tyL.
• •

field to r.,

tk.

264

10.69

.HflHT

.

Similar;

no raven.

Chisel-cut.

— Persic

Stater.

(Macridi Pacha, 1893.)

Cf.B.M.Cat.,p.
Mionnet,

146, n° 16 (PI. xxvi, 8).

III, p.

472, n° 145.

Babelon,

PI. cxliii, 3.

7357
PI.

264

1*4-5 JR. 22 IO.66

Similar; in
fy.

field to r.,

*70?.

IHTZSYflHr

.

Similar.

— Persic

Stater.

(Bompois

sale, Paris,

1882.)

B.M.Cat.p.

146, n» 18 (PI. xxvi, 10).

Babelon, PI. cxliii, 2.

Circ. B. C. 190-36.

7358
PI.

264

250 16.20

/R28

Head of Athene
J$L.

to

r.,

in crested

Corinthian helmet.

Nike advancing waist and 1. arm ;

to
r.

1.

;

wears long chiton and peplos round

hand holds wreath;

nate; magistrate's initials,

AH

M.

— Attic Tetradrachm.

in field tol.,

pomegra-

(A.O.van Lennep, Smyrna,
B.M.Cat.,
p. 147, n° 30.

1892.)

7359
PI.

264

2)0 l6.20

iR28

Similar.

1$L.

Similar; magistrate's name,

KAE YX.
p
.

— Attic Tetradrachm.

B

.

M

.

Cat

.

,

148, n° 40.

7360
PI.

62.6
4.06

iR

18

Head of Athene
l$L.

to

r.,

in crested Corinthian helmet.

264

Nike advancing to 1., as on two preceding coins Attic Drachm. to 1. ; no magistrate's name.

;

pomegranate

(A. Lawson, Smyrna, 1891.)

BRONZE.

Third Century B.C.

7361
Pi.

JE16
3-75

Head of Athene

to

r.,

in crested

Corinthian helmet.

264

-

583

PAMPHYLIA
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

fyL.

Pomegranate.
(Macridi Pacha, 1893.)

B.M.Cat.,

p.

150, n° 59 (PI.
p. 64,

xxvm,

4).

Mionnet, S. VII,

n° 180.

7362
PI.

22.5
I

JE 11

Similar.

264

.46
1§L.

Similar

:

border of dots

(A.O.van Lennep, Smyrna,

1891.)

Imperial Coinage.

Nero.

7363
PL 264

7^

JE 18

N€PCON KAICAP
tyL.

(indistinct). Bust of

Nero

to r., laureate.

4.66

CIA HT. Athene
r.

holds in

to 1., wearing crested helmet and chiton and pomegranate; on 1. shoulder, shield; in spear
;

front of her, below, snake to

1.

:

border of dots.
(Macridi Pacha, 1893.)

Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 152, n° 74 (PI.

xxvm,

9).

Trajan.

7364
PI.

138

JE 25

KAICAP N6POV AC TPAIANOC. Head of Trajan
border of dots.
J$L.

to

r.,

laureate

:

264

8.94

CIAHTGON
:

(r.).

Apollo

standing to front, head
r.

short chiton, holding in extended

1., wearing and resting 1. pomegranate

on spear border of dots

.

(Macridi Pacha, 1896.)

nan. Hadri
73 6 5
Pi. 264

JE 19

[AVKAICAP] AAPIANOC. Head of Hadrian
T$L.

to

r.,

laureate.

4.08

[CI]AH TOON. Athene, helmeted, advancing to
r.

1.,

holding in

extended

pomegranate,

in

1.

shield

:

border of dots.
1892.)

(A.O.van Lennep, Smyrna,
Babelon, Inv. Waddington, p. 189, n° 3452.

~

)84

-

PAMPHYLIA
No.
Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Antoninus Pius.
7366
PI.

47

JE 18

.

.ANTON€l.
dots.

.

.

Bust of Antoninus Pius to

r.,

laureate

:

border of

264

3.04

$L.

CIAHTON
:

(across the field).

holding pomegranate in r. snake to 1. border of dots.

Athene standing to and shield on left arm
(Alex.

1.,
;

helmeted,
her,

beside

Gram

sale,

1890.)

Babelon, Inv. IVatUiugtoii,

p.

189,11° J45$.

Gordianus Pius.
7367
PI. 264

133

JE 23

AYT

K

MANT TOPAIANOC.

Bust of Gordianus Pius to
:

r.,

laur-

8.61

eate,

wearing cuirass and paludamentum
to
1.,
:

border of dots.
1.

1}<L
r.

CIA HTON. Athene

helmeted, holding in
border of dots.

palm, with

dropping pebble into urn
Cf.
11.

(1> Imhoof, 1898.)

M. Cat.,

p. 156. n° 93.

Hostilianus.

7368
Pi. 264

"5
7-45

JE 25

KAICAP TOVAA OCTIA M€CC KV INTOC. Head
to
r.,

of

Hostilianus
:

bare, and draped

;

in front,

B

in

countermark

border of

dots.
fyL

ClAHTHN.

Prize-crown with two palm-twigs, on agonistic table,

between

legs of

which,

^^^ POC

:

border of dots
(Smyrna, 1891.)

Sillyum.
Betiveen the Cestrus

and Eurymedon.

BRONZE.
Imperial Times.

7369
PI.

Head of Apollo
1.

to

r.,

laureate.

264

16
fy~.

IEAV

HIY*. Thunderbolt.
(Dr Imhoof, 1897.)
Imhoof, M. Gr.,
p.

335, n° 63.
3.

Z.f. Num., IV,

p.

297, PI. VHI,

585

-

PAMPHYLIA
No.

PISIDIA

587

74

PISIDIA

PISIDIA
Hill,

G.F., B.M.Cat., Lycia, Pamphylia and Pisidia, 1897. Babelon, Inventaire de la Collection Wdddington, 1898.
1

Babelon, Traite , 1901-1926.
Iinhoof, Kleinasiatische Miin^en,
II,

1902.

588

PISIDIA

No.

PISIDIA

No.

PISIDIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

7377
PI. 26s

378

JE 34

Similar.

24.49

tyL.

COLONIA CAESARIA ANTIOCHIA ANTIOCH border of dots. SR COLONIA
:

(around)

;

in

centre,

(Macridi Pacha, 1893.)

B.M.Cat.,
Mionoet,

p. 19s,

III,

n° 107. 501, n° 57. p.

7378
PI.

4i7 27.05

JE 34

Similar legend; head of Gordian

III to r., laureate

:

border of dots.

26s

j^
on
r.

COL CAES ANTIOCH
SR
pedestals, inscribed

Gordian

m

and Antiochia standing

S and

R, facing

one another; Gordian to

holds in

1.

statue of the

of Antiochia,
altar
:

who

Genius of theCity, and grasps r. hand stands to 1. and holds sceptre; between them,
(Smyrna, 1891
.)

border of dots.
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 189,
Cf. Mionnet,
III, p.
n<>

76.

501, n° 60.

Apollonia-Mordiaeum.
(Olttburlu.)

Near Apameia

Cibotus, on the Hippoplwras

(H.N.,

p. 706).

Imperial Coinage.

Marcus Aurelius.

7379
Pi.

380

JE 34

[AV]KAI

MAVP ANTHN6INO. Head

of

M. Aurelius

to r., laureate:

26s

24.62

border of dots.
fyL-

AnOAAHNIATnN AYKIHN.

Zeus seated to
r.

1.,

wearing himain
1.
:

tion over lower limbs, holding patera in

and sceptre

border of dots.
(El. Aslonoglou, Smyrna, 1893.) Babelon, Inventaire Wadding ton, p. 199, n° 3625.

Gallienus.

7380
PI. 265

300
19.44

JE 36

AVTK

TAAAIhNO.

Bust of Gallienus to

r.,

laureate,

wearing

paludamentum and cuirass: border of dots.

591

PISIDIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

f£.

ATTOAAflN IATHN
1.,

recumbent to
in
r.

in ex., 0PAKO. River-god (Hippophoras) j himation over lower limbs and 1. arm ; holding
1.

cornucopiae ; resting elbow on overturned vase from which water flows border of dots.
reed,

and in

:

(W.H.Waddington, 1893.)
B.M.Cat.,
p. 203, n° 7.

Babelou, Inv. Waddington, p. 199, n° 3629 (PI.

vm,

6).

Baris.
(Isbarta.)

On

the Cestrus.

Quasi-autonomous and Imperial.

7381
PI.

50

iEi5

Female head to
J$L.

1.,

wearing kalathos (Tyche).
figure
in
1.,

265

3.24

BAPHNflN. Naked male
1.,

to front, head to

grapes (?)

:

holding border of dots.

(Dionysos ?) standing almost thyrsos, and in r., bunch of
(O.Noury Bey,
1902.)

Cf. Babelon, Inv. Waddington, p.

199, n° 3638.

Imperial Coinage.

7382
PI.

*73
II .21

JE 27

AYT

KAI TPAI

AAPIANOC.

Bust of Hadrian to
:

r.,

laureate, wear-

265

ing cuirass and paludamentum
tyL.

border of dots.
1.,

BAPHNflN. Zeus enthroned
1.

to

laureate,

over lower limbs and
rests

shoulder; holds thunderbolt in
border ol dots.
(El.

wearing himation r. and

with

1.

on sceptre
B.M.Cat.,

:

p. 207,

1

(PI.

Aslonoglou, Smyrna, 1893.) xxxiv, 1).

Trebonianus Gallus.
7383
PI.

114

M 24

AVT TOV€IB TPB TAAAOC CB.
laureate, and draped
J$L.
:

Bust of Trebonianus Gallus to
.

r.,

265

7.38

border of dots
to
1.,

BA PH NHN. Men standing

wearing Phrygian cap, cres-

592

PISIDIA

No.

PISIDIA

No.

PISIDIA

No.

PISIDIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

}$L.

I

UN.

Crested helmet with cheek-pieces

;

in field to

r.,

f\

(Smyrna, 1891.)
Cf. Babelon, Inv. Waddington, p. 205, n° 3737.

7397
PI. 266

41

JE 14

Similar.

2.65
T$L.

12 IN. Similar type

;

in field to

r.,

A.
(Gian Louisides, 1891.)

7398

22.5
1

JE 12

Similar.

.46
tyL.

12 IN. Ear of corn with two leaves.
(Smyrna, 1891.)

B.M.Cat.,

p. 223,

n° 2 (PI. xxxvi, 2).

7399
Pi. 266

5i

JE 15

Similar.
tyL. 121

3.30

N within wreath.
(F.R.Wiedemann, Smyrna, 1893.)
B.M.Cat.,
p. 223, n° 4.

Imperial Times.

7400
Pi.

93

JE 19

Head of Zeus
fyL.

to r., laureate

:

border of dots.
r.
;

266

6.02

ICINA6HN. Helmeted
r.
:

below, snake to

warrior, charging to border of dots.

horse galloping;
sale,

(Bompois
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 224, n° 10 (PI. xxxvi, Cf. Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 40, n° 66.
5).

1882.)

7401
PI.

62

JE 18

Similar.

266

4.01
fyL.

I2IN. Similar type; in field above,
Cf .B.M.Cat.,

I

(or club).
(Smyrna, 1891.)

p. 223, n° 6.

7402
PI.

66.5

JE 18

Similar.

266

4.31
tyL.

Similar

;

symbol, club.
(Smyrna, 1891.)

7403

80

JE 19

Similar.

^L. Similar; to

1.

of horseman, A.
(Smyrna, 1891.)

596

PISIDIA

No.

PISIDIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

J$L.

HPOCTAN N€HN.
r.

Sarapis standing, facing, head to

1.,

wearing

kalathos; his

raised,

and holding sceptre inl.
(D r
Mun^en,
II, p.

:

border of dots.

Earinos, Smyrna, 1891.)
391, n° 9.

Cf. for type, Imhoof, Kl. Asiat.

Sagalassus.
(Aghlasau.)

At
began

the sources of the Cestrus.
to coin

Claimed a Lacedaemonian

origin. It in

Attic silver about the time of
it

whose kingdom

Amyntas (B. C. 39~2j), was included (H.N., 710).
First Century

B.C.

7407
PI.

123-5 IE 20

Head of Zeus

to

r.,

laureate

:

border of dots.

266

8.00
fy~-

VpTVn
r.

W'

^

e advancing to

1.,

holding wreath

in

extend-

ed

Attic

Didrachm.
(W.T. Ready,
1901.)
p.

Babelon, hiv. Waddington,

210, n° 3810.

7408
PI.

266

43-5 2.82

iE 17

Bust of Athene to
border of dots.
J$L.

r.,

in

crested

Athenian helmet, and draped

:

CArAAA. Bust

of M£n to

r.,

wearing Phrygian cap bound with
:

wreath, chlamys, and crescent
Imhoof, Kl. Asiat. Mun^en,

border of dots.

(A.O.van Lennep,
II, p.

1891.)

392, n°5 (PI. xiv, 10).

Imperial Times.
First Century

B. C.

7409
PI.

305
1.98

M

12

Bust of Hermes to
shoulder.
tyL.

r.,

with petasos, chlamys, and caduceus

at

266

CA. Eagle standing

to

r.,

wings closed.
(J.P. Lambros, 1884.)

-

598

-

PISIDIA

No.

PISIDIA

No.

PISIDIA

No.

PISIDIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

7423
PI. 267

10.3

JR. 9

Lion's head to

1.

O.67

f£. Similar.

— Obol.
Imhoof, Num. Chron., 1895,
(1897.)
p.

286, n° 2.

Circ. B. C.

350-333 and

later.

7424
PL 267

155-4
10.07

^25

Two
VjL.

wrestlers engaged
(to
1.).

;

between them, AA

:

border of dots.

S€AT€nN
r.,

Slinger,

in field to

er of dots.

triskeles

wearing short chiton, slinging to r. ; of human legs, and club, downwards bord:

Stater.
(Whittall sale, 1884; lot 1247.)
p. 401.

Cf. Imhoof, Kleinasiatische

Mun^en,

7425 PL 267

13-3

Aio

Gorgoneion.
1$L.

0.86

Head of Athene

to

r.,

in crested

Athenian helmet.

— Obol.

(Whittall sale, 1884.)

7426
PI. 267

14

iR

10

Similar.

0.90
fyL.

Similar; behind head, astragalos.

— Obol.
(Boyne
1.

sale,

Cf.B.M.Cat., PL xl,
Cf. Babelon,

1896.)

PL cxliv,

7.

7427
PL 267

10

J&io

Similar.

0.64

tyL Similar

;

behind head, spear-head.
B.M.Cat.,
p.

— Obol.
(H. Hoffmann, 1884.)
3).

259, n° 28 (PL xl,
p.

Imhoof, Monn. grecques,

239.

7428
PL 267

15-4 1. 00

^Lio

Gorgoneion, with long flowing
T$L.

hair.

Head of Athene

astragalos.

— Obol.

to

r.,

in crested

Athenian helmet
(Sotheby
sale,

;

behind,

March 1888.)

7429
PL 267

7-4 0.48

^7

Gorgoneion.
T$L.

Lion's head to
(?)

r.,

tongue protruded

;

below, astragalos.

Hemiobol

B.M.Cat.,

(N. Dimitriou, 1898.) n° 14 (PL xxxix, 9). Babelon, PL cxliv, 8.
p. 257,

602

PISIDIA

No.

PISIDIA

No,

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

tyL.

ZEArEHN.

Artemis,
;

carrying long torch

wearing short chiton, running to r., in field to r., A border of dots. Persic
I :

Hemistater.
(Macridi Pacha, 1895.)

B.M.Cat., p. 260, n° 35 (PI. xl, 5). Imhoof, Munn. Gr., p. 341, n° 95.

7436
PI. 267

28.2
I.83

JR. 14

Similar.

fy*.

IEAr€fl[N]. Similar.

— Persic Diobol.
(Dimitriou, 1892.)
p. 341,

Imhoof, Monti. Gr.,

no 96.

Second and First Centuries B. C.

7437
PI.

19

JR

11

Head of Artemis
border of dots.
I$L.

to r., laureate,

with

bow and

quiver at shoulder

:

267

1.23

Forepart of of stag kneeling to

dots.

r.

and looking back

:

border of

Attic Diobol.
(Dr Imhoof, 1896.)
Imhoof, Monn. Gr.,
p.

341, n° 100 (PI.
p.

ill,

105).

Imhoof, Kleinasiat. Mun^en,

402, n° 7 (PI. xv, 2).

7438
PI.

26

JR. 12

267

1.68

Head of Herakles, facing, towards skin fastened round neck.
J$L.

r.,

wreathed with

sty rax

;

lion-

2E

A. Forepart of stag to

r.,

head turned back

;

in field

to

r.,

spearhead,
(Smyrna,
Cf. B.M.Cat.,
p.
1

891.)

261, n os 38-44.

7439

42

vE 14

Similar
T$L.

;

club to

1.

2.72

Similar; no symbol.
(Macridi Pacha, 1892.)

B.M.Cat.,
Mionnet,
III, p.

PI. xl, 7.

324, n° 282.

7440

35

^E 13

Similar; club held in
T$L.

r.

and appearing over

1.

shoulder

2.26
Similar.
(Smyrna, 1891.)
261, n° 40.

B.M.Cat.,

p.

604

PISIDIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION'

744 1

42

JE 13

Similar.
j

2.72
1$L.

Similar.

(Smyrna,

1

89

1

.)

7442
PI.

JE 14

Head of bearded Herakles
J$L.

to

r.,

club over shoulder

:

border of dots.

267

1.94

Winged thunderbolt and bow.
(H. Hoffmann, 1884.)

7443
PI. 267

^4

JE 12

Similar
fy.

;

in front, C.

i-5)

C€Af€nN. Winged

thunderbolt.
(BompoLs
sale,

1882.)

7444
Pi.

49

JE 13

'

Similar; no
tyL.

letters.

267

317

C

E. Similar type

;

two dots on

either side of thunderbolt

;

to

r.,

bow.
(Smyrna,
1

891.)

Cf.B.M.Cat.,
Cf. Miounet,

p.

III,

261, n°4>. p. 324, n° 183.

7445

S3

JE 13

Similar.

3.56

I£. *E. Similar.
(H. Hoffmann, 1884.)

Cf.B.M.Cat.,

p. 262, n° 47.

744 6
PI.

38

JE 12

Similar.
fyL Similar
;

267

2.46

no

dots.

(Bompois

sale,

1882.)

7447
1

22
.42

JE 12

Similar.

tyL.

C€. Similar type

;

on opposite

site to

legend, star.
(Smyrna, 1891.)

7448
PI.

JE 12

Circle of dots (representing circular shield), in centre of which,
tyL.

rol-

267

0.97
Triskeles of

human

legs to

1.

:

border of dots.
(Smyrna, 1891.)
263, n°> 57-58.

Cf.B.M.Cat.,

p.

605

PISIDIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

7449

PISIDIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION'

Philip Senior.

7454
PI.

63

JE 17

>V
fyL

KAICjAP IOVA [4>IAinnOC C€B

.

Head

ot Philip Senior to

r.,

267

4.08

laureate.

C€AT €HN. Hygieia

standing, feeding serpent
III, p.

:

border of dots.
(Smyrna, 1891
.)

Cf. Mionnet,

$25, n° 192.

Termessus Major.
(Gullik Dagb.)

A

strong city on Mt. Solymus. Its autonomy was
by the

recognised
p. 712).

abou

B.C. 71

Lex AntoniaUe Termesibus (H.N.,

Fir\ Cent. B.C.
7455
Pi.

42-5
2.75

JE 14

Head of Zeus

to

r.

laureate.

268

*•

TE

«UN (below}

Hum l* d

bul1 butti »S t0
1!,

'•

Cf. Imhoof, A7. Asiat. St..

p.

409, n°

1.

7456
PI. 268

52

JE 14

Similar.

3-37
tyL.

T€P

(below).

Same type;

above,

star.

(Babington
Cf. Imhoof, op.
cit., II, p.

sale,

1891.)

409, n°

1.

Circ.

B.C. 71-36.

7457

60

JE 18

Similar.

fyL.

TEP. Free horse galloping

to

1.

;

above, date

:

A

:

border of

dots.

(Apamea, 1891.)
B.M.Cat.,
Mionnet,
p.

268, n°

3.

III, p.

526, n° 194.

7458
PI. 268

73-5

JE 17

Similar.

4.76
fyL.

Similar

;

date

:

B.
(Whittall sale, 1884.)

B.M.Cat.,
Babelon,
Itiv.

p. 268,

5.

Wa&dinglon, PI.

ix, 15.

607

PISIDIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

7459 PL 268

43

JE 18

Similar.

2.78
T$L.

Similar; date

:

A.
(Dr Babington
sale,

1891.)

7460
PI.

66

JE 20

Similar.

268

4.27
1$L.

Similar; date, KH.
(Apamea, 1891.)

7461
PI.

76

JE 21

Head of Zeus
fyL.

to

r.,

laureate.
in
field

268

4.92

TEPMH.

Forepart of bridled horse galloping to
:

1.

;

to

r.,

countermark

bull's

head facing; date, K0(?).
(Smyrna, 1891.)

Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 270, n° 21.

7462
PI.

62

JE 17

Similar.

268

4.01
tyL.

TEP. Similar

;

behind horse, thunderbolt
B.M.Cat.,
p.

;

above date, KO.
(Smyrna, 1891.)

270, n° 21.

7463

JE 17

Similar.

5.70
J$L.

Similar

;

date, AA.

(Smyrna, 1891.)

B.M.Cat.,

p.

270, n° 22.

7464
Pi.

35

JE 14

Head of bearded Herakles
er of dots.

to

r.,

bare

;

club over shoulder

:

bord-

268

2.26

Y$L.

TEP MH. Nike standing

to

1.,

holding wreath and palm
(Bompois

:

bord-

er of dots.
sale,

1882.)

Babelon, lnventaire Wadd., p. 220, n° 3997.

Imperial Times.

Time
7465
Pi. 268

of the Antonines to Gallienus.

73-

JE 17

TEPMH.
J$L.

Free horse galloping to

1. ;

above, A

:

border of dots.

4-73

TON M6IZONHN.
1.,

Apollo, naked, standing, facing, head turnaltar,

ed to

r.

arm towards

holding in

1.

a lyre.

(Apamea, 1891.)

608

PISIDIA

No.

PISIDIA

No.

PISIDIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

7476
PI.

49

JE 21

Head of Apollo to

r.,

laureate

:

border of dots.

268

3-17
fy.

T *™" 2 TEPMH

lEHN

Lyre (kithara)

:

border of dots.
(Whittall sale, 1884.)

Cf.B.M.Cat.,

p.

276, n°

s.

7477
Fl.

IOO

JE 21

Head of Zeus
*£•

to

r.,

laureate

;

behind, sceptre
:

:

border of dots.

268

"6^8"

T epmh: I
tco!1 ZEON

Win ge J

thunderbolt

border of dots
(Apamea, 1891.)
n° 11.

Cf.B.M.Cat.,

p. 277,

7478
Pi.

66

JE 18

Similar.

268

4.27
}$L.

Similar.
(G. Louisides, 1897.)

'479

60

JE 18

Similar. Similar.

3.88
tyL.

(Bompois
Cf.B.M.Cat.,
p.

sale, Paris,

1882.)

277, n° 10.

Imperial Coinage.

Tiberius.

7480
Pi.

52
3

JE 18

Head
l$L.

ot Tiberius to r., laureate.

268

37

TEP. Free horse galloping
B.M.Cat.,
p.

to

1.

;

below, 01.
r

(D Babington 277, n° is (PI. xlii, 6).

sale,

1891.)

7481
Pl.

106

JE 18

Similar.

268

"Of
fyL.

Similar

;

type to

r.

(Dr Babington

sale,

1891.)

Timbriada.

Near

the source

of the Eurymedon

(H.N.,

p.

712).

Imperial Coinage.

Hadrian.

7482
PI.

62

JE 19

AVTP AAPIANOC.

Bust of Hadrian to
:

r.,

laureate,

wearing cuirass

269

4.01

and paludamentum

border of dots.

611
77

PISIDIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

T$L.

TIMBPIA A6HN. Kybele
r.

seated to

1.

on throne
;

;

holds in

extended
1.
:

patera,

and

in

1.

cornucopiae

beside her,

two

lions

border of dots.
(W. H. Waddington,
B.M.Cat.,
p. 278, n°
1

1893.)

(PL

xlii, 7).

Babelon, Inv. Waddington, p. 221, n° 4022.

Geta.

7483
PL 269

37

JE 14

ACT€T ACtyL.

Bare head of Geta to

r.

:

border of dots.
1.,

2.39

TIMBPIAA6HN.
resting on urn

arm

River-god Eurymedon reclining to border of dots.
:

his

1.

(E. Aslanoglou,

Smyrna, 1891.)

Babelon, Inv. Waddington,

p.

222, n° 4026.

Tityassus.

Imperial Coinage.

Hadrian.

7484
PL 269

92

JE 25

AVKA TPAI AAPIANOC. Head
of dots.
tyL.

of Hadrian to

I.,

laureate

:

border

6.96

TITYAC C€HN.
:

Herakles to

r.

strangling

Nemean

lion

;

to

1.,

club

border of dots.
(Smyrna, 189
1.)

Antoninus Pius.
61

7485 PL 269

JE 18

AV KAI ANTHN6INOC. Head
border of dots.
J$L.

of Antoninus Pius to

r.,

laureate

:

3-95

TITYAC C€flN.
1.,

enthroned to

Zeus, wearing himation over lower limbs, holding patera in extended r. and resting 1. on
(F.R. Wiedemann, Smyrna, 1893.)

sceptre: border of dots.

B.M.Cat.,

p. 279,

3.

612

LYCAONIA

-

613

-

LYCAONIA

LYCAONIA
Babelon, Invent aire de
Brit.

Mus., Cat. of Greek Coins, Lycaonia, lsauria and

Waddington (1898), pp. 270-5. Cilicia, by G. F. Hill (1900). Imhoof-Blumer, Kleinasiatische Mun^en, ii (1902), pp. 415-421. Ramsay in Jahreshefte des Oesterreich. Inst., VII (1904).

la collection

614

LYCAONIA
No.

LYCAONIA
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

on throne, beneath which, wheel
in
1.

;

holds in

r.

steering-oar,

and

cornucopiae.

B.M.

(Magnesia, 1891.)
Cat., p. 5, n° 9.

Gallienus.

7489
PI.

58

JE 19

IMP T P LIC GALLICNVr
radiate
:

(sic)

PFA.

Head

of

Gallienus

to

r.,

269

3-75

border of dots.
1.

fyL

COL

shoulder,

ICONIEI. Bearded Satyr to 1., holding winebag on r. hand extended border of dots.
:

(Smyrna, 1891.)

7490
Pi.

85

JE 23

Similar.

269

5.50
p. ^"
r.

ICONI

SR

Tin field

€NCOLO " erakles rr
.
, '

>

j

t u J n ude, standing to front, head
:

J.J.
1,

1

1.

;

resting

on

club, in

1.

lion-skin

border of dots.
(Spink, 1899.)

B.M. Cat.,

p. 6, no 13 (PI.
III, p.

n).

Mionnet,

536, no 17.

Parlais.
First Century

B.C.

7491
PI.

545
3-53

JE 16

Head of Zeus
fy.

to

r.,

laureate.

269

nAPAAITE[nN A]lOMH[OY].

Panther to

r.

;

above, caps of

the Dioskuri.
(Dr Imhoof, Sept. 1896.)
Imhoof, Kleinasiat. Mun{en,
II, p.

420, no

1

(PI. xvi, 5).

614B

CILICIA

615

CILICIA

CILICIA
B.M.Cat., Lycaonia, Isauria and Cilkia, 1900. Imhoof-Blumer, Kleinasiatische Miin^en, II, 1902.
Hill,

G. F.

Babelon, Traite des Monnaies grecques

et

romaines, Paris, 1901-1926.

Inventaire de la Collection Waddington, Paris, 1908.

616

CILICIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

CILICIA
Adana.

On

the

Sarus.

Autonomous.
Circ.

B.C.I 64

— Imperial

Times.

7492
PI.

80
5.18

M

16

Female head to
fyl.

r.

(Demeter), veiled: border of dots.
1.,
1.

269

AAANEON.

Horse standing to
Ct.

foreleg raised.

(Osman Noury Bey,
B.M.Cat.,
p. 16.

1903.)

n° 9.

Cf. Babelon, Inv.

IViuidington, p. 223, n° 4045.

7493
PI.

62

JE 19

Head of Zeus
fy,.

to

r.,

laureate: border of dots.

269

4.01

AAANEON
:

(r.).

Hermes, wearing
r.

petasos, nude, standing to
1.,

1.;

holding in extended MOY border of dots.
B.

purse, in

caduceus

;

in field to

1.,

(Theodoridi, 1892.)

M.

Cat., p. 16, n° 11.

Ct. Mionnet, S. VII, p. 190, n° 169.

Aegae.

{Ayas).

On

the

gulf of Issus.

Second and First Centuries

B.C.

7494
PI.

129

fii2\

Head of Zeus
Y$L.
1.

to

r.,

laureate.

269

irj6

AirEAIHN

(to

r.).

Athene standing

to

1.,
1.,

holding in

r.

Nike,

supporting spear and shield;
Cf. B.

in field to

AAO.
1906.)

(Osman Noury Bey,
M.
Cat., p. 21, n° 12 (PI. iv,
1),

but date different.

-

617

CILICIA

No.

CILICIA
Metal
Size.

No.

Wt.

DESCRIPTION

Anazarbus.
(Anavar~a).

On
year
it

tfx

Pyramus ;

reckoned

its

era

from autumn B.C. 79,

/'//

which

received the

title.

Caesareia (//.AT., p. 716).
First Century

B.C.
Pyramos swimming
to
r.,

7499
PI.

28
1.

M

13

ANAZAP

R€. Upper half of river-god
:

269

81

head thrown backwards
\$L.

border of dots.

€T DP. Horse

to

r.

:

border of dots.
(Theodoridi, 1892.)
Milnqtti, II, p. 432, n° 2 (PI. xvi, 22).
p.

Imhoof, Kleinasiat.

Babelon, Inv. fVaddiugton,

226, n°4ioo.

Imperial Coinage.

Antoninus Pius.

7500
PI.

147

JE 23

AYTKTAIAAAP ANTHNINOC C€B.
laureate

Bust of Antoninus Pius to
:

r.,

269

9.52

and draped;

in the field, the letters, l"in

border of dots.

ty,.

KAICAP€flN

THN nPOC TH ANAZAPB.
r.
;

Veiled and turreted
;

female head (of City) to €T border of dots.
:

in

front,

HOP (=178)

behind

(Macridi Pacha, 1896.)

Babelon, Inv. Waddingtou,
Cf. B.

M.

227, n°.|U4. Cat., p. 33, n° 1 1.
p.

Caracal la.

7501
PI.

269

JE 35 335 21 .70

AVTKM AVP C€OVH POC ANTnN6INOC
to
r.,

C€B. Bust of Caracalla
:

bearded and laureate, wearing cuirass and paludamentum

border of dots.
R..

[ANAZAP]

BOVMHTPOnOAEI C€T BAC

K0,
(in ex.)

^?? AION

0V

Female figure (the Koinoboulion) seated to 1. on chair; holds r. in 1. cornucopiae resting on knee; in front, amphora and
:

tree

;

in field,

TB

:

border of dots.
(Macridi Pacha, 1891.)
B.

M.

Cat., p. 33, n° 15.
p.

Babelon, Inv. Waddington,

228, n°4i2i.

619

CILICIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Severus Alexander.

7502
PI. 269

266
17.23

iE 34

AVT K M A C€ AAEZANAPOC.
laureate,

Bust of Severus Alexander to

r.,

wearing cuirass and paludamentum.
in ex.
.

1£.

ANAZ€NAMHTPO€TH M C (year 248);

CVNOVCIA;
OIKOVM...

'

above TB. Goddess, wearing kalathos(P), standing to front, holding bipennis in 1., and resting r. arm on back of bull standing to 1., with head turned to r.: border of dots.
in field

(From Asia Minor.)
Cf. Babelon,

Ann.

Cf. Imhoof,

de la Soc. num., VII, 26 (PI. 11, 8). Kleinasiat. Munien, II, p. 433, 11° 7.

7503
PI.

395

JE$S

AYT K MA C€ AAEIANAPO.

Similar bust

:

border of dots.

27O

25-59
J$L.

ANASCNAOZM
TB
(in field)
.

Emperor

in toga driving quadriga to 1.:

€T HMC

(in ex.)
(Macridi Pacha, 1892.) Babelon, Inv. Waddington, p. 229, n° 4140.

border of dots.

Valerian Senior.

7504
PI.

219

&2J

AVT K OVAA€PIANOC
radiate

C€. Bust of Valerian Senior to
:

r.,

wearing

270

M-I9

crown, paludamentum and cuirass

border of dots.

...PBOV

^-

€T*BOC

;

in field, IT,

Dionysos reclining to

1.

on panther

AMK
lying to
r.,

head reverted

:

border of dots.

(W.T. Ready,
Cf.B. M. Cat.,
p. 39,
III,

1899.)

Cf. Mionnet,

no 40 (PI. vi, 15). p. 556, n° 98.

7505
PI.

228
14-77

JE28

AVT-K-nOAIK-OYAA€PIANOC C€.
cuirass

Bust to

r.,

laureate,

wearing

270

and paludamentum

:

border of dots.

620

CILICIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

ANAZ APBOYMHTPO

^

r

r
.

€TBOC
A-M-KT

Six prize-crowns, the middle

one

in

upper row containing palm-branch
B.M.Cat.,
p. 40,

:

border of dots.

(W.T. Ready,
n° 45 (PI. vn, 1). Babdon, Ihv. Waddington, p. 251, n° 4170.

1899.)

Anemurium.
In Ceils, on tlx promotorx nearest
chus IV. of
to

Cyprus, was a mint of Atitiop.

Commagene (A .D.3S-/2) (H.N.,
Imperial Coinage.
Philip Senior.

717).

7506
PI.

195

JE 28

AVKAIMIOV <t>IAin[nONCE].

270

12.63

wearing paludamentum and cuirass
fyL

Bust of Philip Senior to border of dots.
:

r.,

laureate,

€T BAN6MOYPI6HN. Mummy-shaped

cultus-statue of Artemis

facing; wears polos and long veil; holds in r. branch downwards, and in 1. branch upwards; at her feet, on 1., stag to 1., head

reverted

;

on

r.

doe to
B.

r.,

head reverted

:

border of dots.
(Theodoridi, 1899.)

Cat., p. 42, n»7 (PI. vn, 7). Babelon, Inv. H'aJJ., p. 232, 1104179.

M.

Aphrodisias.

On th peninsula
series

of Zephyr ium.

To

this city is attributed

an important

of coins oj the Aegineiic standard
Circ.

(H .N.,

p.

717).

B.C. 485-425.

7507
Pi.

175-3
11.39

A21

Female

270

tigure, with ornamented curved wings, wearing long chiton with sleeves and girdle, hair rolled, running to 1. in kneeling in 1., wreath; in r. extended attitude, head r.; hands
:

caduceus.

621

CILICIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

J$L.

Incuse square containing conical or pyramidal baetyl
1.

to

A;

r.

T.

— Aegin.

;

in field

Stater.
(J. P. Lambros, 1887.) under Mallus).

B.

M.

Cat., p. 97, n° 9 (PI. xvi,

5

;

Babelon, Traite, PI. xxv, 17 (under Mallus). Imhoof, Monn.gr., p. 357, n° 33.

Jameson

Cat., PI. lxxx, 1601.

Circ.

B.C. 3 79-3 74.

7508
PI.

8.8

iRn

Head of Hermes
lfyL.

to

1.,

wearing petasos.
:

270

0.57

border of dots.

Aphrodite seated to 1. between two sphinxes, holding flower Obol.

(O. Noury Bey, 1903.) Imhoof, Zur gr. und rom. Mun\kunde, 1908, p. 204.

Augusta.
Probably derived
its

name from Livia Augnsta y
p. 718).

situated on the

Pyra-

mus

or the Sarus

(H.N.,

Imperial Coinage.

7509
PI.

220

JE 30

TIBEPI02 KAI2AP 0EOY 2EBA2TOY YIOZ 2EBA2T02. Head
of Tiberius to
VjL.
r.,

270

T4T5

bare

:

border of dots.
Livia to r.:

IOYAIA.2EBA2[TH] AYrOY2TANHN. Head of

border of dots.

(W.T. Ready,
B.

1899.)

M.

Cat., p. 44, n°

4

(PI.

vn, 12).

Trebonianus Gallus.

7510
PI.

262
16.97

JE 30

AYT-KTOVT
wearing
dots.

PI

TAAAOC C€B.

Bust of Trebonianus Gallus to

r.,

270

radiate

crown, paludamentum and cuirass: border of

w ^"

AVrOVCT ANHN €T ~
TAC
raised,
'

.

Tin ex
1.

")

*y cne
;

,

°*

r lt ^
.

.

y

seate d to

,

,

»•

on

.

roc k»

r.

hand

resting

on

seat

at her feet, river-god

swimming

622

CILICIA

No.

CILICIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

75*5
Pi.

166.2
10.77

M.

22

Similar

;

dotted exergual line

:

border of dots.

270

KE
/E

%~

N

Similar type

;

dotted line of exergue. Countermark

on

3A
goat's body, bull to
r.

— Persic

Stater.

(W.T. Ready,
161. 4

1896.)

7516
Pi.

iR22

Similar.

270

10.46

^-

KEAE N A N OKITIPE

(KiXsv$£?m-/.sv).

Goat kneeling to
:

r.

on

r.

knee

and looking back

— Persic square.
Sir

;

dotted line of exergue

the whole in incuse

Stater.
(Macridi Pacha, 1895.)

H. Weber, Num. Chron., 1896,

p. 26, n° si (PI.

m,

4).

Babelon, PI. cxl, 8.

Imhoof, Kleinasiat. Mun^en, II, p. 453, n° 2 (this coin). B.M.Cat., p. xlviii, note 1 (this coin).
Svoronos, Jotirn.
int. d'arch.

num., IX, 1906 (PI. xiv,

1).

Jameson

Cat., PI.

lxxx, 1398.
p. 719.

Head, Hist. Num., 191 1,

7517
Pi.

Si-6 3-34

^.14

Nude

rider,

with whip
:

in

1.,

seated sideways on horse to 1.; dotted

270

exergual line
fyl.

border of dots.
to

Goat kneeling
:

1.,

head reverted; above, ivy-branch

:

exergual line

the whole in incuse circle.

— Persic Tetrobol.

dotted

(Spink, 1890.)
Cf. Babelon, PI. cxl, 2.

7518
Pi.

15
1.

5

JR. 9

Gorgoneion.
tyL.

270

00

— Obol. square.
Sir

Forepart of Pegasos to

r.,

with curved wing, in dotted incuse
(Macridi Pacha, 1895.)

H. Weber, Num. Chron., 1896, p. 27, n° 54 (PI. in, B.M.Cat., p. S3, n° 13 (PI. ix, 8).
Babelon, PI. cxxxix, 2S-

7

;

this coin).

624

CILICIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION'

7519
PI.

12

A9

Similar.

270

0.77

$L. Similar.

— Obol.
(Artist's Sale,

Sotheby, July 1899.)

7520
Pi.

io-3

J&9

Similar.

270

0.67
^i..

Similar; type to
Sir

1.

— Obol.
(Macridi Pacha, 1895.)
27, n° 55 (PI. in, 8
p. S3,
;

H. Weber,

loc. cit., p.

this coin).

B.M.Cat.,

no 14.

Babelon, PI. cxxxix, 24.

7521
PI.

"•9
0.77

^9

Similar.

270

I£. Forepart of horse, bridled,

incuse square. — Obol.
Sir H.

to

r., tied

to a

pole(?): within

(Macridi Pacha, 1895.)

Weber,

loc. cit., p.

27,

n° $6 (PI. in, 9

;

this coin).

7522
PI.

'3-2

^9

Similar.

270

0.86
Y$L.

Incuse square irregularly divided.


*'
:

Obol.
(Artist's Sale, July 1899.)

*

Sir

H. Weber notes

against this coin

Dr.

Imhoof

says,

indubitably

Kelenderis ".

Fourth Century B.C. and

later.

7523
Pi.

*3S
0.87

M.

10

Forepart of Pegasos flying to
tyL.

r.,

with curved wing

:

border of dots.

270

KEA. Goat, kneeling

to

r.,

head reverted

:

incuse circle.

Obol.
(Macridi Pacha, 1895.)
Sir

H. Weber,

loc. cit., p.

26, n° 52 (PI.
p. 56, n» 28.

Ill,

5

;

this coin).

B.M.Cat.,

Babelon, PI. cxl, 9.

7524
Pi.

*3-2

A

10

Similar.
Similar.

270

0.86
fy..

— Obol.
(Artist's Sale, July 1899.)

62)

CILICIA
Metal

No.

Wt.
Size.

DESCRIPTION

7525
PI.

13

J&9

Similar; type to

1.

27O

O.84
I$L.

K

E
.

A

Forepart of goat kneeling to

r.,

head reverted

:

incuse

circle.

— Obol.
(Artist's Sale, July 1899.)

Babelon, Pl. cxl, 15.

7526
PI. 270

il8
0.45

Forepart of Pegasos flying to

r.,

curved wing: border of dots.

1$L

.

.

A

Goat kneeling

to

r.

on one knee, head reverted

:

incuse

circle.

— Hemiobol.
(Artist's Sale, July 1899.)

Cf.

B.M.Cat.,

p. 56, n<> 33.

Babelon, Pl. cxl, ii. Imhoof, Kleinasiat. Mun^en, II, p. 454, n°

5

(this coin).

7527
Pl.

6.5

iR8

Similar.

270

0.42
T$L.

K

E. Similar.

— Hemiobol.
Cf.

B.M.Cat.,

p. 56, p.

Sir

H. Weber, Num. Chron.,

(Macridi Pacha, 1898.) no 33. 26, n° 53 (Pl. in, 6).

7528
Pl.

^EL8

Head of young Herakles
fyL.

to

r., in

lion-skin.
r.:

270

0.45
Pegasus,

with curled wing, flying to

incuse

circle.

Hemiobol.
(N. Demetriou, 1898.)
Sir

H. Weber, Num. Giron., 1896,

p. 27, no 57 (Pl. in, 10; this coin).

Later
II

style.

7529
Pl.

Aio

Horse prancing to
tyL.

r

.

:

border of dots.
1.

270

O.71

reverted.

KE. Goat kneeling to Obol.

on one knee, on exergual

line,

head

(Theodoridi, 1892.)
Cf. B.

M.

Cat., p. 57, no 36 (Pl. x, 10). Cf. Babelon, Pl. cxl, 18.

626

CILICIA

No.

CILICIA

No.

CILICIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

J$L.

wearing himation about lower limbs, seated to 1.; 1. resting on sceptre; r. extended towards eagle at his feet border of dots.

KOAVBP

[ACC]€fiN.

Zeus,

:

(Magnesia, 1891.)
B.

M.

Cat., p. 62, no 9.

Cornelius Valerianus.

7538

193
12. 50|

JE 30

nOVAIKKOPOVAA€PIANON
rianus to
front,

KAI

C€B. Bust of Cornelius Vale-

A

;

r., bare-headed, wearing paludamentumand cuirass; in below, spread eagle facing border of dots. Holed in
:

centre.

fyL.

[KOA] YBP ACC6HN. Hermes, naked, standing towards
in
r.

1.,

holding purse

hand, and caduceus in

1.:

border of dots.
(N. Demetriou, 1898.)

Coracesium.
(Alaya).

Imperial Coinage.

Antoninus Pius.

7539
PI.

74

5

JE 19

KAI
V,L.

ANTCON6INOC Head

of Antoninus Pius to

r.,

laureate.

271

4.83

KOPAK[HC] IGOTCON. Demeter
r.

corn in

standing to 1., holding ears of and long sceptre (or torch) in 1 ; at her feet to 1., altar.
.

(O. Noury Bey, 1904.)
Cf. rev. type, Mionnet, S. VII, p. 201, n°

207 (under Hadrian).

Philippus Senior.

7540
PI. 271

153

^ 28

Legend

indistinct. Bust of Philippus Senior to r., laureate,

wearing

9.91

cuirass

and paludamentum

;

in field to

r.,

H.

fyL

KOPAKH
r.

Poseidon standing to

1.,

holding dolphin

in

extended

and trident

in

1.

(Macridi Pacha, 1896.)

629

CILICIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Corycus.
(Korgos).

On

the coast, south-west of

Elaeussa ; near

it

was

the

Corycian cave

(H.N.,

p. 720).

Autonomous.
First Century

B

.

C.

7541
PI. 271

99
6.41

JE 22

Turreted female head (of the City) to
dots.

r

.

;

behind,

2A

:

border of

T$L.

KnPVKinTHN (r.).
r.,

Hermes, wearing petasos, chlamys
1.;

fasten1.

ed round neck, and winged sandals, standing to
caduceus, and in

holds in

purse
the

;

in field to

Eni
1.

Al
Paris,

(From Bompois and Billoin sales, Cf. B.M.Cat., PL xi, 14.
Babelon, Inv. Waddington,
p.

1882 and 1886.)

236, n° 4247.

7542
PL 271

IQ3 -S

JE 21

Similar

;

behind head, A.

6.71
J$L.

Similar; in front of Hermes,

EY En EP

I

(Theodoridi, 1892.)

Imperial Times.

7543
PI. 271
J

201
3

JE 28

OPON. Female
in

-° 2

chignon

;

wearing wreath (Aphrodite); hair in front, aplustre (?) border of dots.
head to
r.,
:

tied

KflYPKI
J$L.

OTnNI
r.

Hermes standing
his back;

to

1.,

chlamys hanging from
1.,

shoulder

down

he holds caduceus in

and purse in

extended

(N. Demetriou, 1908.)
Cat., p. 67, n° 10 (PL xn, 2). Cf. Babelon, Inv. Waddington, p. 236, n° 4251.

Cf. B.

M.

630

CILICIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Imperial Coinage.

Gordianus Pius.

7544
PI. 271

i)3

JE 26

AVK MANTH TOPAIANOC.
wearing
K
fy.
over
r.

Bust of Gordian
:

III

to

r.,

laureate,

9.91

cuirass

and paludamentum

border of dots.

^
1.

PV

,Ji

n TON
resting

AVT. Poseidon, naked, but
1.,

for

chlamys
;

shoulder, standing to
1.

placing

r.

foot

on prow

holds in

dolphin,

on
B.

trident: border of dots.
(N. Demetriou, 1905.)

M.

Cat., p. 68, n° 16.

Babelon, Inv. W'additigton, p. 236, n° 4256.

Gallienus.

7545
Pi. 271

209

JE2S

AVK nOA-.. TAAAIHN

OC
cuirass

Bust of Gallienus to
:

r.,

laureate,

wearing

13-54

and paludamentum

border of dots
in field,

B&.

KflPVKin
on

TON AVTO
sceptre
;

;

NO
:

(r,)

MO[Y]
1. ;

(!.)•
r.

Female

figure,
1.

wearing chiton and peplos, standing to
at

in

aplustre,

resting

her

feet,

prow
n<>

border of dots.
(Greenspan, 1901.)

24. Cf. Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 208, n° 23}.
Cat., p. 70,

B.

M.

Babelon, Inv. Waddington,

p.

237,

^4263.

Diocaesareia.
Metropolis of Cennatis, in the lower Calycadnus Valley.

Imperial Coinage.
Caracalla.

7546
PI. 271

261

JE 29

AYTOKKAIC MAYPANT

16.91

[flN€IN]OC C€B. Bust of Caracalla to cuirass border of dots. r., laureate, wearing paludamentum and Two countermarks: (1) eagle to front, head 1.; (2) winged
:

thunderbolt.
J$l.

|A]AP AIOKAI CAP. Athene, standing

to

1.,

in

quadriga;

631

-

CILICIA

No.

CILICIA

No.

CILICIA

No.

CILICIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

tfL.

IC
r.

AV PflN. Youth armed with sword
:

riding

on

lion

running

to

border of dots.
Publ. by Sir H. Weber,

Num.

(Macridi Pacha, 1893.) Cbron., 1896, p. 28, n° 58.
1, p.

Head, Hist. Num., 191

721.

Imperial Coinage.
Caracalla.

7556
PI.

145

M 26

AVK MAV ANTflN€INOC.
wearing cuirass with
I$£.

272

9-39

Bust of young Caracalla to Gorgoneion border of dots.
:

r.,

laureate,

MH TPO nO A6HC ICAV;

in ex.,
r.
:

PON.

within, bearded bust on column to
M.

Tetrastyle temple; border of dots.
(Macridi Pacha, 1898.)

Cf. B.

Cat., p. 13, n° 2 (PI.

11,

10).

7557
Pi.

272

JE 26 164 10.62

Similar
fyL.

;

same

die.

A€flC ICAVPHN. Apollo and the Emperor; on r., Apollo, nude, to 1., holds in 1. laurel-branch held downwards; with r. he presents uncertain object (diptych ?) to the Emperor, who stands to r., helmeted, wearing paludamentum and cuirass, and resting with 1. on spear; between them, hind lying to r.,
head
1.
;

MHTPOnO

in exergue, small altar

:

border of dots.
(Spink, 1893.)

Publ. by Sir H. Weber,

Cbron., 1896, p. 28,110 59 (PI. iv, 12). B. M. Cat., p. 14, n° 4 (PI. 11, 11).

Num.

Issus.

At

the

head of the gulf of

tbe

same name (H.N.,

p.

722).

Satrapal Coinage.
Tiribazus.

B.C. 386-380.
7558
PI.

159-5 JR. 20

Baal, with himation

272

10.34

ing to

1.

;

1.

on 1. shoulder and about lower limbs, standborder r. holding spread eagle resting on sceptre
;
:

of dots.

-

635

80

CILICIA

No.

CILICIA

No.

GILICIA

No.

CILICIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

J$L.

MAA

(below). Gorgoneion.
(Dimitriou, 1892.)

Imhoof, KUinasiatische Murium, II, p. 471, n° 11 (PL Head, Hist. Num., p. 724.

xvm,

11

;

this coin).

Imperial Coinage.

Claudius.

7570
PI.

98 6.35

M

20

Head of Claudius,
fyL.

laureate, to

r.

273

MAAAOTflN. Athene

standing, holding in
r.

r.

spear,
:

and

in

1.,

Nike; dress ornamented on
dots.

and

1.

sides with phalli

border of
S. Lincoln.)

(W.
Imhoof, Anmtaire de numismatiqtu, 1883,
Cf. Mionnet,
III, p.

p.

123.

592, n° 250 (r<r.).

Faustina Junior.

7571
PL 273

220
14-25

yE 28

ANIAN 4>AYTINAN C6BACTHN. Bust
draped.
fy..

of Annia Faustina

to

r.,

AOYKIAIAN C6BACTHN MAAAHTHN.

Bust of Lucilla to

r.,

draped.
(Giau Louisides, 1905.)

Valerianus Senior.

7572

306

iE 30

IMP CLIC VALERIANVS P F AVG. Bust of Valerian
wearing cuirass and paludamentum
fyi.
:

to

r.,

laureate,

19.82

border of dots.

MALLO COLONIA.
1.

over
held

arm, standing

to front,
feet,

Amphilochos, chlamys round neck and head 1.; holds in r. laurel-branch
boar to
1.;

downwards;

at his

to r., tripod

on

base,

encircled by

serpent; in ex.,
B.

SC.
(Dr Earinos, Smyrna, 1891).

M.

Cat., p.

102, n° 55

(PL xvn,

13).

Mopsus or Mopsuestia.
(Missis).

On

the

Pyramus, was founded by Mopsos,

brother of Amphilochus.

Under Antiochus

IV

of Syria

it

was

called Seleuceia

(H.N.,

p.

724).

639

CILICIA

No.

CILICIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

long

plaits

on her shoulders; holds
;

in

r.

phiale,

1.

elbow

rests

on

arm of throne

at

her

1.

side,

branch of myrtle in altar border of dots.
:

r.,

Eros standing to 1., wings raised, about to crown the goddess; in front,

1$L.

NAriAEHN. Bearded Dionysos
1.

wreath, and himation over

he wears standing towards 1. shoulder and from waist down;

wards; holds
grapes; in
1.

vine-branch with leaves, tendrils and bunch of Persic Stater. thyrsos border of dots.
in
r.
:

(J

.

P. Lambros, 1885.)

Cf. Babelon, PI. cxli, 16.

B.M.Cat.,

PI.

xix, 11-12.

7577
PI. 273

158.6 if^24 10.28

Aphrodite, draped, enthroned to r., wearing Stephanos, earring, necklace and armlet on 1. arm; holds in r. phiale, 1. elbow rests

on arm of throne; beneath
rose tree; above,
1.,
:

seat

mouse

to

I.

;

in front

of Aphrodite,

dotted exergual line
T$L.

Eros flying tor. about to crown the goddess; border of dots.
to
1.,

[NJAriAIKON. Bearded Dionysos standing
1.

tion over

shoulder and lower limbs

;

holds in

r.
1.

wearing himavine-branch

with leaves, tendrils and bunch of grapes ; in field and Tl below: border of dots. Persic Stater.

AOH

above,

(Macridi Pacha, 1892.)
Cf. Imhoof, Kleinas. Mutton, II, p. 478, n° :o. Cf. Babelon, Inv. Wadd., PI. xi, 3.

Babelon, Traite, PI. cxli, 22.

Cite.

B.C. 400-380 and
1.,

later.

7578
PI.

io-S

A9

Head of Aphrodite
sphendone
J$L.
:

to

wearing earring and necklace, hair

in

273

0.68

border of dots.
r.).

NAn

(to

cave

field.

— Obol.

Bearded head (Dionysos) to

r.,

hair rolled

:

con-

Publ. by Sir H.W., Num. Chron., 1896, p. 32, n°67; Marium); and also in B.M.Cat., Cyprus, Int. LXI, m (PI.

PI.

ill,

20 (as coin of

16).

7579
PI. 273

11

JR. 10

0.71

Head of Aphrodite to r., hair behind, N border of dots.
:

rolled, tresses flying loose at

crown

;

641

CILICIA

No.

CILICIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Ajax son of Teucer.
(a).

A.D.

10/11

— 14/15

or later.

Without head of Emperor.

7583
PI.

126.

5

JE 21

AIANTOI
ceus
:

(r.)

TEYKPOY
;

273

8.20

close-fitting cap

(1.). Head of Ajax, as Hermes, to r., in he wears chlamys on shoulders ; in front, cadu-

border of dots.

R£. ^

APXIEPEfni] OriAPXOY

j

n centre

tnskeies to

1.

KENNATinN] AAAAII
B.M.Cat.,

;

on

either side,

A v" (vear

0.
(H. Hoffmann; from Bompois Sale, 1882.)
p.

119, n° 2 (PI. XXI, 8).
1.

Xum.

Mionnet,

Cbron., 1899, p. 189 f., n° III, p. 598, n° 276.

7584
PI.

106
"6~86"

JE 22

Similar.

273

APXIEPEOI

TOnAP XOY
fy-.

KENNATflN. Winged thunderbolt

:

border of dots.

AAAAZ
<-

E
Cf.

(year 4).
(O. Noury Bey, 1905.)

B.M.Cat.,

p.

119, n° 2 (oh:), no 4 (rev.).

(b).

With head of Augustus.
(1.).

7585
Pi.

'45

jE 23

KAIIAPOI

(r.)

IEBAZTOY

Head of Augustus

to

r.

laureate

:

273

9-39

border of dots.
fyL

[KENN A

THN

KAll

AAAAZIEON

field (indistinct). In the

:

[AP.XIEPE

n]IAIANTOI
[TjEYKPOY
[TlOfTAP [«-]A
.

Winged

thunderbolt.

XOY
(yean).
(J.P.Lambros, 1883.)
B. M. Cat.,
n° p. 121,

8 (PI. xxn, 2).
PI.

Num.

Cbron., 1899, no

5 t,

xn, 7

(rev.).

Mionnet, 5., VII,

p. 238,

n° 320.

-

643

CILICIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

(c).

With head of

Tiberius.

7586
PI.

215

JE25

ZEBAIT02 IEBAITOY KAI2AP. Head
eate
:

of Tiberius to

r.,

laur-

273

13.93

border of dots.

APXIEPEHI AIANT02 «r
fy,.
.
. •

AA22EHN.

In the field

:

TEYKPOY
TOriAPXOY EniAIOAH

E (years). Winged

thunderbolt

:

border of dots.
(Constantinople, 1891.)
B.

M.

Cat., p. 123, n° 15 (PI. xxil, 5).

Seleucia ad Calycadnum.
(Selefke).

Founded by Seleucus Nicator, who transferred

thither

the people of

Holmi (H.N.,

p.

727).

Autonomous.
First Century

B.C.
helmet; behind,

7587
PI. 273

122

JE 22

Head of Athene
border of dots.
fy.

to

r.

in crested Corinthian

ZA

:

7-90

IEAEYKEHN TON T7POI THI KAAYKAANOI.
1.
;

Nike advanc-

n
ing to holds in oustretched
r.

wreath

;

in field

1.

G)£o.
I

m

(J.

Arnopoulos, Athens, 1899.)

B.

M.

Cat., p. 129, n° 9.

Cf. Babelon,

Wadd.

Coll.,

n° 4441.

7588
Pi.

63

JE 19

Head of Apollo

to r., laureate

;

hair in formal curls

;

behind,

IA

:

273

4.08

border of dots.
fy..

Similar legend

:

in the field,
r.
:

AOH

above, and

AOH

below.

Borepart of horse galloping to

border of dots.
(Christodoulos, Athens, 1902.)

Cf. B.M.Cat., PI.

xxm,

5.

644

CILICIA

No.

Metal

Wt.

DESCRIPTION

Size.

7589
PI. 273

I20

jE 22

Veiled and turreted female head (Tyche of the City) to of dots.

r.

:

border

7-77

fy.

:i]EA€VK€nN
r.

A
(to r.)

t^ N qC

(to

1.)-

Athene standing
in
1.

to

1.,

holding Nike in

and supporting shield and spear
Mionnet,
III, p.

(Macridi Pacha, 1892.)
599, n° 282.

Imperial Coinage.

Septimius Severus.

7590
Pi. 273
3

58
75

IE 20

AVKACC€OVH
border of dots.
I£.

POC. Head of

Sept. Severus to

r.,

laureate

:

C€A€VK6nNTON TTPOC KAAVKA
standing to
1.

and

in inner circle

ANfl.

Tyche
oar, in

1.,

wearing kalathos, holding
:

in

r.

steering-

cornucopiae
B.

border of dots.
(Smyrna, 1891.)
Cat., p. 133,
p.
n<>

M.

25.

Babclon, Inv. WadJingtoti,

250, n° 4461.

Macrinus.

759i
Pi.

225

JE 29

AVK M-On C€0 VHPMAKPI N
eate,

OC

Bust of Macrinus to

r.,

laur-

274

M~T8
j^

wearing cuirass
( in

:

border of dots.

C€A€VK€

exergue )
;

JON nPOC TO KAAYKAA.

The
dress,

Emperor and Tyche
holds in
1.

spear,

Emperor standing to 1., in military with r. he crowns Tyche, who stands
in her
r.

to

1.,
:

wearing kalathos, holding
border of dots.

rudder, in
(J. P.

1.

corncupiae

Lambros, 1885.)

Cf. B.

M.

Cat., p. 135, n° 31.

7592
Pi.

90
5.83

JE 22

AVK On MAKPINOC.
cuirass
:

Bust of Macrinus to

r.,

laureate,

wearing

274

border of dots.
standing towards border of dots.
1.,

V,L.

C€A6VK€HN TON KAAY. Tyche
r.

holding

rudder in

and cornucopiae

in

1.

:

(N. Dimitriou, 1902.)

645

CILICIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Severus Alexander.

7593
Pi.

230
I4-90

JE 29

AV-KMAVP-C-AASZA NAPOC.
r.,

Bust of Severus Alexander to
:

274

wearing

radiate

crown, paludamentum and cuirass

border of

dots.

C€A€V K€

HNK
AA

Athene

to

r.,

helmeted, holding shield in

1.

and

spear in r., striking down giant with legs in iorm of serpents, who hurls stone with r. : border of dots.
(Greenspan, 1901.)

B.M.Cat.,

p. 135, n<> (PI.

xxiv, 4).

Gordian

III

and Tranquillina.

7594
Pi.

348

^35

MANTflNIOC rOPAIANOC C€ KAICA BINIANTPANKVAAI NAN
C€B. Busts of Gordian
and cuirass to
to face
:

274

22.55

r.,

III, wearing radiate crown, paludamentum and Tranquillina, wearing stephane to 1., face

border of dots.

$..

C€A€YK€HN THN nPOCTfl. KAAYK €A AAN and below, €V0€PAC Busts
.

of Apollo, laureate, to

r.

n

with laurel-branch behind him, and Tyche 1., wearing kalathos, with cornucopiae behind, face to face border of dots.
:

(Macridi Pacha, 1891.)
Cf.

B.M.

Cat., p. i}9, n° 47.

Philip Senior.

7595
Pi.

3i5

JE36

AYT K MIOVAIOC <t>IAinnOCC€B.
dots.

274

20.41

Bust of Philip Senior to r., border of wearing radiate crown, paludamentum and cuirass
:

KAAN

n
$£.

C€A€VK€HN THN nPOC Tfl KAAY;

in the

field,
J*

.

in ex.,

C €A€V0€

646

CILICIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Busts of Apollo, laureate, to

1.,

andTyche, wearing kalathos and
confronted
:

with branch (?) behind her,
Cf. B.

r.,

border of dots.
(Macridi Pacha, 1892.)

M.

Cat., p. 140, n° so.

Cf. Babelon, Inv. fVaddington, p. 251, n° 4478.

Trebonianus Gallus.

7596
PI. 274

272
17.62

^33

AVK TAIOV AITP6BH TAAAOC
wearing radiate countermark,

Bust of Trebonianus Gallus to
;

r.,

crown, cuirass and paludamentum
:

behind,

A

border of dots.
TT
.

C€A€VK€flN [TC1]U

^-

POC

TH
KAANH
(sic)

Busts of Apollo to

r.,

laureate, with

branch in front, and Tyche to 1., wearing kalathos, with cornucoborder of dots. piae behind, confronted
:

(Macridi Pacha, 1893.)
Cf. B.

M.

Cat., p. 140, n° 53.

Cf. Mionnet, 5., VII, p. 244, n° 349.

Gallienus.

7597
Pi.

166

JE 28

AVK

OC. Bust of Gallienus
I

to

r.,

wearing radiate crown, cuirass

274

10.75

and paludamentum.
f£.

Q€

[A€]

YK6HN T KAA
1-,

Y inner legend,
r.

KAANH.
1.

Nike, mov:

ing to front, head

holding in

wreath, and in

palm-branch

border of dots.

(A.O.van Lennep, Smyrna,
Cf. B.

1891.)

M.

Cat., p. 142, no 59.

Cf. Babelon, Inv. IVcuidington, p. 251,

n°448i.

Soli-Pompeiopolis.

On
and

tl?e

coast near Me^etlu, near the border between Cilicia

Tracheia

Pedias, was probably of Rhodian

origin, but also in some

way

con-

nected with Athens. The coinage begins about

B.C. 4JO

on the Persic

standard

(H.N.,

p.

728).

647

CILICIA

No.

CIUCIA
Wt.
Metal
Size.

No.

DESCRIPTION

leaf
er.

;

on the lower margins, $0 A

:

incuse circle.

— Persic
&

Stat-

(Rollin

Feuardent.)

Cf. B.

M.

Cat., PI xxv, 12.

Cf. Babelon, PI.

cxxxvm,

17.

Jameson

Cat., PI.

lxxx, 1607.

7603
PI.

156
10. 10

^23

Similar.

274

T$L.

50>tuOM
1.

{sic).

Bunch of grapes

field

A- Chisel-cut.

— Persic

;

stalk has

two

tendrils

;

in

stater.

(Theodoridi, 1892.)
Cf. Babelon, PI. cxxxix, 2 (but rather barbarous).

Satrapal-Coinage.
Tiribazes.

B.C. 386-380.
7604
PI.

154-2 ift.21

Bare head of Herakles to

r.,

bearded, with lion-skin fastened round

274

9-99

neck
tyL.

:

border of dots.
satrap to
r.,

Head of bearded
Imhoof,

in Persian tiara.

Persic Stater.
Lambros, 1884.)

(J. P.

Kleiiiasiat.

489, n° 14 (PI. xix, 2). Cat., PI. lxxx, 16 12. Jameson

Mutton,

p.

7605
PI.

154

iTv20

Similar.

274

9.98
fyL.

IOAIK ON.

Similar head.

— Persic

Stater.
(A. Michel, 1891.)

B.M.

Cat., p. 149, n° 27 (PI. xxvi, 3). Cf. Babelon, PI. cvn, 1.

Circ.

B.C. 385-333

or later.

7606
PI.

A
9.22

23

Head of Athene

to

r.,

in triple-crested Corinthian

helmet
;

;

she wears

274

earring and necklace, and drapery round neck

her flowing hair

confined by a cord
}$L.

:

linear border.

20AEHN
leaf to
1.

and

facing.

(below). Bunch of grapes on stalk with two tendrils. in field tol., MOI to r., owl standing to r., head ;
;

Stater.

(W.C. Weight,
Cf. B.

1

89 1.)

M. Cat.,

PI.

xxvi, 4.

649

CILICIA

No.

CILICIA

No.

CILICIA
Metal

No.

Wt.

Size.

DESCRIPTION

Tarsus.
'
'

On

the

Cydnus,

the

most important
by
"

city

in Cilicia,

was

in the time

of Xenophon,

the capital of its kings,

whom

the coins earlier than the

time of Tiriba^us must have been struck
Circ.

(H. N.,

p. 729).

B.C. 450-380.
r.
;

7614
PI.

l62

M.21

King (of
in
1.,

Cilicia ?),
;

275

10-49

reins

in

r.

wearing cloak, on horseback, galloping to short sword linear border.
:

J$l.

Greek
1.

hoplite, nude,

ing to

on

r.

wearing crested Corinthian helmet, kneelknee holding with 1. shield adorned with Gorgonr.

eion, and with
Persic Stater.

sword; behind, j^A

("Tin)

:

concave

field.

(H. Hoffmann, 1884.)
Cf. B.

M. Cat., p. 163, no 8 (PI. xxvm, 10). Six, Num. Chron., 1884, p. 156, n° 14.
Babelon, PI. cv, 12.

Tiribazus.

(B.C. 386-380).
7615
PI.
1 1

ilio

Baal standing to

1.

holding eagle on extended
1. ;

r.

hand, and leaning

275

0.71

on sceptre with
1$L.

in front, $.

Head of bearded Dionysos
field.

cave

— Obol.

to

r.,

wearing turreted crown
;

:

con-

(Mostyn Sale, II, 1897 lot 307.) Babelon, Traite, PI. cvn, 15 (n° 577 this coin also mentioned). Imhoof, Monn. Gr., p. 368, n° 59 ; Cboix, PI. v, 17s ; Kleinasial. Mun^en, II, p. 468, n° 3.
;

Pharnabazus.

(B.C. 379-374).
Cf. n° 6145, tetradrachm of this satrap, struck at Cyzicus.

7616
PI. 275

168.2

J&21

Female head with streaming

hair, nearly facing,

inclined to

1.,

10.90

wearing sphendone, earrings and necklare with pendants (copied from Kimon's Arethusa on coins of Syracuse) border of dots.
:

$-•

^tHin^l)

(to

1.).

Bearded male head (Ares

?) to 1., in crest-

652

CILICIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION'

ed Athenian helmet decorated with

floral scroll,

ed round neck

;

behind
Cf. B.

j

:

border of dots.
PI.

chlamys fastenPersic Stater.

(J.P.Lambros, 1887.)

M. at.,

xxix,

2.
5.

Babelon, Traiti, PI.

cvm,

7617
PI.

154-8 JR. 22
10.03

Similar

:

linear border.

275

fyL.

Similar

;

inscr.

to

r.

;

j
M.

not in

field.

Persic Stater.

(W.S.Lincoln, 1885.)
*

Cat., p. 165, no ;6. Rev. internalized with n° 7624 on the Plate.
Cf. B.

76l8
PI. 275

166.8
10.81

^23

H/)^

(rrpyz). Baaltars, seated to
1.

1.

on diphros, wearing hima;

tion over

shoulder and about lower limbs

r.

resting

on sceptre

:

linear border.

tyL.

Ifift)

ML^ OnariE

Tfja)'

Bearded made head (Ares
floral

?) to 1., in

crested Athenian

helmet decorated with
:

fastened round neck
Chisel -cut.

linear border.

scroll,

chlamys

Persic Stater.

(Macridi Pacha,
Cf. B.

1894.)

M.

Cat., p. 165, n° 19.

Babelon, PI.

cvm,

2.
3.

Jameson

Cat., PI. lxxxi, 161

7619*
Pi. 27s

11. 6

JR. 10

Baaltars seated to
er

o-75

on diphros, wearing himation over 1. shouldborder of and about lower limbs, his r. resting on sceptre
1.
:

dots.

^L. Bearded male head (Ares

?)

to

1.,

in crested

Athenian helmet
:

decorated with floral scroll, chlamys fastened round neck
border.

linear

— Obol.

(Smyrna, 1891.)
Cf. J. P. Six,

Num.

Chron., 1884,

p.

127, n° 7.

7620*
Pi.

10.8

iRu

Similar.

275

0.70

$L. Similar.
*

Obol.
(O. Noury Bey, 1902.)
on Plate.

Obv. ami

P/, transposed

-

653

-

CILICIA

No.

CILICIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

7625
PI. 27s

155-5 IO.08

A22

Similar.

I$L.

Similar; on helmet,
B.

AM.

— Persic
p.

Stater.
(1903.)

M.

Cat., p. 167, n° 29 (PI. xxix, 9).

Babelon, Traiti,

407, n° 605.
546, n° 7.

Macdonald, Hunter
Six,

Coll., II, p.

Num.

Citron., 1884, p. 126.

7626
PI.

IQ-5

JR. 11

Diademed head of Aphrodite
neklace, hair in plaited
T$L.

to
:

r.,

wearing pendant earring and

275

0.68

queue
r.

border of dots.
:

Bearded male head to

border of dots.


Six,

(Ares) in crested Athenian helmet

Obol.
(H. Hoffmann, 1884.)
Cf. Babelon, Traite, PI. cix,
5.

Cf. Imhoof, Monti. Gr., p. 368, n°

60

;

Cl.vix, PI.

J v, u 176.

Num.

Cbron., 1884, p. 127, n° 6.

7627
PI.

10

/R9

Female head
tyL.

facing, inclined to
1.,

1.

:

border of dots.

275

0.64

Female head to
scroll

between
Obol.

wearing stephane ornamented with palmettes concave field. work, earing and necklace
:

Imhoof, Monn. Gr.,
Cf. B.

p. 365,

n° 51

;

C/w/.v, PI. v,

11"

173.

M.Cat.,

Cilicia, PI.

xxxix, 12 (Incerta).

7628
PI. 275

5

5

yR9

Female head

facing,

wearing earrings and necklace
r.
;

:

border of dots.

0.36

fyL Female head to

border of dots.
iv, 14

— Obol.
(G. Louisides, 1907.)
Traiti, PI.

Babelon, Perses Aclx'm., PI.

;

cvm,

16

(under Pharnabazus).

7629
PI. 275

160

JR. 22

H/)L^
and
in

OnnSya). Baaltars, nude to
r.
;

waist,

himation about lower
r.

10.36

limbs, seated to
1.

ear of corn and

on diphros he holds in bunch of grapes
bull's

sceptre transversely,

;

beside him, thymia:

terion

;

below diphros,

head facing

the

whole

in circle

surmounded by
tyL.

projections resembling battlements.

OfiMMh

(iGJin). Satrap, wearing Persian headdress,
sleeves, cloak

underr.

garment with

and anaxyrides,

seated

to

on

-

655

CILICIA

No.

CILICIA

No.

CILICIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

J$L.

Forepart of wolf tor.; above, crescent with horns Obol. within dotted square in incuse square.

downwards

:

Rev. printed sideways on Plate. Cf. B.

(Macridi Pacha, 1892.)

M.

Cat., PI. xxxii, 8.

Cf. Babelon, PI. cxn, 4.
Six,

Num.

Chron., 1884, p. 108, no 15.

7637
PI.

IO

Al2

Similar.
tyL.

276

O.64

Similar

;

type to

1. ;

above, crescent with horns downwards.

Obol.
(1892.)

7638
PI.

Aio
O.54

Similar.
1$L.

276

Forepart of wolf to

circle of dots.

— Obol.

r.

;

above, crescent with horns downwards

:

(Theodoridi, 1892.) Babelon, PI. cxn, 6. B. M. Cat., p. 176, n° 86.

Mazaeus.

As Governor of Trans-Euphratesia and
(B.C.351-334).

Cilicia.

7639
PI.

169.3

^.23

U H/)L ^

(to r.). Baaltars,
1.

276

10.97

seated 10

holds in

r.

wearing himation about lower limbs, on diphros, head and upper part of body facing; he eagle, ear of corn and bunch of grapes; 1. resting on
;

lotus-headed sceptre
er of dots.

in field to

1.,

A)

;

under diphros,

*//

bord-

tyL.

VVlW (above).
1. ;

Lion to

1.,

head almost facing, attacking bull

kneeling to

beneath, 2; on

rump of
PI.

bull,

L

fj.

Chisel-cut

.

Persic Stater.
(Macridi Pacha, 1893.)
Cf. Cf. Six,

B.M.Cat.,

xxxi,

1.

Num.

Chron., 1884, p.

no,

n° 18.

764O
PL 276

166.3 JR. 25

Similar; in field to
1$L.

1.,

O; no symbol under
L

diphros.

10.78

Similar

;

beneath,

H\ (do)

•'

linear

border. Chisel-cut.

Persic Stater.

B.M.Cat.,

p. 172,

(D. Kelekian, 189s.) n° 58 (PI. xxxi, 2).

Babelon, PI. cxn, is.

658

CILICIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

764I
PI.

I67-3

VR23

Similar; in field to
T$L.

I.,

O; under

diphros,
1.

*//

:

border of dots.
Chisel-cut.

276

IO.84

Similar

;

beneath, ear of corn to

and 2.

— Per-

sic Stater.

(Macridi Pacha, 1894.) Babelon, Traits, p. 453, n° 695. B.M.Cat., p. 172, n° 53 (PI. xxx, 13).

7^2
PI.

I46.8
9-5
1

JK24

H/)L^^
fyi-

(to r.). Baaltars seated to
I.
;

I.,

upper part of body facing,
:

276

head to

no symbol under diphros
to
1.

plain border.
:

Chisel-cut.

H^fl- Lion

attacking bull kneeling

border of dots.

Persic Stater.
(Kelekian, 1893.)

Babelon, PI. cxn, 22.

7643
PI.

276

164.5 10.66

^23

llhL^

( to r *)* baaltars seated to

arm and about lower
mounted
and
l

limbs,

r.
1.,

on diphros, himation over 1. holding before him eagle-sur1.

sceptre; in field to

ear of corn and
:

bunch of grapes

;

letter


t :
l

;

under diphros,
1

*//

border of dots.
semi_circle >
1-

fy"

lLH H"

r

^H^ u L U "/W^' ^
1.,

( in

an(* above).

Two

lines of wall, each

with four towers, one above the other;
is

above, lion to
kneeling to
r.
:

head almost facing, attacking bull which

border of dots.

Stater.

(W.T. Ready,
Cf.B.M.Cat.,
Six,
PI.

1893.)

xxx,

7.

Babelon, TraitS, PI.

cxm,

8.

Num.

Chron., 1884, p. 130.

7644
PI.

'63.4
10.59

M.

23

Baaltars seated to

1.

276

about lower limbs,

on diphros, himation over r. resting on lotus-headed

1.

shoulder and
;

sceptre

in field

before him, large ear of corn and bunch of grapes; under diphros,

2
fyL.

:

border of dots.

Bust of Athene in triple-crested Athenian helmet, nearly facing, inclined to 1.; she wears earrings and necklace; bust draped:

border of dots.
Cf.

Persic Stater.
p.

B.M.Cat.,
this

(Lord Vernon n° 70 (PI. xxxi, 11). 174,

sale,

1885.)

Babelon, PI.

cxm,
is

17.
(cf.

The

series to

which

coin belongs

post-Alexander

E.

T. Newell,

Mint of Tarsus).

659


83

CIL1CIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

7645

CILICIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

7649
PI.

I I

JR. 10

Similar.

276

0.7I
fyL.

Similar; no border.

— Obol.
(Moutagu
sale,

1897.)

765O
PI.

7-8
0.51

M.

8

Baahars seated to
dots.

1.

on diphros,

r.

resting

on sceptre

:

border of

276

fyL.

Beardless head of

Hermes (?)

to

1.,

wearing petasos.

— Hemi-

obol.

(Smyrna, 1891J
Babelon, Poses Acbe'm., p. 36, n° 259 (PI.
Id.,
*

vi, 8).

Traiii, PI. cxiv, 20.

The

coins, similar to n°

7650 are probably Mesopotamia!! and post Alexander.

Fourth Century B.C.

7651
Pi.

^ll>
O.80

Baaltars seated to

1.,

holding eagle on extended

r.

:

border of dots.
:

276

tyL.

Herakles to

r.

dotted square in

contending with lion with incuse. Obol.

his club

within

(WT. Ready,
7652
PI.
I I

1896.)

^11

276

0.71

Janiform head of Athene helmeted, wearing earring and necklace border of dots.
fyL.

:

Beardless head, bare, of Herakles to
:

lion-skin around neck

plain border.

1.,

with curly hair, and Obol.

(Ad. Hess, Frankfort, 1891.)

Imhoof, Monn. gr., p. 371, n° 70 (PI. G, T. Combe, Mus. Brit., PI. xm, 18.

11).

Time

of Antiochus Epiphanes.
Circ.

B.C. 175-164.

With
7653
PI.

title

Antiochia ad
;

Cydnum.
:

62

JE 17

Head of City
I£.

to

r.,

turreted

behind,

border of dots.

276

4.OI

ANTIOXEON THN TTPOI THI KYAONHI.
r.

Sandan-Herakles,
lion; to
r.,

bearded, nude, standing to

on winged and horned

mon.

(¥1

;

to

1.

41

:

border of dots.
Monn.
gr., p.

Cf. Imhoof,

(Macridi Pacha, 1893.) 366, n° 54 (PI. F, 23).

66l

CILICIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Circ.

B.C. 164

to early

Imperial Times.
:

7654
PI.

231

JEi$

Head of City
T$L.

to

r.,

veiled and turreted

border of dots.

276

[T]AP2EflN. Pyre, consisting of

basis
;

on which
1.,

is

a pyramidal
*

structure containing figure of

Sandan

to

monograms,

'jv*

Mionnet,
Cf.

III, p.

(Criona, Constantinople, 1891.) 620, n° 390.

B.M.Cat.,

p. 181,

n° 113.

7655
PI. 277

260

M 28

Tyche of the
river-god
1$L.

City, veiled and turreted, seated to r.; at her feet,
to r.: border ot dots.
1.

TO4

Kydnos swimming
Zeus, seated to
r.

TAPZEflN.

limbs; holds in
dots.

Nike, and with

on throne, himation about lower 1. rests on border of sceptre
:

(Smyrna, 1891.)
Cf.

B.M.Cat.,

PI. xxxiii, 5.

7656
PI. 277

JE 17

TAPZEON

(r.).

Zeus,
1.;

wearing
r.

himation

about

lower limbs,
1.

4.66

enthroned to

holds in
:

Nike with wreath,

resting

on

sceptre; in front, AA-T$L.

border of dots.

Club

tied

with

fillet

within oak-wreath.
(H. Hoffmann, 1882.)

Cf.

B.M.Cat.,

PI. xxxiii, 8.

Cf. Babelon, Inv. Wadd., n° 4616. Cf. Mionnet,
III, p.

622, n° 411.

Quasi- Autonomous.

Without heads of Emperors.
Before Hadrian.

7657
PI.

54

JE 19

Head of City
^i..

to

r.,

veiled

and turreted

:

border of dots.
field
1.

277

3.50

TAPC6HN.

Pyre of Sandan surmounted by eagle; in

MH

TPO
nO:
AE
border of dots.

nc
(Theodoridi, 1892.)

B.M.Cat.,

p. 183, n° 129.

662

CILICIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Imperial Coinage.

Trajan.

7658
PI.

220
14-25

^26

AYTOKP KAI2 NEP TPAIANOI IEB TEPM
Trajan to
fy.
r.,

AAKIK. Head of

277

laureate

:

border of dots.
of City,
in
r.

AHMAPX

Ez

YnAT Enn MHTPOnOAEni. Tyche
r.

veiled

and turreted, seated to

on rock, holding palm-branch
r.; in field to

r.; at her feet, river-god

Jp

:

border of dots.

— Tetradrachm.

Kydnos, swimming to

(W. T. Ready,
Babelon, Inv. IVaddingtoti, p. 261, n° 4623.

1905.)

Annius Verus and Commodus.
7659
PI
.

48
3. II

JE 17

Busts of Annius Verus and
facing each other
;

Commodus,

bare-headed and draped,
in saltire
;

277

between them, club and caduceus

above, star(?).
J$L.

Facade of decastyle temple

;

on architrave KOI NOC KIAIKIAC;

in field,

TAP COV

;

below,

MHTPOnO
A€OC
(Smyrna, 1891
.)

Cf.

B.M.Cat.,

p.

191, n° 165.

Septimius Severus.

7660
Pi.

342
22. 16

JE}6

AYT KAIC A C€fTT C€VHPOC C€B.
r.,

277

Bust of Septimius Severus to border of dots. laureate, wearing cuirass and paludamentum
:

fy.

AAPC€YHPIANHTAPCOVMHT TOON
'

r€TTAPX€IGON (around);

in field above, Kl AIKI A

;

in ex.,

A

A

A
.

£

^
her

J*
1.,

Tyche of Tarsus,
Kydnos
turret-

veiled

and turreted, seated to
to
1
.

1.; at

feet, river-god

swimming

;

approaching her from

two

veiled

and

ed female figures (Isauria and Cilicia), each holding wreath in raised r., 1. lowered ; behind her, a third small figure (Lycaonia)

advancing to

1.

with wreath in raised
Cf.

r.

(N. Dimitriou, 1905.)

B.M.Cat.,

p. 193,

n° 176.

663

CILICIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Caracalla.

7661
PI.

93-7
6.07

Billon

AVK MAVP C€OVHPANTn NINOC. Head
eate
:

of Caracalla to

r.,

laur-

277

23

border of dots.
of City, veiled
river-god

fy.

TVXH TAPCOVMHT. Tyche
1.

and turreted,
to

seated to

on rock
1.,

;

at
:

her feet

;

Kydnos swimming
(Ad. Hess
sale,

I.; in field to

AMK

border of dots.
1880.)
PI.

B.M.Cat.,

xxxv,

3.

Mionnet, III, p. 631, n° 458. Babelon, Inv. Wadding ton, p. 262, n° 4639.

7662
PI.

290

^33

AYT K MAVP C6VHPOC ANTflN€INOC C€B. Head
to L, laureate; in field,

of Caracalla

277

7sT9

on either

side,

n n
in

:

border of dots.

fy.

ANTHNIANHC C€VH AAPMHT;
MK
:

TAp C° Y
ex.,
.

B

Uon

walking to r.; above,

border of dots.
(F.R.Wiedemann, Smyrna, 1893.)

Cf. Mionnet, S. VII, p. 271, n° 456.

7663
PI. 277

245

^33

...

MAYP C€VHPOC ANTH- -OC C€B.
.

Bust of Caracalla to
;

r.,

15.87

laureate,

wearing cuirass and paludamentum

on

either side,

n n.

f£.

ANTHNIANHC C€VH AAP MHTP;
;

in ex.,
r.

I^toc

'

in field

above, T B

to

r.

.

Galley sailing to

:

plain border.

(F.R.Wiedemann, Smyrna, 1893.)
B.M.Cat.,
198 (PI. xxxvi, 1). Cf. Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 270, n° 455.
p. 199, n°

7664

37^
24. 10

^34

C€YHPOCA
:

OCC€B.

Bust of Caracalla to
;

1.,

laureate,

wearing cuirass and paludamentum n n border of dots.
f$L.

in

field,

on

either side,

AKM. Elephant
to

to r.; in field

r.
1.,

B

Ascribed

Tarsus.

664

CILICIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Maximinus.
7665
PI.

4*5

M 37

[AVT]
r.

KMOYOVH-MA
and draped;

277

26.88

laureate

in field,

:EIM€INOC C€. Bust of Maximinus n n border of dots.
:

to

I£.

TAPCOV.THC MHTPOnOA€0)C;
to
1.,

in field,

AM
1

K

;

to

r.

[.

B

Nike, on globe, advancing
in 1.:

holding wreath in
(O.
Vitalini,

r.

and palm
1900.)

border of dots.
Rome,
B.M.Cat.,
Mionnet,
p. 206, n° 230.

III, p.

641, n° 516.

Balbinus.

7666
PI.

277

310 JE 36 20.08

AVTK€C
of dots.
fy.

K€A BAAB6INOC C€B. Bust of Balbinus
;

to

r.,

laureate,
:

wearing paludamentum and cuirass

on either

side,

n n

border

TAPCOV MH TPOnOA€nNA
1.,

;

in field to

1.,

*J

.

B

Emperor,

in toga, standing to

sacrificing before altar: border of dots.

(O. Noury Bey, 1902.)

Gordianus Pius.

7667
PI.

363

JE}6

AVT KMANT TOPAIANOC C€B.

Bust of Gordian

III.

to

r.,

277

23.52

wearing radiate crown, paludamentum and cuirass, carrying shield and spear ; in field on either side, n n border of dots.
:

fy.

TAP CO Y MH TPO. Within
tall

distyle arched temple, Sandan,

draped, and wearing
r.

head-dress, quiver at back, standing to
r.

on horned

lion

;

holds in raised
'"

uncertain object; and in

1.,

radiate

crown;

in field to

M
K

I.,

;

to

r.

A B
r

border of dots.
(Macridi Pacha, 1892.)

Cf.

B.M.Cat.,

p.

Cf. Mionnet, III,

213, n° 257. p. 644, n° 535,

7668
PI.

473

^37

AVT KMANT rOPAIANOC.
radiate
side,

Bust of Gordian

III.

tor., wearing

277

30.65

crown, paludamentum and cuirass;
:

in field,

on

either

n n

border of dots.

665

CILICIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

fy.

TAPCOV MH TPOnOA€OC;

in

field

to

1.

M
K

;

to

r.,

B-

Winged female
head
piae
:

figure (Tyche-Panthea), draped, standing to front,
r.

L, holds in

rudder resting on globe, and in

1.

cornuco-

border of dots.
(Webster
sale,

1886.)

B.M.Cat.,
Mionnet,

p.

III,

216, n° 269. p. 647, n° 557.

7669
PI.

360

^37

AVT K M ANT TOPAIANOC C€B.

Similar; fin

:

border of dots.

278

23.32
36.

TAP COV MHTPOnOA€0)C

;

in field

to

1.,

M

;

to

r.,

B-

Nike

to
:

1.

on globe, holding

in

r.,

wreath, and in
(Webster

1.,

palm1886.)

branch

border of dots.
sale,

B.M.Cat.,
Mionnet,

p.

III,

216, n° 271. p. 647, n° 562.

7670
PI.

347

JE

3 5

Similar.

278

22.48

fy.

TAPCOV MHTPOnOA€nC AMKrB. Tyche
kalathos, holding in
r.

standing to
1.

1.,
:

wearing border of dots.

rudder, and in

cornucopiae

(Webster

sale,

1886.)

B.M.Cat.,
Mionnet,

p. 218,

n° 278.

III, p.

647, n° 555.

7671
PI.

278

JE 36 342 22.16

AVT K MANT TOPAIANOC C€B.
ing radiate crown,

Bust of Gordian
cuirass,
field,

III. to r.,

wear-

paludamentum and

holding shield

decorated with Gorgoneion, and spear; in n n border of dots.
:

on

either side,

fy.

TAPCOV MHTPOnOA
r.

in ex.,
its

€JXC;in
r.
:

field,

AMK

|

Br. Lion

to

bringing

down

bull

on

knees to

border of dots.
(Webster
sale,

1886.)

Cf.

B.M.Cat.,

p. 219,

n° 286.

Mionnet,

III, p.

645, no 543.

666

CILICIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

7672
PI.

256

JE 35

AVT KAICM ANT flNIOC TOPAIANOC C€B. Bustof Gordianlll.
to
r.,
:

278

T6T58

n n
T$L.
r.,

wearing radiate crown, paludamentum and cuirass border of dots.

;

in field,

TAPCOV MHTPOnOA€nC AM.

wearing short chiton and hunting boots
at

Artemis huntress moving to in 1. bow ; with r. ;

K
drawing arrow from quiver
dots.

her back

;

in field

1.

T

:

border of

B
(Webster
Cf. Mionnet,
III, p.

sale,

1886.)

644, n° 538.

Tranquillina.

7^73
PI.

210
13.60

JE 32

CABIN€IAN TPANKYAA€IN ANC. Bust of Tranquillina
.

to

r.

wear-

278

ing stephane, crescent border of dots.

at

shoulders

;

in field,

on either

side,

n n

:

A
fy.

TAPCOVM HTPOnOA€nC
1.,

;

in

field,

1.

M
K

r
'

,

r.

B .Tycheof
;

Tarsus seated on rock to

holding ears of corn in border of dots. river-god Kydnos swimming to 1
.

r.

at

her feet,

:

(N. Dimitriou, 1898.)
Cf. Mionnet, III, p. 650, n° 573.

Herennia

Etruscilla.

7674
PI.

21

JE 28

ANNIAN AITPOVCKIAAA N

C€. Bust of Etruscilla to
:

r.,

wearing

278

13.80

stephane, crescent at shoulders

border of dots.

A
$L.

TAPCOV MHTPOnOA€nC;

in field

1.

M
K

'

r

,

r.

Cultus-

B

statue ot Apollo Lykeios, nude, standing to front,

holding

in each

hand

a

wolf by the forelegs
p. 224, n° 307.

:

on omphalos, border ot dots.
(Smyrna, 1891.)

B.M.Cat.,
Mionnet,

III, p.

653, n° 59s.

667
84

CILICIA

No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Valerianus Senior.

7675
PI.

3Q6-5
19.86

M

32

AVK

Al

nO
n n

278

laureate,
side,

[OVAAJ EPIANOC. Bust of Valerianus Senior to r„ wearing cuirass and paludamentum in field, on either
;
:

plain border.

MHTtPOnOAEflC]. Three naked male figures, $1. TAPCOV each crowning themselves ; the central figure holds in 1., laurelbranch
:

palm-branch.
(Drlmhoof, 1896.)
Mionnet, 5. VII,
p. 289,
n<>

543.

7676
PI. 278

-111
20.47

^30

AV KAI nOAl

OVAA-.-AN

OC
Prize-crown with
r.,

.

Bust of Valerianus Senior to
cuirass.
...
1.,

r.,

wearing radiate crown, paludamentum and
1$L.

palm and

inscribed

MIA

resting
1.

on on
1.,

tripod; to

Dionysos, nude, standing to thyrsos, holding kantharos in r.; at his
looking up to him
;

resting with

feet,
r.

panther
;

to

in field,

above

AV
;

AP

ex.,

APV.

l€

(O. Noury Bey, 1903.)

668

ISLANDS ADJACENT TO CILICIA
No.

KINGS

No.
1

UNCERTAIN OF
No.

CILICIA

CYPRUS

673

-

CYPRUS

CYPRUS
Luynes, H. de, Numismatique
Six, J. P.,
et

Inscriptions Cypriotes, 1852.

Du

classement des Series Cypriotes, Rev.
. .
.

Num., 1883.
Phenicie, 1893,

Babelon, E. Les Perses Achhnenides

Chypre
1

et

Babelon, Traiti,
Hill,

&c,
Mus.

Paris,

901- 1927.

G.F.,

Brit.

Cat., Cyprus, 1904.

674

CYPRUS
No. Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION'

CYPRUS
A ma thus.
Uncertain King.
Cite.

B.C 450-390.

7683
PI.

169

^24

279

10.95

Lion lying r., jaws open; above, eagle flying to r., and between eagle and lion the sign § (mo.); double line of exergue, the lower dotted border of dots.
:

T$L.

Forepart of lion to

dots.

r.,

jaws open

;

truncation dotted

:

border of

Persic Stater.

Publ. by Sir H. \Y., in

Num.
PI.

B.M.C., Cyprus,

Cbron., 1896, p. 31, n° 64 (PI. xviu, 4 (this coin). Int. xxvi.

111,

17).

Cf. J. P. Six, p. 308, 18 (PI. vi, 21)

and

p. 307,

4 (PI. vn,

1).

Babelon, Traiti, PI. cxxxil, 17 (this coin).

Num.

Cbron., 1920, p. 100. British

Museum.

7684
PI. 279

54
3

5

iRi6

Similar type to preceding coin, but without the letter above the lion.
T$L.

53

Similar type to

border.

— Tetrobol.
H.W.,

last,

but in dotted square instead of round

Publ. by Sir

(Dimitriou, 1895.) n° 65 (PI. ill, 18). B.M.Cat., Cyprus, PI. xvm, 5 (this coin). Int. xxvi. Babelon, PI. cxxxn, 18 (this coin).
in

Num.

Cbron., 1896,

p. 31,

Num.

Cbron., 1920, p. 100. British

Museum.

7685
Pi.

25.8
1.67

^13

Similar type to preceding two coins, but without the letter; double
line of exergue, the
tyL.

279

lower dotted
last
;

;

a slanting line in ex.

Similar type to

within incuse.

— Diobol.

truncation

dotted

;

in

dotted square
sale,

(Gen Moore
1

1889.)

Publ. by Sir H.

W., Num. Cbron., 1896, p. 31, n° 66 (PI. Ill, 19). B.M.Cat., Cyprus, PI. xvm, 6 (this coin). Int. xxvi.
Babelon, PI. cxxxn, 19 (this coin).

Num.

Cbron., 1920, p. 100. British

Museum.

675

85

CYPRUS
No.
Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Zotimos
After
circ.

?

B.C. 385.
line of

7686
PI.

99-3

JK21

Lion lying to

r.,

jaws open
;

;

single

exergue

;

above
r.

ex.,

279

6.43

(DTSf, and below, (D-^JT
fyL.

above

lion, eagle flying to

Forepart of lion to

linear border.

— Rhodian
PI.

r.,

jaws open

;

in field to

r., (DT"JT

(Zw-Tt-[jLw):

Stater.
(Spink, 1894.)
(this coin). Int.

B.M.Cat.,

xvin, 8

xxvu.

Cf. Babelon, PI.

cxxxn, 21-23.

Rhoikos

?

Middle of Fourth Cent. B.C.

7687
PI.

279

33-7 2.18

M.

14

Head of
J$L.

lion to

r.,

jaws open
r.,

:

border of dots.

Forepart of lion to

— Rhodian Tetrobol.

dotted; in field to

r.,

head almost facing, jaws open ; truncation 9 (P0) linear border within concave field.
:

(Gen Moore
1

sale,

1889.)

B.M.Cat., p. 6, n° 18 (PI.
Babelon, PI.

11,

2).

cxxxm,

9.

Gitium.

{Larnaka).

Baalmelek
Circ.

I.

B.C. 479-449.

7688
PI. 279

160

JR.

22

Herakles, wearing lion-skin over head and hanging

down

his back,

10.36

advancing tor., holding in outstretched over his head. Type blurred.
J$L.

1.

bow,

in

r.

his club raised

Lion seated to
in field
1.

r.,

jaws open, in dotted square within incuse

square
head.

;

above lion

[71oq4 J J
L
'

'

.

\

before lion's feet, ram's

— Persic

Stater.
p. 9,

B.M.Cat.,

3

(this coin also

mentioned).

Cf. Babelon, PI.

cxxx,

3.

676

CYPRUS
No.

CYPRUS
No.

CYPRUS
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION'

fyL.

Lion to

r.

bringing
^ront

down
T

stag
?

kneeling
2 -l)
:

to

r.;

above,

U
^lY^rTl l^
'

m

= (=

square within incuse square.
Cf.

— Hemistater.
(Williamson, 1897.)
p. 22,

4

f° r

tne whole in dotted

B.M.Cat.,

n° 77.

Cf. Babelon, PI. cxxxi, 25.

Idalium.
(Dali).

Gras
Circ.

?

or Karas.

B.C. 460.

7696

164.8 10.68

JK

23

Sphinx, with curled wing, seated tol. on tendril or floral ornament; r. fore foot raised over lotus-flower; on 1. * (£a), r. TV (Kapa)
tyL.
:

border of dots.
spiral tendrils;

Lotus-flower on two
r.

on

1.,

outline of ivy-leaf;

on

astragalos

:

the whole within incuse circle.

Persic Stater.

(N. Theodoridi, 1892.)

B.M.Cat.,

p.

27, n» 13 (PI. v, 9).
5.

Babelon, PI. cxxxn,

Stasioikos, or Stasicypros.
Circ.

B.C. 460-450.
1.

7697
3

56 .62

JR. 17

Sphinx, with curled wing, seated to in front, on which she places her
1$L.

on

tendril
;

with lotus-flower
1.

r.

forefoot

on

*.

Lotus-flower on two
r.

spiral tendrils

;

on

1.

outline of ivy-leaf;

— square.

on

astragalos

:

the whole in faint linear border within incuse

Persic Tetrobol.
Cf.

B.M.Cat.,

p. 28,

(Rollin no 28 (PI. v, 16).

&

Feuardent, Paris.)

Cf. Babelon, PI.

cxxxn,

7.

Jameson

Cat., PI. lxxxi, 1625.

679

CYPRUS
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Marium.
(Polites ChrysochoiC).

Stasioikos

II.

(from before B.C. 315 to 312).

7698
PI.

22.4
i-45

N

11

Head of Athene
J$L.

to

1.,

in triple-crested Athenian helmet.
1.).

279

V*

(to r.)

<<

border of dots.

— Sixth

(to

Eagle with closed wings standing to
Stater.

1.:

(N. Dimitriou, 1891.)

B.M.Cat.,

Int. lx,

d (PI. xx, 9

;

this coin).

Babelon, Traite, PI. cxxxv, 18 (this coin also mentioned).

7699
PI.

io-5

A9

Head of Aphrodite
tyl.

to

1.

279

0.68

Head of Zeus
Sir

to r.; in field, in front,

MAPI.
;

— Obol.

B.M.Cat., Int. lxi, (PI. xx, 16 this coin). H. Weber, Num. Chron., 1896, p. 32, n° 67 (PI. in, 20).

m

7700
PI.

32

JE 15

Head of Aphrodite
1$L,

to

1.,

wearing myrtle-wreath

:

border of dots.

279

2.07

Ankh with

pellet in ring; the

whole

in wreath.
(N. Dimitriou, 1898.)

B.M.Cat., Imhoof, Monn. gr.,

Cf.

p. 34,

no

6.

p. 383,

n° 103.

Paphos.
Uncertain King, Pasi
Circ.
. .

.

?

B.C. 480.
Human-headed
line,

7701
PI.

162.9 JR 22
10.56

II

(above)

'H9

(in

exergue).
r.

bull

(the river
:

279

Bokaros) kneeling to border of dots.
1$L.

on dotted exergual

head reverted

/2\ (to

1.)

*

(to r.) Astragalos

:

dotted incuse circle.
(J.

Stater.

P. Lambros, 1884.)

Publ. by Sir

H.W., Num.

Chron., 1896, p. 32 (PI.

m,

21).
p.

B.M.Cat., Cyprus,

PI. xxi, 2 (this coin).

Also referred to on

35, n° 1.

680

CYPRUS
No.

CYPRUS
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

J$L.

**

(to 1.)
:

TVhV. Eagle standing

to 1.;

in front, ankh with

ring dotted
Stater.
B.

within dotted square in incuse square*.

Persic

M.

Cat., PI. xxi, 9 (this coin)

;

Int. lxix,

(N. Dimitriou, 1902.) note 3.

Babelon, Traite, PI. cxxxni, 24.

7707
PI. 279

165

A2I

Bull standing to
disk

1.

on dotted exergual

line

;

above, winged solar

IO.69

with pellet in centre; in ex., laurel-spray of ; two leaves and berry border of dots.
:

in front, ankh

m. *A(l.)TVhV
front,

(r.) (Ba-jt-Sa-xa-aa).

Eagle standing to

1.; in

one-handled vase: the whole in dotted square within incuse

square.
Pierced.

Persic Stater.

(Rollin& Feuardent, 1881.)
Cf.

Jameson

Cat., PI. lxxxi, 1627.

Pnu
7708
PI.

.

.

.

(Pnytos
r.,

II

or Pnytagoras

II).

279

4Q-3 2.61

JR. 14

Laureate head of Zeus to
^L. <i>* (Liu.
(Ua).

with a large hooked nose.

Eagle, with closed wings, standing to 1.; in front,

crux ansata, behind eagle, at top, spray of laurel with three Tetrobol. berries within beaded square in incuse square.
:

Publ. by Sir H.W., in Num. Cbron., 1896, p. 33, n° 69 (PI. in, 22). Reproduced by G.F.Hill, B. M. C, Cyprus, PI. xxi, 6. Int. lxviii and lxxiv. Babelon, PI. cxxxiv, 15 (this coin).

Num.

Cbron., 1920, p. 100. British

Museum.

Aristo

.

.

.

Second half of fifth cent.

B.C.
winged
solar

7709
Pi
.

170.8 JR. 22
11.07

Bull standing to

1.

on dotted exergual

line; above,

280

disk ; below, X (ri. a.); in front, below, ankh (ring consisting of outer circle of dots and inner linear circle with pellet in centre).
I$L.

^

Eagle flying to
:

from below
B.

incuse square. —

1.,

body and head seen

in profile,

tail

and wings

Persic Stater.

(W.T. Ready.)
M.
Cat., p. 40, n° 39 (PI, vin, 1). This coin also mentioned, p. 41.

Macdonald, Hunter Cat.,

Babelon, PI. cxxxiv, 25. II, p. S62, n°

1

(PI. cxi, 9).

682

CYPRUS
Metal

No.

Wt.

Size.

DESCRIPTION

Onasi

.

.

.

?

7710
PI.

23

JR. 12

Bull

2X0

1.49

standing to 1.; above, winged solar disk; in front, anhh with pellet in centre.

below,

1$L.

Eagle flying to

1.,

as

on preceding coin

:

within incuse square.
(N. Dimitriou, 1895.)

Diobol.
Cf. B.

M.

Cat., p. 41, n° 41 (PI.

vm,

3).

Cf. Babelon, PI. cxxxiv, 22.

77
PI
.

1 1

II

M.

11

Similar type
1$L.

;

ankb out of
;

field

:

border of dots.
:

280

0.71

— Obol. square.

Similar type

in

lower

1.

corner, K

dotted square within incuse
(O. Noury Bey, 1905.)

Salamis.
Euelthon.
(reigning as late as

B.C. 530-520).
below
.
.

7712
PI.

280

164.8 10.68

^19

Ram

lying to

1

.

;

above,

IOfV

.

.

;

.T.

.

.

BL. Smooth.

— Persic

Stater.
(Rollin

& Feuardent,

1887.)

Cf.B.M.Cat.,

p. 46,

2 (PI. ix,
1.

2).

Cf. Babelon, PI. xxvi,

7713
PI.

165.6
10.73

iRi9

Similar
I$£.

;

above,

IT-.

;

below

.

.

-T.

280

Smooth.

Persic Stater.
(Egyptian Hoard.)

Cbron., 1890, p. 6 (PI. 11, 1). Babelon, Traite, p. 577, n° 920 (cf. PI. xxvi, 2).

Greenwell,
Cf. B.

Num.

M.

Cat., p. 46, n°

3

(PI. ix, 3).

7714
PI.

171.8
11. 13

M.

20

Similar; traces of letters above.
T$L.

280

Smooth.

— Persic
1
.

Stater.

(W.T.
7715
PI
.

Ready, 1892.)

49

M.

15

Ram
J$L.

lying to

;

flaw above.

280

3-i7

Smooth.

— Persic Tetrobol.
(D. Kelekian, 1895.)
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 47, n° 6 (PI. ix, Cf. Babelon, PI. xxvi, 4.
5).

683

CYPRUS
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

7716
PI.

24-5
i-59

An

Ram
tyi.

lying to 1.; traces of letters above.

280

Smooth.

Persic Diobol.
(Sotheby
Cf. B.
sale,

1887.)

M.

Cat., p. 47, no 7 (PI. ix, 6)

Cf. Babelon, PI. xxvi, 5.

7717
PI.

H-5
0.94

JR10

Ram's head
J$L.

to

1.

280

Smooth.

Persic Obol.
(Spink, 1894.) B.

M.

Cat., p. 47. n° 8 (PI. ix, 7).

Babelon, PI. xxvi,

7.

7718
PI.

io-5

A9

Similar.

280

0.68
1$L.

Similar.


to

Persic Obol.

(W.T. Ready,
B.M.Cat.,
p. 47,

1896.)

n° 9 (PI.

ix, 8).

Babelon, PI. xxvi, 8.

7719
PL 280

35
0.23

A6

Ram's head
J$L.

r.

Smooth.

— Persic Tartemorion.
(Spink, 1894.)
Cf.

B.M.Cat.,

PI. ix, 9.

7720
PI.

26.9

JR. 14

T*rH"FT

(E'u'Fz'Xs.'bz^y-co'ae).

Ram

lying

to

r.;

above,

280

T74"

globule in inverted crescent.
tyL.

Ankh with

sign

Ku within
:

incuse square.

— Persic Diobol.
(W.T. Ready,
1892.)

Publ. by Sir

H.W., Num.

B.M.Cat.,

Chron., 1896, p. 29 (PI. in, 14). Int. lxxxvii c ; PI. XXIII, 8 (this coin).
bis (this coin).

Babelon, p. 583, n° 937

7721
pi.

21.2
1.37

A12

Ram
1$L.

lying to

1.

280

Similar.

Persic Diobol.
(Constantinople, 1892.)
Cf.

B.M.Cat.,

p. 48,

no 13 (PI.

ix, 11).

7722
pi.

22.3
1-45

JR. 12

Similar
tyL.

;

above Of^Xt* (Ba-ci-E-u).

280

Similar.

— Persic Diobol.
H.W., Num.
Chron., 1896, p. 30, n° 62 (PI.
rio.,939 bis (this coin).

Publ. by Sir

(W.T. Ready, m, 15).

1895.)

Babelon, p. 586,

684

CYPRUS
No.

CYPRUS
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Euagoras

I.

B.C. 41 1-374/3.
7728
PI.

10.3

AT8

Head of Herakles

to r., bearded,
:

wearing lion-skin with forelegs

280

0.67

knotted round his neck
J$L.

linear border. linear border.

Forepart of goat lying to r.; below, club:

A Stater.
(W.T. Ready,
B.M.Cat.,
p. 56,

1885.)

n° 53 (PI. xi, 15).

Babelon, PI. cxxvn, 23.

7729
PI.

48.2
3
.

JKI4

Herakles, beardless, nude, seated to

r.

on
r.

rock,

on which

is

spread

280

12

— AA)a(
J$L.
r.

his lion-skin
:

;

holds in

1.

horn, in

club; around, inscription,

border of dots.
to
:

Goat lying

r.

on exergual

line

;

around, inscription

.

.

8 $;

*
;

ex., F*

linear border.

Persic Tetrobol.

(W.T. Ready,
B.

1897.)

M.

Cat., p.

57, n° 57 (PI. xi, 19).
PI.

Babelon,

cxxvn,

30.

7730
PI.

46.5
3.01

JR. 14

Similar.

280

T$L.

Similar

:

no border.

Persic Tetrobol.

(O.NouryBey,
Cf. Babelon, PI.

1902.)

cxxvn,

29.

Nikokles.

B.C. 373
7731
PI.

Circ.

361.

42-9
2.78

N

12

Bust of Aphrodite to

280

1., wearing richly decorated Stephanos, earring and necklace; hair on forehead dotted, locks falling on shoulder and back border of dots.
:

]$L.

Bust of Athene to

1.,

wearing crested and laureate Corinthian

helmet, circular earring and necklace, locks of hair falling on neck

and back; to
B.

1.

$

;

r.

*

(£a*

Nf)

:

concave

field.

| Stater.

(H. Hoffmann, 1892.)

M.

Cat., p. 58, n° 61 (PI. XT, 22. This coin also mentioned).

Babelon, PI. cxxvin,

2.

686

CYPRUS
No.
Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

7732
Pi.

280

10.5 o 68
.

N

8

Similar.

J$L.

Similar; no inscription.
B.

— ^Stater.
(H. Hoffmann, 1884.)

M.

Cat., p. 59, n° 62 (PI. xi, 23).

Euagoras
Circ.

II.

B.C. 361-35 1.

7733
PI 280

9-3

AT8

Bust of Aphrodite to

0.60

turreted crown, drop earring, 1., wearing and drapery on shoulders behind, BA linear circle. necklace,
;
:

tyL.

wearing crested and laureate Corinthian helmet, drop earring, and dmpery on shoulders in the field,
Bust of Athene to
1.,

[E]Y— A.

— ^Stater.
Cf.
'

;

(N. Dimitriou, 1895.)

B.M.Cat.,
Archer
'

p.

59, n° 65 (PI.

xn,

2).

Cf. Babelon, PI.

cxxvm,

7.

For Coins of the

type, attributed to Euagoras, as satrap
cf.

of the Persian king,

PERSIA

infra.

(Issued at Salamis

;

circ.

B.C.

35 1-349).

7734
Pi.

24.9

yR.13

Bust of Aphrodite to

1.,

wearing turreted crown, drop earring,

280

TToT

necklace, and drapery

on shoulders; behind, EYA.
r.,

^L.

wearing crested and laureate Athenian and drapery on shoulders; linear border. helmet, drop earring, Rhodian Hemidrachm.
to

Head of Athene

(W.J.Webster, 1889.)
B.

M.

Cat., Int. cvi, 4

;

PI.

xxiv, 12 (this coin).
1 1

Babelon, Traite, PI.

cxxvm,

(this coin).

7735 PL 280

32-3

JE 12

Head of Athene
and necklace.
1$L.

to

1.

in crested

Athenian helmet, wearing earring

2.09

Forepart of bull kneeling to
B.

1

.

;

in front, I.
10).

M.

Cat., p. 61, n° 75 (PI. xn,

Babelon, PI.

cxxvm,

32.

687

CYPRUS
No. Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Pnytagoras.

B.C. 351-332.
7736
PI.

I08

iRi9

280

6.99

Bust of Aphrodite to L, wearing myrtle- wreath, hair flowing down neck; wears triple-drop earring, and necklace ; behind, nN.
1$L.

Bust of Artemis to

1.,

hair rolled and gathered

up and bound

behind,

some

tresses flying loose at
;

earring, and necklace Didrachm.

bow and

crown; wears single-drop Rhodian quiver at shoulder.

(N. Dimitriou, 1897.)

B.M.Cat.,

p. 63, n°

77 (PI. xn, 12).
28.

Babelon, PI.

cxxvm,

7737
Pi.

30.6

A12

Similar; goddess wears single-drop earring; behind,
J$L.

nN.

280

7798"

Bust of Artemis to
;

r.,

hair rolled

behind

wears single-drop earring, necklace, and

shoulders.

— Rhodian Tetrobol.
B.

on forehead and gathered up drapery on
(C.W.Thieme,
Leipzig, 1881.)

M.

Cat., p. 64, no 83 (PI. xn, 17). Babelon, PI. cxxvm, 29.

Nikokreon.

B.C. 33 1
7738
Pi.

Circ.

310.

94

^Ci8

Head of Aphrodite

280

6.09

down neck, wearing turreted and necklace; behind, hK. crown, single-drop earring,
to
r.,

hair flowing

^L. Head of Apollo to
behind, BA.

— Rhodian Didrachm.
B.

1.,

laureate, hair short;

bow behind
(Montagu

shoulder;
sale,

1896.)

M.

Cat., p. 64, no 85 (PI. xn, 19).

Uncertain.

Group C.
Before circa

B.C. 480.
between
legs,

7739
PI.

168.5

^22

Lion crouching to
border of dots.

r.,

jaws open,

tail

on exergual

line:

280

10.92

688

CYPRUS
No.

CYPRUS

No.

CYPRUS
No.

CYPRUS
No.

CYPRUS
No.
Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

7757

350 JE 32 22.68

.

AO

MN-

Similar.

1$L.

Similar.

— Trichalkon.
(1891.)
Cf. Babelon, P. A., p. 122, n° 824.

Caracalla.

77)8
PI. 281

JE 31 325 21 .06

MANTHiNCIj NOC AV TOVCTOC. Head
eate
:

of Caracalla to

r.,

laur-

border of dots.
of Aphrodite atPaphos: border
(1891.)
B.

fy.

KOINON KYnPlflN. Temple

of dots.

Dichalkon.
M.
Cat., p. 87, no 62 (PI. xvn, 9).

7759
PI.

268

JE 31

Similar.
Similar.

281

17.36
fy..

— Dichalkon.
(Alex. Grant Sale, 1890.)

7760

273

JE 31

Similar.
Similar.

17.69
Y$L.

— Dichalkon.
(1891.)

Babelon, P. A.,

p.

122, n° 827.

Mionnet, 5. VII,

p. 307, n° 15.

693

GALATIA

695

GALATIA

GALATIA
Wroth, B.M.Cat., Galatia, 1899.
Babelon, Inventaire Waddinglon, 1897.

696

GALATIA
No.
Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

GALATIA
(i)

Regal Series.

Amyntas.
B. C. 36-25.

776l
PI. 282

20.
r

5

A! 11

Head of Athene
.-w klT/~w AMYNTOY
A

to

r.,

wearing crested Corinthian helmet

*.

-33
l$L.

Nike, wearing chiton, peplos and elephant-skin
1.
;

head-dress, advancing to

diadem
*

;

1.

holds end of peplos. — AT

holds in

r.,

sceptre twined

with

Hecte.
as spurious,
cf.

The

gold hectae of
B.

Amyntas

are

now

generally considered
Hist.

Wroth,

M.

Cat., Galatia, Int.

xvm-xix. Head,

Num.,

191

1, p.

747.

7762
PI.

244
15.86

^28

Head of Athene

to

r.,

wearing crested Corinthian helmet.

282

^- AMYN t^v AMVki TOY
dem
;

Nike, wearing chiton, peplos and elephant-skin
1.
;

head-dress, advancing to
1.

holds end of peplos. — Tetradrachm.
B.

holds in

r.

sceptre twined with dia-

(Rollin

&

Feuardent.)

M.

Cat., p. 2, n«

1

(PL

1,

2).

7763
PL 282

133

JE 23

Head

of

bearded Herakles to

r.

;

club at neck

;

behind head,

fv\

:

8.6l

border of dots.
E

2

%L.

^it5!l il AMYNTOY

Lion walking to
B.

r.

:

border of dots.
sale; Frankfort-on-M., 1901.)
1,

(Wakher von Moltheim M. Cat., p. 3,n°9 (PL

5).

7764
PI.

114

M

22

Similar
J$L.

;

no monogram.
(Gen Moore
1

282

7.38

Similar.
sale,

1889.)

B.

M.

Cat., p. 3, n° 11.

697

GALATIA
No.

GALATIA
No.

GALATIA

GALATIA
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

fyL.

TT6CCIN
1.

looking

Asklepios in himation, standing to front, holding in r. serpent-staff border of dots.
:

OYNTIHN.

(Macridi Pacha, 1897.)
B.

M.

Cat., p. ai, n° 16.
p. 397,

Babelon, Inv. Wadd.,

n° 6665.

Mionnet, IV,

p. 393, n» 120.

Caracalla.

7777
PI. 282

274
17-75

JE 29

AVT K M AYP ANTON
ing cuirass and
tjc C"Clf4Ci\
J$L.
.

AYI". Bust of Caracalla to
:

r.,

laureate, wear-

paludamentum
Demeter

border of dots.

to r., holding flaming torch, driving
:

car

drawn by winged dragons
Imhoof, Tier

border of dots.
(O. Noury Bey, 190s.)

utid Pflati^enbilder, p.

73, n° 31 (PI. XII, 31).

7778
Pi.

241

JE 33

ANTHNINOC AYCOYCTOC.
laureate
:

Head of

Caracalla to

1.,

bearded and

283

15.61

border of dots.
standing to
:

fy.

n€CCINOY[NTin]N. Athene
r.

1.,

helmeted, holding

in

phiale, and resting

1.

on sceptre

border of dots.
(Macridi Pacha, 1892.)

Cf. Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 647, n° 78.

Tavium.
(Boyuk Nefe% Keui.)
Capital of the Trocmi, the principal tribe of Eastern Galatia.
Imperial Coinage.
(a).

Without heads of Emperors.
Titus

— Sept. Severus.
1.

7779
Pi.

184

JE 26

lEBAITHNON.
fyL.

Bull standing to

283

11.92

TPO KMON. Zeus of Tavium, wearing himation, seated facing on throne with arched back, feet on footstool ; r. hand rests on knee and holds thunderbolt; 1. resting on sceptre.
(Macridi Pacha, 1891.)
B.

M.

Cat.

,

p. 24,

3

(PI. v, 2).

Babelon, Inv. Waddington,

p. 399,

n° 6690 (PI. xix, 2).

701

GALATIA
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

(b).

With heads of Emperors.
Antoninus Pius.

7780
PI. 283

155

JE28

AYTOKPAKAIC ANTHN6INOC C6BACTOC. Head of
Pius to
r.,

Antoninus

IO.O4

laureate

:

border of dots.
in ex.,

fy.

C€BACTHTP...

;

OIP (=

169). Zeus of

Tavium,

wearing himation over lower limbs, seated to 1. on throne with arched back, holding in r. thunderbolt, resting with 1. on sceptre;

on

either side, eagle
:

;

the back of the throne adorned with three

statues

border of dots.

(Osman Noury Bey,
Babelon, Inv. Waddington,p. 399, n° 669s.

1903.

702

CAPPADOCIA

703

CAPPADOCIA

CAPPADOCIA
(I).

Regal Series.
:

Th. Reinaeh,

Trots royaumes de VAsie

Mineure

Cappadoce, Bithynie, Pont. Paris,

I

Wroth, B.M.Cat.,

Galatia, Cappadocia,

1899.

Babelon, Inventaire Waddington, 1897.

704

CAPPADOCIA
No.

CAPPADOCIA
No.

CAPPADOCIA
No. Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Ariobarzanes

I.,

Philoromaios.

B.C. 95-62.
7787
PI.

65.8

JR. 17

Head of Ariobarzanes

I.

to

r.,

wearing diadem.

283

4.26
fy.

BAIIAEni
(JHAOPHMAIOY
ton, standing to
I.
;

(r.).

[AP]lOBAPZANOY(l.).
(in ex.).
1.

Athene, wearing helmet and chihand supporting shield and spear ; on
;

outstretched
(31).

— Drachm.

r.,

wreath-bearing Nike

in field

1.

K;

in ex.,

AA

(A. O. van Lennep, 1892.)
B.

M.

Cat., p. 40, n° 22.

7788

65

iRi7

Similar.
Similar.

4.21
tyL.

— Drachm.
(Greenspan, Loudon, 1901.)

7789
PI.

59-9

yR. 17

Similar.

283

1~88"
tyL.

Similar; in field

1.

C33

;

in ex.

IT

(13)

;

to

r.

A.

— Drachm.
(Smyrna, 1891.)

Holed.
Cf. B.

M.

Cat., p. 39, n° 4.
p.

Mionnet, 5. VII,

720, n° 20.

Ariobarzanes

III.,

Eusebes, Philoromaios.

B. C. 52-42.

7790
PI.

5Q.8

iRi5

Head of Ariobarzanes

III.

to

r.,

bearded, wearing diadem.

283

3.29
#-.

BA2IA[Eni]

(above).
(to
r.,

APIOBAPZANOY EY2EBOYI

indistinct).

(1.).

KAI 4>IA[OPflMAIOYj (in ex.). Athene, wearing helmet and chiton, standing I., with usual attributes; in field to 1., crescent

and star; to

r.,

monogram,
Cf. B.

brt

and A.

— Drachm.
1.

(A. O. van Lennep, 1895.)

M.

Cat., p. 42, n°

707
89

CAPPADOCIA
No.

CAPPADOCIA
No.

CAPPADOCIA
No.

CAPPADOCIA
No.

CAPPADOCIA
No. Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Lucius Verus.

78lO
PI.

IOO

JE 18

. •

-C€BACT.
KAICA•

Head of Lucius Verus

to

r.,

laureate.

284
tyL.

Mount Argaeus; below, €T
Cf. B.

€ (year 8)

:

border of

dots.

M.

Cat., p. 70, n° 201.

Commodus.
78ll
PI. 284

283

JE 28

AYM KOMOAOC ANTHNINOC.
eate
:

Head of Commodus tor.,

laur-

18.33

border of dots.

J$L.

MHTPOn

KAICAP6IA. Agalma of Mount Argaeus, placed on

altar, inscribed

6T

N
M.

(year 13)

:

border of dots.
(Macridi Pacha, 1892.)

Cf. B.

Cat., p. 72, n° 213 (PI. xi, 9).

7812
PL
284

290

M

28

.

.MAVKOM
MHTPO;

ANTflNI. Bust of Commodus
:

to

r.,

laureate,

wearing

paludamentum
1$L.
• •

border of dots.
• •

KAIC-

Tetrastyle temple in
:

which agalma of Mount

Argaeus

in ex.

€T

Tl (year 13)

border of dots.
(Criona, Constantinople, 1893.) n° 103.

Mionnet, IV,

p. 421,

7813
PI.

JE 19

AVKMAYKOM ANTflNIN. Head
border of dots.
tyi.

of

Commodus

to

r.,

laureate

:

284

5.24

MHTPO

KAICAP. Male

figure,
1.

radiate,
;

wearing
in r.,
Tl

himation
branch
;

over lower limbs, seated to

on rock
on rock

holding
in ex.,

1.

hand placed on globe
border of dots.

resting

;

€T

(year 13)

:

("Webster sale, 1886.)
B.

M.

Cat., p. 73, n°

217

(PI. xi, 7).

Septimius Severus.

7814
PI.

134

JE 22

A C€TT C60VHP0C
border of dots.

TT€P.

Head of

Sept.

Severus to

r.,

laureate

:

284

8.68

712

CAPPADOCIA
No. Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

J$L.

MHTPOnO

KAICAr.,

••

The Emperor,
;

horse galloping to
dots.

hurling javelin

in ex.,

wearing chlamys, on border ot €T•

:

(Dr Imhoof, 1892.)
B.

M.

Cat., p. 76,

n<>

259.

Julia

Domna.

7815
PI.

80
5.18

IOVAIA
J$L.

AOMNA C€BACTH.

Bust of Julia

Domna

to

r.

284

MHTPOn

in ex.,

KAICAPIA. Agalmaof Mount A rgaeus placed on border of dots. date, €T K (= 20)
:

altar;

(A. O. van Lennep, 1892.)
Cf. B.

M.

Cat., p. 79, n°* 260-62 (for type).

Cf. Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 684, no 155.

Elagabalus.

7816
PI. 284

& 23
7-97

AYK MAYPHAI ANTCON6INOC. Head
border of dots.
1$L.

of Elagabalus to

r.,

laureate

:

MHTPO

KAICAP. Agalma of Mount Argaeus placed on
(== 3)
Cf. B.
:

altar

;

in ex. €"FT

border of dots.
(Christodoulos, Athens, 1902.)
Cat., p. 84, no* 287-293 (for type).

M.

Severus Alexander.

7817
PI.

196

& 28

AVK C€OV AA6ZAN.

Bust of Severus Alexander to
:

r.,

laureate,

284

12.70

wearing paludamentum and cuirass
fyL.

border of dots.
in ex.,

MHTPOnO

KAICAPI. Mount Argaeus;

€TZ

(7)

:

bord-

er of dots.
(A. O. van Lennep, 1892.)
B.

M.

Cat., p. 90, n° 327.

7818
PI. 284

102

JE 21

AVK C€OV AA6ZAN.
draped
T$L.
:

Bust of Severus Alexander to

r.,

laureate

and

6.61

border of dots.

MHTPO
(5)
:

KAICA. Three
border of dots.

ears of corn tied together

;

in field,

€T€

(Smyrna, 1891.)
B.

M.

Cat., p. 88, no 313 (PI. xn, 12).

713

CAPPADOCIA
No.

CAPPADOCIA
No.
Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Tyana.
(iioiv

Ki^ {or Kilisci) Hissar).
Imperial Coinage.

Antoninus Pius. 7822
PI.

130

JE 22

AVK ANTC0N6INOC C€BACT. Head
eate
:

of Antoninus Pius to

r.,

laur-

285

8.42

border of dots.
;

$L.

TYAN€GON-TTT-T-l€PACY-AVT

in

field

€T

01

(19).

The

Tyche of Tyana, wearing turreted head-dress, chiton, and peplos, seated to 1. on throne ornamented with winged monster; she
holds in her
r.

ears of corn

and bunch of grapes;

1.

hand resting

on

seat

;

beneath, upper part of river-god swimming.

(W. T. Ready,
Cf. B.

1899.)

M.

Cat., p. 97, n° 5.

Septimius Severus.

7823
PI.

209

JE 29

AV-KA C€n C60VHPOC
laureate
fyL.
:

(indistinct).

Head of Sept. Severus

to

r.,

285

13-54

border of dots.
bull to
r.
:

TYAN600N TTH6PACVA. Humped
Cf. B.

border of dots.

(Macridi Pacha, 1892.)

M.

Cat., p. 97, n° 8.

Caracal la.

7824
PI.

226
14.64

JE 28

AVT

KAI

MAVP ANTCONINOC.
:

Bust ofCaracalla to

r.,

laureate and

28s

bearded
l$L.

border of dots.
Asklepios holding serpent-staff, standfacing Hygieia, who stands feeding a serpent ; in ex., 16) border of dots.
;

ANT KOAfl TYANHN.
1.,

ing to

€TI9

(=

(Alishan, Constantinople, 1890.)

Mionnet, IV,

p. 441, n° 233.

7825
Pl.

239

JE 29

AVPAN THNINOC Head
$£.

of Caracalla to

r.,

laureate
r.
;

and bearded.
background,

28s

15.48

ANT KOAONI TVANON. Humped
in ex.,

bull to

in

two standards;

€T

IP {sic)

:

border of dots.
(N. Dimitriou, 1902.")

Cf. Mionnet, S. VII, p. 715, n° 329.

715
90

SYRIA

717

SYRIA

SYRIA
(a)
P. Gardner, Brit.
Sir E.

The Seleucid Kings.

Bunbury,
F.

Cat., Seleucid Kings of Syria, 1879. Kings of Syria, in Num. Chron., 1883, pp. 65 Unpublished Coins of E. Babelon, Les Rois de Syrie, 1890.
the

Mus.

ff.

Imhoof-Blumer, Die Mun^statte Babylon, in Num. Zeit., 1895. G. Macdonald, Hunter Catalogue, vol. Ill, 1905.

G. Macdonald, Early Seleucid Portraits , in Journ. Hell. Studies, 1903, pp. 92 ff., and 1907, pp. 145 ff.
E. T. Newell, The Seleucid

Rev. Ed. Rogers,

Num.

Chron., 4

th

series, vol.

Mint of Antioch, 19 18. XII (1912) vol. XIX (1919).
;

718

SYRIA
Metal
Size.

No.

Wt.

DESCRIPTION

SYRIA
The Seleucid Kings.

The Rev. Edgar Rogers has kindly looked through my MSS. and suggested many useful modifications in the classification and description of this series, for which I beg to express my indebtedness and gratitude to him.

Seleucus

I.

(Nicator).

(B.C. 3 12-280).
Period
I.

B.C. 312-306.
r.

7826
PL 285

85-3
5-53

JE 16

Head of Alexander
I£.

in elephant-skin to

[AAE]IANA[POY]. Nike standing

to

1.

;

in field

to

1.,

head of

horned horse.
Issued at Babylon (?).

7827
PL 285

133

Ni 9

Head of Athene

tor., in crested

Corinthian helmet adorned with

8.61

serpent, and wearing earring and necklace.

2EAEYKOY
#-.
.

>

1

'<.

Nike to

BA2IAE[ni]
1.,

1.,

clad

in

long chiton

with
1. ;

diplois, holding
in field to

wreath in extended

r.

and naval standard in
fc.

AP

and below,

W

;

to

r.,

Stater.

(N. Dimitriou, 190s.)

Minted

in the East, probably east of Babylon.

7828
PL 28s

263

^28

Head of young Herakles

in lion-skin to

r.

:

border of dots.

17-04

^- 2EAEYKOY 5t ? Lvl^v
limbs
;

%W
[to 1.)
;

Zeus seated

to

1-.

himation about lower

r.

foot
1.

leaning with
Si
;

drawn back, holding eagle on extended r., and on sceptre ; in field to 1., dolphin to 1. and mon.
exergual line
:

under throne, AB drachm.

border of dots.

— Tetra;

(Montagu

sale,

1896

lot

689.)

719

SYRIA

No.

SYRIA

No.

SYRIA

No.

SYRIA

No.

SYRIA
Metal
Size.

No.

Wt.

DESCRIPTION

draped over r. thigh, seated to 1. on omphalos, holding arrow in extended r. and bow behind him ; to 1., star, and A ; in front
of Apollo's
feet, lyre.

Stater

*.
sale,

(Frankfort Babelon, p. 48, n° 355 (PI. ix, 6).
*

Oct. 1890.)
see

For decisive proofs as to the attribution of

this coin to

Antiochus

II,

Mac-

donald,

J.H .5.,

1900, pp. 92 sqq.

7848
PI.

286

264 17.10

^28

Head of Antiochus
d,

II.

to

r.,

diademed

:

border of dots.
,

*' ANTIOXOY

BAIIAEHZ

(r.
(1.

downwards) A ,, Apollo, downwards)'

laureate, seated to

.

,

.

,

1.

on

omphalos, chlamys draped over right thigh ; holds two arrows in outstretched r., and bow in 1. behind him ; on 1., outside
inscription,
JZJ
;

to

r.

HP

:

border of dots.

— Tetradrachm.
3).

(D. Kelekian, 1893.)

B.M.Cat.,p.

8,

3

(PI.

111,

7850
PI.

358.3
16.74

iR28

Head of Antiochus
border of dots.
t),

II.,

diademed, tor., one end of diademed flying:

286

ty"

BA1IAEOZ (r. downwards) llTlrtu «wn a v ANTIOXOY (1. downwards)
.

4

Apollo, laureate, naked but for ' ' r

A

,,

,

_

,

1

,

c

chlamys draped over r. thigh, seated to 1. on omphalos, holding arrow in extended r., and bow in 1. behind him ; on L, outside
inscription,

&;

to

r.

Al.

— Tetradrachm.
p. 20,

(Bunbury
B.M.Cat.,
n° 11.
Cf. Babelon, PI. ix, 7.

sale,

1896, II; lot 480.)

7851
PI.

286

264.2 ^R.29 17.12

Head of Antiochus
down.
t>,

II.,

diademed, to

r.

;

end of diadem hanging

*" ANTIOXOY
bow
mon.
Minted
in
1.

BA2IAE02

(r.
(1.

downwards) downwards)*
r.
1.,

n A P oll °'
.

1 „ u * r laUreate ' naked but f° r
,

i

chlamys draped over
behind; to
B*.
at

thigh, holding

arrow
;

in extended
in ex.,

r.

and

— Tetradrachm.
Babelon,

long flaming torch

eagle,

and

Cyzicus.

(Bunbury
B.M.Cat.,
p. 39, p. 21,

sale, 1896, II

;

lot

478.)

n° 14.

no 287 (PI.

vm,

4).

724

SYRIA

No.

SYRIA

No.

SYRIA

No.

SYRIA
Metal
Size.

No.

Wt.

DESCRIPTION

Seleucus

III.

(Ceraunus).

(B.C. 226-222).
7867
PI.

62

JR. 18

Head of Seleucus

III.,

with whiskers, diademed, to
d

r.

287

4.OI

*

lEAEYKOvfr
r.

do°=4- A P°»°> ^1.

"»>«

fa

*»»

draped over right thigh, seated to
in outstretched

legend,

/P.

— Drachm.

and

1. on omphalos, holding arrow on bow ; in field to 1., outside resting

(N. Dimitriou, 1902.)

Antiochus

III.

(the Great).

(B.C. 223-187).
7868
PI.

262
16.97

iR28

Head of Antiochus

III.

to r.,

diademed; ends of taenia hanging

287

down
!&• ^

:

fillet

border.

ANTIOXOY

^...^w^w/i'
(1-

i

downwards)

j

v

Apollo, naked but for chlamys K J
'

draped over r. thigh, seated to 1. on omphalos, holding arrow in extended r. and bow in 1. behind him; in field to 1., outside inscription,

&.

Tetradrachm.
(D r Imhoof-Blumer,
B.M.Cat.,
p. 26, n° 26.

1896.)

Babelon, p. 49, n° 367. Mionnet, S. VIII, p. 20, n° 109.

7869
PI.

264.8
17. 16

^28

Head of Antiochus
end of taenia
J$L.

III.

to

r.

(middle aged), diademed
:

;

only one

287

visible,

and hanging down
;

fillet

border.

anchor inverted. — Tetradrachm.
(Rollin

Similar legend and type

in

field

to

1.,

outside inscription,

&

Feuardent

;

from Th. Tobin Collection.)

Babelon,

p. 51,

n° 383.

7870
PI.

287

263-3 17.06

^.27

Head of Antiochus III.

to

r.,

with sharp features, diademed ; both ends

of taenia hanging down.

#-•

ANTIOXOY

d0wnwar f^l^fr downwards) ^.
,

Apollo, naked but for chlamys v

(1.

728

SYRIA
Metal
Size.

No.

Wt.

DESCRIPTION

around waist, seated to Tetradrachm.

1.

on omphalos, holding arrow and bow.
(Constantinople, 1891.)

Cf. Babelon, p. 49, n° 366 (PI. ix, 10).

7871
PI.

260.9 JEL26
16.91

Youthful, diademed head of Antiochus

III.,

with slight whisker

;

287

ends of diadem hanging down.

D KL.
,

ANTIOXOY(l- downwards)
draped over
r.

BAIIAEOI (r. downwards) .„ 1T1 ^ w ^ w >i <•
1 j

.

Apollo, naked but for cnlamys Y J

,,

111

r

11

r.

thigh, seated to
1.

and

rtsting

inscr.

Y

and £.

— Tetradrachm.
Newell,

1. on omphalos, holding arrow in on bow behind him in field to 1., outside
;

(Bunbury
PI.
1,

sale, II,

1896

;

lot

461.)

7.

7872
PI.

264-7
17.15

JK2-

Youthful, diademed head of Antiochus
flying
:

III.

one end of diadem

287

border of dots.
.
, , ,
,.

u

,

*¥-.

,, L J BA2IAEn[2](r. downwards) f ,, >, ,<. Apollo, naked, but for cham(I. downwards) ys draped over right thigh, seated to 1. on omphalos, holding arrow in outstretched r., resting 1. on bow on 1., outside inscrip-

.._ 1A „ A U ANTIOXOY
.

1

'

;

tion, horse's

head tol.

and [£p

j

and to

r.

CT.

— Tetradrachm.

7872A
PI.

261

.

5

iR

29

Head of Antiochus
loosely

III.

to

r.,
:

diademed

;

ends of diadem hang

down

287

16.54

one end

flying
>i

border of dots.

^- ANTIOXOY

downwards" downwards) A ,, <. Apollo seated to 1. on omphadownwards) in field to r. and 1. outside los, holding arrow in r. and bow in 1. and ISP. Tetradrachm. inscriptions, |yp (Rollin & Feuardent.)
(r.
(I.
,

BAIIAEOI

11

1

,

'

*

;

Cf. Babelon, PI. ix, 7.

7873
PI.

634
4. II

yRi9

Head of Antiochus
ing down.

III.

to

r.,

diademed; both ends of taenia hang-

287

#• ANTIOXOY

'

Bephant

t0

r'

;

t0

r*

W

"
-

"

Drachm

'

(W.
Cf.B.M.Cat.,
Babelon,
p. 28,

S. Lincoln.)

n° 31.

p. 52,

n° 396.

729

SYRIA
Metal
Size.

No.

Wt.

DESCRIPTION

7875
PI.

285

,E28

Head of Apollo (with
er of dots.

features of Antiochus) to

r.,

laureate

:

bord-

287

I5.87
r>.

BL.

BA2IAEH2 .*,_.-.„,«.„ ANTIOXOY
1.,

ing to

downwards indistinct) A n a a\ Apollo, naked, standv (1- downwards) Double holding arrow in r. and resting 1. on bow.
(r.
,,
, 1
.

,

'

*

Chalcous.
(Edinburgh
sale,

1887.)

7876
PI.

187
12. II

^27

Head of Apollo
T>,

to

r.,

similar to last

:

border of dots.
.

287

*" ANTIOXOY

BA2IAEH2

(r.
(1.

downwards) downwards)'

^ Tn

P od

,

.

'>

in field t0

c

,1

.

^ l >™,

Double Chalcous.
(Montagu
Cf. Babelon, PI. x, 9.
sale.)

7877
Pi.

JEi$
12.
ii

Head of Antiochus

III.

to

r.,

diademed
t0

:

border of dots.

287

*
1.,

Mare [A]NT,OXofY] (bdof)Double Chaclous. p$P-

'•

s

-klin S
3).

M

>

in field t0

(Montagu
Cf. Babelon, p. 58, n° 446 (PI. xi,

sale.)

Achaeus, Usurper.

(B.C. 214).
7878
75

^Ei8

Head of Apollo
-d,

to

r.,

laureate.

4.86

*"

BAZIAEH2 AXAIOY
its

(r.

downwards)

-n

over

0- downwards} shoulder. Chalcous.

Ea S le ^ t0
1

r-

L u WIth P^'"-tranch
,

•,

(Montagu
Cf.B.M.Cat.,
p.

sale,

1894; lot 359.)

30, n°

3.

7879
Pi.

70
4-53

JE 18

Similar.

287

tyL.

Similar

;

countermarked with horse's head

to

r.

Half-Chal-

cous.

(A.O.van Lennep,

1892.)

730

SYRIA
Metal
Size.

No.

Wt.

DESCRIPTION

Seleucus IV. (Philopator).

(B.C.188/7-176/5).

788O
PI.

260

5

^29

Head of Seleucus IV.
upwards, the other
r>, YL.

to

r.,

diademed

;

one end of diadem
:

flies

288

falls

forward over shoulder
A
,,
,
,

fillet

border.

BA2IAEOI (r. downwards) 11t .^w^w/i v ANTIOXOYO- downwards)
1 \

Apollo, naked, but for chlamys r
•>

,

c

,

,

over
ed
r.

r.

thigh, seated to

1.

tion, star.

and leaning with 1. Tetradrachm.

on omphalos, holding arrow in extendon bow; in field to 1., outside inscrip(Tebbs
sale,

1900.)

Newell, PI. 11, 31. Macdonald, Hunter Cat., PI. lxvi,

1.

7881
PI.

267-4

^28

Head

of Seleucus IV.

to

r.,

diademed

;

one end of diadem
:

flies

288

1733

upwards, the other

falls

forward over shoulder
,,
1 j

border of dots.
1

BA2IAEOI (r. downwards) A <• Apollo, naked, w >i * IEAEYKOY(l- downwards)
1
1

but lor chlamys J

r

11

draped over r. thigh, seated to 1. on omphalos holding arrow in r. and leaning with 1. on bow in front of figure, 4- ; outside
;
;

inscription

1.,

palm-branch

;

in ex.,

I

A

:

border of dots.

— Tetra-

drachm*.
(Rollin
Cf. Macdouald,
*

&

Feuardent.)

Hunter Cat.,

PI. lxvi,

4 (for obv.).

This variety of Seleucus IV. from the Antioch

(?)

mint

is

not recorded by

Newell, The Seleucid Mint of Antioch.

7882
PI.

2637 ^.29
17.09

Head of Seleucus IV.
wards
:

to

r.,

diademed

;

ends of diadem flying up-

288

fillet

border.
(r.

D RL.
,

BA2IAEHI

ZEAEYKOY(l- downwards)

-„.,«« )i

downwards)
1 1

v

* n au + c ui Apollo, naked but for chlamys J
\ '

draped over r. thigh, seated to 1. on omphalos, holding arrow in extended r. and resting 1. on bow behind him ; in field to I., outside inscription, filleted

palm-branch
(Rollin

;

in ex.,
;

<[).

— Tetradrachm.

&

Feuardent

from

Sir

Th. Tobin Coll".)

B.M.Cat., p. 31, n° 11. Newell, The Seleucid Mint of Antioch, p. 15, n° 38
Babelon,
p.

(PI. ill).

62, n° 468.

731


92

SYRIA
Metal

No.

Wt.
Size.

DESCRIPTION

7883
PI.

262.5 JR. 28
ij.oi

Head of Seleucus IV.
border of dots.

to r.,

diademed

;

behind, KE and wreath

288

ty

BA2IAEH2 (r. downwards A oll 2EAEYK0Y ^do=r§- P °.-

brf

-^«-^'
1903.)

border of dots.

— Tetradrachm.
B.M.Cat.,

(Osman Noury Bey,
p. 31,

1.

Cf. Babelon, p. 63, n° 476.

7884
PI.

117

JE 19

Bust of young Dionysos to
sos
;

r.,

288

7.58

in the field to

I.,

mon.

ivy-crowned; behind shoulder, thyrborder of dots.

A

'

2EAEYK0Y

(below)*

Serrated edge and central hole.

Chalcous.

(A.O.van Lennep,
Babelon,
p.

1891.)

64, n° 492 (PI. xi, 17).

Antiochus IV. (Epiphanes).

(B.C. 176/5-165/4).
7885
PI.

^
16.28

33

Head of Antiochus IV.

to

r.,

diademed

:

fillet

border.

288

ty-.

ANTIOXOY (r. downwards) Zeus Olympios, Eni(J>ANOY2 (1- downwards). NIKH<t>OPOY (in ex.) naked to waist, one end of chlamys over 1. shoulder, holding wreath-bearing Nike 1. on extended r., 1. resting on sceptre ; on
BAIIAEHI
I

QEOY

I

1.,

outside inscr., -4.

— Tetradrachm.

(W.
Newell,
p. 29, PI. iv, 67. p. 35, n° 17. p. 48, n° 47.

S. Lincoln.)

Cf.B.M.Cat.,

Macdonald, Hunter Cat.,

7887
PI.

288

251 yR.29 16.26

Head of Antiochus IV.

to r.,

diademed

;

end of diadem hangs

down
p. T".

:

fillet

border.

BA2IAEOI (r. downwards) ANTIOXOY Eni<j>AN[OY2] (1- downwards)'
I

7 nak€Cl to Zeus > -.aLi tn

waist,

one end of chlamys draping

1.

shoulder, holds wreath-

732

SYRIA

No.

SYRIA
Metal
Size.

No.

Wt.

DESCRIPTION

Zeus standing to 1., himation over shoulder, holds thunderbolt Chalcous. and sceptre ; at his feet, eagle.

(L.

&

L. Hamburger, 1898.)

Cf.B.M.Cat.,

p. 37,

no 32

;

PI.

xn, 6.

7892
PI. 288

"7
71.58

JE 20

Head of Antiochus IV.
p,

to

r.,

radiate

:

border of dots.

*"
1.,

BA2IAEH2
I

ANTIOXOY (r. downwards) OEOY Em+ANOYZ (L downwards)'
|

7 Zeus seated to l

^1^1

on throne, holding
sceptre
;

in extended

r.

beneath throne, PP.
B.M.Cat.,

— Chalcous.
n<>

wreath-bearing Nike, and in
(Billoin sale, lot 792.)

p. 37,

31.

7893
PI.

533

^34

Head of Zeus

to

r.,
:

laureate and bearded, laurel-wreath ending in

288

34.52
tj.

symbol of Osiris

border of dots.
. ,

*"

.. ANTIOXOY (r. downwards) v E *% k Wlth closed Eni<|)ANOYZ (L downwards)' Pentechalcous. wings, standing to r. on thunderbolt.

BAXIAEH2

I

,

OEOY

>

I

(Montagu
Babelon, PI.

sale,

1894;

lot 359.)

Cf.B.M.Cat., p. 38, n° 42 (PI. xn, 11).

xm,

15.

7894

256
76\~5~8

JE26

Bust of
of

Isis to r.,
:

wearing corn-wreath ending above in headdress

Isis

border of type.

^6. Similar type.

— Double Chalcous.
(Montagu
sale,

1894;

lot

359.)

Cf B
.

.

M

.

Cat

.

,

p. 38, no

45 (PI. xn,

1

2).

Babelon, PI.

XII, 16.

7895
PI.

"7
7.58

JE 20

Head of Antiochus IV.
^6. Similar type.

to

r.,

radiate

;

border of dots.

288

— Chalcous.
(Montagu
sale,

1894;

lot

3

59.)

B.M.Cat.,

p. 38,

no 48 (PI. xn, 13).

Babelon, PI.

xm,

17.

Antiochus V. (Eupator).

(B.C. 164-162).
7896
PI. 288

263.8 17.09

^.27

Head of Antiochus V. diademed,

to

r.

:

fillet

border.

734

SYRIA

No.

SYRIA

No.

SYRIA

No.

SYRIA

No.

SYRIA
Metal
Size.

No.

Wt.

DESCRIPTION'

7911

SYRIA

No

SYRIA

No.

SYRIA
Metal
Size.

No.

Wt.

DESCRIPTION

^L. Similar; beneath Nike, B

|

A.

— Tetradrachm
(W.
S. Lincoln.)

B.M.Cat.,

p. 72,

n° 36.

Newell, p. 79, n° 313. Macdonald, Hunter Cat., n°

4.

7922
PI-

60

A

18

Head of Antiochus
I

VII. to

r.,

diademed
r.)

:

fillet

border.

290

3.88

u, ™' BAIIAEHI ANTIOXOY(to

EYEPrETOY

(to 1.V

. , , . xri Nlke advancin BtAlL > holds g t0
,

wreath in outstretched
outside inscr., A.

r.

and gathered drapery

in

1.

;

on

1.,

Attic

Drachm.
(Criona, Constantinople, 1891.)

Cf. B.M.Cat., n° 40.

Demetrius

II.

Second Reign.

(B.C. 129-125).
7923
PI.

290

243-6 15-79

^29

Head of Demetrius

II.

to

r.,

bearded and diademed
a ZeuS '

:

fillet

border.

p,

AHMHTPIOY(tor.) *' OEOY NIKATOPOI (to l.J"
1
I

BAIIAEHI

»

,

naked

,

.

t0

m

.

WaiSt >

enthroned to
1.

1.,
;

— Tetradrachm.

on

sceptre

holding wreath-bearing Nike in r., and resting on I., outside inscription, I; beneath throne, O.
(W.
B.M.Cat.,
Newell,
p. 77,

S. Lincoln.)

no 17.

p. 82, n°

320 (PI. x).

Bab., p. 157, no 1212.

Phoenician Issues (B.C. 129-125).

7924
PI.

212.6

^29

Head of Demetrius
about neck
fy.
to
:

II.

to r., diademed, beardless,

wearing chlamys

290

7T78

border of dots.

BA2IAEOI AHMHTPIOY
1.

on beak of

galley

;

(fromr. downwards). Eagle standing wings closed ; behind palm ; in field 1.
field to r.

and Tyrian monogram on club; in

A£ and

date,

EnP (=
drachm.

127 B.C.); between

legs,

IY1

:

border of dots.

— TetraS. Lincoln.)

(W.

742

SYRIA

No.

SYRIA

No.

SYRIA
Metal
Size.

No.

Wt.

DESCRIPTION

A

wreath. — Tetradrachm.

;

on

1.

between figure and

inscr.,

H

:

the

whole

in laurel-

(D. Kelekian, 1899.)

Newell,

p.

108, n° 415.

B.M.Cat.,

p. 91,

5

(PI.

xxv,

1).

7932
PI.

254
16.46

^30

Head of Antiochus IX.
border.

to

r.,

diademed, with slight beard

:

fillet

291

^ ^

BAIIAEHI ANTIOXOYfto (to 4>IAOnATOPOI
i

r.)
J

f

&

I.)
l\€.

^^
v
:

J ^

in field to

1.,

outside inscr. A/ and

-- Tetradrachm.
(J. P.

Lambros, 1895.)

7933
Pi. 291

60

.fCi7

Head of Antiochus IX.
r>,

to

r.,

diademed, and beardless
r.)
1

fillet

border. u bow

3.88
*%-•

^

[BA]2IAEHZ ANTIOXOYfto a. ~„..L-~„~w /.
I

4>IAOnATOPOY
at

c v Sandan
,

#

to

r.

on v lion

:

(to
field to

1.)
1.,

and quiver

shoulder; in

outside inscr.,

grams, the upper one H, the lower,

[~P.

— Drachm.

two mono-

(W. T. Ready,
Cf. Babelon, Rois Je Syrie, PI. xxvi, 13. Cf. Num. Chron., ser. IV, vol. XIX, PI. xi, 4.

1897.)

Seleucus VI.

(B.C. 95-94)-

7934
PI. 291

252
16.33

^27

Head of Seleucus VI.

to

r.,

diademed

:

fillet

border.
A naked „ waist to
,

D *"
,

BAZIAEHI

I

ETTlcfrANOYI enthroned to 1., holds
!

IEAEYKOY (to NIKATOPOl(to
in

r.)
l.Jr.

7 Zeus

'

'

extended

wreath-bearing Nike,

1.

on 1., outside inscr., £ over A; beneath resting on sceptre the whole surrounded by laurel-wreath. Tetrathrone, C
;
:

drachm.
(Bunbury
n° 424 (PI. xn). n° 151 1. Cf. Babelon, PI. xxvn, 1
sale,

1896;

lot

585.)

Newell,

p.

1

1

1,

;

745

SYRIA

No.

SYRIA

(B).

Autonomous and Imperial

of Syria, Phoenicia, &c.

Wroth, B.M.Cat.,

Galatia, Cappodocia, Syria, 1899.

Babelon, Perses Achhnenides, 1893.

De

Saulcy, Numismatique de la Terre Sainte, Paris, 1874.
the Sea into

D

r

Head has divided the coinage of the whole region between the Euphrates and
:

twelve Districts, in the order adopted by Eckhel
I.

COMMAGENE.
CYRRHESTICA.
CHALCIDICE.

[I.

III.

IV.

PALMYRENE.

SELEUCIS and PIERIA. COELE-SYRIA. VII. TRACHONITIS. VIII. DECAPOLIS. IX. PHOENICIA. X. GALILAEA. XI. SAMARIA. XII. JUDAEA.
V.
VI.

747


94

SYRIA

No.

SYRIA

No.

SYRIA

No.

SYRIA
Metal
Size.

No.

Wt.

DESCRIPTION'

B€POI

^-

AICON
r

within laurel-wreath

:

border of dots.
(W.S.Lincoln, 1888.)

B.M.Cat.,

p.

131, n° 7 (PI.

xvn,

1).

Ael 1US.

7949
J

188
12.
1 {

JE 25

I

A-

AIAIOC KAICAP. Head of Aelius

to

r.,

bare. Tooled.

PI.

292

BE
$L.

AliiN

,^

within laurel-wreath.
(Edinburgh
Cf. Mionnet, S. VIII, p. 108, n° 25.
sale, 1887.)

Hieropolis.
Originally Bambyce,
Nicator, wlv

built there a
city.

now Mcmbij. Changed to Hieropolis by Seleucus nau temple for Atargatis (Astarte), the great
p.

goddess of the

(H.N.,

777).

Imperial Coinage.

Caracal la.

7950
PI.

219
14.19

fiL

27

AVT KMAPKOC AVPHA ANTfl [NINOC
r.,

C€B]. Bust of Caracalla to

292

bearded and laureate, wearing cuirass and paludamentum.
Atargatis, wearing chiton

l$L.

[0€AC CVPIACl l€POnOAITflN.
r.
1.

and
r.
;

peplos, seated to

on throne, on each
:

side of which, lion to

she holds in

tympanum
B.M.Cat.,
p.

border of dots.
(R.Serrure, Paris, 1894.)
144, n° 51 (PI.
p.

Cf.

xvn,

15).

Mionnet, V,

141, n° 51.

Severus Alexander.

7951
PI.

240
15-55

^28

[AVT]KAIMAP AVP C6 AA6IANAPOC
ander to
fy.
r.,

C

.

Bust of Severus Alexcuirass.

292

wearing radiate crown, paludamentum and
Atargatis,
r.

0€AC CVPIAC l€POnOAIT[CON].
chiton and peplos, seated to
is

dress,

wearing tall headon throne, on either side
;

of which

a lion

;

she holds in

1.

tympanum
145, n° 55.

her

r.

elbow

rests

on

side of throne

:

border of dots.
Cf.

B.M.Cat.,

p.

751

SYRIA
Metal
Size.

No.

Wt.

DESCRIPTION

III.

CHALCIDICE:
Chalcis.
(Kinnesrin).

Near Beroea

(Aleppo).

Imperial Coinage.

Trajan.

7952
PI. 292

185

JE 22

Bust of Trajan to

r.,

laureate,

wearing paludamentum and

cuirass.

11.98
fy-

OAXAA
KIA6G0N within A
Cf.

laurel- wreath.

(Edinburgh

sale,

1887.)

B.M.Cat.,

p.

147, no

1

(PI.

xvm,

1).

Lucius Verus.

7953
Pi.

157

JE 24

AVPHAIOC OYH-

Bust of Lucius Verus to

r.,

laureate.

292

10.17

tyL. <t>AA

XAAKIA6C0N-

Female figure standing to

1.,

holding

palm-branch, spear and shield.
Mionnet, V, p. 145, n° 15. Cf. type Macd., Hunter Cat. IV (PI. lxxi, 26).

IV.

PALMYRENE.
Weber
Collection.

No

coin of this District in the

V.

SELEUCICIS

AND

PIERIA.

Antiochia ad Orontem.
The Capital of the Seleucid Empire, and one of the most splendid cities , of the ancient world. The chief mint of the royal coinage (H.

N

.

p.

778).
First Century

B.C.

Caesarian Era, beginning (at Antioch)

B.C. 49.
andturreted head-

7954
PI.

53

-

5

JE 16

Head of theTyche of Antioch
dress
:

to r.,

wearing

veil

292

3-47

border of dots.

752

SYRIA

No.

SYRIA

No.

SYRIA
Metal
Size.

No.

Wt.

DKSCRII'TION'

APXJE
fy--

PATIKON Within ANTIO
XEII ZK(2 7 )

wreath.

(Webster

sale,

1886.)

B.M.Cat.,

p. 167,

no 155.

Tiberius.

796$
PI.

146

.£2*

C6BACT0C C€BACTOV KAICAP. Head
border of dots.

of Tiberius to

r.,

bare

:

292

9.46

A €nici
r»,

AA NOV
AK1Tin

*
.

,

.

.
,
,

1%..

within laurel-wreath.

X€HN
€M(45)
*

D. Caecilius Metellus Creticus

Sil.inus, Lt*atus

of Syria, A.D.11-17.

(Gian Louisides, 1905.)

B.M.Cat.,

p.

169, n° i$2 (PI. xx, 14.)

Nero.

7966
PI.

240

JE 30

IMNERCLAV. CAESAR.
simpulum
T$L.
:

Head of Nero tor., laureate;

in front,

292

1555

border of dots.
:

S C

in

laurel-wreath

border of dots.
(Sotheby
sale,

1888.)

B.M.Cat

,

p.

173, n° 179.

Vespasian

.

7967
PI.

210
1

^25

AVTO-KP KAI2 OVEinAIIA. Head
border of dots.
fyL.

of Vespasian tor., laureate

:

292

3

.

60

ET0V2
;

T lEPOV- Eagle to
to
1.,

1.,

open

in field

club

downwards

wings holding wreath in beak border of dots.
; :

Tetrad rachm.
(W.S.Lincoln.)

755
95

SYRIA
Metal
Size.

No.

Wt.

DESCRIPTION

Elagabalus.

7968
PI.

360
23
.

JEy
y

AVT K MAV-. ANTHNINOC
eate
:

C€. Bust of Elagabalus to

r.,

laur-

293

32

border of dots.

fy.

Female figure (the Tyche of Antioch), wearing chiton, peplos, and turreted head-dress, seated to 1. on rock holds in r. hand, ears of corn 1. hand rests on rock at
;
;

ANTIOX6HN M KOA.

;

her

feet,

river-god Orontes swimming; above, ram running
;

1.

looking back

in field,

A

s c

border of dots.
(Smyrna, 1890.)
p. 206,

Cf.

B.M.Cat.,

n°46i.

7969
PI.

337

JE 32

Similar; legend ending in C€€^£.

293

21.83

ANTIOX€HN M KOAH.
Cf.

Similar type.
(Webster
sale,

1886.)

n° 459. Mionnet, 5. VIII, p. 145, n° 122.

B.M.Cat.,

p. 206,

Severus Alexander.

7970
PI.

203

^25

AYT KM AV P C€ AA6ZANAPOC
wearing radiated crown, cuirass
dots.

Bust of Severus Alexander to

r.,

293

13-15

and paludamentum

:

border of

$L.

ANTIQX€HN MKO. The Tyche

of Antioch seated

to

1.

on

A
rock
;


:

in field,

*

border of dots.

S C
(A.O.van Lennep, Smyrna,
Gl. B.

1892.)

M. Cat.,

p.

207, n° 470.

Gordian
7971
PI. 293
r

III.

246
5

Billon.

AVTOKKMANT TOPAIANOC

C€B- Bust of Gordian
:

III.

to

r.,

-94

25

laureate, wearing paludamentum and cuirass

border of dots.
1.,

I£.

AHMAPX 6ZOVCIAC;
:

with wreath in beak

SC. Eagle facing, head border of dots. Tetradrachm.
in exergue,

(Originally in

Gen Fox
1

Coll n .)

B.M.

Cat., p. 2ii, n° 496.
p. 184, no 284.

Mionnet, V,

756

SYRIA
Metal
Size.

No.

Wt.

DFSC1UPTION

Philip Senior.

JE2S
'•

AVTOKK MIOVAOlAinnOCC€B.
eate, wearing cuirass
fy..

Bust of Philip Sen. to
:

r.,

laur-

2 93

14.25

and paludamentum

border of dots.

ANTIOX6HN MHTPOKOAHN.
r.,
r.
;

Female bust (the Tyche of
;

Antioch) to
to

draped, veiled and turreted
field,

above, ram running
;

in looking back border of dots. crescent
:

A€ and S C

below, star

and

(Smyrna, 1891.)
Cf. B.

M.

Cat., p. 214, no 524.

Trebonianus Gallus.

7973
PI.

349
16. 13

AVTOKKrOVIBTP€BrAAAOC
to
r.,

C€B- Bust of Trebonianus Gallus
cuirass.

293

laureate, wearing

paludamentum and

fy.

Tetrastyle shrine containing of Antioch and the Orontes ; above shrine, Tyche ram running to r. looking back ; in field, A€ ; in ex. S-Ci: border of dots. (A.O.van Lennep, 1892.)
figure of the
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 229, n° 653 (PI. xxvi, 4).

ANTIOX6HN MHTPOKOAON.

Antiocheni ad Daphnen.

Antiochus IV, Epiphanes.

B.C. 175-164.
7974
PI.

IO7

IE 21

Head of Antiochus IV.

to

r.,

radiate

:

border of dots.

293

6-93
^-.

ANTIOXEHN

THN
TTPOI AA<DNHI
1.,

Zeus,

naked to waist, standing to front,
r.

head

iuscr.,

An- — Chalkous.
Cf. B.

holding wreath in outstretched

;

in

field

1.,

outside

(Bompois and

Billoin sales, Paris.)
1.

M.

Cat., Seleucid Kings, PI.

xm,

Cf. Babelon, Rois de Syrie, PI. xiv, 6.

757

SYRIA
Metal

No.

Wt.

Size.

DESCRIPTION

7975
PI. 293

61

JE 17

Similar.

.

3-95

ANTIOXEHN

^.

THN
nP02 A--

Similar type; in

field, 1., tripod,

and AA.

Hemi-Chalkous.
Macdonald, Hunter Cat.,
Ill, p.

51, n° 69.

Apameia.
(Kid' at el-Mudik).
Originally called Pharnake, and then Pella
in honour of his

renamed by Seleucus I wife Apame. It was a regal mint-place of Antiochus IV.
;

and

later Seleucidan kings.

(H.N.,

p.

780).

First Century

B.C.
and corn-wreath.

7976
Pi. .93

56

JE 16

Head ofDemeterto

r.,

wearing

veil

3.62

[AlnAMEON

^-

TH2
[KAJI
;

IEPAZ

.

Ear of corn between two poppy-heads on one

A2YAOY
BTTI (282).
(O.Noury Bey,
Cf. type B. M. Cat., PI. xxvni, 1. Cf. Mionnet, V, p. 221, n° 554.

stalk

in field,

1902.)

Emisa.
(Horns).

On
p.

the

Orontes

; celebrated

for

its

temple

of Elagabalus

(H.N.,

780).
Imperial Coinage.
Julia

Domna.
Julia

7977
PI.

198
"12.83

JE 25

IOYAIA
I£. €MI

AOMNA

AVT. Bust of

Domna

to

r.

:

border of dots.
:

293

CON

K

O AflNIAC
M.

Great altar (01 Elagabalus at Emisa)
(Gen Moore xxvn, 11).
1

border of dots.
sale,

1889.)

Cf. B.

Cat., p. 238, n° 9 (PI.

Mionnet, V, p. 228, n° 599.

758

SYRIA

No.

SYRIA
Metal
Size.

No.

Wt.

DESCRIPTION

AAOAIKEHN

^. TH2 IEPAIKAIAYTONOMOY
at
1.

Artemis, wearing short-chiton and quiver
1.

shoulder, standing to
Nl.

;

holds in

r.

spear, in

1.

bow;

in field

(Gen' Moore
Cf. B.

sale, 1889.)

M.

Cat., p. 248, D° 12 (PI. xxix, 6).

Cf. Mionnet,

V,

p.

246, n° 709).

Circ.

B.C. 47

— Augustus.
at

7981
PI.

53

JE 17

Bust of Artemis to
border of dots.

1.,

wearing stephane and quiver

shoulder

:

293

3-43

fy. lOYAIEHNTnN KAI of dots.
B.

AAOAIKEflN.

Boar's head to

1.

:

border

(Rollin

&

Feuardent, 1883.)

M.

Cat., p. 249, n° 21 (PI. xxix, 10). Mionnet V, p. 243, n° 680.

7982
Pi.

*45

JE 22

Head of

the

Tyche of Laodiceia
:

to r., wearing veil

and turreted

293

9-39

head-dress

border of dots.

^.

[IO]YAIEflN THN KAI

Tyche, standing to
in ex. €P-

1.,

holding in

1.

cornuco-

AAOAIKEflN
piae
;

in field

1.

AM

;

(J

.

P Lambros,
.

1892.)

Cf. B.

M.

Cat., PI. xxix, 8.

7983
Pi.

140

JE 22

Similar.

293

9-07

^6. Similar

;

Tyche holds rudder
B.

in

r.

;

in field

1.

AK(1898.)

M.

Cat., p. 249, no 15.

Imperial Coinage.

Domitian.
JE 26

7984
Pi.

195

KAICAPI
to
1.,

C6BACTH TCPMANIKn AOM6TIANH. Head of Domitian

293

12,63

laureate.

760

SYRIA
Wt.
Metal
Size.

No.

DESCRIPTION'

fy. lOYAIEfiN
ceia to r.,
r.

TflNKAIAAOAIKEnN.
veil
:

Bust of Tyche of Laodi;

wearing CA and PR border of dots.
B.

and turreted head-dress

in field

1.

X_;

to

Q.Hahlo, M.
Cat., p. 252, n° 34 (PI. xxx, 2).

Berlin, 1888.)

Mionnet, 5. VIII, n° 221.

7985
PI.

121

i

^E 21

AVTOKPATnP AOMITIA NOCCEBACTOC.
I.,

Head of Domitian

to

294

7.84

!

laureate

:

border of dots.

IOYAIE
Y$L.

KAI

_ AAO Tyche AIKEHN
.

of Laodiceia standing to

I.,

holding in extend-

ed

r.

wreath, and in
B.

1.

cornucopiae

:

border of dots.
(J.P.Lambros, 1892.)

M.

Cat., p. 252, n° 38.

Trajan.

7986
294

166

JE 25

AVTO KN€PTPAl]ANOC APICTKAICC6B TEPM AAK
Trajan to
r.,

.

Head

of

IO.75

laureate

:

border of dots.
Bust of the
;

I£. IOYAIECON
Laodiceia to
r.

TOON KAI AAOAIK6CON.
1.,

Tyche of
in field to

wearing
:

veil

and turreted head-dress

fX

;

date

TIP (163)

border of dots.
(Steffen, Constantinople, 1897.)
p.

B.M.Cat.,

253, n° 49.

7987

_i6j_ 10.82

JE 26

Similar.
J$L.

Similar

;

in field

A;
Cf.

date, BZP (162). B.M.Cat., p. 253, n° 40.

Antoninus Pius.
7988
P1
-

190

JE 27

..

.THN6INON C€B. Head
er of dots.

of Antoninus Pius to

r.,

laureate

:

bord-

2 94

12.31

fy. [IOYAIE] flN

TflN KAI AAOAIK6HN. Bust of the Tyche of
wearing turreted head-dress; in
field
r.

Laodiceia to

1.,

PP (190):
sale,

border of dots.
(Gen> Moore
Cf. B.

1889.)

M.

Cat., p. 256, n° 72.

Cf. Mionnet, V, p. 253, n° 750.

761

SYRIA
Metal
Size.

No.

Wt.

DESCRIPTION

Septimius Severus.

7989
PI
.

182

JE26

AYT

KAI

C€n C60VHPOC Head

of Septimius Severus to

r.,

294

u-79

laureate.

IOYA
fy..

AAOAIC €OY MHT PO nOA
€G0C

within laurel-wreath

:

border of dots.

(Gen Moore
1

sale, 1889.)

B.

M.

Cat., p. 258, no 83 (PI. xxx, 10).

Geta.

7990

108

JE21

COP
tum.

("€•••

Bare-headed bust of Geta to

r.,

wearing paludamen-

7.00

I£.

SEP

I

COL LAV DMET
I

I

PO

within laurel-wreath.
(Gen* Moore
sale,

1889.)

Mionnet, V,

p. 258,

n° 783.

Rhosus.

On

the

Gulf of
BRONZE.

Issus.

First Century

B.C.

(?)

7991
PI.

122

JE 20

294

7-90

Veiled and turreted female head of City to shoulder. fy.

r.,

with palm-branch on

POZEHN THI IEPA2(to r.). MOV (to 1.). Draped simulacrum
I

KAI

I

AZVAOV [AVT]ONO|

(Syrian divinity,

Hadad

?)

between foreparts of two oxen ; in r., he holds thunderbolt, and in 1., knife ; above bull's heads, bonnets
a pedestal,

placed on

of the Dioskuri.
(Gen' Moore
Cf. Imhoof, Cf. B.
Cf. Macdonald,
sale,

1889.)

Monn.
V,

gr., p.
p.

1440, n° 8.

Cf. Mionnet,

269, n° 836.

M.

Cat., Galatia, p. lxx.
Ill, p.

Hunter

colt.,

210, n°

1

(PI. lxxiv, 23

;

rev.).

762

SYRIA
Metal
Size.

No.

Wt.

DESCRIPTION

1

Era begining B.C. 39.

7992
PI.

46
2.98

JE 14

Male bust to
(148)
fyL.
:

1.,

in

crested helmet

and cuirass

;

to

r.,

€T

;

1.

HMP

264

border of dots.
:

PH

C€flN. Acrostolion

border of dots.
(W.S.Lincoln, 1887.)

Seleucia Pieria.
(SeleukijeV).

The port of Ant ioch founded by Seleucus
the

I,

and one of

the

mints of

Syrian kings.
Second Century

B.C.

7993
PI.

148

JE 20

Head of Zeus

to

r.,

laureate

:

border of dots.

294

9-59

IEAEYKEHN
fyL.
.

Thunderbolt

;

the whole within laurel-wreath.

B

rVP
(Billoin sale, Paris, 1886.)
Cf. B.

M.

Cat., p. 269, n° 7 (PI.

xxxn,

5).

Second Cent.

B.C. (from B.C. 104) and

First Cent.

B.C.

7994
PI.

221

A28

294

14.32

Female bust (the Tyche ofSeleucia) to r., wearing turreted headbead and reel border. dress, veil, earring and necklace
:

lEAEVKEflN
l$L.
.

Thunderbolt (with

iillet

attached) on cushion

AVTONOMOV
placed

on

wreath.

— Tetradrachm.
Cf.

stool; beneath stool Bl

;

to

r.

2L

:

the whole in laurel-

(Rollin

&

Feuardent, London.)

B.M.Cat.,

PI.

xxxn,

8.

7995
Pi. 294

224

^.28

Similar.

fyL.

Similar; beneath stool, Tl
Ct".

;

to

r.

0.

— Tetradrachm.
(D. Kelekian, 1893.)

B.M.Cat.,

p.

271, n° 20.

-

763

96

SYRIA

No.

SYRIA
Metal
Size.

No.

Wt.

DESCRIPTION

^L.

C€A6VK€CON T7KPIAC; /^TjFKACIOC
fillet
:

.

Sacred stone of Zeus Kasios

(with

attached) within shrine of four pillars surmounted

by pyramidal roof on which eagle
B.

bead and

reel border.

(W.S.Lincoln, 1887.)

M.

Car.., p.

274, n° 57.

Septimius Severus.

8001
PI.

126

JE 22

.•C€n C60VHPOC. Head
border of dots.
ty..

of Septimius Severus to

i\,

laureate

:

294

~1T

C6A6VK6HN TTKPIAC. Thunderbolt
:

(with

fillet

attached),

on
.)

cushion placed on stool
B.

border of dots.
(Smyrna, 1891
Cat., p. 275, n° 49.

M.

VI.

COELE—SYRIA.
Damascus.
Imperial Coinage.
Caracalla.

8002
PI.

148
9- 59

JE 22

AYTOKPAANTONINOCborder of dots.
tyL.

(sic).

Head of

Caracalla

to

r.,

laureate

:

294

AAMAC KOV MHTPOnOA€OC- The Tychc
1.

of Damascus, drap-

ed and turreted, seated to
ing short club?;
in
1.,

on rock

;

r.

hand outstretched holdat

comucopiae

;

her

feet,

River-god

swimming border
:

of dots.
(Rollin

&

Feuardent.)

Mionnet, 5. VIII,
Cf. rev. type of B.

p.

197, n°

19.

M. Cat.,

p. 285,

n° 19 (under Geta).

Leucas on the Chrysoroas.
Imperial Coinage.

Trajan.

8003
PI.

62

&

16

AYKAI N€P TPAIANOC T€P AAK. Head of Trajan
border of dots.

to

r.,

laureate-

294

4.01

-

76)

SYRIA

No.

PHOENICIA

-

767

PHOENICIA

PHOENICIA
G.
F.
Hill,

B.M.C., Phoenicia, 1910.
de la Phlnicit,

Babelon, Les Perses Achimenides, 1893. Rouvier, Numismatique des
villes

1900- 1904.

768

PHOENICIA
Wt.
Metal
Size.

No.

DESCRIPTION

PHOENICIA
Aradus.
Built on

an island of

the northern coast of Phoenicia.

Late fifth and early fourth centuries

B.C.
plaits
;

8004
PI. 2 9 S

51-8 3.36

JR. 13

Phoenician fish-god, with beard and hair in long each hand dolphin by the tail.
fyi.

holds in

Galley to

r.

:

the

whole

in

shallow dotted incuse square.

Tetrobol.
(W.S.Lincoln, 1887.)

B.M.Cat.,
54- 6
3

Phoenicia, p. 2, n°

3

(PI.

1,

2).

8005
PI. 2 95

JR. 13

J&ty (nd, above). Similar type.
f$L.

54

Galley to r. with plume)
Tetrobol.

;

beneath, winged hippocamp to

r.

(head of horse

:

the whole in dotted shallow incuse square.

(Macridi Pacha, 1893.)

B.M.Cat.,

p. 3,

no 8 (PI.

1,

6).

8006
PI.

8-5

^

7

295

0.55

of Phoenician fish-god, head tor., bearded; holds Ifii. Half-figure in each hand dolphin by the tail border of dots.
:

J$L.

Prow

of galley to

r.,
r.
;

with eye and row of shields on bulwark
the whole
in dotted

below, Obol.

dolphin to

incuse square.

;

(W.J.Webster, 1889.)
B.M.Cat.,
p. 4,

n° 16 (PI.

1,

10).
7.

Babelon, Perses Achim., PI. XXII,

First half of fourth century

B.C.

8007
PI. 2 9 S

161

A21

Head of Melkart,

laureate, to r., hair
;

and whiskers dotted, pointed

10.47

beard represented by lines

eye

full.

Na > above). Galley to r., with eye at prow, curved ornament 4p["/J ( on poop, row of shields along bulwark ; below, three wavy lines
representing water
stater.
:

the whole within shallow incuse.

— Persic

(Macridi Pacha, 1895.)

B.M.Cat.,

p. 4,

no 18 (PI.

I,

12).

769

PHOENICIA

No.

PHOENICIA

No.

PHOENICIA
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Circ.

B.C. 137-45.
rolled

8020
PI.

228

JR. 26

Bust of Tyche to

r.,

veiled

and turreted, hair

and

in

chignon

:

295

14-77

border of dots.
l$L.

APAAIflN- Nike advancing
;

to

1.

;

hair knotted
r.,

on crown of
1.,

head

wears long chiton and holds in
9<1P
field
1.

aphlaston, in

palm-

branch; in
Attic

$|

(64/3): the whole in laurel-wreath.

AI
Tetradrachm.
(Pearson, London, 1880.)

B.M.Cat.,

p. 33,

n° 273.

Circ.

B.C. 137-127.
wearing stephane, jugate
:

8021
PI.

55

JE 16

Heads of Zeus and
of dots.
^i..

his consort,

border

295

3.56

Prow

of galley to

1.,

above, of dots.

y&

(tk) below, date

with figure-head of Athene fighting to 1.; border (132) (= 128/7)

U-MfrV

:

(W.Webster, 1883.)
B.

M.

Cat., p. 36, no 297.

Cf. Babelon, P.

A., PL xxni,

17.

8022
PL 295

60

JE 16

Similar.

J$L.

Similar; below type

.

.

.-HlZfaV
p. 36,

(127-6).

B.M.Cat.,

no 298.

8023
PI.

120

JE 20

Bust of Tyche to border of dots.
fyL.

29s

77-7

wearing turreted crown and necklace ; hair rolled and falling on nape of neck; behind shoulder, palm-branch:
r.,

Poseidon, nude to waist, seated to
r.,

1.

holding wreath in extended
figure-head,

resting

on prow of galley to with 1. on trident
;

1.,

as

Athene

;

above,

y^; below,
(A
.

III III

H \AfoV A '

(=

134/3)

:

border of dots.

O

.

van Lennep, 1892.)

Cf.

B.M.Cat..

p. 36,

n° 300.

772

PHOENICIA
Metal
Size.

No.

Wt.

INSCRIPTION'

8024
PI. 295

27-3
1.77

JE 13

Veiled and turreted head of

Tyche

to

r.

;

behind, palm

:

border

of dots.
tyL.

Galley; above, A
Cf.

[?]

and the date 9T-

(W.M. Ready,
B.M.Cat.,
PI.

1906.)

xxxviii, 10;

Int.

XXXV,

R.I.V.

Circ.

B.C.

1

19-109.
to
r.
;

8025
PI.

.R

10

Veiled and turreted head of
dots.

Tyche

behind, palm

:

border oi

295

1.94

fyL.

Prow of galley

to

below, date,

AMP (119-8). — Attic
B.M.Cat.,
p.
p.

1.,

with stern curving upwards; above,

OCY
1

;

Hemidrachm.
(Spink,

901.)

39, n° 319.

Babelon, P. A.,

148. n° 1054.

Circ.

B.C.

r 1 1

-1 10.

8026
PI.

295

18.5 I .20

M.

12

Winged head
and
\]L.

of
:

Gorgon Medusa
border of dots.

facing, with serpents in the

head

at

neck

OMP(iii-iio)
Aphlaston
;

on

1.

and

r.

date and mint-letters

:

A

— Attic

BC
Diobol.

(W.T. Ready,
B.M.Cat.,
p. 39,

1895.)

n» 322 (PI. v,
PI.

7).

Babelon, P. A.,

xxiv, 6.

Circ.

B.C. 29/8— A. D.i

15/6.
:

8027
PI. 295

/£ 22

Bust to
tyL.

r.,

beardless,

and radiate (Helios), draped

border of dots.

5.24

APAAIflN

(to

1.).

Small basket containing two ears of corn,
;

and vine-branch with two bunches of grapes; above, T

to

r.,

BNT(92-0.
(Whittall sale, 1884.)
Cf. B.

M.

Cat., PI. v, 13.
I>1.

Cf. Babelon, P. A..

xxxiv,

18.

Imperial Coinage.

Claudius.

8028

134

JE 21

Bust of Astarte-Europa to

8.68

wearing stephane and veil in front, small head of Claudius tor., bare. Countermark, head of Tyche (?).
r.,
;

7/3

PHOENICIA
No.

PHOENICIA
Metal
I)

No.

Wt.

INSCRIPTION"

Size.

tyL.

[COLJBEP- Poseidon, draped and vearing kalathos, standing to he front, head 1., in car drawn over waves by four hippocamps
;

holds in

r.

dolphin,

in

1.

trident

:

border of dots.
(Edinburgh
sale,

1887.)

B.M.Cat.,

p. 75,

no 156 (PI. x, 5).

Babelon, P. A., PI. xxv, 20.

Elagabalus.

8033
PI. 295

33°

JE 30

IMP CAES MAVfl ANTONINVS AVG-

21.38

Bust of Elagabalus to border of dots. laureate, wearing paludamentum and cuirass
:

r.,

COL IVLAVG FEL ~
i>6.

_ CR BEIn r (in
'

>.

.

ex.)

c lempleof tour columns, within which r
'
;

.

.

.

...

...

figure of Astarte
pellet
:

crowned by Nike on column

in

pediment,

border of dots.
(W.Webster, 1884.)
Cf. B.

M.

Cat., p. 79,

n<>

171 (PI. x, 7).

8034
PI.

161
1

/E 24

IMP CAES MAVR ANTONINVS AVG- Similar
dots.

bust

:

border

of

295

1

.72

R , COL IVL AVG FEL He. dc o /• bt k ^in ex.^
-\

.

lemple
*

of , four

... ... columns, within which
1.

figure of Poseidon to

1.,

r.

foot

on

rock,

resting

on

trident,

r.

holding dolphin

:

border of dots.
(W.Webster, 1884.)
Cf. B.

M.

Cat., p. 85, no 221.

Babelon, P. A., PI. xxv, 22.

8035
PI
.

266
17.23

M 28

Similar.

296

,

VjL.

COLIV L A VGFEL RPR Hn e
)

'

n atewa ^ y

.

.

,

.

consisting

or

central

arched

space between

figure of Silenus
dots.

two wings, each of two columns above arch, border of (' Marsyas '), standing to r. on basis
; :

(Webster

sale,

1886.)

B.M.Cat.,

p. 81,

no 192

(cf. PI. x, 9).

Babelon, P. A., PI. xxv, 19.

775

PHOENICIA
Metal
Size.

No.

Wt.

DESCRIPTION

8036
PI.

228
14-77

JE 32

Similar.

296

^"

COL IVLAVGFEL
BER
(in ex.)

Poseidon and Beroe

;

Beroe, wearing chiton

and peplos, kneels to L, holding ewer over well, and looks back, with 1. arm raised; on her r., Poseidon, wearing himation and
carrying trident in
1.,

seizes her

1.

elbow

:

border of dots.
(W.Webster, 1884.)

B.M.Cat.,

p. 80,

no 185 (PI. x, 8).

Babelon, P. A., PI. xxv, 23.

8037
PL 296

185

JE25

...TONINVS AVG•

Similar bust

:

border of dots.

11.98
tyL.

ocf>r

-\

Aeneas, wearing cuirass, advancing to

1.,

carrying

his father Anchises

on

his shoulders,

the

1.

wrist,

Ascanius,

who

holding by runs beside him, wearing Phrygian
(Sotheby
sale,

and with

his

r.

cap

:

border of dots.
1881.)
B.

M.

Cat., p. 84, n° 215 (PI. x, 13).

Gordian

III.

8038
PI.

102

JE 21

[IMP GORDIANVS]

AVG COSI-

Bust of Gordian

III to r., radiate,

296

TJT

wearing paludamentum and
tyL.

cuirass.

COL
r.

IVL

AVG FEL BERis

his

hand

Dionysos, nude, standing to front ; raised and rests on his head ; with his 1. he embraces
stands
1. ;

a small satyr

who

at his feet

on

1.,

panther to

1.

looking

up

;

on

either side, vine with grapes.

(Osman Noury
Babelon, P. A., PI. xxvi, 4. B.M.Cat., p. 88, n° 241 (PI. xi,
3).

Bey, 1903.)

Byblus (Gebal).

A

coast

town at

the foot

of

Mount Lebanon,

between Botrys

and

Berytus, famous as the scene of the myth of Adonis

(H.N.

,

p.

791).

Azbaal.
Circ.

B.C.

350.

8039
PI.

200
12.96

JKl

Galley to

1.

(prow terminating

in lion's head), containing three

296

776

PHOENICIA

hoplites with crested helmets and round shields
line of

;

below, zigzag
;

waves and hippocamp
£!
;

tol.

;

beneath hippocamp, murex

and above,

border of dots.

RL

Lion to

1.

bringing

down

bull to

1.

;

above,

border of dots: within concave

field.

/.^'H^^O^NO
sale,

:

Stater.
1897
;

(Bunbury

lot

522.)

95, 4 (PI. xi, 12). CI. Bab., Perses Achhn., p. 194, n° 1356 var.
p.

Cf.

B.M.Cat.,

8040
PI.

10 o 64
.

^.10

Gallev to

1.

(prow terminating
above
its tail,

in

lion's

head),

containing two
;

296

hoplites with crested

helmets and round shields

below, hippo-

camp

to

1.

;

NO

:

border of dots.
bringing

W"

NO. Lion to L°) Xn^i^O ) of dots. 1/16 stater.

1.,

down

bull

1.

:

border

(Billoin sale, 1886.)
B.

Cat., p. 95, u° 6 (PI. ni, ij). Babelon, P. A., p. 19.J, n° 1359.

M.

Ainel (Enylus).
Circ.

B.C. 333.

8041
PI.

11 -7 -

AX,

1

o

Type
fy"

of n°

8040

;

above
i

tail

of hippocamp ^j^last

296

0.76

L / L Q y\l^^ ^/ 0)

Similar type to

coin

:

border of dots.

1/16 stater.
(Bompois
Cf. B.
sale,

1882.)

M.

Cat., p. 96, no* 8-9 (PI. xn, 1-2).

Cf. Babelon, P.
*

A.,

PI.

xxvi, 25.

Obv. represented upside down on

Plate.

First Century

B.C.

Seleucid Era.

8042
PI.

96

^20

Bust of Tyche to
dots.

r.,

wearing turreted crown and

veil

:

border of

296

6.22

T$L.

Kronos, nude, with three pairs of wings, stands to front, head

777

PHOENICIA
Metal
Size.

No.

Wt.

DESCRIPTION

1.,

wearing head-dress of feathers; inscriptions indistinct

:

border

of dots.
(Booker, 1891.)
Cf. B.

M.

Cat.,

PL

xii, 8.

Imperial Coinage.
Caracalla.

8043
PI.

187
12.

JE 24

[AV]

MAVP C€OVH ANTHN6INOCwearing paludamentum and

Bust of Caracalla to

r.,

laur-

296

n

eate,
tyL.

cuirass.

I€PAC BVBAOV. Temple of four columns surmounted by arch

of shell pattern ; within, figure of Astarte, turreted, standing to r., with 1. foot on prow; resting with r. on standard; beside
her,

on

r.,

Nike on column crowning her
B.M.Cat.,
p. 101, n°
p.

:

border of dots.
(Edinburgh
sale,

1887.)

Babelon, P. A.,

29 (PI. xn, 12). 199, n° 1389.

Diadumenian.

8044
PI.

192
12 44

JE25

MOHAIAAOVMCNIANOC
headed, wearing cuirass.
fy. I€PAC (in ex.)

KA. Bust of Diadumenian to

r.,

bare-

296

BVB
:

(1.)

AOV

(r.).

Temple of two columns

surmounted by arch of shell pattern, containing figure of Astarte crowned by Nike border of dots.
(Rollin

&

Feuardent.)

B.M.Cat.,

p. 103, n°

40

(PI.

xn,

14).

Babelon, P. A., PI. xxvn, 14.

Marathus.

An
p.

important

city, the

most northern coast town of Phoenicia.

(H.N.,

792).
(site

Amrit).

Circ.

B.C. 221-152/1
II ?)
:

8045
PI.

162

JE 23

Veiled female head to

r.

(Berenice

border of dots.

296

IO.49

-

778

-

PHOENICIA

No.

PHOENICIA

No.

PHOENICIA

PHOENICIA
Metal
Size.

No.

Wt.

DESCRIPTION

VII. Straton

II.

B.C. 342-3338057
PI.

397.5

JR

27

War-galley to

297

25.73

with oars, row of shields along bulwark, small armed figure as figure-head, and curved ornament over poop ; border of dots. below, quadruple zig-zag line of waves; above,
I.,
I

:

T$L.

The King

of Persia in a car

drown by

three horses with char-

ioteer

tendant

and attendant; the King wears kidaris andkandys; the atholds in r. sceptre with animal's head, in 1., vase
;

with flowers
dots.

— Double Shekel
B.

double exergual line
.

;

in field above,

QO

:

border of
1886.)

(Webster

sale,

M.

Cat., p. 152, n° 71 (PI. xx, 7).
5.

Babelon, P. A., PI. xxx,

8058
PI.

95.5
1

JR.i%

War-galley to

297

9

with oars, row of shields along bulwark, small armed figure as figure-head and curved ornament over poop sup1.,

porting standard
date,
J$L.
III

HI

II

below, quadruple zig-zag line of waves (8) border of dots.
;
:

;

above,

The King
1.

of Persia in a car drawn by three horses with char;

ioteer, to

in field, above,

QO

;

of dots

:

incuse circle.

— Half Shekel.
M.

double exergual line

:

border

(W. T. Ready,
Cf. B.
Cat., PI. xx, 10.

1891.)

Mazaeus
Circ. B. C.

(?)

342-333.

8059
PI.

JR

1 1

297

Female head, facing, with streaming hair (as on Tarsian coins, with head copied from Kimon's facing Arethusa) border of dots.
:

fyL.

— Obol. square.
Sir
ful.

and clad in kandys, standing to r., contending with winged animal (griffin's head and lion's within incuse body), which he seizes by one of his horns

King of Persia, wearing

kidaris

:

H. Weber ascribed

this coin to Sidon,

which

attribution

(Macridi Pacha, 1894.) is considered doubt-

The

type appears Cilician.

782

PHOENICIA

No.

PHOENICIA
Metal
Size.

No.

Wt.

DESCRIPTION

ZIAHNOINAY
j^
.

Male figure (Kadmos) wearing cloak fasten-

ed round neck, running to

forward with extended
1.
;

r.,

on prow he looks back, points and holds cloak about his waist with
1.
;
:

in field

1.

[L]ZKI (227)
B.

border of dots.
(Spink, 1899.)

M.

Cat., p. 180, n» 218 (PI.

xxm,

15).

Babelon, P. A., p. 25s, n° 1751.

Elagabalus.

8064
PI.

233

£28

M AV ANTONINVS AVG
border of dots.

P. Bust ot Elagabalus
;

to

r.,

laureate,

297

16.39

wearing paludamentum and cuirass

in front,

countermark,

H

:

T£.

COL AVR
;

PIA

METRO

and in

ex.

S

ID.

Car of Astarte with four

columns supporting
ches
side

:

above which emerge four palm-branwithin, spherical object (baetyl) and two figures on either border of dots.
root,
(Spink,
Cf. B.
1

89 1.)

M.

Cat., p. 185, n° 248.

8065
PI.

269
17-43

JE 29

IMP CAESAR. MAV ANTONINVS. Bust
er of dots.

as

on preceding coin

:

bord-

297

^6.

AVR PIA COL. Three
;

military standards,

all

surmounted by
(W. Webster.)

eagles

across field below, SI
Cf. B.

DON

:

border of dots.

M.

Cat., PI. xxiv, 14.

Tripolis.

A
dus,
p.

joint settlement,

whence

its

established

before

the time of

name, from- Sidon, Tyre, and AraAlexander the Great. (H. N.,

798).
Second Century B. C.

8066
PI. 297

63

^E 18

Busts of the Dioskuri to
each.
T$L.

1.,

jugate, laureate,

and draped,

star

above

4.08

[TPI] nOAI[TflN] (below).

The Dioskuri on

horseback, chargsale,

ing tor., chlamys flying behind.
(Alex Grant
1890.)

-784-

PHOENICIA

No.

PHOENICIA
No.

PHOENICIA
Wt.
Metal
Size.

No.

DESCRIPTION

fyL.

(in ex.). The Dioskuri, nude, standing, facing each each holding horse by bridle with one hand and resting other, on spear with the other ; above, arched shrine containing bust of Astarte; between horse's feet, date l"K<|> (211/12) border of

TPinOAIT

:

dots.

(W. Webster.)
Cf. B.

M.

Cat., p. 219, n° 98.

Babelon, PI. xxxiv, 20.

8076

150

JE 24

Similar
Y$L.

;

legend partly
ex.).

illegible.

9.72

TPin... (in

Astarte standing to

r.,

crowned by Nike,
.

between Dioskuri, nude;

in field,

r K

:

border of dots.

(Smyrna, 1891.)
B.

M.

Cat., p. 218, no 87 (PI.

xxvn,

18).

Diadumenianus.

8077
PI.

166

JE 25

M

On AIAAOVMENIANOC
TPinO
Al

KA. Bust of Diadumenian to

r.,

bare-

297

10.75

headed, wearing paludamentum and cuirass: border
Y$L.

ol dots.

other,

TOON. The Dioskuri, nude, standing facing each each resting on spear and holding grapes ; in ex., GK(j>
:

(217/18)

border of dots.
(Spink, 1899.)
B.

M.

Cat., p. 221, n° 108 (PI.
p.

xxvm,
1.

2).

Babelon, P. A.,

285, n° 195

Elagabalus.

8078
PI.

160
10 -36

JE 25

AVT K M AVP ANTCONINOC.
wearing cuirass
tyL.

297

and paludamentum

Bust of Elagabalus to r., border of dots.
:

laureate,

TPinOAINAYAPXI. Galley with
531

square

sail

moving

to
;

1.

;

above

the yard, caps of the Dioskuri on either side of letter
AA<|> (year

= A. D. 219/20)
Cf. B.

<J>

beneath,

:

border of dots.
(1904.)

M.

Cat., PI.
p.

xxvm,

8.

Babelon, P. A.,

287, n° 196}.

-

787
99

PHOENICIA

No.

PHOENICIA
Metal
Size.

No.

Wt.

DESCRIPTION

tyL.

Owl

standing to

r.,

head facing; over

its

1.

shoulder, crook and
;

flail;

incuse impression fitting outline of type

shallow incuse square.

— Half Shekel
Aclx'iu., PI.

the whole in

.

(W. T. Ready,
Babelon, Penes
B.

1892.)

xxxv,

3.
1.

M.

Cat., Plioenicia, PI. xliv,

8083
PI.

11. 6

A8

Dolphin to
tyL.

1. ;

below, murex shell
1.,

:

dotted border.

298

0.75

Owl
;

standing to

flail

dotted border.
B.

—^

head facing
Stater.

;

over

r.

shoulder,

crook and
(Spink, 1895.)

M.

Cat., p. 228, n» 9 (PI. xxvin, 14).

Babelon, P. A. t PI. xxxv, 6.

8084
PI.

12

A8

Similar.
Similar.

298

o-77
1$L.

±

Stater.

(W.
Circ.

S. Lincoln, 1888.)

B.C. 400-3 3 2.
r.
I.

8085
PI
.

197

JR. 19

Melkarth, bearded, riding to

298

12.76

with

r.
:

he holds

reins,

with

on hippocamp with curled wing; below, two lines of strung bow
;

waves
tyL.

cable border.

Owl
;

standing to
r.

r.,

head facing; over
?
:

1.

flail

in field to

HUGO

cable border.

shoulder, crook and
Stater.
(Jerusalem, 1882.)

B.

M.

Cat., Phoenicia, Int.

cxxvm

(this coin).

Attic Standard.
Circ.

B.C. 332-275.

8086
PI.

136-3

^20

298

8.83

Melkarth, bearded, riding to r., on hippocamp with curled wing; holds in r. reins, and in 1. strung bow ; below, two zig-zag lines of waves beneath, dolphin cable border.
;
:

fy,.

Owl
;

standing to
r.

r.,

head facing; over
cable border.

1.

shoulder, crook and

flail

in field to

y^:
B.

Attic

Didrachm.
sale,

(Gen' Moore
Cat., p. 231, n<> 29 bis. Babelon, P. A., p. 295, n° 2013.

1889

;

lot

499.)

M.

789

PHOENICIA
Wt.
Metal
Size.

No.

DESCRIPTION

8087
PI.

136-4

J&20

Similar.

298

8.84

Similar; in

field r.

1^0.

— Attic Didrachm.
(Macridi Pacha, 1893.)
I.,

Demetrius

Soter.

B.C. 162-150.
8088
PI.

98

JE 20

Head of Demetrius

I.

to

r.,

diademed

:

border of dots.

298

6.35

BAIIAEHI

AHMHTPIOY „ ^" L HNP (16&} " row TYPIHN 3^;
'

of galley

c

.

.
:

;

border of dots

centre hole.

— Chalkous.

(W. T. Ready,
Babelon, Rois deSyrie, p. 99, n° 772.

1900.)

Phoenician Standard.

B.C. 126/5
8089
PI.

— 65/6A.D.

213 .6

^29

Bust of Melkarth to

298

with slight whisker, laureate, wearing lionskin knotted round neck border of dots.
r.,
:

$L.

TYPOY IEPAI

on beak of

Eagle standing to 1., with r. foot over r. shoulder; in field to 1., ship, palm-branch

KAI

AIYAOY.

date Al (116/5) and

Q

:

border of dots.

r.,ksP; — Tetradrachm.
B.

club; to

between

legs of

eagle,

M.

Cat., p. 236, no 71.

8090
PI.

221
[4.32

JR. 29

Similar.

298

}$L.

Similar; in field to

legs of eagle f.

— Tetradrachm.
B.

1.,

AK

(103/2) and club

;

A&
1

to r.,

;

between
1889.)

(Gen Moore

sale,

M.

Cat., p.

240, n° 108.

8091
PI.

219

M.

29

Similar.

298

H

19
I$L.

Similar

;

in field to

legs of eagle,.

Q

— Tetradrachm.

1.,

LN (77/6) and

club; to

r.

Al

;

between

(Pearson, London, 1880.)

790

PHOENICIA
Metal
Size.

No.

Wt.

DESCRIPTION

8092
PI.

106.8
6.92

iR23

Similar.

298

T$L.

Similar

;

in field to

1.

TA (94/3) and club;

legs of eagle,

Q

:

border of dots.
B.

— Didrachm.

to

r.

hf between
;

(Benian Bros, 1898.)

M.

Cat., p. 251, n° 221.

8093
Pi.

IQ9-3 ift.22

Similar.

298

7.08
]$L.

Similar

;

in field to

1.

AN
M.

(76/5) and club

;

to

r.
1

A.

— Didrachm.
sale,

(Gen Moon
B. Cat., p. 251, n° 230.

1889.)

Circ.

B.C.

55/4—

86/7

AD.

8094
PI.

185

JE 24

Head of Melkarth
JtyL.

to

r.,

laureate; lion-skin knotted round neck.
in

298

II.98

Club downwards, with handle continued

monogram ofTyre;

to

*
1.

(year 203
s
("»y
,

= A. D. 77/8); tor.,
;

Phoenician inscription
:

|u L
dots.

of Tyre)

within oak-wreath tied at bottom
(Hoffmann

border of
1887.)

sale, Paris,

Babelon, P. A., p. 311, n° 21 19. Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 257.

Circ.

B.C. 18/17— A.D.114/15.
wearing turreted crown, and
veil
;

8095
Pi.

43

JE 15

Bust of

Tyche

to
:

r.,

behind,

298

2.78

palm-branch

border of dots.

fyL.

Palm-tree with two bunches of fruit; across

field,

P 7

"P

:

bord-

IEPAZ
(Spink, 1899.)

der of dots.
B.

M.

Cat., p. 258, n° 275.

Circ.

A. D. 93/4— 136/7.
lion-skin

8096
Pi.

169

JE 24

Head of Melkarth

to r., with slight whisker, laureate;
:

298

10.95

knotted round neck

border of dots.

791

PHOENICIA
Metal
Size.

No.

Wt.

DESCRIPTION

tyL.

MHTPOnOAECOZ. Club downwards,
of Tyre
;

with handle continued in
(93/4) |P A
;

monogram
in

across field,

012

the whole

oak-wreath

tied at

bottom

:

border of dots.

(Osman Noury Bey,
B.

1906.)

M.

Cat., p. 259, n» 288 (PI. xxxi, 14).

8097
PL 298

166

JE24

Similar.

IO.75
R6. Similar; across
field,

AMI (11 5/16)
M.

|V*A.
(L.

&

L.

Hamburger, 1898.)

B.

Cat., p. 260, n° 294.

Circ. 93/4

1

5

3/4

A

.

D.
veil,

8098

24-5
i-59

JE 13

Head of Tyche

to

r.,

PL

299

behind, palm-branch

wearing turreted crown, border of dots.
:

and earring;

^6. Galley to
standing to
ard
;

1.,
1.

with aphlaston
;

at stern

;

on

it,
1.

Astarte, turreted,

holding in

r.

wreath, and in

cruciform stand:

across field,

A2
B.

(104/5)
M. Cat.,

M$

;

in

ex.,

H^

border of dots.
(H. Hoffmann.)

p. 261,

n° 305.

8099
PI. 299

9Q
5.83

JE 22

Bust of Tyche to

r.,

wearing turreted crown and veil; behind,

palm-branch
f- I6PAC

:

border of dots.

fy.

MHTPOnO
A€C0C<3^

.

Galley

:

border of dots.

(W. Webster.)
Cf. B.

M.

Cat., p. 264, no 328.

Circ.

B.C. 104/5
r.
:

166/7 A. D.

8lOO
PI.

47

JE 16

Similar bust of Tyche, to

border of dots.
fruit;

299

3.04
fy.

MHTPOA6C0C
AC

I6PAC. Palm-tree with two bunches of
:

across field,

(201 = 75/6)

border of dots.

(W.

S.

Lincoln, 1887.)

792

PHOENICIA

No.

PALESTINE

PALESTINE
Hill,

G.F., B.M.Cat.

of the

Greek Coins of Palestine, 19 14.
la Terre Sainte,

DeSaulcy, Numismatique de

1874.

Madden, Coins of
Rogers, Rev. Ed.,

the

Jews, 188 1.

Reinach, Th., Jewish Coins, 1903.

Handy Guide

to

Jewish Coins, 19 14.

794

PALESTINE

No.

PALESTINE

No.

PALESTINE
Metal
Size
.

No.

Wt.

DESCRIPTION

fy..

CAC

(in ex.).

Temple of four columns, with pediment and
which, City-goddess, wearing turreted crown,
r.

central arch, within

short chiton, parazonium at side, standing tol.,
tain object, resting
1.

foot

on uncerbust
:

on

sceptre, holding in

r.

small

human
sale,

border of dots.
(Edinburgh
1887.)

B.M.Cat.,

p.

84, n° 12.

Ascalon.
Second Century

B.C.

{before

104 B.C.)
hair in

8lIO
PI.

66.8
4 33

JK

11

299

Head of Aphrodite to r., wearing stephane and earring, chignon, with one tress hanging down border of dots.
:

1^,.

Dove standing

of dots.

— Phoen.

to

1.

;

on

r.

AI

;

on

1.

monogram
(Rollin

iTl

:

border

Diobol.

&

Feuardent.)

B.M.Cat.,

p.

104, n°

1

(PI. ix, 9).

Late First Century B. C.

8l II
PI.

67
4

M

18

Bust of City-goddess to
tyL.

1.,

wearing turreted crown.

299

34

War-galley to

1.

with oars, above AC.
(W.S.Lincoln, 1887.)
Cf. B.M.Cat., PI. xn, 4.

8lI2
PI.

46

JE 15

Similar bust, turreted and veiled
fyL.

:

border of dots.

299

2.98

Similar; above

AC

:

border of dots.
(Spink, 1899.)

8lI3
PI.

395
2. 56

JE 13

Similar.

299

^L. Similar.
(Edinburgh
sale,

1887.)

Imperial Times.

8114
Pi. 299

29 1.88

/E 13

Bust of City-goddess to
veil
:

r.,

draped,

wearing turreted crown and

border of dots.

797

PALESTINE
No

PALESTINE
No.
Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

8118
PI.

63

JR. 15

Bearded head to

r.,

diademed

;

eye facing, hair and beard indicated within dotted incuse

299

4.08

by

lines of dots.

T$L. ci (yt).

— square.

Forepart of horse galloping to
Attic

r.,

Drachm.
B.M.Cat.,
PI. xix,

14.

Babelon, PI. cxxiv, 14.

Jameson

Cat., PI. xc, 1779.

8119
PI.

64.6

iRi4

Similar.

299

4.19
1$L.

Similar.

Attic

Drachm.
(A. Sambon, 1900.)

8120
PI.

"•9
0.84

JK9

299

Female head (Arethusa) facing towards 1., hair flying ing drop earrings and necklace border of dots.
:

loose, wear-

fyL.

Head of god
circle.

cave

Bes,

facing,

wearing head-dress of feathers
(J. P.

:

con-

Attic

Obol.
Lambros, 1887.)
22).
;

Babelon, PI. cxxiv, 21

P. A.,

p. 52,

n° 547 (PI.
2.

vm,

B.M.Cat..

PI.

xx,

Imperial Coinage.

Hadrian.

8121
PI.

299

420 JE 27.21

2<

AYT KAITPAI AAPIANOC

C€.

Bust of
:

Hadrian

to

r.,

laureate,

wearing paludamentum and cuirass

border of dots.

I£ EICO TAZA

TEfll

BHP

(year
r.

3

= 192 = A.D.
;

131-2) lo and
r.,

the City-goddess joining

hands

lo,

on

1., 1.,

stands

wearing

long chiton and peplos; Gaza on

r.,

stands
1.

long chiton and peplos

;

holding

in

cornucopiae

wearing kalathos, between
;

them, Y>-

(W.T. Ready,
B.M.Cat.,
p.

1904.)

147, no 23 (PI. xv, 12).

Faustina Junior and Lucilla.

8122
PI.

293

^28

[ANjAOVKIAAA 4>AVCTINA C€BAC. Bust
and Lucilla on
I.,

of Faustina Jun. on

r.

299

18.98

draped, confronted.

99

PALESTINE

No.

PALESTINE

No.

PALESTINE
No.

PALESTINE

No.

PALESTINE

No.

PALESTINE
Metal
Size.

No.

Wt.

DESCRIPTION'

(C). Coins of the Second Revolt of the

Jews under

Simon Barcochba, A. D. 133-135.
Undated.
8l 45
PI.

49-5
3.21

jKiq

uj/W-X
r.,

^^

"I"

3OO

with fluted

IB/. (oWn* nrtfTS). One-handled jug body; on r. palm-branch border of dots.
\-/S\
:

to

f$L.

Wreath, within which

•"

:

border of dots. Traces of legend
restruck.
n° 36.

of denarius, over which this coin
Cf.B.M.Cat.,

is

— Quarter Shekel.
(Macridi Pacha, 1892.)

p. 293,

Rogers, PI.

vi, 6.

Second year of the Delivrance ot

Israel'.

— Simeon.
:

8146
PI.

180

JE 25

/.izQ
}$L.

WtL

SBlS^S/.

Vine-leaf on stalk

border of dots.

JOO

11.66
Palm-tree with two bunches of fruit; across field,
B.M.Cat.,
n» 54.

^JoW

:

bord-

er of dots.
p. 309,

805

ARABIA

807

ARABIA
No.

ARABIA
No.

ARABIA
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

fyL.

Owl
r.

to

r.,

head facing, standing on amphora lying on
1.

its

side;

to

to

ty

.

.

.

:

within border of reels and beads.

Unit.
Cf. B.

M.

Cat., p. 59, n« 25 (PI. ix, 7).

Himyaritic Coinage.

(Katabanian

?)

Mint of Harb.

8156
PI. 3OI

26.
I

I

^13

Beardless head to

r.,

curly hair indicated by dots
r.,

:

barbarous

fabric.

.69

^.

Bearded head to
1.

hair indicated by lines

and

rolled behind;

to

*

;

to

r.

£)

;

beneath,
p. 52,

n)4J.

—Third

(?).

(W.T. Ready.)
B.

M. Cat.,

n° 72 (PI. vm, 26; thiscoin).

Circ.

A. D. 50-150.
ran ya ub.

Tha

Mint of Raidan.

8157
PI. 301

23.8
1.54

ifl.13

Beardless head to
J$L.

r.,

hair long behind.
r.

Small beardless head to

with flowing hair

at

back

;

around,

inscription,

and

to

r.

$.

— Third
B.

below

head,
(?).

^-l?)

;

to

1.

4; above, nO?IH)n$
(W. T. Ready.)

M.

Cat., p. 73, n°

3

(PI. xi,

18; this coin).

811

MESOPOTAMIA

8l

3

-

MESOPOTAMIA
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

INSCRIPTION

MESOPOTAMIA
Carrhae.
{Celebrated for
its cult us

of the

Moon,

both in

male and female forni).

Imperial Coinage.

Marcus Aurelius.

8158
•3 QI

416 A15
2.70

[AVjTK

MAVPHA ANTHNIN..

Bust of M. Aurelius to

r.,

draped,

head bare.
$L.

[Yn]€PNIKHC PHMAinN-Tyche
1.,

standing, facing,
1.,

ed to

holding
B.

in r. globe,

and
3

in

— Denarius. cornucopiae.
(Osman Noury,

head turn-

1906.)

M.Cat.,p. 137, n°

(PI. xix, 7; this coin).

Babelon, Melanges II, 1893, p. 233. V. Langlois, Xttwismatiqne desAtiibes avant P Islamisme, pp. 133 sqq.

Caracal la.

8159
PI. 301

84-5 5.48

Ai 18

.

.

.

AN

Bust of Caracalla to

r.,

laureate and bearded.

fy.

...NINIANA AVRAA...
r.
;

Veiled

and
:

turreted bust of City-

goddess to

in front,
B.

cornucopiae

border of dots.

M.

Cat., p. 8« (PI. xii, 13).

Gordian

III.

8160

208
13.48

JE 29

AVTOK
dots.

K

MANT TOPAIANOC C€B.

Bust

of Gordian
:

III

to

r.,

wearing radiate

crown, paludamentum and cuirass

border of

fy.

MHTPKOA KAPPHNGON. Veiled
;

and turreted bust of City-god-

above her head, crescent-moon; before her, figure of border of dots. divinity (or Aquarius) standing on a column (Osmau Nourv, 1903.)
dess tol.
:

B.

M.

Cat., p. 89

(PL

xiii, 2).

CI. M.icJonald, Cat. Hunter, III, p. 303, n° s 20-21 (PI. l.xvm, 29).

815

MESOPOTAMIA
No.

MESOPOTAMIA
No.
Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

^L.
to

MiHT K]OA €A€CCHNCON. Tyche
1.

of the City, turreted, seated

on stool; above her head, small statue of Aquarius (?) with
over
1.

water-skin

shoulder

;

at

her

feet,

River-god, Skirtos,

swimming; two r.

in front, small altar; in field, four stars,

two
sale,

1.

and

(Webster

1886.)

M. Cat., p. 109, n» 110 (PI. xvi, 1). Macdonald, Hunter Gj/.,II1, p. 312, n° 59 (PI. lxxix, Mionnet, V, p. 610, n° 93.
B.

7).

Babelon, Melanges

II,

1893, p. 279,

n*>

79 (PI.

vil, 9).

III.

Regal Coinage restored.

Abgarus X. Phraates. Circ. A. D. 242-244.
8163
PI.

H3
9.26

M 24

AYT OK K M ANT TOPAIANOC C€B. Head
wearing border of dots.
fyi.

of Gordian

III.

to

r.,
:

301

radiate

crown, drapery over shoulder; in front, a star

[AB

TAPOC
:

BACIA6VC. Bust
border of dots.

ot

Abgar

to

r.,

wearing

tiara

;

behind, star

(Webster
Cf. B.

sale, 1886.)

M.

Cat., p.

us, n° 149
cit., p.

(PI.

xvi,

1

1).

Babelon, he.

289, n° 98.

8164
PI. 301

88

JE 20

Similar legend and radiate bust to
cuirass
:

r.,

wearing paludamentum and

5.70

border of dots.
Bust of Abgar to
290, n° 101 (PI.
r.
:

fyL

ABrAPOC BACIA€VC.
Babelon, he.

border of dots.
(Webster
sale,

1886.)

cit., p.

vm,

8).

IV. Colonial Coinage restored.

Trajan Decius.

8165
PI. 301

63-5
4. 11

&

19

AV

T A6KIC C6B (sic). Bustof Trajan Decius to r., wearing radiate border of dots. crown, paludamentum and cuirass
:

fyL.
1.

KOA €A€CCA.
;

Bust of City-goddess, veiled and turreted, to
(Edinburgh xvu, 5).
sale,

in front, small altar.
1887.)
B.

M.

Cat., p. 118, n« 167 (PI.
cit., p.

Babelon, he.

293, u° 105 (PI.

vm,

9).

Mionnet,
"

S. VIII, p. 408, n° 54.

817

MESOPOTAMIA
No.

MESOPOTAMIA
No.

PERSIA

821

PERSIA

No.

PERSIA
Metal
Size.

No.

Wt.

DESCRIPTION

8174
PI. 301

84.6
5.48

1BLI6

Similar. Similar.

J$L.
*

Siglos.
class

This coin belongs to the following

(A. O. van Lennep, 1893.) with dagger.

8175
PI. 301

83-7
5.42

iRi5

The

King, bearded, crowned, and clad in Persian kandys, a chain of four large rings on the side from the shoulder to the waist, kneeling to
r.

on
1.,

r.

knee;

at

his back,

quiver; in his

r.,

a dagger

and
I$£.

in his

a strung

bow.

Irregular incuse.


Cf.

Siglos.

B.M.C.,

PI.

(A. O. van Lennep, 1891.) xkvi, 10.
I,

Cf. Head, Lydia and Persia, PI.

26.

8176
PL
301

83

iRi5

Similar

;

but King holds short dagger.

5-37
J$L.

Similar.

Siglos.
(Macridi Pacha, 1896.)
Cf. Head, op.
cil., PI. I,

27,

Cf. Babelon, P. A., PI.

11,

24.

8177
PI. 301

18.9 1.22

J&

7

The
1.

King, bearded, crowned, and clad in Persian kandys, kneeling on one knee to r., quiver at shoulder; holds dagger, and in his
strung bow.
Irregular incuse.

tyL.

— Quarter

Siglos.
(El. Arslanoglou, 1893.)

Imhoof, Monti. Gr., Cf. Babelon, P. A.,

453, n° 74. p. 16, n° 136.
p.
:

8178
PI.

82
5-31

^15

The King, crowned,
two countermarks.
I$£.

bearded, and kneeling on one knee, as before

301

Irregular incuse

:

four deep cuts and countermarks.

Siglos.
1898.)

(A. O. van Lennep,

8179
PI. 301

83.4 5.40

^Ri5

Similar type
fyL.

;

King holding spear

:

two countermarks

in front.

Irregular incuse:

two countermarks.


Siglos.

8180
PI. 301

84.6
5.48

^15

Similar type; but almost entirely obliterated by countermarks, one of which, tetraskeles-wheel ornament.
T$L.

Irregular incuse

:

two countermarks.

Siglos.

824

PERSIA

No.

PERSIA

No.

PERSIA

No.

PERSIA

No.

PERSIA
Metal
Size.

No.

Wt.

DESCRIPTION

1$L.

Lion to

1. ;

above, T

:

border of dots. Concave

field.

— Attic

Tetradrachm.
(W.
Imhoof, Monti. Gr.,
Babelon, Traite,
Cf. B.
p. 377,

S. Lincoln.)

n° 10.

M.

Cat., p.

491, n° 790. no 36 (PI. xxn, 187,
II, p.

3).

8201
PI.

24I.6

^23

Similar type; in field
dots.

1.,

pellet;

under

chair,

four dots

:

border of

302

T5T66

J$L.

Lion to

1.

;

above, pentalpha

:

border of dots.

Attic Tetra-

drachm.
(W.
Imhoof, Monti. Gr., p. 378, n» 36. Babelon. P. A., PI. vn, 6; Traite, PI. cxv, 22.
B.
S. Lincoln.)

M.

Cat., p. 187, no 39 (PI. xxii, 4).

Seleucus

I.

B.C. 312-306.
8202
PI. 302

248
16.07

^23

Baaltars seated to

1.,
1.

naked to waist, chlamys about lower part of
r.

body

;

he
r.

rests

on throne behind him and
1.
:

on long dotted

sceptre;
J$L.

foot

drawn back behind
:

border of dots.

Lion to

1.

;

above, anchor

border of dots.

Concave

field.

Attic Tetradrachm.
Imhoof, Monti. Gr.,
Babelon, P. A.,
J.

p. 378,
;

n° 39.

p. 44,

no 308

Traite, PI. cxv, 13.

P. Six,

Num.
M.

Cf. B.

Chron., 1884, p. 133, n° 18 (PI. VI, 7). Cat., p. 188, n» 43 (PI. xxii, 6).

8203
PI.

97-2

iRi7

Baaltars seated to

1.,

himation over

1.

arm and lower

limbs,
r.
:

r. rest-

302

6.30

ing on
dots.

sceptre

;

in front,

horned head of horse to

border of

IJ6.

Lion walking to
B.

1. ;

above, anchor.

— Didrachm
II ,lJ sale,

(?).

(Montagu,

1897

;

lot

307.)

M.

Cat., p.

190, n° 52 (PI. xxii, 12).

8204
PI. 302

2525 ifU3
16.36

Similar type.

829

PERSIA

No.

PERSIS

-8 3
I

PERSIS

No.

CHARACENE

-

835

~
ios

CHARACENE
No.

BACTRIA

8 39

-

BACTRIA
No.

AFRICA

EGYPT

843
106

EGYPT

EGYPT
R.S. Poole, B.M.Cat., The
J.N.Svoronos, Ta
Noji.t<rj/.a7a

Ptolemies, 1883.
;

tou KpaTous twv IlToXejjLatwv, Vols. I— III, 1904
I,

and Vol. IV, with German translation of Vol.

1908.

K. Regling,

Zeit.f.

Num., XXV,

pp. 344-96.

-

844

-

EGYPT
No. Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

EGYPT
I.

GREEK KINGS OF EGYPT.
The Ptolemies.
Ptolemy
I

(Soter).

(B.C. 323-28)).
Period
I

(B.C. 323-305).
to
r.,

8211
PI. 303

264.2 /R.27
12

Head of Alexander the Great
elephant-skin and aegis
I$£.
:

with horn of Amnion, wearing

border of dots.
seated to
r.
1.,

AAEIANAP[OYJ. Zeus
in

with himation over lower
;

limbs, holding
1.

extended
o(
r.,

foot
1.,

drawn

in front

eagle, and resting 1. on sceptre both resting on footstool in field
;

to

thunderbolt; beneath

seat,

rtl

:

border of dots.
(Montagu

-

Attic

Tetrad rachm.
sale,

1894.)

Svoronos,

n° 22 (PI. 1, 13). B.M.Cat., p. 2, n» 2.
p.
5,

8212
PI. 303

22.8
r

A

13

Similar.

.48
tyL.

Archaistic figure of
r.

in field to r., eagle

— Rhodian
to
r.,

Athene Promachos to

r.,

hurling javelin;

Hemidrachm.

(found

in

the sand

on the old port of Alexandria, 1894.) Cf. Svor., p. 8, n° 35 (PI. 11, 15).
in elephant-skin.

8213
PI.

343

3

/K27

Head of Alexander the Great
36.

303

15-77

AAEZANAPEION

(to

1.).

nTOAEMAlOY

(to

r.)

Archaistic

figure of Athene Promachos to r., hurling javelin, and holding shield in front of her; both ends of chlamys falling over arms
in field to
1.,

;

Al

border of dots.
Svoronos,

;

to r.,

the Ptolemaic eagle on thunderbolt

:

Rhodian Tetradrachm.
n° 32 (PI.
Hill,
11,

p. 7,

10).

(D r Edde, Alexandria, 1899.) This coin also mentioned.
p. 181.

Handbook,

Cat. of a late collector, 1900, PI. ix, 460. Num. Cbron., 1920, p. 100. British Museum.

-845

-

EGYPT
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

82I4
PI.

I4O

JE 21

Head of Aphrodite
ring.
J$L.

to

r.,

wearing ornamented Stephanos and ear-

303

907

nTOAEMAIOY.

Eagle to

1.

on thunderbolt;

in

front, star;

beneath, H.
(Sim
Svor., p. 14, n° 75 (PI. vi, 23.
sale,

1890.)

Num.
112
7- 2 5
T$L.

Chrott.,

N.S., XI, 1871,

p. 231.

8215
PI.

JE21

Similar.

303

Similar; in

field to

1.,

a wreath.

(Smyrna, 1891.)
Svor., p. 14, n° 78 (PI. vi, 24).

Mionnet,
*

II, p.

67, n« 44.

8214-5 struck in Cyprus.

Period

II

(B.C. 305-285).
to
r.,

8216
pl - 3°3

238

J&28

Head of Alexander the Great
dots.

in elephant-skin

border of

1542

Countermark,

crescent.

tyl.

AAEIANAPOY

(to

1.).

Archaistic figure of

Athene Promachos
;

to r., holding shield in front of her

and hurling javelin

ends of

chlamys falling over both arms ; in field to 1. |4i and cornucopiae, to r. £ and Ptolemaic eagle to r. on thunderbolt border of dots.
:

— Rhodian Tetradrachm.
Svoronos,
p. 25.

(Cairo, 1898.)

n° 159 a (PI. v, 18

;

this coin).

8217
PI.

241

JR. 28

Similar
J$L.

;

countermark on cheek,
;

A

303

15.61
to

Similar legend and type
r.

in front of

on thunderbolt;

in field r.,

M. — Rhodian Tetradrachm.
;

Athene, Ptolemaic eagle

(E.P.Triantaphyllos, 1900.)
Svor., p. 19, n° 107 (PI. iv, 11)
var.
1?

this coin.

8218
PI. 303

241.5
15.65

jK2$

Similar
J$L.

;

no countermark.
r.

Similar; in field

TH.

— Rhodian Tetradrachm.
(Cairo, 1898.)

Svor., p. 20, n° 108 ? ; this coin (PI. iv, 9). B. M. Cat., p. 6, n° 51.

846

EGYPT
No.
Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION'

8219
PI.

242

^.28

Similar.

303

75~68
tyL.

Similar; in

field

1.

|4J,

and

r.,

1^.

— Rhodian

Tetradrachm.
(Alexandria, 1897.)

Svor., p. 22,

n<>

1

39

1^

;

this coin (PI. v, 16).

8220
PI.

240

JK2S

Similar.

303

1555
Y$L.

Similar; in

field

1.

W,
B.

and

r.

Al.

— Rhodian Tetradrachm.
(Cairo, 1898.)
10).

Svor., p. 23, n" 142 a

;

this coin (PI. v,

M.

Cat., p. 4, n° 24.

8221
PI.

242

J&2$

Similar.

303

7T68
fyl.

Similar

;

in

field

1.

Al, and

r.

fc$J.

Rhodian Tetradrachm.
(Cairo, 1898.)

Svor., p. 23, n» 143

:

•;

this coin (PI. v, 12).

8222
PI.

242
1 5
.

3

J&2$

Similar.

303

70

tyL Similar; in

field

to

1.

K, and

20

r.

£.

Rhodian

Tetra-

drachm.
(Cairo, 1898.)

Svor.,
B.

p.

24, n° 146 xa
p.
3,

;

this coin (PI. v, 7)
1,

M. Cat.,

no 21 (PI.

5).

8223
T

237
5-35

^28

Similar. Similar.

fyL.

— Rhodian Tetradrachm.
(W.T. Ready,
B.

1896.)

M.

Cat., p.
p.

3,

n° 20.

Svoronos,

53, n° 146 £.

8224
PI.

242

^.28

Similar.

303

77768
l]L.

Similar type

;

in front

of Athene, above, helmet to
r.
;

Ptolemaic eagle on thunderbolt to Tetradrachm.

in field

r.

X.

— Rhodian
(Cairo, 1898.)

r.

;

below,

Svor., p. 27, no 162 i9; this coin (PI. VI, 2). B. M. Cat., p. 4, no 33.

Waddington, Rev. Num., 1865

(PI. n, 4).

822<

243-3 JR. 28
15-77

Similar.
Similar.

1$L.

— Rhodian Tetradrachm.
(Cairo, 1894.)

-

847

-

EGYPT
No.

EGYPT
No. Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

8233
PI. 304

27-5 1.78

N 10

Head of Ptolemy
head, A.
„,

I

to

r.,

diademed, and wearing aegis

;

behind

*•

BA2IAEHI
;

(to r.)

nTOAEMAIOY(toi.)in field to
1.

_ Bgle
.

,

L °" thunderbolt > win S s

,

.

,

.

open

X.

— Phoenician Triobol.
(Osman Noury,
1903.)

CI. Svoronos. PI. vn, 11.

8234
PI.

28
I.

N

9

Similar.

304

81
Y$L.

Similar;

riTOAEMAlOY

out of field;

in front of eagle,

M-

Phoenician Triobol.
(Ad. Hess Nachf, 1901.)
Svor., p. 34, n"

200

(PI.

vn,

12).

8235
PI-

j

27.

3

iV 10
j

Similar.

304!

1.77

Similar; legend complete.
Cf. B.

— Phoenician Triobol.
(A.O. van Lennep,
1893.)

M.

Cat., p. 20, n° 53 (PI. hi, 5).

8236
PI.

220

JK26

Head of Ptolemy
dots.

I

to

r.,

diademed, and wearing aegis

:

border of

304

M-25

*" "bAII AEH2
J^p.

Y
'

Ea ^ leto

l

on thunderbolt

;

in

Held to

1.

— Phoenician

Tetradrachm.
(Rollin
;

&

Feuardent, 1888.)

tliis coin (PI. IX, 11). Svor., p. 43, n° 255 xy B. M. Cat., p. 20, n° 59.

8237
PI. 304

95

^

*9

Head of Berenice

to

r.

:

border of dots.

6.15
fyL.

BEPENIKH2 BAIIAIZIHI Club

to

r.

:

the whole in wreath: concave field*.

— Phoenician
*

E

Didrachm.
(W. T. Ready,
1899.)
c

Svor., p. 51, n° 318

;

this coin (PI.

m,

44).

the Struck in Cyrenaica Berenice and stepson of Soter.
;

monogram

is

that of the governor Magas, son of

849

-

EGYPT
No.

EGYPT
Metal

No.

Wt.

Size.

DESCRIPTION

Issued after the death of Arsinoe'

II,

B. C.

271-270.
veil; behind,

8243
PI.

208.3
I3-50

iR27

Head of Arsinoe

to

r.,

wearing stephane, diadem and

304

I

:

border of dots.

^

APIINOHI(to
;

1.)

4>IAAAEA(J>OY (to r.) wings closed between eagle's
Svoronos,
p. 71,

Eagle standing to
legs, X.

1.

on thunderbolt,

— Tetradrachm.
(H. Hoffmann, 1892.)
;

n° 456 (PI. xvi, 16

this coin).

Cite.

B.C. 285-270.
:

8244
PI.

219-3 J&2-J
14.21

Head of Ptolemy

I

to

r.,

diademed, wearing aegis

border of dots.

304

Two

countermarks,

indistinct.

^

HTOAEMAIOY

BAIIAEm
shield
;

Eagle to

1.

on thunderbolt

;

in

field

to

r.,

to

1.

^

:

border of dots.

— Tetradrachm.
(Cairo, 1894.)

Svor., p. 79, n° 530 (PI. xii, 4).

Ore. B.C. 28 5 -284.
8245
PI.

274-2
I7.77

N

22

Head of Ptolemy
dots.

I

to r.,

diademed and wearing

aegis

:

border of

304

n
*£•

MA I?if A c

^

Y

Ea g!e

^

••

on thunderbolt

;

in field to

1.

XL

:

border of dots.

— Pentadrachm.
(Whittall sale, 1884
;

lot

1 5 5 1

Svor., p. 81, n° 547 8

;

this coin (PI. xiv, 1).

B.M.Cat.,

p. 24,

1.

Circ.

B.C. 285-266.

8246
Pi.

219.8
14.24

^25

Similar.

304

J$L.

Similar type

;

in field

1.

JC

and shield

;

to

r.

A.

Tetradrachm.
(Cairo, 1894.)

Svor., p. 83, no 552 (PI. xiv, 6). Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 46, no 3 (PI. ix, 2).

-851

107

EGYPT
No.

EGYPT
No.

EGYPT
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Ptolemy

III

(Euergetes).

(B.C. 246-221).
8258
PL
305

548-9

-^34

Head of Arsinoe
behind head,
18

35-5^

wearing diadem, stephane and veil 221 B.C.) border of dots. (year BBB, 50
II to
r.,

=

;

:

APIINOHI
I}L.

(to

1.)
.

(|>IAAAEA(t>OY
fillets

Double cornucopiae,

filled

with

fruit,

(to r.)
:

with pendant

border of dots.

— Decadrachm.
(Bompois
sale
;

lot

2035.)

Svoronos,

p. 144,

n° 961 (PL xxvin, 26 ;this coin).

8259
PI. 305

473

^33

Head of Zeus
dots.

Ammon

to

r.,

diademed,

with uraeus

:

border of

30.64

#- "1?™=!'?* Eagle tol. on thunderbolt; between legs, dA2.\ Ac L12. ^ in field cornucopiae with fillet attached border of dots.

;

1.

:

(Cairo, 1894.)
Cf. Svor., p. 146, n° 965

(PL xxix,

20).

8260
PI. 305

307

JE 30

Similar.

19-59
J$L.

Similar; between eagle's legs,

>fc.

(Cairo, 1894.)
Svor., p. 146, n° 966

(PL xxix, 21).
I.

Commemorative coinage of Berenice
826l
PI.

305

33-6 2.18

Mil

Head of Berenice

to r.,

diademed and veiled

:

border of dots.

fy>'

DCDcmi/ur bbrcNIKni
stars
:

Cornucopiae with pendant

fillets,

between

two

border of dots.

— Attic N. Hemidrachm.
(Hoffmann, 1884.)

Svor., p. 151, n° 981 'a; this coin

(PL xxix,
5).

9).

B.M.Cat.,

p. 59,

n° 4 (PL xiv,

Coins struck in Cyprus.

8262
Pi.

208
!3-47

JE 29

Head of Zeus
dots.

Ammon

to

r.,

diademed, with uraeus

:

border of

;o 5

fy"

DirucAT

Cultus-statue of Aphrodite, facing, standing

-

854

-

EGYPT
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

on

basis,

wearing kalathos,

r.,

arm on

breast,

1.,

holding up dress

:

border of dots.

(W. T. Ready.)
Svor., p. 157, n° 1005 (PI. xxx, 15).

Mionnet, VI,

p. .43,

n° 376.

8263
PI. 30s

855
5
-

iEio.

Similar.

54

fyL Similar.
(Kelekian, 1897).
Svor., p. 157, n° 1007 (PI. xxx, 19). B.M.Cat., p. 52, n° 61.

Ptolemy IV. (Philopator).

B.C. 221-204.
8264
PI. 305

428.6 27.80

X

26

Bust of Ptolemy
trident

III.

to

r.,

radiate,
:

wearing

aegis,

and carrying

combined with
Y
'

sceptre

border of dots.

^"
A
I

"

BAZIAEOI
:

Cornuc °P iae

>

fitted and

radiate;

below,

border of dots.

Al.

Octadrachm.
(Ad. Hess Nachf., Frankfort, 1887.)

Svor., p. 178, n° 1117 (PI. xxxvi, 7).

B.M.Cat.,

p. 56,

n° 103 (PI. xn, 4).

8265
Pl. 305

204.8

^27

Busts of Sarapis and

Isis

to

r.,

jugate

:

border of dots.

1327
fy"

dat-iac^tr.
:

Eagle to

1.,

on thunderbolt, looking back;
fillet
;

on
Al

wing, double cornucopiae bound with border of dots. Tetradrachm.

between

legs,

(H. Hoffmann.)
Svor., p. 179, n°

124 c; (this coin) PI. xxxvi, 13. B.M.Cat., 79, n° 7 (PI. xvm, 8).
1
;

Jameson

Cat., PI. xciv, 1824.

8266
PI. 305

'"5
72.25

JE 42

Head of Zeus Amnion

to

r.,

diademed

:

border of dots.

^" "BAIIAIEni^

Eagle

standin S t0 l >

on

th underbolt;

in

-

855

-

EGYPT
No.

EGYPT
No.

EGYPT
No.
Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

8279

_2J2

JE 27

Similar.
Similar.
(Sotheby
sale,

1503
1$L.

June 1883.)

Issued in Cyprus, under the governor Polycrates.

8280
PI.

218.8
14.
1!

^26

Head of Ptolemy
dots.

I.

to

1.,

diademed and wearing aegis

:

border ot

306

*" "Iaiiaehz
to r.,

Y
"

Eagle to '"

on ,hunderbolt

:

in fidd


«-.
;

An

:

border of dots.

— Tetradrachm.
(W.
S. Lincoln, 1887.)

Svor., p. 216, n° 1305 e; this coin (PL xliv, 4). Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 68, no 2.

Struck at Citium.

8281 PL 306

220
14-25

^.26

Similar.

1$L.

Similar; in

field

1.,

LI

;

to

r.,

Kl.

Tetradrachm.
(Boyne
sale,

1896.)

Svor., p. 221, n° 1355

t)

;

this coin

(PL xlvi,

7).

B.M.Cat.,

p. 71,

no 43.

8282
PI.

221

J&26

Similar.
Similar.

306

14.32
T$l.

— Tetradrachm.
(W.
Svoronos, p. 201, n° 1235 (PL XL, 7
;

S. Lincoln, 1883.)

this coin).

Ptolemy VI. (Philometor).

B.C. 181-146.

Commemorative coinage of Arsinoe
8283
PI. 306

II.

43Q-3

#28

Head of Arsinoe
border of dots.

II.,

wearing stephane and

veil to

r.

;

behind, K

:

27.87

^"

(blAAAFAtbOY

'

D° u M e
A7.

cornucopiae

bound with

fillet

:

border of dots.

Octadrachm.
(H. Khaouam, Cairo, 1898.)

Svor., p. 223, n° 1374 (PL xlvii, 2). Cf. B.M.Cat. PL vni, 8.

858

EGYPT
Metal

No.

Wt.

Size.

DESCRIPTION

Struck in Cyprus.

8284

221

^.25

Head of Ptolemy
dots.

I.

to r.,

diademed and wearing aegis; border of

M-32

n fy

E

I?^, AEi 2 BA2I
2

^?
:

Y
-

Eagfe to

1.,

on thunderbolt;

in field to

1.,

LI

;

r.,

Kl

border of dots.
1

— Tetradrachm.
(W.
S. Lincoln.)
ji
;

Svor., p. 227, n°

390

this coin (PI. xlix, 2).

Joint coinage of Ptolemy VI. and VII.

8285
PI.

125

JE 21

Head of Zeus Amnion

to

r.

:

border of dots.
-i Slt* e

306

8.10

D,
i%>.

nTOAEMAlOY ^ rati a pot
'

° eaS' es
,

u

^y

S1 " e

-i

to

1

'•'

r stan ding

on

thunderbolt

;

in front,

cornucopiae

:

border of dots.

Svor., p. 255,110 1425 (PI. xi.viii, 12).

Ptolemy VIII. (Euergetes

II).

B.C. 170-116.
8286
PI.

211

.K26

Head of Ptolemy
dots.

I.

to

r.,

diademed, and wearing aegis

:

border of

506

13-^7

^"

°

Y
*

— Tetradrachm.
(W.
Svor., p. 245, no 1489 (PI.
Cf.
li, 4).

BAIIAEfll

^k

t0 l '

°" lhunderboIt

:

border of dots

«

S. Lincoln, 1883.)

B.M.Cat.,

PI.

xxiv, 4.

Struck at Citium.

8287
PI.

218.8
14.18

^26

Similar.

506

fyL.

Similar

;

in field

border of dots.

— Tetradrachm.
t

1.,

crested helmet,

and LAI" (33) and
(W.
J.

r.,

Kl

:

Webster.)

this coin (PI. lv, 13). Svor., p. 257, no 1587 Cf. B.M.Cat. PI. xx, 2.
:

859

~
108

EGYPT
No.

EGYPT
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

Ptolemy XI. (Alexander

I).

B.C. 114-88.
8293
PI. 307

212
13-73

A28

Head of Ptolemy

I.

to r.,

diademed
t0

:

border of dots.

^"

^
BA2^AEn2°
r.,

Y

E lgle
'

l

" ° n thunderbolt '

in

field

l>

LB,

TTA.

— Tetradrachm.
(1879.)
Svor., p. 287, n° 1736 (PI. Lix,
3).

8294
PI. 307

103.2

^.19

TJ9

Bust of Ptolemy IV. (Philopator) as Dionysos, wearing ivy-wreath, and with thyrsos across shoulder border ot dots.
:

n
$l.

E

Y

I

— Didrachm.

T|

En?

'

Eagle to

l

" on thunderbolt

:

border of dots

-

(Athens, 1901.)
Svor., p. 292, n° 1790 (PI. xliii, 23).

Ptolemy XIII. Auletes (B.C. 80-58, and 55-51).
8295
PI.

29
I.

JE 13

Head of Zeus Amnion
1$L. Inscr. indistinct.

to

r.

:

border of dots.
Isis
:

307

Headdress of

border of dots.
(Alexandria, 1894.)

Svoronos,

p. 304,

n° 1845 (PI. lxi, 32).

Cleopatra VII. (B.C. 52-30).

8296
PI. 507

317

JE 27

Bust of Cleopatra VII to

r.,

diademed

:

border of dots.
1.,

20.54

$L.
to

KAE0HATPA2 BA2[IA22H2].
1.,

Eagle to
n.

on thunderbolt

;

double cornucopiae

;

to

r.,

(Lord Vernon

sale,

1885.)

Minted

at

Alexandria.

B.M.Cat.,

Ptolemies, p. 123, n° 4

(PL xxx,
lxiii, 4).

7).

Svor., p. 311, no 1873

(PL

861

EGYPT
No.

EGYPT
No.

EGYPT
No.

EGYPT
No.

EGYPT
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

83

I I

202
I3.O9

Billon

Similar

;

date L IA (14)

;

legend partly indistinct.

PI. 307

24
I£.

AnOAAHN

riYODOI]. Bust of Apollo to
;

quiver at shoulder

in front, star.

— Tetradrachm.

r.,

laureate,

with

(Gizeh Museum, 1894.)
Cf.

B.M.Cat.,

n° 142. Dattari, n° 208.
p. 8,

8312

198

Billon

Similar; type to
I$L.

r.

;

no

date.
in

12.83

24

AYTOKPA.

Bust of Alexandria to

field to r.,

LIB (year 12).

wearing — Tetradrachm. elephant-skin
r.,
p. 20,

;

(Gizeh Museum, 1894.)

B.M.Cat.,

n° 163.

Dattari, n° 204.

Otho.

A.D.
83I3
PI.

69. Jan. 15

—April

16.

192

Billon.

AYTOK MAPK [OOHNOI
eate; in front,
fyL.

KAII] 2EB. Head of Otho

to

r.,

laur-

307

12.44

24

LA

(1).

AAEZAN [APEA].
:

Bust of Alexandria to

skin

border of dots.

— Tetradrachm.
p. 25, n°
n<>

r.,

wearing elephant(Argyropoulos, 1883.)

B.M.Cat.,

212 (PI. xxiv).
324.

Dattari,

Vespasian.

A.D.
83I4
190
Billon

69-79.

AYTOK KAII IEBA0YE2TTAIIA NOY. Head
laureate; in front,

of Vespasian to

r.,

12.31

24

LH

(year 8)

:

border of dots.
to r., laureate
:

fy.

AYTOKPATHP TITOZ
B.M.Cat.,

border of dots.

— Tetradrachm.

KAI2AP. Head of Titus

(Dattari, Cairo, 1894.)
p. 28, n°

225 (PI. xxxn).
11).

Dattari, n° 347 (PI.

8315
PI. 307

"3
7-32

JE 24

AYTOK KAII 2EBIA0VE2] DAIIANOY.
laureate.

Head of Vespasian

to

r.,

866

EGYPT
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size .

DESCRIPTION

fyL.

Bust oflsis to
:

r.,

wearing

disk,

horns and taenia; in front, L s
(Gizeh Museum, 1894.)

(year 6)

border of dots.
B.M.Cat.,
p. 32,

n° 265.

Dattari, n° 585.

8316

121

JE 24

Similar;
T$L.

[AY]TOK KAII lEBAOYEinAIIANOY

:

border of dots.

Similar.
(Gizeh Museum, 1894.)

B.M.Cat.,

p. 32, n°

266.

83I7
PI.

100

JE 22

AYTOK KAIZAPOI OYEinAIIANOY. Head
laureate: border of dots.

of Vespasian to

r.,

308

fyL

ZEBAITOY
:

L

ENAT. Bust of Alexandria
(O.

to

r.,

wearing
Rome,

ele-

phant-skin

border of dots.
Vitalini,

1894.)

B.M.Cat.,

p. 33,

n° 272.

Dattari, n° 370.

Domitian.

A.D. 81-96.
8318
Pi. 308

105

&

25

AYT KAIIAP AOMITIANOI 2EB. Head
eate
:

of Domitian to

r.,

laur-

6.80

border of dots.
Bust of Sarapis to

fyL

ETOV1 TPITOY.
:

r.,

wearing modius and
(Gizeh Museum, 1894.)

taenia

border of dots.
B.M.Cat.,
p.

37, no joj,

Dattari, n° 528.

Trajan.

A.D. 98-117.
8319
Pi.

201

Billon

AYT TPAIANC €B T€PM AAKIK. Head
border of dots.
1$L.

of Trajan to

r.,

laureate

:

308

13.02

24

Agathodaemon serpent

to

r.,

wearing skhent

;

enfolds winged

caduceus and corn-stalk; Tetradrachm.

in ex.,

LIE (year 15): border of dots.
(Argyropoulos, 1883.)

B.M.Cat.,

p. 47,

n° 391.

Dattari, n° 697.

867


109

EGYPT
No.

EGYPT
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

8325
PI.

208
13-47

Billon,

AVT

KAI TPAI
cuirass

AAPIA C6B.
and aegis
:

Bust to

r.,

laureate

;

wears paludamen-

308

24

tum,
fyL.
I

border of dots.
r.,

L A. Bust of Helios to
B.

radiate.

— Tetradrachm.
(Argyropoulos, 1883.)

M.

Cat., p. 71, n° 584.

Mionnet, VI, p. 172, n°i075. Dattari, n° 138s (PI. xm).

8326
PI.

187
12. II

Billon,

AVT
T$L.

KAI TPAI

AAPIA C€B-

Similar.
clad in chiton
r.
:

308

27

LENAEKATOY.Elpis
r.,

standing to

1.,

and peplos,

holds flower in

and

raises chiton

with

border of dots.

Tetradrachm.
(Dattari, Cairo, 1894.)

B.M.

Cat., p. 72, n° 595.

Dattari, n° 1370.

8327
PI. 308

183

Billon

Similar.

II.85

24
fyL.

L

AG0A€KATOY.
:

holds with
pattern

Phtha, mummiform, to r., wearing disk, both hands sceptre, body covered with diagonal Tetradrachm. border of dots.

(Dattari, 1894.)

B.

M.

Cat., p. 76, n°

637

(PI.

xxm).

Dattari, n° 1445 (PI. xxi).

8328
PI.

190

Billon

AVT KAIC TPAAAPIANOC
border of dots.
fyL.

C€B. Head of Hadrian

to

1.,

laureate:

308

12.31

25

L K (20). Nilus recumbent to 1., himation over lower limbs, crowned with lotus, holds reed in r., and cornucopiae in 1.

beneath him, crocodile to
Cf. B.

r.

— Tetradrachm.

;

(Dattari, Cairo, 1894.)

Cat., p. 77, n° 649. Dattari, n° 1436.

M.

8329

20

r

Billon,

AVT KAIC TPAIAN AAPIANOC C€B.

Bust of Hadrian to
:

r.,

wear-

13.02

24

ing paludamentum, cuirass and aegis
J$L.

border of dots.

L IZ (17). Similar type.

— Tetradrachm.
(Argyropoulos, 1883.)
p. 77,

B.M. Cat.,

no 648.

869

EGYPT
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

833O
PI.

210
13.60

Billon

AVT KAIC TPA AAPIANOC C€B. Head
border of dots.

of Hadrian to

r.,

laureate:

308

24

LKB

(22). Similar type

:

border of dots.
p. 77,

— Tetradrachm.
(Dattari, Cairo, 1894.)

B.M.Cat.,

n° 651.

Dattari, n° 1437.

833I
PI. 308

208
13-47

Billon

AVT

KAI TPAI

AAPIA C€B.
cuirass
:

Bust of Hadrian to

r.,

wearing palu-

24

damentum, and
I$L.

border of dots.
:

LA6KAT0Y.

Eagle tor., wings closed

border of dots.

— Tetra-

drachm.
(Kylikos, Cairo, 1894.)

B.M.Cat.,

p. 78,

n° 659.

Dattari, n° 1567.

Bronze.

8332

166

JE 29

Inscr. illegible.
J$L. Isis
:

Head of Hadrian
r.,

to

r.,

laureate.

10.75
Pharia to
holds inflated
sail

with both hands and

1.

foot

border of dots.
(Gizeh Museum, 1894.)
Cf.

B.M.Cat.,

p. 89,

n° 754.

8333
PI.

24-5
1.59

JE 14

No
1$L.

inscr.

Head of Hadrian
legs,
;

to

r.,

laureate
1., r.
:

:

plain border.

308

Pan, with goat's
1.

walking to

extended, in
plain border.

1.,

pedum

;

nebris over

arm

in field, LIA

(n)

(L. d'Avierino, 1894.)

B.M.Cat.,

p. 83, n° 700.

Dattari, n° 181 6.

8334

136

JE 24

Inscr. illegible. Bust of

Hadrian to

r.,

laureate, wearing cuirass

and

paludamentum.
JfyL.

Isis

seated to

r.

on throne suckling Harpokrates.
(Gizeh Museum, 1894.)

B.M.Cat.,

p. 90,

no 762.

Dattari, no 1749.

8335
Pi. 308

126.5 "8720~

^25

...TPAI AAPIA C€B. Head of Hadrian to
dots.

r.,

laureate

:

border of

870

EGYPT
No.
Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION'

Y$L.

-ENAEKA-

Y. Bull butting to

r.

:

border of dots.
(Gizeh Museum, 1894.)

B.M.Cat.,

p. 95,

n° 815.

Dattari, n° 2046.

8336
PI.

355

JE 35

AVT

KAI

TPAIAAPIA C€B.
:

Bust of Hadrian to

r.,

laureate

;

wears

308

23.00

paludamentum
J$L.

border of dots.
1.,

Xilus recumbent to
in
I.,

crowned with

lotus,

himation over lower

limbs, holding

genius, and in

r., comucopiae, from which springs infant in ex., reed; rests on crocodile; above IS
;

LAG0A€K

:

border of dots.
(Luxor, 1894.)

B.M.Cat.,

p. 92, n<>

783.

Dattari, no 1806.

8337

I

376

^35

Similar.

24.36
fyL.

Similar; under

1.

arm of
Cf.

Xilus,

hippopotamus
n° 786.

to

r.

(Luxor, 1894.)

B.M.Cat.,

p. 92,

Dattari, n°

1796 (PI. xix).

8338

J

383

^35

Similar.
IS Similar; on rocks, hippopotamus; date, L (16).

24.81
Y$L.

(Luxor, 1894.)
B.

M.

Cat., p. 93, no 792 (PI. xx).

8339

286
18.53

^34

Inscr. illegible.
fyL.

Head of Hadrian

to

r.

;

laureate

:

border of dots.
r.
;

L

A

(4).

Emperor
:

branch and aquila

in quadriga of horses to border of dots.

holds laurel-

(Gizeh Museum.)
B.

M.

Cat., p. 100, no 865.

Dattari, n° 1587.

8340
PI.

403

JE 35

AVT

KAI TPAI

AAPIA C€B. Bust of Hadrian
cuirass.

to

r.,

laureate, wear-

308

26.4

ing paludamentum and
1$L.

Ll€ (15).

Emperor standing
in

to

1.,

laureate, holding sceptre in
kisses
it
;

1.,

which he extends

to Alexandria,
1.,

who
:

she wears peplos

and chiton, and holds

corn

border of dots.
(Luxor, 1894.)

B.M.Cat.,

p.

101, no 870 (PI. xxvn).

871

EGYPT
No.

EGYPT
No.
Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

fyL.

L

TPITOY.
:

caduceus

Eirene standing to 1., holding in border of dots. Tetradrachm.

r.

corn, and in

1.

(Dattari, Cairo, 1894.)

B.M.Cat.,

p.

in, n°959.

BRONZE.

8347
PI.

293

JE 32

Inscr. illegible.
Y$L.

Head of Antoninus Pius
1.,

to

r.,

laureate.

309

18.98

Bust of Aphrodite to
1. ;

wearing stephane

;

beneath, bull

but-

ting to

above,

star.

(Kylikos, Cairo, 1894.)

B.M.Cat.,

p.

127, no 1080 (PI. xn).

Dattari, n° 2959.

8348
PI.

433

JE36

AVT K TAIAAAP ANTC0N€IN[OC
to r., laureate
:

C€B]. Head of Antoninus Pius

309

28.05

border of dots.
of Zeus Sarapis, laureate and wearing wearing uraeus ; in front, palm-branch within
r.
:

!$£..

Jugate

heads to
Isis,

modius, and

border of dots.
(Florence, 1881.)
Cf. Mionnel, S. IX, p. 76, n« 296.

Cf. F. Feuardent, Coll. Demetrio, p. 107, n° 161 Cf. Dattari, p. 183, n os 2854-55.

1.

8349
PI. 309

290

JE 32

...-TAIA

AAP ANTCONINOC.

Bust

of Antoninus

Pius

to

r.,

18^9

laureate.

fyL.

LKA
to

( 2 4)r.
;

Bust of Sarapis to
:

r.,

wearing modius; beneath,
(Dr Imhoof,
1

ram

in front, altar

plain border.
89 1.)

Dattari, p. 182, n° 2835.

8350
PI.

385

^34

AVT KAIA AAP ANTC0N6INOC C€B€YC.
to
r.,

Bust of Antoninus Pius
:

309

24.94

laureate,

wearing paludamentum, cuirass and aegis

plain

border.

tyL.

L€NATOY.
1.
;

Nilus seated to

1.,

reed in

at his side, crocodile to

holding cornucopiae in r. border of dots.
:

r.

and

(Sotheby

sale,

1888.)

B.M.Cat.,

p. 136,

n° 1147 (PI. xix).

873

EGYPT
No.

EGYPT
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

8356

306

JE 32

Similar.

79T82
1$L.

L€N A6KATOV.

Isis

seated

to

r.,

wearing horns, disk and
1894.)

plumes, and chiton with mantle, suckling Harpokrates. (Gizeh Museum,
B.M.Cat.,
p. 133,

n° 1126.

Dattari, n° 2651.

8357
PI.

28

JE 13

No

inscr.

Head of Antoninus Pius or Hadrian
(14). Head-dress oflsis.

to r., laureate.

309

fy. L

I

A

(L. d'Avierino, Alexandria, 1894.)
Cf.

B.M.Cat.,

p.

144, n° 121

1.

Marcus Aurelius.

A.D.161-180.
BRONZE.

8358
PI. 309

348

JE 32

MAYPHAIOC ANTCONINOC].
and draped
tyL.
:

Bust of M. Aurelius to

r.,

laureate

22.56

border of dots.
to
1.,

MONH

TA. Moneta standing
scales

clad in chiton with
;

diplo'i's,

and holding

and sceptre ; in field T to r., small altar, on of Nike to 1., holding wreath and palm-branch which, figure border of dots.
:

(Alex. Grant Feuardent, Coll. Danetrio, p. 141, n° 2020. Cf. Dattari, p. 230, n° 3477 bis.

sale,

1890.)

8359
PI.

483

JE 35

Similar.

309

31.29
tyL.

(Ra:)

6V0HNIA. Euthenia standing
;

to
:

1.,

holding ears of corn and
(Gizeh Museum, 1894.)

comucopiae

in field, L T

(3)

plain border.
1302.

B.M.Cat.,

p. 158, n°

Cf. Dattari, n° 3453.

8360
PI.

JE 32

MAVPHAIOC
fyL.

Bust of M. Aurelius tor., laureate.

309

(Rev.)

Euthenia recumbent to
;

uraeus

holds in

r.

wreathed with corn and wearing three ears of corn, and rests 1. on an andro1.,
:

sphinx (?) date uncertain

border of dots.
(Gizeh Museum, 1894.)

Dattari, n° 3457.

-875

no

EGYPT
No.

EGYPT
No.
Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION'

8365
PI.

310

179 Billon, II .60 23

Similar
1^,.

;

emperor wearing paludamentum and
(11). Asklepios standing to
I.,

cuirass.

LI A

holding phiale over altar

garlanded, and serpent-staff; behind, palm.

(W.T. Ready.)
Cf.

B.M.Cat.,
Dattari,

p. 208,
11°

n° 1612.

4269.

Maximinus.

A. D. 235-238. 8366
PI.

226
14.64

Billon.

AVTOMAl IMINOC

€VC€B. Bust of Maximinus
cuirass

to

r.,

laureate,

310

24

wearing paludamentum,
tyL.

and aegis
r.,

:

border of dots.
1.

LT (13). Bust of Asklepios to
;

laureate; on

shoulder,

himation

in front, serpent-staff:

border of dots.

B.M.Cat.,

p.

229, n° 1782 (PI. v).

Dattari, n° 4564.

Maximus.

A. D. 235-238.
8367
PI.

195

Billon.

TIOVAOV HP MAI IMOCKAY.

Bust of
:

Maximus

to

r.,

head bare,

310

12.63

24

wearing paludamentum and cuirass
I$L.

border of dots.
laureate; in front,

LT
:

(3).

staff

Bust of Asklepios border of dots.

to

r.,

serpent-

(W.T. Ready.)
Dattari, p. 316, 1104615.

Gordianus

III.

Pius.

A. D. 238-244.
8368
PI. 310

199

Billon,

AKMANTOPAIANOC €VC

Bust of Gordian
:

III.

to

r.,

laureate,

12.89

wearing paludamentum and cuirass
T$L.

plain border.

L A (4). Asklepios standing to
altar,

1.,
:

laureate;

holds phiale over

garlanded

and
Cf.

serpent-staff

border of dots.

(W. T. Ready.)
B.M.Cat.,
p.

242, n° 1867.

Dattari, n° 4702.

877

-

EGYPT
No.

EGYPT
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

head bare
dots.

;

wears paludamentum, cuirass and aegis

:

border of

1$L.

L B (2).
1.

over

Roma standingtol., wears helmet and cuirass, chlamys shoulder and 1. arm, and cothurni r. hand raised, in 1:
;

sceptre

:

border of dots.
(Kylikos, Cairo, 1894.)

B.M.Cat.,

p.

273, n° 2095 (PI.

xxm).

Trebonianus Gallus.

A. D. 251-254.
8375
PI.

183

Billon.

AK["OVIBTP€BrAAAOC €VC€B.

Bust of Trebonianus Gallus to
:

r.,

310

II.85

24

laureate, wearing paludamentum and cuirass
fyL.

border of dots.
:

LT

(3). Bust of Asklepios to

r.,

laureate

;

in front, serpent-staff

border of dots.
B.M.Cat.,
p.

274, n° 2101.

Volusianus.

A. D. 252-254.

8376
PI.

167

Billon.

AKrA<t>rAABBOAOVCIANOC 6VC.
wearing paludamentum,
fyL.

Bust of Volusian to

r.,

laureate,

310

10.82

22

cuirass

and aegis
laureate
;

:

border of dots.
:

LI"

(3). Bust of Asklepios to
ylots.

r.,

in front, serpent-staff

border of

B.M.Cat.,

p. 276,

no 2109.

Valerianus.

A. D. 253-260.

8377
PI.

180

Billon.

AK MAIOVAA€PIANOC €Y€YC
laureate,
dots.

(sic).

Bust of Valerianus

to

r.,

310

11.66

22

wearing paludamentum,

cuirass

and aegis

:

border of

A fyL L (4). Eagle
border of dots.

to

1.,

looking back, holding wreath

in

beak

:

B.M.Cat.,

p.

280, n° 2142.

-

879

-

EGYPT
No.

EGYPT
No.

EGYPT
No.

EGYPT
No.

EGYPT
No.

EGYPT
No.

EGYPT
No. Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

$1. [M€N€] A [A€IT]

LH. Harpokrates, with body of himation over 1. arm and waist ; r. crocodile, wearing skhent,
;

HC

in ex.,

hand

raised to

mouth;

in

1.

cornucopiae.
(Selim Kabil, Cairo, 1894.)
p. 348,

B.M.Cat.,

n° 35.

Naukratis Nome.

Antoninus Pius.
84I
I

266
17.23

^33

Inscr. illegible.

Head
.

of

Antoninus Pius to

r.,

laureate.

PI. 311

(Rev.)

fyL

NAVKPA-

;

in field r., H.

Female figure standing

to

1.,

wear-

ing disk

and plumes, chiton and peplos ; holds on pent Agathodaemon erect to r., and in 1. sceptre.
B.M.Cat.,
p. 350, n° 41.

r.

hand, ser-

(Cairo, 1894.)

Phthenote Nome.
Hadrian.

84I2
PI. 311

7i

JE 19

AVT

KAI TPAI

AAPIA C€B. Head of Hadrian

to

r.,

laureate

:

4.60

border of dots.
1$L. (|>©€

N€ 0V.
r.,

.

.

Youth, standing to
border of dots.

front,

head

1.,

naked

;

holds

on extended

hawk wearing
:

skhent, and on extended

1.,

hawk

without skhent

(Selim Kabil, Cairo, 1894.)

B.M.Cat.,

p. 352,

n° 49.

Dattari, p. 419, no 6352.

84I3
PI. 311

64-5

M 19

[AVT KAI] TPAI AAPIA C€B. Head of Hadrian
border of dots.
J$L.

to r.,

laureate

:

4.18

LIA. Athene standing to 1., wearing helmet, chiton with and aegis; holds on extended r., owl to 1. ; in 1., spear diplois
:

CAIT

border of dots.
(Selim Kabil, Cairo, 1894.)
B.

M.

Cat., p. 3S3, no 54.

Dattari, p. 421, no

6370

(PI.

xxxv).

886

EGYPT
No.

EGYPT
No.

CYRENAICA

889

CYRENAICA

CYRENAICA
E.S.G. Robinson,
Brit.

Museum
T.

Catalogue, Cyrenaica, i$2j.

Quaes Hones Cyrenaicae,
I'ancienne Afrique,
I,

N. Chr., 191 5.
et

L. Miiller, Numismatique

de

and Supplement) Copenhagen, 1860-74.
romaines.

E. Babelon, Traitl des monnaies grecques

890

CYRENAICA
No.

CYRENAICA
No.

CYRENAICA
No. Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

tyL.

Head of bearded Amnion
Drachm.

to

r.,

of dots in incuse, in front, T.
Asiatic

with ram's horn, within circle Die broken round border.
(W.J. Webster,

1885.)

*This coin belongs to Barca

(cf.

B.M.C.,

PI.

xxxiv, 13).

8427
PI.

51-8

A16

Similar.

312

3.36

&.

K

P

Y A

in four angles of incuse square,

within which, enclosed
to
r.,

in dotted circle, head of bearded

Ammon
PI. vi, 12.

with ram's horn.
(W.
Webster.)

Asiatic

Drachm.
J.

Cf.

B.M.C.,

Cf. Babelon, PI. cclxiii, 9.

Circ. B. C. 435-375.

8428
PI-

198

^27

312

12.83

KY PA Silphium with two whorls (of NA
.

three leaves) and five umbels

;

on
I$L.

either side of stalk, a shoot.

Head of bearded

Ammon

to

r.,

with ram's horn.

Asiatic

tetradrachm.
(W.Webster, 1887.)

B.M.C. 74;

PI. ix, 4.

Cf. Miiller, p. 44, fig. 127.

8429
P1
-

196

iR 24

Head of bearded
NIKI upwards.
1$L.

Ammon

to

r.,

wearing laureate diadem

;

in front,

312

12.70

Silphium, as above.

Asiatic

Tetradrachm
PI. xi,
19.

.

(Bunbury
Cf.

sale,

1896

;

lot

731.)

B.M.C,

Cf. Muller, p. 44, n° 136. Cf. Babelon, PI. cclxiv, 5.

8430
PI.

197 .6

^28

Head of bearded

Ammon

to

r.,

laureate and diademed; in front,

312

12.80

2[Ol]KM
tyL.

(indistinct).

on

Silphium with two whorls (of three leaves) and five umbels; either side of stalk, a shoot. Asiatic Tetradrachm.


;

(W. T. Ready, 1889

;

ex.

Bompois
45.

Collection.)

B.M.C,
Cf. Robinson,

91

PI. xi, 8.
5, PI. IV,

Num.

Chron., 191

-

893

CYRENAICA
No.

CYRENAICA
No.
Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

hand,

1.

in field

elbow resting on back of chair; in to r., magistrate's name, XAIPIOZ.
B.M.C., 116; PI. xiii, 25. Head, Hist. Num., p. 869.

front, thymiaterion

;

Stater.

(Whittall sale, 1876; lot 444.)

Cf. Muller, Cyre'naique, p. 49,

fig.

191 (but different

name of magistrate).
1

Cf. Robinson, Quaesliones Cyrenaicae,

Num.

Chron.,

91

5

,

p.

144 sqq.

8436
PI. 312

655
4.24

AT 15

Horseman

to

1.

(of large fine style), petasos thrown back; behind,

corn-grain.

KY
VjL.
er.
.

Silphium, with two whorls and five umbels

:

plain bord-

Drachm.
(Edinburgh
sale
;

Simpson

collection, 1887.)

B.M.C., 125
Cf. Robinson,

;

PI. xiv, is.
5,

Num.

Chron., 191

PI. v,

68 a and

b.

8437
PI.

66.3

AT 14

Similar type to
1$L.

r.

;

behind horseman, flOAl
r.,

:

border of dots.

312

4.3O

Similar; in field to

jerboa

:

border of dots.

— Drachm.
Paris, 1894.)

(Mihran Sivadjian,

B.M.C., 132

;

PI. xiv, 25.

Babelon, PI. cclxv, 15.

8438
PI. 312

66

X

14

Similar, horse cantering
J$L.

;

magistrate's

name, XAIPI02.

4.27

Similar; in

field

1.,

cicada.

— Drachm.
(W. T. Ready,
1898.)
;

B.M.C.,

131

PI. xiv, 23.

Babelon, PI. cclxv, 17.

8439
PI.

44
2.85

#13

Horseman
star.

to

1.,

his

petasos hanging behind neck; infield to

r.,

312

T$l.

KYPA

(to

1.).

Silphium with three whorls and

five

umbels.

Attic Tetrobol.
(Whittall sale.)

B.M.C., 2io;Pl. xx,

2.

Muller, p. 51, fig. 205. Babelon, PI. cclxv, 18.

Mionnet, VI,
*

p. 567, 20.

This coin belongs to Magas, and the period of B.C. 308-277.

-

895

-

CYRENAICA
No.

CYRENAICA
No.

CYRENAICA
No. Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

845I
PI. 313

"4 JR
7.38

18

Similar
tyL.

;

type to

r.

Similar; in field

r., star.

— Rhod. Didrachm.
PI. xxi, 13.

B.M.C.,

8452
PI- 313

85-3
5-53

JR

19

Similar.

J$L.

Similar; no symbol.

— Didrachm, of uncertain standard.
(J.

Sanders

sale,

1887.)

B.M.C., 267;

PI.

xxv,

3.

BRONZE.
Circ.

B.C. 300 and

later.

8453
PI.

97

JE 18

Gazelle to

r.

;

in front, jerboa.

313

6.28
tyL.

KY
.

Silphium plant

:

border of dots.
(Gen Moore's
1

sale, 1889.)

B.M.C., 279

;

PI.

xxv, 13,

Muller, p. 85, n° 237.

8454
PI. 313

93

JE 18

Head of bearded
1$L.

Ammon to

r.

6.02

KY PA. Palm-tree;

to 1., silphium; to B.M.C., 293 Pl. xxvi,
;

r.,

crab,

2.

8455
PI. 313

98

JE 17

Similar.

6.35
tyL.
.

Palm-tree; in

field to r.,

silphium.

(Gen Moore's
1

sale.)

B.M.C., 317

;

Pl.

xxvi, 19.

Muller, p. 57, n° 261.

8456
Pl. 313

100.6 JEij

Similar type.
1/

6.52
1%.

k

pa

v

*

Pa

^

m ~ tree

>

t0 r -j silphium.
(Lincoln.)
Pl. xxvi, 10.

B.M.C., 308

;

8457

7i

JE 18

Similar.

4.60
*£•
*

pA

Y

Similar

-

(Booker, 1885.)

898

CYRENAICA
Wt.
Metal
Size.

No.

DESCRIPTION

8458
PI.

72

JE 17

Head of Apollo
RL. ^

to

r.,

laureate.

313

4.66

K 2 P

Y . A

.

Lyre of four chords J
B.M.C., 332

;

above, a

star.

(Gen Moore
1

sale,

1889.)

;

PI. xxvii, 4.

Muller, p. 58, n" 272.

8459
Pi. 313

75

JE 16

Similar.

4.86
1$L.

[

YPANAI
chords
;

(to 1.)] part of the under type;

A

(to r.).

Lyre

of

six

beneath, thunderbolt.
(Christodoulo, 1902.)

B.M.C., 336;

PI.

xxvii, 6.

Cf. Muller, p. 58, n° 279 (overstruck

on Cyrenaic

coin).

8460
Pi. 313

72

JE 16

Similar.

4.66
RL. ^

K ^ P

Y A
.

.

Lyre of four chords. J
(Spink, 1901.)

8461
Pi. 313

66

JEiS

Similar.
1$L.

4.27

Similar.

(W.
Circ.

S. Lincoln, 1888.)

B.C. 247-221
r.
:

.

8462
Pi. 313

^77
11. 4)

JE 24

Head of bearded Amnion,
fyL.

to

border of dots.
five

KOI

— NON.

Silphium, with three whorls and
B.M.C.,
p. 71, n° 24
;

umbels.
1

(Gen Moore
PI. xxvii, 23.
fig.

sale.)

Cf. Muller, p. 38,

104.

Mionnet, VI,

p. 555, 2.

8463
PI. 313

186

JE 24

Similar

:

no border.

12.05
J$L.

K][0
Similar; only
I

N of
N

the inscr. visible.

O
8464 PL 313
145

B.M.C.,

p. 68, 2 seqq.

^E 23

Similar
fyL.

:

border of dots.
:

9-39

KOI NON. Similar type

border of dots.

(W. T. Ready.)

-

899

113

CYRENAICA
No.

CYRENAICA
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

8470
PI.

163

JE 28

AYAOC nOYniOC Head

of bearded Amnion, to

r.

314

10.56

*"

Z
|AN]T"JcT pA

Similart

^ :tolLA
32
;

-

(Dracopoulos, Athens, 1888.)

B.M.C.,

PI. XLHI, 3.
fig.

Mullcr, p. 162,

Mionnet, VI,

p. 569,

424. n° 138.

*N os 847i and 8472,

illustrated
os

Cappadociae (vide supra, n

on Plate 314, belong 7798 a and b.

to Caesarea

Barce.
Circ.

B.C. 480-4 3 5
to
r.

.

8473
PI. 314

254
16.45

iR28

Head of bearded Amnion

within dotted

circle,

in

incuse

square, on four corners of which

B

A
at base of

tyL.

Silphium plant with two whorls and Attic Tetradrachm. stalk, A I.

five

umbels;
sale,

(Bunbury

1896;

lot

741.)

B.M.C., p. 94, n° 8; PI. xxxiv, 2. Muller, p. 78, n° 291.
Cf. Babelon, PI. cclxix, 6.

8474
PI.

257
16.65

iR26

Head of bearded Amnion
thick
circular incuse.

to r., of fine archaic style; in front
:

BAP

;

314

dotted border within two dotted circles

the whole in

1$L.

Silphium plant with two whorls and Tetradrachm.
-

five

umbels.
sale,

Attic

(Bunbury

1896, lot 742.)

B.M.C.,

p. 93, n° 7

;

PI.

xxxm,

10.

Muller, p. 79, n° 292.
Cf. Robinson, PI.

m, 19 (for style of head). Cf. Babelon, PI. cclxix, 7.

Circ.

B.C. 43 5-308.

S475
PI.

206.5

^.28

Head of bearded

Ammon

to r.

314

901

CYRENAICA
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

J$L.

Silphium plant with two whorls (showing three leaves) and B A seven umbels ; in the field 9 K Asiatic tetradrachm
.

.

A
B.M.C.,
p. 99,

I

(Dr Edde, Cairo, 1900.)
n° 25 ; PI. xxxv, 10. Cf. Muller, p. 80, n° 316 (the Brit. Mus. coin,
also illustrated

by Robinson, Num. Chron., 191 5,

PI. iv, 37).

8476
PI. 314

200
12.96

JK29

Head of

bearded
:

Amnion,

facing

;

on

either

side

of

neck,

AKEIIOI
B A P K A
I

border of dots.

fyL.

.

Silphium, with two whorls (showing three leaves) and
:

five

umbels

border of dots.
Cf.

Asiatic

Tetradrachm
sale,

.

B.M.C,

PI.

(Sotheby xxxvi, 8.

May

1900

;

lot

487.)

Cf. Muller, p. 81, n° 319.

Cf. Babelon, PI. cclxx,

5

.

8477
PI. 314

2&15
3.32

Head of
within
circle,

Ammon
circle

to

r.,
;

bearded,

the

hair and

beard

formal,
;

of dots

inside circle, in front of head,

A

outside

in
.

1.,

bottom

corner

)\

:

the

whole within incuse

square
I$L.

Silphium, with umbel to

1.

Asiatic

Drachm.
(Tebbs
sale,

1900.)

B.M.C,

p. 96, n° 15

;

PI.

Cf. Babelon, TraiU, III,

xxxiv, 14. no 1945.
cclxix, 3).

Cf. Muller, p. 78,

n°288

(PI.

8478
PI.

51-6 3-34

J&16

Similar head of

Ammon,
which

bearded, but smaller, within circle of

314

R A
in four corners of incuse square,
;

dots, outside of

in

front of nose, inside circle,
fy..

T.
1.

Silphium with umbels to

and

r.

Asiatic

Drachm.
(W.T. Ready,
1900.)

B.M.C,

n° 13; PI. xxxiv, 10. Cf. Babelon, III, n° 194s
p. 95,
.

Cf. Muller, p. 78, no 289.

902

CYRENAICA
No.
Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

8479
PI.

52

^15

Head of bearded Amnion
flan

to r., within circle of dots

:

on

raised

314

3.37

J$L.

Silphium, with two whorls (showing three leaves) and seven R A Asiatic Drachm. umbels; on four corners of incuse square
,

,

.

[a\

a

(M. Sivadjan, 1894.)

B.M.C.,

p.

102, n° 36

;

PI.

xxxvn,
.

2.

Cf. Muller, p. 79, n° 297

Circ.

B.C. 375-308.

8480
PI.

Il8

jo.

Horseman galloping
fyl.

to

r.

;

beneath,

OA

:

border of dots.

314

7.64

Wheel of

four spokes, seen sideways; between the spokes,
(Athens, 1885.)

silphium.
B.M.C.,
n° 194 PI. xix, 10. Muller, p. 82, n° 329. Babelon, PI. cclxx, 12.
p. 44,
;

*

This coin belongs to Cyrene.

8481 PL 3'4

100
"67J8"

JE 18

Horse cantering
tyL.

to r.
r.

Ram

standing to

;

beneath,

BAP
(Gen Moore
1

sale,

i<

B.M.C.,

p.

105, n° 47

;

PI.

xxxvn, 27.

Cf. Muller, p. 82, n° 330. Cf. Babelon, PI. cclxx, 13.

Euesperides

.

B.C. 480-43 5
8482
PI.

.

J^
3.04

15

Head of Amnion, bearded

to

r.,

within

circle

of dots, outside E

314

which, on four corners of incuse square, the
J$L.

letters

Y
-,

r

.

Silphium, with umbel on either side.

Asiatic

drachm.

(Carfrae sale, 1901.)

B.M.C,

p.

no,

n° 4

;

PI.

xxxviii, 9.

Cf. Muller, p. 88, no 322. Cf. Babelon, PI. cclxx, 19.

903

LIBYA

905

LIBYA
No.

ZEUGITANA

909

ZEUGITANA
No.

ZEUGITANA
No.
Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

8490
PL
3
J 5

144

N

18

Head of Persephone

to

1.,
:

hair wreathed with corn,

and wearing

9.33

necklace with pendants
tyL.

border of dots.
,

Horse standing to

dots.

r.

;

in ex.

Punic legend

:

.

K

.,

border of

Stater.
(H. Hoffmann, 1893.)
Cf. Miiller, p. 84, n° 46.

Che. B.C. 241-146.
8491
PI.

160

El.

22

Head of Persephone

to

I.,

wearing corn-wreath, triple-pendant

315

IO.36

earring and necklace.
tyL.

Horse standing
1

to

r.

;

above, radiate disk flanked by two uraei.
(Rollin

1/2 Stater.

&

Feuardent.)

B.M. Guide,
Miiller,

PI. lix, 33.

Num.

de VAncienne Afrique, II, p. 85, n° 63.

8492
PI. 315

II4-5

El. 19

Similar in front of head, pellet
1$L.

:

border of dots.

7.42

Horse standing to

r.


1.,

Stater.
(Naples, 1876.)

Cf. Miiller, p. 84, n° 51.

8493 PL 315

28.2
I.83

El.

10

Head of Persephone

to
:

wearing corn-wreath, single pendant

earring and necklace
J$L.

border of dots.
:

Horse standing

to r., looking back

border of dots.

1/4

Stater.

(Hookham
Miiller, p. 85, n° 67.

Frere

sale,

1888.)

8494
Pi. 315

27

El.

10

Similar. Similar.

i-75
tyL.

— 1/4

Stater.

(W. T. Ready,

1898.)

8495
Pi.

62.

5

JR. 19

Head of Persephone
necklace
J$L.
:

to

1.,

wearing

corn -wreath,

earring

and

315

4-05

border of dots.
r.
;

Horse standing to

above, radiate disk

:

plain

border.

Drachm.
(Barone, Naples, 1900.)
Miiller, p. 87, n° 87.
*

Rev. of N° 8495

is

numbered 8492 on

Plate.

912

ZEUGITANA
No.

ZEUGITANA
No,
Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

8504
PI.

140

315

8505

PL

315

8506

8507
PI.

315

8508
PI. 3IS

8509
PI. 315

85IO

85II
PI. 315

ZEUGITANA
No.

ISLANDS BETWEEN

AFRICA AND SICILY

917

ISLANDS

BETWEEN AFRICA AND

SICILY

No.

ISLANDS

BETWEEN AFRICA AND

SICILY

No.

ISLANDS BETWEEN AFRICA AND SICILY
No.
Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

8526
PI.

189

JE 26

MEAITAIHN.

Similar head of Isis; in
:

field,

caducous and sign

516

12.24

of Tanit combined
Similar.

border of dots.

(Gen Moore
1

sale, 1889.)

8527
PI.

49

JE 18

Veiled female head to

r.,

wearing stephane

:

border of dots.

316

3.17
ty"
-r

.inn TAIilN

Lyre

:

border of dots.
Head, H.N.,
p.

883.

8528

32

JE 15

Similar.

2.07

^TA ,n Nr Simibr
8529
30
JE 15
Similar.

M

AI

-

1.94

D,

[M]EAI

c

.

..

8530

66

JE 22

Veiled female head to

1.

:

plain border.

4.27
#..

M

^'

.

Tripod

:

border of dots.
(Billoin sale, 1886.)

Head, H. N.,

p.

883.

8531
PI.

61
3

y£ 20

Similar.
Similar.

316

-95
tyL.

(Gen Moore
1

sale,

1889.)

8532
PI.

91

iE 21

Veiled female head to

r.

:

border of dots.

316

5.89
tyL.

T AS

and type

:

border of dots.

8533
PI.

73

jE 20

Veiled female head to
tyL.

1.

316

4-73

CARRVNTANVS BALB PRO

PR-

Curule chair
1

:

border of

dots.

(Gen Moore
Ct*.

sale, 1889.)

Head, H.N.,p. 883. Mionnet, I, p. 343, n° 27.

921

ISLANDS

BETWEEN AFRICA AND

SICILY

No.

NUMIDIA

923


116

NUMIDIA
Wt.
Metal
Size.

No.

DESCRIPTION

NUMIDIA
Kings.
Micipsa (B.C. 148-118) and his brothers.

8536
PI.

28
1.

JR. 13

Head
tyL.

to

1.,

beardless: border of dots.
to
r.
:

316

81

Horse standing

concave

field.

— Hemidrachm.
(Sotheby
sale,

March, 1888.)

Cf. Muller, Numidie, p.
*

17, n° 15.
series.

This coin belongs to the Hispano-Carthaginian

Uncertain Dynast, before Masinissa.

3)37
PI.

204
13 .22

JE 26

Bearded head to
l]L.

1.,

laureate
1.

:

border of dots.
inscription visible.

516

Horse galloping to

;

no

Cf. Charrier, Description des Monthlies de la

Numidie
11.

el

de la Mauretanie,

(Macon, 192),
Cf. Babelon, Rev.

PI.

Num., 1889, p. 399. Muller, p. :8, n os 32-36.

?

Jugurtha(B.C.

1

18-106).
:

8538
PI.

53-5

JR. 18

Head
lc]i.

to

1.,

with wreath and diadem entwined
r.
;

border of dots.

316

3-47

Elephant to

in ex., N

:

plain border.
884.
44.

— Drachm.
(Lord Bagot
sale,

1884.)

Head, H. N.,
Muller, p. 34,
L. Charrier,

p.

fig.

Numidie

et

Mauritanie, PI. iv, 52.

?

HiempsalII(B.C. 106-60).
:

8)39
PI. 316

62.

5

JR. 18

Male head
J$L.

to

r.,

crowned with corn
r.
;

border of dots.
:

405

Free horse galloping to

beneate n

all

within wreath.

Denarius.
(Lord Bagot
sale, 1884.)

Head, H.N.,p. 885.
Muller, p. 38,
fig.

45.

Charrier, PI. iv, 55.

925

NUMIDIA
Wt.
Metal
Size.

No.

DESCRIPTION

854O
PI. 316

28.3
1.83

J&15

Similar.

1$L.

Similar

;

beneath horse,

rin

:

plain border.

(W.J. Webster.)
Head, H.N.,
p.

88s.

Miiller, p. 38, n° 47.

Charrier, PI. iv, 56.

JubaI(B.C. 60-46).
854I PL 316
58

A20

REX IVBA- Bustofjuba tor., bearded, with
diadem
J$L.
:

hair elaborately arrang-

3-75

ed in formal curls, and with sceptre at his shoulder; wears

border of dots.

{yitiai hammamleket) in Neo-Punic with eight columns and gate-way in front. Temple
Head, H.N.,p. 885,
fig.

robDDn

wn

— Drachm.

characters.

(W. T. Ready.)
397.

8542
PI. 316

6i-5

iR20

Similar.

3-99
JfyL

Similar; in centre of temple, pellet
Charrier,

:

border of dots.

— Drachm.
sale.)

(Lake Price

PL

v, 64.

926

MAURETANIA

927

MAURETANIA
No.

INCERTA

931


117

INCERTA

INCERTA
In addition to the coins described under this heading, there are a
ful attribution,

number of others, of doubt-

which have been incorporated in other portions of the Catalogue. For the sake of easy reference, their enumeration will be given below, with the indications of alternative
attributions.

932

INCERTA
No.

INCERTA
No.

INCERTA
No.

INCERTA
No.

INCERTA
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

8545
PI.

128.$

yRi9

Figure kneeling to

r.

on

r.

knee, and running; head turned to
in

1.

;

317

8.33

wears
er
:

talaric chiton,

and holds

each hand, lowered, lotus flow-

border of dots.

J$L.

Quadripartite incuse square.
Cf. Head,

— Eub.
1

Didrachm

.

(Ashburnham

sale,

1895

;

lot

241.)

Num.

Cbron.,

891

,

p. 7 (PI.
fig.

1,

2).

Babelon, Trails, p. 1258,

1846.

8546
PI.

120.8
7.83

jfU8

Forepart of boar to
circle

r.,

downwards

(indistinct); in centre of coin,

317

buds (lotus flowers)
fyL.

within which, a pellet; from this emerge three sprouting border of dots.
:

Incuse square, diagonally divided into four triangular spaces, three deep and one flat. Eub. Didrachm.

(Cairo, 1898.)
Sir

H. Weber, On Finds of Archaic Greek Coins

in

Louer Egypt, Num. Cbron.,

1899, p. 280, n° 18 (PI. xvi, 8; this coin, attributed to Cyrene).
Cf. Babelon, Traite.
II, p.

1255,

fig.

1842.

Ct. Muller, Cyrenaique, n° 15 (obv.) and n° 7 (rev.).

To

this

same

district

Babelon ascribes the coins described under Olynthus,

n os 1851-1853.

Sixth-Fifth Century

B.C.
;

8547
PI.

.R17
8.61

Boar walking to

r.

on

a
'.

plain

line

of exergue

beneath body, a

317

flower, above, a pellet
fyL.

Quadripartite incuse square.

Stater.

(D r
Publ. by Sir

Hirsch, Munich, 1906.)
1

H.Weber

in Corolla Nuinisinaiica,

1906, p. 296, n°
11,

(PI. xv, 1).

Cf. G.F.Hill,

Num.

Cbron., 1895, PI.
1, p.

7.

Head, Hist. Num., 191

205.

Cf. Babelon, Traite, p. 1255, n° 1840.
1.

has

shown

This coin has been ascribed to Cyrene. Perdrizet (Rev. Num., 1903, p. 210) that it belongs to Macedon, and suggested the attribution to Stageira.

8548
PI.

"7
7.58

iRi?

Conventional

floral pattern

317

central circle within

which
1.
:

of six sprouting lotiform buds around is a pellet; between two of the

branches, boar's head to

border of dots.

937

INCERTA
No.
Wt.
Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

1$L.

Shallow incuse square divided into four unequal triangles by Eub. Didrachm. thin diagonal bands.

Sir

H.Weber, Num.

(Cairo, 1898.) Chron., 1899, p. 280, no 19 (PI. xvi, 9 this coin attributed to Cyrene) .
;

Cf. Babelon, Traile, II, p. 1261, n° 1851.

8549
PI.
3
I

131. 2
"8750"

2&17

Similar type
J$L.

;

boar's head clearer than

on preceding coin

.

7

Quadripartite incuse square.

Eub. Didrachm.
(Macridi Pacha, 1893.)

855O
PI. 317

H4-2
8.70

A16

Similar type; but instead

of boar's head
1
.

between two

of the

branches, eagle flying to
fyL.

Incuse square irregularly divided.

— Eub.

Didrachm.
(W.T. Ready,
1905.)

855I
PI. 317

"7-5
7.61

A17

Conventional

floral pattern

ed crosswise around
pellet;

of four sprouting lotiform buds arrangcentral dotted circle within which is a

between two of the branches, lion's head with open jaws, and three pellets between the other buds.
^6. Incuse square within which
enclosing a pellet.
Cf.

— Eub.

floral pattern
.

around central

circle

Didrachm

(Cairo, 1888.)

Canon Greenwell, Num.

Chron., 1890, p. 7 (PI. Cf. Babelon, Traite, II, p. 1259, n° 1848.
Cf. Muller, Cyrenaique, p. 11,
fig.

II,

5).

17.

8552
PI. 317

4i-i 2.66

Aii

Conventional

floral pattern

central circle within

which

of six sprouting lotiform buds around a pellet ; between two of the branches,

ram's head to
T$L.

1

.

bands.
Sir

Incuse square divided into four triangular spaces by diagonal Eub. Tetrobol.

(Alexandria, 1884.)
Chron., 1899, p. 285, n° 24 (PI. xvi, 15 this coin). Babelon, p. 1262, n° 1852 (PI. lix, ii). This coin also mentioned.
;

H.Weber, Num.

Svoronos,

UOr

du Pange'e,

p.

132, n° 10 b (this coin

;

Pieriens

du Pang£e).

8553
PI. 317

20.6
1

iC8

Conventional

floral pattern

of six sprouting lotiform buds around
is

-33

central circle within

which

a pellet

.

-

938

INCERTA
No.

INCERTA

No.

INCERTA
No.

Wt.

Metal
Size.

DESCRIPTION

8564
PI.

yR
0.99

1 1

Lion standing to
fyL.

1.,

looking back.

317

Incuse square of 'swastika' pattern (similar to archaic Corinthian

coins).

Diobol.

(W.T. Ready,
*

1897.)

A

similar incuse

on an archaic

stater of

Samos'

in

Berlin

Museum. The obv.

type reminds oue of Miletus.

8565
PI. 317

3i-5

JR. 13

Lion's head to
tyL.

r.,

with open jaws.
into

2.04

Deep oval incuse divided by bar

two compartments.
(1904.)
23.

Cf. obv. of Babelon, PI.

xxvm,

8566

27-8 1.80

/R. 11
J

Lion's head to
fyL.

1.,

with open jaws*.

Deep

irregular quadripartite incuse square.

(J.P.Lambros, 1893.)
*

Sir

H. \V. suggested the

attribution of this coin to Cnidus.

8567
Pi.

455
2.95

/K

1 1

i

Forepart of lion to
tyL.

I.

;

open jaws,

1.

foreleg visible.

517

Deep

quadripartite incuse square.
(J.P.Lambros, 1893.)

*This coin belongs to the Thracian Chersonese,

8568
Pi. 317

5-2

sK

8

Calf's

head to L, within

circle

of dots.

0.34
1$L.

Incuse square within which floral pattern.

Hemiobol.

8569
PI.

3-7

JBLS

Lion's head to
fyL. Stellate

r.,

with protruding tongue

:

border of dots.

317

0.24

pattern of 16 rays, eight small and eight large, around

central pellet.

— Hemiobol.
941

(J.P.Lambros, 1893.)

INCERTA
No.

INCERTA
No.

INCERTA

No.

INCERTA
No.

INDEXES

119

INDEX

I.

GEOGRAPHICAL.

a) Districts.

ACARNANTA II 268-275. ACHAEAN LEAGUE II 456-459. ACHAIA II 428-459. AEGEAN ISLANDS 457-465. AEGINA II 570-576.
AEOLIS III AETOLIA II
827-850.
167-190.

CHARACENE III 855-857. CHERSONESUS TAURICA CHERSONESUS THRACIA
CILICIA
III

II

180-185.

II

127-158.

615-671.

COELESYRIA 765-766. COLCHIS III 7-8.

276-279.
III

COMMAGENE
CORCYRA
II

III

748-750.

ALEXANDRINE EMPIRE OF THE EAST
APULIA ARABIA
I

259-267.

S8-101.

III

807-811.

ARCADIA II 4S7-504. ARGOLIS II 472-487. ARMENIA III 746. ASIA MINOR (Incerta) III 940-945. ATTICA II 555-56). AURIOL FIND CLASS OF COINS
BABYLONIA
III

CORINTHIA II 577-416. CRETA II 505-555. CYCLADES (The) II 554-576. CYPRUS III 675-695. 857. 858. CYRENAICA III 848. 849. 862. CYRRHESTICA III 750-751.

859. 860.

889-905.

I

2-4.

DANUBIAN DISTRICT DECAPOLIS III 766.

(The)

II

162-180.

827-S50.
II

EGYPT
ELIS
14-16.
II

III

845-888.
II

BACTRIA III 859-841. BISALTIAN DISTRICT (The) BITHYNTA III 55-65.

439-457-

EMATHIAN DISTRICT
EPIRUS
II

(The)

8-15.

249-257.
I

BOEOTIA II 296-518. BOSPORUS III 4-6. BOTTIAEAN AND STRYMONIAN DISTRICTS
(The)
II

ETRURIA

18-25.

EUBOEA

II

519-555.
S2- )i

58-45.
I

FRENTANI

I

BRITANNIA

15-16.

BRUTTIUM
CALABRIA
I

I

200-242.

102-149.
I

GALATIA III 695-702. GALILAEA III 795. GALLIA 9-14.
I

CAMPANIA 26-40. 56-87. CAPPADOCIA III 705-715.
CARIA
III

557-419.

HECATONNESI III 215-214. HIMYARITES III 810-81 1.
HISPANIA
I

CARIA, ISLANDS OFF 592-419. CARIA, SATRAPS OF 589-591.

5-8.
III

HISPANO-CARTHAGINIAN
II

915.

CEPHALLENIA II 457-461. CHALCIDIAN DISTRICT (The) CHALCIDICE II 25-28. Ill 752.

17-58.

ILLYRICUM II 241-247. INCERTA III 951-945.

950

IONIA

III

215-335. 313.

PELOPONNESUS
14-3 35.

II

417-504.

IONIA, ISLANDS

OF

III ?

IONIAN REVOLT III 222. ISLANDS BETWEEN AFRICA AND SICILY
III

917-922.
I

PERSIA III 821-830. PERSIS III 831-33. PHILISTO-ARABIAN III PHLIASIA II 419-421.

798-800.

ITALIA

17-242.
III

JUDAEA

796-805.

PHOCIS II 289-295. PHOENICIA III 767-792. PHRYGIA III 477.

PICENUM
LACONIA II 466-472. LATIUM I 26-40. 46-49. LESBOS III 191-214.
LIBYA III 905-907. LOCRIS II 282-288.
PISIDIA

I

44-45.

III III

587-614.
9-22.

PONTUS

RHODES

III

408-419.

LUCANIA I LYCAONIA
LYCIA LYDIA
III

150-199.
III

613-614

b.

SABAEANS III 810. SAMARIA III 795-6.

543-567.
313. 421-473.

SAMNIUM
SARDINIA

I

50-51. 55-56.

III

I

375-376.

MACEDONIA II 1-104. MACEDON, THRACE AND AEGEAN ISLANDS
(Incerta)
III

SATRAPAL COINAGE OF THE WEST COAST OF ASIA MINOR III 311-313.
SCYTHIANS, Kings of the II 201. SELEUCID KINGS III 719-746. SELEUCIS AND PIERIA III 752-.
SICILIA
I

936-940.

MAURETANIA III 927-929. MEGARIS II 366-369. MESOPOTAMIA III 813-819.
MESSENIA II 463-466. MYSIA III 65-128. 313.

243-376.
Ill

SICULO-PUNIC I 371-372. SICYONIA II 421-428. SYRIA II 717-766.

911-915.

NABATHAEA NOMES AND
NUMIDIA
III

III

809.

THASOS
OF EGYPT
III

II

143-149.

CITIES
923-926.

885-888.

THESSALIA II 203-240. THRACIA II 105-201. THRACONITIS III 766.

ODRYSAE, DISTRICT

of the

II

182-187.

TROAS

III

129-166.
III

ISLANDS OFF

164-^66.

PAEONIA

II

89-92.
III

PALESTINE

794-805.

UMBRIAI41-43.

PALMYRENE III 752. PAMPHYLIA III 569-586. PANGAEAN DISTRICT IIj-8. PAPHLAGONIA III 23-33."

ZACYNTHUS II 461-463. ZEUGITANA III 909-915.

b) Mints.

Abydus Troadis

II

Acanthus Macedoniae

190. Ill 131-134. II 18-22.
II

Abacaenum

Siciliae

I

245-246.

Abbaetae-Mysi Phrygiae III 479. Abdera Thraciae II 118-L27.

Acarnanian Federal Coinage Accilaeum Phrygiae III 479.

274-275. 409.

Abonuteichos Paphlagoniae

III 24.

Ace Phoenices II 70. Ill 778-779. Achaean League II 436-439.

9)i

Acmoneia Phrygiae III 479-483. Acrae Siciliae I 246.
Acraephia Boeotiae II 297. Acrasus Lydiae III 424-425.

Amisus Ponti

III

13-17.

III 488-490. Amphaxitis Macedoniae II 96. Amphictyonic Council II 294-295.

Amorium Phrygiae

Adada Adana

Pisidiae III 589.
Ciliciac III 617.

Amphipolis Macedoniae
67.

II

58-42.

57- 5S. 60-62.

Adramyteum Mysiae III Adranum Siciliae 246.
I

74-75- 86-87. Amphissa Locridis
II

II

288.
II

Anactorium Acarnaniae

269. 410-41 1.

Aegae Achaeae II 428-429. Aegae Aeolidis III 169-171. Aegae Ciliciae II 569. Ill 617-618. Aegae Macedoniae II 11-13. Aegeira Achaeae II 429-437.
Aegiale Amorgi
II

Anaphe

555

.

Anazarbus

Ciliciae III
II

619-621.
177-178.

Anchialus Thraciae

Ancona

44. Ancyra Galatiaelll 698-700.
I

Piceni

554-555.

Ancyra Phrygiae

III

490-492.

Aegina

II

370-376. 558.
II

Aegium Achaeae

II 430-431. Chersonesi Thraciae Aegospotami II

Andeda Andros
152-133.

Pisidiae III 589.
II

555-557.
Ciliciae III 621
III
.

Anemurium

366. Aegosthena Megaridis Aelia Capitolina Judaea III 796-. Aemilium v. Haemilium.

Aeneia Macedoniae Aenianes Thessaliae

II II

38.

Aenus Thraciae
Aesernia Samnii

II
I

205-206. 106-111.

140-141. Antiocheia ad Cydnuni v. Tarsus Ciliciae III 661-, Antiocheia ad Daphnen III 757. Antiocheia ad Maeandrum Cariae III 341-344. Antiocheia ad Orontem Syriae III 752-757.

Antandrus Troadis

Antiocheia Cariae

v.

Alabanda.
III

50-51.
I

Antiocheia Pisidiae
Antissa Lesbi
III

589-591.

Aetna (Catana) Siciliae 246-247. Aetna Siciliae 246-247. Aezanis Phrygiae III 485-487.
I

203-204.

Agrigentum Siciliae 1 247-255. Agrippia Caesareia Bospori III 5-6.

Apameia Bithyniae III 36-37. Apameia Phrygiae III 492-495. Apameia Syriae III 758.
Aphrodisias Cariae
III

Agyrium

Siciliae

I

255-256.

Aphrodisias Ciliciae

III
II

344-352. 621-622.

Alabanda Cariae
Alaesa Siciliae
I

III

339-340.
48.

Aphytis Macedoniae
Apollonia ad Apollonia
III

28-29.
III

256-257.
I

Rhyndaeum Mysiae
242-245.
II

67-68.

Alba Fucens

Latii

Illyrici II

Alea Arcadiae II 489. Alexandreia ad Issum Ciliciae

Apollonia (?) Macedoniae
618.

17-18.

Apollonia Mordiaeum

Pisidiae III 591.

Alexandreia Aegypti III 251. 863-888. Alexandreia Troas III 134-140.
Alia Phrygiae III 488. Alinda Cariae III 340. Allaria Cretae II 507.
Allifae

Apollonia Salbace Cariae III 352-356. Apollonia Thraciae II 179.
Apollonis Lydiae
III

425.
III

Apollonoshieron Lydiae

426.

Appia Phrygiae
Aptera Cretae
II

III

495-496.
51.

Campaniae
Siciliae
I

I

56.

III

507-510.
I

Alopeconnesus Chersonesi Thraciae

133.

Aquilonia Samnii

Aluntium

258.

Aquinum

Latii
III

I

Alyzia Acarnaniae II 269. Amasia Ponti III 11-13.

Arabia Felix

48. 810.
III
II

Arabia Province

809.
70. Ill 769-774.

Amastris Paphlagoniae

III

24-26.

Aradus Phoenices
Arcadian League Arcesine Amorgi

Amathus Cypri Ambiani I 12.
Ambracia Epiri
Amestratus

III

675-676.

II II

487-489.
555.
II

II

249-250. 408-409.
I

Argos Amphilochicum Acarnaniae

269. 411.

Siciliae

258.

Argos Argolidis

II

64. 472-479.

952
Arirainum Umbriae
I


I

41

.

Arne

II

207.

Blaundus Lydiae III 428-431. Boeae Laconiae II 467.
Boii
13.
III

Arpi Apuliae I 88-89. Arsinoe Cretae II 510.
Arsinoeia v. Ephesus
III

Bostra Arabiae

809.
II
II

239.

Bottiaei

Macedoniae

96.
37.

Arycanda Lyciae Ascalon Judaeae

III III
I

555-6.

Bottice

Macedoniae

797-798.

Asculum Piceni

89.

Asopus Laconiae II 466. Aspendus Pamphyliae III 571-4.
Assus Troadis 141-144. Astacus Acarnaniae II 206. 269. 411
III

Bria Phrygiae III 496. Brundisium Calabriae I 102-104. Bruttii I 201-206.

Bruzus Phrygiae III 497-498. Bruzus and Ococleia III 529.
Bubastis

Nomus

Aegypti
I

III
.

885.

Astypalaea

III

392.

Butuntum Apuliae

90-91

Atameus Mysiae III 68-69. Atella Campaniae I 57. Athamanes Epiri II 250.
Athens
327. 337-363. 459. 555. Atrax Thessaliae II 206-207.
II

Byblus Phoenices III 776-778. Byzantium Thraciae II 150-158. 190.

Byzantium and Chalcedon II 157. Byzantium and Nicaea II 158.

Attaea Mysiae
Attaleia

III

69-70.
III

Attaleia Lydiae III 426.

Pamphyliae
III

575-7.

Cabeira Ponti

III

17.

Attuda Cariae

356-357.

Cadi Phrygiae

III

498-500.

622-623. Augusta Trajana Thraciae II 200. Auriol Find class I 2-4.

Augusta

Ciliciae III

Caelia Apuliae I 91-92. Caena v. Alaesa.

Caesareia and

Smyrna

III III

714.
708-714.

Aurunca v. Suessa Campaniae. Autocane Aeolidis III 171. Axus Cretae II 51 1-513 Azetium Apuliae I 90.
.

Caesareia Cappadociae

Caesareia-Germanica Bithyniae III 38. Caesareia Samariae III 795-6. 800.
Calacte Siciliae
I

258-259.
II

Calchedon Bithyniae
B
71-72. 76. Babylon Bageis and Temenothyrae
Bageis Lydiae III 426-428. Balbura Lyciae III 556.
Barata Lycaoniae III 614A.
II

157. Ill 38-41.

Cales Campaniae
Callatis
III

I

57-58.
II

Moesiae Inferioris
392-393.

167-168.

Calymna
III

428,

Camarina Siciliae I 259-263. 310. Camirus Rhodi III 408-409.

Barce Cyrenaicae III 901-903. Bargasa Cariae III 358.
Bargylia Cariae
III

Campani Siciliae I 263 Cane v. Autocane Aeolidis. Canusium Apuliae I 92-93. Capsa Macedoniae II 35.
.

358-359.

Baris Pisidiae III 592.

Barium Apuliae

I

90.

Capua Campaniae I 59-64. Cardia Chers. Thraciae II 65. 133-134. Carnutes Galliae I 12.
Carpathus Insula III 393. Carrhae Mesopotamiae III 815-. Carthaea Cei II 557-558.

Beroea Cyrrhesticae III 750-751. Beroea Macedoniae II 74.
Berytus Phoenices
Bisaltae
III

774-776.
14-15.

Birytis Troadis III 144-145.

Carthago Zeugitanae

I

371-372.
359.

Ill

911-915

Macedoniae
II

II

Caryanda Cariae

II

320. Ill

Bisanthe Thraciae

150.
III

Bithynium Bithyniae
Bizya Thraciae
II

37-38.

Carystus Euboeae II 320-321. Cassandreia Macedoniae II 36-37.

192.

Cassope Epiri

II

250-251.


Castabala Ciliciae v. Hieropolis.

953
Corone Messeniae
Coroneia Boeotiae
II II

262. 466.

Catana Siciliae

1

Caulonia Bruttii

264-269 I 155. 206-208.
.
.

297.
.

Caunus Cariae III 360-361 Cebren Troadis II 294. Ill 145-147.
623-627. Cennaiisv. Diocaesareia Ciliciae Lalassisand Olbia.
Centuripae
Siciliae
I

Corycus Ciliciae 111 630-631 Cos III 394-407.

Cos and Halicarnassus
Cossura
111

111

371

.

Celenderis Ciliciae

III

919.

Cotiaeum Phrygiae
Cotusa
v.

270-271.
272.
.

III 504-506. Scotussa Macedoniae.
111

Ceos

II

557.
Siciliae
III
I

Cragus Lyciae
361

556-8.
II
11

Cephaloedium Ceramus Cariae

Cranii Cephalleniae Crannon Thessaliae

457-459. 208.

Ceretapa Phrygiae 111 500. Chabacte Ponti III 17. Chalcidice Macedoniae 11 25-28. 37. Chalcis ad Belum III 752.
Chalcis Euboeae
II

Cremna

Pisidiae 111 593-4. Crithote Chers. Thrac. II 134-135.

Cromna Paphlagoniae
Croton
Bruttii
I

111

26.

149. 209-219.
I

321-325.
II

Cubulteria v. Compulteria

65.

Chalkeia

362. Cherronesus Chers. Taur.

III

Cuniae Campaniae
180-181.

I

65-67.

Chersonesus Cariae

III
11

362.

Cyaneae Lyciae Cvdonia Cretae

111
II

558.

520-523.
171-183. 313.

Chersonesus Cretae
Chiana
Chios
\'alley
1

513-515.

22.

Cyme Aeolidis Cyme Euboeae

III
II

II

66. Ill 262. 514-323.
III

525-326. Cyparissia Messeniae 11 466.

Chonia Lyciae

556.
III
III

Cyrene Cyrenaicae
Cythnos
II

III

891-901
II

.

Cibyra Phrygiae

500-505.
362.
II

Cythera Insula Laconiae
560.
III

471-472.

Cidramus Cariae
Cilbiani Lydiae

Cierium Thessaliae
111

207-208.
.

Cyzicus Mysiae

70-93. 249.

431
Ill

Citium Cypri

II

69.
III

676-679. 858. 859.
Dacia Provincia
II

1)

Cius Bithyniae

41-44.
165-

Claudiopolis v. Bithynium III 57-38. Claudiopolis Ciliciae III 628.

Clazomenae Ioniae
Cleitor Arcadiae
II

III

222-231.

Damascus Coelesyriae III 765. Damastium Ulyrici II 246-247.
Dardania
II

489-491.

201

.

Cleonae Argolidis II 479-480. Cnidus Cariae III 363-367.

Dardanus Troadis

III

147-148.

Cnossus Cretae

II 515-519. Coela Chers. Thrac. II 134.

Dascylium Delium (?)
Delos
II

III
II

512-313.
317.

Colone Troadis

III

147.

Colophon

Ioniae

III

231-235.
504.

561-562. Delphi Phocidis II 295-295. Demetrias Thessaliae II 209.

Colossae Phrygiae

III

Deultum Thraciae

II

192.

Colybrassus Ciliciae III 628-629.

Comania

Pisidiae 111 593.
I

Compulteria Campaniae Copia Lucaniae I 190.

65.

Dia Bithyniae 111 44. Dicaea Macedoniae 11 57. Dicaea Thraciae II 1 16-1 18.
Diocaesareia Phrygiae v. Ceretapa. Diocaesareia Ciliciae III 631-632.

Coptites Nonius Aegypti III 885. Coracesium Ciliciae III 629.

259-267. 409. Coressia Cei II 370. 558-559. Corinthi Colon iae 406-417.

Corcyra

II

Dionysopolis Moesie Inferioris II 168, Dionysopolis Phrygiae III 506-507. Dioshieron Lydiae III 431.

Dium Macedoniae

II

96.
III

Corinthus

II

377-405. 473.

Docimeium Phrygiae

507-508.

954

Dyme Achaeae
Dyrrhachii

II

437.
407-408,

Illyrici II 379.

Gabala Syriae

III

759.
I

Gades Hispaniae
Ebusus Insula Hispaniae Ecbatana II 72.
Eccarra Thessaliae
II
II
I

7-8.
III

6.

93-94. Gargara Troadis III 149-150. Gaulos III 919-920.

Gambrium Mysiae

209.

Gaza Judaeae

III

798-800.

Edessa Macedoniae

n-13.97.
III

Gaziura Ponti

III 18.

Edessa Mesopotamiae

816-817.

Edoni Macedoniae Eion Macedoniae
Elaea Aeolidis
III

II

15-16.
7-8
.

II

Gebal v. Byblus Phoenices. Gela Siciliae I 276-280. Gergis Troadis III 150.
Germanicopolis Paphlagoniae
III 27,

183-186.
III
.

Elaeusa Insula Ciliciae
Elateia Phocidis II 295

669.

Germe Lydiae III 432-434. Gonnus Thessaliae II 209-210.
Gordus-Julia Lydiae
III

Elea Epiri

II

251.
II

434-436.
.

Eleusis Atticae

364.
II

Gorgippia Bospori

III 5

Eleutherna Cretae

523-524.

ElisII 437. 4>9"457Elisphasii Arcadiae.

Gortyna Cretae II 518. 525-530. Graxa Calabriae I 104.

Grynium

Aeolidis

III
II

186.

Elyrus Cretae

II

525.
6.

Gyrton Thessaliae

210.

Emisa Syriae III 758. Emporiae Hispaniae I

H
Hadrianeia Mysiae
Hadriani Mysiae
III

Enna

Siciliae

I

273.
95
.

Ephesus and Hierapolis III 517-518. Ephesus Ioniae III 122.236-251.
Epicteteis Phrygiae III 483.

III

94.

Epidamnus

Illyrici II

407-408.
438. 480-482.

Hadrianopolis Phrygiae III 512-513. Hadrianopolis Thraciae II 193-195.

Epidaurus Argolidis

II

Hadrianothera Mysiae
Haliartus Boeotiae
II

III

95

.

Epiphaneia Syriae
Eretria

III

759.

Euboeae

II

326-331.

298. Halicarnassus and Cos III 371
Halicarnassus Cariae
II 59. Ill

.

Eretria Lesbi III 204. Eriza Phrygiae III 508.

368-371.

Halus Thessaliae

II

210.
III

Erythrae Ioniae
Siciliae
I

251-263. Eryx 273-275. Etenna Pisidiae III 594-5.
Eucarpeia Phrygiae
III

III

Hamaxitus Troadis Harb III 811.
Hatria Piceni
I

151.

44-45

.

509-510.
III

Euesperides Cyrenai'cae

903

.

Eumeneia Phrygiae

Hephaestia Lemni II 140-141 Heracleia Bithyniae III 45-50.
.

III

510-512.

Euromus Cariae

III

368.

Heracleia Insula Illyrici II 245 Heracleia Ioniae III 263-264.

.

Eurydiceia v. Smyrna. Eusebeia Cappadociae v. Caesareia.

Heracleia Lucaniae

I

151-156.
.

F

Heracleia Salbace Cariae III 372 Heracleia Sintica Macedoniae II 97. Heracleia Trachinia Thessaliae II 211.

Heracleopolis v. Sebastopolis Ponti.
Elaviopolis Ciliciae III

632-633.

Frentrum
Fulvia v.

I

52.

Heracleopolites Nomus Aegypti Heraea Arcadiae II 491-494.

III

887,

Eumeneia Phrygiae.

Hermione Argolidis

II

483-484.

Hermocapelia Lydiae III 436Hierapolis and Ephesus III 517-518.

955
Hierapolis and Sardes III 518-519. Hierapolis and Smyrna III 519.

Hierapolis Phrygiae III 250. 513-519. Hierapytna Cretae II 530-551.

Lacedaemon Laconiae
Laerte Ciliciae
III

II

438. 467-471.

636.
II

Hierocaesareia Lydiae III 457-438. Hieropolis Castabala Ciliciae III 633-63

Lamia Thessaliae
\.

211-215.
58. 65. Ill 96-105. 515.

Lampsacus Mysiae
Laodiceia ad

II

Hieropolis Cyrrhesticae
III

III

751.

519. Hieropolis Phrygiae Himera Siciliae I 211. 280-285.

Lycum Phrvgiae III 504. 520-527, Laodiceia ad Mare Syriae III 759-762. Laodiceia and Pergamum III 527.
laodiceia and

Hipponium
Histiaea

Bruttii
II

I

219-221.

Smyrna
v.

III

526-527.

Euboeae

Homolium

531-355. Thessaliae II 211.
Siciliae
III
I

Laodiceia Phoenices

Bervtus.

Hybla Magna

287.

Lappa Cretae II 554-555. Larinum Frentanorum 52-55.
I

Hvpaepa Lydiae

458-459.
III

Larissa

Cremaste Thessaliae
III

II

220-221.

520. Hvrgaleis Phrygiae Hyria Calabriae 1 104-105.

Larissa Ioniae

264. Larissa Phriconis Aeolidis
II
.

III

186-187.

Hyria Campaniae

I

67-69.
95.

Larissa Thessaliae

215-220.

Hyrium Apuliae
Hyrtacina Cretae

I

Las Laconiae

II

471

II

551.

Latopolites Nomus Aegvpti. Latus Cretae II 555.
Laiis
I-J

Lucaniae

I

156-157.
III
1

Lebedus Ioniae
Iaetia Siciliae
1

264-265.

287-288.

Leontini Siciliae

288-293.
8-1
II 1.

lalysus Rhodi III 409. lasus Cariae III 373-374.
Icaria
III

Lesbos

III

195-205.
II

Lete Macedoniae

325.
II

Leucas Acarnaniae
15.

269-271. 412-414.

Ichnae Macedoniae

Leucas Coelesyriae

III
I

765-766.

Iconium Lycaoniae HI 614A-B.
Idalium Cvpri
III III

Lilybaeum

Siciliae

295-294.

679.
574.

Idyma

Cariae

Limyra Lyciae III 558-9. Lindus Rhodi III 409-410.
Lipara 1 373-375 Lisus Cretae II 531. 556. Locri Epizephyrii Brutt. I 225-227. Locri Opuntii II 285-287.
-

Jerusalem. Aelia Capitolina.

Iguvium Umbriae
Iliberis
I

I

41.

7.
III
1

II

406.

Ilium Troadis

51-157.

Imbros

II

158-140.
III

Locri Ozolae

II

288.

Ionia in genere

217-222.
III 24.

Lucani

I

1

51.
I

Ionopolis
Ios
II

v.

Abonuteichos

Luceria Apuliae

562.
III
I

Lydda
634.

v.

94-95. Diospolis Samariae.
III

Irenopolis Ciliciae

Lyrbe

Ciliciae III 656.

Irnum Campaniae
Isaura Ciliciae
III

87.

Lysias Phrygiae

527.
II

654-655.

Lysimacheia Chersonesi Thraciae
Lyttus Cretae
II

155-156.

Isinda Pisidiae III 595-6. Issa insula Illyrici II 245.
Issus Ciliciae III 655-6. Istrus Moesiae Inferioris

556-558.

M
II

169.

Itanus Cretae
Ithaca
II

II

552-534.

Macae

?

Ill

907.
II

461.

Judaea
Julia

III

795-804.
v.

Madytus Chersonesi Thraciae Maeonia Lydiae III 459-441.
Julia Lydiae.

156.

Gordus
II

Gordus

Julis Cei

559-560.

Magnesia ad Sipylum Lydiae Magnesia Ionia III 265-269.

III

441-445.


Magnetes Thessaliae
II

956


Myrina Aeolidis
III

221-222.

187-188.

577. Magydus Pamphyliae Ma'ies or Malies v. Beneventum Malienses Thessaliae v. Lamia

III

.

Myrina Lemni II 141Myrleia v. Apameia Bithyniae.
Mysi-Abbaethae
Mytilene Lesbi
v.
III

.

Abbaetae-Mysi

.

Mallus Ciliciae
Malta
III

III

637-639

.

193-202. 207-211

920-922. Mamertini Siciliae I 301-303 Mantineia Arcadiae II 438. 494-496.
.

Myus

Ioniae

III

279.

N
Nacoleia Phrygiae
III

Marathus Phoenices

III

778-779.
II

Marcianopolis Moesiae Inferioris Marium Cypri III 680.

169-173

528.

Nacona
Nagidus

Siciliae

I

307.

Maroneia Thraciae

III

111-116.

Nacrasa Lydiae
Naucratites

III

445-446.
Aegypti
III

559-561. Masicytes Lyciae Massalia Galliae I 10-11.

III

Ciliciae III 640-642.

Nomus

886.

Mastaura Lydiae III 443Medcon Acarnaniae II 272. 414-15. Megalopolis Arcadiae II 438. 496-497.

Naxos insula II 565-567. Naxus Siciliae I 307-309.
Neandria Troadis
Neapolis ad
III

157-158.
Cariae. Ill 378.

Megara Megaridis
Ill

II

366-368. 436.
II

Harpasum
I
I

407. Megiste (?) Meliboea Thessaliae
Melita
III

Neapolis Apuliae
222.

95-96.
69-81
5-6.
.

Neapolis Campaniae
Neapolis Macedoniae Neapolis

920-922.
II

II

Melitae Thessaliae

222-223.

Myndiorum

(?) Cariae.

Melos

II

563-564.
.

Menaeum or Menae Siciliae I 294 Mende Macedoniac II 30-34. Menela'ites Nomus Aegypti III 885
Mesembria Thraciae
II

Neapolis Samariae III 796. Neocaesareia Ponti III 18.

Neonteichos Aeolidis
.

179-180.
I

III 189. Nesibi Mesopotamiae III 818. Nesos Insula Lesbi III 213.
II

Mesma

or

Medma
I

Bruttii

228-229.

406.

Nicaea Bithyniae
Nicopolis Epiri
II

II

158. Ill 50-53.
III

295-303. Messene Messeniae II 437. 463-466.

Messana

Siciliae

Nicomedia Bithyniae
Nisyros

53-56. 303.

252.

Melapontum Lucaniae I 1 58-171 Methana Argolidis II 484-485
.

.

Methymna

Lesbi

III

203. 204-207.
II

Metropolis Acarnaniae

415.

III 407-408. Nola Campaniae I 69. 81-83. Nomes of Egypt III 885-888. Nuceria Alfaterna Campaniae
I

I

83.

Metropolis Ioniae III 270-272. Metropolis Thessaliae II 223
.

Nuceria Bruttii

229.

Nysa Lydiae

III

4^7-449.

Mida'ium Phrygiae

III

528.

Miletopolis Mysiae III 103-104. Miletus Ioniae II 66. Ill 272-278.

O
Ococleia and Bruzus
III 529. Ococleia Phrygiae III 529. Odessus Thraciae II 64. 176-177.

Moda

Cretae

II II

538-539.

Molossi Epiri

251-252.

Mopsus

Ciliciae III 639-640.

Morgantina Siciliae I 303-304. Mosteni Lydiae III 444.

Odrysae Thraciae II 161. 185-187. Oeniadae Acarnaniae II 272.

Motya

I 304-307. Boeotiae II 298-299. Mycalessus

Siciliae

Oenoe
Olba

Icariae III 323.
II

Oetaei Thessaliae

223-224

.

Myconos

565 Mylasa Cariae II 59. Ill 374-375. Myndus Cariae III 376-378.
.

II

Ciliciae III 642-644.
II

Olbia Sarmatiae

162-165.

Olus Cretae

II

539.

Myra Lyciae

III

561-2.

Olympia

Elidis II 439-457.


Olvnthus Macedoniae
II

957


11

25-28.

Phalasarna Cretae

543-544.

Ophrynium Troadis III 158. Opus Locridis v. Locris Opuntii Orchomenus Arcadiae II 497. Orchomenus Boeotiae II 299-300.
.

Phanagoria Bospori 111 5-6. Pharae Boeotiae II 301.

Pharcadon Thessaliae
Pharnaceia Ponti
III

II

227-228.
246.

18.

Orra

v.

Hyria Calabriae
II

I

104-105. 190,

Pharos Insula

Illyrici 11
11

Orrescii Macedoniae

3-4.
II

Pharsalus Thessaliae
17.

228-230.

Orthagoreia Macedoniae II 224. Orthosia Cariae III 378.

Phaselis Lyciae

III

565-5.
III

Orthe Thessaliae
Otrus Phrygiae

Pheneus Arcadiae
Pherae Thessaliae
Phigaleia Arcadiae

498-500.
500.
111

II

230-232.

III

529.

II

Philadelpheia Lydiae
Philippi Macedoniae

449-452.
196-199. 531-532.

II

43-45.
II

Philippopolis Thraciae

Paestum Lucaniae
II

I

176-179.
111

Philomelium Phrygiae
Phistelia

111

Pagae Megaridis Palaeobeudus Phrygiae

368-569.
530.

Campaniae
II

1

83-85.

Phlius Phliasiae

419-421.
279-285.
.

Palaeopolis Pisidiae III 597. Pale Cephalleniae II 459-460.

Phocaea loniae
Phocis
II

III

290-293. 421

Pallantium Arcadiae

II

438. 497.
111

Panopolites Nonius Aegvpli

887.

Phoenice Epiri II 252. Phtheneutes Nonius Aegypti
Phygela loniae
III

111

886.

Panormus
Pantellaria

Siciliae
III

1

279.

3

10-3 14.

285-286.
III

919.
II

Pimolisa Paphlagoniae
181- 18
.

27.

Panticapaeum Chersonesi Tauricae

5

Paphos Cypri III 680-685. 857. 860. 861 Pariuni Mysiae III 104-108.
Parlais I.ycaoniae III 61 jh.

Pinara Lyciae III 565 Pionia Troadis III 1 59.
.

Piiane Mysiae Placia Mysiae
Plarasa Cariae

III III

125

.

26.

Paros

II

567-570.

III
II

344.

Patara Lyciae III 565. Patrae Achaeae II 451-455. 437. Pautalia Thraciae II 195-196.

Plataea Boeotiae

301-302.
III

Poemanenum Mysiae
Pogla Pisidiae
III

126.

597.
II

Peiraeeus Ponti
Peithaesa
I

v.

AniisusIII 13.

Polyrhenium Cretae
Pompeiopolis
Populonia Etruriae
I

544-546.

21-22.
II

v. Soli Ciliciae.

Pelinna Thessaliae
Pelle

224.

18-21.
III

Macedoniae

II

63.96. 98-100.

Pordosilene Insula Lesbi

213-214.

Pellene Achaeae

II

435-436.
II

Poscidium Carpathi
Poseidonia Lucaniae

III
I

393.

Peltae Phrygiae III 530. Peparethus Insula Thessaliae

171-175. 181.

239-240.

Potidaea Macedoniae

II

35-36.

Perga Pamphyliae III 577-581. Perga and Side III 581.

Praesus Cretae
Priansus Cretae

II

546-548.
548.

II

Pergamum Mysiae
Perinthus Thraciae

III
II
I

108-124. 304.

158-161

.

Priapus Mysiae III 127. Priene loniae III 286-287.

Peripolium Bruttii

50.

Proconnesus Mysiae
225-226.

Perperene Mysiae
Pessinus Galatiae
Petelia Bruttii
I

III

124.
II

Perrhaebi Thessaliae
III

700-701.

III 127. Proni Cephalleniae II 460. Prostanna Pisidiae III 597. Prusa ad Olympum Bithyniae

III

57-58.
III

229-230.

Prusias ad

Mare

v.

Cius Bithyniae
III

43

Petra Siciliae

314. Phaestus Cretae II 540-543.
I

Prusias ad Hypiuni Bithyniae

58-59.

Prymnessus Phrygiae
Psophis Arcadiae
II

III

532-533.

Phalanna Thessaliae

II

226-227.

500-501.


Ptolemais
v.

95^
Seleuceia Pisidiae
III

Ace Phoenices
I

III

779-780.

600.

Pyxus Lucaniae

179.

R
Raidan
III

Seleuceia Syriae 763-765. Seleuceia ad Pyramum Ciliciae v. Mopsus. Seleucia Pieria III 763-765.
III

811.
III

Raphia Judaeae

800.

Selge Pisidiae III 600-607. Selinus Siciliae I 320-323. Selymbria Thraciae II 161.

Remi

I

12.
II
I

Rhaucus Cretae
Bruttii

548-549.

Sepphoris v. Diocaesareia Galilaeae. Serdica Thraciae II 199.

230-237. Rhegium Rhithymna Cretae II 549-550.
Rhodiapolis Lyciae
III

Sermyle Macedoniae II 24. Sesamus Paphlagoniae III 27Sestus Chersonesi Thraciae
II

.

565

.

136-138.

Rhodus II 67. Rhosus Syriae
Rubi Apuliae

Ill

410-419.
762-763.

Siculo-Punic

I

371-372.
II

III
I

Sicyon Sicyoniae

63. 421-428.

96-97.

Side Pamphyliae III 582-5.

Sidon Phoenices

III III

Sigeium Troadis
Sabaei
Saetabi
v.
I

780-784. 161-162.

Homeritae
7.

III

808.

Signia Latii I 49. Silandus Lydiae III 460.

Sillyum Pamphyliae
598-600.
III

III

585-6.
III

Sagalassus Pisidiae III
Sa'itta

Singara Mesopotamiae

818-819.

Lydiae

452-454.

Sinope Paphlagoniae

II

58. Ill 28-33.

Sala Lydiae III 454-455. Salamis Atticae II 365.

Siphnos II 571-572. Siris Lucaniae I 179.

Salamis Cypri

II
I

70. Ill 683-688.

Salapia Apuliae

97.
II
I

Same Cephalleniae
Samnite Social

460-461.
54-55.

War

Samos

III

323-335.
III

Samosata Commagenes Samothrace II 142-143.

749.

Smyrna and Hierapolis III 519. Smyrna and Nicomedia III 303. Smyrna and Pergamum III 304-305. Smyrna and the Troad III 303. Smyrna and Thyateira III 465. Smyrna and Laodicea III 304. 526-527. Smyrna Ioniae III 250. 287-305.
Soli Ciliciae III 647-651.

Sardes and Hierapolis III 518-519. Sardes and Laodiceia III 527. Sardes Lydiae III 123. 250. 456-460. Sardinia I 375-376. Ill 915. Scamandria Troadis III 159.

Solus Siciliae

I 323-324. Stobi Macedoniae II 100-101.

Stratoniceia v. Hadrianopolis Lydiae. Stratoniceia Cariae III 380-383.
Stratus Acarnaniae
II

Scapsa

v.

Capsa Macedoniae
III
1

II

35.

272-273.
I

Scarpheia Locridis II 287.
Scepsis Troadis

Sturnium

(?) Calabriae

105.

59-161. Sciathus Insula Thessaliae II 240.

Scione Macedoniae
Scotussa Thessaliae

II

29.

Stymphalus Arcadiae II 501Suessa Aurunca Campaniae I 85-86. Sybaris Lucaniae I 179-182. 211. 212.
Sybrita Cretae
II

232-233. Scythopolis v. Nysa Samariae. Sebaste v. Elaeusa Ciliciae.
Sebaste Phrygiae III 533-534. Sebastopolis Cariae III 379.
Sebastopolis Ponti III 19.

II

550.

Syedra

Ciliciae III 651.

Synaiis Phrygiae III 535.

Synnada Phrygiae
Syracuse Siciliae
I

III

535-537.
II

246. 324-365. 370.

406-407

416.
Syros
III
II

Segesta Siciliae I 315-319. Seleuceia ad Calycadnum Ciliciae

572-573.

644-647. Seleuceia ad Tigrim Mesopotamiae III 818.

959
Tlos and Cragus III 567. Tlos (?) Lyciae III 566.

Tabae Cariae

III 383-38S. Tabala Lydiae III 461. Tanagra Boeotiae II 302-304.

Tomis Moesiae

Inferioris
II

II

175-

Topirus Thraciae
T

200.
II

Tragilus Macedoniae
)3-

42-43.

Tarentum Calabriae
Tarra Cretae
II

I

106-149.
Ill

550.
II

Trajanopolis Phrvgiae Trajanopolis Thraciae

III
II

541-542. 200.

Tarsus Ciliciac

68-69.
I

652-668.

Tralies Lydiae III 466-469.

Tauromenium Siciliae 365-368. Tavium Galatiae III 701-2. Teanum Sidicinum Campaniae 86-87.
I

Trapezopolis Cariae 111 388-389. Tricca Thessaliae II 234. Trierus (?) Thraciae II 127.
Tripolis Lydiae
III

Teate Apuliae I 98. Tegea Arcadiae II 502-504.

470-473.
III

Tripolis Phoenices

784-788.
303.

Temenothvrae Phrygiae III 538-540. Temenothyrae-Sebaste 540. Temesa Bruttii 21 1.
I

Troad and Smyrna Troezen Argolidis

111
II

438. 485-487.
III

Tuder Umbriae
Tylisus Cretae

I

41-43.

Temnus
Tenedos

Acolidis
III

III

189-190.

Tyana Cappadociae
II
I

715-

164-166.

530-531.

Tenos II 574-575 Teos Ioniae III 305-31
Terina Bruttii
I

1

.

254. 368-370. Tyndaris Siciliae Tyra Sarmatiae II 165.

237-242.
.

Termessus Major Fisidiae III 607-61 1 Termessus Minor Lyciae III 566. 610-611. Thasos II 143-149.

Tyrrheni Siciliae Tyrus Phoenices

1

370-371.
60.
Ill

II

788-793.

U-V
Yelia Lucaniae I 1 91-199. Venusia Apuliae 99-101. Vetulonia Ktruriae 19-21.
I
I

Thebae Boeotiae II 304-315. Thebae Phthiotidis Thessaliae
Thelpusa Arcadiae
II

II

233-

504.
111

Themisonium Phrygiae
Thera
II

540.

575-576.

Yibo Yalentia

Bruttii

I

221-223.
II

Therma (?) Macedoniae II 16. Thermae Himerenses Siciliae I 286-287.
Thespiae Boeotiae
Thessali
II II

Yiminacium Moesiae Superioris
Yolaterrae Etruriae
I

166-167.

23-25.
II

315-317.
II

235-238. Thessalonica Macedoniae

Uranopolis Macedoniae Uria v. Hyrium I 95.

23-24.

16. 94.

101-104

Uxentum

Calabriae

I

149.

Thronium

Locridis
II

II

287-

Thuria Messeniae

466.
I

X
.

Thurium Lucaniae
Thyateira Lydiae

182-190.

III 462-465 and Smyrna III 465. Thyateira

Xanthus Lyciae

III

567

Thymbra Troadis
Tiberias Galilaeae

III

162.
II

Thyrrheium Acarnaniae
III

273-275. 415.
541

795.
III
.

Tiberiopolis Phrygiae

Zacynthus II 461-463. Zaeelii Macedoniae II 4.
Zancle Siciliae
Zela Ponti
III
I

Timbriada Pisidiae
Tirynx Argolidis
II

III

611-612.
.

212. 295-296.

485 Tityassus Pisidiae III 612.

19.
III

Zeleia Troadis

163.
III

Tium

Bithyniae

III

59-60.

Zeugma Commagenes

749-750,

INDEX

II.

KINGS AND DYNASTS.

Other than Romas Emperors.

Antiochus VIII.

Ill

743-744.

Antiochus IX.

Ill

744-745.
111

Abgarus X, Edessa III 817. Abrocamas (or Abdissu) of Paphlagonia Achaeus of Syria III 730. 88 Adaeus of Macedon
1 1
.

III

29.

Antiochus X. Ill 746 Antonia Thryphaena, Pontus
256. Apolloniades Archelaus of Macedon
I I

21.

II

Acropus

=

50.
51
.

Archelaus
1

II

of

Macedon

II

51

.

Archelaus

II

of

Macedon

II

220-221.353-357. Agathocles of Sicily Ainel of Byblus III 777. 220. 255. Alexander of Epirus
I

Archelaus of Cappadocia III 708. Aretas IV of Nabathaea III 809.

Areus of Lacedaemon

II

467.
111 111

Alexander of Pherae Alexander
Alexander
I

II

231-232.
II

of
III

Macedon

12-13.45-49.
II

Ariarathes of Paphlagonia Ariarathes of Cappadocia
I

30.

705.

(the Great)

57-76.

Ill

845-84S.
III

850. Alexander IV of Macedon,
847. Alexander
Bala of Syria

Ariarathes II-X of Cappadocia III 705-6. Ariobarzanes l-III of Cappadocia 111 707.
Aristo,

v.

Ptolemy
737-739.

I

84

3-

Paphos Cypri
II

III

682.

Arsinoe
I

III

850-851. 858. Arsinoe, wife of Ptolemy IV II 485
.

of Egypt
III

111

Alexander

11 II

Zebina

III

743.
II

Amadocus
Amastris

of Thrace
.

186.

551 Artumpari Asander of Bosporus
.

III

21

.

Amyntas Amyntas

24-25 III of Macedon TI51-52. of Galatia III 697-698.
I

III

Attalus I-III of

Pergamum

III

m-112.
III

575

Attambelus

III

of Characene

837.

Audoleon of Paeonia

Anaxilas of Rhegium
'

230-231
'

Andriscus, Macedon II 93. Antigonus King of Asia II 83 Antigonus Doson of Macedon II 83-S4.
.

I 13. II 91-92. Azbaal (Byblus Phoenices) III 775. Azbaal (Citium Cypri) III 677.

B
Baalmelek
I, II (Citium Cypri) III 676-678, Baalram (Citium Cypri) III 678. Ballaeus of Illyricum II 245
.

Antigonus Gonatas of Macedon 11 82-83. Antimachus I of Bactria III 841. Antiochus IV of Commagene III 74S.
Antiochus
I

of Syria
Ill

III

722-723.

Antiochus
Antiochus

II.

723-725.
111

Berenice

I

of Egypt

III

849. 854.

Antiochus Hierax
III

727.

(the Great) III 728-730. Antiochus IV. Ill 661. 732-734. 757. 816.

Antiochus V.

Ill

734-735.
740-741.

Callinicus of

Commagene
II

III

748

Antiochus VI.
Antiochus VII.

Ill
Ill

Cassander of Macedon

77-79.

741-742.

Cavarus of Thrace

II

191.


187. of Heracleia III 46 Clearchus, tyrant VIII. Ill 743 Cleopatra with Antiochus III of Egypt III 860. Cleopatra
.

9^2
I

Cetriporis of Thrace

II

Iotape of Juba I of

Commagene
Numidia
III

III

748.
929.

926.
III

Cleopatra VII of Egypt Cleopatra and Coson, Olbia
II

III

861
III

.

Juba
862
.

II

of Mauretania
III

Mark Antony
201
.

Jugurtha, Numidia

925.

Cunobelinus of Britain

I

16.

K
Karas
III

D
Datames Satrap III 654-656. Datames of Paphlagonia III 29.
Demetrius Poliorcetes of Macedon
II

679.
III

Kharai, Lycialll 550.

Khariga, Lycia

551

Khin...
79-81
.

Ill
III

552.
548-9.

Kuprili

Demetrius
Demetrius

II
I

of

Macedon

II

84.

Demetrius

II

of Syria III 735-737. 79° of Syria III 739-740. 742.
.

Diomedes of Bactria
Docimus, Thrace
II

1 347-348. II 463 Dionysius Tyrant of Heracleia Pontica

Lycceius of Paeonia
III

II

89.

47,

Lysimachus, Thrace

II

187-190.

15.

M
Epiphanes of Euagoras
I.

Commagene
686.

III

748.

Magas, son of Berenice III 849. 897, Mausolus of Caria.HI 390.
'

Ill

687. 825. Euagoras Euanthes, Salami's Cypri III 685. Eucratides of Bactria III 841 Euelthon, Salamis Cypri III 683-685.
.

II. Ill

Mazaeus Satrap III 657-661. Mazaeus (?) of Sidon III 782. Melekiathon (Citium Cypri) III 678.

Menander of Bactria III 841 Micipsa, Numidia III 925.
Mithradates
III

.

Eumenes

I

and

II

of

Pergamum

III

110-112,

of Pontus

III III

20.

Mithradates VI of Pontus

20-21

.

Mithrapata
Gelas,

III

552.
II

Monunius, Illyricum

244-245.
.

King of the Edoni

II

15-16

Gelon, Syracuse I 325-326. Gras, Idalium Cypri III 679.

Mooses, Macedon II 1 5 Mostis, Thrace II 191.

N

H
Nicias of Cos

Hecatomnus of Caria III 389. Herod Archelaus, Judaea III 802. Herod Agrippa I and II. Ill 802.
Hicetas of Syracuse I 357-358. Hidrieus of Caria III 390. Hiempsal II (?) of Numidia III 925, Hieron I of Syracuse I 332-333.

III 400. Salamis Cypri III 686. Nicocles, Nicocreon, Salamis Cypri III 688.

Nicodamus. Salamis Cypri Nicomedes I-IV, Bithynia

III

685

.

III

62-63

O
Onasi, Paphos Cypri Orontas III 313
.

Hieron

of Syracuse I 359-362. Hieronymus of Syracuse I 362.
II

III

683.

963


III 111

Pacorus
Parikla
Pasi,

I

and

II

of Parthia.

Satyrus, tyrant of Heracleia Bithynia

46.

III

553.
III
II

Sauromates
680.
.

I.

Cimmerian Bosporus
III

22.

Paphos Cypri

Seleucus

I

of Syria
Ill Ill
Ill Ill

719-722. 829-830.

Patraus of Paeonia

89-91
II
5
1

Seleucus

II.

725-727.
728.

Pausanias of

Macedon

.

Seleucus

III.

Pau(tos), Paphos Cypri III 681. 682. Perdiccas II of Macedon II J9-50.

Seleucus IV. Seleucus VI.
Shaqilath,

731-732.
745
.

Perdiccas

Macedon II 52. Perseus of Macedon II 87-88.
III

of

Queen of Xabathaea

III

Soy,

Pharnabazus, satrap III 312. 652-654. Philetaerus of Pergamum III 11 1
.

Simon Barcochha III 805. Simon Maccabaeus III 800-801.
Simus, Tetrarch of Thessalv II 219. Sparadocus, Thrace II [85-186.
Spithridales
III

Philip Philip Philip

II

of Macedon of Macedon
of

I

13.
II
II

II

53-56.

III

76-77.
84-87.
.

313.

V

Macedon
I

Sppntaza

III

550.
II

Philistis

of Syracuse
III

360-361

Stasandrus, Paphos Cypri
Stasioikos.

68

1-2

.

670. Philopator Phintias of Agrigentum 254. Pixodarus of Caria III 391
I
.

Marium Cypri

III

680.
III

Stasioikos, or Stasicypros, Idalium Cypri Strato II, Sidon III 782.

679,

Pnytagoras, Salamis Cypri
Polycrates
III

111

688.

Strato

I

of Sidon

111

781.

858.
III
.

Polemo
Prusias

II,

Pontus

21.

Pontius Pilate HI 801
1,

II,

Ptolemy

I,

Bithynia III 60-61. Soter III 845-849.

Tarcondimotus

I,

Cilicia 111
III

670.

Ptolemy
Ptolemy

II,

Philadelphus

III

850-855.

III,

Euergetes

111

853-855.

549. Teres III (?), Thrace II 186. Themistocles, Magnesia Ioniae

Taththivaibi, Lycia

II

362.

Ptolemy IV, Philopator III 855-856. Ptolemy V, Epiphanes III 778. 856-858. Ptolemy VI, Philometor III 779. 858-859.
Ptolemy VII, Eupator III 859. Ptolemy VIII, Euergetes II. Ill 859-860. Ptolemy X, Soter II. Lathy rus III 860. Ptolemy XI, Alexander I. Ill 860-861
.

Thiban

III

548.
III

Tigranes, Armenia

746.

Timarchus, Syria

III

735.
I

Timoleon of Syracuse
Tiribazus, Satrap
III

348-352.
III

Timotheus, Tyrant of Heracleia Pontica
625. 6^9. 652.

47.

Trbbanimi
861,

III

5

52.
III

Ptolemy XIII, Neos Dionysos, Auletes
Pumiathon, Citium Cypri
Pyrrhus of Epirus
Pythagores
IIII

III

Tryphon, Syria

741.

III

678.
II

358-359.

81. 253-255.

U-V
Vad...
553. Verica, Britain
Ill

31 1-3 12.

R
Rhaescuporis

I

16.

Uvug, Lycia
Rhoecus
(?)

III

549.

Cimmerian Bosporus Amathus Cypri III 676.
I,

III

21

Rhoemetalces

I-I II,

Thrace

II

191.

Zotimos

III

676,

INDEX

III.

ROMAN EMPERORS, ETC

B

Aebutius Spuri
Aelius
111

f.

Corinth

II

396.

Balbinus

III

66S.
III

751.
II

Balbinus, Pupienus and Gordianus Pius
167.
P. Corinth

278.

Aemilianus
Aesillas
II

Bellio Proculo,

M. Corinth
297.

II

399.

94.
II

Britannicus

III

Agrippa, Yipsanius

398.

Agrippina

III

16.

Agrippina junior III 487. 534. Agrippina and Claudius II 103.

Ill 444. Alexander Severus, vide Severus Alexander. Annius Yerus III 663
.

Caecilius Niger, Q.. Corinth II 396. Caesar, Julius, Corinth II 395. 396.

Caligula

II

398-599. 551.

Ill

296. 297. 485. 489.

872-3 Antonia, with Claudius and Drusus II 530. Antoninus Pius II 400-401. 482-483. 553.
.

Antinoiis

III

Caligula and Germanicus II 550. Caninius Agrippa, P. Corinth II 598.
Ill

23.

Caracalla
200.

II

57. 42.

100. 155. 170. 194. 198-199.

51.

54.60. 104. 119.

120.

213-214. 243.249.

268.

405. 419. 451. 457. 507. 511. 516. 524. 576. 585. 597. 612. 619. 629. 700. 702. 715.

266. 405. 454-455. 456. 480. 487. Ill 12. 20. 27. 49. 52. 57. 68. 70. 91. 102. 121. 154. 157. 158. 156. 244. 268. 270. 257.
258.

252.

761. 786. 796. 798. 872-875. 885-S87. Antoninus Pius and Marc Aurelius III 692.

Antonius Hipparchus, M. Corinth II 397. Antony, Mark, and Cleopatra III 862.
Arrius Peregrinus, L. Corinth
II

504. 505. 540. 406. 442. 455. 455. 459. 465. 468. 490. 525. 526. 527. 528. 579. 597. 606. 618. 619. 651. 655. 664. 693. 699. 701. 714.

597.

Augustus
III

II

41. 45.

139-140. 237. 325. 596-397-

715.751. 765. 774. 778. 786-87. 815. Caracalla and Geta III 371. Caracalla and Plautilla III 495
.

33. 89.

117. 154. 230. 231. 262. 310. 330.
3

Carruntanus Balb. Pro Pr.

Ill

921.

549-550.
485. 494.

3)4510.

6 8.

572.

575-

402-405. 472.
558. 561. 645.

516.

522-525.
Ill

754. 760. 799. 865. Augustus and Tiberius

Castricius Regulus, L. Corinth II 398. Certus Aeficius, L. Corinth II 396. Claudius II 36. 45. 126. 399-400. 551.

Ill

458.

II

105.

296.

486. 499.

555.

639. 690.

Ill

775.

795. 805.

Aurelianus

III

882. 885.
II
-

Aurelius, Marcus

94.

165.

195. 196-197.
54.

433- 573- HI Ir

26. 51.

257. 58. 60. 69. 120.

864-5. Claudius and Agrippina II 105. Claudius, Drusus and Antonia II

Ill

242. 444.

550.

141. 159. 245. 504. 542. 406. 452. 459. 527. 605. 711. 749. 774. 800. 815.875-

481.

Claudius and Messalina

II

552.

Aurelius, Marcus, and Faustina junior
591

III

448. 576.

Claudius Optatus, T.Corinth II 400. Claudius II Gothicus III 600. 881-2.

Commodus

11

154. 155.

195.

196. 252. 568. 401.


434- 4^6. 573122. 123.
IJI I2
-

c,66


III

5 1

-

55?

90-91.

108. 120.

Gallienus and Valerianus
Gallus, Trebonianus
II

540.

244. 250. 277. 303. 330. 424. 468. 487. 529. 594. 618. 663. 712.
137. 144.
155.

167. Ill 37. 53. 139. 580.

592. 622. 647. 650. 757.

795. 796. 876.

Commodus and
Crispina
II

Crispina III 185. Cornelius Valerianus III 575. 586. 629.
197. Ill 155. 442. 525.

Germanicus II 304. Ill 458. Germanicus and Agrippina III 486. Germanicus and Caligula II 530.

Germanicus and Drusus jun.
Geta
II

Ill

458.

156. 170. 196. 200.
Ill 12.

404. 421. 431.466.

D
Decius, Trajan
III
II

471.

49. 70. 244.
529.

446. 490. 520.
333. 334. 503. 532. 628.
Ill

301. 331. 355.427. 534. 594. 612. 700. 762.

Diadumenianus
787.
Diocletian
III

171. 174.

503. 599.

778.

876. Geta and Caracalla

III
II

371.
95-96. 100. 103-104. 160. [78. 180. 194-195. Ill 37.
181. 186. 245. 251.

Gordianus
884.
166.
50.

III

Pius

168. 176-177.
56. 92.

Domitia

III
II

250. 404. 459. 465. 499.
159.

139. 156-157.

Domitian
Ill

317. 400. 432-433. 552.

572.

269. 270.

271. 285. 301. 303. 331. 332. 350.

243.

330.

524.

528.

555.

574. 579. 632.

371. 378. 434. 449.

454. 469. 479. 483. 488.
539.

698. 709. 760-761. 795. 804. 867.

497-498. 527. 532. 537.

555.

559. 562.

Domitian and Domitia

III

299.
148. 155. 211.
505. 525.

563. 581. 585. 590-1. 614A. 631. 636. 646. 665-

Domna,

Julia

II

100. 155. 159. 165. 198. 237. 436.

667. 714. 756. 776. 815. 818. 877. 878.

479. 483.
278. 300.

Ill

43. 91. 95.

137.

339. 382. 431. 435. 439.

Gordianus and Tranquillina III 818. Gordianus, Balbinus and Pupienus III 278.

531. 534. 634. 692. 713. 758.

Drusus, Claudius and Antonia Drusus Julius Caesar III 690.

II

530.

H
Hadrian
103.
II

Drusus junior and Germanicus

III

458.

99. 400. 457. 553. Ill 16.

36. 94.

95.

119.

299.

362.

446. 494-495- 5"« 611. 612. 640. 662. 710-71
Elagabalus
43II

375. 378. 382. 404-405. 53°- 542. 576. 584. 606.
1.

749. 786.

799.

160. 172. 174.

176. 199. Ill 38. 41.

181.

33I-448. 517- 7I3- 756.775. 784335. 667.

787-8. 793Etruscilla III 246. 334.

II 396. C. Pollio. Corinth II 397. Heius, Herennius Etruscus II 166. Ill 122. 878.

809. 868-872. 885-888. Heius, C. Pamphilus. Corinth

Hostilianus III 585.

J

Faustina junior
III

II

41. 193.

196.

197.

562.

570,
Julia Titi III 299.
Julia

55. 68. 90.

125.

154.

300. 340. 406.

491. 517. 519.606. 639. 799. Faustina senior II 295. Ill 386.
Felix,

Domna

II

100. 155. 159. 165.

479. 483.

Ill

43- 9i- 95-

198. 237. 436. 137- 148. 155- 211.

Antonius III 803. Furius Labeo, L. Corinth

278. 300. 339.
II

382. 431. 435. 439. 505.

525.

397.

531. 534. 634. 692.713.758. Julia Maesa II 160. 172.

Gallienus

II

134. 160. Ill 19. 53. 92-93. 140.247-

249.272. 278.
357358.

302.

335.

343.

351.

355-356.

387-388. 425.

428. 435. 439. 443.
597.
599,

Mamaea II 99. Ill 103. 270. 600. 634. Julia Paula III 244. Julius, C. Corinth II 396. Julius C. Hera. Corinth II 396.
Julia

331. 482. 499.

449- 469. 483- 538. 575- 580. 591. 614B. 631. 647. 651. 880-881.

Julius Nicephorus, C. Corinth

II

395.


Livia III 354. 622. 863. Livia and Tiberius II 103 Livia and Senatus III 296.
.

9*7


III

Palicanus

900.
244.
II

Paula, Julia
Philip

III

junior

192.

Ill

333. 443.

454.

519.

526. 577. 579. Philip senior II 100. 104. 166. 168. 173.

192. Ill

Lucilla III 799.

95. 235. 263. 271. 407. 505-506. 512. 539. 607.

Lucius Caesar Lucius Verus
Ill

III
II

468.

614A. 621. 627. 629. 632. 646. 749. 750. 757.

ir.

42. 368. 401. 432. 434- 573- 576. 59. 342. 343. 355. 406. 537- 606. 700.

878.
Plautilla
II

267. 404. 431. 466. 480. 496. 500.

Ill

712. 750. 7J2.

495Plotina
III

524.

M
Macrinus
170. 171. 173. Maesa, Julia II 160. 172.
II

Plotina, Marciana and Trajan III 107.

Pompeius Magnus
Ill

III

650.
242. 299.464.

497. 508. 599. 645.

Pontius Pilate

III

802.
III

Mamaea,

Julia

II
.

99.

Ill

103. 270. 331. 482. 499.

Poppaea and Nero Probus III 884.

600. 634. 815 Marciana, Plotina and Trajan

Publicius Regulus, C. Corinth
III III

II

399.
III

107.

Mark Antony and Cleopatra

862.

Marcus Aurelius vide Aurelius. Maximianus III 885. Maximinus II 175. 177. 238.

Publilius, Gaius II 94. Pupienus, Balbinus and Gordianus Pius Pupius Rufus, A. Ill 900-901
.

278.

Ill 37. 52-53. 235- 443- 574- 628. 665. 877. Maximus II 96. Ill 44. 139. 181. 269. 877. Messalina III 170. 864.

56.

Rufus, A. Pupius

III

900-901.
II

Rutilius Plancus, L. Corinth

Mussidius Priscus, C. Corinth

397,

II

397.

N
Nero
II

126.

237. 400. Ill 180.

Sabina
277. 298. 418.

III 38. III

Salonina

430. 438. 440.
511. 516. 524.

458-459.
526.

464.

480-481. 491.

44.

119. 277. 430. 487. 491. 640. 122. 249. 272. 311. 335.

343.

533. 584. 755. 795. 803.

865.

352. 357. 358. 388. 460. 538. 651. Salonina and Saloninus III 182.

Nero and Agrippina III 298. 535. Nero and Britannicus Caesars III 803. Nero and Poppaea III 242. 299. 464. Nerva II 564. Ill 419. 698. Nonius Bassus, M. Corinth II 397.

Saloninus Caesar
Severina
III

III

881.

882.
II

Severus, Alexander
13. 52. 55. 91.

95.

156-157.
161.

173. 175. Ill

121.

138.

245. 268. 383.
539. 590. 751.
816.

431.442. 465. 482. 503. 512. 531.
595. 620.

628. 640. 646. 713-714.

756.

809. 816. 876-7.

Severus Alexander and Julia
Octavianus, Antoniusand Lepidus Octavius Luscinus, Corinth II 399.
Otacilia
II

Mamaea

III

III

242.

Severus, Septimius II 159. 169. 197-198. 200. 266. 325. 368-369. 376. 401-403. 431. 465-466.

165.

173. 271. Ill 343. 407. 443. 517.

471. 478. 486-487. 500.
57. 91. 95.

Ill 18.

19. 37. 51. 52.

518. 519. 525. 750. 818.

120.

171. 300. 424-425. 441. 461.

Otho

III

866.

482.492.497. 512. 634. 645. 663. 712. 715.
762. 765. 780.

Severus, Septimius and Julia Soaemias, Julia II 172.

Domna

III

382.

Paconius Flam., L. Corinth

II

399.

968


III

Tacitus

III

883-884.

Vaballathus and Aurelianus
Valerian and Gallienus
III

883.
182.

Thalna, P. Juventius II 93.
397-398. Ill 117. 350. 426. 611. 622. 644. 755. 802. 864. Tiberius and Augustus II 103. Tiberius and Livia II 103.
Tiberius
II

540.
139.

Valerianus

II

158.

Ill

17.

247. 311. 387. 427. 469. 506. 639. 668. 793. 879. Vatronius Labes, A. Corinth II 397.

211. 246. 539. 576. 620.

Titus

III 54. 403. 691. 804. 866. Titus and Domitian III 231. 262. 403. 433
II

Verus, vide Lucius Verus.
.

Vespasian
542.

II

37.

523.

552.

Ill

36.

49.

50. 58.

Trajan

321. 523. 552. 573. Ill 49.

59. 69. 118.

181. 243.

379. 403. 430. 489. 494. 691. 755.
III

235- 342. 354-

386. 404- 433- 446.473-

584,636.663.

691-2. 709-710. 750.752. 759-

866-7. Vespasian, Titus and Domitian

154.

761. 764. 765. 774. 779. 783. 798. 867-8. Trajan, Plotina and Marciana III 107.

Verus, Annius Verus, Lucius
Ill 11. 59.

III
II

663.
406.

42. 368. 401. 433-434. 573. 576.

Trajan Decius

III

333.

334.

503.

532. 628. 817.

342-343.

355.

537.606. 700.
398.

878.
Tranquillina
301.
II

712. 750. 752. 774.
177.
178.
180.
Ill

44.

57.

246.

332. 454.

500. 503.

558.

581. 646. 667.

Vipsanius Agrippa, P. Corinth Volusian III 878.

II

818.

Trebonianus Gallus

II 167. Ill 37. 53. 139. 580. 592. 622. 647. 650. 757. 879.

INDEX

IV.

LETTERS AND INSCRIPTIONS.
(Except Monograms).

a)

Greek.

— —
Aegina — Alexander 375.of Macedon 74. — Amorium 488. — Arcadian League 488. — 475. — Argos 355. Athens — Calchedoh 40. — Cales 58. — Cassander of Macedon 78. — Celenderis 623. — Clazomenae 225. — Cnossus — Colophon 253. — Corinth 386-387. — — Elaeusa-Sebaste 669.
III
II

Tarentum
Terina
Velia
I I

I

120.

121. 122. 123.

239.
182. 183. 184.

A Abdcra

II II

123.

-- Thurium

I

191. 194. 195. 197. 199.
II

AANOE
AB

Thebes
II

312.

III

Abdera

133.
III

II

ABOYAA
ABP

Cos

401.
II

II

Argos Amphilochicum

II

411

.

Syria

III
II

719.

III

ABPHN
ATA

Erythrae
I

25 3-

I

Ar Syracuse

363.
II

II

Thessaly

235.

III

III

ArAOinnOI Athens II 324. ArAOOKAEOI Dyrrhachii II

II s 1,9.

244.

Syracuse

I

357.
111

III

II

ArAIIKAHI Erythrae III 256. 258. ArAIIKAHI ANTinATPOY Erythrae
ArEI Thebes
II

256.

Ei'on II 7.

312.

III

— —

Armi apiit
ArAA
Aegina
II

cos in 399.
3.
III

Elis II 448. 451

.

— — — — — — —

Heracleia Luc.
Istrus
II

I

153.

ArNHN

Teos

308.

169.
I
I

Massilia

10-1

1 .

ArPEYI Corcyra II 265. AmNITTTTOY Apollonia II
I 1 1
.

243.

Messana

298.
I,

Metapontum
Neapolis
I

161. 165.

75.

Nesos
Petelia

III

213.

AA Massilia Assus Troad. Ill 144. AAA AAP CEYHPIANH TAPCOV MHT TOON TEn APXEIHN KIAIKIA ICAVPIA AYKAONI Tarsus III 663
.

— —

Olbiall 164.
I

— — Philip V 85. — Philip Proconnesus 127. — Rhodus 410. — Sinope 30. — Suessa Aurunca 85 — Syracuse 340. 352. 360. 361.
II

II

229. of Macedon

AE Argos
II

57.

AOA

472. Heracleia I 152.

II

Metapontum
III

I

167.
.

III

III

III

I

.

AOE Nagidus 641 AOH Seleucia ad Calycadnum III 644. AOH Sabaeans and Himyarites III 810. AOHNAI IAIAAOI Ilium III 151.
363

I

AOHNAI NIKH4>OPOY Pergamum

III

115.

970

AOHNOrENHI
AOHNOTTOAI2

Leucas
Cius

II

270.
42.
III

AMI

AOHNOAnPOI
AOIHN Thebes A0AA Syracuse
A^
Velia
I

III

Ephesus
II
I

240.

HI 636. Metapontum I 164. AM<}>I Argos Amphilochicum

Issus

312.

II

411.

Samos
II

III

326.
II

343.

AMcfrlKTIONHN Delphi

295.

197.
III

AN
of

Perseus

87.


Al Alexander
Histiaea

Macedon

II

59.

Elis II 454.
II

333.

ANAZATOPOY Abydos III 133. ANAZANAPOC Cos III 397. Rhodus III 412. 415. ANAZAP BOY MHTP0TT0A6IC Anazarbus III
619.

AIANT02 TEYKPOY
AIA2
Locris Opuntii
II

Olba
284. 242.

III

643.

ANAZIAIK02

Abdera

II

122.

AIBATI02

Apollonia

II

ANAIIAA2PrieneIIl286.

AITYnTOI Colophon III 233. AIOHN Halicarnassus III 370. AIAIOC AIONYCIOC Laodiceia
524.

ANAI02
ad

Clazomenae III 226. ANKPATO Clazomenae III 227.

Lycum

III

ANAP0MENH2 Aenianes II 205. ANAP0NIK02 AAKIOY Apameia
ANAP02CosIII
399.

III

492. 493.

AINEA2

Laodiceia ad

Lycum

III

521.

AINHTOP

Sicyon II 428. Alexander III of Macedon
III

ANO
II

67.

Tarentum I 136. AN[OPflN] Tarentum

I

129.

Rhodus
Lesbos
III

412.
246.

AIOAE

203.
II

AN0Y.ETTPPin MAPKEAAfl Cyme III 181. ANOY KAI CEN T7AIT0Y OMONOIA Ephesus III
250.

AIPP Damastium

AI2KPIHN

Patras.11432.

AI2XI2 ArgosII 4 78.

ANTHIO Antioch III 590. ANTIAAA2 Aenus II 107.
ANTirENH2LebedusIIl265.

AITHCAM€NOVn KAMAI- MAPKEAAIANOY
.

Eucarpeia

III

509.
.

Syracuse I 341 AKE2I02 Barce III 902.

AK

AKHP

Samothrace
Paros
II

II

142.

AKOY

568.

ANTirONOC 2IA0 Sardes III 457. ANTITONOY 2TPATHrOY Thessaly ANTIKPATH2 Cyme III 174. ANTINOO Mytilene III 211. ANTinATP Rhodus III 411.
ANTITTATP02
Miletus
III
III

II

237.


— — —

AA Amorium
Corinth
II

III

489.

274-275

.

387-388.
.

105 Selge III 602.

Orra

I

ANTI0X02 400. ANTIOXOY TOY BAKKIAOY Apollonia
Cos

II

243.

ANTI(J>ANH2 Clazomenae
155
.

III

224.

Thurium
Rhodus

I

189.
I

ANTHNIANHC C€VH AAP MHT TAPCOV
Tarsus
III

AAE

Heracleia
III

664.

415.

AOYIOAA ANOYnATH AIXM0KAH2
sus III 242.

Ephe-

Tegea II 504. AAE1 Tarentum I 134.

AAEOI

AAEIANAPEA Alexandria III 866. AAEIANAPOC AN€0OTPOHNnN
829.

Otrus

III

— — —

ATT Antiochia ad

Daphnem

III

757.

Athens

II

354.
III

Cydonia II 522. Egypt (Ptolemy V)
Syracuse
I

858.

AAEZI2

(?) Acanthus
Cil. Ill

II

21.

362.
III

AA0

Aegae

617.

AT1ATOYPI02 Cyme
Samos
III

176.

AAKMEHN HrEMONEni AM Metapontum 164.
I

326.

Tarsus

III

655.
Amastris
III

ATTEAAA2 Erythrae 254. ATTHNH EPA Ephesus III 246. ATTOA Metapontum I 166.
III
I

AMA2TPI02 BA2IAI22H2
AMEINIA2 Rhodus
III
I

24.

AMENAN02

Catana

412. 266.

Tarentum I 139. Thebes II 307. ATT0AAA2 Clazomenae

— —

III

224. 226.


AfTOAAOAOTOY
APABIA HI
Colophon III 234. Smyrna III 288. ATTOAAOAflP Ephesus III 239.

97i

AP Argos


866.

II

474.
II
II

AnOAAON nYOIOI Alexandria
809.
I

III

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224.

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328.

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I I
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77.

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.

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I

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341. 342.

KI2 Syracuse

360.

KK Aspendus III 574. KA Tarentum 127. KAAYAIA BOYAH Tralles
I

KYA Cyrene 896. KYAA2 Cnossus II $19. KYAONHI Tarsus III 661. KYAAAN02 Chios III 319. KYMH Cyme III 179. 180. KYMH AIOAIC Cyme III 180.
468
.

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KYNNO(|>IA02 Clazomenae

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KAAYAIOnOYNTIHN Locris II 287. KAAYAI02 Stratoniceia III 381 KAAZOMENH Clazomenae III 230.
.

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140.
II

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469.

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Apameia

III

492.

KAE

Aenianes

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KAEO Amorium III 488. KAEAPX02 Magnesia III 265. KAENA Abdera II 124. KAEinnOI Thessaly II 235. KA€OBOYAOC APXHN Temenothyrae
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540. Velia
583.
I

I

194.

III

KAEHN

Thurium

189.

KAH Tarentum I 147. KAHTAIOC Aegium II
KAIflN Thebes
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430.

311.

KOINOBOVAION Anazarbus III 619. KOINON Cyrene III 899. 900. KOINON AYKAO BAPAT6CON Barata III 6i 4 a. KOINON KYTTPIflN Cyprus III 691-693. KOINHN 0E22AAHN Thessaly II 237. 238. KOINON <|>PYriAI AT7AMEI2 Apameia III 494.

— 88. — Arpi Cassander of Macedon — Corinth 392. — Demetrius of Macedon — Heracleia 153. — Masicytes 559. — Massilia In. — 166. — Metapontum 79. Neapolis Camp. — Neapolis Mac.
I

A Alexander

III

of Macedon

II

75

.

II

78.
II

II

I

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I

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I

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234.
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AA Aegae
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514.

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I

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64.

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567.
III

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III

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432.

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320.
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152.

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of
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71. 73. 77.

393

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.

II

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5

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II

278.
III

— Masicytes
III III

— Corinthian Colony
III
I

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II

71.

416.

— Tauromenium 368. — 503. 504 — Tegea 149. Thasos — On Persian ^ Coins 828. — Uncertain Island, north of Africa
I

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124

.

.

II

III

III

922.

— Mctapontum 166. — Myra 562. — Philip of Macedon 77. — Syracuse 362. — Tarentum 129. — Tlos and Cragus 567.
II
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560. 561.

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Athens

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II

341

Tripolis

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472.
III

III

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III

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III

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ME

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216.
352. 353.

III

560.

563.
565.

Pinara

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I

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I

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9 84

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-

MENEA Athens II 353 MENEKAH2 Stratoniceia III 380. MENEKPATHI Ephesus III 237. MENEKPATH2 APH02 Smyrna III 291 MENEKPATHZ EcfcAAIHN Smyrna III 290. MENEAAOC Stratoniceia III 380. MENE20H Hierapytna II 530. MENE20EY2 Chios III 319. MENinnOZ Ephesus III 237.
.

MOA02202 Thurium 185. MONHTA Alexandria III 875. M02 Soli III 649. M02KYA0Y Dyrrhachii II 244. M022EO Mosses of the Bisaltae II M02202 Miletus III 275. M02X Clazomenae III 226. M02KIA02 Apollonia 111. II 242. M02X02 Smyrna III 289. MOY Adana III 617.
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MYP6NA Myrina III 188. MY2 Halicarnassus III 370.
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270. 271. 272.

MH

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355. 22.

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III

377.
III

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III
II

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438.
III

726.

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III

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228.

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I

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78.

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I

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475.
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II
.

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III

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II
I

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Alexander

III

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II

69.

II

II

II

III

III), III

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I

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.

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I

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.

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III


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270.

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540.

520.

TOA Nagidus III 641. T0AMAI02 Aenianes TPH Corinth II 381.
TPI
Stratus
II

II

205. 206.

273.
II

TPIH

Corinth

382.
III

TPOKMHN

Tavium
740.

701

.

— Croton
— Stratus — Syria
TAAON

— Barce — Cassander902.Macedon of
III
I

T

Aesernia

I

50.

TPY
II

Syria

III

78.

TPH2TP Stratoniceia III TTT Argos II 473

380.

219.
I

Neapolis
II

79.

272.

TY Stymphalus II 501. TYXH TAPCOC MHT Tarsus TYNN Naxos II 566.

III

664.

III 721. 722. Phaestus II 542.
.

TAMIA2 ANTICTPA Cyrene III 901 TAMIAC HI 900-901. TAMIOY TAIOY TTOTTIAIOY Macedonia

Y Aspendus
II

III

573

.

94.

TAP Neapolis 73. 80. TAYPIAA Cnossus III 519. TE Rhodus III 414. TET Thyrrheium II 273.
I

YrEIACos 404. YAIH Himera 281.
III
I

211. 281. VVA YAAinn02Abydos III 131.
I

Himera

132.
III

YAAOC
of

Saitta III 454-

TEI2I Samothrace

II

143.
III

YTT€PNIKHC
Macedon
II

PHMAinN
4>

Carrhae

815

TEI2YA02 TEAEA2 Cnidus
TEAE<|>ANTO

Alexander
III

67.

366.
III
II

TEAE2l(|>PnN Cnidus

366.

Pharsalus

229.

TEPMH Termessus Major III 608.' TETPAXAAKON Chios III 321 TH Pharsalus II 229. THIAAH2 Clazomenae III 229. THIHN inNHN Teos III 309. 311. THAEMAX02 Erythrae III 256.
.

<|>

Alexander
Caulonia
I

III

of

Macedon

II

65

THMI

— Rhodus — Syracuse

Syria

— Massilia In. — Metapontum — Pella 98.
II

208.

I

166

.

III
I

410.
363.
.

Pharsalus

II

229.

III

731

-

989

11

— Tarentum
— Terina
Yelia
I

I

123. 125.

128.

<|>IA0Y Apollonia
<t>IAflN Corcyra

243.

— Thurium
I

238.
I

187. 190.

II

265.

Rhodus

III

416.
Erythrae
II

194. 196. 197.

4>IAnN

nP02nNT02
Corcyra

III

257.

<|>ArETA Sinopelll 30.

4>IAnNIOAA2
(j>IAOMHA€C0N
552.
II

265.

4>AIAIM02

Miletus
III

III

275.

€T7€VTVXO
II

Philomehum

II

(j>AINO Chios

321.

<1>AAAKP02 Apollonia
<j)AAAIKOY Phocis
II

242.

<J>lAflTA2 Apollonia

243.
.

293.
III

4>AM Hierapytna

II

530.

<j>ANArOPA2 Clazomenae 4>ANIA2 Eretria II 330.
<t>ANNO OEMII Erythrae <J>APOC Caunus III 361
.

228.

Corcyra II 265 4>IA<J>IA Cnidus III 566. <J>IP... Cnidus III 366.
I
.

III

255

<J>0 Syracuse 361 <J>OINII Blaundus III 430.

<J)PY Syracuse

I

339.
I

4>HIINOI

Chios
II

III

318.

— — — — — — — —

4>|

Actolia

277. Alexander III of Macedon
Bottiae Emathiae
II

(pPYriAA Syracuse 339. — y Medeon II 272. <|>
II

58.

4>flK€A Phocaea

III

284.

96.

Corey ra II 262. Croton 218.
1

y
127.

Histiaea

II

332.
II

Lacedaemon II 469. Tarentum 120. 126.
I

^APO
131. 138. 14
1.

Thebes

31

1

143.

146.

Thurium
Yelia
1

I

189.

195. 196. 198.
III

On

Double Daric
I

827.
III
1

— Neapolis 73 — Nola 82.
I
I

X

Histiaea

II

332.
.

(|>IA

Tarentum

129.


451.
.

Thracian Chersonesus
Yelia
I

II

131. 132.

4>IAAA€A<t>€ftN Philadelphia

194.
I

4>IAAA€A4>IA Philadelphia

III

4>IAETAIPOY Pergamum 4>lAlOC Z€VC Pergamum
<j)|AIP Syria
III
II

III
III

45 110-112. 118.

XAI Neapolis

80.
II

XAIPHN02

Apollonia
I

242.

XAIPI02 Cyrenelll

895.

(j>IAI2 Chalcis

73^. 324.
III
I

$IAIITHI Cos
<j>IAI2TI Terina
<t>l
I

395.

XAP Syracuse 363. XAPH2 Abydos III 132. XAPH2 B nAniA2 lEPAnOAITEION
lis III
I

Hierapo-

241.
360. 361.

516.

AI2T AO 2 Syracuse 4>IAI2TinN02 Yelia
II

I

194.

XAPINAVTHC Athens II 354. XAPINOC TPAMMATEYGON Pergamum

III

117.

<j>|AO Athens

355.

XAPMH2

<t>IAOAAM Cos III 396. <j>IAOIENIAOY Thessaly II 235. 145. 4>IAO K AH C Tarentum 4>IAOK PA Tarentum 139.
I

Erythrae Miletus

III

256.
275. 276.

III

I

III 369. XAPMY III 402. XAPMYA02 BCos XAPOniAH2 2H2TPATOY lEPAnOAITHN

Halicarnassus

Apollonia

II

242.

Hierapolis

III

516.

<J>IAOKPATH2 EYTTOAIA02

Erythrae

III

260.

XO

Elis

II

446.
Sardes
III

(J)IAOKPATOY2

Thessaly

II

236.

XPVCANTINAHierapolisand
b) Punic,

518. 519.

Cephaloedium Ebusus I 6.

I

272.

Gades
lliberis

I

7.
I

7,

990
Motya I 304-6. Panormus I 310-12,
Saetabi
I

Siculo-Punic
Solus
I

I

371-2,

323. 324.

7-8.

c) Latin.

AESILLASQII94.

ROMANOM
I

1

31I

ATEULA Remi

12.

SARD PATER

37<>-

C-ARB Brundisium 103. C.D Panormus I 314. COHOR PRAE PHIL Philippi D-D Panormus I 314.
G-

SC
VIC
11 45"

Paestum

I

179.

AVG VLATOS

Remi

Philippi II 45. I 12.

YOUANOM
1

Aesernia

I

51.

AQ

Venusia

I

100.
I

HISPANORVM
L.SEIO

Spain

8.

Latin Ethnics.

PROCOS
I

Panormus
I

314.

M.ATIVS BALBVS PR
Nil Venusia
P. AS
100.

376.

Aesernia
Cales
I

I

50-51

.

57-58.
I

VIR— III VIR
Sicilian

Paestum
II
I

1

178.

Larinum
Social

52-53
I

.

PROVINCIA DACIA

165.

War

54-55
I

.

Q Uncertain
QT. RE1

371
I

.

Suessa Aurunca
178.

85

1.

VIR Paestum

d) Oscan.

Aquilonia
Atella
I I

I

51

.

Hyria

I I

68-69.
87.
I

57.

Irnum
.

61-64. Cubulteria I 65

Capua

Nuceria Alfaterna
Social

83.
86,

War

I

54-55.
I

Fistelia

I

84.
I

Teanum Sidicinum
52.

Frentrum

e) Etruscan and Umbrian.

The following coins bear Etruscan inscriptions
Populonia
I

Volaterrae

I

23-24

20-22.

THE PHILOCTETES VASE.

SIR

HERMANN

WEBER'S

COLLECTION OF ANTIQUITIES
It

had been

Sir

Hermann Weber's

22 nd and 23 rd

with the Second Part of Volume III the Sale Catalogue of which were dispersed by Messrs Sotheby and Co, on the Antiquities, May 19 19. Unfortunately, these catalogues which had been left with the printers
intended to bind in
Vases,

have either been mislaid or destroyed. The collection consisted of Greek, Roman and Egyptian Antiquities, Terra-Cotta Figures, Glass, Ornaments in gold, silver, ivory, bronze, etc.
for safekeeping

Bronzes,

Among
Lot 23.

the most interesting items

we may mention
of

the following

:

of the (height 4! inches) seated ; the god wears the conventional skull-cap, and a scroll lies open on ancient Egyptians, his knees; his usekh or collar is inlaid in gold. This came from the Gr6au sale, Paris, 1885, lot 801; PI. XV, 2.

A

bronze

statuette

IMHOTEP,

the physician god

to

by i\ in. high, with a representation, according of the Marriage of Hercules. The phiale forms the subject of a paper Kliigmann, probably r by D F. Parkes Weber, F.S.A., in the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries (Feb. 14, 1895). Lot 73. Wrongly described in the catalogue as an Etruscan Bucchero-ware Phiale, is a " umbilical " black patera of Cales make. The design represents scenes from the Odyssey. Presented to the British Museum by D r F. Parkes Weber. " " Lot 74. Also wrongly described, is a black umbilical patera of Cales make, of a pattern " chariot of the gods ". representing the
Lot 55.
terra-cotta Phiale, 9! in. in diam.

A

Lot 84.
side,

A

Panathenaic Amphora,
(lot 145).

black figure

period, 15 in. high; with
sale
at

Athena on one
Sotheby's,

and diskobolos, athlete and judge with wand. From the Rhodus

4

th

December 1885
Lot 85.
Lot 92. " thos and

A A
is

Greek black-figure Kylix,

j\

in.

diam., representing a combat between Greek

warriors. Signed

ATKEZTO

" Philoctetes Lekythos with red-figure design. This vase is known as the Leky" II Mito di illustrated in L. A. Milani's Filottete", Florence, 1879, from which
on
special plate,
is

(backwards).

our

illustration,

taken.

The compiler of
in.

Sotheby's catalogue described the

scene as representing Oedipos in exile. Lot 174. Archaic statuette of the god Mars, 9!

high. This

was from A.

Castellani,

Roman
Lot

sale, 1884, p. 48, n° 289. 185. Bronze Figure of a fighting Gladiator;

5-

in.

high.

From

the Greau sale, p. 57,

n° 264 (vignette). Correct in the description of lot 218, same correction.

D

r

Pantaleoni

;

lot

219, Gr£au for Grean; lot 220,

Lot 221.

A

fine

Bronze Patera; from the H. Hoffmann
others,

sale, Paris,

1888

;

101407.

Collectors and

who own

the Sir

Hermann Weber

will be glad of the above F. Parkes Weber, F.S.A.

corrections

and annotations,

Sale Catalogue of Antiquities, r which we are indebted to for

D

NOTES AND RECTIFICATIONS
to Volume
Cf. also Errata,
I,

I.

p.

377,

II,

p.

579).

P. 41, n°

198.

Ariminum. The warrior
"oter"
and not
for

is

armed with
pi.

a short

sword and

a spear, the latter

being the sheath ofCarelli,
P. 46, last line,

xxiv,

1.

(S.W. Grose).
I

"other".
the spacing of the letters

P. 67, n° 314. Hyria.

From

should judge that 4

a plant or a

harpoon

as suggested

is a form for Y Imhoof and Sambon. McClean by

n° 219 has the form shaped i in the writing of the ethnic usually given as

AV\IAV.(S.W.G.).
P. 69, n" 321. Neapolis.

judge from the style of the obverse I should wish to assign this coin to Nola rather than to Neapolis. (S.W.G.). anepigraphic P. 72, n° 332. Neapolis. The proposed resolutions of the monogram do not take into account the small A at the foot of the first upright which is visible on the plate and

To

P. 73, n os 365, 367 a.

on other specimens. (S.W.G.). " Hemilitra " instead of Hemilitron as intended. P. 104, n° 502. Graxa. Another example of a countermarked quadrans of Graxa, to be added to the seven examples of this coin, which I was able to find when dealing with
Chron., 19 16, p. 203 seq. The weight of this specimen helps to confirm the views there expressed. (S.W. G.). " cockle-shell". Generations of numismatists have insisted on 104, n° 503 and pass., calling this shell by a wrong name. Jt is really the scallop-pecten, as added in brackthe coins of this mint in

Num.

P.

ets to n°*

P.

185, n° 880. (PI. 35).
cf.

649-50. (S.W.G.). Thurium. The monogram on this Thurian didrachm is simply "E; Jameson Cat., n° 365. There is another specimen from the same dies in

the Cabinet des Medailles, Paris, shewing distinctly the T.
P.

(M

.P. Vlasto).

185, n° 881.

Thurium. I have misrepresented Mr. E.J. Seltman in stating that he supported M. Sambon's theory about <(> and Phrygillos (vi^. the bird). "Prof.
Regling accepted
'

it

(Terina,

p.

Zweifel

(Terina,
said

What

I

was

41), i.e. I that the 4>PY (not the
p.

the contrary 44). did not feel sure that

On

'

I
it

expressed

bedingte

mere

<t>)

was an engraver's (j). confirmed M. Sambon's

idea". (E.J. S.). P. 190, n° 909. Copia. The obverse type reproduced on the plate In fact, it is the coin figured on PI. 23, n° 507. P. 192, n° 917. Velia. Delete the comma after above.

is

certainly of a coin of Orra.

P. 212, n° 1009. Croton in alliance with Zancle. The letters are PA and not DAP. 212, n° 1012. P occurs with the radiating lines on the reverse of a McClean coin of Croton,

combined with an obverse bearing

a cantharus for

symbol. (S.W.G.).


P.

994

250, n°

1

196. Agrigentum. Compare with this coin of Agrigentum signed MYP one of quite similar style with the fly for symbol on the obverse, which will be found in the McClean collection, n° 2042. (S. W.G.).

P. 266, n°
P.

1270. Line 7. "vreath" for "wreath". n° 1451. Motya. Formerly attributed to Segesta; suggests the probability of a close 304, connection between the two mints. For while the ivy-leaf behind the female head on this coin occurs on coins certainly of Motya (e.g. McClean 2460)

the head

itself is

closer in style to an

undoubted coin of Segesta (McClean

2552), where it is combined with the obverse type of the Weber coin, a hound standing on a stag's head and above it a small head, r. This symbol also occurs on coins of Segesta with the ordinary type of the prowling hound.
P.

310, n° 1476. (PL 56).

(S.W.G.). Panormus? The exergue of

this coin

does not bear an inscription

Y^TIY* as described, but really shows a swan with spread wings. This coin is from the same dies as Benson sale Catalogue, n° 250. E.J. Seltman's attribution of the coin to Camarina is correct. (M.P.Vlasto).
P. 345, n° 1623, line 3. Quaters' instead of 'quarters'. P. 348, n° 1639. Syracuse. The legend should be [IEY]2EAEY0EPI[02].
'

ERRATA

Vol.

III.

A.
Page 30, n° 4820. Thel^. of
66, line
3.

this coin

is

shown upside down on

Plate 17$.

No comma

after Berlin.

92, n° 5068. The head is possibly that of Caracalla or Elagabalus. 96, n° 5090. This Tetrobol is probably iMacedonian. 96, line before last. Read but, instead of bust.
142, n° 5320. This Drachm belongs to Assos in Mysia. os 5321-22. These are numbered wrongly on Plate 193; the obv. of one 142, n with the rev. of the other, and vice-versa.

is

mounted

149, n°

5369.

The

obv. illustrated under this

number on
.

Plate

194 belongs to n° 5376.

Correct in the note anderior under, 213, line 16. Horseman instead of horsemann 226, n° 5766. This coin should be transferred from Clazomenae to Leuce,
239, 239, n° 5856. Illustrated on Plate 206 under n° 5857. 240, n° 5857. Illustrated on Plate 206 under n° 5856. 262, n° 5981. fyL Sphinx instead of spinx
.

in

Ionia.

n° 5851.

The

rev.

is

shown upside down on

Plate 206.

266, n° 5999. This coin belongs to Priene and should have been described after n° 6108. 289, n° 6122 and 6123 are interchanged on Plate 215.
314, n° 6243. This coin is no longer given to Chios; possibly Carian 322, n° 6280 (description) is 6281 (on Plate). N° 6281 is 6282 on Plate; and n° 6282
.

is

6280 on Plate. n° 6402, struck under Tiberius, as n° 6406. 350, 352. Fifth line from bottom of page two instead of teno. 359, n° 6446A belongs to Caryanda, and not Carystus. os 361, n 6353-6354 possibly belong to Caunus.
:

os 373, n 65 18-65 19 might belong to the island of Syros. n° 6545. Hadrian JE, attribution to Myndus doubtful 378, 398, n° 6642 belongs to Pergamum .

.

405, n° 6691 belongs to Lucius Verus and not Antoninus Pius. 452. Third line from bottom, no comma at the end.
457. Eleventh line from top, omit 2 after

ANT.
125

996

B.
of Aemoneia. Page 495. Third line from bottom read Acmoneia instead n° 7136 described under Caracalla is one of the early autonomous coins. 522, to the period from Claudius Gothicusto 536, n° 7181 is late in date and should be placed
Gallienus.

555, n° 7251 of uncertain attribution. 564, n° 7292 should be placed amongst thelncerta. 573, n° 7318 second line, read countermarks.

607

line eight

from top to read about

.

637 line three, read Mopsos or Mopsus for Mopsas. 653, n° 7617. Rev. interchanged on PI. 275 with n° 7624. 653, n° 7620. Obv. and l^L transposed on PI. 275.
654, n° 7624. Rev. interchanged with n° 7617 on PI. 275. 698, n° 7767. This coin does not belong to Amyntas of Galatia, but
is

either Syrian or

Scythian 722, n° 7838. Misnumbered 7828 on
.

PI.

285. This coin should be n° 7835
.

.

782, n° 8059. Probably Cilician and not Phoenician os 801, n 8125-8127 belong to the First Revolt and not to

Simon Maccabaeus.
is

823, n° 8169.

The

coin

illustrated

under

this

number

not that described, which

is

xxiv, 24. correctly 892, n° 8424. Reverse inverted on Plate 3.12. 892, n° 8426. This coin belongs to Barca (PL 312). 895, n° 8439. This coin belongs to Magas (B.C. 308-277).

B.M.C., PL

896, n° 8445. This coin belongs to Magas (B.C. 308-277).

900, n° 8467. Rev. placed sideways on Plate 314. 900, n° 8469. Rev. placed sideways on Plate 314.
os 901, n 8471 and 8472, illustrated on Plate 314 belong to Caesarea Capp. 903, n° 8480. Belongs to Cyrene. 911, n° 8484. Belongs to Segesta
.

912, n° 8495. The ^6 of this coin is numbered 8492 on Plate 315. 925, n° 8536. Belongs to the Hispano-Carthaginian series. 941, n° 8567. Belongs to the Thracian Chersonese.

943, n° 8577A. Probably Ionian. 945, n° 8591. Belongs probably to the Islands of the Coast of Asia Minor. 945, n° 8593. This coin is given to Seleucuslin Brit. Mus. Catalogue.

PROTAT BROTHERS, PRINTERS, MACON (FRANCE).

— MCMXXIX

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