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DESCRIPTI VE CATALOGUE 

OF 

THE COLLECTION OF GREEK COINS 

FORMED BY 
SIR HERMANN WEBER M. D. 

I823"19l8 



PROTAT BROTHERS, PRINTERS, MACON (FRANCE) 



THE 



WEBER COLLECTION 



VOLUME III 
PART II 

GREEK COINS 

ASIA 

PHRYGIA — LYCIA — PAMPHYLIA — P1SIDIA 

CILICIA — CYPRUS GALATIA — CAPPAD0C1A — SYRIA 

PHOENICIA — PALESTINE — ARABIA — MESOPOTAMIA 

PERSIA - PERSIS — CHARACEKE — BACTRIA 

AFRICA 

EGYPT — CYRENAICA — LIBYA — ZEUGITANA 

ISLANDS BETWEEN AFRICA AND SICILY NUMIDIA 

MAURETANIA INCERTA 

BY 
L. FORRER 



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SPINK & SON Limited 

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PART. II 






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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 la Collection Waddington, 1897. 

Radet, G., En Phrygie, 1893. 

Ramsay, W.M., Cities and Bishoprics of Phrygia, 1895, 1897. 

Imhoof-Blumer, D r F., Kleinasiatische Mun^en, 1902. 

Imhoof-Blumer, Znr griechischen und romischen Mun^kunde, 1908. 



- 478 



PHRYGIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION' 








PHRYGIA 








Abbaetae-Mysi. 








This M\sian people occupied a district in western Phrygia of which 








Ancyra ami Synaiis were the chief cities (H.N., p. 663). 








Second Century (Circ. B.C. 190-133). 


6968 

PI. 247 


Il8 


JE 20 


Head of Zeus to r., laureate. 

W. MYinN . Winged thunderbolt; beneath, M* : the whole 
^ ABBAITHN 


7.64 








in oak- wreath. 

(Webster sale, 1886.) 
B. M. Cat., Phrygia, p. 1, n° 4. 








Mionnet, S. VI, p. 434, n° 1. 








Accilaeum. 








On the Tembris or Tembros in Phrygia Epictetus (H.N., p. 663). 








Gordianus III Pius. 


6969 

PI. 247 


106 


JE 24 


AVT KMA NTHrOPAIA- • • Bust of Gordian to r., laureate, wear- 
ing cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 


6.86 








fyL AKKIAA6HN. Nike, poised to 1., r. foot on globe, and holding 








wreath and palm : border of dots . 

r (Dr Imhoof, 1 89 1.) 
B. M.Cat., p. 3, n° 3 (PI. 11, 4). 
Borrell, Num. Chivu., VIII, 14. 








Acmoneia. 








On a tributary of the river Sindrus ; about six miles west of Diocleia 








(H.N., p. 663). 

First Century B.C. 


6970 

PI. 247 


65 


Ml6 


Head of Zeus to r., wearing oak-wreath. 


4.21 



479 



PHRYGIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








fy. [AKjMONEHN (to r.) 








ril __ J- (to 1.). Asklepios standing to front, wearing 
1 IJcrUKAc 








himation over lower limbs and 1 . shoulder, and resting with 1 . 

on serpent-staff. 

(W. H. Waddington, 1899.) 
B.M. Cat., Phrygia, p. 4, n° 3 (PI. 11, 5). 


6971 
PI. 247 


64 


JEiS 


Similar. 

AKMONEn[N] 


4.14 








fy. 6EOAOTO[I . Similar. 








IEPOKAE 








(W. T. Ready, 1904.) 


6972 


56 


JE 18 


Similar. 


3.62 








»• [T,]MO0EO • Simil "' 








(Sotheby sale, June, 1887.) 








Cf. Mionnet, IV, p. 197, n° 9. 








B. M. Cat., p. 5, n° 11. 


6973 
PI. 247 


66 


JE 17 


Similar. 


4.27 








AKMON 








fy. MHNOAO. Similar. 








ZIAAON 








(Bompois sale, 1882.) 








B. M. Cat., p. 6, n° 16. 








Mionnet, IV, p. 196, 8. 


6974 
PI. 247 


62 


M 17 


Head of Kybele or City to r., turretedand veiled. 


4.01 








T$L. AKMO Artemis, in long chiton, advancing to r., holding 
^ TIM06 & 








in 1. strung bow, and with r. drawing arrow from quiver at her 








shoulder ; beside her, stag to r. 








(D. Stilianopoulos, Smyrna, 1902.) 








B. M. Cat., p. 5, no 13 (PI. 11, 7). 








Imperial. 
Nero. 


6975 
PI. 247 


62 


JE 17 


AVTOKPATHP NEPfiN KAAYAIOI KAIIAP 2EBAIT02 TEP- 

MANI KOI. Bust of Nero to r., draped ; head bare : border of 


4.01 








dots. 



— 480 — 



PHRYGIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








w EniAEYKlOY IEP OYHNIO YKATTITnNOI 7 
*" AKMONEON ' ^ us 














enthroned to 1., holding phiale and resting on sceptre; in field 








to 1., owl and crescent : border of dots. 








(Alex. Grant sale, 1890.) 
B. M.Cat., p. 9, ru> 37 (PI. in, 3). 
Mionnet, S. VII, p. 484, n° 12. 


6976 
PI . 247 


62 


JE 17 


NEPON KAIIAP IEBAIT02. Head of Nero to r., laureate ; in field 
to 1., caduceus; to r., crescent : border of dots. 


4.OI 








fyL. ^ in field 1.; 1. AKMONEHN ; around, 2EPOYHNIOY 








KAniTflN02KAI IOYAIAI IEOYHPAI. Zeus enthroned to 1., 








as on last coin ; to 1., owl : border of dots. 








(Macridi Pacha, 1892.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 10, n° 41. 


6977 
PI. 247 


59 


JE 18 


Similar; in front of head of Nero, countermark : Asklepios stand- 
ing to r. holding serpent-staff : border of dots. 


3.82 








1^,. Similar ; legends incomplete. 

(Alex. Grant sale, 1890.) 


m 






Marcus Aurelius. 


6978 
PI . 247 


90 


iE 19 


AVKAIANTHNSINOC C€. Bust of M. Aurelius to r., laureate, 
and draped : border of dots. 


5.83 








I£. €ni TYNAIANOY AKMONEDN. Asklepios standing to front, 








head to 1., resting with 1. on serpent-staff : border of dots. 








(W. T. Ready, 190s.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 13, no 61 (PI. in, 8). 


6979 
PI. 247 


65 


iE 18 


AVKAIANTONINOC. Similar. 

I£. €n TYNAIANOY AKMONEHN. Similar. 


4.21 








(Simpson sale, Edinburgh, 1887.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 13, n° 61. 



— 481 — 



PHRYGIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Septimius Severus. 


6980 

PI. 247 


220 


B 30 


AYTKA.C6TT C€OYHPOC TT€P AYI". Head of Septim. Severus 
to r., laureate : border of dots. 


14.25 








fy. €TTI 4>A-nP€ICK0Y N€ TP-YOYACIAPX, and in ex., 








. Emperor on horseback galloping to r., whip in r. 








hand, towards mountain (Dindymos ?) on which stand two drap- 








ed female figures (Nemeses). Beneath horse, at foot of mountain, 








reclining figure of River-god (Maeander ?) to 1. ; above group, 








eagle flying to r. : plain border . 

(D. Stilianopoulos, 1896.) 








Imhoof, Monn. Gr., p. 392, n° 50 (PI, G, n° 24). 








Cf. Mionnet IV, p. 201, n° 31. 








Cf. Num. Chron., 1866, p. 126, n° 1. 








Severus Alexander. 


6^81 

PI. 248 


198 


JE 29 


. . KMAVP AA€ZANA • • Bust of Severus Alexander to r., laureate, 
wearing cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 


12.83 








J$L. AKMO l€HN. Zeus enthroned to front, holding thunderbolt 








and sceptre ; beneath him crouch two giants with snaky tails, face 








to face : border of dots . 

(Macridi Pacha, 1892.) 








B.M.Cat., p. 17, no 81 (PI. iv, 2). 








Babelon, Inv. Waddington, p. 325, n° 5515. 








Julia Mamaea. 


6982 
PI. 248 


131 


JE 24 


IOYAIA MAM6AC Bust of Julia Mamaea to r. : border of dots. 
T$L. AKM0N6HN. Kybele enthroned to 1., wearing polos, holding 


8.48 








in extended r. phiale over lion with head turned upwards, and 








resting with 1. on tympanum : border of dots . 








(A.O. van Lennep, 1893.) 








B.M.Cat., p. 18, n°87. 








Bab. Inv. fVadd., p. 326, n° 5519. 



— 482 



PHRYGIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



6983 
PI. 248 



6984 
PI. 248 



6985 
PI. 248 



6986 
PI. 248 



91 
5.89 



JE 26 



239 
15.48 



JE 30 



96 
6.22 



JE 19 



105 
6.80 



JE21 



Gordianus Pius. 

AVT K MAN TOPAIANOC. Bust of Gordian to r., laureate, wear- 
ing cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 

tyL. AKMON6HN. Hermes standing to front, head 1., wearing peta- 

sos, holding in r. purse over ram r. with head turned back, and 

in 1. caduceus : border of dots. 

(F. R. Wiedemann, Smyrna, 1892.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 20, n° 100. 
Mionnet, IV, p. 203, n° 46. 

Gallienus. 

AYT K HOY AIKTAAAIHNOC. Bust of Gallienus to r., laureate, 
wearing cuirass and paludamentum : border ot dots. 

fyi. AKM O N€DN. The two Kabeiri standing face to face, holding 
one another's hand and resting with the other on spear : border 

of dots. 

(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 . 

Young male bust to r., in triple-crested helmet, with cheek-piece 
lowered . 

tyL. Free horse walking to r. ; above, pileus of Kabeiros surmount- 
ed bv star; in field 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. 

Similar, draped ; behind, MO : border of dots. 

fyL. EPIKTHT (to r.). Free horse to r. ; above, pileus ; palm across 

shoulder; behind, TAIOY. 

(Arslano«lou, Smyrna, 1891.) 

Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 201, n° 9 (PI. xxvi, 4). 



- 483 



61 



PHRYGIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



6987 
PI. 248 



6988 
jjPl. 248 



6989 



699O 
PI. 248 



699I 
PI. 248 



40 



2.59 



49 



3.17 



50 



3.24 



196 



12.70 



196 



12.70 



IE 17 



IE 17 



IE 17 



iE28 



IE 28 



Imperial Times. 
Marcus Aurelius — Gallienus. 

AHMOC. Head of bearded Demos to r. : border of dots. 

J$L. AIZAN6 ITON. Hygieia, in long chiton and peplos, standing 
to r. and feeding serpent from phiale : border of dots. 

(Bompois sale, 1882.) 
Cf.B.M.Cat., p. 25, n° 19. 

Head of Sarapis to r., wearing modius : border of dots. 

T$L. AIZAN6I TON. Eagle to I., looking r., wings open : border 

of dots . 

(Bompois sale, 1882.) 
Cf.B.M.Cat., p. 26, n° 27. 
Mionuet, IV, p. 205, no 57. 

Similar. 
1$L. Similar. 



B.M.Cat., p. 26, no 25, 
Time of Gallienus. 



(W. T. Ready, 1905.) 



[AHMOC] AIZAN6ITHN. Head of young Demos to r., diademed : 
border of dots. 

^L. 6HI AYPZHN00NOCAP. 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 . 

(Dr F. Imhoof, 1884.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 27, no 32. 

I€PA CYNKAHTCDC- Young male head of the Senate to r., should- 
ers draped : border of dots . 

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

(Bompois sale, 1882 ; lot 1678.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 29, no 41 (PI. v, 7). 
Mionnet, IV, p. 206, n° 69. 



— 484 — 



PHRYGIA 



- 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


6992 


127 


.£26 


Similar . 

tyL. AIZAN6ITHN. Hekate with three heads and six arms, holding 


8.23 








torches and serpents : border of dots. 

(Sotheby sale, June, 1887.) 
Mionnet, IV, p. 206, n°68. 








Imperial Coinage. 








Augustus. 


6993 
PI. 248 


78 


JE 30 


IEBAZTOI. Head of Augustus tor., bare. 

^ AIZANITHN (1.) 

EniMENANAPOY (j-> indistinct). Zeus of Aezanis standing 


5.05 














to 1., naked to waist, holding eagle on extended r. and resting 








with 1. on sceptre : border of dots. 

(Alex. Grant sale, 1890.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 30, no 50 (PI. v, 8). 


6994 


87 


JE 20 


Similar. 

^ ..MENANAPOY Q . ., 

*" AIZANITHN ' S,milar - 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 
Mionnet, IV, p. 207, n« 77. 


5.63 








Caligula. 


6995 
PI. 248 


69 


JE 20 


r KAI C€B TEPMANIKOC. Bust of Caligula tor., laureate, wearing 
cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 


4-47 








AIZANITHN (1.) 








(|>ANH[4>OPOY] 

(Alex. Grant sale, 1890.) 

B.M.Cat., p. 33, n° 70. 








Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 491, n° 47. 


6996 
PI. 248 


78 


JE 19 


TAIOC KAICAP. Head of Caligula to r., laureate : border of dots. 
AlZANITHNEni 


5.05 








T$L. AOAAIOY . Zeus of Aezanis, as above. 








[K]AACCIKO[Y] 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 

B.M.Cat., p. 32, n° 63. 








Mionnet, IV, p. 208, n° 32. 



48: 



PHRYGIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



Germanicus and Agrippina. 
T6PMANIKOC. Head of Germanicus to r., laureate : border of 



6997 
PI. 248 



60 



JE 16 



6998 
PI. 248 



49 
3.17 



JE 17 



6999 



55 

3.56 



JE 17 



7000 
Pi. 248 



63 
4.08 



JE 20 



7001 
Pi. 248 



62 
4.01 



JE 22 



dots. 

fy. ArPinniNA €ni KAACCIKOY AlZANITflN. Bust of Agrippina 
to r., draped : border of dots. 



Mionnet, IV, p. 208, n° 80. 



(Al. Grant sale, 1890.) 



r€PMANIKOC €TTI KAACCIKOY. Head of Germanicus to r., 
radiate : border of dots. 

fy. [ArPirriNA] AlZANITflN. Bust of Agrippina to r., draped : 

border of dots . 

(Al. Grant sale, 1890.) 
Mionnet, S. VII, p. 490,^44. 

TEP[MAN] (to r.) 
IKOZ (to 1.). Bust of Germanicus to r., laureate : border of 
dots. 

^£. ArPinniNA€ni KAACCIKOV- Bust of Agrippina tor. : 
border of dots . 
N° 6998 is repeated on the plate as n° 6999. 



Cf. Mionnet, IV, p. 208, n° 80. 
Babelon, Inv. Wadding ton, n° 5 5 54. 



(Smyrna, 189 1.) 



TEPMANIKOI. Similar. 

V,L. ArPinniNA AIZANITCON Eni MHAHOY. Bust of Agrippina to 

r. : border of dots. 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 
Cf.B.M.Cat., p. 31, n° 60. 
Mionnet, S. VII, p. 490, n° 42 . 

Claudius. 

KAAYAIOI KAIIAP. Head of Claudius to r., laureate : border of 
dots. 

AIZANI [TOON] 
fy. [Eni]nPG)TOMAXOY . Zeusof Aezanistol., as on n° 6993. 

CGOKPATOY 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 
Mionnet, IV, p. 210, n° 94. 



486 — 



PHRYGIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7002 
PI. 249 

WO 



73 
4-73 



JE 20 






7003 
Pi. 249 



45 
2.91 



JE 16 



7004 
Pi . 249 



7005 
PI. 249 



45 
2.91 



58 
3-75 



M 17 



JE 19 



7006 
Pi. 249 



65 

4.21 



JEiS 



Similar 



^ 



. Similar. 



AIZANITOON 

EM 
MHNOrENOY 

TOYNANNA 

(J. Arnopoulo, Smyrna, 1899.) 

B.M.Cat., p. 34, n° 78. 
Babelon, Inv. Wadd.,p. 328, n° 5567. 

Agrippina Junior. 

ArPinniNAN C6BACTHN. Bust of Agrippina Junior to r. : border 
of dots . 

fy,. AIZA NITHN. Bust of Agrippina Senior (?) as Persephone to 

r., wearing stephane : border of dots. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1893.) 
Cf.B.M.Cat., p. 35, n° 91. 
Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 494, n<> 72. 

Similar. 

J$L. Similar; in front of head, ear ot corn 



(Macridi Pacha, 1893.) 



Sabina . 
CAB€INA C6BACTH. Bust of Sabina to r. 



I£. €niMATMHTPOr€NOV CAIZAN6ITHN. Asklepios standing 

to front, head I., holding in r. serpent-staff : border of dots. 

(Bompois sale, 1882.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 37, no 102. 
Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 496, n° 79. 

Commodus. 

AV KAI KOMOAOC. Head of Commodus to r., laureate : border 
of dots . 

^6. AIZAN€ ITHN. Cultus-statue of Artemis-Ephesia to front, bet- 
ween crescent and star : border of dots . 

(Osman Noury Bey, 1904.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 40, n» 125. 
Mionnet, IV, p. 213, n° 116. 



- 487 - 



PHRYGIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Alia. 








Near the modern Islam-Keui, on the upper Sindrus between Acmo- 
neia and Siocharax (H.N., p. 664). 








Imperial Coinage. 








Gordianus Pius. 


7007 
PI. 249 


90 


JE 23 


AYT KMA NT TOPAAIANOC. Bust of Gordian tor., laureate, 
wearing cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 


5.83 








f$L. AAIHNHN. Dionysos, naked, but for himation across his lower 
limbs and 1. arm, holding in r. kantharos over panther at his 
feet, and resting with 1. on thyrsos : border of dots. 








(F.R.Wiedemann, Smyrna, 1893.) 
B.M.Cat.,p. 46, no 12 (PI. vi, 8). 
Mionnet, IV, p. 216, n° 132. 








Amorium. 








An important town in far eastern Phrygia(H .N. y p. 665). 
After 133 B.C. 


7008 
PI. 249 


156.5 


JE 21 


Head of Zeus tor., wearing oak- wreath. 

T$L. AMO[PIA]NHN. Eagle standing to r. on thunderbolt, with cadu- 
ceuson 1. wing; in field, r. ? KAEA,,1, 1W. 


10. 14 








(F.R.Wiedemann, Smyrna, 1891.) 
Cf. Imhoof, Monn. Gr., p. 392, n° 54. 
Cf.B.M.Cat., p. 47, n° 2. 
Cf.Imhoof, K.M., p. 197, no 8. 


7009 
PI. 249 


112 


JE 19 


Similar. 

1$L. Similar type ; legend in ex. cut off; to 1. of eagle, A/P ; to r. A# 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 


7.25 






■ 


7010 
PI. 249 


65 


JE 15 


Female head to r., turreted (Kybele ?) : border of dots. 

fyL. Lion running to r.; above, ; below, caduceus. 

(D r Earinos, Smyrna, 1891.) 
Imhoof, Gr. Mun^en, p. 728, no 646 (PI. xn, 2). 


4.21 



— 488 — 



PHRYGIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Imperial Times. 








Marcus Aurelius — Geta or later. 


701 1 

PI. 249 


Il6 


IE 23 


0€ AP flMH. Bust of Roma helmeted to r., with r. breast bare 
and part of 1. arm : border of dots. 


7-5i 








fyL. AMOPI ANON. Two right hands clasped : border of dots. 








(Constantinople, 1897.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 49, n° 17. 
Imhoof, Choix, PI. v, 186. 


7012 
PI. 249 


62. 5 


JE 20 


AHMOC. Head of young Demos to r., laureate : border of dots. 
F$£. AMOPIANON. Apollo, naked, standing, facing, headtol., hold- 


4.05 








ing lyre in 1. and plectrum in r. : border of dots. 








(Macridi Pacha, 1897.) 








Imperial Coinage. 








Caligula. 


7013 

PI. 249 


85 


JE 20 


TAIOC KAIC[AP]. Head of Caligula to r.. bare : border of dots. 
E£. €niCIAOV A/OVKIOVCTO VOYiy A/ICON. Eagle to r., wings 


5-37 








closed, standing on shin-bone with hoof; in field r., AA : border 








of dots. 








(Magnesia in Lydia, 1891.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. si, n° 26. 








Vespasian. 


7OI4 

PI. 249 


no 


JE 22 


OYEinAIIANOZ KAI2AP M 3 . Bust of Vespasian to r., laureate : 
border of dots. 


7. 12 








fyL. EniAOYI tAMlOY 2IA0YA HOY. Temple front of four 








columns, within which, flaming altar : border of dots. 








(W. T. Ready, 1899.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 52, n° 32. 








Babelon, Inv. Wadd., p. 33 r, n° 5611 (PI. xv, 9). 



- 489 - 



PHRYGIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7015 
PI. 249 



70l6 
PI. 249 



7017 
PI. 249 



285 
18.46 



^33 



125 
8.10 



JE 25 



86 
5-57 



iE 22 



Caracalla. 

AYTK-MAYPCCOYHANTflNINOCAV. Bust of Caracalla tor., 
laureate, in cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 

T$L. AMOPIA N HN. Herakles, naked, bearded, standing to front 

towards r., resting with r. on club, and holding out with 1., 

over which hangs lion-skin, a phiale to a serpent twined round 

the fruit-tree of the Hesperides : border of dots. 

(Macridi Pacha, Constantinople, 1892.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 55, n° 45 (PI. vm,4). 
Babelon, Inv. IVaddington, p. 331, n° 5620. 



Geta. 



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

J$L. AMOPIA NHN. Zeus, naked to waist, wearing himation over 
lower limbs, enthroned to 1., holding in r. thunderbolt, and rest- 
ing with 1. on sceptre : border of dots. 

(D r Earinos, Smyrna, 1891.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 56, n° S3. : 

Mionnet, IV, p. 218, n° 142. 

Ancyra 

The chief-city of the district Abbditis in western 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 of the Flavians . 

I6PA CYN KAHTOC. Young male bust of the Senate to r., should- 
ers draped : border of dots. 

AN 
^6. KYPA within laurel-wreath : border of dots . 

NHN 

(Alex. Grant sale, 1890.) 
Mionnet IV, p. 219, no 146. 



— 490 — 



PHRYGIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Time of Sept. Severus and family. 


7018 
PI. 249 


58 


JE 17 


06A PHMH. Bust of Roma to r., wearing polos, shoulders draped : 
border of dots. 


3-75 








T$L. ANKV PANHN. Dionysos, naked to waist, himation over lower 








limbs, standing to front, head to 1., holding in r. kantharos, and 








resting with 1. on thyrsos : border of dots. 

(Booker, 1885.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 60, n° 17. 








Mionnet, IV, p. 219, n° 149. 








Imperial Coinage. 








Nero. 


7019 

PI. 249 


64 


JE 19 


AI"KYPANON N€P- • • Head of youthful Nero to r., baie. 

fy. €TTI KAAYAIOY APT6MIAOPOY l€P€nC. Zeus, naked, stand- 


4.14 








ing to 1., holding in r. anchor, and resting with 1. on long 

sceptre : border of dots. 

(Smyrna, 1891.J 
Mionnet, IV, p. 220, n° 152. 

Sabina. 


7020 


72 


JE 19 


GAB6INA C€BACTH. Bust of Sabina to r. 

1$L. ANKVP ANflN. Cultus-statue of Artemis-Ephesia to front, 


4.66 








flanked by two stags : border of dots. 

> (Smyrna, 1891.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 62,11° 24. 








Mionnet, IV, p. 221, n° 159. 








Faustina Junior. 


7021 

PI. 249 


69 


JE 19 


4>AVCTINAC€ BACTH- Bust of Faustina Junior to r., hair bound 
with string of pearls : border of dots. 


4-47 








1^,. ANKV PANHN. Cultus-statue of Artemis-Ephesia to front, flank- 








ed by two stags : border of dots. 

(D r Earinos, Smyrna, 1891.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 64, n° 33. 








.; • Mionnet, IV, p. 223, n° 167. 



— 49' — 



62 



PHRYGIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


1 

DESCRIPTION 


7022 


47 


JEiS 


■ 

Similar. 

tyL. Similar. 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 


3.04 








Septimius Severus. 


7023 
PI. 249 


276 


JE 31 


AVT KAI [AOV ?] CCTTTI C€OVHPOC n€[P]. Bust of Septimius 
Severus to r., laureate, wearing cuirass and paludamentum : bord- 


17.88 








er of dots. 








fy. €n T AVP(1.) MOA€ (above) CTOV APX ArKV (r.) PANflN 
(in ex.). Zeus, naked, standing to 1. resting with !. on sceptre ; 








in front of him, city-goddess (or Hera), turreted, holding pome- 
granate in uplifted 1. and resting with r. on sceptre ; between 








the two figures, eagle flapping its wings : border of dots . 

(Sim sale, 1890.) 
Imhoof, Kleinasiatischt Muu^en, p. 204, n° 6 (this coin). 

Apameia. 

Founded by Antiochus I (Soter) and named after his mother, Apama. 
Situate near the sources of the Maeander, and its tributary mountain 
torrents, Marsyas, Orgas and Therma. (//.AT., p. 666.) 

Ore. B. C 133-48. 


7024 
PI. 249 


152 


JE 22 


Bust of Athene to r., wearing aegis and crested Corinthian helmet, 
with running griffin beneath crest. 


9.85 








1$L. AfTAMEON (above). Eagle flying tor. over Maeander symbol; 








above, star, and on either side, pileus of Dioskuros surmounted 








.... ANAPONIKOfI] 

by star; beneath, AAK | Y 

(A.O.van Lennep, Smyrna, 1891.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 76, no 38. 


7025 
PI. 250 


99 


JE 24 


Similar; small countermark on cheek. 

J$L. Similar; but beneath Maeander symbol, KHKOY. 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 
Mionnet, IV, p. 229, n° 214. 


6.41 








B.M.Cat., p. 83, no 78 (PI. x, 5). 











492 



PHRYGIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


. . • DESCRIPTION 


7026 
PI. 250 


136 


JE2I 


Head of Zeus to r., wearing oak-wreath. 

fyl. AHAME (r.) Cultus-statue of Artemis-Anaitis wearing long 


8.81 


: ' 






1 1 1 u 1 1.1 ANAPONI 
chiton, kalathos, and veil; to 1. . „■/% • 

A A l\ 1 Cy 


' 






(Apameia, 1891.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 76, n° 41. 








Mionnet, IV, p. 227, n° 196. 


7027 
;P1. 250 


124 


JE 19 


Similar. 

fyL. Similar; magistrates' name, _,..., . 

Bl AN 


8.03 








(Smvrna, 1891.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 80, n° 61. 


7028 

PI. 2SO 


87 


JE 21 


Similar. 

d, c 1 ■ ♦ . ' HPAKAE 
TjL. Similar; magistrates name, _ r ._ • 

ElAO 


5.63 








(A.O. van Lennep, Smyrna, 1891.) 








B.M.Cat., p. 81, n° 67. 








Mionnet, S. VII, p. 508, no 127. 


7029 


82 


JE 19 


Similar. 

T$L. Similar type; AnAME (to r. of figure); to 1. . . -MO- • 


8.31 








(Apameia, 1891.) 


7030 


79 


JE 15 


Bust of Artemis, turreted, to r. : border of dots. 


PI. 250 


5.12 




tyL. AI1AME (r.). Marsyas, naked, advancing to r., playing double 
flute, his nebris tied about his neck, and flying behind him ; 








beneath, Maeander symbol; to 1. „,..._ . 
J KH<plI 

(A.O. van Lennep, 1892.) 
r B.M.Cat., p. 77, no 47. 














Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 509, n° 143. 








Quasi-Autonomous Coins. 
Sept. Sever us — Alexander Sever us . 


7031 

PI. 250 


38 


JE 14 


Z€VCK€ A€N€VC. Head of Zeus Kelaineus to r. : border of dots. 
V)L. An AM €HN. Eagle to front, head to r., wings open : border 


2.46 








of dots. 

(D r Imhoof, 1899.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 88, n° 114 (PI. xi, 2). 








Imhoof, Gr. Mfmqen, p. 729, n° 651 a. 



493 



PHRYGIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Philip to Valerian and Gallienus (?) 


7032 
PI. 250 


214 


JE 32 


I€PA CVNKAHTOC. Young male bust of the Senate to r., drap- 
ed : border of dots. 


13.86 








I£. riAPAINOV AnOAINAPlOV ATTAM6HN. Dionysos, naked, 








standing to 1., pouring out from kantharos in extended r. and 








holding thyrsos in 1. ; at his feet, panther to 1. : border of dots. 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 

Imperial Coinage. 








Augustus. 


7033 


95 


JE 19 


ZEBAZTOZ. Head of Augustus to r., laureate. 

TAIOZ [KAIZAP] 

ty~ • r i , il I ^A 2 il NI (indistinct). Caius Caesar (?) ascharioteer, 
^ OZPOY<|>OZ v ' v ' 


6.15 








APAM6HN 

in quadriga of four standing horses to front; above, Nike crown- 


, 






ing charioteer. 

(Spink, 1889.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 9}, no 159 (PI. xi, 6). 
Babelon, Inv. Wadd., p.}}6, no 5701. 








Vespasian. 


7034 
PI. 250 


170 


JE 26 


AYTOKPATHP KAIZAP ZEBAZTOZ OYEZnAZIANOZ. Head of 
Vespasian to r., laureate. 


11 .01 








^..EnmAANKlOY OYAPOY- KOINON <|)PYriAZ ArTAMEIZ. Shear 








of five ears of corn. 

(Chaix Sale, Paris, 1889.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 9J. no 130. 
Mionnet, S. VII, p. JIJ, no 157. 

Hadrian. 


7035 
PI. 250 


61 


JEiS 


AV KATPAAPIANOC. Bust of Hadrian to r., laureate, wearing 
cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 


3-95 



— 494 



PHRYGIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



^" M AC CV ^^ A nN M6 ^ r ^' Mars y as > naked ' advancin g to r -' 



with flying nebris, playing on double flute. 

B.M.Cat., p. 95, n° 132. 
Mionnet, IV, p. 233, 11° 243. 



(J. P. Lambros, 1891 .) 



7036 82 JE 19 AAPIANOC KAIC C€B. Bust of Hadrian to r., laureate, wearing 
PI- 250 5.31 aegis : border of dots. 

fyL. AnAM€ON MAPCVAC KIBHTOI. Marsyas, naked but for hima- 

tion across thighs, recumbent to 1. in rocky cave, above which 

are five chests (xi^wtsi) ; he holds in raised r. cornucopiae, and 

in 1. double flute; beneath him, inverted vase from which a stream 

flows : border of dots. 

(Dr Hirscli, Munich.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 96, n° 1 55 (PI. xi, 10). 
Mionnet, IV, p. 233, n° 242. 

Caracalla and Plautilla. 

7037 JE 22 AV-K-MA 
PI. 250 6.28 ANTflN€IN 

OV .Busts, face to face, of young Caracalla to r., laureate, 

nAAVTIAAA 

Avrov 

and of Plautilla, to 1. : border of dots. 

EniArnN ooctoy 

VjL. APT€MArATTAM€IC (in field) 

KOINON <|)PVriAC(in ex.). Eagle standing to front, head to 
v., holding wreath in claws : border of dots. 

(Merzbacher sale, Munich.) 
Cf. Mionn. 5. VII, p. 235, n° 253. 
Babelon, luv. fVadd., p. 337, n° 5720. 



Appia 

On the north road from Aemoneia to Cotiaeum, about thirty miles 
north of Aemoneia, and the same distance south of Cotiaeum (H.N., 
p. 667). 



— 495 — 



PHRYGIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








(Abia). • 








Imperial Times. 
Time of Trajan (?) 


7038 
PI. 250 


42 


JE 15 


Beardless bust of Herakles to r., laureate, with lion-skin tied round 
neck : border of dots . 

tyL. Anni ANON. Winged caduceus. 


2.72 








(F.R.Wiedemann, Smyrna, 1892.) 








B.M.Cat., p. 106, n° 3. 








Babelon, Inv. Wadd., p. 338, n° 5736. 








Time of Philip. 


7039 
PI. 250 


80 


JE 20 


BOVAH. Veiled bust of Boule tor. : border of dots. 

$L. ETTANTEPAP X AnniANHN. Dionysos, naked, standing to 


5.18 








front, head 1., holding kantharos in r., and resting with 1. on 








thyrsos : border of dots. 








(F.R. Wiedemann, Smyrna, 1892.) 








B.M.Cat., p. 107, n° 4 (PI. xin, 3). 








Babelon, Inv. Wadd., p. 338, n° 5737- 
















Bria. 








Between Eumeneia and Sebaste, at the foot of the Burgas Dagh, (H. 
N., p. 668). 








Imperial Times. 


: 
| 






Time of Sept. Severus. 


7O4O 
PI. 250 


48 


JE 20 


Bust of Sarapis to r., wearing modius : border of dots. 

1^6. BPIANflN. Isis standing to 1. in long chiton, holding in raised 


3. II 








r. sistrum, and in lowered 1. situla : border of dots. 








Pureed. 








(Bunbury Sale, 1896.) 








B. M.Cat., p. 109, n° 1 (PI. xm, 8). 








Mionnet, IV, p. 244, no 300. 



— 496 



PHRYGIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Bruzus. 

(Kara-Sand ukli. ) 

Imperial Coinage. 

Septimius Severus. 


704I 
PI. 250 


126 


M 26 


AVKAI AC€nC€OVHP. Head of Sept. Severus to v., laureate : 
border of dots. 


8 16 








I£. KAIKPOY<t>IN OCBPOYZHNON AN€0HK. Hygieia standing to 

front, head r., feeding serpent from phiale which she holds in 

her 1. : border of dots. 

(F.R.Wiedemann, Smyrna, 1891.) 
CI. B. M. Cat., p. 1 1 1 , n° 7 (PI. xiv, 3). 
Cf. Mionnet, IV, p. 246, n° 306. 








Maximus. 


7042 


9* 


JE 23 


TIOYOY [MAIIM] OCK. Bust of Maximus to r., head bare, wear- 
ing cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 


5.89 








fyL. BPOVZH NflN. Hygieia feeding serpent, as on last coin : bord- 
er of dots. 

(D r Earinos, Smyrna, 1891.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 112, n° 15. 








Mionnet, IV, p. 247, n° 312. 








Gordianus Pius. 


7043 

PI. 2SO 


120 


JE 25 


AVT K MAN TOPAIANO. Bust ofGordian to r., laureate, wearing 
cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 


7-77 








fyL. BPOVZHNHN. Artemis, standing, facing, on globe, holding in 

each hand extended, a flaming torch : border of dots. 

(Bunbury sale, 1896 ; lot 326.) 
Mionnet, IV, p. 247, n° 315. 


7044 


125 


JE 24 


Similar. 

fy. BPOVZHNON. Similar. 

(Bunbury sale 1896.) 


8.10 



— 497 



PHRYGIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7045 
PI. 250 



42 
2.72 



;Ei8 



7046 



4i 
2.65 



JE 18 



7047 
Pi. 250 



7048 
Pi. 250 



226 
14-64 



JE 30 



236 
1529 



M 31 



• • . TOPAIAN • • • Similar bust. 

T$L. BPOVZ HNHN. Eagle to front, wings open, head to r., stand- 
ing on plain line : border of dots. 

(Bunbury sale,. 1896.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 114, n° 23. 
Mionnet, IV, p. 247, n° 315. 

Similar. ! • 

tyL. Similar. 

(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. 

AHMOC. Head of young Demos to r., diademed : border of; dots. 

T$L. TK'jAAOHNnN. Herakles, naked, almost facing, head to r., 
holding club in r. and apples in 1. ; lion-skin over 1. arm : .bord- 
er of dots. , 

(J. Arnopoulo, Athens,; 1899.) 

Cf. Mionnet, IV, p. 249, n° 322. 

i 

... 
I6POC AHMOC. Similar. 

€ni AVPANTinA TPOVriAN<l>IA 
^ KA N 

T" ao n 

H N 

chiton and himation, standing to 1., holding in r., eagle, and 

resting with 1. on sceptre : border of dots. 

(Merzbacher sale, : 
B. M. Cat., p. 117, n° 8 (PI. xiv, 10). 
Mionnet, IV, p. 249, n° 328. 



. Zeus Laodikeus, in 



long 



1904.) 



- 498 - 



PHRYGIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7049 
PI. 250 



70 

4 53 



JE 19 



7050 
Pi. 250 



72 
4.66 



JE 19 



7051 
Pi. 250 



100 
"67^8" 



JE 20 



7052 



.Hi 
10. 10 



JE29 



Imperial Coinage. 
Claudius. 

KAAYAIOI KAI2AP. Head of Claudius to r., laureate : border of 
dots. 

I£. EHI MEAITHNOI AIKAHniA AOY; in field, * A A0 . Zeus 

H NflN 

Laodikeus, to 1., as on last coin : border of dots. 

(Bunbury sale, 1896.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 1 19, n° 16. 

Cf. Mionnet, IV, p. 250, n° 333. 



Similar ; KAAVAIOC KAICAP. 



fy. KAAOHNG0N€nM€AITG0NOC ; in field AC * AH Simj 

niA 



ar. 



(Alischan, Constantinople, 1888.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 1 19, n° 17. 



Domitia. 

AOMITIA C€BACTH. Bust of Domitia to r. : border of dots. 

J$L. KAAO HNHN. Cultus-statue of Artemis-Ephesia to front, with 

usual supports : border of dots. 

(Bunbury sale, 1896.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 120, n" 24 (PI. xv, 2). 
Mionnet, IV, p. 231, n° 338. 

Julia Mamaea. 

IOYAIA MAMAIA AYI". Bust of Julia Mamaea to r. : border of 
dots. 

fy. €TTI AIAZ 6NOAOXOYA PX KAAOHNHN. Hermes, naked, 

standing towards 1., holding in r. purse, and in 1. chlamys and 

caduceus. 

(Chaix sale, 1883.) 
B. M.Cat., p. 123, n° 34. 

Mionnet, IV, p. 233, n« 345. 



-199 



63 



PHRYGIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Tranquillina. 


7053 

PI. 251 


289 


JE 29 


<|)OV CAB TPANKVAAINA. Bust of Tranquillina to r., wearing 
stephane : border of dots. 


12.24 








fy*. €TTI AVP (in ex.) KA€OnATOPOC KAAOHNHN. Asklepios to 

1., and Hygieia to r., facing one another, each with their usual 

attributes : border of dots. 

(Alischan, Constantinople, 1888.) 

B. M. Cat., p. 124, n° 39. 

Mionnet, S. VII, p. 530, n° 232. 








Ceretapa. 








In southern Phrygia, on the bank of a small lake about twenty miles 
south-east of Colossae (H.N., p. 668). 








(Kayadibi.} 








Imperial Times. 








Time of Caracalla. 


7054 

PI. 2SI 


42 


iE 16 


Head of young Herakles to 1., in lion-skin : border of dots. 

J$L. K€P€TAn€. Club covered with lion-skin, and bow-case con- 
taining strung bow and arrows : border of dots. 

(Consul F. Weber sale, Munich, 1908.) p 
B. M. Cat., p. 129, n° 5. 
Babelon, Inv. Waddington, p. 342, n° 5798. 


2.72 








Cibyra. 








A city, near the sources of the Indus in southern Phrygia, bordering 
upon Lycia, incorporated into the Roman province of Asia in B.C. 84 
(H.N., p. 669). 

Circ. B.C. 166-84. 


7055 

PI. 251 


193.2 


^28 


Young male bust to r., in crested helmet, neck draped : border 


12.52 


of dots. 



— 500 



PHRYGIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








T$L. KIBYPATHN. Horseman galloping to r., armed with helmet, 








shield, cuirass, and spear couched ; above, pilei of the 








Dioskuri ; behind horseman, bee; on his cuirass, K ; beneath. 








A K€A 








Al . — Tetradrachm. 








KIBYPATHN 

(W. T. Ready ; trom Payne Knight Collection (?). 








B. M. Cat., p. 131, n° 4 (PI. xvi, 1). 


7056 
PI. 251 


195 


JK 29 


Similar. 

j^ KIBYPATHN ( bdow ) Similar type; in field L? I|A . r> MA . 
MO 


12.63 








beneath, B. — Tetradrachm. 








[(Pavne Knight.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 131, n° 1. 








Cf. Inihoof, Monti. Gr., p. 395, n° 71. 


7057 
PI. 251 


43 5 


JR. 17 


Similar. 

fyL. Similar type ; beneath horseman, KIBYPATHN. — Drachm. 


2.82 








(Bompois sale, 1882; lot 1683.) 








Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 132, n° 7. 


7058 
PI. 251 


43.8 


JR. 17 


Similar. 

OP 

1%. Similar; beneath horseman, l/l r,w OA - ri ~ kl • — Drachm. 

KIBYr ATI2N 

(Whittall sale, 1884.) 

B. M. Cat., p. 133, n° 11 (PI. xvi, 3). 


2.84 


7059 
PI. 251 


93 


JE 16 


Lion to 1.; above, indistinct inscription : border of dots*. 
tyL. Humped bull to r. ; above crescent-moon. : border of dots. 


6.02 








(Whittall sale, 1884.) 








*D r Imhoof-Blumer has suggested Cibyra Phryg. as a possible mint place ; M. 








Svoronos, Smyrna ; and others, Sardes, Tralles, Tarsus or some Pisidian mint. 


7060 

PI. 251 


75 


JE 20 


MAPKEAAOI. Young male head to r., bare : border of dots. 

J$L. KIBVPATHN. Eagle on cippus, almost facing, head turned to 


4.86 








r., wings open : border of dots. 








(Consul Weber sale, Munich, 1908 ; lot 3486.) 



;oi — 



PHRYGIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Quasi- Autonomous Coins. 








Time of M. Aurelius. 


7061 
PI. 251 


70.5 


JE 20 


Head of bearded Herakles to r. : border of dots. 

J$L. KIBYPATON. River-god recumbent to 1., holding reed in r., 
and resting 1. arm on upturned vase : border of dots. 


4-57 








(F.R. Wiedemann, Smyrna, 1893.) 


7062 

PI. 2S! 


66 


JE 20 


Bust of Helios to r., radiate : border of dots. 

fy M B /^r • Wicker basket (x.t6u)t6? ?) : border of dots. 
ATilN 

(F.R. Wiedemann, Smyrna, 1893.) 

Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 13s, no 26. 
Cf. Imhoof, Monn. Gr., pp. 396, 397, and Gr. M., p. 207, n° 658 var. 


4.27 


7063 
PI. 251 


5i 


JE 17 


Heads of the Dioskuri, conjoined, to r. ; each surmounted with 
star. 


3.30 








^6. [KI]BYPA. . . (in ex.). Nike to L, erecting trophy, in field to 

1., countermark, diademed head to r. 

(Dr Earinos>, Smyrna, 1891.) 

Cf. Miannet, IV, p. 258, n° 373. 


7064 
PI. 251 


47 


JE 17 


Bust of Selene to r., with crescent above forehead, and horns on 
shoulders : border of dots. 1 


3.04 








$L. KIBVPATHN. Men standing to 1., holding patera in r. over 
altar, and spear in 1. : border of dots. 








(Present from D r Mordtmann, Constantinople, 1891.) 


7065 
PI. 2SI 


323 


^33 


AHMOC KIBVPATflN. Youthful bust of Demos to r., laureate : 
border of dots. 


20.93 








T$L. €TTIKA<t>l A OKA€OC. Hades Sarapis enthroned to 1., wear- 
ing modius and resting on sceptre ; holds in r. phiale over Ker- 

beros at his feet : border of dots. 

(D. Stilianopoulos, Smyrna, 1902.) 

B. M. Cat., p. 135, n<> 24 (PI. xvi, 8). 

Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 533, n° 24s. 











502 — 



PHRYGIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Imperial Coinage. 








Diadumenian. 


7066 

PI. 2)1 


69 


JE 19 


M OFT ANTfl NINOCA-K. Head of Diadumenian to r., bare : 
border of dots. 


4-47 








fy. K ' B ^ A • Wicker-basket (badge of Cibyra, xi6<ot6 ? ). 








(Gian Louisides, 1905.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 141, u°6o. 








Alexander Severus. 


7067 
PI. 2)1 


70 


M 20 


AVK MAVC AA€IANAPOC. Bust of Severus Alexander to r., laur- 
eate, wearing cuirass and paludamentum : border ot dots. 


4 53 








^ KIBVPA Wicker basket ( X1 6 WT $ ?> badge of Cibyra) : border 








of dots. 

(N. Dimitriou, 1907.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 142, n° 67. 








Tranquillina. 


7068 
PI. 25I 


180 


JE 25 


<|>P TPAN KYAA€INA C€B. Bust of Tranquillina to r., draped : 
border of dots. 


11.66 








1$L. KIBVPA TON. Nike to 1., holding wreath and palm; in field 








to 1., wicker basket (xi$co?5;), and date 0C (= 219 = A.D. 








241-244) : border of dots. 

(J. P. Lambros, 1885.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 145, n°82. 








Mionnet, IV, p. 263, n» 405. 








Trajan Decius. 


7069 
PI. 251 


no 


£• 24 


AVTKAITPAIA [NOC A€KIOCj. Bust of Trajan Decius to r., 
radiate, wearing cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 


7. 12 








tfL. KIBVP ATGON. Temple front of two columns, containing the 








basket of Cibyra : border of dots. 

(W. T. Ready, 1902.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 147, no 87. 



— 503 



PHRYGIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7070 

PL 251 



JE 18 



5.70 



7071 
pi. 251 



58 
3-75 



JE 17 



7072 



70-5 
4-57 



JE 20 



Colossae. 

On the Lycus, about twelve miles above Laodiceia (H.N., p. 670). 

Autonomous Coins. 

Second or First Century B.C. 

Head of Zeus to r., laureate. 

#-• £2*,™ • Winged thunderbolt. 

(Dr Imhoof, 1 89 1.) 
Head, Hist. Num., 191 1, p. 670. 
Babelon, Inv. Waddington, p. 346, n° 585 5. 

Cotiaeum. 

On the upper Tembris, about thirty miles north of Appia on the north 
road from Acmoneia to Dorylaeum (H.N., p. 670). 

(Koutaya.) 

Quasi-Autonomous Coins. 

Time of Galba and Vespasian. 

KOTIAEIX 2YNKAHT0N. Young male head of the Senate to r., 
laureate, shoulders draped : border of dots. 

T$L. [Eni.K-]ZEKOYNAOY. Kybele enthroned to 1., holding in r. 

phiale, and resting with 1. on tympanum ; beneath throne, lion 

seated to 1. : border of dots. 

(D r Earinos, Smyrna, 1891.) 

B. M. Cat., p. 158, n° 2 (PI. xx, 1). 

Time of the Philips and later. 
AHMOC. Bust of bearded Demos to r. 

BL. Em nEPMA<t>IAAPX, and in ex., K0T l A f l .Zeus seated to 1., 
' Lin 

himation over lower limbs, holding patera in r. and leaning on 

sceptre with 1. : border of dots. 

(Edinburgh sale, 1887.) 



— 504 — 



PHRYGIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7073 

PI. 251 



7074 
PI. 252 



7075 

PI. 252 



7076 

PI. 2S2 



114 
7.38 



126 

1T7? 



103 
TJ7 



JE 24 



JE 24 



JE 24 



208 
13-47 



JE 29 



Time of Gallienus. 

AHMOC. Head of young Demos to r., diademed, neck draped : 
border of dots. 

€ni AIOr€NOYC AIONVCI OV 

I£. APX (in field) . Zeus enthroned to 1., hold- 

KOTIAEON(in ex.). 

ing eagle on outstretched r., and resting with 1. on sceptre : 

border ot dots. 

(N. Theodoridi, 1892.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 162, n° 20 (PI. xx, 7). 

AHMOC KOTIAEON. Similar type. 

I£. Similar ; £ in field; ex. KOT, jJ En ■ 

(A. Lawson, Smyrna, 1891.) 
Cf. Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 542, n° 267. 

Imperial Coinage. 
Julia Domna. 

IOYAIA C6BACTH. Bust of Julia Domna to r. : border of dots. 

tyL. KOTIA €QN. Athene, helmeted, clad in long chiton, standing 

towards 1., holding in r. phiale, and resting with 1. on spear : 

border of dots. 

(Osman Noury Bey, 1905.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 167, n<> 46. 

Philip Senior. 

M IOVAIOC <t>IAim OCAV. Bust of Philip Senior to 1., laureate, in 
cuirass and paludamentum, armed with spear pointing 1. and 
shield ornamented withGorgoneion. 

€TTI IOVA KOAPATOVVIOV IfTll 

^6. APX (in field) . Kybele enthroned on 

KOTIAEnN(inex.). 

car drawn by two lions to 1. : border of dots. 

(J. P. Lambros, 1893.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 173, n° 75 (PI. xxn, 4). 



— 505 — 



PHRYGIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


7077 
PI. 252 


150 


£28 


M IOVAIOC <1>IAITTT0C AT. Similar : border of dots. 
€ni IOVAKOAPATOV VIOVI FITT IAPXO 


9.72 








R6. A (in field) > Asklepios and 








KOTIAEH (in ex } 








Hygieia standing face to face, with their usual attributes ; between 








them, Telesphorus : border of dots. 








(Miletopoulos, 1888.) 








Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 173, n° 77 (PI. xxn, s). 








Valerian. 


7078 
PI. 252 


109 


JE24 


AVT K n AIKOYAAEPIANON. Bust of Valerian to r., radiate, in 
cuirass and paludamentum. 


7.06 








EninAiA ahmh tpianoy mm 








T$L. « infield . Asklepios and Hygieia stand- 








KOTIAEflN (in ex.) 








ing opposite each other ; between them, Telesphorus : border 








of dots. 








(Alischan, Constantinople, ?888.) 








Mionnet, 5. VII. p. 5 so, n° 302. 








Dionysopolis. 








Occupied a fertile district on the south bank of the upper Maeander. It 








was founded by Eumenes II {B.C. 197-1J9) and Attains II (B.C. 








I 59~ I 3$) °f Pcrgamum on the spot where a £eavov of Dionysos had been 








found (H.N.,p. 671). 








Quasi-Autonomous Coins. 








Time of Sever us. 


7079 
PI. 252 


77-5 


JE 20 


Bust of Sarapis to r., wearing modius : border of dots. 

$,. AIONVCOT7 OA€ITHN. Hermes, naked, standing towards 1., 


5.02 








holding in r. purse, and in 1. caduceus : border of dots. 








(Osman Noury Bey, 1903.) 








Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 184, no 11. 






, 


Fox II, n° 145. 








Babelon, Inv. Waddinglon, p. 350, n° 5932. 



— 506 



PHRYGIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Imperial Coinage. 








Antoninus Pius. 


7080 
PI. 252 


127 


.£23 


ANTHNCiNOC AVTOKPA. Head of Antoninus Pius to r., bare : 
border of dots. 


8.23 








1$L. AlONVCOn OA€ITflN. Demeter standing to 1., holding in r. 








two ears of corn and leaning with 1. on long sceptre : border ot 








dots. 

(A. Lawson, Smyrna, 1891.) 








Docimeium. 








(Jchje Kara HissarJ) 








Lay in a gorge of the river Dureius, an affluent of the Caystrus about 








twenty miles north-east of Prymnessus on the road leading to Amorium. 








It was a Macedonian town founded by a certain Dokitnos (H.N., p. 

672). 

Quasi-Autonomous Coins. 














Time of Sever us (?) and later. 


7081 
PI. 252 


96 


JE 24 


I€P A BOYAH. Bust of Boule to r., veiled and laureate : border of 
dots. 


6.22 








fy. AOKIM6HN MAK6AONON. Naked male figure (Helios) stand- 








ing to 1., r. arm raised, 1., over which chlamys, holding uncer- 








tain object pointing towards the ground : plain border. 








(Osman Noury Bey, 1904.) 


7082 
PI. 252 


I30 


JE 24 


I€PA CVN KAHTOC. Young male bust of the Senate to r., should- 
ers draped : border of dots. 


8.42 








J$L. AOKI M€HN. Athene, helmeted, standing towards 1., her r. 








resting on shield placed on the ground before her, her 1. resting 








on spear : border of dots. 

(Pezzer, Smyrna, 1891.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 189, no 5 (PI. xxiv, 3). 
Mionnet, IV, p. 283, n° 508. 


7083 
PI. 252 


68 


JE 19 


AOKIMOC Youthful head of Dokimos to r., laureate : border of 
dots. 


4.40 



507 



64 



PHRYGIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








T$L. AOKI M€HN. Asklepios standing to front, headl., resting with 

r. on serpent-staff : border of dots. 

(J. P. Lambros, 1889.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 189, n° 7 (PI. xxiv, 4). 
Mionnet, IV, p. 285, n° 507. 


7084 
PL 252 


48 


£ 19 


Bust of Pan to r., with pointed ears, shoulders draped : border of 
dots. 


3. II 








J$L. A0KIM6ON. Mount Persis : border of dots. 








(A. O. van Lennep, Smyrna, 1895.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 189, n° 10. 








Imperial Coinage. 








Macrinus. 


7085 
PI. 252 


266 


^E 33 


AVT.K.M.OT7EA.C€OVH > .MAKPINOC.AVr. Bust of Macrinus to 
r., laureate, wearing cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 


17.23 








I£. AOKIIVEnN MAKEAO NflN (in ex.). Draped female figure of 

Kybele, standing to front, on rock, beside Mount Persis : border 

of dots. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1897.) 
Cf. Head, Hist. Num., p. 672. 
Jahrbuch. Arch. Inst., iii, 295. 
Zeit.f. Num., VI, 18. 








Epicteteis. 

Cf. n°s 6985-86 supra Aezanis. 








Eliza. 








An unimportant city in the ISwer Indus valley between Cibyra and 
Themisonium (H.N., p. 672). 








Quasi- Autonomous Coins. 








First Century B. C. or later. 


7086 
PI. 252 


60 


JE 17 


Head of Poseidon to r., diademed. 

^6. EPIZH NHN. Eagle to v., on thunderbolt, wings open. 

(A. O. van Lennep, Smyrna, 1899.) 
Zeit.f. Num., x, 56. 
Head, Hist. Num., p. 672. 


3.88 



— nOcS 



PHRYGIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7087 
PI. 252 



4* 
2.65 



JE 16 



7088 
Pi. 252 



3i 
2.00 



JE 16 



7089 
Pi. 252 



133 
8.61 



JE 24 



Eucarpeia. 

The chief city in the valley of the Phrygian Pentapolis (H. N., p. 673). 
Quasi- Autonomous Coins. 
Time ofM. Aurelius. 

€VKAPT7€ HN. Bust of Hermes to r., bare-headed, shoulders drap- 
ed, with caduceus behind neck : border of dots. 

J$L. €nir.KA 4>AAKKOV. Bucranium, above which crescent, horns 

upwards, surmounted by two stars connected by vertical line (the 

Gemini ?) : border of dots. 

(A. O. van Lennep, Smyrna, 1895.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 205, n<> 9. 
Mionnet, IV, p. 291, n° 550. 
Babelon, Inv. Wadding ton, p. 353, n° 3984. 



€VKAPn€nN. Head of young Herakles in lion-skin to r. : border 
of dots. 

J$L. CTTir.KA 4>AAKKOV. Telesphoros standing, facing: border of 

dots. 

(Rollin & Feuardent, Paris ; ex. Whittall sale, 1884.) 

Mionnet, IV, p. 290, no 547. 



AHMOC€Y KAPTT€flN. Bust of young Demos to r., laureate, 
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. 
Mionnet, IV, p. 290, no 545. 



509 



PHRYGIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Imperial Coinage. 








Augustus. 


7090 
PI. 252 


85 


JE 15 


[ZEBAITOZ]. Head of Augustus to r., laureate: border of dots. 
EVKAPniT[IKOV] 


5.50 








J$L. AVKIAAI . Artemis, in long chiton and peplos, stand- 








EVZEN[OV] 








ing to front, in usual attitude. 








(Smyrna, 1891.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 205, n° 13. 








Cf. Imhoof, Monti. Gr., p. 399, 11° 100. 








Cf. Mionnet, IV, p. 290, n° 248. 








Eumeneia. 








(Ishekli.) 








A Pergamene city founded by Attains II (B.C. 159-138}, who named 








it after his brother Eumenes. The territory of Eumeneia comprised the 








rich plain between the lower Glaucus and its function with the upper 








Maeander(H.N., p. 673). 








After B.C. 133. 


7091 
PI. 252 


129 


JE 21 


Head of Athene to r., in crested Corinthian helmet. 

$6. EYME (r.) J^yr 00- Nike advancing to 1., holding wreath 


8.36 








and palm. 

(Bompois sale, 1882 ; ex. Wigan Collection.) 








B. M. Cat., p. 211, n° 6. 








Mionnet, IV, p. 292, n° 560. 








Quasi-Autonomous Coins. 








Time of S. Severus ? and later. 


7092 

PI. 2J2 


108 


JE 23 


I€PA CVNKAHTOC Young male bust of the Senate to r., bare- 
headed, and draped : border of dots. 


6.99 








T$L. 6VM6N6HN AXAIflN. Horseman to r., holding bipennis over 
shoulder : border of dots. 








(J. P. Lambros, 1884.) 



510 — 



PHRYGIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


7093 
PI. 252 


66 


JE 19 


€VM €N€IA. Bust of city-goddess Eumeneia to r., turreted, and 
draped : border of dots. 


4.27 








J$L. €VM€N€ HN AXAIflN. Tyche, wearing kalathos, standing to 








1., holding in r. ears of corn and rudder, and in 1. cornucopiae : 

border of dots. 

(A. O. van Lennep, Smyrna, 1894.) 


: 






B. M. Cat., p. 215, n° 30 (PL xxvii, 7). 








Imperial Coinage. 
Nero. 


7094 

PL 253 


85 


JE 18 


NEPflN IEBAIT02. Youthful bust of Nero to [r., [head bare, 
shoulders draped : border of dots. 


5.50 








EVMENEflN 








fyL. La pom • A P 0U0 » naked, standing towards 1., 








APXIEPEVZ AIIAI 








holding on extended r., raven, and in 1., double-axe and chla- 








mys : border of dots. 








(Smyrna, 1891.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 217, n° 41 (PL xxvii, 9). 








Imhoof, Gr. Munien, PL XII, 21. 








Hadrian. 


7095 


176 


JE2S 


AAPIANOC KAICAP OAVMniOC Bust ot Hadrian to r., laureate, 
in cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 


11 .40 








$6. €VM€N€flN AXAIflN. Tyche standing to 1., holding rudder 








and cornucopiae : border of dots. 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 
B.M. Cat., p. 218, no 52. 








Antoninus Pius. 


7096 
PI. 253 


193 


JE 26 


AVTO KAIC ANTflN€INOC. Bust of Antoninus Pius to r., laur- 
eate, in cuirass and aegis : border of dots. 


12.50 



— 511 



PHRYGIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7097 
PI. 253 



84 

5-44 



JE21 



7098 
PI. 253 



163 
10.56 



JE 25 



7099 
Pi. 253 



161 
10.43 



M2$ 



fy. €VM€ N€flN AXAIHN. Humped bull walking to 1., conducted 

by Nike in long chiton on his r. side, holding him with her 1. 

by his 1. horn, and raising with her r. sacrificial knife above his 

head : border of dots. 

(W. T. Ready, 1904.) 

B. 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. 

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

¥)L. AAPIANO- C€BA. Tyche, wearing kalathos, standing to 1., 

holding rudder in r. and cornucopiae in 1. : border of dots. 

(Gen 1 Moore sale, 1889.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 225, n° 1. 
Cf. Imhoof, Motin. Gr., p. 400, n° 105. 

Severus Alexander. 

AVK.MAV.C6V.AA6IANAPOC. Bust of Severus Alexander to 
r., laureate, wearing cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 

fy. AAPIANO €ni AMIANTOV ; in ex., KA ^ €I River-god reclin- 
ing to 1., holding cornucopiae inr. and resting r. arm on upturn- 
ed vase ; in field to 1., C€P : border of dots. 

(Osman Noury Bey, 1903.) 
Dr Imhoof, Gr. Mun^en, p. 213, n° 687. 

Philip Senior. 

AVK.MIOVAI-<|>IAinnOC. Bust of Philip Senior to r., laureate, 
wearing cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 



— 512 — 



PHRYGIA 



No 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








6TTIXP OV<t>OV 
tyL. A API A . River-god (Karmeios) recumbent to 1., hold- 
NO 
ing in r. cornucopiae, and in 1. reed; behind him, inverted vase 
from which a stream flows : border of dots. 








(Osman Noury Bey, 1905.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 227, a° 11 (PI. xxvm, 8). 








Hierapolis. 








(77k Holy City Pambuk Kales'i) famous for its hot springs and its 
Charonion, believed to be an entrance into the underworld , from which a 
mephitic vapour was emitted. It stood on a lofty ridge overlooking the wide 
plain of the Lycus as far as its junction with the Maeander some fifteen 
miles to the ivest (H.N., p. 678). 








Quasi- Autonomous Coins. 








Time of Trajan, or later, to that of Severus, or Caracal la. 


7100 
PI. 2J3 


44 


JE 15 


Bust of Athene to r., wearing crested Corinthian helmet and aegis : 
border of dots. 


2.85 








J$L. I6PATT OA6ITAN. Nemesis standing tol., with herr. plucking 
chiton trom her breast and with 1. holding bridle : border of dots. 








(A. O. van Lennep, Smyrna, 1891.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 230, n<> 12 (PI. xxix, 5). 
Mionnet, IV, p. 297, n° 584. 


7101 


83 


JE 19 


Bust of Asklepios tor., with serpent-staff at breast : border of dots. 

fyL. l€PAnOA€ITflN. Winged Nemesis, in the usual attitude : 

border of dots. 

(D r Earinos, Smyrna, 1891.) 

B. M. Cat., p. 230, n<> 16. 

Mionnet, IV, p. 297, n° 581. 


5-37 


7102 
PI. 253 


90 


JE 21 


Bust of Sarapis to r., wearing modius, shoulders draped : border 
of dots. 


5.83 



513 — 



PHRYGIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7103 
PI. 253 



83 

5-37 



JE 



19 



7104 



7105 
Pi. 253 



82 
5-31 



183 
11.85 



JE 19 



JE 28 



7106 
Pi. 253 



98 
6.35 



JE 19 



7107 



181 
II.73 



JE26 



T$L. l€PAnO A6ITHN. Zeus Laodikeus, in long chiton and himation, 

standing to 1., holding on extended r., eagle, and resting with 1. 

on sceptre : border of dots. 

(Bompois sale, Paris, 1882.) 

B. M. Cat., p. 232, n° 28. 
Mionnet, IV, p. 296, no 578. 

Similar. 

T$L. I€PATT OA6ITON. Isis standing towards L, holding in raised 

r. sistrum, and in lowered 1. situla : border of dots. 

(A. O. van Lennep, Smyrna, 1899.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 252, n° 29. 
Mionnet, IV, p. 296, no 579. 

Similar. 

1$L. Similar. 

(Smyrna, 1891 ) 



l€PAnOA€l THN. Head of young Dionysos to r., crowned with 
ivy : border of dots . 

I$L. Rape of Persephone by Hades, with flying chlamys and sceptre, 
in quadriga of galloping horses to r. : border of dots. 

(Christodoulo, 1902.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 233, no 38 (PI. xxix, 12). 

[Z€VC] BHslOC Head of Zeus Bosios to r., bound with taenia : 
border of dots. 

J$L. l€PA!10A€ITnN. Rider-god, in short chiton and chlamys, on 
horse stepping to r. ; he holds double-axe over 1. shoulder : bord- 
er of dots. 

(Hierapolis, 1891.) 

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

AAIPBHNOC. Bust of Apollo Lairbenos to r., radiate, shoulders 
draped : border of dots. 



5H 



PHRYGIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








fyL ICPATTO A€ITflN. Apollo Kitharoedos (Archegetes), in long 








chiton and mantle, standing towards r., holding in lowered r. 








plectrum and carrying lyre with 1. : border of dots. 








(A. O. van Lennep, Smyrna, 1891.) 








B. M. Cat., p. 236, n° 54. 








Mionnet, IV, p. 298, n° 590. 








Babelon, Inv. fVaddingtoti, p. 361, n° 6107. 


7108 

PI. 253 


156 


JE 27 


Similar. 

J$L. l€PAnOA€l[TON]. Selene or Hekate, with crescent at should- 


10. 10 








ers, and carrying two torches, standing in biga drawn to r. by 








two galloping horses : border of dots. 

(Bompois sale, 1882 . ) 
B. M. Cat., p. 236, n° 55. 


7109 


140 


JE 25 


Similar. 

"EjL. l€PAnOA€ITflN. Hygieia enthroned to 1., wearing kalathos, 


9.07 








holding in r. phiale towards serpent erect before her, and resting 








1. arm on cushion resembling the tympanum of Kybele ; behind 








throne, small Telesphorus : border of dots. 








(A. O. van Lennep, Smyrna, 1898.) 








B. M. Cat., p. 236, n° 57. 








Mionnet, IV, p. 298, n° 588. 


7110 
PI. 253 


265 


JE$o 


AHMOC Head of young Demos to r., laureate : border of dots. 
$,. KPAnO A€ITHN. Apollo Kitharoedos (Archegetes) in long 


17.17 








chiton and mantle, standing towards r., holding in lowered r. 








plectrum, and carrying lyre with 1. : border of dots . 








(O. Noury Bey, 1902.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 238, n° 67. 


71 1 1 

PI. 253 


106 


JE 22 


T€PO VCIA. Bust of Gerousia to r., laureate and veiled : border of 
dots. 


6.87 








J$L. I€PA nOA€ITflN. Rider-god, naked but for chlamys, holding 








in r. double axe over shoulder ; horse stepping to r. : border of 








dots. 








(Apamea, 1901.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 241, n° 99 (PI. xxx, 9). 



515 — 



65 



PHRYGIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7112 

PI. 253 



7113 
PI. 255 



7114 
PL 253 



7115 
PI- 253 



83 

5-37 



76-5 
4.96 



86 
5-57 



JE 19 



JE 19 



JE 19 



256 
76758 



JE29 



& 



Time of Caracalla ? and later. 

:€VCT PHIOC. Head of Zeus Troios to r., bound with taenia : 
border of dots . 

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. 

IEBA2TOI. Head of Augustus to r., bare : border of dots. 

^.XAPOniAHI iniTPATOY ICPAnOAITHN. Rider-god on hor- 
seback to r., with bipennis over 1. shoulder : border of dots. 

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

Nero Caesar. 

NEPHN [KAI2AP1. Bust of young Nero Caesar to r., bare-headed, 
shoulders draped : border of dots. 

tyL XAPHIBnAniAIIEPAnOA EITflN. Rider-god, in short chit- 
on and chlamys, carrying double-axe overl. shoulder, etc. : bord- 
er of dots. 

(D>- Imhoof, 1896.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 248,11° 122. 

Antoninus Pius. 

AV KAI AAPIA ANTHNEINOC. Head of Antoninus Pius to r., laur- 
eate : border of dots. 

^6. I€PA nOA^ITQN. Apollo Kitharoedos standing towards r., 
holding lyre in 1., 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. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Faustina Junior. 


7116 
PI. 253 


79 


JE 21 


<t>AVC T6INA C6BACTH. Bust of Faustina Junior to r. : border of 
dots. 


5.12 








Rl. l€PAnO A €ITHN. Zeus Laodikeus standing to 1., in long chit- 








on and himation, holding on r. eagle, and resting with 1. on 








sceptre : border of dots. 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 251, n° 138. 








Elagabalus. 


7II7 

PI. 253 


332 


JE 36 


AVT KAI MAV ANTHNKINOC (rather indistinct). Bust of Elaga- 
balus to r., laureate, with aegis on chest. 


21.51 








^L. l€PAn[OA€ITnN N6HKOPJ. Apollo, naked, with the excep- 








tion of chlamys hanging over shoulders, standing to r. ; 1. arm 








extended ; in field to r., huge snake rising before him . 








(Apamea, 1891.) 
Pub!, bv A . Engel, Ra-ite numismatique, 1884, p. 32. 








Otacilia Severa. 


7118 

PI. 254 


90 


JE 22 


MOT C6VHPA. Bust of Otacilia Severa to r. : border of dots. 
fyL. l€PAnOA€ITnN. Hvgieia enthroned to 1., feeding serpent 


5.83 








from phiale with r., and resting 1. arm on cushion ; behind 








throne, small Telesphorus : border of dots. 








(L. & L. Hamburger, 1888.) 
13. M. Git., p. 234, n° 133. 








Hierapolis and Ephesus. 








Alliance Coins. 








Imperial Times. 








Without heads of Emperors. 


7119 
PI. 254 


58 


JE 20 


l€PAnOA€ITnN K€<J>€CI HN. Bust of Demeter to r., veiled and 

wreathed with corn : border of dots. 


3-75 



— 517 



PHRYGIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








^ N«lKOPn OMONOI The god Mta> standing tQ , _ with 








r. foot on bull's head, holding in r. phiale, and resting with 1. 

on spear : border of dots . 

(A. Lawson, Smyrna, 1891.) 








With heads of Emperors. 








Otacilia Severa. 


7120 

PI. 254 


IOO 


JE21 


MnTC€VHPA. Bust of Otacilia tor. : border of dots . 

w l6PAnOA€ITnN.K64>6CinN NCHKOPHN T . 
*" OMONOIA P 

wreaths, one containing TT, the other € (Pythia and Ephesia) : 

border of dots . 

(D" - Earinos, Smyrna, 1891.) 

Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 259, n° 172. 
Cf. Mionnet, S. VII, p. 574, n° 399. 


6.48 








Hierapolis-Sardes. 








Quasi-Autonomous Coins . 








Time of the Philips. 


7121 
PI. 254 


76 


JE 21 


l€PAnOA€ITnN K CAPAIANHN. Bust of Apollo to r., laureate, 
with sceptre at shoulder : border of dots . 


A- 92 








£$£. NCHKOPHN OMONOIA. Rider-god on horseback tor. carrying 

double-axe : border of dots. 

(D r Babington Sale; ex. W.T. Ready, 1904.) 


7122 
PI. 254 


84 


JE 21 


I6PA CVNKAHTOC. Youthful bust of the Senate to r. 

fy. l6PAnOA€ITnN K CAPAIANHN, and in the field, N ^^^ N 


5-44 








Two prize-wreaths, one containing the letter, TT, the other X : 

border of dots. 

(A. 0. van Lennep, 1895.) 



- 518 - 



PHRYGIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7123 
PI. 254 



7124 
PI. 254 



7125 
PI. 254 



163 

10. 56 



^29 



"3 

7.32 



JE 25 



170 

II .01 



JE 27 



Imperial. 
Philip Junior. 

AV IOVA <J>lAinnOC KAI. Bust ot Philip Junior to r., head bare, 
wearing cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 

R6. l€PAnOA€ITnN K CAPAIANON ; in ex., N *f?*?,T^ N . Two 

OMUNUIA 

prize-crowns, each with laurel-branch; the left inscribed, nYOIA ; 

the right, XPVCANTINA (illegible) : border of dots. 

(L. &L. Hamburger, 1888.) 
Cf. Imhoof, Af. Gi ., p. 403, n° 114. 

Hierapolis-Smyrna . 

Otacilia. 

MflT C€VHPA. Bust of Otacilia to r., draped : border ot dots. 
f£. l€PAnOA€ITflN K CMYPNAION N6OK0P, and in the field, 



ON 



. Two prize-wreaths with palm-branch between them 



OMONOIA 

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 religious centre of the Glaukos valley of which Eucarpeia was 
the commercial capital (H.N., p. 676). 

Imperial. 
Faustina Junior. 

4>AVCT€INA C€BACTH. Bust of Faustina Junior to r. : border of 
dots. 

$L. Eni MKA nnAIHN ACIAPXOV l€POnOA€IT ON. Kybele, 

enthroned to 1., holding phiale and resting with 1. on tympanum ; 

beside her, lion to 1. : border of dots. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1891.) 
Imhoof, Gr. Mun\en, p. 216, n° 700. 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 268, no 15. 



519 



PHRYGIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Hyrgaleis. 








These people occupied part of the modern Chal-ova in the bend of the 
upper Maeander between the territory of Dionysopolis on the west and the 
plain of Pelt ae on the east (H.N., p. 677). 








Imperial. 








Geta. 


7126 

PI. 254 


117 


JE26 


nO C€TTT T€TAC. Bare-headed bust of Geta to r., wearing cuirass 
and paludamentum : border of dots.' 


7.58 








T$L. VPrAA€flN. Tyche standing to L, wearing kalathos and long 

chiton, holding in r. rudder and in 1. cornucopiae : border of 

dots. 

(A. Lawson, Smyrna, 1891.) 








Laodiceia ad Lycum. 








Founded by Antiochus II (B.C. 26 1-246); named in honour of his 
wife Laodice ; was a stronghold of Seleucid power and influence (H. N., 
p. 678). 








Before B.C. 133. 


7127 
PI. 254 


68 


JE 18 


Head of Aphrodite tor., hair tied behind. 

1$L. AAOAIKEHN. Aphrodite, draped in long chiton, standing to 

1., holding dove on extended r., 1. holding drapery ; in front, 

rose on stalk. 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 284, n° 27 (PI. xxxiv, 4). 
Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 579, no 416. 


4.40 


7128 
PI. 254 


90 


m 18 


Female head to r. (Aphrodite or Queen Laodice) wearing ste- 
phane and diadem, the ends of which are visible behind the 
neck. 


5.83 



— 520 — 



PHRYGIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7129 
PI. 254 



7130 

PI. 254 



7131 

PI. 254 



7132 
PI. 254 



56 
3 .62 



42 

2.72 



70 

4 53 



63 
4.08 



j£ 14 



yE 14 



JE 16 



^ 16 



f&" ., _~ r .i /* '<■ Double cornucopiae containing corn and fruit, 
^ KEfl[N](tor.) ^ ° 

and bound together by fillet hanging down to 1. 

(A.O. van Lennep, 1891.) 
B.M.Cat., Phrygia, p. 284, no 34 (PI. xxxiv, 6). 
Mionuet, S. VII, p. 579, n° 413. 

Second half of First Century B.C. 
Wild boar running to 1 . ; beneath, €K. 

* •fKEn A Nr Wolfwr - 

(F.R. Wiedemann, Smyrna, 1898.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 287, n° 52 (PI. xxxiv, 11). 

Quasi-Autonomous Coins. 
Time of Augustus. 

AAOAI [KEQN . Head of Apollo to r., laureate : border of dots. 
fy-- _ ,~~ . • Altar, round which a serpent twines; on the top 



of the altar is the head-dress of Isis. 



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



(Smyrna, 1891.) 



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 

open : border of dots. 

(A.O. van Lennep, Smyrna, 1891.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 288. no 64 (PI. xxxiv, 16). 
Cf. Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 580, no 421. 

AAOAI K€ON. Similar. 

fyL. go AINHAI. Similar to last coin ; eagle stands on thunder- 
bolt (?). 

(D r Earinos, Smyrna, 1891.) 

Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 289, no 68. 



21 



PHRYGIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7133 
PI. 254 



IOO 



6.48 



JE 19 



7134 


8: 


PI. 254 


5.24 


7135 


53 


PI. 2 S 4 


3-43 


7136 


33 


PI. 254 


2.13 


7137 


67 




4-34 



JE 17 



JEiS 



JE 13 



JE 20 



AHMOI AAOAIKEHN. Head of young Demos to r., laureate : 
border of dots. 

I0YAI02 
fy- ANAPONIKOZ • Zeus Laodikeus, in long chiton, standing to 
EYEPrETHI 

1., holding on extended r. eagle, and resting with 1. on sceptre : 

border of dots. 

(J. P. Lambros, 1884.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 289, n° 70. 
Mionnet, IV, p, 516, n° 696. 

Time of Tilus and Domitian, 

AAOAI KHA. Bust of City-goddess Laodiceia to r., turreted, 
shoulders draped : border of dots. 

IJL tumomit • Aphrodite, in long chiton and peplos, standing to 
front, head r., holding on extended 1. dove, and resting with r. 

on sceptre : border of dots. 

(Osman Noury Bey, 1906.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 292, no 92. 

Time of Caracalla and later. 

AAOAI K€IA. Bust of City-goddess Laodiceia to r., turreted and 
veiled, shoulders draped : border of dots. 

J$L. AAOAI K€HN. Two right hands clasped : border of dots. 

(A. O. van Lennep, Smyrna, 1893.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 298, n° 120. 

Turreted female head (Kybele) to r. 

fy. AAOAI KEflN. Wolf to 1. (river-god Lycus). 

(Laodiceia, 1891.) 

Cf. Imhoof, Kleinasi at ische Mutton, I, p. 264, no 8 (PI. vni, 22). 

*This is one of the early autonomous coins. Cf. B.M.C 22. 

Imperial Coinage. 
Augustus. 

2EBAZ[T0Z]. Head of Augustus to r., bare ; : border of dots. 



522 



PHRYGIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








^L. JlyoOY ( t0 r "^ AAOA,KEnN ( to L )- ZeusLaodikeus, in long 








chiton and himation, standing to 1., holding on r. hand eagle, 








and in 1. sceptre; in field, 1. and r. pilei of the Dioskuri, each 








surmounted by star. 

(Al. Grant Sale, 1890.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 300, n° 138. 
Cf. Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 584, n° 441. 


7138 
PI. 254 


99 


JE 20 


2EBA2 T02. Similar. 

fy-- AI02KOYPIA H2 • Similar type, without the pilei : border 
AAOAIKEH [N] 


6.41 








of dots. 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 301, n° 141. 
Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 583, n° 438. 


7139 
PI. 254 


76 


JE 18 


Similar. 

RO 

^ AI02KOVPIAH2 s . ., 
*" TOAEYTEPON ' b,milar - 

AAOAIKEHN 

(Laodiceia, 1891.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 301, n° 143 (PI. xxxvn, 1). 


4.92 


714O 

PI. 254 


60 


JE 15 


2EBA2[T02]. Similar. 

ZEYZI2 
fy. <t>IAAAH0H2- Asklepian serpent-staff. 

AAOAIKEON 

(Drlmhoof, 1 89 1.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 302, n° 153. 


3.88 








Mionnet, IV, p. 317, n° 709. 


7141 
PI. 254 


38 


JE 14 


2EBA2T02 (indistinct) '. Capricorn to r., with cornucopiae on 
back. 


2.46 








tyi. 2H20ENH2. Three ears of corn tied together : border otdots. 








1. Legend read bv Waddington but scarcely to be traced. 

(Booker, 1885.) 
Babelon, Inv. Waddington, p. 371, n° 6260. 



323 



66 



PHRYGIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Nero Caesar. 


7142 

PI. 254 


78 


JE 17 


[NE]PHN KAI2AP. Bust of young Nero to r., head bare, draped : 
border of dots. 


5.05 








nOAEMHNOI 
ty~- YIOYZHNflNOZ • Tripod, round the cover of which a serpent 
AAOAIKEHN 

twines, with head to 1.: border of dots. 

(Gian Louisides, 1905.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 304,110 161 (PI. xxxvii, 2). 








Domitian. 


7143 
PI. 255 


173 


JE 22 


AOM6TIANOC (r.) KAICAP (1.). Bust of Domitian to r. laureate, 
wearing cuirass adorned with Gorgoneion : border of dots. 


II .21 








%L. K j^ c Nn ( r -) AAOAIK€flN (1.). Youthful hero standing to 








L, holding in r. phiale, and in 1. palm; at his feet, vase and 

vexillum : border of dots. 

(Osman Noury Bey, 1905.) 
Imhoof, Kleinasiat. Mun^en, p. 265, n° 15 (PI. VIII, 23). 








Plotina. 


7144 
PI. 255 


106 


JE 20 


TTAflT€INA C6BACTH. Bust of Plotina to r.: border of dots. 
^6. AAOAI K€flN. Hexastyle temple : border of dots. 


6.86 








(O. Noury Bey, 1902.) 








Antoninus Pius. 


7HS 
PI. 255 


132 


JE 24 


AV.KAITIAI.AAP [ANTflNeiNOC]. Head of Antoninus Pius to r., 
laureate : border of dots. 


8.55 








AIAIOC 
^- AIONVCIOC within olive-wreath with berries. 
AAOAI 

K€HN 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 

B. M. Cat., p. 311, n° 202. 
Mionnet, IV, p. 323, n° 745. 



524 — 



PHRYGIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Crispina. 


7146 
PI. 255 


77 


JE 18 


KPICn€INA C6BACTH. Bust of Crispina to r. 

fyL. AAOAI K€HN. Demeter, veiled, standing to front, head L, 


4-99 








resting with 1. on sceptre : border of dots. 

(J.P.Latnbros, 1892.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 313, n° 210. 








Julia Domna. 


7H7 
PI. 255 


105 


JE2$ 


IOYAIA AOMNA C€. Bust of Julia Domna to r.. draped : border 
of dots. 


12.63 








fy. AAOA IK 6nNNN€HKP. in ex., tnH. Roma or Athene 








enthroned to 1., helmeted, holding on extended r. Nike, and 








resting with 1. on spear : border of dots. 

(W. Webster, 1S83.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 513, n° 213. 








Mionnet, IV, p. 326, n° 757. 


7148 
PI. 255 


J 45 


JE28 


Similar; with small countermark on neck : male head(?) : border 
of dots. 


9-39 








%L. AAOA IK CHNNenKOPnN. Similar type; shield behind 








throne : border of dots. 








Cf. Mionnet, IV, p. 326, n° 759. 








Caracalla. 


7H9 
PL 255 


95 


JE 25 


AYK-MA ANTON6I. Bust of young Caracalla to r., laureate, 
wearing cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 


6.15 








fyL. AAOAIK6HN. Tyche, wearing kalathos, standing to 1. holding 








rudder and cornucopiae : border ol dots. 








(Simpson Sale, Edinburgh, 1887.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 315, n° 222. 








Otacilia Severa. 


7150 

PI. 255 


95 


JE 23 


flTA-C6 VHPA C€. Bust of Otacilia Severa tor., draped : border 
of dots. 


6.15 



— ) 2 ) 



PHRYGIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








J$L. AA0AIK6H NN6HK0P. Nemesis standing to 1., wearing long 








chiton, with r. plucking chiton from her breast, and with 1. 








holding cubit-rule; at her feet, winged griffin : border of dots. 








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








Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 323, n° 256. 








Philip Junior. 


7151 
PI. 255 


124 


JE 24 


MIOVAI C-<t>IAinnOC. Bust of Philip Caesar to r., bare-headed, 
in cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 


8.03 








^" AA< nN K€ (in ex) N6 nN° P ( above )- The Rivers Ka P ros 








and Lykos as Boar and Wolf seated back to back, with head 








looking back and facing each other : border of dots. 








(Smyrna, 1891.) 
Cf. B M.Cat., p. 324, n° 260. 








Laodiceia Alliances. 








Laodiceia-Smyrna . 








Nero. 








Zeno, son of Antonius Zeno. 


7152 
PI. 255 


156 


/E25 


NEPON 2EBAIT0I. Head of Nero tor., laureate : border of dots. 
%L. ATZHNHNOI ZHNflNYIOI AAOAIKEHNZMYP NAIHN (in 


10. 10 








field 1.) OMHPOZ (in field centre). Bearded Demoi of Laodiceia 








and Smyrna standing face to face, with clasped hands ; each wears 








long chiton and himation, and rests on sceptre : border of dots. 








(E. Aslanoglou, Smyrna, 1891.) 








B. M. Cat., p. 325, no 265 (PI. ill, 8). 








Mionnet, VII, p. 320, no 723. 








Caracalla. 


7153 
PI. 25s 


290 


^33 


AVT K MAVPAN TflN€INOC. Bust of Caracalla to r., laureate, and 
wearing cuirass and paludamentum; infield to r., countermark : 


18.79 








head of Emperor to r. : border of dots. 



— 526 



PHRYGIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7154 
PL 25s 



7155 

PI. 255 



7156 
PI- 25s 



370 
23.97 



JE$6 



266 
17.22 



JE 32 



72 
4.66 



JE 22 



$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 I., plucking chiton at breast, and holding cubit-rule ; counter - 

mark in centre, g : border of dots. 

(Sim Sale, 1890.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 329, n° 282. 

Laodiceia-Pergamum. 

M. Aurelius. 

AYKAIMAP- AY ANTHNINOC. Head of M. Aurelius to r., 
laureate : border of dots. 

$L. AAOAIK6HN n€PrAMHNHN in ex., -OMONOIA- Zeus 

Laodikeus to r., and Asklepios of Pergamum to I., 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. 

AY K MAVPA NTflN€INOC. Bust of Caracalla to r., bearded and 
laureate, wearing cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 

I£. AA0AIK6ON n€PrAMHNflN in ex., OMONOIA. Zeus Lao- 
dikeus and Asklepios of Pergamum, as on last coin : border of 

dots. 

(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. 

AYTKMANT TOPAIANOC Bust of Gordianus Pius to r., laureate, 
wearing paludamentum and cuirass : border of dots. 



)^/ 



PHRYGIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








1$L. AYCIA A€HN. Dionysos standing to 1., holding kantharos in 








r., and thyrsos in 1.; at his feet, panther to 1.: border of dots. 








(D r Earinos, Smyrna, 1891.) 








Cf. rev. type B. M. Cat., p. 331, n° 3. 








Midaeum. 








In the extreme north of Phrygia on the river Tembris ; the town takes 








its name from King Midas (H.N., p. 681). 








Imperial Coinage. 








[~ Caracalla. 


7157 
PI. 255 


261 


JE28 


ANTHN6INOC AVrOVCTOC. Bust of Caracalla to r., bearded and 
laureate, draped : border of dots. 


16.91 








I$L. MIAA €HN. Zeus standing towards 1., himation over lower 








limbs, and 1. shoulder, holding in r. phiale and resting with 1. 








on sceptre; at his feet 1., eagle : border of dots. 








(Macridi Pacha, 1896.) 








B. M. Cat., p. 336, n° 8 (PI. xxxix, 5). 








Nacoleia. 








Now the desolate village of Sidi-el-Ghaii, was in Roman times a flou- 








rishing town situated on the river Parthenius, some forty miles south of 








Dorylaeum (H.N., p. 681). 








Imperial Coinage. 








Domitian. 


7158 
PI. 255 


60 


JE 18 


AVT AOMITIANOI KAI2EB TE. Head of Domitian to r., laureate. 
tyi- [NAKO] AEHN- Winged caduceus : border of dots. 


3.88 








(D r Earinos, Smyrna, 1891.) 








B. M. Cat., p. 339, n° 4 (PI. xxxix, 8.) 


1 






Mionnet, IV, p. 346, n° 869. 



528 



PHRYGIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7159 
PI. 255 



206 
13-35 



^28 



7l60 
PI. 256 



1 3Q 

L42 



JE 26 



7161 



136 

8.81 



JE 25 



Ococleia and Bruzus. 

Alliance Coins. 

Commodus (A. D. 175-192). 

AV KAICAP KOMMOAOC Laureate head, beardless, of Commo- 
dus, to r. 

$L. OKOKAI€HN BP[OYZ]HNflN OMONOIA. Zeus standing to 1., 

clad in long himation, holding eagle on r. and long sceptre in 

1 . ; opposite him, Kybele in chiton and peplos with ears of corn 

in r., and long sceptre in 1.; at her feet, lion r.; between them, 

flaming altar. 

(Wiedemann). 
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 the five cities of the Eucarpitic plain in central Phrvgia (H .N., 

p. 681). 

Imperial Coinage. 

Geta Caesar. 

TTO C€nT T6TACKAI. Bust of Geta Caesar to r., head bare, in 
cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 



OTPOHNfl 
N 



r. Warrior (Otreus ?), naked but 



AA6ZA NA 
f£- POCA 
N€0 

for 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. O. van Lennep, Smyrna, 1891.) 
Cf. B.M. Cat., p, 345, n° 13. 
Cf. Mionnet, IV, p. 348, no 877. 



Similar. 
1$L. Similar. 



(D r Imhoof, 1890.) 



— 529 — 



PHRYGIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7l62 
PI. 256 



7163 
PI. 256 



7164 
PI. 256 



53 
3-43 



96 
6.22 



38 
2.46 



£18 



JE16 



JE 15 



Palaeobeudus or Beudos Vetus. 

5^m/i /o fo*z# fo^w situated some eight miles north of Synnada, near 
the north end of theSynnadic plain (H.N., p. 682). 

Imperial Coinage. 

Hadrian . 

AAPIANOC KAICAP. Bust of Hadrian to r., laureate, wearing 
cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 

^6. 11AAAIO BEVAHNHN. Demeter, veiled, in long chiton and 

peplos, standing towards 1., holding in r. two ears of corn and 

poppy, and resting with 1. on long torch : border of dots. 

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

Peltae. 

A Macedonian colony occupying the plain between Lunda and Eume- 

neia(H.N., p. 682). 

Autonomous Coinage. 

After circ. B. C. 133. 

Young male heroic head to r., in crested helmet, with cheek-piece 
lowered, shoulders draped. 

*" THNHN * Li ° n Seated t0 l 

(A. O. van Lennep, 1892.) 

Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 347, n° 1 (PI. xli, i). 

Quasi- Autonomous Coins . 
Bust of Helios to r., radiate : border of dots. 

nEA 

$*• TH within laurel -wreath : border of dots. 

NHN 

(A. O. van Lennep, 1892.) 

B.M.Cat., p. 348, no 8 (PI. xli, 3). 
Mionnet, IV, p. 348, no 878. 



— 530 — 



PHRYGIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7165 
PI. 256 



7166 
PI. 256 



7167 
PI. 256 



Il6 
7-51 



90 



5.83 



/£ 22 



336 
21.77 



JE 21 



JE 32 



Philomelium . 
(Ak-Sheher.) 

hi the plain of Phrygia Paroreios, separated from central Phrygia by 
the lofty range of the Sultan Dagh, was probably a Pergamene outpost 
on the high road to Iconium (H .N., p. 682). 

After B . C . 1 3 3 . 

Bust, draped, of Men to r., in Phrygian cap, and with crescent 
behind shoulders. 

fyL. . Zeus enthroned to 1., wearing himation over lower 

limbs, and holding eagle on extended r., with 1. resting on 

sceptre. 

(D r Earinos, Smyrna, 1891.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 355, n° 2. 
Babelon, Inv. Waddington, p. 380, 1106394. 

1 in per ia I Coinage . 
Julia Domna. 

IOYA AOMNA C€B. Bust of Julia Domna to r.: border of dots. 

^- €n l,^l^? Y - Tyche, wearing kalathos, standing to 1., 
OIA OMHA 

holding rudder and cornucopiae : border of dots. 

(Pezzer, Smyrna, 1891.) 

B. M. Cat., p. 355, n° 14. 

Mionnet, IV, p. 351, n° 892. 

Severus Alexander. 

AVK.-- C6V AA€ZANAPOC. Head of Severus Alexander to r., 
laureate : border of dots. 

fy.. 0IAOMHA6HN €ni; in ex., n ^ AC j )Y . Emperor, with flying 

chlamys, and couched spear, on horse galloping to r.: border of 

dots. 

(Pezzer, Smyrna, 1891.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 357, n° 22. 



).". 



67 



PHRYGIA 





No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 










Gordian III. 




7168 
PI. 256 


140 


IE 25 


AVK MANTHNI rOPAIANOC€. Head of Gordian to r., laureate : 
border of dots. 




9.07 










f£. €TTIKOPAA€ZANAP; in ex., [<J>l]AOMHA€ River-god Gallos, 

CON 










naked to waist, recumbent to I., holding in r. cornucopiae, and 










across 1. arm reed ; behind him, inverted vase : border of dots. 










(F.R. Wiedemann, Smyrna, 1891.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 358, n° 28. 
Mionnet, IV, p. 352, n°90i. 

Trajan Decius. 




7169 
PI. 256 


125 


JE 25 


AVT Kl M€CKTPAIAA€KIOC€. Bust of Trajan Decius to r., laur- 
eate, wearing cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 




8.10 










VjL. 0IAOMHA€fiN €TT€VTVXO. River-god Gallos, as on preceding 










coin ; B in field ; water flowing from inverted vase, forming a 










stream shewn in the ex . : border of dots. 

(Magnesia, 1891.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 360, n° 39. 
Cf. Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 608, n° 546. 










Prymnessus . 










(Seulun.} 










Situated on a small affluent of the Cayster, some fifteen miles north of 










Synnada on the road from that city to Docimeium (H.N., p. 683). 




, 






Quasi-Autonomous Coins . 




7170 
PI. 256 


72 


MiS 


AHMOC. Bust of young Demos to r., laureate, shoulders draped : 
border of dots. 




4.66 










J$L. nPV MNHCC€ , Zeus enthroned to 1., holding in r. eagle (?) 










and resting with 1. on sceptre : border of dots. 










(A. O. van Lennep, Smyrna, 1895.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 362, n° 10. 
Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 609, n° 549. 



532 — 



PHRYGIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7171 
PI. 256 



128 
8.29 



JE 24 



7172 
Pi. 256 



7i73 



7i74 
Pi. 256 



H3 
8.61 



JE 24 



83 
5-37 



JE 20 



J05 
6.80 



JE 19 



l€PACVN KAHTOC. Young male bust of the Senate to 1., should- 
ers draped : border of dots. 

fyL. TTPYMN HCC€HN. Kybele enthroned to 1., turreted, wearing 
veil and peplos, her r. extended over lion at her feet, her 1. rest- 
ing against tympanum : border of dots. 

(N. Dimitriou, 1902.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 363, no 11 (PI. xlii, 9). 
Cf. Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 609, n° 550. 

BOYAH. Bust of Boule to r., laureate, shoulders draped : border of 
dots. 

tyL. FFPVMN HCC6HN. Dikaiosyne standing to L, wearing kalathos, 

long chiton and peplos, holding in r. scales, and in 1. two ears of 

corn . 

(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 

Bust of young Dionysos to r., crowned with ivy, shoulders draped : 
border of dots. 

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

(Magnesia, 1891.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 369, n° 2. 

Imperial Coinage. 
Nero. 

C€BA CTOC Bust of young Nero to r., bare-headed, in cuirass 
and paludamentum : border of dots. 



533 



PHRYGIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7175 

PL 256 



7176 
PL 256 



7177 
PL 256 



47 
3.04 



JE 16 



250 
16.20 



JE 29 



98 
6.35 



JE24. 



fy. C€BACTHNnN IOYAIOC AIONVCIOC. Zeus enthroned to 1., 

holding in r. eagle, and resting with 1. on sceptre : border of 

dots. 

(F.R. Wiedemann, Smyrna, 1893.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 373, n° 26 (PL xliii, 10). 

Agrippina Junior. 

C6BA CTHNHN. Bust of Agrippina Junior to r., draped : border 
of dots. 

1$L. IOYAIOC AIONYCIOC Eagle standing to r. on thunderbolt, 

head turned to 1. : border of dots. 

(Rollin & Feuardent, 1890.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 369, n° 1 ; PL xliii, 3. 

Julia Domna. 

IOYAIA AO MNA C€BACTH. Bust of Julia Domna tor.: border 
of dots. 

fy. C€ 5J£™ in ex., €171 AOYKIAAIOV ANTHNIOV APX. Askle- 

pios standing to r., head I., 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. 

€TACKA. Bust of Geta Caesar to r., bare-headed, in cuirass 

and paludamentum. 

tyL C€BAC [THN]nN. The god Men, in Phrygian cap and hima- 

tion over lower limbs and r. arm, and with crescent behind 

shoulders, standing to r., with one foot on bucranium, holding 

in 1. pine-cone, and resting with r. on spear : border of dots. 

(A. O. van Lennep, Smyrna, 1892.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 37s, n° 37. 
Cf. Mionnet, IV, p. 399, n° 152. 



534 



PHRYGIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7I 7 8 



7179 
PI. 256 



7180 
PI. 256 



JE 19 



5.05 



86 
5 57 



/E 20 



"9 

7-7i 



JE 22 



Synaiis . 

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

close to Ancyra, in the district called Abbai'tis in Western Phrygia (H. 

N., p. 685"). 

Quasi-Autonomous Coins. 

I6PA CYN KAHTOC. Young male bust of the Senate to r., should- 
ers draped : border of dots. 

tyL. [€ni]AIOT€NO CYNAITH. Dionysos standing towards 1., 

naked to waist, himation over lower limbs, holding in r. kan- 

tharos, and resting with 1. 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. 

N[€PG0]Ne€OC [ArPinn €INA 9€A. Head of Nero to 1., bare, 
and bust of Agrippina to r., face to face : border of dots. 

$L. EniMHTPOOANOYC [CYNA6ITG0N]. Apollo, naked, standing 

to r. on tip-toe, and gazing at the mark at which he has just shot 

an arrow from his bow held in his 1. at arm's length ; his r. is 

drawn back to his ear : border of dots. 

(D r F. Imhoof-BIumer, 1 895 .) 
B.M.Cat., p. 389, no 13 (PI. xlv, 8;. 
Mionnet, IV, p. 363, n° 957. 
Imhoof, Monti, gr., p. 413, n° 157. 

Synnada . 

This city stood in a plain and was of considerable importance as a sta- 
tion on the road from Apameia to the north and east (H . N., p. 685). 

After B.C. 133. 
Head of Zeus to r., laureate; behind, sceptre : border of dots. 

J$L. _ . Pilei of the Dioskuri surmounted bv stars; 

^ M IOY 

between them, poppy-head and ear of corn side by side. 

(Osman Nouiy Bey, 1905.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 393, no 5. 



5 35 



PHRYGIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


7181 
PI. 256 


56 


JE 19 


Z€YC nANAHNOC Bust of Zeus to r. 

1$L. CVNNAA6HN IHNHN. Mountain of conical form and rocky 


3.62 








(Mt. Persis?) : border of dots. 








(Dr Imhoof, 1 891.) 








Imhoof, Monn. gr., p. 413, n° 157 ; Choix, PI. vi, n° 194. 








* This coin is later in date and goes with n° 7186, etc. 








Quasi-Autonomous Coins. 








Time of Augustus . 


7182 
PI. 256 


49 


JE 15 


KPACCOY. Eagle, with open wings, standing towards r. with head 
turned to 1. : border of dots. 


3.17 








I$L. CY[NN]AA€nN. Owl facing, wings closed, standing on 








amphora lying on its side. 

(A. Sambon, Florence, 1889.) 








Cf. for type, B.M.Cat., p. 393, n° 8. 


7183 

PI. 256 


41.5 


JE 15 


0YNNA POC. Heroic bearded head to r., wearing taenia : border 
of dots. 


2.69 








1$L. CYNNAA6HN. Owl standing on amphora lying on its side : 








border of dots. 








(0. Noury Bey, 1904.) 








Imhoof, Gr. Mun^en, p. -?— , n° 742b. 








Time of Claudius. 


7184 

PI. 257 


50 


JE 15 


Bust of Athene to r., in crested helmet and aegis : border of dots. 
T$L. CYNNA A6HN. Owl standing on amphora lying on its side : 


3.24 








border of dots. 








(Whittall sale, 1884.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 394, n° 11. 








Mionnet, IV, p. 365, n° 96s. 








From Claudius to Gallienus. 


7185 

PI. 257 


82 


JE 24 


BOYAH (to r.). Bust of Boule to r., veiled and laureate : border of 
dots. 


5-3i 



536 - 



PHRYGIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION' 



7186 

PI. 257 



7187 

PI. 257 



7188 
PI. 257 



58 

3-75 



JE 18 



346 

22.42 



^34 



138 

•94 



vE 27 



tyL. CVNNA A€flN. Dikaiosyne wearing kalathos, standing to 1., 

holding scales and cornucopiae : border of dots. 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 
Cf. B.M. Cat., PI. xlvi, 9 ; p. 396, n° 22. 



Bust of Sarapis to r., wearing modius, shoulders draped : border 
of dots. 

tfL. CYNNA [A€nNljflNnN. Mountain of conical form and rocky : 

border of dots. 

(Osman Noury Bey, 1905.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 396, n° 26 (PI. xlvi, ii). 
Cf. Inihoof, Momi.gr., p. 413, n° 157. 



Imperial Coinage. 
Lucius Verus. 

AY KAI A AVPOVHPOC. Bust of L. Verus tor., laureate, in 
cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 

CYWAAE 



fyL. EninPY K AOriCKATTAAOV; in ex., 



HN 



Temple- 



front of eight columns, within which statue of Dionysos, naked, 
towards 1., resting on thyrsos : border of dots. 

(Bunbury sale, 1896.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 401, n° 50. 
Mionnet, S. VII, p. 369, n° 992. 

Gordian III. 

AYT-KM.AN TOPAIANOC Bust of Gordian to r., laureate, in 
cuirass and paludamentum. 

I£. APX.AA€Z.AmN.APXI€P|.B. CYNNA I A€flN. Amaltheia, 

turreted, in long chiton, standing to front, head r., resting with 

her r. on sceptre, and carrying on her 1. arm infant Zeus ; at her 

feet, goat looking upwards. 

(Magnesia 1891.) 
B.M. Cat., p. 403, n° 57. 
Mionnet, S. IV, p. 624, n° 600. 



53' 



PHRYGIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7 l8 9 
PI. 257 



235 

15.22 



JE 31 



7190 



118 

7.64 



JE 26 



7191 
pi. 257 



142 
9.20 



.€23 



Gallienus. 

AYTKAITTAIKTAAAHNOC; in field, C€B. Bust of Gallienus to 
r., laureate, in cuirass 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 two 
columns raised on three steps : border of dots. 

(Bunbury sale, 1896.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 405, n° 65 (PI. xlvii, 4). 
Mionnet, IV, p. 370, n° 998. 

Salonina. 
KOPCA AH NIN. Bust of Salonina to r. 

I$L. CVNNA A€HN. Amaltheia, with infant Zeus and goat, as on 

n° 7188 : border of dots. 

(A.O. van Lennep, Smyrna, 1892.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 405, n°68. 

Temenothyrae Flaviopolis. 

(Ushak.) 

A station on the old Royal Road from Smyrna to the East, situated near 
the sources of the Hippurius (?) in the highlands to the north of the great 
plain (H.N.,p. 686). 

Quasi-Autonomous Coins. 

Time of M. Aurelius. 

I€PA CYN KAHTOC. Young male bust of the Senate to r., should- 
ers draped : border of dots. 

fy. ETTI ATYAn THM€NOOVP€n. The god Men, standing towards 

1., in Phrygian cap, short chiton and cloak, and with crescent 

behind shoulders, holding in r. pine-cone and resting with 1. on 

spear : border of dots. 

(Bunbury sale, 1896.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., PI. xlvii, 7. 
Mionnet, IV, p. 148, n° 838. 



- 538 



PHRYGIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION- 








Time of Gordian. 


7192 
PI. 257 


153 


JE 29 


I€PA BOYAH. Bust of Boule to r., veiled : border of dots. 

I£. 56N0OIA0C APXATHM€NOVP€VCI. Zeus enthroned to 1., 


9.91 








naked to waist, wearing himation over lower limbs, holding in 








r. phiale, and resting with 1. on sceptre : border of dots. 








(Billoin sale, Paris, 1886.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 409, n° 9. 
Mionnet, IV, p. 148, n° 839. 








Time of Philip. 


7193 
PI. 257 


99 


JE 23 


OAABI OnOAIC. Bust of City-goddess to r., turreted and draped : 
border of dots. 


6.41 








#,. N6IKOMAXOC APXI6TH, and in inner circle, M€NO 9VP6VCI. 








Hermes, naked but for chlamys hanging over 1. arm, standing to 








front, holding in r. purse, and in 1. caduceus : border of dots. 








(W.S. Lincoln, 1888.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 411, no 15 (PI. xlvii, 12). 








Imperial Coinage. 








Severus Alexander. 


7194 
PI. 257 


475 


JE 38 


AYT KAIMAYP C6BAA6-... OC. Bust of Severus Alexander to r., 
laureate, wearing cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 


30.77 








^L. [MAPKOC] APX ATHM6NO 0VlP€VCI]. Herakles, naked, 








standing to front, his r. hand resting on the back of his head ; 








holding club and lion-skin in 1. ; behind him, tree of the Hespe- 








rides, round the trunk ot which a serpent twines (indistinct). 








(Macridi Pacha, 1892.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 413, n° 26. 








Valerian . 


719) 


93 


JE 25 


AYKnOAIKBAA€PIANOC. Bust of Valerian tor., laureate, wear- 
ing cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 


6.02 



— 539 



68 



PHRYGIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7196 
PI. 257 



430 
27.86 



JE 41 



7197 
Pi. 257 



JE 21 



5.70 



ev 

fy. TITIANOC APXI€P€VCTHM€NO ; in field 1. ^ . Zeus-Sarapis 

N 

standing towards 1., r. arm raised, holding in 1. long sceptre : 

border of dots. 

(F. R. Wiedemann, Smyrna, 1893.) 

Temenothyrae-Sebaste . 

Alliance Coin. 

Valerian and Gallienus. 

AYKTTOAIOYAA€PIANOC 

AYKATTOAIKI • Busts, face to face, of Valerian to i\, 

TAAAIHNOC 

radiate, and of Gallienus to 1., laureate, each in cuirass and 
paludamentum : border of dots. 

tyL. 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, and resting 

on spear, and carrying in their 1. hands each a sceptre : border 

of dots. 

(J.P.Lambros, 1889.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 417, n° 42 (PI. mi, 7). 

Themisonium. 

Originally a Seleucid foundation in the valley of the upper Indus and 
its affluent the Ca^anes (H.N., p. 687). 

Quasi-Autonomous Coins. 

AVK-CHZON. Bust, radiate, of Lykabas Sozon to r., shoulders 
draped : border of dots. 

^" e€ KAZCANH nN; River -g° d (Kazanes), recumbent to 1., 



— 540 — 



PHRYGIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7198 
PL 2)7 



7199 
PI. 257 



7200 
PI. 257 



50 

3.24 



5.05 



80 

5 ii 



JE 18 



JE 21 



JE 21 



wearing himation over lower limbs, holding in r. reed, and rest- 
ing with 1. on inverted vase : border of dots. 

(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. 

AHMOC. Youthful head of Demos to r. : border of dots. 

fyl. TIB6PIO T70AIT. Apollo, naked, standing to ]., with branch 

in r. hand, 1. resting on long sceptre : border of dots. 

(L. & L. Hamburger, 1888.) 
Cf. Mionnet, IV, p. 372, n° 1005. 

AH MOC. Similar. 

fyL. TIB€PIO nOA€ITnN. Apollo, as on last coin, holding laurel- 
branch in r. and resting r. on column : border of dots. 

(Bunbury sale, 1896.) 
Mionnet, IV, p. 372, n° 1005. 

I€PA CVNK[AHTOC]. Young male bust of the Senate to r., 
shoulders draped : border of dots. 

fy. I"€POV (1.), BOVA1H] (in ex.), TIB€[PIOnOA€ITnN] (around). 

Standing figures ofGerousia and Boule, face to face, each in long 

chiton with peplos; Gerousia veiled, and Boule holding cadu- 

ceus(?) in raised r.: border of dots. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1892.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 421, n° 2 (PI. xlix, 7). 

Trajanopolis. 

A city of the Grimenothyreis, about four miles from Grimenothyrae (H '. 
N., p. 688). 



— 54i 



PHRYGIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Quasi -Autonomous Coins. 








Trajan-Car acalla . 


7201 
PI. 257 


30 


JE 17 


Bust of Athene to 1., wearing crested Corinthian helmet and aegis : 
border of dots. 


I.94 








tyL. TRAIANO TTOAITHN. Cultus-statue of Artemis-Ephesia to 








front : border of dots. 

(Athens, 1885.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 426, n° 12 (PI. l, 5). 


7202 


35 


JE 14 


Bust of young Herakles to r., laureate, lion-skin round neck : 
border of dots. 


2.26 








J$L. TRAIANO n OAITHN. Nike advancing to r., holding wreath 








and palm. 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 427, n° 14 (PI. l, 6). 








Imperial Coinage. 








Trajan . 


7203 


136 


JE26 


AVT KAICAP TPAIANOC. Head of Trajan to r.. laureate : border 
of dots. 


8.81 








T$L. TPAIANO nOAITHN. Zeus Laodikeus, in long chiton and 








himation, standing to 1., holding on r. eagle, and resting with 








1. on sceptre. 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 427, n° 19 (PI. l, 8). 








Hadrian. 


7204 


42 


JE 15 


AAPIANOC KAICAP. Bust of Hadrian to r., laureate : border of 
dots. 


2.72 








$L. TPAIANOnOA • Athene standing to r., helmeted, 1. hand 








resting on shield placed on the ground, with r. holding spear : 








border of dots. 

(Aslanoglou, Smyrna, 1893.) 

Babelon, Inv. Waddington, p. 392, n° 6588. 

• 



— 542 — 



LYCIA 



— 543 - 



LYCIA 



LYCIA 

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

Babelon, E, Traite des monnaies grecques et romaines, Paris, 1 901-1925 

Id. Les Perses Achimenides , 1893. 

Id. Inventaire de la Collection 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 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7205 
PI. 258 



7206 
PI. 258 



7207 

PI. 258 



7208 
PI. 258 



M4- 6 
9-37 



146 
9.46 



_L44_2 
9-34 



139-5 
9.04 



LYCIA 

Series I. 

Circ. B. C. 520-480. 
(A). With irregular incuse reverse. 

JR. 19 Forepart of boar to r. ; r. foreleg visible. 

tyL. Rude incuse square. — Stater. 

B.M.Cat., p. 1. n« 1 (PI. 1, 1). 

Babelon, PI. xxi, 1. 

Dressel, Zeit.f. Num., xxn, p. 243, n° 40. 

Jameson Cat., PI. lxxix, 1572. 

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

JR. 22 Forepart of boar to 1., both legs visible ; neck dotted ; truncation 
marked with row of dots between parallel lines; on shoulder^. 

fy.. Rude incuse square, decorated with four lines which cross in the 
centre. — Stater. 

(Whittall sale, 1884.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 2, n° 6 (PI. 1, 5). 
Cf. Babelon, PI. 1, 7. 
Cf. Jameson Cat., PI. lxxix, 1573. 

JR. 18 Similar ; on shoulder, KV. 

J$L. Similar, bars forming two triangles, one of which is filled. — 
Stater. 

(Lord Ashburnham sale, 1895.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 2, no 8 (PI. i, 6). 
Cf. Babelon, PI. xxi, 8. 

JR. 19 Similar; no letter. 

T$L. Incuse square with two lines crossing in centre ; on three 

sides, projections ; chisel-cut. — Stater. 

(Sotheby sale, 29 June 1887.) 
B.M. Cat., p. 2 no 10 (PI. 1,8). 
Cf. Babelon, PI. xxi, 12. 



— 545 



LYCIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


7209 
PI. .258 


39.8 


JR. 15 


Forepart of boar to r., with beaded collar. 

}$L. Incuse square with two lines crossing in centre, and alternate 


2.58 








raised and incuse compartments. — Tetrobol. 








(A.O. van Lennep, Smyrna, 1895.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., PI. 1,9. 


7210 
PI. 258 


36 


JR. 14 


Similar ; type to 1. 

J$L. Similar; eight compartments. — Tetrobol. 

(G. Louisides, 1907.) 


2.33 


72 1 1 
PI. 258 


143-7 


JR 18 


Forepart of boar to 1. 

1$L. Incuse square with two lines crossing, two of the triangles 


9.31 








partly filled with projections ; in free triangle 0, and in one of 








the partly filled M. — Stater. 

(W.S. Lincoln, 1 889.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 3, n° 13 (PI. 1, 11). 
Cf. Babelon, PI. xxi, 13. 








Series II. 








Circ. B.C. 500-460. 








Boar-Tortoise. 


7212 
PI. 238 


i4i-5 


A21 


Boar walking to r. : within square of dots. 

1$L. Tortoise, in dotted incuse square. — Stater. 


9.17 








Restruck on a coin of Acanthus. 

(W.Webster, 1880.) 

B.M.Cat., p. 4, n° 17 (PI. 1, 14). 
Babelon, Perses Achem., PI. xi, 12. 








Six, Monn. Lye, p. 23, n° 62. 








Jameson Cat., PI. lxxix, i 574. 


7213 
PI. 258 


137.6 


A21 


Forepart of boar to 1. in dotted square. Restruck on a coin which 
shewed boar complete. 


8.92 








fyL. Similar. — Stater. 

(W.C. Thieme, Leipzig, 1891.) 
Restruck on a coin of Acanthus. 



— 546 — 



LYCIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Boar-BulFs head. 


7214 

PL 258 


141.3 


JK21 


Boar standing to r. on dotted exergual line : border of dots. 

J$L. Bull's head facing; on either side X : within incuse square. — 


9. 16 








Stater. 








(W.C. Weight, 1892.) 
B.M.Cat.,p. 5, n° 23 (PL 11, 2). 








Babelon, PL xxn, 14. 








Jameson Cat., PL lxxix, 1575. 








Bull -Ram's bead. 


7215 
PL 258 


142.5 


^.23 


Bull kneeling to r., head reverted : border of dots. 

fyL. Ram's head to 1. : in dotted incuse square. Restruck. — Stater. 


9.23 








(Whittall sale, 1884.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 5, no 24 (PL 11, 3). 








Cf. Babelon, PL xxn, 19. 








Cf. Jameson Cat., PL lxxix, 1577. 








Imhoof, Monti. Gr., p. 329, n° 27 ; Cboix, PL v, 158. 








Boar-Hclmeted head. 


7216 
PL 258 


138.5 


JR. 19 


Boar, standing to 1. on dotted line, rooting with snout to ground ; 
dotted line on neck. 


8.97 








tyL. Bearded male head to 1., in crested Corinthian helmet ; hair 








represented by dots ; truncation of neck dotted : the whole in 








dotted incuse square. — Stater. 








(J.P.Lambros, 1896.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 5, no 28 (PL 11, 7). 








Babelon, PL xxn, 22 ; Perses Achem., p. 66, n° 448 (PL xi, 18). 








Series III. 








Circ. B.C. 500-460. 

Forepart of Boar-Triskelcs. 


7217 
PI. 258 


146.5 


JK20 


Forepart of boar to r., with long bristles ; both legs visible. 

fyL Triskeles to r. in linear square, within incuse square. — Stater. 


9-49 








(Macridi Pacha, 1892.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 6, n° 29 (PL 11, 8). 








Babelon, Traite, PL xxi, 20. 



— 547 — 



69 



LYCIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


7218 
PI. 258 


19 


M. 11 


Similar; exergual line. 

I^L Triskeles tol. in dotted square, within incuse square. — Diobol. 


I .23 








(G.Louisides, 1907.) 








Lion- Triskeles. 


7219 

PI. 258 


135-3 


A20 


Lion to 1. devouring the haunch of an animal. 

T$L. Triskeles to r., in dotted square : the whole in incuse square. — 


8.77 








Stater. 

(J.P.Lambros, 1896.) 
G.F.Hill, B. M. Cat., Lycia, Int. xxix; PI. xliv, 2 (this coin). 








Series IV. 








Thiban ? 


7220 
PI. 258 


41 .2 


^15 


Circ. B.C. 480. 
Boar walking to 1. 


2.67 








tyL. VM33x. Cock's heads triskeles, in linear square : within 








incuse square. — Tetrobol. 

(J.P.Lambros, 1896.) 

G.F.Hill, B. M. Cat., Lycia, Int. xxix ; PI. xliv, 3, and note on p. 9 (this 








coin). 








Kuprili. 








Circ. B.C. 450-430. 


7221 
PI. 258 


39-5 


2&14 


Goat standing to r. 

tyL. KOPP AA. Triskeles to 1., in dotted square : within incuse 


2.56 








square. — Tetrobol. > 

(J.P.Lambros, 1896.) 

Six, Monn. Lye, 1887, 11° 141. 


7222 
PI. 258 


20.4 


iRl2 


Forepart of winged human-headed bull, with 1. foreleg bent under 
him. 


1 .32 








^6. KOr. Triskeles to r., in dotted square : within incuse square. — 








Diobol. 

(Whittall sale, 1884.) 
Six, p. 41, no 145. 



548 



LYCIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION' 


7223 
PI. 258 


122.2 


A20 


Heads and necks of two bulls, r. and 1., conjoined. 

fyL. HO>l. Triskeles to 1., in dotted incuse circle. — Stater. 


7.92 








(J.P.Lambros, 1896.) 








Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 15, no 71 (PI. iv, 13). 








Uvug. . . 








Circ. B.C. 470-440. 


7224 
PI. 258 


42.5 


JR. 14 


Forepart of winged human-headed bull to r. 

fyL. OFOV. Female (?) head to r., hair falling in mass behind 


2.75 








neck : the w hole in dotted incuse square. — Tetrobol. 








(Gian Luisides, 1905.) 








B. M. Cat., p. 16, n° 7} (PI. iv, 15). 








Jameson Cat., PI. lxxix, 1581. 








Forepart of winged boar. 


7225 


10 


JR. 9 


fyL. Archaic head of Athene to r., in plain Corinthian helmet, 
within incuse square. — Obol. 


O.64 








(Constantinople, 1907.) 








Cf. B. M. Cat., PI. iv, 19 (but uncertain attribution). 








Taththivaibi. 








Circ. B.C. 480-460. 


7226 

PI. 258 


I3O.4 


J&19 


Two cocks opposite to one another ; between them ± : the whole 
on a raised circular shield. 


8.45 








J$L. Tt ■" EF tE. Tetraskeles to r., in dotted square : within 








incuse square. — Stater. 

(W.T. Ready, 1896.) 
Head, Hist. Num., p. 691. 


7227 
PI. 258 


130 


J&18 


Forepart of boar to 1., both legs visible. 

fyl. Tt-xE Ft E BE. Tetraskeles to 1. : the whole in dotted 


8.42 








square. — Stater. 

(J.P.Lambros, 1896.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 18, n°85 (PI. v, 4). 








Babelon, PI. xevm, 8. 



— 549 — 



LYCIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7228 
PI. 258 



152 
9.85 



JK 19 



7229 
P1.2S8 



153 

9.91 



7230 
PI. 259 



129. 1 

"8777 



^.19 



vRi9 



Female head to 1. (Aphrodite ?), hair fastened by band passing 
three times round head, and caught up behind ; wears earring 
and necklace : truncation of neck dotted. 

B6. Tt ■■ EF tE BE.Tetraskeles to 1. : the whole in dotted incuse 

square. — Stater. 

(J.P.Lambros, 1894.) 

B. M. Cat., p. 20, n° 90 (PI. v, 9). 

Babelon, PI. xcvm, 17. 

Id., Perses Acbem., p. 69, n° 471 (PL xm, 11). 

Jameson Cat., PI. lxxix, 1584. 



Sppndaza. 

of Antiphellus (?) 

Circ. B.C. 470-450. 

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

l^L. SPITMF. Tetraskeles to 1. : the whole in dotted incuse 

square. — Stater. 

(Montagu sale, March, 1896.) 

Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 21, no 96 (PI. v, is). 

Bab., PI. xcvm, 24. 

Kharai. 
As Dynast of Xanthus. 

Circ. B.C. 450-410. 

Head of Athene to 1., in crested Athenian helmet, adorned with 
quadriga, olive-leaves and floral volute. 

T$L. VtPTE (tol.). Head of bearded Satrap to r., in Persian head- 
dress : the whole in incuse square. — Stater. 

(J . P . Lambross, 1896.) 
G.F.Hill, Num. Chron., 1920, p. 113 (PI. xiv, 11). 



— 550 — 



LYCIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7231 
PL 2)9 



7232 
PI. 259 



7233 
PI. 259 



7234 
PI. 259 



32-9 
2.13 



iRi3 



148.9 
9.64 



^23 



121. 8 
7.89 



^23 



9-5 
0.62 



JR. 9 



Head of Athene to r. in crested Athenian helmet; behind, 1<. 

J$L. Head of bearded Satrap to r. in Persian headdress, within 
circle of dots : the whole in incuse circle. — Tetrobol. 

(W.T. Ready, 1885.) 

Khariga. 
As Dynast of Xanthus. 

Cite. B.C. 4 10. 

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

fy. ¥1TPEY LP] [Fjt + ITtl[E]. Tetraskeles to r., members of 
which divide the legend ; within inner ring, owl standing to 
1., 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. 

Head of Athene to 1., in crested Athenian helmet : border of 
dots. Chisel cut. 

tyL. 3i^1IOT1A (to r.). Head of bearded Satrap to r. in Persian 

headdress, within dotted circle, in incuse circle. — Stater. 

(J. P. Lambros, 1896.) 
B. M. Cat., Int. xxxvi, note; PI. xliv, 10 (this coin). 
Babelon, p. 287, n° 389 bis (this coin). 

Uncertain Dynast. 
Circ. B.C. 400. 

Head of Athene to r., in crested Athenian helmet : circle of dots. 



55' 



LYCIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








fyL. Head of bearded Satrap to r., inmitra : circle of dots. — Obol. 








(Gian Louisides, 1905.) 
Cf. Babelon PI. xcix, 10. 








Khin... 








Circ. B.C. 405-395. 


7235 
PI. 259 


151 


JKiS 


Pegasos with curved wings flying to 1. ; below, goat's head to 1. 

J$L. Triskeles to r., in dotted incuse square. — Stater. 

(T. Ready ; from United Service Institution Sale, 1896 ; ex Fellows Cabinet, 
Lycian Coinage, PI. xvi, 1). 

B. M. Cat., p. 27, n° 122 (PI. vn, 7). 


9.78 








Series V. 








Mithrapata. 








Circ. B.C. 390. 


7236 
PI. 259 


I5I-7 


JK26 


Lion's scalp facing. 

]$L. [M]E*PPP. Triskeles to 1. ; in third angle, ear of corn : the 

whole in incuse square. — Stater. 

(Gen* Moore sale, 1889; lot., 403.) 
Cf. Babelon PI. en, 23. 
Cf. Six, Monn. Lye, p. 68, n° 234. 


9.83 








Trbbanimi. 








Dynast of Limyra. 








Circ. B.C. 390-385. 


7237 
PI. 259 


152.6 


^.24 


Lion's scalp facing. 

fyL. [T] P B. Triskeles to 1. ; in second angle, club : within incuse 

square. — Stater. 

(A. Sambon, Florence, 1889.) 

B. M. Cat., p. 34, no 145 (PI. vm, 12). 

Jameson Cat., PI. lxxix, 1588. 

Babelon, PI. cm, 9. 


9.87 



— 552 



LYCIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


7238 
PI. 259 


43-5 


^Ri7 


Lion's scalp facing. 

fyL. TPB BWNEME. Triskeles ro 1., in incuse circle. — Tetrobol. 


2.82 








(Gian Louisides, 1907.) 








B. M. Cat., p. 34, n° 147 (PI. vm, 14). 


7239 
PI. 259 


43-4 


JR. 17 


Similar. 

fy.. TPB [BWN EME. Similar. — Tetrobol. 

(Macridi Pacha, 189 5.) 
Babelon, PI. cm, 13. 


2.81 








Va<1 . . . 








Circ. B.C. 385-380. 


7240 


151. 8 


^23 


Lion's scalp facing. 


PI. 259 


9.84 




fyL. TtA. Triskeles to 1. : the whole in incuse circle. — Stater. 

(Rollin & Feuardent, 1892.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 35, n° 152 (PI. vm, 18). 
Bahelon, PI. cm, 16. 

Parikla. 
Dynast of Limyra and King of Lvcia. 

Circ. B.C. 380-362. 


7241 

PI. 259 


44 3 


JK16 


Lion's scalp facing. 

tyL. TtP lEK] At. Triskeles to 1., in incuse circle. — Tetrobol. 


2.87 








(Whittall sale, 1884.) 
Cf. Babelon, PI. civ, 13. 


7242 

PI. 259 


40.2 


JR. 15 


Similar. 

f$L. PtP EK At. Similar. — Tetrobol. 

fCarfrae sale, 1901.) 


2.60 


7243 

PI. 259 


43 


.R14 


Similar. 

I^L. [rtj P EK At. Similar. — Tetrobol. 


2.78 








(Gian Louisides, 1907.) 



553 



LYCIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


7244 
PI. 259 


33 


JE 13 


Head of young Pan tol., horned. 
fy. Pf PE KA. Triskeles to 1. 


2.13 








(Whittall sale, 1884.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 36, n° 157. 


7245 
PI. 259 


32 


JE 12 


Similar. 

$L. • T PE K... Similar. 


2.07 








(Gian Louisides, 1907.) 


7246 


35 


JE 13 


Similar. 

fy. Pt-.-KA. Similar. 


2.26 








(Gen 1 Moore sale, 1889.) 


7247 


33 


JE 11 


Similar. 


2.13 








(G. Louisides, 1905.) 


7248 
PI. 259 


16 


JE 10 


Forepart of goat springing to 1. 
fy. PtPEKA. Triskeles to 1. 


1 .23 








(Dr Imhoof, 189s.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 37, n° 164. 








Fellows, PI. vi, 8. 








Babelon, PL civ, 20. 


7249 


15 


JE 12 


Similar. 
I$L. Similar. 


0.97 








(Gian Louisides, 1905.) 








Babelon, Perses Achem., p. 79, n° 539. 








Uncertain Satraps. 








Circ. B.C. 425-385. 


7250 
PI. 259 


37.8 


^.13 


Winged male figure, wearing drapery from the waist down- 
wards, kneeling to r. on r. knee, wearing peculiar headdress ot 


2.45 








plumes, holding sceptre or caduceus in front of him. 








fyL. Griffin standing to 1., r. forepaw raised ; within dotted square, 








in incuse square. — Tetrobol. 








(Whittall sale, 1884 ; lot. 1280.) 








Cf. Imhoof, Monti. Gr., p. 356, n° 28; Choix, PI. v, n°i79. 








Attributed to Mallus, by Sir Hermann Weber, on the authority of D r Imhoof. 



— 554 — 



LYCIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


7251 

PI. 259 


22 


JR. 10 


Hermes, beardless, winged, kneeling on 1. knee to 1., r. hand rais- 
ed*. 


I.42 








tyL. Lion to 1., looking backward, with r. forefoot raised ; 








above 2. — Diobol. 

(G. Louisides, 1907.) 
Cf. Babelon, Perses Achhn., p. 82, n° 554 (PI. xv, 26). 








* Babelon ascribes this coin to an uncertain satrap, circ. B.C. 460, and gives 
Pamphvlia as the place of mintage. 








Series VI. 








Lycia in genere. 








Imperial Coinage. 
Claudius. 


725 I A 
PI. 259 


133-4 


/E 24 


TIBEPIOIKAAYAI02 KAIIAP IEBAITOI. Head of Claudius 
to 1. 


8.64 








$L. TEPMANIKOI AYTO KPATHP TTATHP fTATPIAOI. Arte- 








mis wearing short chiton, standing to r., holding torch in r. and 








Nike on 1. ; at her feet, a stag to r. looking up : border of dots. 








(Spink, 1889.) 








Domitian. 


7252 
PI. 259 


52.3 


-/K20 


AVT KAIC AOMITIANOCCEBACTOCTEPM. Head of Domitian 
to r., laureate : border of dots. 


3-39 








tyL. €TOYC[lA] YTTATOY IZ. Lyre (kithara); in field tor., branch 
of laurel, 

(G. Louisides, 1907.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 39, n° 6. 








Autonomous (chiefly post- Alexandrine), Federal, and Impe- 








rial Coinage of the towns of Lycia. 








Arycanda. 
(Aruf.) 








Imperial Coinage. 








Gordianus Pius. 


7253 
PI. 259 


198 


JE 32 


...MANT TOPAIANOC C€B. Bust of Gordian III to r., laureate, 
wearing cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 


12.83 



— 555 



70 



LYCIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








T$L. APY KAN A € CON. Deity (Sozon ?) wearing sleeved short 








chiton, chlamys over shoulders, trousers, and radiate Phrygian 








cap, riding to r. on horseback, brandishing club in r. : border 








of dots. 

(A. Lawson, Smyrna, 1891.) 

B. M. Cat., p. 45, n° 6 (PI. x, 5). 
Mionnet, III, p. 433, n° 12. 








Balbura. 

(Katara.) 








Imperial Coinage. 








Caligula. 


7254 
PI. 259 


80 


JE 19 


TAIOC CEBACTOC. Head of Caligula to r., bare. 

BAABOY 
"EjL, p cn ^ • Herakles nude, standing, facing ; holds in r. club; 


5.18 








over 1. arm lion-skin. 

(Bunbury sale, 1897.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 46, n° 3. 








Choma. 








First Century B . C. 


7255 
PL 259 


51 


JE16 


Head of Zeus to I., laureate. 

fyL. XC1. Horseman, wearing crested helmet, and chlamys flying 


3.3O 








behind shoulders, riding to r., brandishing club in r. 








(O. Noury Bey, 1906.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 49, n° 1 (PL xi, 1). 


- 






Cragus. 








{District.) 
Circ. B.C. 81 — Imperial Times. 


7256 


25.5 


^R.16 


Head of Apollo to r., laureate; hair in formal curls ; in field, AY. 
T$L. Lyre (kithara); in field KP ; to I., branch ; to r., star : the 


I.65 








whole in incuse square. — Drachm. 

(W. Webster.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 52, no 7. 



- 556 



LYCIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


72)7 
PI. 259 


27.6 


JKl$ 


Similar. 

1$L. Similar; in field 1., eagle standing on omphalos to r., looking 


i-79 








to 1. — Drachm. 








(J. Sanders sale, 1887.) 








Similar. 


7258 
PI. 259 


25 -5 


jK 15 


J$L. Similar; in field 1., branch with fillets. — Drachm. 

(Webster sale, 1886.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 52, n° 7. 


1.65 


7259 


23 


JK16 


Similar. 




1.49 




!}£.. Similar; no symbol. — Drachm. 

(J. Louisides, 1907.) 


7260 
Pi. 260 


29 


JE 16 


BRONZE. 

AY. Lyre. 


1.88 








fyL. KP. Stag standing to r. 

(Sim sale, 1890.) 
Cf. Mionnet, III, p. 454, n° 21 ; 5. VII, p. 9, 11° 32. 


7261 
PI. 260 


12 


JE 9 


Bust of Artemis to r., with quiver at shoulder. 

AY 
l]L. J' Quiver : border of dots. 


0.77 








(Whittall sale, 1884.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 53, PI. xi, 13. 


7262 
PI . 260 


38 


JE 16 


Similar ; type to 1. : border of dots. 

^L. K P. Quiver with strap : border of dots around plain border. 


2.46 








(Sim sale, 1890.) 


7263 


48 


JE16 


Similar. 

R£. Similar. 

(Whittall sale, 1884.) 


3. 1 1 








Imperial Times. 


7264 

PI. 260 


50 


JE 17 


AY. Bust of Artemis to r., hair rolled. 

¥)l. Bust of Apollo to r., laureate ; formal curls. 


3.24 








(Greenspan, London, 1901.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., PI. xii, 1. 



— 557 — 



LYCIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


7265 
PI. 260 


76.8 


JE 19 


Similar ; letter Y quite distinct, the first may be a K *. 

R£. KP. Similar. 

(Whittall sale, 1884.) 


4.98 








* This coin was described in the Whittall sale Catalogue as belonging to Kopella 








or Cyaneae. Sir Hermann Weber suggested it to be an Alliance coin ofCragusand 








Cyaneae. 








Imperial Coinage. 








Augustus. 


7266 
PI. 260 


35 


iRi8 


Head of Augustus to r. : plain circle. 

T$L. KP (below). Two trichord lyres side by side ; between them, 


2.26 








palm-branch ; above, star : within plain circle. — Drachm. 








(J. Louisides, 1907.) 








Cyaneae. 








(Ya'u.) 








Imperial Coinage. 








Tranquillina. 


7267 
PI. 260 


280 


M 30 


CABTPANKVAA€INAC€B. Bust of Tranquillina to r., with crescent 
behind shoulders : border of dots. 


18.14 








J$L. KYA N €1 [TflN]. Horseman wearing crested helmet, cuirass, 








and chlamys, galloping to r., throwing javelin with r. 








(Gian Louisides, 1905.) 








Limyra. 








(Duden Su.') 








League Coinage. B.C. 168. — A.D. 43. 


7268 
PI. 260 


45 


iRis 


Head of Apollo to r., laureate; hair rolled. 

J$L. AYKIHN (above). Lyre (kithara); on either side, A 1 ; infield 


2.91 








to 1., crested helmet : the whole in incuse square. — Drachm. 








(J. P. Lambros, 1902.) 

1 



- 558 



LYCIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


7269 
PI . 260 


37.6 


^15 


Similar ; countermark on cheek, quiver. 
tyL. Similar ; no symbol. — Drachm. 


2.44 








(Gian Louisides, 1907.) 








Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 60, n° 4 (PI. xm, 4). 


7270 
PI. 260 


19. I 


m 10 


Head of Apollo to r., laureate *. 

fyL. Bow and quiver in saltire : the whole in incuse square. 


1 .24 








(Fontana sale, Frankfort-on-M., 1888.) 








Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 61, n° 8 (PI. xm, 6). 








* Ascribed to Limyra by D r Rudolf Heberley, of Berlin (for the Corpus). 








Imperial Coinage. 








Gordianus Pius. 


7271 
PI. 260 


IJO 


JE 24 


AYK MANT rOPAIANOC-. Bust of Gordian III to r., wearing 
radiate crown, paludamentum and cuirass : border ot dots. 


9.72 








tyL. AIMVPOC. Bearded River-god recumbent to 1., wearing hima- 








tion over lower limbs, holding in r. reed, and resting 1. elbow 








on reversed vase from which a stream flows : border of dots. 








(Gen 1 Moore sale, 1889.) 








Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 61, n° 11 (PI. xm, 8). 








Cf. Mionnet III, p. 436, n° 30. 








Masicytes. 








(District.) 








League Coinage. 








First series. B.C. 168 — 81. 


7272 
PI. 260 


27.3 


Aij 


Head of Apollo to r., laureate; A on neck. 

fyL. Lyre (kithara); on either side, MA : the whole in incuse square. 


i-77 








— Drachm. 

(Gian Louisides, 1905.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 63, n° 3. 



— 559 — 



LYCIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size . 


DESCRIPTION 








Second series. B.C. 168 — circ. 81. 


7273 
PI. 260 


24.6 


iR 15 


Head of Apollo to r., laureate. 

tyL. M A. Lyre (kithara) ; on either side, star of six rays : the whole 


i-59 








in incuse square. — Drachm. 

(J. Louisides, 1907.) 








Third series. Circ. B. C. 81-27. 


7274 
PI. 260 


29.2 


JB.16 


Head of Apollo to r., laureate ; hair tied in a curl behind neck ; to 
1., AY. 


1.89 








1$L. MA. Lyre (kithara) ; to 1., owl facing : the whole in incuse 








square. — Drachm. 

(Ad. E. Cahn, Frankfort, 1883.) 


7275 
PI. 260 


26.8 


iR 15 


Similar ; no letters visible. 

J$L. Similar ; in field to v., tripod. — Drachm. 


1.74 








(P. Macridi Pacha, 1893.) 








Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 64, n° 14 (PI. xm, 16). 








Fifth series. 


7276 
PI. 260 


28.5 


iRi6 


Head of Apollo to r., bound with taenia ; stiff formal locks and hair 
tied in a curl behind neck ; bow and quiver at shoulder. 


1.85 








tyL. AYKIHN (above). Lyre (kithara) ; on either side, M A : the 








whole in incuse square. — Drachm. 

(J. Sanders sale, 1887.) 








B. M. Cat., p. 65, n° 21 (PI. xm, 18). 


7277 
PI. 260 


11. 5 


An 


Head of Artemis to r., wearing stephane ; bow and quiver at 
shoulder. 


0.75 








AY 
]$L. . Quiver with strap ; to 1., torch : the whole in incuse 
MA 

square. — Quarter Drachm. 

(Gian Louisides, 1907.) 








Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 65, n° 24 (PI. xiv, 1). 



— 560 



LYCIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7278 


58 


PI. 260 


3-75 


7279 


52 


PI. 260 


3 37 


7280 


50.5 


PI. 260 


3.27 


7281 


50 


PI. 260 


3-2-1 



JE 18 



JE 20 



7282 
Pi . 260 



^20 



JR. 18 



29.5 



1. 91 



^.15 



League Coinage. 

BRONZE. 

B.C. 168 — circ. 81. 
Bust of Apollo to r., formal curls; on either side, AY. 

fyL. Head of Artemis to r., wearing stephane and necklace ; behind 

shoulder, bow and quiver ; on either side M A : concave field. 

(Whittall sale, i88.|.) 

Circ. B. C. 81 — Imperial Times. 

Head of Artemis to r. ; bow and quiver at shoulder : border of 
dots. 

Rl. MA. Stag standing to r. : border ot dots. 

(Whittall sale, i88.|.) 

CI'. B. M. Cat., p. 67, 11° 30 (PI. xiv, 4). 

Imperial Coinage. 
Augustus. 

AY. Head of Augustus to r., bare: linear border. 

IjL. MA (below). Two lyres (kitharai); between them, ear of corn : 

border of dots. — Drachm. 

(J. Louisides, 1907.) 

Similar. 

tyL. Similar ; no symbol : border of dots. — Drachm. 

(N. Dimitriou, 1901.) 

Myra. 
(Detnbre.) 

League Coinage. 
B.C. 168 — circ. 81. 

AY. Head ot Apollo to r., laureate. 
- 561 - 



LYCIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








M Y 
J$L. Lyre (kithara) ; on either side, ; in field to 1., hem-hem 








crown : the whole within incuse square. — Drachm. 








(W. H. Waddington.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 69, n° 4 (PI. xiv, 13). 


7283 
PI. 260 


I4.5 


JE 9 


Head of Apollo to r., laureate. 

fyL. MY. Bow r and quiver. 

(Athens, 1897.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., PI. xv, 1. 


O.94 








Circ. B.C. 81 — Imperial Times. 


7284 


62.9 


M 19 


AY. Head of Artemis to r., wearing stephane and necklace ; bow 
and quiver behind shoulder : border of dots. 


4.08 








T$L. MY. Stag standing to r. 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 70, n° 8. 
Mionnet, III, p. 438, n° 43. 


7285 
PI. 260 


52.6 


M 19 


Similar. 

Y$L. Similar; behind stag, hem-hem crown : border of dots. 


3.41 








(Gen 1 Moore sale, 1889.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 70, no 8 (PI. xv, 3). 








Imperial Coinage. 








Gordianus Pius. 


7286 
PI. 260 


262 


JE$o 


AVTKAIM.ANTrOPAIANOCC€B. Bust of Gordian III to r., 
laureate, wearing cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 


16.97 








T$L. MY P € CON. In distyle temple (Ionic), cultus-statue of Arte- 








mis Eleuthera, wearing veil and modius ; at her feet to 1., 








patera : border of dots. 

(Gen 1 Moore sale, 1889.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 71, no 14 (PI. xv, 8). 
Cf. Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 16, no 68. 



— 562 



LYCIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Patara. 








(GeletnishJ) 








League Coinage. 








Circ. B.C. 168 — circ. B.C. 81. 


7287 
PI. 261 


43-4 


iRi9 


Head of Apollo to r., laureate; hair flowing ; bow and quiver be- 
hind neck. 


2.81 








T$L. AYKIHN (above). Lyre (kithara) ; on either side, TTA : the 








whole in incuse square. — Drachm. 








(Whittall sale. 1884.) 








Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 75, n" 1 (PI. xv. 12). 


7288 


39 


iR 15 


Similar. 

T$L. Similar. — Drachm. 


2. 52 








(Gian Louisides, 1907.) 


7289 
PI. 261 


19 


JE 9 


Head of Apollo to r., laureate. 

fyL. p_ nK1 • Head of Artemis to 1., wearing stephane. 


1 .23 








(N. D'miitriou, 1898.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 75, n° 5. 








Imperial Coinage. 








Gordian III. 


7290 
PI. 261 


209.5 


JE 27 


AVT KAIMANTTOPAIANOC C€B. Bust of Gordian to r., laureate, 
wearing paludamentum and cuirass : border of dots. 


13.58 








tyL. TTAT r AP]€CON. Herakles to r. wrestling with Antaeus and 








strangling him. 








(Thcodoridi, 1892.) 
Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 18, n° 73. 








Phaselis. 








(Tchirova.') 








Before circ. B. C. 466. 


7291 
PI. 261 


168.2 


yR 21 


Prow of galley to r., in shape of forepart of boar ; above, two shields. 


10 90 



- 563 - 



7' 



LYCIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








tyL. Incuse square divided by bands into three compartments. — 








Stater. 








(J. P. Lambros, 1892.) 
Cf. Babelon, PI. xxill, 1. 


7292 
PI. 261 


57.8 


iRi5 


Prow of galley in shape of forepart of boar. 

^L. Incuse square, punched. — Tetrobol. 

(Theodoridi, 1892.) 
„*„ This coin should be placed amongst the uncertain. 


3-75 


7293 
PI. 261 


167.7 


/R.20 


Prow of galley to 1., in form of boar's head. 

J$L. ^AZ. Stern of galley : the whole in incuse square. — Stater. 


10.87 








(Whittall sale, 1884.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 79, n° 4 (PI. xvi, 7). 








Cf. Babelon, PI. xxm, 8. 


7294 
PI. 261 


46.5 


iRi3 


Prow of galley to r. ; above •••. 

fyL. 4>AI. Stern of galley : the whole in incuse square. — Tetrobol. 


3.01 








(Whittall sale, 1884; lot 1196.) 








Cf. Babelon, PI. xxm, 10. 








Fourth and Third Centuries B.C. 


7295 
PI. 261 


77-4 


JE 14 


Prow of galley to r. 

^L. <|>AIH. Stem of galley to r. 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 80, n° 5. 


5.02 








League Coinage. 








B.C. 168 — circ. B.C. 81. 


7296 
PI. 261 


40 


iRi5 


Head of Apollo to r., laureate. 

1$L. <|>AZHAI (above). Lyre (kithara) ; to r., lighted torch ; to 1., 


2.59 








hem-hem crown oflsis : the whole in incuse square. — Drachm. 








(J. P. Lambros, 1902.) 








B. M. Cat., p. 81, n° 16 (PI. xvn, 1). 



— 564 



LYCIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


7297 
PI. 261 


37-4 


JR. 14 


Similar. 

J$L. Similar. — Drachm. 


2.42 








(Gen 1 Moore sale, 1889.) 








Circ. B.C. 81 — Imperial Times. 


7298 


72.5 


JE 18 


Prow of galley tor. : above, Nike flying to r. with wreath : border 
of dots. 


4.70 








tyL. <|>A. Athene helmeted standing to r., wearing aegis, hurling 








thunderbolt with r. : border of dots. 








(Whittall sale, 1884.) 
B. M. Cat. p. 82,110 18 (PI. xvii, 3). 


7299 
PI. 261 


80.6 


JE 18 


Prow of galley, without Nike. 

I$L. Similar ; (|> ; the other letter not visible. 


5 .22 








(Sim sale, 1890.) 








Pinara. 








(Minara.) 








League Coinage. 








B.C. 168 — circ. 81. 


7300 

PI. 261 


37.6 


iR 15 


Head of Apollo to r., laureate; hair rolled. 

J$L. n 1. Lyre (kithara) j above, AYKYHN : the whole in incuse 


2.44 








square. — Drachm. 

(J. P. Lambros, 1902.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 84, no 5. 








Rhodiapolis. 








League Coinage. 


7301 
PI. 261 


42.2 


iR 15 


Head of Apollo to r., laureate ; hair flowing. 

fyL. AYKIflN. Lyre (kithara) ; on either side, P ; in field to 1., 


2.73 








torch : the whole in incuse square. — Drachm. 








(W. T. Ready, 1897.) 








Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 85, n° 1 (PI. xvii, 8). 



- 56) 



LYCIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Termessus Minor. 








A colony of the Pisidian Termessus. 








See under Pisidia, where these coins will be found described, 








in order to keep to the order of the Brit. Mus. Catalogue. 








Tlos. 








(Duver.*) 








Circ. B.C. 350. 


7302 
PI. 261 


19 


iRl3 


Head of Athene to r., in crested Athenian helmet. 

fyL. Two lions seated opposite each other, heads facing, each with 
one paw raised ; in ex., diskeles : border of dots. — Diobol. 


I.23 








(Whittall sale, 1884; lot 1200.) 

Babelon, Perses Achem., PI. xv, 12. 

Imhoof, Monn. gr., p. 329, n° 22. 

De Luynes, Num. Cyp., PI. II, 16. 

Babelon, Traite, PI. en, 15. 


7503 
PI. 261 


44 


ifLi6 


Head ot Apollo to r., laureate ; hair rolled, two plaits on neck ; 
behind neck, bow and quiver . 


2.85 








l$l. AYKIHN. Lyre (kithara) ; on either side, TA ; in field to 1., 
crested helmet with cheek-pieces : the whole in incuse square. — 








Drachm. 

(Gian Louisides, 1905.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 88, no 2. 








BRONZE. 

B.C. 168 — Imperial Times. 


7304 
PI. 261 


80.5 


JE 18 


Figure of Deity standing. 

I£. AYKIHN. Lyre; on either side, T A : the whole in incuse 


5 .22 








square . 

(Sim sale, 1890.) 



566 - 



LYCIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


7305 


17 


JE 12 


Head of Apollo to r., laureate. 

tyL. T A. Bow and quiver in saltire ; above, AYKIHN (indistinct): 


I . 10 








the whole in incuse square. 

(Sim sale, 1890.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 88, no 5 (PI. xvii, 13). 

Tlos and Cragus. 

Alliance Coins. 
Imperial Times. Before A.D. 43 . 


7306 
PI. 261 


54 


£18 


A[Y]. Head of Artemis to r., laureate ; hair rolled ; bow and quiv- 
er at shoulder. 


3.50 








^- up ' ^ ta g stantnn § t0 r - : border of dots. 








(Gian Louisides, 190s.) 








Batelon, Inv. fVadditigton, p. 176, n° 3193. 


7307 
PI. 261 


70 


JE 16 


Similar ; no letters. 

fjL. T £ p n . Same type. 


4-53 








(Gen 1 Moore sale, 1889.) 








Cf. Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 23, n° 92. 

Xanthus. 
B.C. 168 — circ. B.C. 81. 


7308 
PI. 261 


42.5 


Al6 


Head of Apollo to r., laureate ; bow and quiver behind neck. 

fyL. AYKIHN. Lyre (kithara) ; to 1. I : the whole in incuse square. 


2.7$ 








— Drachm. 

(Whittall sale, 1884.) 



- 567 - 



PAMPHYLIA 



— 569 — 



PAMPHYLIA 



PAMPHYLIA 

Hill,, G.F.B., M.Cat., Lycia, Pamphylia, etc., 1897. 

Babelon, Inventaire de la Collection IVaddington, 1898. 

Babelon, Traite des mown, grecques et romaines, Paris, 1901-1926. 

Imhoof, Kleinasiatische Miin\en, II, 1902. 



— 570 



PAMPHYLIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








PAMPHYLIA 








Aspendus. 

Balky^i 

On the river Eurytnedon, about eight miles from the sea, zuai a popu- 
lous and wealthy city (H.N., p. 699). 

Circ. B.C. 500-400. 
Persic Standard. 


7309 
PI. 261 


139 


iRi9 

Plated. 


Nude warrior, armed, holding round shield, fighting to r. Rude 
archaic work. 


9-00 








HjL. Triskeles of human legs : in incuse square. — Persic stater. 








(W.T. Ready, 1897.) 
Cf. Babelon, PI. xxni, 16. 

J. P. Six, in a letter to Sir H.W. (Jan. 1897) considers this coin older than 
all those known of Aspendus. 


7310 

PI. 261 


166.7 


iR2I 


Nude warrior, helmeted, fighting to r. ; holding in 1. round shield, 
in r. short sword. 


IO.80 








T$L. E2- Triskeles of human legs; ivy-leaves between legs. — Persic 








stater. 

(Dr F.Parkes Weber, 1889.) 
Cf. Macdonald, Hunter Cat., II, PI. lvii, 23. 


7311 

PI. 261 


92.6 


J&19 


Nude horseman to 1., galloping, hurling spear with r. : border of 
dots. 


6.00 








1$L. E2TFEA (above). Boar running to r. : dotted incuse circle. — 

Drachm. 

(Whittall sale, 1884 ; lot 1209.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., PI. xix, 8. 
Babelon, PI. cxliii, 11. 



571 



72 



PAMPHYLIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


7312 
PI. 261 


82.5 


JKiS 


Similar; type to r. : border of dots. 

J$L. EZT (in ex.). Boar to r. : border of dots. — Drachm. 


5 35 








(Spink, 1 89 1.) 
Babelon, PI. cxliii, 14. 








Circ. B.C. 400-300. 


7313 
PI. 261 


168.5 


J&25 


Two westlers engaged : border of dots. Chisel cut. 

§L. EITFEAIIY[IJ (to 1.). Slinger to r. wearing short chiton, dis- 


10.92 








charging sling to r. ; in field, triskeles of human legs ; to r. BAAVZ 








(name of dynast ?) ; two countermarks, lion's scalp, and two eagles 








side by side : square of dots. — Stater. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1894.) 








Babelon, p. 950, n° 1 ^77 (this coin). 
Imhoof, Kleinasiatische Mun\en, II, p. 312, n° 12 (PI. x, 18 ; this coin) 


7314 
PI. 261 


169.6 


^23 


Similar, the 1. westler holds with r. the forearm of his opponent; 
the r. has his r. leg between the legs of his opponent, trying to 


10.99 








trip him. 








J$L. No inscr. (out of field). Similar type; in field to r., triskeles : 








within dotted square in deep incuse square. — Stater. 








(Mayer sale, 1887.) 


7315 
PI. 262 


167 


^.24 


Similar; the 1. westler holds his opponent with both hands ; below, 
countermark, triskeles. 


10.82 








fyL. EITFEAIIYI (1.). Slinger to r. ; to r., triskeles; in field, three 








countermarks: bucranium, unbearded janiform head, and animal 








(horse) looking back : dotted square. — Stater. 

(Mayer sale, 1887.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 96, n° 19. 


7316 
PI. 262 


167.3 


^23 


Similar ; no countermark. 

Similar ; between legs of slinger, TT ; in field, three countermarks : 


10.84 








head of Athene in crested helmet, and inscr. •••IAE ; boar to r. ; 








indistinct : square border of dots. — Stater. 








(Mayer sale, 1887.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 99, n° 50. 








Cf. Babelon, clxiii, 22. 



572 



PAMPHYLIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7317 
PI. 262 



7318 
PI. 262 



7319 
PI. 262 



7320 
PI. 262 



7321 
PI. 262 



167 
10.82 



168 
IO.8! 



166.8 
10.81 



160.2 
lo~38 



36 
2.33 



A22 Similar ; between the two westlers FK ; in 1. and r. field, £ ? : 
border of dots. 

1$L. E2TFEAIIY2. Slinger tor. ; to r., triskeles ; in r. field, coun- 
termark, griffin's head ; between slinger's legs, punch mark : 

square border of dots. — Stater. 

(Bompois sale, Paris, 1882.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 98, n° 42. 

JR. 22 Similar; no letters : border of dots. 



A21 



JK29 



/El. 

3Li4 



1$L. E2TFEA- Similar; no coutermarks. — Stater. 



B.M.Cat., p. 96, n° 18 (PI. xx, 1). 



(Mayer sale, 1887.) 



Two westlers engaged; between them, TTO : border of dots. 

tyL. EITFEAIIY[2](to 1.). Slinger to r. ; wearing chiton, discharg- 
ing sling to r. ; in field to r., triskeles of human legs beneath : 

within dotted square. — Stater. 

(W.S.Lincoln.) 

Circ. B.C. 300-190 

Two westlers engaged ; between the figures, f"IO : border of dots. 

tyL. ECTFEAIIYC (to 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 r. ; behind slinger, Y : bord- 
er of dots. — Stater. 

(W.T. Ready, 1891.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 101, n° 68 (PI. xxi, 13). 

BRONZE. 

End of Fourth Century B.C. 



Gorgoneion. 

T$L. Caduceus ; in field, on eitheir side, 2 K- 

Cf. Inihoof, Kleinasiatische Munqtn, PI. x, 24. 
Head, Hist. Num., p. 700. 



(Booker, 1885.) 



573 



PAMPHYLIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Fourth and Third Centuries B.C. 


7322 

PI. 262 


50 


JE16 


Forepart of bridled horse galloping to r. 

$L. K K- Sling : concave field. 

(F.R.Wiedemann, Smyrna, 1893.) 

Cf. B.M.Cat.,Pl. xxii, 2. 


3.24 








Second Century B.C. to Imperial Times. 


7323 
PI. 262 


20 


JE 15 


Horse galloping to r. ; above, star 1. and crescent r. : border of 
dots. 


1 .29 








tyL. A C- Slinger, wearing short chiton, discharging sling to r. : 

border of dots. 

(A.O. von Lennep, Smyrna, 1895.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 102, no 75 (PI. xxn, 5). 

Imperial Coinage. 
Domitian. 


7324 
PI. 262 


69 


JE 20 


AOMITIANOC KAICAP- Head of Domitian to r., laureate : border 
of dots. 


4-47 








1$L. ACTTCNAIGON- Two cultus-statues of nature-goddess, wearing 








tall kalathos and long veil, standing facing, side by side. 








(Dr Imhoof, 1897.) 
Cf. for rev. type B.M.Cat., p. 103, n° 79. 








Maximinus. 


7325 

PI. 262 


283 


JE$i 


C6.AV.KTAI.IOYH. MAZIM€[INO]C C€- Bust of Maximus to r., 
laureate, wearing paludamentum and cuirass : border of dots. 


18.33 








T$L. ACn€NAIflN- Zeus to 1. and Athene to r., facing each other ; 








the former with dolphin on r. arm and trident in 1. ; Athene 








holds a spear and grasps the hand of Zeus. 

(N. Dimitriou, 1902.) 



— 574 — 



PAMPHYLIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION' 








Gallienus. 


7526 
PI. 262 


312 


JE 30 


AVT KAI nOArAAAIHNOC Bust of Gallienus to r., laureate, wear- 
ing paludamentum and cuirass; in front, 1 : border of dots. 


20.21 








N6n 

J$L. ACTT GNAIHN. Tetrastvle temple in which KO : border 

PON 

of dots. 

(D r Earinos, Smyrna, 1891.) 








Cornelius Valerianus. 


7327 
PI. 262 


228 


JE 31 


nOV AIK K0P0VAA6PIAN0hK Al C€B Bust of Cornelius Valerian- 
us to r., bare-headed, wearing cuirass and paludamentum ; in 


M-77 








front 1 ; below, eagle with spread wings, facing : border of dots. 








fy. ACn€NAOCHCVM MAXOC ; in ex., PflMCHN- Roma and 








Aspendus; on 1., city of Aspendus to r., turreted, wearing long 
chiton, holding palm in 1., clasps with r. the hand of Roma to 1., 








helmeted, resting with 1. on spear : border of dots. 

(W.T. Ready, 1902.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 109, n" 104 (PI. xxii, 15). 








Attalia. 








(Adalia). 








Founded by Attains 11, king of Pergamum. 








Imperial Times. 








Quasi-Autonomous Coins. 


7328 
PI. 262 


43 5 


JE 15 


Bust of Poseidon to r. ; in front, trident ; to 1., lizard (?): border 
of dots. 


2.82 








Y$L. ATTAA€HN- Nike, standing to front, looking I., holding in r., 








wreath, and in 1., palm : border of dots. 








(A.O. van Lennep, Smyrna, 1891.) 


7329 
PI. 262 


37 


JE 16 


Similar ; behind head, dolphin. 

Similar ; Nike to 1. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1893.) 
B.M.Cat., p. in, n° 10 (PI. xxm, 5). 
Cf. Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 31, n° 24. 


2.39 



— 575 



PAMPHYLIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7330 
PI. 262 



7331 
PI. 262 



7332 
PI. 262 



7333 
PI. 262 



MS 
9-39 



JE 24 



^7-5 

4-37 



JE19 



205 

13.28 



yE 24 



355 
23.00 



^35 



Imperial Coinage. 

Hadrian. 

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

1$L. ATTA A6HN- Athene standing to 1. in tetrastyle temple, hold- 
ing figure of Nike in r. and hasta in 1. resting on globe ; in 

front, owl on cippus : border of dots. 

(Pezzer, Smyrna, 1891.) 

Antoninus Pius. 

ANTHN€IN OC KAV- Bust of Antoninus Pius to r., laureate and 
draped : border of dots. 

T$L. ATTAA€HN- Bust of Athene to r., wearing crested Corinth- 
ian helmet and aegis : border oi dots. 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 112, n° 18. 

Mionnet, III, p. 450, n° 30. 

Marcus Aurelius. 

ANT- • • Head of M. Aurelius to r., laureate. 

tyL. ATTAA6HN- Athene standing to 1. dropping with r. hand her 
vote into a voting urn, and holding in 1. palm-branch : border 

of dots. 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 

Valerianus Senior. 

AV KAI TTOVAI OVAA6PIA NIO C- Bust of Valerian Senior to r., 
laureate, wearing cuirass and paludamentum ; in front I. 

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



- 576 - 



PAMPHYLIA 



Xo. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION' 








Nemesis to r., holding patera in r. ; at her feet, griffin with 








wheel; in ex., wreath between two palm-branches : border of 








dots. 








(W.T. Ready, 1905.) 








Imhoof, Kleinasiat. Mun-en, II, p. 524, n° 1 1 (this coin). 








Cf. Mionnet, 5., VII, p. 37, n° 55 (after Vaillant.) 








Magydus. 








(Laara). 








About five miles east of Altalia . 








Imperial Coinage. 








Philip Junior. 


7334 
PI. 263 


1 10 


JE 24 


AVKMIOV C€OV <t>IAinnOC. Head of Philip Junior to r., lau- 
reate ; beneath, globe : border of dots. 


7.12 








fyl. MArV A€QN. Hermes, naked, standing towards 1. holding in 








r. purse and in 1. caduceus; chlamys over 1. arm ; in field below, 








A Z (37) : border of dots. 








(E. Aslanogloti, Smyrna, 1893.) 








Cf. Imhoof, Gr. Muti;en, p. 680, note. 








Babelon, Inv. Wadding ton, p. 182,11° 3310. 








Perga. 








(Mm tana.) 








Between the rivers Cestrns and Catarrhactes. 








Second Century B.C. 


7335 
Pi. 265 


258.6 


J&2S 


Head of Artemis to r. laureate; hair rolled ; quiver behind neck : 
border of dots. 


16.76 








fyL. APTEMIAOI (tor.)nEPrAIAI (to I.). Artemis, wearingshort 








armless chiton with apoptygma, and hunting-boots, standing to 








1. ; she holds in r. wreath, and with 1. is leaning on sceptre; 








beside her, stag to 1., looking up ; in field to r., outside legend, 








Term to 1. — Tetradrachm. 








(Benlian Bros, 1896.) 
(Type of B.M. Cat., PI. xxiv, 1.) 








Cf. Jameson Cat., PI. lxxx, 1592. 



— 577 — 



PAMPHYLIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


7336 
PI. 263 


60 


J&16 


Head of Artemis to r., laureate; hair rolled; quiver behind neck. 
$L. APTEMIA [02] (to r.) TTEPrAIAZ (to 1.). Artemis wearing 


3.88 








short armless chiton, standing to 1. ; in r., she holds wreath, 








and with 1. she is leaning on sceptre; beside her, stag looking up ; 








between arm of Artemis and stag's head, A. — Drachm. 








(F.R.Wiedemann, Smyrna, 1893.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., PI. xxiv, 2. 








BRONZE. 


7337 
Pi. 263 


62 


JE 16 


Distyle Ionic temple ; within, cultus-statue of Pergaean Artemis. 

p. [AP] TEMIAOI n . ... 
^" nEPrAlAI ' a <l ulver Wltn strap. 

(D" - Earinos, Smyrna, 1891.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., PI. xxiv, 6. 


4.01 








Mionnet, III, p. 460, n° 78. 


7338 


52 


JE 15 


Similar. 

fyi. Similar. 

(Smyrna, 1898.) 


3-37 








Second Century B.C. — Imperial Times. 


7339 
Pi. 263 


59 


JE 18 


Sphinx, wings recurved, wearing kalathos, seated to 1. : border of 
dots. 


3.82 








T$L. npF|[A5 Artemis standing to 1., wearing short chiton and 








hunting boots; holds in r. wreath, with 1. leaning on sceptre. 








(Smyrna, 1891.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 122, n° 18 (type PI. xxiv, 7). 


7340 
Pi. 263 


3i.5 


JE 14 


Similar ; type to r. 

*- ^npE^' 51111 ^^ 6 - 

re n a/t r * (Smyrna, 1891.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 122, n° 15. 


2.04 



- 578- 



PAMPHYLIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION' 








Imperial Coinage. 








Domitian. 


7341 
PI. 263 


80 


/£. 19 


AOMITIANOC KAICAP- Head of Domitian to r., laureate : border 
of dots. 


5.18 








}$L. APTCMIAOC n€PTAIAC- Artemis, wearing long chiton, quiv- 








er behind shoulder, and crescent above head, advancing to r. ; 








she holds in r., torch, and in 1., bow : border of dots. 








(Alex. Grant sale. 1890.) 








Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 123, n° 23. 








Mionnet, III, p. 461, n° 33. 








Caracalla. 


7342 


160 


JE 24 


. . . AVKMAYP ANTnN€INOC Head of Caracalla to r., laureate. 


PI. 263 


10.36 




1$L. n€PT AlflN Artemis wearing stephane, crescent behind should- 
ers, and long chiton, standing tor., holding in both hands long 

torch : border of dots. 

(Magnesia. 1891.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 126, n" ;6. 
Mionnet, III, p. .164, n° 99. 

Philip Junior. 


7343 
Pi 263 


109 


i€ 23 


AV KAI IOVC€OVH OIAinnOC€- Bust ot Philip Junior to r., laur- 
eate, wearing paludamentum and cuirass; below, globe : border 


7.06 








of dots. 








Y$L. TT€PrAION Nike to 1., holding wreath in r. and palm in 1. ; 








below, globe. 








(Macridi Pacha, 1893.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 131, n" 59. 


7344 
Pi. 263 


86 


JE 23 


AVKMIOV C€OV <t>IAinnOC€ Similar. 
1$L. Similar ; no globe : border of dots. 


5 • 57 








(Macridi Pacha, 1893.) 
B.M.Cat. , p. 131, ii" 59. 



579 — 



PAMPHYLIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size . 


DESCRIPTION 


7345 
Pi. 263 


102 


^23 


Similar. 

tyL. T7€P rAIHN. Three-legged chest with folding doors, ornament- 


6.61 








ed with dots ; on it, three-purses. 








(D r Earinos, Smyrna, 1891.) 








B.M.Cat., p. 132, n° 60 (PI. xxiv, 17). 








Cf. Mionnet, III, p. 467, n° 117. 








Trebonianus Gallus. 


734 6 
PI. 263 


96.5 


JE 19 


AVK TOVCI TP€B FAAA. Bust of Trebonianus Gallusto r., laureate, 
wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 


6.25 








^L. n€PT [AIHNJ- Distyle temple, within which cultus-statue of 








Pergaean Artemis, between crescent and star ; on pediment of 








temple, eagle with spread wings : border of dots. 








(Rhodes, 1898.) 
Babelon, Inv. Waddinglon, p. 187, n° 3405. 








Gallienus. 


7347 
Pi. 263 


199 


JE 30 


AVTKAI nOAIT TAAAIHNOC C€B- Bust of Gallienus to r., laur- 
eate, wearing paludamentum and cuirass ; in front 1 : border of 


12.89 








dots. 








fyL APT€MlAOC n€PrAIAC. Distyle temple in which simulacrum 








of Artemis between star and crescent above, and two torche 








below; on frieze, ACVAOV : border of dots. 








(Macridi Pacha, 1893.) 
Mionnet, III, p. 468, n° 126. 


7348 
Pi. 263 


98 


JE 22 


AVT KAI nOAl TAAAIHNOCCC. Bust of Gallienus to r., laureate, 
wearing paludamentum and cuirass : border of dots. 


6.35 








tyl. fI€PrAinN- On a three-legged chest with folding doors, orn- 








amented with dots (nail-heads ?), three purses. 








Cf. rev. type B.M.Cat., p. 132, n° 60. 


7349 
Pi. 263 


232 


JE 30 


Similar; in front of bust, I. Same die as n° 7347. 

fyl. n€PP AIHN. Tyche, standing to 1., wearing kalathos and long 


15.03 



580 



PAMPHYLIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



chiton ; holds in r. rudder ; in I. cornucopiae : border of 

dots. 

{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 C€- Bust of Gordianus Pius to r.\ 
22.8 wearing radiate crown and paludamcntum; holding shield adorn- 

ed with Gorgoneion, and spear : border of dots. 

fy. H€PrAI ON CIAHTHN in ex., OMONOIA. Artemis and Athe- 
ne ; between them, flaming altar. On 1., Artemis to r., radiate, 
wearing long chiton, quiver at shoulder, rests 1. on long lighted 
torch and with r. drops incense on altar. On r., Athene, three- 
quarter to 1., wearing helmet, long chiton and aegis, drops incense 
on altar, 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). 



7351 
PI. 265 



226 

7~Pm 



JE 25 



7352 
PI. 263 



179 

11.60 



JE 27 



Tranquillina. 

CABTPANK YAA6INAC. Bust of Tranquillina to r., wearing ste- 
phane and draped : border of dots. 

$L. I1E (above) PrAIHN (r.) CIAHTON (1.); in ex., OMONOIA. 
Athene and Artemis; between them, above, pomegranate, below, 
lighted altar; Artemis on r., radiate, holding long torch ; on 1., 
Athene r., helmeted, holding spear : border of dots. 

(O. Noury Bey, 1903.) 



Similar. 
fyL. Similar. 



Mionnet, III, p. 485, n" 216. 



(N. Dimitriou, 1902.) 



581 - 



PAMPHYLIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7353 
PI. 264 



169 -3 
10.96 



^.20 



7354 
Pi. 264 



161 .7 
10.48 



^25 



7355 
Pi . 264 



r 54 
9.98 



^22 



Side. 

{Eski-Adalia.} 
A few miles west of the mouth of the Melas (if. AT., p. 703). 

Fifth Century B.C. 

Pomegranate : dotted guilloche border. 

fyi. Archaic head of Athene to r., in plain Corinthian helmet, 

wearing round earring and necklace ; eye facing : within deep 

incuse square. — 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. 

Athene standing to 1., wearing crested helmet, aegis, and long 
chiton ; holds on r. owl ; 1. rests on shield, interior of which is 
visible ; in field to 1., pomegranate; tor., spear : border of dots. 

fy.. ■ • . I^VflH. • • Apollo, with short hair, standing tol., nude but 

for chlamys over shoulders and 1. arm ; holds in r., laurel-branch ; 

in front of him, altar ; behind, raven to 1. — Persic Stater. 

(D<- F. Imhoof-Blumer, 1888.) 
Ct.B.M.Cat., PI. xxvi, 5. 
Cf. Mionnet, 5. VII, PI. in, 5. 
Cf. Babelon, PI. CXL1I, 17. 

Athene standing to 1., 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 
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.) 
Cf.B.M.Cat., p. 145, no 15 (PI. xxvi, 7). 



582 — 



PAMPHYLIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION- 



7356 

PI. 264 



7357 
PI. 264 



7358 

PI. 264 



7359 
PI. 264 



7360 
PI. 264 



7361 
Pi. 264 



165 
10.69 



iR22 



1*4-5 
IO.66 



JR. 22 



250 
16.20 



/R28 



2)0 
l6.20 



62.6 
4.06 



iR28 



iR 18 



JE16 



3-75 



Similar; in field to r., tk. 

tyL. • • .HflHT . Similar; no raven. Chisel-cut. — Persic Stater. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1893.) 
Cf.B.M.Cat.,p. 146, n° 16 (PI. xxvi, 8). 
Mionnet, III, p. 472, n° 145. 
Babelon, PI. cxliii, 3. 



Similar; in field to r., *70?. 

fy. 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. 

Head of Athene to r., in crested Corinthian helmet. 

J$L. Nike advancing to 1. ; wears long chiton and peplos round 
waist and 1. arm ; r. hand holds wreath; in field tol., pomegra- 
nate; magistrate's initials, AH M. — Attic Tetradrachm. 

(A.O.van Lennep, Smyrna, 1892.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 147, n° 30. 

Similar. 

1$L. Similar; magistrate's name, KAE YX. — Attic Tetradrachm. 
B . M . Cat . , p . 148, n° 40. 

Head of Athene to r., in crested Corinthian helmet. 

l$L. Nike advancing to 1., as on two preceding coins ; pomegranate 
to 1. ; no magistrate's name. — Attic Drachm. 

(A. Lawson, Smyrna, 1891.) 
BRONZE. 

Third Century B.C. 
Head of Athene to r., in crested Corinthian helmet. 



- 583 



PAMPHYLIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7362 
PI. 264 



22.5 
I .46 



JE 11 



7363 

PL 264 



7^ 
4.66 



JE 18 



7364 
PI. 264 



138 
8.94 



JE 25 



73 6 5 
Pi. 264 



JE 19 



4.08 



fyL. Pomegranate. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1893.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 150, n° 59 (PI. xxvm, 4). 
Mionnet, S. VII, p. 64, n° 180. 



Similar. 

1§L. Similar : border of dots 



(A.O.van Lennep, Smyrna, 1891.) 



Imperial Coinage. 
Nero. 

N€PCON KAICAP (indistinct). Bust of Nero to r., laureate. 

tyL. CIA HT. Athene to 1., wearing crested helmet and chiton ; 

holds in r. spear and pomegranate; on 1. shoulder, shield; in 

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. 

KAICAP N6POV AC TPAIANOC. Head of Trajan to r., laureate : 
border of dots. 

J$L. CIAHTGON (r.). Apollo standing to front, head 1., wearing 

short chiton, holding in extended r. pomegranate and resting 1. 

on spear : border of dots . 

(Macridi Pacha, 1896.) 



Hadri 



nan. 



[AVKAICAP] AAPIANOC. Head of Hadrian to r., laureate. 

T$L. [CI]AH TOON. Athene, helmeted, advancing to 1., holding in 

extended r. pomegranate, in 1. shield : border of dots. 

(A.O.van Lennep, Smyrna, 1892.) 
Babelon, Inv. Waddington, p. 189, n° 3452. 



~ )84 - 



PAMPHYLIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 

Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7366 
PI. 264 



47 
3.04 



7367 

PI. 264 



133 
8.61 



7368 

Pi. 264 



"5 
7-45 



Antoninus Pius. 

JE 18 . .ANTON€l. . . Bust of Antoninus Pius to r., laureate : border of 
dots. 

$L. CIAHTON (across the field). Athene standing to 1., helmeted, 

holding pomegranate in r. and shield on left arm ; beside her, 

snake to 1. : border of dots. 

(Alex. Gram sale, 1890.) 
Babelon, Inv. IVatUiugtoii, p. 189,11° J45$. 

Gordianus Pius. 

JE 23 AYT K MANT TOPAIANOC. Bust of Gordianus Pius to r., laur- 
eate, wearing cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 

1}<L CIA HTON. Athene to 1., helmeted, holding in 1. palm, with 

r. dropping pebble into urn : border of dots. 

(1> Imhoof, 1898.) 
Cf. 11. M. Cat., p. 156. n° 93. 

Hostilianus. 

JE 25 KAICAP TOVAA OCTIA M€CC KV INTOC. Head of Hostilianus 
to r., 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, ^^^ : border of dots 
POC 



Sillyum. 



(Smyrna, 1891.) 



Betiveen the Cestrus and Eurymedon. 



7369 
PI. 264 



1. 16 



BRONZE. 

Imperial Times. 
Head of Apollo to r., laureate. 

fy~. IEAV HIY*. Thunderbolt. 

Imhoof, M. Gr., p. 335, n° 63. 
Z.f. Num., IV, p. 297, PI. VHI, 3. 



(Dr Imhoof, 1897.) 



585 - 



PAMPHYLIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


7370 
PI. 264 


270 


£33 


Imperial Coinage. 
Cornelius Valerianus. 

nOYAlK KOPOYAA6... Bust of Cornelius Valerianus to r., laur- 
eate, wearing cuirass and paludamentum supported by eagle ; 
in front, 1 . 

^6.CIAA Y6HN. Tyche, standing to 1., wearing kalathos and long 

chiton, holding in r. steering-oar, and in 1. cornucopiae : border 

of dots . 

(N. Dimitriou, 1902.) 


17.49 



— 586 



PISIDIA 



587 - 

74 



PISIDIA 



PISIDIA 



Hill, G.F., B.M.Cat., Lycia, Pamphylia and Pisidia, 1897. 

Babelon, Inventaire de la Collection Wdddington, 1898. 

Babelon, Traite 1 , 1901-1926. 

Iinhoof, Kleinasiatische Miin^en, II, 1902. 



588 — 



PISIDIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








PISIDIA 








Adada. 








(Karabanlo.) 








On the Ceslrus. 








Autonomous. 








First Century B.C. 


7371 
PI. 264 


84 


JE 19 


Head of Zeus to r., laureate : border of dots. 

fyL. A AAA[€]. Nike standing to 1. crowning trophy; she holds 


5-44 








palm in 1. hand. 

(Consul Weber sale, Munich, H>o8 ; lot 725.) 








Cf.B.M.Cat , p. 171, no 1 (PI. x\x, 1). 








Andeda. 








(Atnlixa.) 








Near Poo la. 








Imperial Coinage. 








Julia Domna. 


7372 
PI. 264 


"5 


JE 24 


IOVA OMNAC- Bust of Julia Domna to r., draped : border of 
dots. 


7 45 








T$L. ANAH A€flN. Distyle temple, within which, simulacrum of 








Pergaean Artemis, between star on 1. and crescent on r. : bord- 








er of dots. 

(O.Noury Bey, 1902.) 
Cf. rev. type B.M.Cat., p. 175, n° 5. 








Antiocheia. 








(Yalovadj.) 








An important sanctuary of Men Askcnos on the Anthius. It received 








a Roman colony in the time of Augustus (H.N., 706). 



589 



PISIDIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Imperial Coinage. 








Severus Alexander. 


7373 
Pi. 264 


191 


JE 28 


IMP MAV SEVALEXANDER AV. Head of Severus Alexander to r., 
laureate : border of dots. 


12.37 








fy. ANTHIO; in ex., AN I1? L CH • River-god Anthios, recumbent 








to 1., nude to waist, himation over lower limbs; holds in extend- 








ed r. cornucopiae, and rests I. elbow on reversed urn from which 








water flows ; behind him, reed growing : border of dots. 








(Smyrna, 1891.) 
Cf.B.M.Cat., p. 186, no 59. 








Cf. Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 100, n° 68. 








Gordianus Pius. 


7374 
Pi. 265 


384 


JE H 


IMP CAES M ANT GORDIANOVS AVG. Bust of Gordian III to r., 
laureate, wearing paludamentum and cuirass : border of dots. 


24.88 








fy. VIRTAVGCOLANTIOCH SR. The Emperor on galloping 








horse to r., paludamentum flying behind, 1. holds reins, r. aims 








spear at fallen foe wearing Phrygian cap : border of dots. 








(Magnesia ad Sipylum, 1891.) 








Mionnet, III, p. 501, n° 62. 


7375 
PI. 26s 


365 


JE33 


IMP CAES MANT GORDIANVS AVG. Similar. 

rw CAES ANTIOCH COL ^ v . . . . , . . , . ., , 
I)c. __ . 1 wo Victories placing shield inscribed 


23.65 








SR on palm-tree at foot of which two captives are seated : border 








of dots. 








(Macridi Pacha, 1893.) 
Cf.B.M.Cat., p. 193, n° 99. 








Mionnet, S. VII, p. 101, n° 76. 


7376 
Pi. 265 


410 


^ 34 


Similar. 

P, CAES ANTIOCH COL w , ftn ,. . ,. . , , . , 
!>»• . Wolf to r. suckling twins ; behind, 


26.56 








fig-tree. 








(Webster sale, 1886.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 194, n° 103. 








Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 101, n° 73. 



590 — 



PISIDIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7377 
PI. 26s 



7378 

PI. 26s 



7379 
Pi. 26s 



378 
24.49 



4i7 
27.05 



380 
24.62 



JE 34 Similar. 

tyL. COLONIA CAESARIA ANTIOCHIA (around) ; in centre, 

ANTIOCH 

SR : border of dots. 

COLONIA 

(Macridi Pacha, 1893.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 19s, n° 107. 
Mionoet, III, p. 501, n° 57. 

JE 34 Similar legend; head of Gordian III to r., laureate : border of dots. 

j^ COL CAES ANTIOCH Gordian m and Antiochia standing 

SR 

on pedestals, inscribed S and R, facing one another; Gordian to 

r. holds in 1. statue of the Genius of theCity, and grasps r. hand 

of Antiochia, who stands to 1. and holds sceptre; between them, 

altar : border of dots. 

(Smyrna, 1891 .) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 189, n<> 76. 
Cf. Mionnet, III, p. 501, n° 60. 

Apollonia-Mordiaeum. 
(Olttburlu.) 
Near Apameia Cibotus, on the Hippoplwras (H.N., p. 706). 

Imperial Coinage. 

Marcus Aurelius. 

JE 34 [AV]KAI MAVP ANTHN6INO. Head of M. Aurelius to r., laureate: 
border of dots. 

fyL- AnOAAHNIATnN AYKIHN. Zeus seated to 1., wearing hima- 

tion over lower limbs, holding patera in r. and sceptre in 1. : 

border of dots. 

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



Gallienus. 

7380 300 JE 36 AVTK • TAAAIhNO. Bust of Gallienus to r., laureate, wearing 
PI. 265 19.44 paludamentum and cuirass: border of dots. 



591 — 



PISIDIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7381 

PI. 265 



50 

3.24 



iEi5 



7382 

PI. 265 



*73 

II .21 



JE 27 



7383 

PI. 265 



114 
7.38 



M 24 



f£. ATTOAAflN IATHN j in ex., 0PAKO. River-god (Hippophoras) 

recumbent to 1., himation over lower limbs and 1. arm ; holding 

in r. reed, and in 1. cornucopiae ; resting elbow on overturned 

vase from which water flows : border of dots. 

(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. 

Female head to 1., wearing kalathos (Tyche). 

J$L. BAPHNflN. Naked male figure (Dionysos ?) standing almost 

to front, head to 1., holding in 1., thyrsos, and in r., bunch of 

grapes (?) : border of dots. 

(O.Noury Bey, 1902.) 
Cf. Babelon, Inv. Waddington, p. 199, n° 3638. 



Imperial Coinage. 

AYT KAI TPAI AAPIANOC. Bust of Hadrian to r., laureate, wear- 
ing cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 

tyL. BAPHNflN. Zeus enthroned to 1., laureate, wearing himation 

over lower limbs and 1. shoulder; holds thunderbolt in r. and 

rests with 1. on sceptre : border ol dots. 

(El. Aslonoglou, Smyrna, 1893.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 207, n° 1 (PI. xxxiv, 1). 

Trebonianus Gallus. 

AVT TOV€IB TPB TAAAOC CB. Bust of Trebonianus Gallus to r., 
laureate, and draped : border of dots . 

J$L. BA PH NHN. Men standing to 1., wearing Phrygian cap, cres- 



592 — 



PISIDIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








cent behind shoulders, short chiton, and high hoots ; in r., pine- 








cone, 1. rests on sceptre ; r. foot on bucranium : border of dots. 








(A.Lawson, Smyrna, i8«.)i.) 








Cf. rev. type B.M.Cat., p. 209, n° 11. 








Comama. 








(Sheher Ey»k.) 








Autonomous. 








First Century B.C. 


7384 
PI. 265 


28 


JE 13 


Two bearded and laureate heads conjoined to r. 

lfy.. KO. Lion springing to r. 

(Athens, 1889.) 


I. 81 








Imhoof, Kleiitasiat. Mun-en, 11, p. 578, n° 6 (PI. xm, 19). 








Hill. B.M.Cat., Pi<t\iia, lntrod., p. ci. 








Crerana. 








(Girme.) 








Autonomous. 








Time oj Amyntas (B.C. 36-25). 


7385 
PI. 265 


36 


JE 15 


Bust of Hermes to r., wearing petasos : border of dots. 
tyL. KPH. Caduceus : border of dots. 


2-33 








(F.R.Wiedemann, Smyrna, 1893.) 








Cf . B . M . Cat . , p. 2 1 j . no 2 (PI. xxx v, 2). 


7386 
PI. 265 


49 


JE 15 


Head of Zeus to r., laureate : border of dots. 

fyL. p. Winged thunderbolt. 

(A.O.van Lennep, Smyrna, 1896.) 


Si? 














Ci". B.M.Cat., p. 215, n° 3. 


7387 
PI. 265 


50.5 


JE 15 


Similar. 

fy. CP H (1.) N (r.). Similar type; 

(El. Aslonoglou, Smyrna, 1893.) 


3.27 








Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 215, no 4 (PI. xxxv, 3). 



593 — 



PISIDIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


7388 
PI. 26s 


53 


JE 18 


Similar. 

1$L. £ . Similar. 

(Webster sale, 1886.) 


3-43 








Imperial Coinage. 








Com modus. 


7389 
PI. 265 


87 


JE 19 


I'L'A-COMO. Bust of Commodus to r., head bare, draped : border 
of dots. 


5.63 








^6. GENO (sic.) COL CRE. Genius of the Colony standing to 1., 

wearing kalathos, chiton and peplos; holds patera in r. and cor- 

nucopiae in 1. : border of dots. 

(F.R.Wiedemann, Smyrna, 1897.) 
Babelon, Inv. Waddington, p. 203, n° 3701 (PI. vm, 12). 








Geta. 


7390 
PI. 266 


83 


JE 19 


P SEP GET A NOB CAE. Bust of Geta to r., bare-headed, wearing 
paludamentum and cuirass. 


5-37 








fy. COL REM MIDDEAE. Goddess Mida seated to 1., holding 

patera in r. hand : border of dots. 

(O. Noury Bey, 1905.) 
Cf. Imhoof, Kleinas. Miinxen, II, PI. xm, 26 (rev.). 
Babelon, Iuv. Wadd., p. 203, n° 3709. 


7391 
PI. 266 


65 


JE 18 


Similar. 

fyL. PROP COL CR. ApolloPropylaeus standing to r. shooting with 

bow : border of dots. 

(A.O.van Lennep, 1892.) 
Babelon, Inv. Wadd., p. 203, n° 3708. 

Mionnet, III, p. 507, n° 89. 


4.21 








Etenna. 








Near Kotenna, above Side, perhaps at Syrt. (H. N., p. 708). 
First Century B . C. 


7392 
PI. 266 


46 


JE 13 


Two male figures running to 1., brandishing crooked knives : bord- 
er of dots. 


2.98 



594 



PISIDIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








fyL. ET EN. Female figure (Maenad?) advancing to r. and holding 








snake : border of dots. 

(A.O.van Lennep, Smyrna, 1895.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 220, n° 1 (PI. xxxv, 12). 
Babelon, Inv. Waddington, p. 204, n° 3725 (PI. vm, 16). 








Imperial Times. 


7393 
Pi. 266 


50 


IE 17 


Female figure (Maenad ?), wearing long chiton, advancing to r., 
holding snake (or attacked by snake) : border of dots. 


3.24 








I£. ET EN. Crooked knife. 

(Dr Imhoof, 1889.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 220, n° 4 (PI. xxxv, 14). 
Babelon, Inv. fVadd.,p. 204, n° 3722. 
Mionnet, 111, p. 4^5, n° 51. 


7394 

PI. 266 


42 


JE 17 


Similar. 

fyL. Similar. 

(Sim sale, 1890 ) 


2.72 








Imperial Coinage. 








Severus Alexander. 


7395 
PI. 266 


122 


JE24 


AVK MAY C€Y AA€IANALPOC C6B|. Bust of Severus Alexander to 
r., laureate, wearing paludamentum and cuirass. 


7.90 








$L. €T€NN €ON. Nemesis standing to I., plucking with r. hand 








part of her chiton at breast, and holding staff in 1. ; in field, 1. 








wheel : border of dots. 

(N. Dimitriou, June 1897.) 
Cf. Imhoof, Gr. Muttqen, p. 172, n° 490 (same Rev. under Geta). 








Isinda. 








(near Istano^.) 








On the Taurus, west of Termessus (H .N., p. 708). 








First Cent. B.C. or earlier. 


7396 
Pi. 266 


50.5 


JE 16 


Head of Artemis to r., with quiver at shoulder. 


3.27 



— 595 — 



75 



PISIDIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7397 
PI. 266 



7398 



7399 
Pi. 266 



41 
2.65 



22.5 

1 .46 



5i 
3.30 



JE 14 



JE 12 



JE 15 



7400 
Pi. 266 



93 
6.02 



JE 19 



7401 
PI. 266 



7402 
PI. 266 



7403 



62 
4.01 



66.5 
4.31 



80 



JE 18 



JE 18 



JE 19 



(Smyrna, 1891.) 



}$L. I UN. Crested helmet with cheek-pieces ; in field to r., f\ 

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

Similar. 

T$L. 12 IN. Similar type ; in field to r., A. 

(Gian Louisides, 1891.) 

Similar. 

tyL. 12 IN. Ear of corn with two leaves. 

B.M.Cat., p. 223, n° 2 (PI. xxxvi, 2). 

Similar. 

tyL. 121 N within wreath. 

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

Imperial Times. 

Head of Zeus to r., laureate : border of dots. 

fyL. ICINA6HN. Helmeted warrior, charging to r. ; horse galloping; 

below, snake to r. : border of dots. 

(Bompois sale, 1882.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 224, n° 10 (PI. xxxvi, 5). 
Cf. Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 40, n° 66. 

Similar. 

fyL. I2IN. Similar type; in field above, I (or club). 
Cf .B.M.Cat., p. 223, n° 6. 

Similar. 

tyL. Similar ; symbol, club. 



(Smyrna, 1891.) 



Similar. 

^L. Similar; to 1. of horseman, A. 



(Smyrna, 1891.) 



(Smyrna, 1891.) 



596 — 



PISIDIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION' 








Palaeopolis. 








Ak Euren?, in the Lxsis valley (H .X., p. 709). 








Imperial Coinage. 








Caracalla. 


7404 
PI. 266 


6 9 


JE 20 


• MAYP ANTON6IN0C KA. Head of young Caracalla to r., bare : 
border of dots. 


4-47 








ty.. nAA€OnO[A€IT]QN. Men standing to 1., wearing Phrygian 








cap, crescent behind shoulders, short chiton, chlamys and high 








boots ; in r. he holds pine-cone (?) ; 1. resting on sceptre : bord- 








er of dots. 

(Magnesia aii Sipylum, 1891.) 
Cf.B.M.Cat., p. 231, n" 2. 








Pogla. 








(Fti* bin.) 








Near Andeda. 








Imperial Coinage. 








Antoninus Pius. 


7405 
PI. 266 


183 


JE 24 


• • ANTfl • • Head of Antoninus Pius to r., laureate. 

fyL. nOTA €HN. In distyle arched temple with Corinthian columns, 


11.85 








cultus-statue of Pergaean Artemis ; on each side, small flying 








figures crowning the idol : border of dots. 








(D' Harinos, Smyrna, 1891.) 
Cf.B.M.Cat., p. 236, n" 1 (PI. xxxvn, 7). 








Prostanna. 








Egberdir, under Mt. Viarus. 








Imperial Coinage. 








Gallienus. 


7406 
PI. 266 


109 


JE 26 


AVT K TTOAIK,TAAAIHNOC]. Bust of Gallienus to r., laureate, 
wearing paludamentum and cuirass : border of dots. 


7.06 



597 — 



PISIDIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7407 

PI. 266 



123-5 
8.00 



IE 20 



7408 

PI. 266 



43-5 

2.82 



iE 17 



7409 
PI. 266 



305 
1.98 



M 12 



J$L. HPOCTAN N€HN. Sarapis standing, facing, head to 1., wearing 

kalathos; his r. raised, and holding sceptre inl. : border of dots. 

(D r Earinos, Smyrna, 1891.) 
Cf. for type, Imhoof, Kl. Asiat. Mun^en, II, p. 391, n° 9. 

Sagalassus. 

(Aghlasau.) 

At the sources of the Cestrus. Claimed a Lacedaemonian origin. It 
began to coin Attic silver about the time of Amyntas (B. C. 39~2j), in 
whose kingdom it was included (H.N., 710). 

First Century B.C. 

Head of Zeus to r., laureate : border of dots. 

fy~- VpTVn W' ^ e advancing to 1., holding wreath in extend- 
ed r. — Attic Didrachm. 

(W.T. Ready, 1901.) 
Babelon, hiv. Waddington, p. 210, n° 3810. 

Bust of Athene to r., in crested Athenian helmet, and draped : 
border of dots. 

J$L. CArAAA. Bust of M£n to r., wearing Phrygian cap bound with 

wreath, chlamys, and crescent : border of dots. 

(A.O.van Lennep, 1891.) 
Imhoof, Kl. Asiat. Mun^en, II, p. 392, n°5 (PI. xiv, 10). 

Imperial Times. 
First Century B. C. 

Bust of Hermes to r., with petasos, chlamys, and caduceus at 
shoulder. 



tyL. CA. Eagle standing to r., wings closed. 



(J.P. Lambros, 1884.) 



- 598 - 



PISIDIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


74IO 
PI. 266 


35 5 


JE 15 


Head of young Herakles to r., in lion-skin : border of dots. 
fyl. CATA (to 1.). Nike to 1., holding wreath and palm. 


2.30 








(Macridi Pacha, 1893.) 








Imlioof, Kl. Jsiat. M., II, p. 392, n° 6a. 


741 1 


55 


JE 15 


Helmeted beardless head of Hero (or Ares) to r. 


PI. 266 


3.56 




^L. CA. Humped bull butting to r. 

(Spink, 1890.) 

Imperial Coinage. 
Macrinus. 


7412 
PI. 266 


100 


A: 22 


• • OrEA C€VHMAKP€IN ■ . Bust of Macrinus tor., laureate, wear- 
ing paludamentum and cuirass. 


6.48 








fyL CATAAACCCflN. The altars of the Dioskuri with column 








between them ; each with a star above it, and standing under an 








arch. 








(Thcodoridi, 1892.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 24 }, n° 23. 








Diadumenian. 


7413 
PI. 266 


66.6 


JE 20 


MOnEAANTHNINOC AIAAOY M6NIANJOCK. Bare head of Diadu- 
menian to r. : border of dots. 


4.32 








$L. [CAT]AAAC C €HN. Apollo seated to 1. on chair, head turned 








to r., himation about lower limbs ; r. resting on knee, 1. hold- 








ing lyre supported on column behind him : border of dots. 








(Magnesia in Lydia, 1891.) 








B.M.Cat., p. 245, n° 27. 








Gallienus. 


74M 


130.5 


JE26 


AKriAOrAAIHNONC. Bust of Gallienus to r., radiate, wearing cui- 


PI. 266 


8.46 




rass and paludamentum : border of dots. 

tyL. CATA AACC6ON. Bust of Men to r., wearing Phrygian cap, 

with chlamys, crescent across shoulder : border of dots. 

(Spink, Oct. 1890.) 



— 599 



PISIDIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Claudius II. Gothicus. 


7415 
PI. 267 


182 


JE 31 


AVK MAVP KAAVAION. Bust of Claudius II to r., laureate, wearing 
paludamentum and cuirass ; in front, 1 : border of dots. 


II.79 








IjL. CArAAACC€HN. Figure holding torch (Triptolemos ?) in ser- 








pent-car to r. border of dots. 

(A. Lavvson, Smyrna, 1891.) 
Cf.B.M.Cat., p. 249, n° 49. 








Seleuceia. 








(Selef.) 








North of Baris, on the Faendus, acquired the title Claudio- Seleuceia 








when Claudius reorganised the province Lycia-Pamphylia in A. D. 4) 








(H. AT. p. 710). 








Imperial Coinage. 








Julia Mamaea. 


7416 
PI. 267 


104 


JE 23 


IOVAIA MAM€AN-C€. Bust of Julia Mamaea tor. : border of dots. 
fyL. KAAYAIO C6A6VK6HN. Men standing to r., wearing Phrygian 


6.74 








cap, crescent behind shoulders; 1. foot on prow; holds in r. 








sceptre : border of dots. 

(Osman Noury Bey, 1902.) 
Babelon, Inv. W addinqton, p. 215, n° 3903 (PI. ix, 8). 








Selge. 








(Seruk.) 








On the Eurymedon, above Aspendus, claimed a Lacedaemonian origin, 








and was from early times the most important city in Pisidia (H.N., 








p. 710). 








Circ. B.C. 400-300. 


7417 
PI. 267 


170 


^23 


Two wrestlers engaged, holding each other by the wrists; dotted 
line of exergue : border of dots. 


11.00 



600 



PISIDIA 



No. 


■ 
Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION' 








tyL. [*]TAELIIYZ (on 1. upwards). Slinger, wearing short chiton, 








slinging to r. ; in field to r., astragalos : within dotted square in 








incuse square. — Persic Stater. 








(A. Giudice, Magnesia ad Sipylum, 1891.) 








Cf. Babelon, Traiti, ii (ii) col. 1587 ff. 








Cf. Imhoof, Monti. Gr., p. 340. 








B.M.Cat., //;/., cxv. 








G.F.Hill, Num. Chron., 1920, p. 1 1 3 (PI. xiv, 14). 








*. This coin points to some momentary alliance of Selge with Aspendus. " This 








is a line specimen of the curious series of coins of Selge with the Pamphylian 








inscription, apparently an unrecorded variety " (G.F.Hill, loc.cit., p. 113). 


7418 

PI. 267 


I4.6 


AlO 


Gorgoneion. 

]]L. Head of Athene to r., in crested Athenian helmet : within 


O.95 








incuse square. — Obol. 








(.W.S.Lincoln, 1888.) 


7419 
PI. 267 


12.9 


,K 10 


Similar. 

\jL. Similar ; type to 1. ; behind, astragalos. — Obol. 


O.84 








(Smyrna, 1891.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 2)7, n" 10. 


7420 
PI. 267 


12.3 


iRio 


Lion's head to r. : border of dots. 

tyL. Head of Athene to r. in crested Corinthian helmet : circular 


O.80 








incuse. — Obol. 








(Asia Minor, 1899.) 
Babelon, PI. cxi.ii, 9 (Side). 








Num. Chron., 1895, p. 286 (Aspendus). 


7421 
PI. 267 


II. 9 


JK11 


Similar. 

ty,. Similar. — Obol. 


O.77 








(Macridi Pacha, 1896.) 








Imhoof, Num. Chron., 1895, p. 286, n° 1 (this coin). 


7422 


12.2 


An 


Similar. 

$L. Similar. —Obol. 


O.79 








(Found at Adalia, 1896.) 



— 601 



PISIDIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7423 
PI. 267 



10.3 
O.67 



JR. 9 



7424 
PL 267 



155-4 
10.07 



^25 



7425 

PL 267 



7426 
PI. 267 



7427 
PL 267 



13-3 
0.86 



14 
0.90 



10 
0.64 



Aio 



iR 10 



J&io 



7428 
PL 267 



7429 
PL 267 



15-4 
1. 00 



7-4 
0.48 



^Lio 



^7 



Lion's head to 1. 

f£. Similar. — Obol. 

(1897.) 

Imhoof, Num. Chron., 1895, p. 286, n° 2. 

Circ. B. C. 350-333 and later. 

Two wrestlers engaged ; between them, AA : border of dots. 

VjL. S€AT€nN (to 1.). Slinger, wearing short chiton, slinging to r. ; 
in field to r., triskeles of human legs, and club, downwards : bord- 
er of dots. — Stater. 

(Whittall sale, 1884; lot 1247.) 
Cf. Imhoof, Kleinasiatische Mun^en, p. 401. 

Gorgoneion. 

1$L. Head of Athene to r., in crested Athenian helmet. — Obol. 

(Whittall sale, 1884.) 
Similar. 



fyL. Similar; behind head, astragalos. — Obol. 

Cf.B.M.Cat., PL xl, 1. 
Cf. Babelon, PL cxliv, 7. 

Similar. 

tyL Similar ; behind head, spear-head. — Obol. 



(Boyne sale, 1896.) 



(H. Hoffmann, 1884.) 



B.M.Cat., p. 259, n° 28 (PL xl, 3). 
Imhoof, Monn. grecques, p. 239. 

Gorgoneion, with long flowing hair. 

T$L. Head of Athene to r., in crested Athenian helmet ; behind, 

astragalos. — Obol. 

(Sotheby sale, March 1888.) 

Gorgoneion. 

T$L. Lion's head to r., tongue protruded ; below, astragalos. — 

Hemiobol (?) 

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



— 602 — 



PISIDIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Circ. B.C. 300-190. 


7430 
PI. 267 


169.7 


JR, 24 


Two wrestlers engaged, holding each other by the wrists; between 
them, K : border of dots. 


11 .00 








fyL. lEATEflN. Slinger, wearing short chiton, slinging to r. ; in 








field to r., triskeles of human legs, club and cornucopiae ; between 








legs of slinger, B : border of dots. — Persic Stater. 








(F.R. Wiedemann. Smyrna, 1891.) 








B.M.Cat., p. 258, n° 21. 








Mionnet, III, p. 525, n° 176. 


7431 
PI . 267 


125.4 


.R26 


Similar. 

RL. Similar ; to r. of slinger, triskeles and club; between his legs A. 


8.13 








— Stater. 

(A. Lawson, Smyrna, 1891.) 


7432 

PI. 267 


88 


^.23 


Similar; between the wrestlers. H ; to 1., B; to r., A. 

fyL Similar ; to r. of slinger, triskeles, club and cornucopiae ; between 


5.70 








legs of slinger, K ; to r. P : border of dots. — Persic Drachm (?). 








Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 259, n« 22 (PI. xxxix, 13). • 


7433 

Pi. 267 


22 


JE 10 


Round shield. 

fyL. IE. Lance-head : border of dots. 

(Babington sale, 1891.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 263, n" 59. 


1.42 


7434 


18 


JE 10 


Similar. 

fyL. Similar. 

(Smyrna, 1 891 .) 
B.M.Cat., p. 263, n° 60. 


1. 16 








Circ. B. C. 190. 


7435 

Pi. 267 


7 i.8 


JR. 19 


Head of bearded Herakles to r. , wreathed with styrax ; behind, club : 
. border of dots. 


4.65 



— 603 — 



PISIDIA 



No, 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7436 
PI. 267 



28.2 
I.83 



JR. 14 



7437 
PI. 267 



19 
1.23 



JR 11 



7438 
PI. 267 



26 
1.68 



JR. 12 



7439 



42 

2.72 



vE 14 



7440 



35 
2.26 



^E 13 



tyL. ZEArEHN. Artemis, wearing short chiton, running to r., 

carrying long torch ; in field to r., I A : border of dots. — Persic 

Hemistater. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1895.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 260, n° 35 (PI. xl, 5). 
Imhoof, Munn. Gr., p. 341, n° 95. 

Similar. 

fy*. IEAr€fl[N]. Similar. — Persic Diobol. 

(Dimitriou, 1892.) 
Imhoof, Monti. Gr., p. 341, no 96. 

Second and First Centuries B. C. 

Head of Artemis to r., laureate, with bow and quiver at shoulder : 
border of dots. 

I$L. Forepart of of stag kneeling to r. and looking back : border of 

dots. — Attic Diobol. 

(Dr Imhoof, 1896.) 
Imhoof, Monn. Gr., p. 341, n° 100 (PI. ill, 105). 
Imhoof, Kleinasiat. Mun^en, p. 402, n° 7 (PI. xv, 2). 

Head of Herakles, facing, towards r., wreathed with sty rax ; lion- 
skin fastened round neck. 

J$L. 2E A. Forepart of stag to r., head turned back ; in field to r., 
spearhead, 

(Smyrna, 1 891.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 261, n os 38-44. 

Similar ; club to 1. 

T$L. Similar; no symbol. 



B.M.Cat., PI. xl, 7. 
Mionnet, III, p. 324, n° 282. 



(Macridi Pacha, 1892.) 



Similar; club held in r. and appearing over 1. shoulder 
T$L. Similar. 

B.M.Cat., p. 261, n° 40. 



(Smyrna, 1891.) 



604 — 



PISIDIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION' 



744 1 



7442 
PI. 267 



7443 
PI. 267 



7444 

Pi. 267 



42 

2.72 



3» 
1.94 



^4 
i-5) 



49 

317 



JE 13 j Similar. 

1$L. Similar. 



JE 14 



JE 12 



(Smyrna, 1 89 1 .) 



Head of bearded Herakles to r., club over shoulder : border of dots. 
J$L. Winged thunderbolt and bow. 



Similar ; in front, C. 

fy. C€Af€nN. Winged thunderbolt. 



(H. Hoffmann, 1884.) 



(BompoLs sale, 1882.) 



7445 



744 6 
PI. 267 



7447 



7448 
PI. 267 



S3 

3.56 



38 
2.46 



22 
1 .42 



0.97 



JE 13 '■ Similar; no letters. 

tyL. C E. Similar type ; two dots on either side of thunderbolt ; to 
r., bow. 

(Smyrna, 1 891.) 
Cf.B.M.Cat., p. 261, n°4>. 
Cf. Miounet, III, p. 324, n° 183. 



JE 13 



JE 12 



JE 12 



JE 12 



Similar. 

I£. *E. Similar. 

Similar. 

fyL Similar ; no dots. 

Similar. 



Cf.B.M.Cat., p. 262, n° 47. 



(H. Hoffmann, 1884.) 



(Bompois sale, 1882.) 



tyL. C€. Similar type ; on opposite site to legend, star. 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 



Circle of dots (representing circular shield), in centre of which, rol- 

tyL. Triskeles of human legs to 1. : border of dots. 
Cf.B.M.Cat., p. 263, n°> 57-58. 



(Smyrna, 1891.) 



— 605 



PISIDIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7449 


53 


PI. 267 


5-43 


7450 


112 


PI. 267 


7.25 


7451 


49 


PI. 267 


3.17 


7452 


16.5 


PI. 267 


1 .07 


7453 


55 


Pi. 267 


3.56 



JE 14 



JE 24 



JE 13 



JE 11 



JE 16 



Head of Athene to r., in crested Athenian helmet. 

tyL. O O. Slinger in short chiton discharging sling to r. 

(Dr Earinos, Smyrna, 1891.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 262, n° 53 (PI. XL, 11). 



Imperial Coinage. 
Hadrian. 

..AAPIANOC [KAICAP]. Bust of Hadrian to r., laureate and draped. 

tyl. C€Ar€flN. Altar with horns, on which two cylindrical vases 

of unequal height containing styrax shrubs : border ot dots. 

(D. Stilianopoulos, Smyrna, 1901.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 264, n° 68. 
Babelon, Inv. Waddington, p. 217, n° 3948 (PL ix, 12). 

Faustina Junior. 

[<t>AV] C€. Bust of Faustina Junior to r. : border ot dots. 
T$L. C€AI"(E). Styrax flower (?) between two serpents. 



B.M.Cat., p. 265, n° 74 (PI. xli, 2). 
Babelon, Inv. IVadd., p. 218, n° 3958. 



(Smyrna, 1891.J, 



Lucius Verus. 

Head of Lucius Verus to r., laureate. 

T$L. C€[Ar]€HN. Club with straps : plain border. 

(W. S. Lincoln, 1886.) 

Caracalla. 

AVK M- • ANTH- • • Bust of Caracalla to r., radiate : border of dots. 

T$L. C€Ar€flN. Nike to 1., one foot on globe, holding wreath and 

palm : border of dots. 

(A.O.van Lennep, Smyrna, 1894.) 



606 



PISIDIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION' 



7454 
PI. 267 



63 
4.08 



JE 17 



7455 
Pi. 268 



7456 
PI. 268 



42-5 
2.75 



52 

3-37 



JE 14 



JE 14 



7457 



60 



JE 18 



7458 
PI. 268 



73-5 
4.76 



JE 17 



Philip Senior. 

>V KAICjAP IOVA [4>IAinnOC C€B . Head ot Philip Senior to r., 
laureate. 

fyL C€AT €HN. Hygieia standing, feeding serpent : border of dots. 

(Smyrna, 1891 .) 
Cf. Mionnet, III, p. $25, n° 192. 

Termessus Major. 

(Gullik Dagb.) 

A strong city on Mt. Solymus. Its autonomy was recognised abou 
B.C. 71 by the Lex AntoniaUe Termesibus (H.N., p. 712). 

Fir\ Cent. B.C. 
Head of Zeus to r. laureate. 

*• TE «UN (below} Hum l* d bul1 butti »S t0 '• 

Cf. Imhoof, A7. Asiat. St.. 1!, p. 409, n° 1. 

Similar. 

tyL. T€P (below). Same type; above, star. 

(Babington sale, 1891.) 
Cf. Imhoof, op. cit., II, p. 409, n° 1. 



Circ. B.C. 71-36. 



Similar. 



fyL. TEP. Free horse galloping to 1. ; above, date : A : border of 

dots. 

(Apamea, 1891.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 268, n° 3. 
Mionnet, III, p. 526, n° 194. 



Similar. 

fyL. Similar ; date : B. 



B.M.Cat., p. 268, n° 5. 
Babelon, Itiv. Wa&dinglon, PI. ix, 15. 



(Whittall sale, 1884.) 



— 607 — 



PISIDIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7459 
PL 268 



7460 
PI. 268 



7461 
PI. 268 



7462 
PI. 268 



7463 



43 
2.78 

66 

4.27 

76 
4.92 

62 
4.01 



JE 18 



JE 20 



JE 21 



JE 17 



JE 17 



7464 
Pi. 268 



5.70 



35 

2.26 



JE 14 



7465 

Pi. 268 



73- 
4-73 



JE 17 



Similar. 

T$L. Similar; date : A. 

Similar. 

1$L. Similar; date, KH. 

Head of Zeus to r., laureate. 



(Dr Babington sale, 1891.) 



(Apamea, 1891.) 



fyL. TEPMH. Forepart of bridled horse galloping to 1. ; in field to 
r., countermark : bull's head facing; date, K0(?). 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 270, n° 21. 

Similar. 

tyL. TEP. Similar ; behind horse, thunderbolt ; above date, KO. 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 



B.M.Cat., p. 270, n° 21. 



Similar. 

J$L. Similar ; date, AA. 



B.M.Cat., p. 270, n° 22. 



(Smyrna, 1891.) 



Head of bearded Herakles to r., bare ; club over shoulder : bord- 
er of dots. 

Y$L. TEP MH. Nike standing to 1., holding wreath and palm : bord- 
er of dots. 

(Bompois sale, 1882.) 
Babelon, lnventaire Wadd., p. 220, n° 3997. 

Imperial Times. 
Time of the Antonines to Gallienus. 

TEPMH. Free horse galloping to 1. ; above, A : border of dots. 

J$L. TON M6IZONHN. Apollo, naked, standing, facing, head turn- 
ed to 1., r. arm towards altar, holding in 1. a lyre. 

(Apamea, 1891.) 



— 608 



PISIDIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


INSCRIPTION* 


7466 


116 JE 22 


T€P MHCC€flN. Male bust to r., bearded, in crested Corinthian 


PI. 268 


7-5i 

! 


helmet and cuirass (Solymos ?) : border of dots. 

fyL. TflNM €IZONflN. Solymos, wearing helmet and short chiton, 

standing to 1., holding short sword in 1. and resting r. on spear : 

border of dots. 

(Spink, 1899.) 
Cf.B.M.Cat., p. 271, n° 38. 


7467 

PI. 268 

l 


107 JE 25 
6.93 


T€PMHCC €HN. Similar bust to 1. : border of dots. 

tyL. Similar. 

(Billoin sale, Paris, 1886.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 272, n° -57 (PI. xli, 15). 


7468 
PI. 268 


120 JE 22 

7-77 


Similar. 

1*>£. COA VMOC Solymos enthroned to 1., wearing crested helmet, 

resting r. on sceptre : border of dots. 

(N. Dimitriou, 1902.) 
Cf.B.M.Cat., p. 272, n« 36 (PI. xu, 14). 
Mionnet, VI, p. $19, n° 221. 


7-|69 


176 JE 26 


T€P MHCC€flN. Bust of Hermes to r., bare, draped, with cadu- 


PI. 268 


11 .40 


cous at shoulder : border of dots. 

fyL. TON M€IZONON. Apollo standing to front, head 1., resting 

1. on lyre placed on the ground. 

(Billoin Sale, 1886.) 
Babelon, Invmtaiie WiulJ., p. 221, n° 401 1. 


747O 


113 ^23 


Z€VC COAYM6YC. Bust of Zeus Solymeis to r., laureate, holding 


PI. 268 


7.32 


hand to his mouth : border of dots. 

fyL. (Legend illegible). Horseman to r. : border of dots. 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 
Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 139, n° 232. 


747 1 


112 JE 25 


T6PMHCC6HN. Bust of Zeus to r., laureate : border of dots. 




7.25 


fyL. THN M€l ZCNHN. Asklepios standing to front, head 1., hold- 
ing serpent-staff. 








Babelon, Inv. JVaJilington, p. 220, n° 4000. 



— 609 



PISIDIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


7472 
PI. 268 


190 


JE30 


Similar. 

J$L. AVTON MflN. Solymos enthroned to I., wearing helmet, 


12.31 








resting r. on sceptre : border of dots. 








(D r Babington sale, 1891.) 








Babelon, Inv. Waddington, p. 220, n° 4006. 








Mionnet, S. VII, p. 138, n° 230. 


7473 
Pi. 268 


213 


JE 29 


Similar. 

T$L. [AVTO]NO MflN. Tyche, wearing kalathos, standing to front, 


13.80 








head 1., holds in r. steering-oar and in 1. cornucopiae ; in field 








1. : border of dots. 








(Smyrna, 1891.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 275, n° 53. 


7474 
PI. 268 


148 


JElJ 


T€P NHCC6HN. Similar ; beneath bust, : border of dots. 
€A€Y 


9-59 








9€PAT€ 








*■ ™o?>™^ 








OVC€XO 








VCA 

(D r Babington sale, 1891.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 275, n° 55. 








Termessus Minor*. 








(ad Oenoanda). 








A colony of the Pisidian Termessus Major in Lycia (see Num. 








Chron., 1897, p. 25 ff.). 








* This Mint should have been placed under Lycia, but has been kept here in 








the order of the B . M . Catalogue . 








First Century B . C. 


7475 
PI. 268 


23 


JE11 


Bust of Hermes to r., wearing petasos ; behind shoulder, caduceus. 
tyL. yporNl J * E a §k standing tor. on caduceus. 


1.49 








(Gian Louisides, 1905.) 








B.M.Cat., p. 276, n° 1 (PI. xlii, 3). 

1 



— 610 — 



PISIDIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7476 
PI. 268 



49 
3-17 



JE 21 



7477 

Fl. 268 



7478 



IOO 

"6^8" 



66 



JE 21 



Pi. 268 4.27 



'479 



60 
3.88 



JE 18 



JE 18 



7480 
Pi. 268 



7481 
Pl. 268 



52 
3 37 



106 
"Of 



JE 18 



Head of Apollo to r., laureate : border of dots. 

TEPMH 
lEHN 



fy. T *™" 2 ■ Lyre (kithara) : border of dots. 



(Whittall sale, 1884.) 



Cf.B.M.Cat., p. 276, n° s. 
Head of Zeus to r., laureate ; behind, sceptre : border of dots. 

epmh: 

ZEON 



*£• T tco!1 I • Win ge J thunderbolt : border of dots 



Cf.B.M.Cat., p. 277, n° 11. 



Similar. 
}$L. Similar. 

Similar. 
tyL. Similar. 



(Apamea, 1891.) 



(G. Louisides, 1897.) 



(Bompois sale, Paris, 1882.) 
Cf.B.M.Cat., p. 277, n° 10. 

Imperial Coinage. 
Tiberius. 



JE 18 



7482 
PI. 269 



62 
4.01 



JE 19 



Head ot Tiberius to r., laureate. 

l$L. TEP. Free horse galloping to 1. ; below, 01. 

(D r Babington sale, 1891.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 277, n° is (PI. xlii, 6). 

Similar. 

fyL. Similar ; type to r. 

(Dr Babington sale, 1891.) 

Timbriada. 

Near the source of the Eurymedon (H.N., p. 712). 

Imperial Coinage. 
Hadrian. 

AVTP AAPIANOC. Bust of Hadrian to r., laureate, wearing cuirass 
and paludamentum : border of dots. 



— 611 



77 






PISIDIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7483 

PL 269 



7484 
PL 269 



7485 
PL 269 




37 
2.39 



JE 14 



92 
6.96 



JE 25 



61 
3-95 



JE 18 



T$L. TIMBPIA A6HN. Kybele seated to 1. on throne ; holds in 
extended r. patera, and in 1. cornucopiae ; beside her, two lions 
1. : border of dots. 

(W. H. Waddington, 1893.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 278, n° 1 (PL xlii, 7). 
Babelon, Inv. Waddington, p. 221, n° 4022. 



Geta. 



ACT€T AC- • Bare head of Geta to r. : border of dots. 

tyL. TIMBPIAA6HN. River-god Eurymedon reclining to 1., his 1. 
arm resting on urn : border of dots. 

(E. Aslanoglou, Smyrna, 1891.) 
Babelon, Inv. Waddington, p. 222, n° 4026. 



Tityassus. 

Imperial Coinage. 
Hadrian. 

AVKA TPAI AAPIANOC. Head of Hadrian to I., laureate : border 
of dots. 

tyL. TITYAC C€HN. Herakles to r. strangling Nemean lion ; to 1., 
club : border of dots. 

(Smyrna, 189 1.) 

Antoninus Pius. 

AV KAI ANTHN6INOC. Head of Antoninus Pius to r., laureate : 
border of dots. 

J$L. TITYAC C€flN. Zeus, wearing himation over lower limbs, 
enthroned to 1., holding patera in extended r. and resting 1. on 
sceptre: border of dots. 

(F.R. Wiedemann, Smyrna, 1893.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 279, n° 3. 

— 612 — 



LYCAONIA 



- 613 - 









LYCAONIA 



LYCAONIA 



Babelon, Invent air e de la collection Waddington (1898), pp. 270-5. 

Brit. Mus., Cat. of Greek Coins, Lycaonia, lsauria and Cilicia, by G. F. Hill (1900). 

Imhoof-Blumer, Kleinasiatische Mun^en, ii (1902), pp. 415-421. 

Ramsay in Jahreshefte des Oesterreich. Inst., VII (1904). 



614 — 



LYCAONIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








LYCAONIA 








Barata. 








(Bin-Bir-Kilisse). 








Imperial Coinage. 








Philip Senior. 


7486 
PI. 269 


160 


JE 29 


AVKAI-MIOVAI 4>IAinnON C€. Bust of Philip to r., wearing 
radiate crown, paludamentum and cuirass : border of dots. 


10.36 








fyL. KOINON AVKAO BAPAT€G0N. Athene, helmeted, standing to 








1., holding in r. phiale, rests with 1. on spear against which 








leans a shield ; before her, owl to 1. : border of dots. 








(Macridi Pacha, 1895.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 2, n° 4 (PI. 1, 2). 








Iconium. 








Konia. 








First Century B.C. 


7487 

PI. 269 


59 


JE 17 


Head of Zeus to r., laureate. 

$-• '„„», • Perseus, nude, standing to 1.; holds in r. harpa, in 
NltGuN 


3.82 








1. head of Gorgon ; in 1. field, HK. 

(Arnopoulos, Athens, 1899.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 4, 1. 








Cf. Mionnet, III, p. 534, n*> 6. 








Imperial Coinage. 








Gordianus Pius. 


7488 
PI. 269 


123 


jE 25 


IMP CAES M ANT GORDIANVS AVG. Bust of Gordian III to r., 
laureate, wearing paludamentum and cuirass : border of dots. 


7-97 








#-• ,C0N L EN r ' C ? L0 .Tyche, wearing kalathos, seated to 1. 
SR n ex 



6I4A — 



LYCAONIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



on throne, beneath which, wheel ; holds in r. steering-oar, and 

in 1. cornucopiae. 

(Magnesia, 1891.) 
B.M. Cat., p. 5, n° 9. 



7489 
PI. 269 



58 
3-75 



7490 
Pi. 269 



85 
5.50 



Gallienus. 

JE 19 IMP T P LIC GALLICNVr (sic) PFA. Head of Gallienus to r., 
radiate : border of dots. 

fyL COL ICONIEI. Bearded Satyr to 1., holding winebag on 1. 

shoulder, r. hand extended : border of dots. 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 

JE 23 Similar. 

p. ICONI €NCOLO rr , . J.J. t u J 1 

^" SR Tin field j ' " erakles > n ude, standing to front, head 1. ; 



r. resting on club, in 1. lion-skin : border of dots. 

B.M. Cat., p. 6, no 13 (PI. 1, n). 
Mionnet, III, p. 536, no 17. 



(Spink, 1899.) 



7491 
PI. 269 



545 
3-53 



Parlais. 

First Century B.C. 
JE 16 Head of Zeus to r., laureate. 

fy. 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 



Hill, G. F. — B.M.Cat., Lycaonia, Isauria and Cilkia, 1900. 
Imhoof-Blumer, Kleinasiatische Miin^en, II, 1902. 
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. 269 



80 
5.18 



M 16 Female head to r. (Demeter), veiled: border of dots. 

fyl. AAANEON. Horse standing to 1., 1. foreleg raised. 

(Osman Noury Bey, 1903.) 
Ct. B.M.Cat., p. 16. n° 9. 
Cf. Babelon, Inv. IViuidington, p. 223, n° 4045. 



7493 
PI. 269 



62 
4.01 



JE 19 Head of Zeus to r., laureate: border of dots. 

fy,. AAANEON (r.). Hermes, wearing petasos, nude, standing to 
1.; holding in extended r. purse, in 1., caduceus ; in field to 1., 
MOY : border of dots. 

(Theodoridi, 1892.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 16, n° 11. 
Ct. Mionnet, S. VII, p. 190, n° 169. 



7494 
PI. 269 



129 

irj6 



Aegae. 
{Ay as). 

On the gulf of Issus. 
Second and First Centuries B.C. 

fii2\ Head of Zeus to r., laureate. 

Y$L. AirEAIHN (to r.). Athene standing to 1., holding in r. Nike, 

1. supporting spear and shield; in field to 1., AAO. 

(Osman Noury Bey, 1906.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 21, n° 12 (PI. iv, 1), but date different. 



- 617 



CILICIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


7495 
PI. 269 


66 


iEi8 


Head of Athene to r., in crested Corinthian helmet; hair falling in 
long curls on neck : border of dots. 


4.27 








[AI]r€AI[HN] (above) 
fy. TMiriEPAI] • Goat lying 








KAI AVTONOMOY (below). 
*~ 1 








to 1. 

(Theodoridi, 1892.) 
Mionnet, III, p. 539, n° 10. 


7496 
Pi. 269 


113 


JE 22 


Head of City to r., veiled and turreted : border of dots. 
AITEAION 


7.32 








^- III? ,EPA2 • Bridled horse ' s h ead to 1.; to r. ¥f. 
I\ A 1 








[A]YTONOMOY 

(Constantinople, 1897.) 








B. M. Cat., p. 20, n° 2 (PI. in, 12). 








Imperial Times. 








Caracalla. 


7497 


373 


JE29 


AVT. . . • ANTONCINOC C€BA. Head of Caracalla to r., laureate ; 
to 1., countermark, lion running : border of dots. 


24.17 








$,. C€V... (above). AITEAinN.. (below). Galley: border of 








dots. 








Cf. Babelon, Inv. Waddington, p. 224, n° 4073. 








Alexandria ad Is sum. 








(near Alexandretta Iskanderun). 








Imperial Coinage. 








Com modus. 


7498 
Pi. 269 


45 


JE 17 


• -KOMMOA • • . Bare head of Commodus to r. : border of dots. 
fyl. AA6IANAP- • . Male figure (Dionysos), naked, standing facing, 


2.91 








holding thyrsos in 1.: border of dots. 








(Smyrna, 1 89 1.) 



618 — 



CILICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7499 
PI. 269 



7500 
PI. 269 



7501 
PI. 269 



28 
1. 81 



147 
9.52 



335 

21 .70 



M 13 



JE 23 



JE 35 



Anazarbus. 

(Anavar~a). 

On tfx Pyramus ; reckoned its era from autumn B.C. 79, /'// which 
year it received the title. Caesareia (//.AT., p. 716). 

First Century B.C. 

ANAZAP R€. Upper half of river-god Pyramos swimming to r., 
head thrown backwards : border of dots. 

\$L. €T DP. Horse to r. : border of dots. 

(Theodoridi, 1892.) 
Imhoof, Kleinasiat. Milnqtti, II, p. 432, n° 2 (PI. xvi, 22). 
Babelon, Inv. fVaddiugton, p. 226, n°4ioo. 

Imperial Coinage. 

Antoninus Pius. 

AYTKTAIAAAP ANTHNINOC C€B. Bust of Antoninus Pius to r., 
laureate and draped; in the field, the letters, l"in : border of dots. 

ty,. KAICAP€flN THN nPOC TH ANAZAPB. Veiled and turreted 

female head (of City) to r. ; in front, HOP (=178) ; behind 

€T : border of dots. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1896.) 
Babelon, Inv. Waddingtou, p. 227, n°.|U4. 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 33, n° 1 1. 

Caracal la. 

AVTKM AVP C€OVH POC ANTnN6INOC C€B. Bust of Caracalla 
to r., bearded and laureate, wearing cuirass and paludamentum : 
border of dots. 

R.. [ANAZAP] BOVMHTPOnOAEI C€T BAC (in ex.) K0, ^?? 0V 

AION 

Female figure (the Koinoboulion) seated to 1. on chair; holds 

in 1. cornucopiae : r. resting on knee; in front, amphora and 

tree ; in field, TB : border of dots. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1891.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 33, n° 15. 
Babelon, Inv. Waddington, p. 228, n°4i2i. 



— 619 — 



CILICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7502 
PI. 269 



7503 
PI. 27O 



7504 

PI. 270 



7505 
PI. 270 



266 
17.23 



iE 34 



395 
25-59 



JE$S 



219 
M-I9 



&2J 



228 

14-77 



JE28 



Severus Alexander. 

AVT K M A C€ AAEZANAPOC. Bust of Severus Alexander to r., 
laureate, wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 



1£. ANAZ€NAMHTPO€TH M C (year 248); in ex. 



. CVNOVCIA; 
' OIKOVM... 



in field 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. 

(From Asia Minor.) 
Cf. Babelon, Ann. de la Soc. num., VII, 26 (PI. 11, 8). 
Cf. Imhoof, Kleinasiat. Munien, II, p. 433, 11° 7. 



AYT K MA C€ AAEIANAPO. Similar bust : border of dots. 

ANASCNAOZM 
J$L. TB (in field) . Emperor in toga driving quadriga to 1.: 

€T HMC (in ex.) 

border of dots. 

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

Valerian Senior. 

AVT K OVAA€PIANOC C€. Bust of Valerian Senior to r., wearing 
radiate 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, 1899.) 
Cf.B. M. Cat., p. 39, no 40 (PI. vi, 15). 
Cf. Mionnet, III, p. 556, n° 98. 



AVT-K-nOAIK-OYAA€PIANOC C€. Bust to r., laureate, wearing 
cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 



— 620 



CILICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7506 
PI. 270 



195 
12.63 



JE 28 



7507 
Pi. 270 



175-3 
11.39 



A21 



^ 



. Six prize-crowns, the middle one in 



ANAZ APBOYMHTPO 

r r 

€TBOC 
A-M-KT 

upper row containing palm-branch : border of dots. 

(W.T. Ready, 1899.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 40, n° 45 (PI. vn, 1). 
Babdon, Ihv. Waddington, p. 251, n° 4170. 



Anemurium. 

In Ceils, on tlx promotorx nearest to Cyprus, was a mint of Atitio- 
chus IV. of Commagene (A .D.3S-/2) (H.N., p. 717). 

Imperial Coinage. 
Philip Senior. 

AVKAIMIOV <t>IAin[nONCE]. Bust of Philip Senior to r., laureate, 
wearing paludamentum and cuirass : border of dots. 

fyL €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 r., head reverted : border of dots. 

(Theodoridi, 1899.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 42, n»7 (PI. vn, 7). 
Babelon, Inv. H'aJJ., p. 232, 1104179. 

Aphrodisias. 

On th peninsula of Zephyr ium. To this city is attributed an important 
series of coins oj the Aegineiic standard (H .N., p. 717). 

Circ. B.C. 485-425. 

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



621 



CILICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7508 
PI. 270 



7509 
PI. 270 



7510 

PI. 270 



8.8 
0.57 



iRn 



220 
T4T5 



JE 30 



262 
16.97 



JE 30 



J$L. Incuse square containing conical or pyramidal baetyl ; in field 

to 1. A; r. T. — Aegin. Stater. 

(J. P. Lambros, 1887.) 

B. M. Cat., p. 97, n° 9 (PI. xvi, 5 ; under Mallus). 

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. 

Head of Hermes to 1., wearing petasos. 

lfyL. Aphrodite seated to 1. between two sphinxes, holding flower : 

border of dots. — Obol. 

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



Augusta. 

Probably derived its name from Livia Augnsta y situated on the Pyra- 
mus or the Sarus (H.N., p. 718). 

Imperial Coinage. 

TIBEPI02 KAI2AP 0EOY 2EBA2TOY YIOZ 2EBA2T02. Head 
of Tiberius to r., bare : border of dots. 

VjL. IOYAIA.2EBA2[TH] AYrOY2TANHN. Head of Livia to r.: 

border of dots. 

(W.T. Ready, 1899.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 44, n° 4 (PI. vn, 12). 

Trebonianus Gallus. 

AYT-KTOVT PI TAAAOC C€B. Bust of Trebonianus Gallus to r., 
wearing radiate crown, paludamentum and cuirass: border of 
dots. 

w AVrOVCT ANHN €T ~ . , r . . , , . 

^" TAC Tin ex ") ' *y cne °* ^ lt y seate d to »• on roc k» r. 

hand raised, 1. resting on seat ; at her feet, river-god swimming 



622 



CILICIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size . 


DESCRIPTION' 








to 1.; before her, female figure to i\, r. hand raised : border of 








dots. 








(Macridi Pacha, 1892.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 46, n° 12 (PI. vm, 2). 








Imhoof, Kleinasiat. Muu^en, II, p. 438, n° 3 (PI. xvi, 27 ; this coin). 








Celenderis. 








(Tchclindre). 








Chi tl)e coast of Traclxia, said to have been founded by Sandokos, 








fatlxr of Kinyras (H.N., p. 718). 








Circ. B.C. 4 5 0-400. 


7511 

PI. 270 


165 


J&20 


Nude horseman to 1., with whip in 1., riding sideways; with r. he 
holds bridle on near side of horse ; plain exergual line : border 


10.69 








of dots. 








tfL. KEA. Goat kneeling to 1., head reverted ; dotted exergual line : 








the whole in incuse circle. — Persic Stater. 








(A. O. van Lennep, Smyrna, 189 1.) 








Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 52, no 5 (PI. ix, 1). 








Cf. Babelon, PI. cxxxix, iS. 


7512 

PI. 270 


165.6 


A2(» 


Similar ; type to r. 

1}£. KEAEN. Goat kneeling to r. on one knee, head reverted ; 


10.73 








below, olive-spray with berries. — Persic Stater. 








(W.Webster, 1885.) 


7513 

PI. 270 


167.2 


^.19 


Similar; type to 1.; in field, below horse, A. 

fyL. KEAEN. Goat kneeling to 1.; above goat, countermark, bull to 


10.83 








r.; another, on goat's body, bull standing to 1. Chisel-cut. — 








Persic Stater. 








(Macridi Pacha, 1895.) 


7514 

PI. 270 


163 . 1 


^21 


Nude rider, with whip in 1., riding sideways on horse to r.; with 
r. he holds bridle on near side of horse. 


10.57 








fyL. KEHA sic (above). Goat kneeling to r.; dotted exergual line. 








Chisel-cut. — Persic Stater. 








(Macridi Pacha, 1893.) 



- 623 



CILICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



75*5 
Pi. 270 



7516 
Pi. 270 



7517 
Pi. 270 



7518 
Pi. 270 



166.2 
10.77 



M. 22 



161. 4 
10.46 



iR22 



Si-6 

3-34 



^.14 



15 ♦ 5 

1. 00 



JR. 9 



Similar ; dotted exergual line : border of dots. 



%~ 



KE 
/E 

N 

3A 



Similar type ; dotted line of exergue. Countermark on 



goat's body, bull to r. — Persic Stater. 



Similar. 



(W.T. Ready, 1896.) 



KEAE N 

^- N A (KiXsv$£?m-/.sv). Goat kneeling to r. on r. knee 
OKITIPE 
and looking back ; dotted line of exergue : the whole in incuse 
square. — Persic Stater. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1895.) 
Sir 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. 

Head, Hist. Num., 191 1, p. 719. 



Nude rider, with whip in 1., seated sideways on horse to 1.; dotted 
exergual line : border of dots. 

fyl. Goat kneeling to 1., head reverted; above, ivy-branch : dotted 
exergual line : the whole in incuse circle. — Persic Tetrobol. 



Cf. Babelon, PI. cxl, 2. 



(Spink, 1890.) 



Gorgoneion. 

tyL. Forepart of Pegasos to r., with curved wing, in dotted incuse 

square. — Obol. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1895.) 
Sir H. Weber, Num. Chron., 1896, p. 27, n° 54 (PI. in, 7 ; this coin). 
B.M.Cat., p. S3, n° 13 (PI. ix, 8). 
Babelon, PI. cxxxix, 2S- 



— 624 — 



CILICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION' 



7519 
PI. 270 



7520 
Pi. 270 



12 
0.77 



io-3 
0.67 



A9 



J&9 



7521 
PI. 270 



"•9 
0.77 



^9 



7522 
PI. 270 



'3-2 
0.86 



^9 



7523 
Pi. 270 



*3S 
0.87 



M. 10 



7524 
Pi. 270 



*3-2 
0.86 



A 10 



Similar. 

$L. Similar. — Obol. 

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

Similar. 

^i.. Similar; type to 1. — Obol. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1895.) 
Sir H. Weber, loc. cit., p. 27, n° 55 (PI. in, 8 ; this coin). 
B.M.Cat., p. S3, no 14. 
Babelon, PI. cxxxix, 24. 

Similar. 

I£. Forepart of horse, bridled, to r., tied to a pole(?): within 

incuse square. — Obol. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1895.) 
Sir H. Weber, loc. cit., p. 27, n° $6 (PI. in, 9 ; this coin). 

Similar. 

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. 

Forepart of Pegasos flying to r., with curved wing : border of dots. 

tyL. KEA. Goat, kneeling to r., head reverted : incuse circle. — 

Obol. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1895.) 
Sir H. Weber, loc. cit., p. 26, n° 52 (PI. Ill, 5 ; this coin). 
B.M.Cat., p. 56, n» 28. 
Babelon, PI. cxl, 9. 

Similar. 

fy.. Similar. — Obol. 

(Artist's Sale, July 1899.) 



— 62) — 



CILICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7525 
PI. 27O 



13 
O.84 



J&9 



7526 
PI. 270 



il8 



0.45 



7527 
Pl. 270 



6.5 

0.42 



iR8 



7528 
Pl. 270 



^EL8 



0.45 



Similar; type to 1. 

K E 
I$L. . Forepart of goat kneeling to r., head reverted : incuse 

A 



circle. — Obol. 



Babelon, Pl. cxl, 15. 



(Artist's Sale, July 1899.) 



7529 
Pl. 270 



II 
O.71 



Aio 



Forepart of Pegasos flying to r., curved wing: border of dots. 

1$L . . Goat kneeling to r. on one knee, head reverted : incuse 

A 

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). 



Similar. 

T$L. K E. Similar. — Hemiobol. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1898.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 56, no 33. 
Sir H. Weber, Num. Chron., p. 26, n° 53 (Pl. in, 6). 

Head of young Herakles to r., in lion-skin. 

fyL. Pegasus, with curled wing, flying to r.: incuse circle. — 
Hemiobol. 

(N. Demetriou, 1898.) 
Sir H. Weber, Num. Giron., 1896, p. 27, no 57 (Pl. in, 10; this coin). 

Later style. 
Horse prancing to r . : border of dots. 

tyL. KE. Goat kneeling to 1. on one knee, on exergual line, head 
reverted. — Obol. 

(Theodoridi, 1892.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 57, no 36 (Pl. x, 10). 
Cf. Babelon, Pl. cxl, 18. 



— 626 



CILICIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








BRONZE. 








Second Century B.C. 


7530 
PI. 270 


24 


M II 


Gorgoneion with streaming hair : border of dots. 

fyi. KE. Goat kneeling to r., head reverted : border of dots. 


1-55 








(O. Noury Bey, 1902.) 








Q. B.M.C., p. 57, n° 59 (PI. x, 12). 








First Century B.C. 








and Early Imperial Times. 


7531 

PI. 271 


"3 


M 22 


Wiled and turreted female bust (Tyche of the City) to r.; behind, 
II : border ot dots. 


7.32 








fy. KEAENAEP | T • A P ollo > nuJe > standing to 1., holding in r., 








laurel-branch, 1. elbow on column surmounted by tripod; in 








field to 1., in. 








(Whittall Sale, 1884 ; lot 1258.) 








Ci. B.M.Cat., p. 57, n°^ 40-42. 


7532 


78 


JE 21 


Similar; to 1. of head, monogram l^f. 


PI. 271 


5.05 




T$L. KEjAENAEPITHN. Apollo, as on last coin; in field 1., HY- 

(F.R.Wiedemann, Smyrna, 1893.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 58, n° 43. 

Imperial Coinage. 
Philippus Senior. 


7533 
Pi. 271 


143 


JE 26 


AVK M IOVA 4>IAinnOC C€. Bust of Philip Senior to r., laureate, 
wearing cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 


9.26 








J$L. K€A€[N]A€PITnN. Poseidon, naked, standing to 1., resting 








with 1. on trident, holding in extended r., dolphin : border of 








dots. 








(N. Demetriou, 1898.) 








Babelon, Inv. JVadJington, p. 234, n°42i8. 



627 - 



79 



CILICIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Claudiopolis. 

(Mut). 

Situated in the Calycadnus valley ; probably founded by Domitian, 
and named after his deified wife. 








Imperial Coinage. 
Severus Alexander. 


7534 
•PI. 271 


203 


^E28 


• • • C€Y AAEEANAPOC. Bust of Severus Alexander to r., laureate, 
wearing cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 


13.15 








J$L. NIN N ; in ex., CLAV. Colonist ploughing with two oxen, to 
r.; in back -ground, Roman standard (vexillum) : border of dots. 
Cf. Kubitschek, Num. Zeits., XXXIV (1902), pp. 1-27. 








Maximinus. 


7535 

Pi. 271 


i95 


JE2S 


MAXIMIN- • PIV. . . Bust of Maximinus to r., laureate, wearing 

cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. Three countermarks, 
Nike standing. 


12.63 








. -N N; in ex., CLAV. Colonist ploughing with two oxen, to r.: 

border of dots. 

(Webster Sale, Feb. 1886.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 117, n° 8. 


7536 
Pi. 271 


170 


JE 25 


IMP MAXIMINVS PI. Similar bust. 

J$C. COL NINI CLA. Satyr, naked, standing to 1., holding rhyton in 
r. hand and in 1. wine-skin ; in field, VA : border of dots. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1891.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 1 17, n° 7 (PI. xxi, 4). 
Mionnet, S. VIII, p. 421, n° 2. 


n. 01 








Colybrassus. 

An inland city near the Pamphylian border, not far from Side {H .N., 

P- 7I9)- 

Imperial Coinage. 

Trajan Decius. 


7537 
Pi. 271 


150 


.JE26 


AVT KAICrM€CCKV TPAIAN A€KIOC. Bust of Trajan Decius to 
r., laureate, wearing paludamentum and cuirass. 


9.72 



628 — 



CILICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7538 



7539 
PI. 271 



7540 
PI. 271 



193 

12. 50| 



JE 30 



74 5 

4.83 



JE 19 



153 
9.91 



^ 28 



J$L. KOAVBP [ACC]€fiN. Zeus, wearing himation about lower 
limbs, seated to 1.; 1. resting on sceptre; r. extended towards 
eagle at his feet : border of dots. 

(Magnesia, 1891.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 62, no 9. 



Cornelius Valerianus. 

nOVAIKKOPOVAA€PIANON KAI C€B. Bust of Cornelius Vale- 
rianus to r., bare-headed, wearing paludamentumand cuirass; in 
front, A ; below, spread eagle facing : border of dots. Holed in 

centre. 

fyL. [KOA] YBP ACC6HN. Hermes, naked, standing towards 1., 
holding purse in r. hand, and caduceus in 1.: border of dots. 

(N. Demetriou, 1898.) 

Coracesium. 

(Alaya). 

Imperial Coinage. 
Antoninus Pius. 

KAI ANTCON6INOC Head of Antoninus Pius to r., laureate. 

V,L. KOPAK[HC] IGOTCON. Demeter standing to 1., holding ears of 

corn in r. 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. 

Legend indistinct. Bust of Philippus Senior to r., laureate, wearing 
cuirass and paludamentum ; in field to r., H. 

fyL KOPAKH Poseidon standing to 1., holding dolphin in 

extended r. and trident in 1. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1896.) 



— 629 — 



CILICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7541 

PI. 271 



7542 

PL 271 



99 
6.41 



JE 22 



IQ3 -S 

6.71 



JE 21 



Corycus. 
(Korgos). 

On the coast, south-west of Elaeussa ; near it was the Corycian cave 
(H.N., p. 720). 

Autonomous. 

First Century B . C. 

Turreted female head (of the City) to r . ; behind, 2A : border of 
dots. 

T$L. KnPVKinTHN (r.). Hermes, wearing petasos, chlamys fasten- 
ed round neck, and winged sandals, standing to 1.; holds in 1. 



caduceus, and in r., purse ; in field to 1. 



Eni 
Al 



(From the Bompois and Billoin sales, Paris, 1882 and 1886.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., PL xi, 14. 
Babelon, Inv. Waddington, p. 236, n° 4247. 



Similar ; behind head, A. 

EY 

J$L. Similar; in front of Hermes, En I 

EP 



(Theodoridi, 1892.) 



7543 
PI. 271 



Imperial Times. 

201 JE 28 OPON. Female head to r., wearing wreath (Aphrodite); hair tied 
J 3 -° 2 in chignon ; in front, aplustre (?) : border of dots. 

KflYPKI 
J$L. OTnNI • Hermes standing to 1., chlamys hanging from 

shoulder down his back; he holds caduceus in 1., and purse in 
extended r. 

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



630 — 



CILICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7544 
PI. 271 



i)3 
9.91 



JE 26 



7545 

Pi. 271 



209 
13-54 



JE2S 



7546 
PI. 271 



261 
16.91 



JE 29 



Imperial Coinage. 
Gordianus Pius. 

AVK MANTH TOPAIANOC. Bust of Gordian III to r., laureate, 
wearing cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 

fy. K ^ PV ,Ji n TON AVT. Poseidon, naked, but for chlamys 

over 1. shoulder, standing to 1., placing r. foot on prow ; holds in 

r. dolphin, 1. resting on trident: border of dots. 

(N. Demetriou, 1905.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 68, n° 16. 
Babelon, Inv. W'additigton, p. 236, n° 4256. 

Gallienus. 



AVK nOA-.. TAAAIHN 
OC 

cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots 



Bust of Gallienus to r., laureate, wearing 



B&. KflPVKin TON AVTO ; in field, NO (r,) MO[Y] (!.)• Female 

figure, wearing chiton and peplos, standing to 1. ; in r. aplustre, 

1. resting on sceptre ; at her feet, prow : border of dots. 

(Greenspan, 1901.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 70, n<> 24. 
Cf. Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 208, n° 23}. 
Babelon, Inv. Waddington, p. 237, ^4263. 

Diocaesareia. 

Metropolis of Cennatis, in the lower Calycadnus Valley. 

Imperial Coinage. 
Caracalla. 

AYTOKKAIC MAYPANT [flN€IN]OC C€B. Bust of Caracalla to 
r., laureate, wearing paludamentum and cuirass : border of dots. 
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. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








horses galloping; she holds in raised r. thunderbolt, and in 1. 








aegis : border of dots. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1892.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 73, n° 10. 
Imhoof, Zeits.f. Num., XIII, p. 136. 








Philip Senior. 


7547 
Pi. 271 


370 


JE 31 


AYT K MIOYAIOC OlAlinnOCCC Bust of phiHp Senior to r-> 

wearing radiate crown, paludamentum and cuirass : border of 


23.97 








dots. 








AAPIA A 10 .... 

1$L. . Veiled and turreted female figure of the 
NA 








City seated to r. ; in front of her, Tyche standing to 1., wearing 
kalathos, holding in r. steering-oar, in 1. cornucopiae ; at their 
feet, upper part of river-god swimming : border of dots. 

(W.T. Ready, 1900.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 74, n° 14. 

Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 209, n° 236. 


• 






Babelon, Inv. Waddington, p. 237, n° 4272 (PI. x, 10). 

Flaviopolis. 

On the spurs of M l Taurus, above Ana^arbus ; named after 
Vespasian, who organised the province in 74 (H.N., p. 720). 








Imperial Coinage. 
Domitian. 


7548 
Pi. 272 


219 


JE 27 


[ACM€]TIANOC KAICAP. Head of Domitian to r., laureate; in 
front, countermark, helmeted bust of Athene to r. 


14.19 








fy. [OA]AYI0 nOA€l T[flN]. Two draped and laureate busts, 








confronted, each with star on forehead (Dioskuri) : border of dots. 








(W.T. Ready, 1899.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 78, no 1. 








Cf. Babelon, Inv. Waddington, p. 238, no 4283. 



632 — 



CILICIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION" 








Marcus Aurelius. 


7549 
PI. 272 


106 


JE 23 


MAVP ANTHN6INOC C€B. Bust of M. Aurelius to r., laureate 
and draped : border of dots. 


6.86 








fy,. <J>AAOYIO nOA6ITflN. Athene standing to 1., holding patera 








€T 

in r. and sacrificing at altar to 1. ; in 1., spear; in field 1. OV ., 

C 

and r. ?A (94) : border of dots. 

(W.T. Ready, 1904.) 














Hieropolis-Castabala. 








(Budrum on tl)c Py ramus). 








Autonomous. 








First Century B . C. 


7550 
PI. 272 


124 


JE 19 


Head of Tyche to r., turreted, wearing necklace; behind, mono- 
gram, W. 


8.03 








LlE]POnOAIT(nNj (r.) 
fy~. [T]flN riPOZT HI] • Goddess of Hieropolis, wearing 
nYPAMini] (l.) 
kalathos, seated to 1. on throne with high back; below seat, eagle. 








(W.T. Ready, 1899.) 
Ct". B. M. Cat., p. 82, no. 1 (PI. xiv, 1). 
Babelon, Ittv. IVaddington, p. 239, n° 4303. 


755i 

Pi. 272 


8) 


JE 22 


Head of Tyche to r., veiled and turreted. 

[IEPO] 
u , nOAITON (above) D . , D . 
^" fTn]NnPOCT[n] * Rlver "§ od p y ramos swimming to r., 

[nYPAMH] (below) 
upper part of his body above the waves, head facing; on his r. 
hand, eagle to r. 

(Theodoridi, 1892.) 
Ct. B. M. Cat., p. 82, no 4 (PI. xiv, 2). 
Mionnet, III, p. 583, n° 218. 
Babelon, Inv. IFadJington, p. 237, n° 4309. 


5.50 



- 633 



CILICIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


7552 


106 


JE 22 


Similar ; monogram behind head, indistinct. 

J$L. Similar legend and type; partly illegible. 

(Constantinople, 1897.) 
Cf. Mionnet, III, p. 583, n° 219. 


6.86 








Imperial Coinage. 








Septimius Severus. 


7553 
Pi. 272 


310 


JE31 


16 P OnOAl TOON KACTABAA6CO N. Bust of youthful Dionysos 
to r., wreathed with ivy, thyrsos over 1. shoulder; in front, 
bunch of grapes : border of dots. 


20.08 








fy. [AVT KAIA C 6n] C€ VHPOC H€PC€. The Emperor in mili- 
tary dress standing to 1. ; holding in r. Nike to r., standing on 
globe and holding wreath and palm ; 1. resting on spear : border 
ol dots. Two countermarks indistinct, in 1. and r. field. 

(F.R. Wiedemann, Smyrna, 1898.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 84, n° 12 (PL xiv, 6). 
Imhoof, Monn. gr., p. 352, n° 22c 
Babelon, Inventaire Waddington, p. 240, n° 4320. 

Irenopolis. 

The Eastern city, near Ana%arbus y perhaps at Kars Ba^ar (H.N., 

p. 721). 

Imperial Coinage. 

Julia Domna. 


7554 
PL 272 


102 


JE 24 


IOVAIA AOMNA C€BA. Bust of Julia Domna to r. : border of dots. 

fy. €IPHNOnOAITflN. Bust of Heraklesto r., veiled and bearded, 
with long hair; €TOV ANP(= 154): border of dots. 


6.61 








(Osman Noury Bey, 1903.) 
Head, Hist. Num., 191 1, p. 721. 

Isaura Nova. 








Metropolis of Isauria proper, perhaps at Tris Maden (Siristaf). 

(tf.Jv\,p. 7 2l). 

Imperial Times. 








Severus — Julia Mamaea. 


7555 

PL 272 


45 


M 19 


Head of young Herakles in lion-skin to r. : border of dots. 


2.91 



— §34 



CILICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7556 

PI. 272 



145 

9-39 



M 26 



7557 
Pi. 272 



164 
10.62 



JE 26 



7558 

PI. 272 



159-5 
10.34 



JR. 20 



tfL. IC AV PflN. Youth armed with sword riding on lion running 

to r. : border of dots. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1893.) 
Publ. by Sir H. Weber, Num. Cbron., 1896, p. 28, n° 58. 
Head, Hist. Num., 191 1, p. 721. 



Imperial Coinage. 
Caracalla. 

AVK MAV ANTflN€INOC. Bust of young Caracalla to r., laureate, 
wearing cuirass with Gorgoneion : border of dots. 

I$£. MH TPO nO A6HC ICAV; in ex., PON. Tetrastyle temple; 
within, bearded bust on column to r. : border of dots. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1898.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 13, n° 2 (PI. 11, 10). 

Similar ; same die. 

fyL. MHTPOnO 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. ; in exergue, small altar : border of dots. 

(Spink, 1893.) 
Publ. by Sir H. Weber, Num. Cbron., 1896, p. 28,110 59 (PI. iv, 12). 
B. M. Cat., p. 14, n° 4 (PI. 11, 11). 



Issus. 

At the head of the gulf of tbe same name (H.N., p. 722). 

Satrapal Coinage. 

Tiribazus. 

B.C. 386-380. 

Baal, with himation on 1. shoulder and about lower limbs, stand- 
ing to 1. ; 1. resting on sceptre ; r. holding spread eagle : border 
of dots. 



- 635 - 



80 



CILICIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








1$L. Ahura-mazda, to front, nude, head r., his body terminated by 
winged solar disk of Persian form ; holds in r., wreath (indistinct), 
in 1. lotus-flower; in field 1., AMI. — Persic Stater. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1891.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 90, n° 3 (PI. xv, 3;. 
Cf. Babelon, Perses Achimenides, p. 21, n° 156 (PI. ill, 16). 
Cf. Id., Inv. Wadd., p. 241, 1104333 (PI. x, 14). 

Laerte. 

On the coast near the western border (H.N., p. 722). 

Imperial Coinage. 
Trajan. 


7559 

PI. 272 


105 


JE 18 


AYTOKPAT COPTPAIANOC Head of Trajan to r., laureate : border 
of dots. 


6.80 








H)L. . Demeter seated to 1. ; holding in r. poppy and ear 








of corn, 1. resting on sceptre: border of dots. 








(A. Lawson, Smyrna, 1891.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 91, n° 3 (PI. xv, s). 








Lyrbe. 








Near Side, on the western border (H.N., p. 723). 








Imperial Coinage. 








Gordianus Pius. 


7560 

Pi. 272 


95 


JE 24 


AV-KMANTTOPAIANOC C€B. Bust of Gordian III to r. ? lau- 
reate, wearing paludamentum and cuirass : border of dots. 


6.15 








J$L. AYPB €ITflN. Ares wearing crested helmet and cuirass, stand- 








ing to r. ; r. resting on spear, 1. on shield : border of dots. 








(Babington Sale, 1891.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 93, n° 4. 
Babelon, Inv. Waddington, p. 242, no 4348. 



— 636 



CILICIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








M alius. 








One of the oldest cities in Cilicia, on the lower course of the Cydnus, 








was according to one tradition founded by Mopsas and Antphilochus, the 








latter of whom had a famous oracle on the spot (//. N., p. 723). 








Circ. B.C. 425-385. 








Persic standard. 


7561 

PI. 272 


161 


iR20 


Beardless male winged figure, nude to waist, with long straight 
wings, in kneeling-running posture to r.; holding in both hands 
a disk with star on it; dotted exergual line : border of dots. 


IO.43 








^L. MAP. Swan standing to 1.; in front, grain of corn; behind, 

9 : incuse circle. — Persic Stater. 

(W. Webster, 1884.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 97, n° 12 (PI. xvi, 8). 
Cf. Imhoof, Monti, gr., PI. G, n° 5. 

Cf. Jameson, PI. i.xxx, 1603. 
Babelon, p. 874, n° 1 397 (this coin). 


7562 
PI. 272 


IO.5 


JR. 8 


Head of Herakles, bearded, to r. 

lfy„. Swan to 1. : within incuse square. — Obol. 


0.68 








(From Asia Minor, 1903.) 
Cf. Imhoof, Monti, gr., p. 358, n° 35. 


7563 

PI. 272 


5.6 


iR8 


Head of Athene to 1., in close-fitting crested helmet. 

tyL. Swan to r., wings raised; % in front: all in incuse square. — 

Hemiobol. 

(Theodoridi, 1892.) 
Publ. by Sir H.W., Num. Chron., 1896, p. 29, n°6o(Pl. HI, 13). 
Cf. Head, Hist. Num., 191 1, p. 723. 


0.36 








Circ. B.C. 385-333. 


7564 
PI. 272 


166 


iR22 


Head of Kronos to r., bearded, wearing decorated taenia; behind, 
fish with long snout, upwards : border of dots. 


10.75 








Y$L. MAA. Demeter, wearing sphendone, stephane, long chiton, and 
peplos hanging behind, moving to r. ; holds in r. flaming torch, 
in 1. ears of corn held downwards : concave field. — Persic Stater. 








(J.A.Criona, Constantinople, 1891.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 99, n° 20 (PI. xvn, 2). 
Cf. Babelon, PI. exxxvm, 7. 



— 637 



GILICIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


7565 
PI. 272 


161 .5 


^22 


Similar. 

fyL. Similar; in field to 1., grain of corn. — Persic Stater. 


IO.47 








(J.A.Criona, Constantinople, 1891.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 99, n° 21. 








Babelon, PI. cxxxviu, 9. 


7566 

PI. 272 


l6l. 4 


iR2l 


The King of Persia as archer, bearded, wearing kidaris and kandys, 
running to r. ; he holds in r. a lance terminated by an apple, 
and in 1. a bow ; in field to 1., grain of corn. 


IO.46 








T$L. MAA (to [."). Beardless Herakles, nude, to r., strangling lion ; 








the group stands on capital of a column ; in field to 1., club : 
border of dots. — Stater. 

(J.P.Lambros, 1884.) 

B.M.Cat., Cilicia, p. 99, n° 24 (PI. xvii, 5). 

Babelon, Penes Achim., PI. m, 14. 

Imhoof, Ann. de Num., 1883, PI. v, 24. 

Babelon, Traite, PI. cvn, 10. 


7567 
PI. 272 


158 


A2I 


Bare head of Herakles to r., bearded, with lion-skin fastened 
round neck; behind, shield : border of dots. 


IO.23 








J$L. MAA (to 1.). Head of bearded satrap to r. in Persian tiara. — 








Stater. 








(A. Michel, 1891). 
Cf. B. M. Cat., PI. XVII, 9. 








Cf. Babelon, Perses Ache'm., PI. iv, 3. 








Babelon, Traite, PI. cvn, 9. 








Imhoof, Kleinasiat. Mun\en, PI. xvm, 8. 


7568 
PI. 272 


MS 


J&I9 


Head of Aphrodite to r., wearing sphendone : border of dots. 
I$L. MAA Afl. Head of bearded satrap to r. in Persian tiara. — 


9-39 








Stater. 








(A. Michel, 1 89 1.) 
Cf. Babelon, Traite, PI. cvn, 5. 








Cf. Babelon, Perses Achetn., PI. iv, 2. 


7569 
PI. 272 


17 


JE 11 


TTY (to 1.). Youthful head of Triptolemos(?) to r. ; with curly 
hair and wearing corn-wreath : border of dots. 


I. TO 



— 638 



CILICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7570 
PI. 273 



98 
6.35 



M 20 



7571 

PL 273 



220 
14-25 



yE 28 



7572 



306 
19.82 



iE 30 



J$L. MAA (below). Gorgoneion. 

(Dimitriou, 1892.) 
Imhoof, KUinasiatische Murium, II, p. 471, n° 11 (PL xvm, 11 ; this coin). 
Head, Hist. Num., p. 724. 

Imperial Coinage. 
Claudius. 

Head of Claudius, laureate, to r. 

fyL. MAAAOTflN. Athene standing, holding in r. spear, and in 1., 
Nike; dress ornamented on r. and 1. sides with phalli : border of 

dots. 

(W. S. Lincoln.) 
Imhoof, Anmtaire de numismatiqtu, 1883, p. 123. 
Cf. Mionnet, III, p. 592, n° 250 (r<r.). 

Faustina Junior. 

ANIAN 4>AYTINAN C6BACTHN. Bust of Annia Faustina to r., 
draped. 

fy.. AOYKIAIAN C6BACTHN MAAAHTHN. Bust of Lucilla to r., 

draped. 

(Giau Louisides, 1905.) 

Valerianus Senior. 

IMP CLIC VALERIANVS P F AVG. Bust of Valerian to r., laureate, 
wearing cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 

fyi. MALLO COLONIA. Amphilochos, chlamys round neck and 
over 1. arm, standing to front, head 1.; holds in r. laurel-branch 
held downwards; at his feet, boar to 1.; to r., tripod on base, 

encircled by serpent; in ex., SC. 

(Dr Earinos, Smyrna, 1891). 
B. 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. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Second Century B.C. 


7573 
Pi. 273 


106 


JE 20 


Head of Zeus to r., laureate : border of dots. 

l$l. MOM'EATflN. Lighted circular altar, on tripod-basis of lion's 

legs ; in field, 1. FN ; r. E . 

(H. Hoffmann, 1885.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 103, n° 2 (PI. xvin, 2). 


6.86 








Imperial Coinage. 








Hadrian and Sabina. 


7574 
Pi. 273 


196 


JR.25 


TPAAPIANOCC€, and in field, 1717. Bust of Hadrian to r., 

laureate and draped : border of dots. 


12.70 








$L. [CAB]€INA C€RAAPI MOV6ATG0N nOA€C0C. Bust of Sabina 
to r., as Artemis, wearing stephane, with quiver behind shoulder. 

— Tetradrachm. 

(A. Lawson, Smyrna, 1 89 1 . ) 
B. M. Cat., p. 106, n° 14 (PI. xvin, 6). 
Imhoof, Monn. gr., p. 361, n° 39. 
Zeit. f. Num., X, p. 293, n» 1 (PI. x, 18). 

Severus Alexander. 


7575 
Pi. 273 


360 


JE 36 


AVT KC€AA€ IANAPOC. Bust of Severus Alexander to r., lau- 
reate : border of dots. 


23.32 








$L. AAPAAEZAMAPOVnMOy€ATnM ; in centre of field, C 9 

(=296). Apollo, nearly facing, head to 1. ; r. leg crossed over!.; 
holds in r. uncertain object, 1. hand rests on column ; opposite 
to him stands Artemis in short chiton, taking with r. arrow from 
quiver on her back, and carrying in her 1. dead animal by hind 
legs : border of dots. 

(N. Dimitriou, 1902.) 
Publ. by Sir H. W., Corolla Numismatica, 1906, p. 300, no 9 (PI. xv, 9). 














Nagidus. 

(Boz Yay). 

Between Anemurium and Posidium. 








Circ. B.C. 400-380. 


7576' 
1 Pl-273 


166 
10.75 


J&22 


Aphrodite enthroned to 1. ; she is draped ; her hair falls in three 



— 640 — 



CILICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7577 
PI. 273 



158.6 
10.28 



if^24 



7578 

PI. 273 



io-S 
0.68 



A9 



7579 
PI. 273 



11 
0.71 



JR. 10 



long plaits on her shoulders; holds in r. phiale, 1. elbow rests on 
arm of throne ; at her 1. side, Eros standing to 1., wings raised, 
branch of myrtle in r., about to crown the goddess; in front, 
altar : border of dots. 

1$L. NAriAEHN. Bearded Dionysos standing towards 1. ; he wears 
wreath, and himation over 1. shoulder and from waist down- 
wards; holds in r. vine-branch with leaves, tendrils and bunch of 
grapes; in 1. thyrsos : border of dots. — Persic Stater. 

(J . P. Lambros, 1885.) 
Cf. Babelon, PI. cxli, 16. 
B.M.Cat., PI. xix, 11-12. 

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 seat mouse to I. ; in front of Aphrodite, 
rose tree; above, 1., Eros flying tor. about to crown the goddess; 
dotted exergual line : border of dots. 

T$L. [NJAriAIKON. Bearded Dionysos standing to 1., wearing hima- 
tion over 1. shoulder and lower limbs ; holds in r. vine-branch 
with leaves, tendrils and bunch of grapes ; in field 1. AOH above, 
and Tl below: border of dots. — Persic Stater. 

(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 later. 

Head of Aphrodite to 1., wearing earring and necklace, hair in 
sphendone : border of dots. 

J$L. NAn (to r.). Bearded head (Dionysos) to r., hair rolled : con- 
cave field. — Obol. 

Publ. by Sir H.W., Num. Chron., 1896, p. 32, n°67; PI. ill, 20 (as coin of 
Marium); and also in B.M.Cat., Cyprus, Int. LXI, m (PI. 16). 

Head of Aphrodite to r., hair rolled, tresses flying loose at crown ; 
behind, N : border of dots. 



— 641 



CILICIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








J$L. N (to r.). Similar head : border of dots. — Obol. 








(Whittall Sale, 1884.) 
Babelon, PI. cxli, 7. 








Cf. Imhoof, Monn. gr., p. 363, n° 42. 








Cf. Babelon, Inv. Waddington, p. 247, n° 4410. 


7580 


11. 5 


J&IO 


Head of Aphrodite to 1., wearing earring and necklace; hair in 
sphendone : border of dots. 


0.75 








fyL NATI (to 1.). Bearded head (Dionysos) tol., hair rolled : con- 








cave field. — Obol. 








(W. T. Ready, 1895.) 








B. M. Cat., p. no, no 8 (PI. xix, 8). 








Circ. B.C. 374-333. 


758l 
PI. 273 


136 


^23 


Aphrodite, draped, enthroned tol., wearing Stephanos ; holds phiale 
in r. and rests 1. elbow on throne ; to 1., Eros flying to r. about 


8.81 








to crown her with myrtle- wreath ; beneath throne, mouse to 1. : 








border of dots. Chisel-cut. 








J$L. NAriAIIKON. Bearded Dionysos standing towards 1., resting 








1. on thyrsos, and holding in r. vine-branch with bunch of grapes; 








in field 1., HPA (above), [l]A (below) : border of dots. — Stater. 








(Macridi Pacha, 1892.) 
Babelon, Traite, p. 923, n° 1524. 


7582 

PI. 273 


157-5 


ifU 3 


Similar ; in front of Aphrodite, a rose. Chisel-cut. 

%L. NAriAIKON. Similar; to 1. of Dionysos, TOA (above) Zl 


10.21 








(below) . — Stater . 

(Macridi Pacha, 1892.) 








B. M. Cat., p. 114, n<> 25 (PI. xx, 9). 








Babelon, p. 924, n° 1524. 








Olba. 








(Oura). 








" Said to have been founded by Ajax, son of Teucer, who established 








there a famous temple of Zeus ". (H.N ., 726). 



642 — 



CILICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7583 

PI. 273 



126. 5 

8.20 



JE 21 



7584 
PI. 273 



106 

"6~86" 



JE 22 



7585 
Pi. 273 



'45 
9-39 



jE 23 



Ajax son of Teucer. A.D. 10/11 — 14/15 or later. 
(a). Without head of Emperor. 

AIANTOI (r.) TEYKPOY (1.). Head of Ajax, as Hermes, to r., in 
close-fitting cap ; he wears chlamys on shoulders ; in front, cadu- 
ceus : border of dots. 

APXIEPEfni] 

R£. OriAPXOY j n centre tnskeies to 1. ; on either side, A (vear 
^ KENNATinN] v " 



0. 



AAAAII 



(H. Hoffmann; from Bompois Sale, 1882.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 119, n° 2 (PI. XXI, 8). 
Xum. Cbron., 1899, p. 189 f., n° 1. 
Mionnet, III, p. 598, n° 276. 



Similar. 



APXIEPEOI 
TOnAP XOY 
fy-. KENNATflN. Winged thunderbolt : border of dots. 
AAAAZ 

<- E (year 4). 

(O. Noury Bey, 1905.) 

Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 119, n° 2 (oh:), no 4 (rev.). 

(b). With head of Augustus. 

KAIIAPOI (r.) IEBAZTOY (1.). Head of Augustus to r. laureate : 
border of dots. 

fyL [KENN A THN KAll AAAAZIEON (indistinct). In the field : 

[AP.XIEPE 

n]IAIANTOI 

[TjEYKPOY . Winged thunderbolt. 

[TlOfTAP XOY 

[«-]A (yean). 

(J.P.Lambros, 1883.) 

B. M. Cat., p. 121, n° 8 (PI. xxn, 2). 

Num. Cbron., 1899, no 5 t, PI. xn, 7 (rev.). 

Mionnet, 5., VII, p. 238, n° 320. 



- 643 



CILICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7586 

PI. 273 



215 
13.93 



JE25 



7587 
PI. 273 



122 
7-90 



JE 22 



7588 
Pi. 273 



63 
4.08 



JE 19 



(c). With head of Tiberius. 

ZEBAIT02 IEBAITOY KAI2AP. Head of Tiberius to r., laur- 
eate : border of dots. 

APXIEPEHI 

AIANT02 «r 
fy,. . . • AA22EHN. In the field : TEYKPOY (years). Winged 

TOriAPXOY E 

EniAIOAH 

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. 

Head of Athene to r. in crested Corinthian helmet; behind, ZA : 
border of dots. 

fy. IEAEYKEHN TON T7POI THI KAAYKAANOI. Nike advanc- 

n 

ing to 1. ; 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. 

Head of Apollo to r., laureate ; hair in formal curls ; behind, IA : 
border of dots. 

fy.. Similar legend : in the field, AOH above, and AOH below. 
Borepart of horse galloping to r. : border of dots. 

(Christodoulos, Athens, 1902.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., PI. xxm, 5. 



— 644 — 



CILICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7589 
PI. 273 



I20 

7-77 



jE 22 



7590 
Pi. 273 



58 
3 75 



IE 20 



759i 
Pi. 274 



225 
M~T8 



JE 29 



7592 
Pi. 274 



90 
5.83 



JE 22 



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

fy. :i]EA€VK€nN (to r.) t ^ A N q C (to 1.)- Athene standing to 1., 

holding Nike in r. and supporting shield and spear in 1. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1892.) 
Mionnet, III, p. 599, n° 282. 

Imperial Coinage. 
Septimius Severus. 

AVKACC€OVH POC. Head of Sept. Severus to r., laureate : 
border of dots. 

I£. C€A€VK6nNTON TTPOC KAAVKA and in inner circle ANfl. 
Tyche standing to 1., wearing kalathos, holding in r. steering- 
oar, in 1. cornucopiae : border of dots. 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 133, n<> 25. 
Babclon, Inv. WadJingtoti, p. 250, n° 4461. 

Macrinus. 

AVK M-On C€0 VHPMAKPI N OC Bust of Macrinus to r., laur- 
eate, wearing cuirass : border of dots. 

j^ C€A€VK€ ( in exergue ) JON nPOC TO KAAYKAA. The 

Emperor and Tyche ; Emperor standing to 1., in military dress, 

holds in 1. spear, with r. he crowns Tyche, who stands to 1., 

wearing kalathos, holding in her r. rudder, in 1. corncupiae : 

border of dots. 

(J. P. Lambros, 1885.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 135, n° 31. 

AVK On MAKPINOC. Bust of Macrinus to r., laureate, wearing 
cuirass : border of dots. 

V,L. C€A6VK€HN TON KAAY. Tyche standing towards 1., holding 
rudder in r. and cornucopiae in 1. : border of dots. 

(N. Dimitriou, 1902.) 



— 645 



CILICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7593 
Pi. 274 



7594 

Pi. 274 



7595 

Pi. 274 



230 
I4-90 



JE 



29 



348 
22.55 



^35 



3i5 
20.41 



JE36 



Severus Alexander. 

AV-KMAVP-C-AASZA NAPOC. Bust of Severus Alexander to 
r., wearing radiate crown, paludamentum and cuirass : border of 
dots. 

C€A€V K€ 

$» HNK • Athene to r., helmeted, holding shield in 1. and 

AA 

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. 

MANTflNIOC rOPAIANOC C€ KAICA BINIANTPANKVAAI NAN 
C€B. Busts of Gordian III, wearing radiate crown, paludamentum 
and cuirass to r., and Tranquillina, wearing stephane to 1., face 
to face : border of dots. 



€A 
€V0€PAC 



. Busts of Apollo, laureate, to r. 



$.. C€A€YK€HN THN nPOCTfl. 

KAAYK 

AAN and below, 

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. 

AYT K MIOVAIOC <t>IAinnOCC€B. Bust of Philip Senior to r., 

wearing radiate crown, paludamentum and cuirass : border of 

dots. 

KAAN 

n 

$£. C€A€VK€HN THN nPOC Tfl KAAY; in the field, J* . 

C 
in ex., €A€V0€ 



646 — 



CILICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7596 
PI. 274 



7597 
Pi. 274 



272 
17.62 



^33 



166 
10.75 



JE 28 



Busts of Apollo, laureate, to 1., andTyche, wearing kalathos and 

with branch (?) behind her, r., confronted : border of dots. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1892.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 140, n° so. 

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

Trebonianus Gallus. 

AVK TAIOV AITP6BH TAAAOC Bust of Trebonianus Gallus to r., 
wearing radiate crown, cuirass and paludamentum ; behind, 
countermark, A : border of dots. 



^- 



. Busts of Apollo to r., laureate, with 



C€A€VK€flN [TC1]U TT 

POC 

TH 

KAANH (sic) 

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

(Macridi Pacha, 1893.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 140, n° 53. 
Cf. Mionnet, 5., VII, p. 244, n° 349. 



Gallienus. 

AVK • OC. Bust of Gallienus to r., wearing radiate crown, cuirass 

and paludamentum. 
I 
f£. Q€ [A€] YK6HN T KAA Y inner legend, KAANH. Nike, mov- 
ing to front, head 1-, holding in r. wreath, and in 1. palm-branch : 

border of dots. 

(A.O.van Lennep, Smyrna, 1891.) 

Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 142, no 59. 
Cf. Babelon, Inv. IVcuidington, p. 251, n°448i. 

Soli-Pompeiopolis. 

On tl?e coast near Me^etlu, near the border between Cilicia Tracheia 
and 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. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 










Circ. B.C. 450-386. 




7598 
PI. 274 


163 


iR2I 


Archer (Amazon) kneeling to 1. on 1. knee, nude down to waist, 
wearing cap decorated with curved wing ; at her 1. side, quiver 




IO.56 










and bow-case with cap terminating in a crook ; she looks along 










the string of her bow which she holds in both hands : plain line 










of exergue. 










J$L. ZOAEHN (to 1.). Bunch of grapes on stalk ; in field to r., 










j ; on either side of stalk, A A : concave field. — Persic Stater. 










(J. P. Lambros, 1892.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., PL xxv, 6. 










Babelon, Traite, p. 370, n° 546 (this coin mentioned). 




7599 
Pi. 274 


162.5 


^20 


Similar; behind archer, Athenian helmet to 1. : border of dots. 
tyL. 20A3HN. Bunch of grapes on stalk; in field to 1., laurel-branch 




10.53 










with berries : within dotted incuse square. — Persic Stater. 










(J. P. Lambros, 1883.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 145, n° 2. 










Cf. Babelon, PL cvi, 14. 




7600 

Pi. 274 


11. 5 


A9 


Head of Amazon to 1., wearing conical headdress with winglets, 
and round earring ; hair indicated by dots. 




O.75 










fyL. 10. Bunch of grapes with tendril : within dotted incuse circle. 










— Obol. 










(Artist's Sale, 1899.) 
Babelon, PL cvi, 21. 




7601 
PL 274 


5-1 


A6 


Head of Amazon to 1., in conical headdress with winglets. 

fyL. Bunch of grapes with tendril to 1. : within circular incuse. — 




0.33 










Hemiobol. 










(Macridi Pacha, 1896.) 
Babelon, PL cvi, 27. 




7602 
PL 274 


164.5 


^21 


Head of Athene to r., wearing crested Athenian helmet on which 
griffin to r. 




10.66 










tyL. Bunch of grapes placed diagonally in incuse square; the stalk 










extends beyond the incuse square and has one tendril and one 





— 648 — 



CIUCIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7603 
PI. 274 



7604 
PI. 274 



7605 

PI. 274 



7606 
PI. 274 



156 

10. 10 



^23 



154-2 
9-99 



ift.21 



154 
9.98 



iTv20 



9.22 



A 23 



leaf ; on the lower margins, $0 A : incuse circle. — Persic Stat- 
er. 

(Rollin & Feuardent.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., PI xxv, 12. 
Cf. Babelon, PI. cxxxvm, 17. 
Jameson Cat., PI. lxxx, 1607. 

Similar. 

T$L. 50>tuOM {sic). Bunch of grapes ; stalk has two tendrils ; in 

field 1. A- Chisel-cut. — Persic stater. 

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

Satrapal-Coinage. 

Tiribazes. 
B.C. 386-380. 

Bare head of Herakles to r., bearded, with lion-skin fastened round 
neck : border of dots. 

tyL. Head of bearded satrap to r., in Persian tiara. — Persic Stater. 

(J. P. Lambros, 1884.) 
Imhoof, Kleiiiasiat. Mutton, p. 489, n° 14 (PI. xix, 2). 
Jameson Cat., PI. lxxx, 16 12. 

Similar. 



fyL. IOAIK ON. Similar head. — Persic Stater. 

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



(A. Michel, 1891.) 



Circ. B.C. 385-333 or later. 

Head of Athene to r., in triple-crested Corinthian helmet ; she wears 
earring and necklace, and drapery round neck ; her flowing hair 
confined by a cord : linear border. 

}$L. 20AEHN (below). Bunch of grapes on stalk with two tendrils. 

and leaf to 1. ; in field tol., MOI ; to r., owl standing to r., head 

facing. — Stater. 

(W.C. Weight, 1 89 1.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., PI. xxvi, 4. 



— 649 — 



CILICIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


7607 
PI. 274 


9.8 


A9 


Head of Athene to r. in crested Corinthian helmet : border of 
dots. 


O.64 








J$L. 20AEn[N]. Bunch of grapes with tendrils and leaf to 1. — 
Obol. 

(A. Lawson, Smyrna, 1891.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., PI. xxvi, 8. 
Bab., PI. cxxxix, 13. 








BRONZE. 








Circ. B.C. 300-80. 


7608 

PI. 274 


87 


JE21 


Head of Artemis to r., wearing stephane, bow and quiver at 
shoulder : border of dots. 


5.63 








T$L. ZOAEHN (1.). Athene, wearing long chiton, fighting to r. ; 

holds in 1. shield, in r. thunderbolt. 

(O. Noury Bey, 1902.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 151, n° 39 (PI. xxvi, 12). 








With title Pompeiopolis. 








Circ. B.C. 66 — Imperial Times. 








With head of Cn. Pompeius Magnus. 


7609 
PI. 27s 


101 


JE 19 


Head of Pompeius to r. 

1$L. nOM LDI.IIO] nOA-.- Nike advancing to r., holding wreath 
and palm. 

(Theodoridi, 1892.) 
Cf. Mionnet, S., VII, p. 249, n° 366. 
Cf. Babelon, Inv. Waddington, p. 253, n° 4513. 


6.54 








Imperial Coinage. 








Trebonianus Gallus. 


7610 
PI. 27s 


190 


JE 29 


AY K€ r OVIBI TP6BH TAAAOC- BustofTrebonianus Gallus tor., 
wearing radiate crown, paludamentum and cuirass ; in field, nn : 
border of dots. 


12.31 








l$l. nOMn HIO nOA€ITON. Dionysos, bearded, standing to 1., 



650 



CILICIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








resting with 1. on thyrsos, holding in r. kantharos ; at his feet, 
panther to 1. ; in field 1. A, r. S : border of dots. 

(Dimitriou, 1905.) 
Cf. Mionnet, 5., VII, p. 252, n° 379. 








Syedra. 
(Sedra). 








Between Coracesium and Iotape. 








Imperial Coinage. 








Gallienus. 


761 1 

PI. 27s 


222 


JE 31 


AVT KAI nOAlK TAAAIHNOC Bust of Gallienus to r., laureate, 
wearing paludamentum and cuirass; in front, IA : border of dots. 


I4.38 








Y$L. CY €A P€ fl N. Aphrodite on 1., Ares in middle, and Hermes 

on r., all standing to front; Aphrodite wears long chiton and peplos 

and looks to r. ; Ares, wearing helmet and cuirass, looks 1. ; 

Hermes, wearing boots, and holding caduceus in 1. looks to 1. : 

border of dots. 

(D. Stilianopoulos, Smyrna, 1892.) 
Babclon, [in: fVitddittgton,p. 2)5,1104544. 








Salonina. 


7612 
PI. 275 


235 


/E29 


KOPNHAIA CAAflNINA C€B. Bust of Salonina to r., wearing ste- 
phane; in front, IA : border of dots. 


1) .22 




. 




T$L. CV€AP6flN. Demeter, wearing kalathos and long chiton, walk- 
ing to r., and holding torch in each- hand : border of dots. 








(A. Lawson, Smyrna, 1891.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 160, n° 20. 
Babelon, Invent. Waddington, p. 255, n° 4546. 








Similar. 


7613 
PI. 275 


199 


JE 30 


C€ 

MNHC 

jw €NAOIO j wreatn . border of dots. 
^ T6PACC 
V6AP6 

HN 

(O. Noury Bey, Constantinople, 1902.) 

B. M. Cat., p. 161, n° 23 (PI. xxvm, 3). 
Babelon, Invent. Waddington, p. 255, n° 4549. 


12.89 



651 - 



82 



CILICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7614 
PI. 275 



l62 
10-49 



M.21 



7615 

PI. 275 



1 1 
0.71 



ilio 



7616 

PI. 275 



168.2 

10.90 



J&21 



Tarsus. 

' ' On the Cydnus, the most important city in Cilicia, was in the time 
of Xenophon, the capital of its kings, by whom the coins earlier than the 
time of Tiriba^us must have been struck " (H. N., p. 729). 

Circ. B.C. 450-380. 

King (of Cilicia ?), wearing cloak, on horseback, galloping to r. ; 
in 1., reins ; in r. short sword : linear border. 

J$l. Greek hoplite, nude, wearing crested Corinthian helmet, kneel- 
ing to 1. on r. knee holding with 1. shield adorned with Gorgon- 
eion, and with r. sword; behind, j^A ("Tin) : concave field. — 
Persic Stater. 

(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). 

Baal standing to 1. holding eagle on extended r. hand, and leaning 
on sceptre with 1. ; in front, $. 

1$L. Head of bearded Dionysos to r., wearing turreted crown : con- 
cave field. — Obol. 

(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. 

Female head with streaming hair, nearly facing, inclined to 1., 
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' 



7617 
PI. 275 



76l8 
PI. 275 



154-8 
10.03 



166.8 
10.81 



7619* 
Pi. 27s 



11. 6 
o-75 



7620* 
Pi. 275 



10.8 
0.70 



ed Athenian helmet decorated with floral scroll, chlamys fasten- 
ed round neck ; behind j : border of dots. — Persic Stater. 

(J.P.Lambros, 1887.) 
Cf. B. M. at., PI. xxix, 2. 
Babelon, Traiti, PI. cvm, 5. 



JR. 22 Similar : linear border. 

fyL. Similar ; inscr. to r. ; j not in field. — Persic Stater. 

(W.S.Lincoln, 1885.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 165, no ;6. 
* Rev. internalized with n° 7624 on the Plate. 



^23 



JR. 10 



iRu 



H/)^ (rrpyz). Baaltars, seated to 1. on diphros, wearing hima- 
tion over 1. shoulder and about lower limbs ; r. resting on sceptre : 
linear border. 

tyL. Ifift) ML^ OnariE Tfja)' Bearded made head (Ares ?) to 1., in 
crested Athenian helmet decorated with floral scroll, chlamys 
fastened round neck : linear border. — Persic Stater. 

Chisel -cut. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1894.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 165, n° 19. 

Babelon, PI. cvm, 2. 
Jameson Cat., PI. lxxxi, 161 3. 

Baaltars seated to 1. on diphros, wearing himation over 1. should- 
er and about lower limbs, his r. resting on sceptre : border of 
dots. 

^L. Bearded male head (Ares ?) to 1., in crested Athenian helmet 
decorated with floral scroll, chlamys fastened round neck : linear 
border. — Obol. 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 
Cf. J. P. Six, Num. Chron., 1884, p. 127, n° 7. 



Similar. 

$L. Similar. — Obol. 

* Obv. ami P/, transposed on Plate. 



(O. Noury Bey, 1902.) 



- 653 - 



CILICIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Time of Pharnabazus (circ. B.C. 379-374). 


7621 
PI. 27s 


50.3 


^13 


Female head, nearly full-face slightly turned to 1., earring and neck- 
lace ; dolphin on each side. 


3.26 








1$L. MLH- Bearded male head (Ares ?) to 1., in crested Athenian 








helmet, ornamented with scrolls : concave field. — Tetrobol. 








(W.T. Ready, 1897.) 
Publ. by Sir H.W. in Corolla Nutnistnatica, 1906, p. 300, 








n° 10 (PI. xv, 10). 








Num. Chron., 1920, p. 100. British Museum. 


7622 
PI. 275 


49-8 


^.13 


Similar head to last ; two dolphins downwards : plain border. 
*RL. Similar to last, but no legend in field. — Tetrobol. 


3.23 








(W.T. Ready, 1897). 
Cor. Num , p. 300, n° 11 (PI. xv, 11). 








Babelon, PI. cvm, 8 (these two coins also mentioned). 








" These two tetrobols are similar to the obols in the British Museum (C1/1- 








cia, p. 196, n° 25 ff.) and Babelon, Perses Ach&menides, p. 176 " (Sir H.W.). 








They are without name of mint. 


7623 
PI. 275 


10.6 


^9 


Similar type ; dolphin on each side. 
^L. Similar type. — Obol 


0.69 








B. M. Cat., p. 166, n° 26. 








Babelon, PI. cvm, 10. 








Datames. 








(B.C. 378-372). 


7624 
PI. 275 


168.2 


^22 


Female head with streaming hair, nearly facing, slightly towards 1., 
wearing earrings and necklace : border of dots. 


10.90 








H}L. )*/iY7/) (iQ3"Tr). Bearded male head (Ares) to r., wearing crest- 








ed Athenian helmet decorated with floral scroll, chlamys fasten- 








ed round neck : border of dots. — Persic Stater. 








(Sotheby Sale, April 1881.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 167, no 28. 








Babelon, PI. cvm, 18. 








Jameson Cat., PI. lxxxi, 1617. 








Rev. interchanged with n° j6ij on the Plate. 



— 654 — 



CILICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7625 
PI. 27s 



7626 
PI. 275 



7627 
PI. 275 



7628 
PI. 275 



7629 
PI. 275 



155-5 
IO.08 



A22 



IQ-5 
0.68 



10 



0.64 



5 5 
0.36 



JR. 11 



/R9 



yR9 



160 
10.36 



JR. 22 



Similar. 

I$L. Similar; on helmet, AM. — Persic Stater. 

(1903.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 167, n° 29 (PI. xxix, 9). 

Babelon, Traiti, p. 407, n° 605. 

Macdonald, Hunter Coll., II, p. 546, n° 7. 

Six, Num. Citron., 1884, p. 126. 

Diademed head of Aphrodite to r., wearing pendant earring and 
neklace, hair in plaited queue : border of dots. 

T$L. Bearded male head to r. (Ares) in crested Athenian helmet : 

border of dots. — Obol. 

(H. Hoffmann, 1884.) 
Cf. Babelon, Traite, PI. cix, 5. 
Cf. Imhoof, Monti. Gr., p. 368, n° 60 ; Cl.vix, PI. v, u J 176. 
Six, Num. Cbron., 1884, p. 127, n° 6. 

Female head facing, inclined to 1. : border of dots. 

tyL. Female head to 1., wearing stephane ornamented with palmettes 

between scroll work, earing and necklace : concave field. — 

Obol. 

Imhoof, Monn. Gr., p. 365, n° 51 ; C/w/.v, PI. v, 11" 173. 
Cf. B. M.Cat., Cilicia, PI. xxxix, 12 (Incerta). 

Female head facing, wearing earrings and necklace : border of dots. 

fyL Female head to r. ; border of dots. — Obol. 

(G. Louisides, 1907.) 
Babelon, Perses Aclx'm., PI. iv, 14 ; Traiti, PI. cvm, 16 
(under Pharnabazus). 

H/)L^ OnnSya). Baaltars, nude to waist, himation about lower 
limbs, seated to r. on diphros ; he holds in r. sceptre transversely, 
and in 1. ear of corn and bunch of grapes ; beside him, thymia- 
terion ; below diphros, bull's head facing : the whole in circle 
surmounded by projections resembling battlements. 

tyL. OfiMMh (iGJin). Satrap, wearing Persian headdress, under- 
garment with sleeves, cloak and anaxyrides, seated to r. on 



- 655 



CILICIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








diphros ; on his knees, quiver ; holds in both hands an arrow ; 








before him, bow ; in field above, winged solar disk : border of 








dots. — Persic Stater. 








(J. P. Lambros, 1887.) 








Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 168, no 33 (PI. xxix, 12). 








Babelon, PI. cix, 5. 


7630 
PI. 275 


157 


^R22 


HftL^ OnriSsa). Baaltars, nude to waist, himation about lower 
limbs, seated to r. on diphros ; upper part of body and head 


IO.17 








almost facing; holds in r., transversely, sceptre surmounted by 








eagle with spread wings, in 1., ear of corn and bunch of grapes ; 








beside him, thymiaterion : the whole in circle surmounted by 








projections resembling battlements. 








T$L. Datames (?) and Ana. On r., Datames (?) wearing long chiton 








and himation, standing to I., r. hand raised before his face (in 








adoration) ; in front of him, his name, ^HH^j (TWlTl) ; on 1., 








Ana, nude, standing tor. ; r. raised pointing towards Datames, 1. 








lowered ; between them, thymiaterion : within dotted square 








enclosed in linear square. — Persic Stater. 








(H. Hoffmann, 1884.) 








B. M. Cat., p. 168, n° 36 (PI. xxix, 15). 








Babelon, II, 608. 








Cf. Jameson Cat. PI. lxxxi, 161 5. 








Anonymous (Circ. B.C. 3 50). 


7631 
PI. 27s 


149.6 


^21 


Athene, helmeted, with draped lower part of body, resting on spear, 
and seated to 1. ; 1. elbow on shield beside her; behind, olive- 


9.69 








tree : border of dots. 








tyL. Aphrodite kneeling to 1. on left knee, upper part of body bare, 








lower part draped, playing with astragali. — Stater. 








(J. P. Lambros, 1884.) 








Publ. by Sir H.W. in Num. Chron., 1892, p. 207, n° 37 (PI. xvi, 17). 








Also B. M. Cat., Cilicia, PI. XL, 11 (this coin). Int., p. lxxxi. 








Other specimens in the Lobbecke (Berlin) and Waddington 








(Paris) collections. 








Num. Chron., 1920, p. 99. British Museum. 



— 656 



CILICIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Mazaeus. 








(B.C. 361-333) 


7632 
PI. 276 


165.5 


iR2 3 


n/)L y ^ ("nn^ya) (to r.). Baaltars wearing himation about lower 
limbs, seated to 1. on diphros, holding in r. ear of corn and 


IO.72 








bunch of grapes, 1. resting on lotus-headed sceptre ; no symbol 








or letter under diphros : border of dots. 








fyL. VVlW- (^Tna). Lion to 1., head facing, attacking stag kneeling 








to r. : within dotted square in incuse square. — Persic Stater. 








Chisel-cut. (Macridi Pacha, 1893.) 


7633 
PI. 276 


166 


^.23 


Similar, under diphros, ram's head. 

tyi. Same inscription ; lion to 1., head semi-facing, attacking stag 


IO.75 








kneeling to 1. ; in field to r., below, *// (p) •' plain border. — 








Persic Stater. 

(H. Hoffmann, 1884.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 169, n° 37. 
Babelon, PI. cxi, 20. 


7634 
PI. 276 


167 


M. 22 


Similar; under diphros $. 

fyL. Similar ; in field, letter, (") : the whole in incuse square. — 


10.82 








Persic Stater. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1894.) 








B. M. Cat., p. 169, n° 38 (PI. xx, 2). 
Babelon, PI. cxi, 16. 


7635 
PI. 276 


170 


,K 23 


Similar ; under diphros, helmeted head to r. 

fyL Similar. — Persic Stater. 

(Constantinople, 1897.) 


I I .01 








B. M. Cat., p. 169, n° 40 (PI. xxx, 3). 
Babelon, Traite, II, p. 446, n° 675. 








Six, Num. Cbron., 1895, p. 197. 


7636 
PI. 276 


8.6 


^.11 


Baal seated to 1. on diphros ; in r. ear of corn and bunch of grapes, 
1. resting on sceptre : border of dots. 


0.56 



657 — 



CILICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7637 
PI. 276 



7638 
PI. 276 



7639 
PI. 276 



764O 

PL 276 



IO 
O.64 



O.54 



Al2 



Aio 



169.3 
10.97 



^.23 



166.3 
10.78 



JR. 25 



J$L. Forepart of wolf tor.; above, crescent with horns downwards : 

within dotted square in incuse square. — Obol. 

Rev. printed sideways on Plate. (Macridi Pacha, 1892.) 

Cf. B. M. Cat., PI. xxxii, 8. 
Cf. Babelon, PI. cxn, 4. 
Six, Num. Chron., 1884, p. 108, no 15. 

Similar. 

tyL. Similar ; type to 1. ; above, crescent with horns downwards. — 

Obol. 

(1892.) 

Similar. 

1$L. Forepart of wolf to r. ; above, crescent with horns downwards : 

circle of dots. — Obol. 

(Theodoridi, 1892.) 
Babelon, PI. cxn, 6. 

B. M. Cat., p. 176, n° 86. 

Mazaeus. 
As Governor of Trans-Euphratesia and Cilicia. 

(B.C.351-334). 

H/)L U ^ (to r.). Baaltars, wearing himation about lower limbs, 
seated 10 1. on diphros, head and upper part of body facing; he 
holds in r. eagle, ear of corn and bunch of grapes; 1. resting on 
lotus-headed sceptre ; in field to 1., A) ; under diphros, *// • bord- 
er of dots. 

tyL. VVlW (above). Lion to 1., head almost facing, attacking bull 

kneeling to 1. ; beneath, 2; on rump of bull, L fj. Chisel-cut . — 

Persic Stater. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1893.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., PI. xxxi, 1. 
Cf. Six, Num. Chron., 1884, p. no, n° 18. 

Similar; in field to 1., O; no symbol under diphros. 

1$L. Similar ; beneath, L H\ (do) •' linear border. Chisel-cut. — 
Persic Stater. 



B.M.Cat., p. 172, n° 58 (PI. xxxi, 2). 
Babelon, PI. cxn, is. 



(D. Kelekian, 189s.) 



658 — 



CILICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



764I 
PI. 276 



7^2 
PI. 276 



7643 
PI. 276 



7644 
PI. 276 



I67-3 
IO.84 



VR23 



I46.8 

9-5 1 



JK24 



164.5 

10.66 



^23 



'63.4 

10.59 



M. 23 



Similar; in field to I., O; under diphros, *// : border of dots. 

T$L. Similar ; beneath, ear of corn to 1. and 2. Chisel-cut. — Per- 
sic Stater. 

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

H/)L^^ (to r.). Baaltars seated to I., upper part of body facing, 
head to I. ; no symbol under diphros : plain border. Chisel-cut. 

fyi- H^fl- Lion to 1. attacking bull kneeling : border of dots. — 

Persic Stater. 

(Kelekian, 1893.) 
Babelon, PI. cxn, 22. 

llhL^ ( to r *)* baaltars seated to 1. on diphros, himation over 1. 
arm and about lower limbs, r. holding before him eagle-sur- 
mounted sceptre; in field to 1., ear of corn and bunch of grapes ; 
and letter J£ ; under diphros, *// : border of dots. 

fy" l lLH r H" t l : ^H^ u L U "/W^' 1 ^ ( in semi_circle > 1- an( * above). 

Two lines of wall, each with four towers, one above the other; 

above, lion to 1., head almost facing, attacking bull which is 

kneeling to r. : border of dots. — Stater. 

(W.T. Ready, 1893.) 
Cf.B.M.Cat., PI. xxx, 7. 
Babelon, TraitS, PI. cxm, 8. 
Six, Num. Chron., 1884, p. 130. 

Baaltars seated to 1. on diphros, himation over 1. shoulder and 
about lower limbs, r. resting on lotus-headed sceptre ; in field 
before him, large ear of corn and bunch of grapes; under diphros, 
2 : border of dots. 

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

(Lord Vernon sale, 1885.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 174, n° 70 (PI. xxxi, 11). 
Babelon, PI. cxm, 17. 
The series to which this coin belongs is post-Alexander (cf. E. T. Newell, 
Mint of Tarsus). 



659 — 



83 



CIL1CIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7645 


153.6 


PI. 276 


9-95 


7646 


164.6 


PI. 276 


10.65 


7647 


12.6 


PL 276 


0.82 


7648 


n. 5 


PI. 276 


0.75 



A 22 



.R2I 



All 



An 



Mazaeus 

As Governor of Syria and Babylon ; 
before B.C. 331. 

II frl^ ( r *)' Baaltars, himation over 1. arm and about lower 
limbs, seated to 1. on diphros, r. resting on sceptre surmounted 
by eagle before him ; under diphros, ( : border of dots. 

fyL yyiy/- Lion walking to 1 . ; above, star of sixteen rays ; below, 
large crescent : border of dots. — Persic Stater. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1893.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., PI. xxxi, 3. 
Cf. Babelon, PI. cxiv, 16. 

l1f)L^1 OiriSD). Baaltars, upper part of body nude, himation over 
lower limbs and 1. arm, seated on diphros, resting on sceptre 
before him; in field 1., eagle on thymiaterion : linear border. 

TSjL. ^iHW O^O). Lion to 1. walking on rough ground. — Stater. 

(Sotheby, 1885.) 
B . M . Cat. , Cilicia, n° 63 . 
Cf. Babelon, Pcrses Achim., PI. VI, 17. 

Head of Aphrodite to 1., diademed, hair loose and falling down 
neck ; she wears earring and necklace. 

1$L. Baaltars seated to 1., himation over 1. arm and about loins, 

resting r. on long sceptre : linear border. — Obol. 

(O. Noury Bey, 1902.) 
Babelon, Traite, PI. cxiv, u ; Perses Achim., PI. vi, 7. 

Head of satrap to r., bearded, hair long, wearing flat tiara : border 
of dots. 

J$L. Forepart of Pegasos flying to r. : plain border. — OboL 

(O. Noury Bey, 1902.) 
Babelon, Perses Achetn., p. 56, n° 378 (PI. ix, 14). 
Id., Traite", PI. cxiv, 8. 



— 660 



CILICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7649 
PI. 276 



765O 
PI. 276 



I I 
0.7I 



7-8 
0.51 



JR. 10 



M. 8 



7651 

Pi. 276 



O.80 



^ll> 



7652 
PI. 276 



I I 
0.71 



^11 



7653 
PI. 276 



62 
4.OI 



JE 17 



Similar. 

fyL. Similar; no border. — Obol. 



(Moutagu sale, 1897.) 



Baahars seated to 1. on diphros, r. resting on sceptre : border of 
dots. 

fyL. Beardless head of Hermes (?) to 1., wearing petasos. — Hemi- 
obol. 

(Smyrna, 1891J 
Babelon, Poses Acbe'm., p. 36, n° 259 (PI. vi, 8). 
Id., Traiii, PI. cxiv, 20. 
* The coins, similar to n° 7650 are probably Mesopotamia!! and post Alexander. 

Fourth Century B.C. 
Baaltars seated to 1., holding eagle on extended r. : border of dots. 

tyL. Herakles to r. contending with lion with his club : within 

dotted square in incuse. — Obol. 

(WT. Ready, 1896.) 

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

fyL. Beardless head, bare, of Herakles to 1., with curly hair, and 

lion-skin around neck : plain border. — Obol. 

(Ad. Hess, Frankfort, 1891.) 
Imhoof, Monn. gr., p. 371, n° 70 (PI. G, 11). 
T. Combe, Mus. Brit., PI. xm, 18. 

Time of Antiochus Epiphanes. 

Circ. B.C. 175-164. 

With title Antiochia ad Cydnum. 

Head of City to r., turreted ; behind, : border of dots. 

I£. ANTIOXEON THN TTPOI THI KYAONHI. Sandan-Herakles, 
bearded, nude, standing to r. on winged and horned lion; to r., 
mon. (¥1 ; to 1. 41 : border of dots. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1893.) 
Cf. Imhoof, Monn. gr., p. 366, n° 54 (PI. F, 23). 



66l — 



CILICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7654 
PI. 276 



7655 
PI. 277 



7656 
PI. 277 



231 



260 
TO4 



4.66 



Circ. B.C. 164 to early Imperial Times. 

JEi$ Head of City to r., veiled and turreted : border of dots. 

T$L. [T]AP2EflN. Pyre, consisting of basis on which is a pyramidal 

structure containing figure of Sandan ; to 1., monograms, * 'jv* 

(Criona, Constantinople, 1891.) 
Mionnet, III, p. 620, n° 390. 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 181, n° 113. 

M 28 Tyche of the City, veiled and turreted, seated to r.; at her feet, 
river-god Kydnos swimming to r.: border ot dots. 

1$L. TAPZEflN. Zeus, seated to 1. on throne, himation about lower 
limbs; holds in r. Nike, and with 1. rests on sceptre : border of 

dots. 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., PI. xxxiii, 5. 

JE 17 TAPZEON (r.). Zeus, wearing himation about lower limbs, 
enthroned to 1.; holds in r. Nike with wreath, 1. resting on 
sceptre; in front, AA-- : border of dots. 



T$L. Club tied with fillet within oak-wreath. 

Cf. B.M.Cat., PI. xxxiii, 8. 

Cf. Babelon, Inv. Wadd., n° 4616. 

Cf. Mionnet, III, p. 622, n° 411. 



(H. Hoffmann, 1882.) 



7657 
PI. 277 



54 
3.50 



Quasi- Autonomous. 

Without heads of Emperors. 
Before Hadrian. 

JE 19 Head of City to r., veiled and turreted : border of dots. 

^i.. TAPC6HN. Pyre of Sandan surmounted by eagle; in field 1. 

MH 
TPO 

nO: border of dots. 
AE 

nc 

(Theodoridi, 1892.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 183, n° 129. 



— 662 — 



CILICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7658 

PI. 277 



220 
14-25 



^26 



7659 

PI . 277 



48 

3. II 



JE 17 



7660 
Pi. 277 



342 
22. 16 



JE}6 



Imperial Coinage. 
Trajan. 

AYTOKP KAI2 NEP TPAIANOI IEB TEPM AAKIK. Head of 
Trajan to r., laureate : border of dots. 

fy. AHMAPX Ez YnAT Enn MHTPOnOAEni. Tyche of City, 
veiled and turreted, seated to r. on rock, holding palm-branch in 
r.; at her feet, river-god Kydnos, swimming to r.; in field to r. 

Jp : border of dots. — Tetradrachm. 

(W. T. Ready, 1905.) 
Babelon, Inv. IVaddingtoti, p. 261, n° 4623. 

Annius Verus and Commodus. 

Busts of Annius Verus and Commodus, bare-headed and draped, 
facing each other ; between them, club and caduceus in saltire ; 
above, star(?). 



J$L. Facade of decastyle temple ; on architrave KOI NOC KIAIKIAC; 

MHTPOnO 

A€OC 

(Smyrna, 1891 .) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 191, n° 165. 



in field, TAP COV ; below, 



Septimius Severus. 

AYT KAIC A C€fTT C€VHPOC C€B. Bust of Septimius Severus to 
r., laureate, wearing cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 

fy. AAPC€YHPIANHTAPCOVMHT TOON r€TTAPX€IGON (around); 

in field above, Kl AIKI A ; in ex., ' £ A ^ A J* A . Tyche of Tarsus, 

veiled and turreted, seated to 1.; at her feet, river-god Kydnos 
swimming to 1 . ; approaching her from 1., two veiled and turret- 
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 r. 

(N. Dimitriou, 1905.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 193, n° 176. 



— 663 — 



CILICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7661 
PI. 277 



7662 
PI. 277 



7663 
PI. 277 



7664 



93-7 
6.07 



Billon 
23 



290 

7sT 9 



^33 



245 
15.87 



^33 



37^ 
24. 10 



^34 



Caracalla. 

AVK MAVP C€OVHPANTn NINOC. Head of Caracalla to r., laur- 
eate : border of dots. 

fy. TVXH TAPCOVMHT. Tyche of City, veiled and turreted, 

seated to 1. on rock ; at her feet ; river-god Kydnos swimming to 

I.; in field to 1., AMK : border of dots. 

(Ad. Hess sale, 1880.) 
B.M.Cat., PI. xxxv, 3. 

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



AYT K MAVP C6VHPOC ANTflN€INOC C€B. Head of Caracalla 
to L, laureate; in field, on either side, n n : border of dots. 

fy. ANTHNIANHC C€VH AAPMHT; in ex., TAp C° Y . Uon 

B 

walking to r.; above, : border of dots. 
MK 

(F.R.Wiedemann, Smyrna, 1893.) 

Cf. Mionnet, S. VII, p. 271, n° 456. 



... MAYP C€VHPOC ANTH- . -OC C€B. Bust of Caracalla to r., 
laureate, wearing cuirass and paludamentum ; on either side, n n. 

f£. ANTHNIANHC C€VH AAP MHTP; in ex., I^toc ' in field 

above, T B ; to r. . Galley sailing to r. : plain border. 

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



• • C€YHPOCA OCC€B. Bust of Caracalla to 1., laureate, 

wearing cuirass and paludamentum ; in field, on either side, 
n n : border of dots. 

r. 



f$L. AKM. Elephant to r.; in field 1., 
Ascribed to Tarsus. 



B 



664 



CILICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7665 
PI. 277 



7666 
PI. 277 



7667 
PI. 277 



7668 
PI. 277 



4*5 
26.88 



M 37 



310 
20.08 



JE 36 



363 
23.52 



JE}6 



473 
30.65 



^37 



Maximinus. 

[AVT] KMOYOVH-MA :EIM€INOC C€. Bust of Maximinus to 
r. laureate and draped; in field, n n : border of dots. 

I£. TAPCOV.THC MHTPOnOA€0)C; in field, 1 AM ; to r. [. 

K B 

Nike, on globe, advancing to 1., holding wreath in r. and palm 

in 1.: border of dots. 

(O. Vitalini, Rome, 1900.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 206, n° 230. 
Mionnet, III, p. 641, n° 516. 

Balbinus. 

AVTK€C K€A BAAB6INOC C€B. Bust of Balbinus to r., laureate, 
wearing paludamentum and cuirass ; on either side, n n : border 
of dots. 

fy. TAPCOV MH TPOnOA€nNA ; in field to 1., *J . Emperor, 

B 

in toga, standing to 1., sacrificing before altar: border of dots. 

(O. Noury Bey, 1902.) 

Gordianus Pius. 

AVT KMANT TOPAIANOC C€B. Bust of Gordian III. to r., 
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 distyle arched temple, Sandan, 
draped, and wearing tall head-dress, quiver at back, standing to 
r. on horned lion ; holds in raised r. uncertain object; and in 1., 

A 

border of dots. 



M 



radiate crown; in field to I., '" ; to r. B 

K r 

Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 213, n° 257. 
Cf. Mionnet, III, p. 644, n° 535, 



(Macridi Pacha, 1892.) 



AVT KMANT rOPAIANOC. Bust of Gordian III. tor., wearing 
radiate crown, paludamentum and cuirass; in field, on either 
side, n n : border of dots. 



— 665 



CILICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7669 
PI. 278 



360 
23.32 



^37 



fy. TAPCOV MH TPOnOA€OC; in field to 1. M ; to r., 



K 



B- 



Winged female figure (Tyche-Panthea), draped, standing to front, 
head L, holds in r. rudder resting on globe, and in 1. cornuco- 
piae : border of dots. 

(Webster sale, 1886.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 216, n° 269. 
Mionnet, III, p. 647, n° 557. 



AVT K M ANT TOPAIANOC C€B. Similar; fin : border of dots. 



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 1., palm- 
branch : border of dots. 

(Webster sale, 1886.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 216, n° 271. 

Mionnet, III, p. 647, n° 562. 



7670 
PI. 278 



347 
22.48 



JE 3 5 Similar. 

fy. TAPCOV MHTPOnOA€nC AMKrB. Tyche standing to 1., 
wearing kalathos, holding in r. rudder, and in 1. cornucopiae : 
border of dots. 

(Webster sale, 1886.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 218, n° 278. 
Mionnet, III, p. 647, n° 555. 



7671 
PI. 278 



342 
22.16 



JE 36 AVT K MANT TOPAIANOC C€B. Bust of Gordian III. to r., wear- 
ing radiate crown, paludamentum and cuirass, holding shield 
decorated with Gorgoneion, and spear; in field, on either side, 
n n : border of dots. 

fy. TAPCOV MHTPOnOA in ex., €JXC;in field, AMK | Br. Lion 

to r. bringing down bull on its knees to r. : 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. 278 



7^73 
PI. 278 



7674 
PI. 278 



256 
T6T58 



JE 35 



210 
13.60 



JE 32 



21 



JE 28 



13.80 



AVT KAICM ANT flNIOC TOPAIANOC C€B. Bustof Gordianlll. 
to r., wearing radiate crown, paludamentum and cuirass ; in field, 
n n : border of dots. 

T$L. TAPCOV MHTPOnOA€nC AM. Artemis huntress moving to 
r., wearing short chiton and hunting boots ; in 1. bow ; with r. 

K 

drawing arrow from quiver at her back ; in field 1. T : border of 



dots. 



Cf. Mionnet, III, p. 644, n° 538. 



B 

(Webster sale, 1886.) 



Tranquillina. 

CABIN€IAN TPANKYAA€IN ANC. Bust of Tranquillina to r. wear- 
. ing stephane, crescent at shoulders ; in field, on either side, n n : 
border of dots. 

A r 

fy. TAPCOVM HTPOnOA€nC ; in field, 1. M , r. ' .Tycheof 

K B 

Tarsus seated on rock to 1., holding ears of corn in r. ; at her feet, 

river-god Kydnos swimming to 1 . : border of dots. 

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



Herennia Etruscilla. 

ANNIAN AITPOVCKIAAA N C€. Bust of Etruscilla to r., wearing 
stephane, crescent at shoulders : border of dots. 

A r 

$L. TAPCOV MHTPOnOA€nC; in field 1. M , r. ' Cultus- 

K B 

statue ot Apollo Lykeios, nude, standing to front, on omphalos, 

holding in each hand a wolf by the forelegs : border ot dots. 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 224, n° 307. 
Mionnet, III, p. 653, n° 59s. 



— 667 



84 



CILICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7675 
PI. 278 



7676 
PI. 278 



3Q6-5 
19.86 



M 32 



-111 
20.47 



^30 



Valerianus Senior. 

AVK Al nO [OVAAJ EPIANOC. Bust of Valerianus Senior to r„ 
laureate, wearing cuirass and paludamentum ; in field, on either 
side, n n : plain border. 

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

(Drlmhoof, 1896.) 
Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 289, n<> 543. 



AV KAI nOAl 



OVAA-.-AN 
OC 



. Bust of Valerianus Senior to r., 



wearing radiate crown, paludamentum and cuirass. 

1$L. Prize-crown with palm and inscribed ... MIA resting on 

tripod; to r., Dionysos, nude, standing to 1., resting with 1. on 

thyrsos, holding kantharos in r.; at his feet, panther to 1., 

AV 



looking up to him ; in field, above 



l€ 



; r. AP ; ex., APV. 

(O. Noury Bey, 1903.) 



668 



ISLANDS ADJACENT TO CILICIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








ISLANDS ADJACENT TO CILICIA 








Elaeusa-Sebaste. 








(Ayash). 








Ayash, now joined to the Mainland, near Corycus. (H.N., p. 734). 








First Century B.C. 


7677 
PI. 278 


US 


JE 20 


Head of Zeus to r., with taenia ; behind, A : border of dots. 

fy.. [E]AAIOVIinN (1.). Nike advancing to 1., in r. wreath; in field 


7-45 








Uf 

1., outside inscription, A. 

(Theodoridi, 1892.) 
Cf.B.M.Cat., p. 234, n° 1. 








7678 
PI. 278 


102 


JE 22 


Similar ; behind head, E : border of dots. 

!}£.. Similar ; in field 1., outside inscr., AIO. 

(Theodoridi, 1892.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 234, n° 2. 


6.61 


7679 
PI. 278 


100 


JE 20 


Similar; behind head, OE. 

1$L. Similar; in field 1., outside inscr. . 

(Billoin sale, 1886.) 


6 48 









— 669 — 



KINGS 



No. 

1 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


i 

DESCRIPTION 








KINGS 








Tarcondimotus I Philantonius. 








(made dynast in B . C . 64 by Pompeius and king 
by M. Antonius ; died in B . C . 3 1). 








Mint : Hieropolis-Castabala. 


7680 
PI. 278 


150 


JE 21 


Head of Tarcondimotus to r., diademed: border of dots. 

R , TAPKONAIMO ,. , >. ^ lkAkl r \ 7 

J)c. _ nv (to 1.) OIAAN-. (in ex.). Zeus, wearing 


9.72 








himation over lower limbs, seated to 1. on throne with back; 








holds in extended r. wreath-bearing Nike, I. rests on sceptre. 

(A. Lawson, Smyrna, 1891.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 237, n° 1 (Pi. xxxix, 8). 
Cf. Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 296, n° 569. 

Philopator. 
(died A.D.17). 


7681 
PI. 278 


IOI 


JE 22 


Veiled and turreted head of Tyche of Hieropolis to r. : border of 
dots. 


6.54 








$6. BACIASnC (r.) ?q?q£ GO- Athene, helmeted, standing to 








1., holding in extended r. wreath-bearing Nike, 1. resting on 

shield. 

(Theodoridi, 1892.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 238, n° 1 (PI. xxxix, 9). 
Cf. Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 297, n<> 571. 



— 670 



UNCERTAIN OF CILICIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


description: 


7682 
PI. 279 


5-3 


A? 


UNCERTAIN OF CILICIA 

Horseman tor., wearing kausia, his chlamys Hying behind him. 

fyL. Baaltars (?) seated to r., 1. holding uncertain object, r. resting 

on long sceptre. — Hemiobol. 

(Hoffmann sale, 1888.) 


0.34 



- 671 - 



CYPRUS 



673 - 



CYPRUS 



CYPRUS 

Luynes, H. de, Numismatique et Inscriptions Cypriotes, 1852. 

Six, J. P., Du classement des Series Cypriotes, Rev. Num., 1883. 

Babelon, E. Les Perses Achhnenides . . . Chypre et Phenicie, 1893, 

Babelon, Traiti, &c, Paris, 1 901- 1927. 

Hill, G.F., Brit. Mus. Cat., Cyprus, 1904. 



— 674 



CYPRUS 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION' 



7683 

PI. 279 



169 

10.95 



^24 



7684 
PI. 279 



54 5 
3 53 



iRi6 



7685 
Pi. 279 



25.8 
1.67 



^13 



CYPRUS 

A ma thus. 

Uncertain King. 
Cite. B.C 450-390. 

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 r., jaws open ; truncation dotted : border of 

dots. — Persic Stater. 

Publ. by Sir H. \Y., in Num. Cbron., 1896, p. 31, n° 64 (PI. 111, 17). 

B.M.C., Cyprus, PI. xviu, 4 (this coin). Int. xxvi. 

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. 

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

T$L. Similar type to last, but in dotted square instead of round 

border. — Tetrobol. 

(Dimitriou, 1895.) 

Publ. by Sir H.W., in Num. Cbron., 1896, p. 31, n° 65 (PI. ill, 18). 

B.M.Cat., Cyprus, PI. xvm, 5 (this coin). Int. xxvi. 

Babelon, PI. cxxxn, 18 (this coin). 

Num. Cbron., 1920, p. 100. British Museum. 

Similar type to preceding two coins, but without the letter; double 
line of exergue, the lower dotted ; a slanting line in ex. 

tyL. Similar type to last ; truncation dotted ; in dotted square 

within incuse. — Diobol. 

(Gen 1 Moore sale, 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 



7686 

PI. 279 



99-3 
6.43 



7687 
PI. 279 



33-7 
2.18 



7688 
PI. 279 



JK21 



M. 14 



160 
10.36 



JR. 22 



Zotimos ? 
After circ. B.C. 385. 

Lion lying to r., jaws open ; single line of exergue ; above ex., 
(DTSf, and below, (D-^JT ; above lion, eagle flying to r. 

fyL. Forepart of lion to r., jaws open ; in field to r., (DT"JT (Zw-Tt-[jLw): 
linear border. — Rhodian Stater. 

(Spink, 1894.) 
B.M.Cat., PI. xvin, 8 (this coin). Int. xxvu. 
Cf. Babelon, PI. cxxxn, 21-23. 

Rhoikos ? 
Middle of Fourth Cent. B.C. 

Head of lion to r., jaws open : border of dots. 

J$L. Forepart of lion to r., head almost facing, jaws open ; truncation 

dotted; in field to r., 9 (P0) : linear border within concave field. 

— Rhodian Tetrobol. 

(Gen 1 Moore sale, 1889.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 6, n° 18 (PI. 11, 2). 
Babelon, PI. cxxxm, 9. 

Gitium. 

{Larnaka). 

Baalmelek I. 
Circ. B.C. 479-449. 

Herakles, wearing lion-skin over head and hanging down his back, 
advancing tor., holding in outstretched 1. bow, in r. his club raised 
over his head. Type blurred. 

J$L. Lion seated to r., jaws open, in dotted square within incuse 

[71oq4 
square ; in field 1. above lion L ' J . J ' \ before lion's feet, ram's 

head. — Persic Stater. 

B.M.Cat., p. 9, n° 3 (this coin also mentioned). 
Cf. Babelon, PI. cxxx, 3. 



676 — 



CYPRUS 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Azbaal. 








Circ. B.C. 449-42 5. 


7689 
PI. 279 


166.8 


A2I 


Herakles, wearing lion-skin over head and hanging down back (the 
tail seen behind him), advancing to r., holding in outstretched 
1. bow, in r. his club raised over his head. 


IO.81 








J$L. Lion to r. bringing down stag to r.; above, inscription 








r/jlOQ "Z_ [0^7] : tne whole in dotted square within incuse 

square. — Persic Stater. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1893.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 11, n» 14. 
Cf. Babelon, PI. cxxx, 20. 

Baalmelek II. 
Circ. B.C. 42 5-400. 


7690 
PI. 279 


165.5 


A2I 


Herakles, wearing lion-skin over head and hanging down back, 
advancing to r., as on last coin : border of dots. 


IO.72 








1$L. Lion to r. bringing down stag kneeling to r.; above, inscrip- 








tion (complete) y^Vy^OQ/j : the whole in dotted square within 








incuse square. — Persic Stater. 

(N. Theodoridi, 1892.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 14, n° 33 (PI. in, 1 1). 
Babelon, PI. cxxx, 25. 


7691 
PI. 279 


166.4 


iRi9 


Similar type; in field to r. 9. 

J$L. Similar type; inscription off flan. — Persic Stater. 


IO.78 








(W.T. Ready, 1888.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 14, n° 35 (PI. HI, 12). 

Num. CJjron., 1871, p. 16, n°4i. 
Six, Rev. Num., 1883, p. 328, n° 22. 








This coin may possibly belong to Baalram («'/r. B.C. 400-392). Cf. Babelon, 
Traite, p. 746. 


7692 
PI. 279 


3*-9 


jRl2 


Similar type ; tail of lion-skin between legs of Herakles : border of 
dots. 


2.07 



— 677 — 



CYPRUS 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








tyl. Similar type; inscr. complete, y/yW/yOQ/,. — Persic Diobol. 

(W.T. Ready, 1888.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 16, n° 43. 
Babelon, PI. cxxxi, 4. 

Baalram. 
Circ. B.C. 400-392. 


7693 
PI. 279 


53.8 


^Ri4 


Herakles, wearing lion-skin over head and hanging down back, 
tail between his legs, holding in outstretched 1. bow and in r. 
club raised over his head; in field to r. 9 : border of dots. 


3-49 








1$L. Legend indistinct. Lion to r. bringing down stag kneeling to r. : 

the whole in dotted square within incuse square. — Persic 

Tetrobol. 

(W.T. Ready, 1892.) 
Cf. Babelon, PI. cxxxi, 11. 
Cf. B.M.Cat., PI. iv, 17. 








Melchiathon. 








B.C. 392-361. 


7694 
PI. 279 


25 


JE 12 


Herakles to r. carrying lion-skin, fighting with bow and club ; 
behind, ff : border of dots. 


1.62 








tyL. Head of Aphrodite to 1., wearing Stephanos^ triple-drop earring 

and necklace ; hair long. 

(Dimitriou, 1891.) 
Imhoof,- Monti, gr., p. 383, n° 102 (PI. G, 20). 
Head, Hist. Num., p. 738. 








Pumiathon. 








Circ. B.C. 361-312. 


7^95 
PI. 279 


64 


N 14 


Herakles, bearded, wearing lion-skin over head and left arm, advanc- 
ing to r.; in outstretched 1. bow; in raised r. club behind his 
head; in field to r. 9 : border of dots. 


4.14 



— 678 — 



CYPRUS 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION' 



fyL. Lion to r. bringing down stag kneeling to r.; above, 

^lY^rTl U l^ ' m ^ ront = (= T 4 ? f° r 2 -l) : tne whole in dotted 
square within incuse square. — Hemistater. 

(Williamson, 1897.) 

Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 22, n° 77. 

Cf. Babelon, PI. cxxxi, 25. 



Idalium. 

(Dali). 

Gras ? or Karas. 
Circ. B.C. 460. 

7696 164.8 JK 23 Sphinx, with curled wing, seated tol. on tendril or floral ornament; 
10.68 r. fore foot raised over lotus-flower; on 1. * (£a), r. TV (Ka- 

pa) : border of dots. 

tyL. Lotus-flower on two spiral tendrils; on 1., outline of ivy-leaf; 
on r. astragalos : the whole within incuse circle. — Persic Stater. 

(N. Theodoridi, 1892.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 27, n» 13 (PI. v, 9). 
Babelon, PI. cxxxn, 5. 



Stasioikos, or Stasicypros. 
Circ. B.C. 460-450. 

7697 56 JR. 17 Sphinx, with curled wing, seated to 1. on tendril with lotus-flower 
3 .62 in front, on which she places her r. forefoot ; on 1. *. 

1$L. Lotus-flower on two spiral tendrils ; on 1. outline of ivy-leaf; 
on r. astragalos : the whole in faint linear border within incuse 

square. — Persic Tetrobol. 

(Rollin & Feuardent, Paris.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 28, no 28 (PI. v, 16). 
Cf. Babelon, PI. cxxxn, 7. 
Jameson Cat., PI. lxxxi, 1625. 



679 



CYPRUS 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7698 

PI. 279 



7699 

PI. 279 



7700 

PI. 279 



7701 

PI. 279 



22.4 
i-45 



io-5 
0.68 



32 
2.07 



N 11 



A9 



JE 15 



162.9 
10.56 



JR 22 



Marium. 

(Polites ChrysochoiC). 

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

Head of Athene to 1., in triple-crested Athenian helmet. 

J$L. V* (to r.) << (to 1.). Eagle with closed wings standing to 1.: 

border of dots. — Sixth Stater. 

(N. Dimitriou, 1891.) 
B.M.Cat., Int. lx, d (PI. xx, 9 ; this coin). 
Babelon, Traite, PI. cxxxv, 18 (this coin also mentioned). 

Head of Aphrodite to 1. 

tyl. Head of Zeus to r.; in field, in front, MAPI. — Obol. 

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

Head of Aphrodite to 1., wearing myrtle-wreath : border of dots. 
1$L, Ankh with pellet in ring; the whole in wreath. 



Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 34, no 6. 
Imhoof, Monn. gr., p. 383, n° 103. 



(N. Dimitriou, 1898.) 



Paphos. 

Uncertain King, Pasi . . . ? 
Circ. B.C. 480. 

II (above) 'H9 (in exergue). Human-headed bull (the river 
Bokaros) kneeling to r. on dotted exergual line, head reverted : 
border of dots. 

1$L. /2\ (to 1.) * (to r.) Astragalos : dotted incuse circle. — Stater. 

(J. P. Lambros, 1884.) 
Publ. by Sir H.W., Num. Chron., 1896, p. 32 (PI. m, 21). 
B.M.Cat., Cyprus, PI. xxi, 2 (this coin). Also referred to on p. 35, n° 1. 



— 680 — 



CYPRUS 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Pnu . . . (Pnytos ?) 








Cite. B.C. 460. 


7702 


164.2 


/R22 


Bull standing to 1. on dotted exergual line. 


PI. 279 


IO.64 




]$L. Eagle's head to 1.; in upper 1. hand corner, palmette within 

joined spirals; below, guilloche pattern: the whole in dotted 

incuse square. — Persic Stater. 

(Carfrae sale, 11X94.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 36, no 4 (PI. vn, 4). 
Babelon, PI. exxxm, 21. 


7703 

PI. 279 


41.7 


J&1<\ 


Bull standing to 1.; above, winged solar disk; in front, ankh; 
beneath bull, (? mo.) : border of dots. 


2.70 








fyL. Eagle standing to 1.; to 1. inscr. fi ; to r., olive-spray with 








two leaves and three berries : the whole in incuse circle. — 








Tetrobol. 








(W. T. Ready, 1897.) 








B.M.Cat., PI. xxi, 5; Int. lxviii (this coin). 








Babelon, PI. cxxxiv, 9. 


7704 

PI. 279 


25.4 


.K 11 


Bull standing to 1.; above, ¥K (indistinct). 

tyl. Eagle's head to 1.; floral scroll above, 1.: within dotted square 


I.65 








in incuse square. — Diobol. 








(E. Aslanoglou, 1903.) 
Cf. Babelon, Traite, PI. exxxm, 23. 


7705 
PI. 279 


8 


/K 9 


Bull standing to 1. on exergual line ; above, winged solar disk : 
border of dots. 


0.61 








fyL. Eagle standing to 1.; to 1., inscr. <a>* and 9 ; to r., olive-spray: 








within incuse circle. — Obol. 








(D. Stilianopoulos, Smyrna, 1902.) 








Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 57, no 16 (PI. vn, 12). 








Stasandros. 








{Middle of Fifth Cent. B.C). 


7706 
PI. 279 


169.5 


^25 


Bull standing to 1. on dotted exergual line (double) ; above, winged 
solar disk ; to 1., ankh with pellet in centre : border of dots. 


10.98 



— 681 — 



CYPRUS 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7707 
PI. 279 



165 
IO.69 



A2I 



7708 
PI. 279 



4Q-3 
2.61 



JR. 



14 



7709 
Pi . 280 



170.8 
11.07 



JR. 22 



J$L. ** (to 1.) TVhV. Eagle standing to 1.; in front, ankh with 

ring dotted : within dotted square in incuse square*. — Persic 

Stater. 

(N. Dimitriou, 1902.) 
B. M. Cat., PI. xxi, 9 (this coin) ; Int. lxix, note 3. 
Babelon, Traite, PI. cxxxni, 24. 

Bull standing to 1. on dotted exergual line ; above, winged solar 
disk ; in front, ankh with pellet in centre; in ex., laurel-spray of 
two leaves and berry : border of dots. 

m. *A(l.)TVhV (r.) (Ba-jt-Sa-xa-aa). Eagle standing to 1.; in 

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

square. — Persic Stater. 

Pierced. 

(Rollin& Feuardent, 1881.) 
Cf. Jameson Cat., PI. lxxxi, 1627. 

Pnu . . . (Pnytos II or Pnytagoras II). 
Laureate head of Zeus to r., with a large hooked nose. 

^L. <i>* (Liu. (Ua). Eagle, with closed wings, standing to 1.; in front, 

crux ansata, behind eagle, at top, spray of laurel with three 

berries : within beaded square in incuse square. — Tetrobol. 

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. 

Bull standing to 1. on dotted exergual line; above, winged solar 
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 1., body and head seen in profile, tail and wings 

from below : incuse square. — Persic Stater. 

(W.T. Ready.) 

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

Babelon, PI. cxxxiv, 25. 

Macdonald, Hunter Cat., II, p. S62, n° 1 (PI. cxi, 9). 



— 682 — 



CYPRUS 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7710 
PI. 2X0 



23 
1.49 



JR. 12 



77 1 1 
PI . 280 



7712 

PI. 280 



7713 

PI. 280 



7714 

PI. 280 



7715 

PI . 280 



II 

0.71 



M. 11 



164.8 

10.68 



^19 



165.6 
10.73 



iRi9 



171.8 
11. 13 



49 
3-i7 



M. 20 



M. 15 



Onasi . . . ? 

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

1$L. Eagle flying to 1., as on preceding coin : within incuse square. 
— Diobol. 

(N. Dimitriou, 1895.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 41, n° 41 (PI. vm, 3). 
Cf. Babelon, PI. cxxxiv, 22. 

Similar type ; ankb out of field : border of dots. 

1$L. Similar type ; in lower 1. corner, K : dotted square within incuse 

square. — Obol. 

(O. Noury Bey, 1905.) 

Salamis. 

Euelthon. 
(reigning as late as B.C. 530-520). 

Ram lying to 1 . ; above, IOfV . . ; below . . .T. . . 

BL. Smooth. — Persic Stater. 

(Rollin & Feuardent, 1887.) 
Cf.B.M.Cat., p. 46, n° 2 (PI. ix, 2). 
Cf. Babelon, PI. xxvi, 1. 

Similar ; above, IT-. ; below . . -T. 
I$£. Smooth. — Persic Stater. 

(Egyptian Hoard.) 
Greenwell, Num. Cbron., 1890, p. 6 (PI. 11, 1). 
Babelon, Traite, p. 577, n° 920 (cf. PI. xxvi, 2). 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 46, n° 3 (PI. ix, 3). 



Similar; traces of letters above. 
T$L. Smooth. — Persic Stater. 

Ram lying to 1 . ; flaw above. 
J$L. Smooth. — Persic Tetrobol. 



(W.T. Ready, 1892.) 



Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 47, n° 6 (PI. ix, 5). 
Cf. Babelon, PI. xxvi, 4. 



(D. Kelekian, 1895.) 



— 683 



CYPRUS 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7716 
PI. 280 



7717 
PI. 280 



7718 
PI. 280 



7719 
PL 280 



7720 
PI. 280 



24-5 
i-59 



H-5 
0.94 



io-5 
0.68 



35 
0.23 



26.9 
T74" 



An 



JR10 



A9 



A6 



JR. 14 



7721 
pi. 280 



7722 
pi. 280 



21.2 
1.37 



22.3 
1-45 



A12 



JR. 12 



Ram lying to 1.; traces of letters above. 

tyi. Smooth. — Persic Diobol. 

Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 47, no 7 (PI. ix, 6) 
Cf. Babelon, PI. xxvi, 5. 

Ram's head to 1. 

J$L. Smooth. — Persic Obol. 

B. M. Cat., p. 47. n° 8 (PI. ix, 7). 
Babelon, PI. xxvi, 7. 

Similar. 

1$L. Similar. — Persic Obol. 

B.M.Cat., p. 47, n° 9 (PI. ix, 8). 
Babelon, PI. xxvi, 8. 

Ram's head to r. 

J$L. Smooth. — Persic Tartemorion. 

Cf. B.M.Cat., PI. ix, 9. 



(Sotheby sale, 1887.) 



(Spink, 1894.) 



(W.T. Ready, 1896.) 



(Spink, 1894.) 



T*rH"FT (E'u'Fz'Xs.'bz^y-co'ae). Ram lying to r.; above, 
globule in inverted crescent. 

tyL. Ankh with sign Ku : within incuse square. — Persic Diobol. 

(W.T. Ready, 1892.) 
Publ. by Sir H.W., Num. Chron., 1896, p. 29 (PI. in, 14). 
B.M.Cat., Int. lxxxvii c ; PI. XXIII, 8 (this coin). 
Babelon, p. 583, n° 937 bis (this coin). 

Ram lying to 1. 

1$L. Similar. — Persic Diobol. 

(Constantinople, 1892.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 48, no 13 (PI. ix, 11). 

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

tyL. Similar. — Persic Diobol. 

(W.T. Ready, 1895.) 
Publ. by Sir H.W., Num. Chron., 1896, p. 30, n° 62 (PI. m, 15). 
Babelon, p. 586, rio.,939 bis (this coin). 



684 — 



CYPRUS 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


7723 
PI. 280 


'4 


J& II 


Ram's head to 1. 

T$L. Ankh, ring formed of dots : concave field. — Obol. 


O.90 








(Spink, 1894.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., PI. xxiii, 4. 








Nikodamos. 








(Circ. B.C. 460-4 50). 


7724 


26.3 


^.12 


Ram lying to 1.; above, inscr. 2<^* (3a*!r.'N\). 

fyl. Ankh with ring consisting of dots ; in ring 2 : within incuse 


I .70 








square. — Persic Diobol. 

(W.T. Ready.) 








B. M. Cat., Int. xcm, c (PI. xxiii, 17 ; this coin). 








Babelon, p. 594, n° 947 (this coiu). 








Num. Chron., 1920, p. 100. British Museum. 








Euanthes. 








Circ. B.C. 4 50. 


772) 
PI. 280 


27.4 


An 


^UY* E-u-Fa-Oi. Ram lying to I. 


I.78 








$L. ^^8^4= (Ba-st-Xs-Fo-as). Ram's head to 1.; beneath, 








laurel-branch. — Persic Diobol. 








(W.T. Ready, 1895.) 








Hill, B.M.Cat., Cyprus, p. xcvn, n° 3 (PI. xxiv, 2). 








Babelon, PI. cxxvil, 10 (this coin). 








Uncertain King (B. C. 445-41 1). 


7726 
PI. 280 


6 


JR.8 


Youthful male head to \., with short curly hair. 
RL Smooth. — Hemiobol(?) 


0.38 








(W.T. Ready, 1897.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., PI. xi, 9. 








Cf. Babelon, PI. cxxvn, 19. 


7727 


7-5 


A9 


Similar. 


PI. 280 


0.49 




J$l. Wheel of four spokes. — Hemiobol (?) 

(Spink, 1894.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 55, n° 49 (PI. xi, 1 1). 



68< 



CYPRUS 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7728 

PI. 280 



7729 
PI. 280 



7730 
PI. 280 



7731 
PI. 280 



10.3 
0.67 



48.2 

3 . 12 



46.5 

3.01 



42-9 

2.78 



AT8 



JKI4 



JR. 14 



N 12 



Euagoras I. 
B.C. 41 1-374/3. 

Head of Herakles to r., bearded, wearing lion-skin with forelegs 
knotted round his neck : linear border. 



J$L. Forepart of goat lying to r.; below, club: linear border. — 

A Stater. 

(W.T. Ready, 1885.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 56, n° 53 (PI. xi, 15). 
Babelon, PI. cxxvn, 23. 

Herakles, beardless, nude, seated to r. on rock, on which is spread 
his lion-skin ; holds in 1. horn, in r. club; around, inscription, 
— AA)a( : border of dots. 

J$L. Goat lying to r. on exergual line ; around, inscription . . 8 $; 



r. * ; ex., F* : linear border. 



B. M. Cat., p. 57, n° 57 (PI. xi, 19). 
Babelon, PI. cxxvn, 30. 



Persic Tetrobol. 

(W.T. Ready, 1897.) 



Similar. 

T$L. Similar : no border. 



Persic Tetrobol. 



(O.NouryBey, 1902.) 



Cf. Babelon, PI. cxxvn, 29. 

Nikokles. 
B.C. 373 — Circ. 361. 

Bust of Aphrodite to 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 1. $ ; r. * (£a* Nf) : concave field. — | Stater. 

(H. Hoffmann, 1892.) 
B. 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 



7733 
PI 280 



7734 
Pi. 280 



7735 
PL 280 



10.5 



Pi. 280 o . 68 



9-3 
0.60 



32-3 
2.09 



N 8 



AT8 



24.9 yR.13 
TToT 



JE 12 



Similar. 

J$L. Similar; no inscription. — ^Stater. 



(H. Hoffmann, 1884.) 



B. M. Cat., p. 59, n° 62 (PI. xi, 23). 

Euagoras II. 
Circ. B.C. 361-35 1. 

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

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

[E]Y— A. — ^Stater. 

(N. Dimitriou, 1895.) 

Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 59, n° 65 (PI. xn, 2). 

Cf. Babelon, PI. cxxvm, 7. 

For Coins of the ' Archer ' type, attributed to Euagoras, as satrap 

of the Persian king, cf. PERSIA infra. 



(Issued at Salamis ; circ. B.C. 35 1-349). 

Bust of Aphrodite to 1., wearing turreted crown, drop earring, 
necklace, and drapery on shoulders; behind, EYA. 

^L. Head of Athene to r., wearing crested and laureate Athenian 

helmet, drop earring, and drapery on shoulders; linear border. 

— Rhodian Hemidrachm. 

(W.J.Webster, 1889.) 
B. M. Cat., Int. cvi, 4 ; PI. xxiv, 12 (this coin). 
Babelon, Traite, PI. cxxvm, 1 1 (this coin). 



Head of Athene to 1. in crested Athenian helmet, wearing earring 
and necklace. 

1$L. Forepart of bull kneeling to 1 . ; in front, I. 

B. M. Cat., p. 61, n° 75 (PI. xn, 10). 
Babelon, PI. cxxvm, 32. 



687 



CYPRUS 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7736 
PI. 280 



I08 
6.99 



iRi9 



7737 
Pi. 280 



30.6 
7798" 



A12 



7738 
Pi. 280 



94 
6.09 



^Ci8 



7739 
PI. 280 



168.5 
10.92 



^22 



Pnytagoras. 
B.C. 351-332. 

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 crown; wears single-drop 

earring, and necklace ; bow and quiver at shoulder. — Rhodian 

Didrachm. 

(N. Dimitriou, 1897.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 63, n° 77 (PI. xn, 12). 
Babelon, PI. cxxvm, 28. 

Similar; goddess wears single-drop earring; behind, nN. 

J$L. Bust of Artemis to r., hair rolled on forehead and gathered up 

behind ; wears single-drop earring, necklace, and drapery on 

shoulders. — Rhodian Tetrobol. 

(C.W.Thieme, Leipzig, 1881.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 64, no 83 (PI. xn, 17). 
Babelon, PI. cxxvm, 29. 

Nikokreon. 
B.C. 33 1 — Circ. 310. 

Head of Aphrodite to r., hair flowing down neck, wearing turreted 
crown, single-drop earring, and necklace; behind, hK. 

^L. Head of Apollo to 1., laureate, hair short; bow behind shoulder; 

behind, BA. — Rhodian Didrachm. 

(Montagu sale, 1896.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 64, no 85 (PI. xn, 19). 

Uncertain. 

Group C. 
Before circa B.C. 480. 

Lion crouching to r., jaws open, tail between legs, on exergual line: 
border of dots. 



— 688 — 



CYPRUS 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








fyi. Ankh, with dotted ring, in incuse square; traces of sprays in 

corner. — Persic Stater. 

(Gen 1 Moore sale, 1889.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 69, n° 1 (PI. xm, 5 ; this coin also mentioned). 
Mionnet, III, p. 665, n° 658. 
Babelon, PI. xxvn, 20 (under Golgos or Soli ?) 


7740 

PI. 280 


164.7 


iR22 


Similar type, tail raised; in ex., A (r°) : border of dots. 

fyL. Bull to 1., head lowered; below, A (I"°) : the whole in dotted 


10.67 








incuse square. — Persic Stater. 

(J. P. Lambros, 1893.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 69, n° 2 (PI. xm, 6 ; this coin also mentioned). 
Babelon, PI. cxxxvi, 8 (under Golgos). 


7741 
PI. 280 


52 


Al 15 


Lion's head to 1., jaws open; truncation line dotted ; behind A (To). 
fyL. Ankh, with dotted ring in linear circle, and ornaments in four 


3-37 








angles of dotted square, within incuse square. — Persic Tetrobol. 








Six, Num. Chron., 1897, p. 209, n° 11 (PI. ix, 11). 

B. M. Cat., p. xlvii (PI. xxv, 15 ; this coin). 
Babelon, I, p. 618, n° 970 (this coin ; under Golgos). 








Sixth Century B.C. 


7742 
PI. 280 


4-5 


^EL8 


Lion's head to 1., with open jaws. 

fyL. Archaic head to r. in spiked helmet, hair indicated by dots 


0.29 








falling down neck : within dotted square in incuse square. — 

Hemiobol. 

(found in Cyprus; Montagu sale, II, 1897.) 








D r Imhoof and J. P. Six placed this coin among the Incerta ; the late Col. 
Falkland Warren attributed it to a dynast of Curium. 








BRONZE. 








Uncertain. 








Third or second Century B.C. 


7743 
Pi. 281 


45 


JE 15 


Lion standing to 1.; above, ram's head to 1. : border of dots. 
fyL. Horse standing to 1.; above, star ; in front, j. 

(Sim sale, 1890.) 


2.91 



689 — 



CYPRUS 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 




7744 
Pi. 281 


45 


JE 15 


Similar. 

J$L. Similar. 

(Walcher von Moltheim sale, Frankfort-on-M., 1901.) 




2.91 










First Century A.D.Q) 




7745 
Pi. 281 


36 


JE 18 


Capricorn to r.; behind, star. 

J$L. Scorpion ; to r., star. 

(A.O.van Lennep, Smyrna, 1892.) 
Cf. Head, Hist. Num., 191 1, p. 776. 
B. M. Cat., Galatia, PI. xv, 8. 
Revue des itudes grecques, 1899, p. 402 (as struck at Samosata). 




2.33 










These coins are always found in Cyprus, to which the Brit. Mus. now ascribes 
them. 




7746 
Pi. 281 


44-5 


JE 18 


Scorpion : border of dots. 

1$L. s within laurel-wreath. 
* This coin is Punic of North Africa. 




2.88 










Cyprus under the Romans. 










Drusus Julius Caesar, 










son of Tiberius. 




7747 
Pi. 281 


79 


JE 19 


DRVS[VS] CAESAR. Head of Drusus to r., bare : plain border. 

J$L. Zeus Salaminios and the Temple of Aphrodite at Paphos. On 
I., Zeus standing to front, head to 1., wearing chiton and hima- 
tion ; in r., phiale. On r., the Temple containing cone ; double 
beam joining the two main columns ; candelabrum at each side; 




5.12 










paved semi-circular court in front. 

(W.T. Ready, 1888.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 74, n° 7 (PI. xiv, 6). 
Babelon, Perses Achem., PI. xxi, 21. 










Claudius. 




7748 
PI. 281 


445 


JE 36 


[TICLAV]DIVS. CAESAR. AVG LP-MTRPIMP]. Head of Clau- 
dius to 1., laureate. 




28.83 





690 



CYPRUS 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








KOINON 
fy- KYnPI . Within laurel-wreath. 








CON 

B.M.Cat., p. 75, n° 11 (PI. xiv, 10). 








Vespasian. 


7749 
PI. 281 


200 


JK26 


AVTOKPATHP OV€CriACIAN OCKAICAP. Head of Vespasian to 
1., laureate : border of dots. 


12.96 








I£. €TOYC N€OV l€OV {sic). Temple of Aphrodite at Paphos, 








with cone in centre; in ex. G : border of dots. — Tetradrachm. 








(Sotheby sale, June 1887.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 76, no 17 (PI. xv, 1). 








Titus. 


7750 
PI. 281 


90 


JR. 20 


AYTOKPATHP TITOC KAICAP. Head of Titus to 1., laureate: 
border of dots. 


5.83 








fy,. 6T0YC N€OV I6POY; in ex. (year 9). Temple of Aphrodite 








with cone, side wings, two cross beams, etc. : border of dots. — 








Didrachm. 

(W.T. Ready, 1898.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 80, n° 30 (PI. xvi, 2). 


7751 
PI. 281 


190 


JE 26 


AYTOKPATHP. -TOY- • . • Head of Titus to r., laureate : border 
of dots. 


I2.3I 








fy.. KOIN ON KVTTP Temple of Aphrodite at Paphos; garland 








hanging above the two cross-beams ; in centre, cone of the 








goddess, etc.; in field to 1., €TOVC H (=8): border of dots. — 








Dichalkon. 

(L. & L. Hamburger, 1888.) 
Babelon, Perses Achem., p. 119, n°8i2 (PI. xxi, no 23). 








Trajan. 


7752 

PI. 281 


456 


JE 34 


AYTOKP KAIC N€P TPAIANO APICTH C€B T€PM AAK. Bust 
of Trajan to r., laureate, wearing paludamentum : border of dots. 


29.54 



— 691 — 



87 



CYPRUS 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION . 








fy. KOINON KYnPIHN (in ex.) AHMAPX €SYnAT(K (= 6). 








Zeus Salaminios facing, wearing chiton and himation ; holds in r. 

phiale, on his 1. wrist, eagle with closed wings ; hand resting on 

short sceptre : border of dots. — Trichalkon. 

(W.T. Ready, 1906.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 83, n° 40 (PI. xvi, 10). 

Babelon, Pers. Achem., p. 120, n° 817 (PI. xxi, 24). 


7753 


445 


JE 24 


Similar. 

VjL. Similar. — Trichalkon. 


28.83 








(W.T. Ready, 1900.) 


7754 
Pi. 281 


200 


^28 


Same legend (indistinct). Bust of Trajan to r., radiate, wearing 
paiudamentum : border of dots. 


12.96 








§6. AHMAPX eSYHATOi; KOINON KYnPIHN. Temple of Aphro- 








dite at Paphos, with semi-circular court in front ; star on either 
side of cone: border of dots. — Dichalkon. 
Cf. Mionnet, III, p. 674, n° 30. 








Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 82, no 36 (PI. xvi, 6). 
Antoninus Pius and M. Aurelius Caesar. 


7755 
PI. 281 


375 


Mil 


AVTKTAIA AAPIALNTHNINO] CC€B€. Head of Antoninus Pius to 
r., laureate : border of dots. 


24.30 








fy. M AVPHAIOC KAICAP VIOC C€BAC Bust of M. Aurelius to 








r., bare-headed, wearing paiudamentum : border of dots. — 








Trichalkon. 








(N. Dimitriou, 1898.) 








Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 84, n° 48 (PI. xvn, 1). 








Julia Domna. 


7756 
Pi. 281 


183 


JE 31 


IOVA AO[MNA C€Bl. Bust of Julia Domna to r.: border of dots. 
fyl. Temple of Aphrodite at Paphos ; thymiaterion in each of the 


11.85 








side courts ; dove on cross beams, on either side of central court. 








— Dichalkon. 








(1891.) 
Cf. Babelon, Pers. Achem., p. 122, n° 825. 








Mionnet, S. VII, p. 307, no 14. 



692 — 



CYPRUS 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7757 



350 

22.68 



JE 32 . • AO MN- • • Similar. 

1$L. Similar. — Trichalkon. 

Cf. Babelon, P. A., p. 122, n° 824. 



(1891.) 



77)8 
PI. 281 



325 
21 .06 



JE 31 



7759 
PI. 281 



7760 



268 
17.36 



273 
17.69 



JE 31 



JE 31 



Caracalla. 

MANTHiNCIj NOC AV TOVCTOC. Head of Caracalla to r., laur- 
eate : border of dots. 

fy. KOINON KYnPlflN. Temple of Aphrodite atPaphos: border 

of dots. — Dichalkon. 

(1891.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 87, no 62 (PI. xvn, 9). 

Similar. 

fy.. Similar. — Dichalkon. 



(Alex. Grant Sale, 1890.) 



Similar. 

Y$L. Similar. — Dichalkon. 



Babelon, P. A., p. 122, n° 827. 
Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 307, n° 15. 



(1891.) 



— 693 



GALATIA 



— 695 — 



GALATIA 



GALATIA 

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



— 696 



GALATIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



776l 
PI. 282 



7762 
PI. 282 



7763 

PL 282 



7764 
PI. 282 



20. 5 

r -33 



A! 11 



244 
15.86 



^28 



133 
8.6l 



JE 23 



114 
7.38 



M 22 



GALATIA 

(i) Regal Series. 

Amyntas. 

B. C. 36-25. 

Head of Athene to r., wearing crested Corinthian helmet *. 

l$L. A .-w klT/ ~w • Nike, wearing chiton, peplos and elephant-skin 
AMYNTOY 

head-dress, advancing to 1. ; holds in r., sceptre twined with 
diadem ; 1. holds end of peplos. — AT Hecte. 

* The gold hectae of Amyntas are now generally considered as spurious, cf. 
Wroth, B. M. Cat., Galatia, Int. xvm-xix. Head, Hist. Num., 191 1, p. 747. 

Head of Athene to r., wearing crested Corinthian helmet. 

^- AMVki t^v • Nike, wearing chiton, peplos and elephant-skin 
AMYN TOY 

head-dress, advancing to 1. ; holds in r. sceptre twined with dia- 
dem ; 1. holds end of peplos. — Tetradrachm. 

(Rollin & Feuardent.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 2, n« 1 (PL 1, 2). 

Head of bearded Herakles to r. ; club at neck ; behind head, fv\ : 
border of dots. 

%L. ^it5!l E il 2 • Lion walking to r. : border of dots. 
AMYNTOY 

(Wakher von Moltheim sale; Frankfort-on-M., 1901.) 

B. M. Cat., p. 3,n°9 (PL 1, 5). 



Similar ; no monogram. 
J$L. Similar. 



B. M. Cat., p. 3, n° 11. 



(Gen 1 Moore sale, 1889.) 



697 — 



GALATIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


7765 
PI. 282 


170 


iE2I 


Similar. 

1$L. Lion walking to r. ; above u ; in ex., )&\ : border of dots. 


II .01 








(Dr Imhoof, 1888.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 3, n° 13. 








Imhoof, Monn. Gr., p. 416, note45. Cf. Berichtigungen, 1873, p. 12, n°8 (PI. ix, 4). 


7766 
PI. 282 


46 


JE 16 


Head of Artemis to r., wearing stephane ; bow and quiver at neck; 
in front, Ifl (not visible on Plate). 


2.98 








*■ AMYNTOY (in eX ->- Sta g standin g to '• 

(Gen 1 Moore sale, 1889.) 








B. M. Cat., p. 3, no 15 (PI. 1, 8). 








Cf. Imhoof, Monn. Gr., p. 416, n° 176. 


7767 
PI. 282 


21 


JEl6 


Beardless, laureate head to r. : border of dots. 

$L. BACIA AMY... Cornucopiae. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1896.) 


I.36 








* This coin does not belong to Amyntas ; cf. Num. Chron., 1923, p. 219 (Scy- 








thian, or Syrian). 








(ii) Civic Series. 








Ancyra. 








{Angora.') 








Capital of the Tectosages, and later, of the Roman province of Galatia. 








Imperial Coinage. 








Domitian. 


7768 
PI. 282 


73 


JE2I 


AYTO AOMITIA KAI2APIEB[AIYI0Z]. Head of Domitian to r., 
laureate : border of dots. 


4-73 








fy. IEBAITHNHN TEKTOZAmN. Three ears of corn on one 








stem : border of dots. 








(Macridi Pacha, 1897.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 8, no 2 (PI. 11, 2). 








Nerva. 


7769 
PI. 282 


298 


JE 31 


AVTOKATHP NEROYAI KAI2AP 2E-.. Head of Nerva to r., 
laureate. 


19.31 



— 698 — 



GALATIA 



No. 


Wt 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION* 








EniT noMnnNi [oybaioy] npEi beyan 








^L. N KY . Hexastyle 








A 2 








temple (the temple of Rome and Augustus at Ancyra); in ornam- 








ented pediment, eagle and globe : border of dots. 








(J. Arnopoulos, Athens, 1899.) 








B. M. Cat., p. 8, no 3. 








Babelon, Inv. IVadditigton, p. 394, n° 6606. 








Caracalla. 


7770 
PI. 282 


261 


JE 29 


ANTHNINOC AYTOYCTOC. Bust of young Caracalla, beardless 
and laureate, to 1., with shield over shoulder and spear in r. : 


16.91 








border of dots. 








fyL MHTPOnOA ANKYPAC. Demeter, wearing chiton, peplos and 








veil, standing to 1., holding in r. ears of corn, 1. resting on 








sceptre : border of dots. 








(Macridi Pacha, 1897.) 


7771 
PI. 282 


285 


JE 29 


AYTK-M AYP MANTON6INOC AVTO. Head of Caracalla to v., 
laureate : plain border. 


18.46 








^L. MHTPOnOAEHC ANKYPAC. Emperor as Men, standing to 








front, wearing short chiton, chlamys, Phrygian cap and crescent 








at shoulders ; 1. foot on bucranium ; he holds in extended 1., 








Nike, 1. arm resting on column ; his r. holding spear ; at his feet 








to 1., a cock to 1. : border of dots. 








(Macridi Pacha, 1892.) 








Mionnet, S. VII, p. 636, n° 21. 


7772 
PI. 282 


230 


JE 29 


ANTHNINOC AYI"OYCTOC. Head of Caracalla to 1., bearded and 
laureate : border of dots. 


14.90 








MT PO 








R6. n ° 

** ANKYPA (in ex } . 








Temple of Rome and Augustus (?), with eight columns ; in 








pediment, pellet : border of dots. 








(Macridi Pacha, 1892.) 








Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 14, no 33 (PI. m, 6). 








Mionnet, IV, p. 383, n° 56. 



— 699 



GALATIA 





No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 










Geta. 




7773 
Pi. 282 


227 


JE 29 


AVKATT C€TT T6TACAV. Head of Geta to r., laureate : border of dots. 
f£. MHTPOnOA€nC ANKYPAC. Athene standing to 1., holding in 




14.71 










r. patera, and resting 1. on sceptre : border of dots. 










(Dr Merzbacher sale, 1904.) 










Pessinus. 










Capital of the Tolistobogii ; fatuous for its priesthood of Kybele 
(Agdistis) and a temple which contained the sacred stone (representing 
the goddess) removed to Rome in B.C. 204. (if. AT., p. 748). 










Imperial Coinage. 










Antoninus Pius. 




7774 
Pi. 282 


168 


JE 27 


AVTOKAIA API ANTC0N6INCO €YC€. Head of Antoninus Pius to 
r., laureate : border of dots. 




10.88 










$L. rAATOAICn€CCINOVNTICON. Artemis huntress, wearing 










short chiton, standing to front, looking r. ; holds in 1. bow, and 










with r. draws arrow from quiver at her back : border of dots. 

(W. T. Ready, 1899.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 19, n° 5. 




7775 
Pi. 282 


55 


JE 17 


AVKAIAAPANTCO €YC€. Head of Antoninus Pius to r., laureate : 
border of dots. 




3.56 










H$L. TAATOn €CCIN. Young Dionysos, wearing himation over 1. 
shoulder and lower limbs, standing to front, looking r. ; r. rest- 
ing on his head , in I., bunch of grapes; at his feet r., panther: 

border of dots. 

(D r Fenerly, Constantinople, 1891.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 19, no 6 (PI. iv, 2). 

Lucius Verus. 




7776 
Pi. 282 


289 


JE 29 


AK-AOYC6BACTOC. Head of Lucius Verus to 1., bare : border 
of dots. 




18.72 



700 — 



GALATIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7777 
PI. 282 



274 

17-75 



JE 29 



7778 
Pi. 283 



241 
15.61 



JE 33 



7779 
Pi. 283 



184 
11.92 



JE 26 



fyL. TT6CCIN OYNTIHN. Asklepios in himation, standing to front, 

looking 1. holding in r. serpent-staff : border of dots. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1897.) 
B. M. Cat., p. ai, n° 16. 

Babelon, Inv. Wadd., p. 397, n° 6665. 

Mionnet, IV, p. 393, n» 120. 

Caracalla. 

AVT K M AYP ANTON AYI". Bust of Caracalla to r., laureate, wear- 
ing cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 

tjc C"Clf4Ci\ 
J$L. . Demeter to r., holding flaming torch, driving 

car drawn by winged dragons : border of dots. 

(O. Noury Bey, 190s.) 
Imhoof, Tier utid Pflati^enbilder, p. 73, n° 31 (PI. XII, 31). 

ANTHNINOC AYCOYCTOC. Head of Caracalla to 1., bearded and 
laureate : border of dots. 

fy. n€CCINOY[NTin]N. Athene standing to 1., helmeted, holding 

in r. 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. 

lEBAITHNON. Bull standing to 1. 

fyL. 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, n° 3 (PI. v, 2). 
Babelon, Inv. Waddington, p. 399, n° 6690 (PI. xix, 2). 



701 — 



GALATIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7780 
PI. 283 



155 
IO.O4 



JE28 



(b). With heads of Emperors. 
Antoninus Pius. 

AYTOKPAKAIC ANTHN6INOC C6BACTOC. Head of Antoninus 
Pius to r., laureate : border of dots. 

fy. C€BACTHTP... ; in ex., 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, 1903. 
Babelon, Inv. Waddington,p. 399, n° 669s. 



— 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. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








CAPPADOCIA 




- 




Rings of Cappadocia. 

Ariarathes I. 

Ruler in Cappadocia, circ. B. C. 332-322. 


77 8l 
PI. 283 


82.5 


^Li9 


u"w,i^uy (WTJJQ Baal-Gazur). Baal of Gaziura, bearded, wearing 
himation about lower limbs, seated facing; 1. resting on long 


5-35 








sceptre ; on r., in which he holds ear of corn and vine-branch, 


\ 






eagle perched : border of dots. 

fy" [f) l \'])' / \i%- (rww Ariarath). Griffin to 1. devouring stag 
kneeling to 1. : linear border. — Drachm (struck at Gaziura). 

(W. C. Weight, 1 89 1.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 29, n° 3. 
Babelon, Itwentaire fVaddington, p. 408, n° 6826 (PI. xix, 15). 


7782 
PI. 283 


85.5 


J&19 


Similar. 

J$L. Similar. — Drachm (struck at Gaziura). 


5 54 








Six, Num. Chron., 1884, p. no, n° 20. 
Chisel-cut. 








Ariarathes IV., Eusebes. 








B. C. 220-163. 


7783 
PI. 283 


61.6 


iRia 


Head of Ariarathes IV. to r., wearing diadem. 
BAIIAEm (r.). 


3-99 








fy.. APIAPAGOYn.). 

EY2EBOY2 (in ex.). Athene, wearing helmet and chiton, 








standing to 1. ; 1. hand supports shield and spear ; r. hand extend- 








ed supports figure of wreath-bearing Nike; in field to 1. H ; in 








front of Athene, Tfr ; to r. A ; in ex., TA (year 33). — Drachm. 








(Magnesia, 1891.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 32, n° 10. 



— 705 — 



CAPPADOCIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Ariarathes V., Eusebes, Philopator. 








B. C. 163-130. 


77N 
PI. 283 


246 


^.30 


Head of Ariarathes V. to r., wearing diadem. 


15.94 








BAIIAEfll , . 
p, APIAPAOOY K } ' 
*" EY2EBOY2 (to 1.)- 




















l4>llAOnATOPOI (in ex.). Athene, wearing helmet and chi- 








ton, standing to L; 1. hand supporting shield and spear; r. hand 








outstrechted on which Nike to r. holding wreath ; in ex., A. 








— Tetradrachm. 








(Lord Northwick, and Lord Ashburnham sales, 1895.) 








B. M. Cat., p. 32, no 1 (PI. vi, 3). 








Cf. Jameson Cat., PI. lxxxii, n° 1634. 


7785 
PI. 283 


64.8 


JR.1S 


Similar. 

BA2IAEH2 (r.). 


4.20 








p, APIAPAOOY (1.). 

EY2EBOY2 

(in ex.). Athene, as on preceding coin ; in front, 














monogram, -rt. — Drachm. 








(W. T. Ready.) 








Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 33, no 3. 








Ariarathes VII., Philometor. 








B. C. iii(?)- 99 (?). 


7786 
PI. 283 


62.6 


iRi8 


Head of Ariarathes VII. to r., wearing diadem. 


4.06 






BA2IAEH2 (r.). 








fy. APIAPAOOY (I). 








4>IAOMHTOPOZ(in ex.). Athene, wearing helmet and chi- 








ton, standing to 1., 1. hand supporting shield and spear ; r. hand 








outstretched holding wreath-bearing Nike ; in field to 1., W. 








— Drachm. 








(Rollin and Feuardent, London.) 








B. M. Cat., p. 37, no 7. 



706 



CAPPADOCIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7787 
PI. 283 



65.8 

4.26 



Ariobarzanes I., Philoromaios. 
B.C. 95-62. 

JR. 17 Head of Ariobarzanes I. to r., wearing diadem. 

BAIIAEni (r.). 
fy. [AP]lOBAPZANOY(l.). 

(JHAOPHMAIOY (in ex.). Athene, wearing helmet and chi- 
ton, standing to I. ; 1. hand supporting shield and spear ; on 
outstretched r., wreath-bearing Nike ; in field 1. K; in ex., AA 
(31). — Drachm. 

(A. O. van Lennep, 1892.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 40, n° 22. 



7788 



7789 
PI. 283 



65 
4.21 



59-9 
1~88" 



iRi7 Similar. 

tyL. Similar. — Drachm. 

yR. 17 Similar. 



(Greenspan, Loudon, 1901.) 



tyL. Similar; in field 1. C33 ; in ex. IT (13) ; to r. A. — Drachm. 

Holed. 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 39, n° 4. 
Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 720, n° 20. 



7790 
PI. 283 



5Q.8 
3.29 



iRi5 



Ariobarzanes III., Eusebes, Philoromaios. 
B. C. 52-42. 

Head of Ariobarzanes III. to r., bearded, wearing diadem. 



#-. 



BA2IA[Eni] (above). 

APIOBAPZANOY (to r., indistinct). 
EY2EBOYI (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, brt and A. — Drachm. 

(A. O. van Lennep, 1895.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 42, n° 1. 



— 707 



89 



CAPPADOCIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Archelaus, Philopatris, Ktistes. 








B. C. 36. — A. D. 17. 


7791 
PI. 283 


56 


J&I9 


Head of Archelaus to r., wearing diadem. 

fy. BAIIAEni APXEAAOY <|>IAOnATPIAOI TOYKTIZTOY. 

Club; in field, on either side, K B (year 22). — Drachm. 


2.62 








(Osman Noury Bey, 1903.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 44, n° 2 (PI. vn, 14). 








(ii). Civic Series. 
Caesareia. 








Now Kaisariyeh, at the foot of Mount Argaeus. Its original name 
was Maiaca, and the place was the capital of the Cappadocian kings. 
It was renamed Eusebia and finally called Caesareia. (H.N., p. 752). 

Period of Archelaus, King of Cappadocia. 
Circ. B.C. 36 — A.D.17. 


7792 
PI. 283 


61 
3-95 


JEij 


Aegis of Athene with Gorgoneion in centre. 
fy. EY2EBEIA . Mount Argaeus. 

(Osman Noury Bey, 1903.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 45, n° 1. 


7793 
Pi. 283 


113 


M 21 


Bust of Athene to r., helmeted. 

EYZE (t ^ 
^6. R p, AT n*N Mount Argaeus; on summit, eagle with spread 


7.32 








wings. 

(O. Noury Bey, 1904.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 45, n° 2 (PI. vm, 1). 


7794 
PI. 283 


30 


JE 14 


Turreted head of City to r. : border of dots. 

*" .nYAOY " p y ramid > below > €T ,r 

Cf. Babelon, Inv. Waddington, p. 402, n° 6740. 


1.94 



— 708 



CAPPADOCIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Imperial Coinage. 








Domitian. 


7795 
PI. 283 


no 


JE 20 


AOMITIANOC KAI CEBAC[TOC]. Head of Domitian to r., laur- 
eate : border of dots. 


7. 12 








K A \C A 

ivmi^m ^ j^ount Argaeus ; on summit, wreath : border of dots. 
$L. P€IAC b 
€TI (year 10). 

(O. Noury Bey, 1905.) 
Cf. type B. M. Cat., p. 50, n° 35. 








Trajan. 


7796 
PI. 283 


184 


^24 


AVTOKP KAIC N€P TPAIANOC C6B T6PMAAK. Bust of Trajan to 
r.; laureate and draped : border of dots. 


II.92 








fyL. AHMAPX €Z-YriAT-€. Arabia, wearing chiton, peplos and ste- 








phane, standing to 1. ; holds in r. hand, branch ; in her 1., sword 








in sheath ; at her feet, camel tol. : border of dots. — Tridrachm. 








(N. Dimitriou, 1905.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 54, n° 59 (PI. ix, 14). 


7797 
PI. 283 


IO4.3 


JR. 23 


Similar. 

^L. AHMAPX €IYnATOC Bust of Artemis (?) to 1., wearing chi- 


6.76 








ton ; in r., spear ; in 1., bow 1 (?) : border of dots. — Didrachm. 








B. M. Cat., p. 55, no 69 (PI. ix, 18). 


7798 
Pi. 284 


53.6 


A18 


AYTKAII N€P TPAIAN 2EBTEPM. Head of Trajan to r., laur- 
eate : border ot dots. 


3-47 








fy. AHMAPX-EI-YnAT-r. Head of Zeus Amnion to r., bearded 








and horned : border of dots. — Drachm. 

(W. T. Ready.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 53, n° 54 (PI. ix, 11). 


7798a 
Pi. 314 


56.6 


A19 


KAII NEP TPAIAN CEB TEPM. Head of Trajan to r., laureate : 
border of dots. 


3.67 








I£. AHMAPX EIYnATT. Head of Zeus Ammon tor. : border 








of dots. — Drachm. 

(Gen 1 Moore sale, 1889.) 
Miiller, p. 172, n° 443. 



709 — 



CAPPADOCIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


7798B 


28.9 


^.14 


AYT KAII NEP TPAIAN CEB TEPM. Similar. 


PI. 314 


I.87 




1$L. Similar. — Hemidrachm. 

(Gen 1 Moore sale, 1889.) 
Miiller, p. 172, n° 445. 


7799 
PL 284 


22.8 


J&I5 


Similar. 

]$L. Similar. — Hemidrachm. 


I.48 








(Macridi Pacha, 1903.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 53, n° 57. 


7800 
PL 284 


48.5 


JR. 18 


Similar. 


3.I4 








T$l. AHM €1 YnAT B. Two lyres side by side ; above, owl with one 








leg on each of them : border of dots. — Drachm. 








(1891.) 








* This is a coin of Lycia in gen. 


7801 
PL 284 


186 


JE 27 


AYTOKP KAIC N€P TPAIANOC C6B T€PM. Head of Trajan to r., 
laureate : border of dots. 


12.05 








I£. € r YTTATB Wkhin WrCath "' b ° rder of dots * 

(Constantinople, 1899.) 








B. M. Cat., p. 57, n° 91 (PL x, 3). 


7802 
PL 284 


135 


iE22 


Similar. 
T$L. Similar. 


8.74 








(Gen 1 Moore sale, 1889.) 








B. M. Cat., p. 58, no 105 (PL x, 4). 








Hadrian. 


7803 
PI. 284 


IO7.8 


JE 20 


AAPIANOC [C€BACTOC]. Head of Hadrian to r., laureate : border 
of dots. 


6.99 








fy.. YnATOC T nATHP nATP. Mount Argaeus ; on summit, nak- 








ed male figure standing to front, holding in r. globe, in 1. sceptre. 








— Didrachm. 








(Whittall sale, 1884.) 








B. M. Cat., p. 60, n° 119. 



— 710 — 



CAPPADOCIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


7804 
PI. 284 


96.4 


iR2I 


AAPIANOC C€BACTOC. Bust of Hadrian to r., laureate and drap- 
ed : border of dots. 


6.25 








fy. YnATOC T FTATHP nATPIAOC. Tyche, wearing chiton, 

peplos, and modius, seated to 1.; holds in r., rudder, and in 1., 

cornucopiae : border of dots. — Didrachm. 

(Whittall sale, 1884.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 61, n° 129. 


7805 
PI. 284 


IO3.5 


il.21 


Similar. 

fy. YnATOC T T7ATHP nATPIAOC. Club : border of dots. — 

Didrachm. 

(Whittall sale, 1884.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 61, n° 135. 


6.71 


7806 


104 


iR2I 


Similar. 

J$L. Similar ; on either sideof club, star and crescent. — Didrachm. 


6.74 








(Whittall sale, 1884.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 61, no 136 (PI. x, 12). 


7807 


94-7 


J&2I 


Similar. 

1$L. Similar. — Didrachm. 


6.14 








Marcus Aurelius. 


7808 
PI. 284 


116. 4 


iR2I 


AVTOKPANTG0N€INOC C€B. Head of M. Aurelius tor., bare; drap- 
ery on neck : border of dots. 


7-54 








fyL. YnATOC T. Mount Argaeus with trees; in front 1., animal, 

r., tree : border of dots. — Didrachm. 

(Spink, 1894.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 66, no 165. 
Mionnet, IV, p. 417, no 7$. 


7809 
PI. 284 


290 


IE 29 


AVTOKP KAIC MAYPHA ANTCON6INOC C€B. Bust of M. Aure- 
lius to r., laureate : border of dots. 


18.79 








fy. AHMAPX €50YCKA. Head of Zeus Ammon to r., horned : 
border of dots. 

(Christodoulos, Athens, 1905.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 68, no 183. 



— 711 — 



CAPPADOCIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



78lO 
PI. 284 



78ll 
PI. 284 



7812 

PL 284 



7813 
PI. 284 



7814 
PI. 284 



IOO 



JE 18 



283 
18.33 



JE 28 



290 



M 28 



JE 19 



5.24 



134 
8.68 



JE 22 



Lucius Verus. 

. • -C€BACT. • • Head of Lucius Verus to r., laureate. 

tyL. KAICA- • • Mount Argaeus; below, €T € (year 8) : border of 

dots. 

Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 70, n° 201. 

Commodus. 

AYM KOMOAOC ANTHNINOC. Head of Commodus tor., laur- 
eate : border of dots. 

J$L. MHTPOn KAICAP6IA. Agalma of Mount Argaeus, placed on 

altar, inscribed 6T N (year 13) : border of dots. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1892.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 72, n° 213 (PI. xi, 9). 

. .MAVKOM ANTflNI. Bust of Commodus to r., laureate, wearing 
paludamentum : border of dots. 

1$L. MHTPO- • • KAIC- • • Tetrastyle temple in which agalma of Mount 

Argaeus ; in ex. €T Tl (year 13) : border of dots. 

(Criona, Constantinople, 1893.) 
Mionnet, IV, p. 421, n° 103. 

AVKMAYKOM ANTflNIN. Head of Commodus to r., laureate : 
border of dots. 

tyi. MHTPO KAICAP. Male figure, radiate, wearing himation 

over lower limbs, seated to 1. on rock ; holding in r., branch ; 1. 

hand placed on globe resting on rock ; in ex., €T Tl (year 13) : 

border of dots. 

("Webster sale, 1886.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 73, n° 217 (PI. xi, 7). 

Septimius Severus. 

A C€TT C60VHP0C TT€P. Head of Sept. Severus to r., laureate : 
border of dots. 



— 712 — 



CAPPADOCIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



J$L. MHTPOnO KAICA- •• The Emperor, wearing chlamys, on 

horse galloping to r., hurling javelin ; in ex., €T- • • : border ot 

dots. 

(Dr Imhoof, 1892.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 76, n<> 259. 



7815 
PI. 284 



80 
5.18 



Julia Domna. 

IOVAIA AOMNA C€BACTH. Bust of Julia Domna to r. 

J$L. MHTPOn KAICAPIA. Agalmaof Mount A rgaeus placed on altar; 

in ex., date, €T K (= 20) : border of dots. 

(A. O. van Lennep, 1892.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 79, n°* 260-62 (for type). 
Cf. Mionnet, 5. VII, p. 684, no 155. 



7816 
PI. 284 



7817 
PI. 284 



7818 
PI. 284 



Elagabalus. 

& 23 AYK MAYPHAI ANTCON6INOC. Head of Elagabalus to r., laureate : 
7-97 border of dots. 

1$L. MHTPO KAICAP. Agalma of Mount Argaeus placed on altar ; 

in ex. €"FT (== 3) : border of dots. 

(Christodoulos, Athens, 1902.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 84, no* 287-293 (for type). 

Severus Alexander. 

196 & 28 AVK C€OV AA6ZAN. Bust of Severus Alexander to r., laureate, 
12.70 wearing paludamentum and cuirass : border of dots. 

fyL. MHTPOnO KAICAPI. Mount Argaeus; in ex., €TZ (7) : bord- 
er of dots. 

(A. O. van Lennep, 1892.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 90, n° 327. 

102 JE 21 AVK C€OV AA6ZAN. Bust of Severus Alexander to r., laureate and 
6.61 draped : border of dots. 

T$L. MHTPO KAICA. Three ears of corn tied together ; in field, 

€T€ (5) : border of dots. 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 88, no 313 (PI. xn, 12). 



— 713 



CAPPADOCIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


7819 
PI. 28s 


85 


JE 22 


AVK C60VH AA6ZANAPOC. Bust of Severus Alexander to r., 
radiate, wearing cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 


5.50 








MM 








TPOnO 








BL. A€C0CK within border of dots. 
^ AICAP6I 








AC €T 

Z 

(Dr Mordtmann, Constantinople, 1891.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 91, n» 334. 
Cf. Mionnet, IV, p. 434, no 192. 














Gordianus Pius. 


7820 
PI. 285 


165 


JE 24 


AVK MANT TOPAIANOC. Bust of Gordianus Pius to r., laureate, 
wearing cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 


IO.69 








MHT 








POK Al 

fy>. ppmtiy * * nscr - * n f° ur ^ nes > aDOve > turreted female head 








BN €T A 








to r. ; all in laurel-wreath : border of dots. 








(N. Dimitriou, 1905.) 
Mionnet, S. VII, p. 706, n° 289. 








Caesareia and Smyrna. 








Alliance Coins. 








Caracalla. 


7821 
PI. 285 


206 


JE 27 


AYKAI MAYPH ANTCONINOC. Bust of Caracalla to r., laureate, 
wearing cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 


13-34 








fy. CMVPNAIHN KAICAP6 (above) OMONOIA (in ex.). Mount 








Argaeus, on each side of which, prize-crown containing palm- 








branch; in field, €T IA : border of dots. 








(W. T. Ready, 1905.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 94, n° 351 (of Sept. Severus). 



714 



CAPPADOCIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7822 
PI. 285 



7823 

PI. 285 



7824 

PI. 28s 



7825 

Pl. 28s 



130 

8.42 



JE 22 



209 

13-54 



JE 29 



226 

14.64 



JE 28 



239 

15.48 



JE 29 



Tyana. 

(iioiv Ki^ {or Kilisci) Hissar). 

Imperial Coinage. 
Antoninus Pius. 

AVK ANTC0N6INOC C€BACT. Head of Antoninus Pius to r., laur- 
eate : 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, 1899.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 97, n° 5. 

Septimius Severus. 

AV-KA C€n C60VHPOC (indistinct). Head of Sept. Severus to r., 
laureate : border of dots. 

fyL. TYAN600N TTH6PACVA. Humped bull to r. : border of dots. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1892.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 97, n° 8. 

Caracal la. 

AVT KAI MAVP ANTCONINOC. Bust ofCaracalla to r., laureate and 
bearded : border of dots. 

l$L. ANT KOAfl TYANHN. Asklepios holding serpent-staff, stand- 
ing to 1., facing Hygieia, who stands feeding a serpent ; in ex., 

€TI9 (= 16) ; border of dots. 

(Alishan, Constantinople, 1890.) 
Mionnet, IV, p. 441, n° 233. 

AVPAN THNINOC Head of Caracalla to r., laureate and bearded. 

$£. ANT KOAONI TVANON. Humped bull to r. ; in background, 

two standards; in ex., €T IP {sic) : border of dots. 

(N. Dimitriou, 1902.") 
Cf. Mionnet, S. VII, p. 715, n° 329. 



715 



90 



SYRIA 



— 717 — 



SYRIA 



SYRIA 

(a) The Seleucid Kings. 

P. Gardner, Brit. Mus. Cat., Seleucid Kings of Syria, 1879. 
Sir E. Bunbury, Unpublished Coins of the Kings of Syria, in Num. Chron., 1883, pp. 65 ff. 

E. Babelon, Les Rois de Syrie, 1890. 

F. 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 Mint of Antioch, 19 18. 

Rev. Ed. Rogers, Num. Chron., 4 th series, vol. XII (1912) ; vol. XIX (1919). 



718 



SYRIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7826 

PL 285 



85-3 
5-53 



JE 16 



7827 
PL 285 



133 

8.61 



Ni 9 



7828 

PL 28s 



263 
17-04 



^28 



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 indebted- 
ness and gratitude to him. 

Seleucus I. (Nicator). 
(B.C. 3 12-280). 

Period I. B.C. 312-306. 
Head of Alexander in elephant-skin to r. 

I£. [AAE]IANA[POY]. Nike standing to 1. ; in field to 1., head of 

horned horse. 

Issued at Babylon (?). 

Head of Athene tor., in crested Corinthian helmet adorned with 
serpent, and wearing earring and necklace. 



#-. 



. > 1 '<. Nike to 1., clad in long chiton with 



2EAEYKOY 
BA2IAE[ni] 

diplois, holding wreath in extended r. and naval standard in 1. ; 

in field to 1., AP and below, W ; to r., fc. — Stater. 

(N. Dimitriou, 190s.) 
Minted in the East, probably east of Babylon. 



Head of young Herakles in lion-skin to r. : border of dots. 

^- 5t ? Lvl^v %W Zeus seated to 1-. himation about lower 
2EAEYKOY [to 1.) 

limbs ; r. foot drawn back, holding eagle on extended r., and 

leaning with 1. on sceptre ; in field to 1., dolphin to 1. and mon. 

Si ; under throne, AB ; exergual line : border of dots. — Tetra- 

drachm. 

(Montagu sale, 1896 ; lot 689.) 



— 719 — 



SYRIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


7829 
PI. 285 


267.5 


^25 


Similar type. 

T$L. Similar ; in field to 1., mon. PP ; no exergual line. — Tetra- 


17-33 








drachm. 

(Tebbs sale, July 1900 ; lot 194.) 
Same obv. die as B.M.Cat., p. 2, n° 9. 








Period II. B.C. 306-280. 


7830 
PI. 285 


259-5 


^.29 


Head of young Herakles in lion-skin to r. : border of dots. 

r>, ZEAEYK-Y (downwards) v . , . . . . , 
!%•• «7»r.VT^- /-u 1 \ • Zeus seated to 1. on throne with 
^ BAIIAEm (below) 


16.82 








back ; lower limbs draped ; holds eagle in extended r. and sceptre 








in 1. ; in field to 1., helmeted head of Athene to r. ; below throne, 








crescent. — Tetradrachm. 








Struck at Pergamum. 

(Bunbury sale, II, 1896; lot 427.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 2, n° 12. 








Babelon, Rois de Syrie, p. 3, n"n (PI. 1, 7). 


7831 
PI. 28s 


260.3 


^28 


Head of young Herakles in lion-skin to r. : border of dots. 

t>, ZEAEYKOY (downwards) 

^" BAZIAEHZ (below, but out of flan). Zeus seated to 1. on 


16.87 








throne with back ; lower limbs draped ; holds in extended r. Nike 








who presents to him a wreath, and rests on sceptre held in 1. ; 








in field to 1. ® ; beneath throne, KP : border of dots. — Tetra- 








drachm. 

(W.S.Lincoln, 1887.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 2, n« 23. 








Babelon, p. 5, n° 30. 


7832 
PI. 285 


257.1 


^.25 


Head of Seleucus to r., wearing helmet adorned on the side with 
horn and ear of bull and covered with panther's skin ; lion-skin 


16.66 








tied round neck : border ot dots. 








*"'■ BAi^Eni So l'y Nike t0 r *' clad in chiton with diplois ' 








placing with both hands laurel-wreath on a trophy consisting of 








helmet, thorax, sword and shield ; in field 1. N ; between Nike 



720 — 



SYRIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








and trophy, AX ; at the foot of trophy, two blossoms. — Tetra- 








drachm. 








(Macridi Pacha, 1895.) 








B.M.Cat., p. 4, n° 37. 








Babelon, p. 7, n° 44. 


7833 
PI. 285 


64.3 


iRi5 


Head of bridled horse to r. , having bull's horns : border of dots. 
*' [ IEAEYKOY lJ £0 [.')■ Anchor inverted, with ring at either 


4.18 








end; in field to r., bunch of grapes: border of dots. — Drachm. 








(Prof. P. Gardner, 1886. 








B.M.Cat., p. 4, n<> 41 (PI. 11, 1). 
Babelon, p. 9, n° 56 (PI. 11, 10). 


7834 
PI. 28s 


20 


iRl2 


Similar : border of dots. 

*£• Sln^^v • Bow and <l uiver > above » 1 E ; below, T : border 
icAcYKUY 


I .29 








of dots. — Diobol. 








(O. Noury Bey, 1904.) 








Babelon, p. 9, n° S7 (PI. 11, 11). 


7835 
PI. 285 


5.8 


^9 


Facing head of goddess (as on Tarsian coins). 

J$L. Elephant to r., within incuse circle. — Hemiobol. 


O.38 








(Found in the old port of Alexandria, 1894.) 








Uncertain attribution ; may belong to Antiochus I. 


7836 
PI. 28s 


259 


yB.23 


Head of Zeus to r., laureate. 

$L. BAIIAEni (upwards 1.) [IE]AEYK[OY] (in ex.). Athene, helm- 


16.78 








eted, and in fighting attitude, standing to r. in chariot drawn 








by two horned elephants, to r. ; above, spear-head ; in field to 








r., AP : border of dots. — Tetradrachm. 








(N. Dimitriou, 1898.) 


7837 
PI. 285 


59 5 


jRi7 


Head of Zeus to r., laureate : border of dots. 

*" 2EAEYKOY ^it)' 1 Athene ' in fi S h,in S attitude > stand " 


3.86 



— 721 — 



SYRIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION . 








ing in chariot drawn by four horned elephants to r. ; in field to 








r., anchor ; above, 171 : border of dots. — Drachm. 








(Tebbs sale, 1900; lot 194.) 
Cf.B.M.Cat., p. 3, no 32. 








Cf. Babelon, p. 11, n°s 72-73. 


7838 
PI. 285 


20.3 


JR. 10 


Head of bridled horse, with horns, to r. : border of dots. 

fy,. |e^ A y E k ?oy] * Bow and iriver; above, 1 E and below T : 


1 .32 








border of dots. — Diobol. 








(J. P. Lambros, 1883.) 








Babelon, Rois de Syrie, p. 9, n° 57 ; PI. 11, 1 1 . 








* Misnumbered 7828 on Plate 285. This coin should follow n° 7835. 


7840 
PI. 286 


83 


JE 20 


Head of Medusa to r., winged ; amid hair, serpents : border of 
dots. 


5-37 








*£• ?r?Lv E ii5 • Indian bull > horned, butting to r. ; in ex. 2 : 
ZEAEYKOY 








border of dots. 








(Smyrna, 1891.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 6, no 62 (PI. 11, 14). 








Babelon, p. 13, n° 87. 


7841 
PI. 286 


39 


JE 15 


Similar. 

^L. Similar ; between hind legs of bull, 21 ; no letter in ex. 


2.52 








(Smyrna, 1893.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 7, n° 65. 


7842 


37 


^14 


Similar. 


PI. 286 


2.39 




T$L. Similar ; between hind legs of bull, <. 

(A.O.van Lennep, 1895.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 6, no 64. 
Babelon, p. 14, no 94. 

Antiochus I. (Soter). 
(B.C. 281-261). 


7843 
PI. 286 


264 


J&29 


Head of Antiochus I. to r., diademed ; ends of diadem curled 
upwards : border of dots. 


17.10 








t>. BA2IAEHZ (r. downwards) A ,, , „ , 4 

*" ANTIOXOYO- downwards)" A P° 11o > Aureate, naked except 



722 — 



SYRIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








forchlamys draped over r. thigh, seated to 1. on omphalos, holding 








arrow in outstretched r. and bow in 1. behind ; on 1., outside 

inscr., £; to r., HP: border of dots. — Tetradrachm. 

(Bunbury sale, 1896; lot 440.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 9, n° 6. 


7844 
PI. 286 


264.5 


^28 


Similar. 

T$L. Similar ; but in field to r. ®. — Tetradrachm. 


17.14 








(W. Webster, 1889.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 9, n° 7. 


7°45 
Pi. 286 


40 


JE 14 


Head of Athene, facing, wearing crested helmet : border of dots. 
W- ANTIOXOY £0 I.')* Nike Standin S t0 l > holdin g wreath and 


2.59 








palm; in field to 1., C — Half Chalcous. 

(A.O.van Lennep, Smyrna, 189s.) 
Cf.B.M.Cat., p. 13, n° 57. 


7846 
Pi. 286 


262 


^28 


Head ot Antiochus I. to r., diademed; ends of diadem curled 
downwards : border of dots. 


16.97 








r>, ZflTHPOZ (r. downwards) A ,, _ *„ , , 
*■ ' [AlNTIOXOY (1- downwards)" A P°" ' seated to l oa om P ha - 








los, as before, holding arrow and bow ; drapery over r. thigh. 








— Tetradrachm. 








(Naoum Dimitriou, Rhodes, 1902.) 








Cf.B.M.Cat., p. 10, no 22. 








Cf. Babelon, p. 25, n© 191 (PI. v, 19). 








* This was probably a commemorative coin, struck after the death of Antio- 








chus I, possibly by Amiochus II, recording his victory in B.C. 272 over the Gala- 








tians (Note by Rev. Ed. Rogers). 








Antiochus II. (Theos). 








(B.C. 261-246). 


7847 
Pi. 286 


131 


N ij 


Head of Antiochus II. to r., wearing diadem, one end of which is 
curling upwards. 


8.48 








t>, BA2IAEHZ (r. downwards) A ,, 1 j 1 k r ui 
*" ANTIOXOY (I- downwards)' A P ollo > naked ' but forchlam y s 



723 



91 



SYRIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7848 

PI. 286 



7850 

PI. 286 



7851 

PI. 286 



264 
17.10 



^28 



358.3 

16.74 



iR28 



264.2 
17.12 



^R.29 



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 *. 

(Frankfort sale, Oct. 1890.) 
Babelon, p. 48, n° 355 (PI. ix, 6). 

* For decisive proofs as to the attribution of this coin to Antiochus II, see Mac- 
donald, J.H .5., 1900, pp. 92 sqq. 

Head of Antiochus II. to r., diademed : border of dots. 

■d, BAIIAEHZ (r. downwards) A ,, , „ . , . , 

*' ANTIOXOY (1. downwards)' Apollo, 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. 

(D. Kelekian, 1893.) 
B.M.Cat.,p. 8, n° 3 (PI. 111, 3). 

Head of Antiochus II., diademed, tor., one end of diademed flying: 
border of dots. 

t), BA1IAEOZ (r. downwards) A ,, , _ , 1 , c 

ty" . llTlrtu «wn 4 a v Apollo, laureate, naked but for 

ANTIOXOY (1. downwards) r ' ' 

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. 

(Bunbury sale, 1896, II; lot 480.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 20, n° 11. 
Cf. Babelon, PI. ix, 7. 

Head of Antiochus II., diademed, to r. ; end of diadem hanging 
down. 

t>, BA2IAE02 (r. downwards) . n , „ i 1 u * r 

*" ANTIOXOY (1. downwards)* A P oll °' laUreate ' naked but f ° r 
chlamys draped over r. thigh, holding arrow in extended r. and 
bow in 1. behind; to 1., long flaming torch ; in ex., eagle, and 
mon. B*. — Tetradrachm. 

Minted at Cyzicus. 

(Bunbury sale, 1896, II ; lot 478.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 21, n° 14. 
Babelon, p. 39, no 287 (PI. vm, 4). 



724 



SYRIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Bactrian style. 


7852 
PI. 286 


257-5 


^R26 


Head ot Antiochus II. (or Diodotus, of Bactria) to r., diademed : 
border of dots. 


16.69 








r>, BAIIAEOi (r. downwards) ~ , , , r ., 

*" ANTIOXOYO. downwards)* Zeus > naked > but for chlam > 7S > 








over 1. arm ; he holds in extended 1., aegis, and with r. he hurls 








thunderbolt ; at his feet, eagle, above which frl ; beneath, between 








his legs, (D. — Tetradrachm. 

(Bunbury sale II, 1896 ; lot 457.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 15, n° 20. 








Cf. Babelon.p. 30, n°2l8 (PI. vi, 13). 


7854 
PI. 286 


78 


JE 17 


Head of Apollo to r., laureate, hair long. 

r>, BAIIAEOI (r. downwards) ^ . , , . , 
*%-• ..^.^w^w)i j j v Iripocl ; beneath, anchor; in 
^ ANTIOXOY(l- downwards) r 


5.05 








field to r., A ; to 1. h. 

(A.O.van Lennep, 1893) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 15, n° 14. 


7855 


55 


JE 18 


Similar. 

tyL. Similar; in held to r., A; to 1., W. 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 


3.56 


7856 


63.5 


JE 16 


Similar. 

J$l. Similar; in field to r., anchor; to 1., indistinct monogram. 


4. 11 








(Greenspan, 1906.) 


7857 
PI. 286 


58.5 


JE 17 


Similar *. 

fyL Similar; in field to r., A ; to 1., W.(?) 

(A.O.van Lennep, 1892.) 


3-79 








* These coins are usually given to Antiochus II, but they probably belong 
to Antiochus III. 








SeleucusII. (Callinicus). 








(B.C. 246-226). 


78)8 
PI. 286 


Hi 


N 20 


Head of Seleucus II. to r., diademed ; one end of diadem curling 
upwards : border of dots. 


8.48 



725 — 



SYRIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








r>, BAIIAEH2 (r. downwards) A ,, , , ,. 1 
*' 2EAEYKOY(l. downwards)" A P oll °' naked ' standin S t0 l - 








hair gathered up in a chignon, some tresses falling down neck 








and shoulders; he holds in extended r., arrow and leans with 1. 








on bow placed behind him on the ground ; in field to 1., T. — 








Stater . 








Minted at Antioch. 

(W. T. Ready, 1900.) 
Cf. Babelon, Rois de Syrie, p. 33, n° 245. 


7859 
PL 286 


263.5 


^29 


Head of Seleucus II. to r., diademed : border of dots. 

r>, BA2IAE02 (r. downwards) A ,, , , ,. , 
^ IEAEYKOY(l. downwards)* A P ollo > naked > standin S t0 L > 


17.07 








holding arrow in extended r., and leaning with 1. elbow on tall 








tripod ornamented with wreath ; on I., outside the inscription 








© ; on r., outside the inscription, \hJ . — Tetradrachm. 








(N. Dimitriou, 1901.) 
Babelon, p. 34, n° 249. 


7860 
PI. 286 


259 


JK2-J 


Similar; portrait with slight whisker. 

I^L Similar; in field to 1., outside inscription, NA- — Tetradrachm. 


16.78 








(Bunbury sale II, 1896.) 


7861 
PI. 286 


59 8 


A19 


Head of Athene to r. in crested Corinthian helmet : border of dots. 

*■ «aeykoy& &=§• ^°> naked > - ndin « to '•• 


3.87 








holding arrow in r. hand, leaning with 1. on bow ; in field to r., 








outside inscription, W 5 . — Drachm. 

(N. Dimitriou, 1901.) 


7862 
PI. 286 


98 


JE 20 


Head of Athene to r. in crested helmet : border of dots. 

*• IeAEYKOY^ downT^!- Apollo, naked, standing to 1., 


6.35 


• 






holding arrow in outstretched r. and resting 1. on bow. — Chal- 








cous. 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 
Cf.B.M.Cat., p. 17, n° 17. 








Cf. Babelon, PI. VII, 9. 



726 — 



SYRIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


7863 
PI. 287 


81 


JE 17 


Head of Athene to r., as on last coin : no border. 

tyL. Similar to last coin ; but in field to 1. outside legend, ffl ; and 


5.24 








to r., ME. — Half Chalcous. 








B.M.Cat., p. 17, n° 18 (PI. vi, 6). 


7864 
PI. 287 


89 


JE 17 


Head of Seleucus II. to r., diademed : border of dots. 

t>, BA2IAEH2 (above CI , 1 • 1 1 

KL. -w.,~w A. 1 n. elephant to r. ; on his neck, mahout 

^ IEAEYKOY (below) * ' 


5.76 








holding goad ; to 1., mon., tSl : border of dots. 








(Edinburgh sale, 1887.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 17, n° 1 5 (PI. vi, 4). 








Antiochus Hierax. 








{Cite. B.C. 246-227). 


786$ 
PI. 287 


260. 5 


^29 


Boyish head of Antiochus Hierax to r., wearing winged diadem : 
border of dots. 


16.88 








D , BAIIAEOI (r. downwards) , ,, , , , . c , 
RL. u , 1AUAlJ >. 1 1 <. Apollo, naked but for drapery 
^ ANTIOXOY (1. downwards) r l J 








over r. thigh, seated to I. on omphalos, holding arrow in extend- 








ed r. and bow in 1 . behind him ; in front of head, M; in field to 








1., outside the inscription, ^ ; in ex., horse feeding to r. — 








Tetradrachm. 








(N. Dimitriou, 1901.) 
Cf. Macdonald, Hunter Cat., PI. lxv, 3. 


7866 
PI. 287 


261 


^36 


Head of Antiochus II to r., idealized, wearing winged diadem. 

r>, BA2IAEOZ (r. downwards) . ,, , 1 , „ c 1 , 
ty~- ,„.r, rt „ rt w}i a a v Apollo, naked, but tor chlamys 
ANTIOXOY (1- downwards) * J 


16.91 








over r. thigh, seated to 1. on omphalos, holding arrow in extended 








r. and resting 1. on bow ; in field to 1., outside inscr., above, and 








below, monograms ; in ex., horse feeding to 1. — Tetradrachm *. 








(W. S. Lincoln.) 
Cf. Macdonald, Hunter Cat., Ill, PI. i.xiv, 15. 








* N os 7865 and 7866 may have been struck by Antiochus Hierax in the Troad 








district with portrait of his father or of himself. 



— 727 — 



SYRIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7867 
PI. 287 



7868 
PI. 287 



7869 
PI. 287 



7870 
PI. 287 



62 
4.OI 



JR. 18 



262 
16.97 



iR28 



264.8 
17. 16 



^28 



263-3 
17.06 



^.27 



Seleucus III. (Ceraunus). 
(B.C. 226-222). 

Head of Seleucus III., with whiskers, diademed, to r. 

*■ lEAEYKOvfr do°= d 4- A P°»°> ^- "»>« fa *■»»■ 

draped over right thigh, seated to 1. on omphalos, holding arrow 

in outstretched r. and 1. resting on bow ; in field to 1., outside 

legend, /P. — Drachm. 

(N. Dimitriou, 1902.) 

Antiochus III. (the Great). 
(B.C. 223-187). 

Head of Antiochus III. to r., diademed; ends of taenia hanging 
down : fillet border. 

!&• ^...^w^w/i' i j v Apollo, naked but for chlamys 

^ ANTIOXOY (1- downwards) 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 in- 
scription, &. — Tetradrachm. 

(D r Imhoof-Blumer, 1896.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 26, n° 26. 
Babelon, p. 49, n° 367. 
Mionnet, S. VIII, p. 20, n° 109. 

Head of Antiochus III. to r. (middle aged), diademed ; only one 
end of taenia visible, and hanging down : fillet border. 

J$L. Similar legend and type ; in field to 1., outside inscription, 

anchor inverted. — Tetradrachm. 

(Rollin & Feuardent ; from Th. Tobin Collection.) 
Babelon, p. 51, n° 383. 

Head of Antiochus III. to r., with sharp features, diademed ; both ends 
of taenia hanging down. 

#-• f^l^fr , d0wnwar ^. Apollo, naked but for chlamys 
ANTIOXOY (1. downwards) v 



— 728 



SYRIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7871 

PI. 287 



7872 

PI. 287 



7872A 

PI. 287 



7873 

PI. 287 



260.9 
16.91 



JEL26 



264-7 
17.15 



JK2- 



261 . 5 

16.54 



iR 29 



634 
4. II 



yRi9 



around waist, seated to 1. on omphalos, holding arrow and bow. 

— Tetradrachm. 

(Constantinople, 1891.) 
Cf. Babelon, p. 49, n° 366 (PI. ix, 10). 

Youthful, diademed head of Antiochus III., with slight whisker ; 
ends of diadem hanging down. 

D , BAIIAEOI (r. downwards) . ,, 111 r 11 

KL. .„ 1T1 ^ w ^ w >i 1 j <• Apollo, naked but for cnlamys 

ANTIOXOY(l- downwards) Y J 

draped over r. thigh, seated to 1. on omphalos, holding arrow in 

r. and rtsting 1. on bow behind him ; in field to 1., outside 

inscr. Y and £. — Tetradrachm. 

(Bunbury sale, II, 1896 ; lot 461.) 
Newell, PI. 1, 7. 

Youthful, diademed head of Antiochus III. one end of diadem 
flying : border of dots. 

u , BA2IAEn[2](r. downwards) . ,, , , , ,. f ,, 

*¥-. . .._ 1A „ A L U J >, 1 ,<. Apollo, naked, but for cham- 

ANTIOXOY (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- 
tion, horse's head tol. and [£p j and to r. CT. — Tetradrachm. 



^- 



(r. downwards) A ,, 11 , 

>i 1 , <. Apollo seated to 1. on ompha- 

(I. downwards) ' * 



Head of Antiochus III. to r., diademed ; ends of diadem hang down 
loosely one end flying : border of dots. 

BAIIAEOI (r. downwards" 
ANTIOXOY 

los, holding arrow in r. and bow in 1. ; in field to r. and 1. outside 
inscriptions, |yp and ISP. — Tetradrachm. 

(Rollin & Feuardent.) 
Cf. Babelon, PI. ix, 7. 

Head of Antiochus III. to r., diademed; both ends of taenia hang- 
ing down. 

#■• ANTIOXOY ' Bephant t0 r ' ; t0 r * W - " " Drachm ' 



Cf.B.M.Cat., p. 28, n° 31. 
Babelon, p. 52, n° 396. 



(W. S. Lincoln.) 



729 — 



SYRIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7875 
PI. 287 



285 
I5.87 



,E28 



7876 
PI. 287 



187 
12. II 



^27 



7877 
Pi. 287 



JEi$ 



12. ii 



7878 



75 
4.86 



^Ei8 



7879 
Pi. 287 



70 
4-53 



JE 18 



Head of Apollo (with features of Antiochus) to r., laureate : bord- 
er of dots. 

r>. BA2IAEH2 (r. downwards indistinct) A ,, , 1 . , 

BL. .*,_.-.„,«.„ n a a\ • Apollo, naked, stand- 

ANTIOXOY (1- downwards) v ' * 

ing to 1., holding arrow in r. and resting 1. on bow. — Double 

Chalcous. 

(Edinburgh sale, 1887.) 



Head of Apollo to r., similar to last : border of dots. 

T>, BA2IAEH2 (r. downwards) ^ . , . c ,1 . , ^ 
*" ANTIOXOY (1. downwards)' Tn P od '> in field t0 l >™- 



Double Chalcous. 



Cf. Babelon, PI. x, 9. 



(Montagu sale.) 



(Montagu sale.) 



Head of Antiochus III. to r., diademed : border of dots. 

*■ [A]NT,OXofY] (bdof)- Mare t0 '• s - klin S M > in field t0 
1., p$P- — Double Chaclous. 

Cf. Babelon, p. 58, n° 446 (PI. xi, 3). 

Achaeus, Usurper. 
(B.C. 214). 

Head of Apollo to r., laureate. 

-d, BAZIAEH2 (r. downwards) -n 1 ^ •, , L u 

*" AXAIOY 0- downwards} Ea S le t0 r - WIth P^'"-tranch 

over its shoulder. — Chalcous. 

(Montagu sale, 1894; lot 359.) 
Cf.B.M.Cat., p. 30, n° 3. 

Similar. 

tyL. Similar ; countermarked with horse's head to r. — Half-Chal- 

cous. 

(A.O.van Lennep, 1892.) 



— 730 



SYRIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



788O 
PI. 288 



260 5 



^29 



7881 

PI. 288 



267-4 
1733 



^28 



7882 
PI. 288 



2637 
17.09 



^.29 



Seleucus IV. (Philopator). 
(B.C.188/7-176/5). 

Head of Seleucus IV. to r., diademed ; one end of diadem flies 
upwards, the other falls forward over shoulder : fillet border. 

r>, BA2IAEOI (r. downwards) A ,, , , , „ c , , 

YL. 11t .^w^w/i 1 \ v Apollo, naked, but for chlamys 

ANTIOXOYO- downwards) r •> 

over r. thigh, seated to 1. on omphalos, holding arrow in extend- 
ed r. and leaning with 1. on bow; in field to 1., outside inscrip- 
tion, star. — Tetradrachm. 

(Tebbs sale, 1900.) 
Newell, PI. 11, 31. 

Macdonald, Hunter Cat., PI. lxvi, 1. 

Head of Seleucus IV. to r., diademed ; one end of diadem flies 
upwards, the other falls forward over shoulder : border of dots. 



^« 



BA2IAEOI 



(r. downwards) A ,, 1 j 1 r 11 

w >i 1 1 <• Apollo, naked, but lor chlamys 

IEAEYKOY(l- downwards) * J 

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 & Feuardent.) 
Cf. Macdouald, 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. 

Head of Seleucus IV. to r., diademed ; ends of diadem flying up- 
wards : fillet border. 

D , BA2IAEHI (r. downwards) * n \ au + c ui 

RL. „ -„.,«« )i 1 1 v Apollo, naked but for chlamys 

ZEAEYKOY(l- downwards) ' 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., out- 
side inscription, filleted palm-branch ; in ex., <[). — Tetradrachm. 

(Rollin & Feuardent ; from Sir Th. Tobin Coll".) 
B.M.Cat., p. 31, n° 11. 
Newell, The Seleucid Mint of Antioch, p. 15, n° 38 (PI. ill). 
Babelon, p. 62, n° 468. 



731 — 



9 2 



SYRIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7883 262.5 JR. 28 Head of Seleucus IV. to r., diademed ; behind, KE and wreath 
PI. 288 ij.oi border of dots. 



ty 



BA2IAEH2 (r. downwards 



^do=r§- A P oll °.- brf -^«-^' 



2EAEYK0Y 

border of dots. — Tetradrachm. 



B.M.Cat., p. 31, n° 1. 
Cf. Babelon, p. 63, n° 476. 



(Osman Noury Bey, 1903.) 



7884 
PI. 288 



117 JE 19 Bust of young Dionysos to r., ivy-crowned; behind shoulder, thyr- 
7.58 sos ; in the field to I., mon. A ' border of dots. 



Chalcous. 



2EAEYK0Y (below)* 
Serrated edge and central hole. 



(A.O.van Lennep, 1891.) 
Babelon, p. 64, n° 492 (PI. xi, 17). 



7885 
PI. 288 



16.28 



Antiochus IV. (Epiphanes). 
(B.C. 176/5-165/4). 

^ 33 Head of Antiochus IV. to r., diademed : fillet border. 

BAIIAEHI I ANTIOXOY (r. downwards) 
ty-. QEOY I Eni(J>ANOY2 (1- downwards). Zeus Olympios, 
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 

1., outside inscr., -4. — Tetradrachm. 

(W. S. Lincoln.) 
Newell, p. 29, PI. iv, 67. 
Cf.B.M.Cat., p. 35, n° 17. 
Macdonald, Hunter Cat., p. 48, n° 47. 



7887 
PI. 288 



251 yR.29 Head of Antiochus IV. to r., diademed ; end of diadem hangs 
16.26 down : fillet border. 

p. BA2IAEOI (r. downwards) 7 -.aLi tn 

T". ANTIOXOY I Eni<j>AN[OY2] (1- downwards)' Zeus > nak€Cl to 

waist, one end of chlamys draping 1. shoulder, holds wreath- 



— 732 



SYRIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








bearing Nike r. crowning him, and rests 1. on sceptre. — Tetra- 








drachm. 

(Bunbury sale 11, 1896 ; lot 490.) 
Cf. Num. Chron., 1883, pp. 97-98. 


7888 
PI. 288 


260 


^31 


Head of Antiochus IV. to r., diademed; behind, ^ : tiller border. 

p, BA2IAE02 1 ANTIOXOY (r. downwards) z 
^" OEOY I Eni4)ANOY2 | NIKH<|>OPOY(l- downwards)* eus 
Olympios enthroned to 1., naked to waist, r. leg behind 1., hold- 


16.84 








ing wreath-bearing Nike in outstretched r. ; in ex. : fa AX ; in 








field 1., palm-branch. — Tetradrachm. 

(Bunbury sale, 1896 ; lot 494.) 
Cf.B.M.Cat., p. }5,n°2o. 


7889 
PI. 288 


63.3 


iRi6 


Head of Antiochus IV. to r., diademed : border of dots. 

T), BAIIAEOI (r. downwards) A ,, 111 r li 
!>.• ..-~.^w^w /1 a 1 <. Apollo, naked, but lor chlamys 
ANTIOXOY (1. downwards) v J 


4. IO 








over r. thigh, seated to 1. on omphalos, holding arrow in r. and 








resting 1. on bow; in field, above, "^P ; to 1., outside inscrip- 








tion, n. — Drachm. 

(I> Fenerlv Bey, Constantinople, 1891.) 


7890 


60 


JR. 16 


Similar. 

fyl. Similar ; legends only partly legible. Eastern work. — Drachm. 


3.88 


789OA 
PI. 287 


61.3 


i^T6 


Head of Antiochus IV. to r., diademed : border of dots. 

p , BAIIAE^ni] (tor.) . „ ♦ j . 1 u 1 1 u 
^* AlNTIOX-Y (to l.V A P oll ° seated t0 '• on omphalos, hold- 
ing arrow and bow. Barbarous fabric. — Drachm. 


3-97 








(F. Greenspan, 1901.) 


7891 
PI. 288 


135-3 


JE 19 


Head of Antiochus IV. to r. } radiate : border of dots. 

BAIIAEOI , , , x 
p, ANTIOXOY (n d0 ™ rds )- 
*" OEOY n , , n 

Eni4>AN0Y2 (Ld0WnWards) ' 


8.77 



733 — 



SYRIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7892 
PI. 288 



7893 

PI. 288 



7894 



7895 

PI. 288 



"7 

71.58 



JE 20 



7896 

PI. 288 



533 

34.52 



^34 



256 
76\~5~8 



JE26 



"7 
7.58 



JE 20 



263.8 
17.09 



^.27 



Zeus standing to 1., himation over shoulder, holds thunderbolt 

and sceptre ; at his feet, eagle. — Chalcous. 

(L. & L. Hamburger, 1898.) 
Cf.B.M.Cat., p. 37, no 32 ; PI. xn, 6. 

Head of Antiochus IV. to r., radiate : border of dots. 

p, BA2IAEH2 | ANTIOXOY (r. downwards) 7 ^1^1 

*" OEOY I Em+ANOYZ (L downwards)' Zeus seated to l 

on throne, holding in extended r. wreath-bearing Nike, and in 

1., sceptre ; beneath throne, PP. — Chalcous. 

B.M.Cat., p. 37, n<> 31. 



(Billoin sale, lot 792.) 



Head of Zeus to r., laureate and bearded, laurel-wreath ending in 
symbol of Osiris : border of dots. 

tj. BAXIAEH2 I ANTIOXOY (r. downwards) v , .. . , 
*" OEOY I Eni<|)ANOYZ (L downwards)' E *% k > Wlth closed 
wings, standing to r. on thunderbolt. — Pentechalcous. 

(Montagu sale, 1894; lot 359.) 
Cf.B.M.Cat., p. 38, n° 42 (PI. xn, 11). 
Babelon, PI. xm, 15. 

Bust of Isis to r., wearing corn-wreath ending above in headdress 
of 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. 

Head of Antiochus IV. to r., radiate ; border of dots. 

^6. Similar type. — 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). 

Head of Antiochus V. diademed, to r. : fillet border. 



— 734 



SYRIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








„ BAIIAEHI (r. downwards) , ked b f w 
^ ANTIOXOYO- downwards) ? ' J 








draped over r. thigh, seated to I. on omphalos, holding in extend- 








ed r., arrow and resting 1. on bow behind him ; in field to 1., 








outside inscription, tripod; in ex., ±. — Tetradrachm. 








(Whittall sale, 1884.) 








Newell, The Seleucid Mint of Antioch, p. 18, n° 46 (PI. ill). 








Jameson Cat., n° 1683. 








Mionnet, V, p. 24, n° 113. 


7896 A 
PI. 288 


255.6 


^31 


Head of Antiochus V. to r., diademed : fillet border. 

BAIIAEfll (r. downwards) 
^6. ANTIOXOY (1- downwards). Zeus Olympios enthroned to 


16.56 














EYnATOPOI (in ex.). 








r., naked to waist, end of chlamys over 1. shoulder, both legs 








parallel, holding wreath-bearing Nike in outstretched r. ; in field 








to 1., outside inscr., A. — Tetradrachm. 








(W. S. Lincoln.) 








B.M.Cat., p. 44, n° 3 (PI. xm, 14). 








Newell, p. 33, n° 74 (PI. iv). 








Ti march us. 








(B.C. 162). 


7897 
PI . 288 


520 


^34 


Head of Timarchus to r., diademed : bevelled edge. 

g, [BA]2IAEnilM]ErAAOYrr. downwards} NJk , 
*" |TI]MAPX[OY] (I- downwards)' Nlke standin S t0 


33.69 








1. with wreath and palm. — Tetrachalcous. 








(Macridi Pacha, 1893.) 








B.M.Cat., p. 50, no 3 (PI. xv, 3). 








Demetrius I., Soter. 








(B.C. 162-150). 


7898 
PI. 289 


257.7 


^33 


Head of Demetrius I. to r., diademed, in laurel-wreath. 

r>, BAZIAEHI (r. downwards) ^ , , , . . 
*" AHMHTPIOY(l. downwards)' Tychc, naked to waist, seated 


16.70 








to 1. on throne supported by winged female monster, holds sceptre 



— 735 



SYRIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








in outstretched r. and cornucopiae in 1. ; in field to 1., outside 








inscr., ±. — Tetradrachm. 

(W. S. Lincoln.) 
Cf.B.M.Cat., p. 44, n° 32. 
Obv. as Newell, PI. v, 79 ; rev. n°83. 


7899 
PI. 289 


6l .9 


iRi7 


Head of Demetrius I. to r., diademed : fillet border. 


4.OI 








BAZIAEHZ (r. downwards) 
fyL. AHMHTPIOYG- downwards). Apollo, seated to 1. on om- 














ZHTHPOZ (in ex.) 








phalos, holding arrow in r. and resting 1. on bow ; in field to 1., 








outside inscr., AZP GEO ; to r. (J>IAin : border of dots. — 








Drachm: 

(Osman Noury Bey, 1903.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 45, n» 2 (PI. xiv, 5). 
Bab., p. 97, n° 757 (PI. xvi, 16). 


79OO 
PI. 289 


62 


iRi7 


Head of Demetrius I. to r., diademed : fillet border. 


4.OI 






T), BAZIAEQZ (r. downwards) n 

*" AHMHTPIOYlinTHPOXO- downwards}" Cornucopiae ; 








below, PS] A/— AIP. — Drachm. 








(Kelekian, 1897.) 








B.M.Cat., p. 47, n° 41. 








Newell, p. 42, n° 121. 








Macdonald, Hunter Cat., Ill, p. 57, n° 25. 


7901 

PI. 289 


258 


^30 


Head of Demetrius I. to r., diademed : laurel-wreath border. 


16.71 






■d. BAZIAEHZ (r. downwards) r\ a c c 
*" AHMHTPIOY I xnTHPOZO- downward^ Dmped figure of 








Tyche seated to 1. on throne, the back leg of which is in the form 








of a winged monster with body ending in two scrolls. ; Tyche 








holds short sceptre in extended r. and cornucopiae in 1. ; on 1., 








outside inscr., W and W ; in ex., HNP(=i"54). — Tetradrachm. 








(W. T. Ready ; ex. Thomas sale.) 








Newell, p. 40, n° 104. 








Cf.B.M.Cat., n° 13. 








Macdonald, Hunter Cat., Ill, p. 57, n° 18. 



736 



SYRIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


7902 
PI. 289 


92 


JE 20 


Head of Demetrius I. to r., diademed : border of dots. 

BAIIAEHI 
I£. AHMHTPIOY . Hinder part of galley to 1. ; above, date LHNP 
TYPIflN 
(= 158) ; below, 9r S : border of dots. 


5.96 








(Montagu sale, 1894; lot 359.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 48, n° 46 (PI. xiv, 7). 
Mionnet V, p. 46, n° 396. 


7903 
PI. 289 


52 


JE 17 

Serrated 
edge. 


Head of bridled horse to 1. : border of dots. 

*• A B HM^TP?0V Ele P hint ' Shei,dt0r - 

(O. Noury Bey, 1903.) 

B.M.Cat., p. 49, n° 60 (PI. xiv, 15). 


3-37 








Alexander I (Bala). 








(Circ. B.C. 150-145). 


7904 
PI. 289 


255-7 


^29 


Head of Alexander I. to r., diademed : fillet border. 

U, BAIIAEHZ I AAEZANAPOY (r. downwards) y , , 

y- OEOnATOPOI ! EYEPrETOY(l- downwards)* Zeus ' naked 

to waist, except for one end of chlamys over 1. shoulder, seated 

to I. on throne without back, holds wreath-bearing Nike r. crown- 


16.57 








ing him, 1. resting on sceptre ; on 1. between figure and inscr. 
A ; outside inscr. <J) ; in ex. EZP (= 147 B . C). — Tetradrachm- 

(W. S. Lincoln.) 


7905 

PI . 289 


61.8 


iKi8 


Head of Alexander I. to r., diademed : border of dots. 

w BAIIAEHI 1 AAEZANAPOY (r. downwards) . „ 
^ OEOnATOPOI I EYEPrETOY (1- downwards)' A P 0ll ° seat " 
ed to 1. on omphalos, holding arrow in outstretched r. and rest- 


4.00 








ing 1. on bow; outside inscription to 1., cornucopiae; in ex., 
TZP = (149 B.C.) 0. —Drachm. 

(Osman Noury Bey, 1904.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 52, no 17 (PI. xvi, 2). 
Newell, p. 47, no 138. 
Bab. p. in, n° 874. 



— 737 



SYRIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


7906 
PI. 289 


64.4 


;Ri7 


Head of Alexander I. tor., diademed : border of dots. 

^ [BJAIIAEni I AAEZANAPOY (r. downwards) A „ 

**" OEOnATOPOI 1 EYEPrETOYO- downwards) 1 A P 01i0 seat " 


4.17 








ed to 1. on omphalos, holding arrow and bow; in field to 1., 








outside inscr., A ; in ex., ft. — Drachm. 








(W. T. Ready.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 53, n° 25. 








Newell, p. j 1, n° 172. 








Macdonald, Hunter Cat., n° 10. 


7907 
PI. 289 


62.9 


;Ri9 


Similar. 

tyL. Similar; but in ex., fcsj<. — Drachm. 


4.08 








(W. S. Lincoln.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 53, n° 26. 








Newell, p. 57, n° 178. 








Bab., p. 102, no 796. 


7908 
PI. 289 


255 


^30 


Head of Alexander I. to r., diademed : fillet border. 

p, BA2IAEH2 I AAEZANAPOY (r. downwards) - , , 
*" OEODATOPOI | EYEPrETOYO- downwards)' ^ eus ' nakea 


16.52 








to waist, with one end of chlamys over 1. shoulder, seated to 1. 








on throne with back, holding in extended r. wreath-bearing Nike 








crowning him. ; — Tetradrachm. 








(D. Kelekian, 1895.) 
Cf. Newell, p. 51, PI. vm, 170. 








Cf. Macdonald, Hunter Cat., Ill, PI. lxvii, 9. 


7909 
PI. 289 


96 


JE 20 


Head of Alexander I. to r., in lion-skin : border of dots. 

t>, BA2IAEH2 (r. downwards) A ,, , , _ A . „ , 

KL. . . lllinrtw >, 1 ,<. Apollo, naked, standing to 1., 

AAEZANAPOY (1. downwards) r * > 0. ■ » 


6.22 








holding arrow and bow; in field to 1., outside inscr., trident; in 








ex., PnI. Central hole. — Chalcous. 








(Montagu sale, 1894 ; lot 359.) 








B.M.Cat., p. 55, no 49. 


7910 
PI. 289 


IO9 


iR.23 


Head of Alexander I. to r., diademed : border of dots. 

^" AAEZANAPOY (to L)* Eagle standin g tol., with palm-branch 


7.06 



738- 



SYRIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION' 



7911 


217.3 


PI. 289 


14.08 


7912 


216.4 


PI. 289 


14.02 


7913 
PI. 289 


219 


14.19 


7914 
PI. 289 


243.3 


15-77 



iR26 



/K29 



JR. 26 



A27 



over shoulder ; in field to I., AZP (= year 148); to r., UAH and 

aplustre : border of dots. — Phoen. Didrachm (Sidon). 

(Myrsa Yousut Khan, 1903.) 
Babelon, Rots de Syr ie, p. 114, 110894 (PI. xvm, 11). 

Head of Alexander I. to r., diademed : border of dots. 

tyL. AAEZANAPOY BAIiAEHI (from 1. upwards). Eagle standing 

to 1., with palm-branch behind it ; in field to r., 2IAH and 

aplustre; in field 1., CZP (= 146 B.C.) : border of dots. — 

Phoen. Tetradrachm. 

(Trist sale, 1895 ; lot 197.) 
Macdonald, Hunter Cat., Ill, PI. lxvii, 16. 

Head of Alexander I. to r., diademed : border of dots. 

fy. AAEZANAPOY BAZIAEHI. Eagle with closed wings to 1., 

standing on palm-branch ; in field to 1., TZP (= 149 B.C.) and 

>fk ; to r., trident : border oi dots. — Phoen. Tetradrachm. 

(W. T. Ready, 1892 ; from Thomas sale.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 51, n° 5. 
Bab., p. 114, no 890 (PI. xvm, 10). 

Head of Alexander I., to r., diademed, wearing chlamys round 
neck : border of dots. 

fy. AAEZANAPOY BAIIAEOI. Eagle with closed wings to 1., stand- 
ing on beak of galley ; over his shoulder, palm ; in field to 1., 
Tyrian monogram on club; to r. TZP (= 149 B.C.) KP I : 

border of dots. — Phoen. Tetradrachm. 

(May, 1908.) 
B.M.Lat., p. 51, n° 1. 

Demetrius II (Nicator). 

First Reign . 

(B.C. 146-144). 

Head of Demetrius II. tor., diademed : fillet border. 

^ BA2IAEH2 | AHMHTPIOY (r. downwards) T , 

*" 4>IAAAEA(t>OY I NIKATOPOlG- downwards)' iyche > com " 



739 



93 



SYRIA 



No 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








pletely draped, seated to 1. on throne supported by winged female 








monster ; she holds sceptre in r. and cornucopiae in 1. ; in ex., 

7t. — Tetradrachm . 

(W. Webster.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 60, n° 18 (PI. xvm, 2). 

Cf. Bab., PI. xix, 3. 


7915 
PI. 290 


253 


iR.29 


Head of Demetrius II. to r., diademed : fillet border. 

p. BA2IAEQI i AHMHTPIOY fr.downwards) . ,, 
^" OEOY | 4>IAAAEA<|>0Y I NIKATOPOlO-downwards)' p ° 
naked but for chlamys on r. thigh, seated to 1. on omphalos, 
holding arrow in extended r. and resting 1. on bow; on 1., be- 


I.639 








tween figure and inscription, M ; in ex., IIP (= 145 B.C.) H". 

— Attic Tetradrachm. 

(Bunbury sale, 1896 ; lot 525.) 
Newell, p. 57, n° 196. 
Babelon, Rois de Syrie, n° 951. 








Antiochus VI. (Dionysus). 








(B.C. 144-142). 


7916 
PI. 290 


255 


.R31 


Head of Antiochus VI. to r., diademed and radiate : fillet border. 

*• cmi'^vJ tTSSSSL ffi£& TheDioscuri,withcouch- 
^ Eni(J)ANOYI | AI0NY20Y (below) 

ed spears, flying mantles, star-surmounted pilei, galloping to 1. ; 

the whole in wreath composed of barley, oak and lily ; behind 

riders, TPY and K; beneath horses, HEP (=B.C. 144); infield 


16.52 








to 1., thyrsos. — Attic Tetradrachm. 

(D. Kelekian, 1892.) 
Newell, p. 62, n° 220. 
Babelon, Rois de Syrie, PI. xx, 7 ; n° 988. 


7917 
PI. 290 


123.5 


JE 19 


Head of Antiochus VI. to r., diademed and radiate : border of dots. 

BAZIAEHI 

*" Eni^OYl- Am P hora I t0 r '' Palm-branch ; below, H ; 
AIONYIOY 


8.00 



740 — 



SYRIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








countermark & (?) ; in field to 1. a palm-branch incuse. — Chal- 








cous. 








(O. Noury Bey, 1902.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., lor type PL xix, 9. 








Tryphon. 








(B.C. 142-138). 


7918 
PL 290 


62.5 


^17 


Head of Tryphon to r., diademed : border of dots. 

R, BAIIAEm I TPY<J>nNOZ(to r.) I? . ,. , A x . , . 
*" AYTOKPATOPOI (to 1.)' RlchI ? chased Ma < edonian 


4.05 








helmet to 1., with spike, large ibex horn in front, cheek guards 








and taenia; on 1., beneath helmet 1. |-p|. — Attic Drachm. 








(Bunbury sale, 1896; lot 534.) 








Newell, p. 72, n° 267 (PL ix). 








MacJonald, Hunter Cat., n° 2. 


7919 
PI. 290 


81 


JE 19 


Head of Tryphon to r., diademed : border of dots. 

BAIIAEH2 , . 
?,L. TPY(J)nNOI ' } ' 


5-25 














AYTOKPATOPOI (to 1.). Spiked helmet ; in field, to 1., 








pilei of Dioscuri. Central hole. Bevelled edge. — Chalcous. 








(Montagu sale, 1894.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 69, n° 15. 








Antiochus VII. (Euergetes). 








(B.C. 138-129). 


7920 


249.7 


^31 


Head of Antiochus VII. to r., diademed : fillet border. 


PL 290 


16.18 




r,, BA2IAEHI 1 ANTIOXOY(tor.) .. . . ^ , , ,. 
^" EYEPrETOY (to l.)" Athene » helmeted » standing 

to 1., with wreath-bearing Nike in outstretched r., resting 1. on 

shield adorned with Medusa head, and holding spear ; beneath 

Nike, A | n : the whole in laurel-wreath. — Tetradrachm. 

(Kelekian, 1892.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 72, n° 33. 

Newell, p. 75, n° 281. 

Bab., p. 149, n os 1149-1150. 


7921 
PL 290 


252.8 


iR29 


Similar. 


16.38 



— 74 1 



SYRIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7922 
PI- 290 



60 
3.88 



A 18 



7923 
PI. 290 



243-6 
15-79 



^29 



7924 
PI. 290 



212.6 
7T78 



^29 



^L. Similar; beneath Nike, B | A. — Tetradrachm 

B.M.Cat., p. 72, n° 36. 

Newell, p. 79, n° 313. 

Macdonald, Hunter Cat., n° 4. 



(W. S. Lincoln.) 



Head of Antiochus VII. to r., diademed : fillet border. 

u, BAIIAEHI I ANTIOXOY(to r.) xri , . BtAl . , , 
™' EYEPrETOY (to 1.V Nlke advancin g t0 L > holds 

wreath in outstretched r. and gathered drapery in 1. ; on 1., 

outside inscr., A. — Attic Drachm. 

(Criona, Constantinople, 1891.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., n° 40. 

Demetrius II. 

Second Reign. 
(B.C. 129-125). 

Head of Demetrius II. to r., bearded and diademed : fillet border. 

p , BAIIAEHI 1 AHMHTPIOY(tor.) » a , , . m . 

*' OEOY I NIKATOPOI (to l.J" ZeuS ' naked t0 WaiSt > 

enthroned to 1., holding wreath-bearing Nike in r., and resting 

1. on sceptre ; on I., outside inscription, I; beneath throne, O. 

— Tetradrachm. 

(W. S. Lincoln.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 77, no 17. 

Newell, p. 82, n° 320 (PI. x). 
Bab., p. 157, no 1212. 

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

Head of Demetrius II. to r., diademed, beardless, wearing chlamys 
about neck : border of dots. 

fy. BA2IAEOI AHMHTPIOY (fromr. downwards). Eagle standing 
to 1. on beak of galley ; wings closed ; behind palm ; in field 1. 

and Tyrian monogram on club; in field to r. A£ and date, 

EnP (= 127 B.C.); between legs, IY1 : border of dots. — Tetra- 
drachm. 

(W. S. Lincoln.) 



742 



SYRIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Alexander II (Zebina). 
(B.C. 128-123). 


7925 
PI. 290 


239 


iR22 


Head of Alexander II. to r., diademed : fillet border. 

t>, BAIIAEfll (to r.) 7 , , . . , , c 
RL. . „ 1U1 „^ w >. 1 <. Zeus, naked to waist, with one end of 
^ AAE^ANAPOY(to 1.) 


15.48 








chlamys falling over 1. shoulder, seated on throne to 1., holding 








wreath-bearing Nike 1. in outstreched r. hand and resting 1. on 








sceptre ; on 1., outside inscr., Kf ; beneath throne, B. — Attic 








Tetradrachm. 








(Rollin & Feuardent.) 
Ct. Newell, p. 86. 








Regency of Cleopatra for Antiochus VIII. 








(B.C. 122-120). 


7926 
PI. 290 


246.6 


^R.28 


Draped bust of Cleopatra wearing Stephanos to r., in front of dia- 
demed head of Antiochus VIII : fillet border. 


15.98 








D , OEAI BAIIAIIIHI I KAEOnATPAI (to r.) 7 . . 
*" KAI I BAIIAEfll I ANTIOXOY (to 1.)' Zeus > naked to 














waist, enthroned to l.,holdingwreath-bearingNikein outstretched 








r. and resting 1. on sceptre ; in field to 1., outside inscr., £. — 








Tetradrachm. 








(W. Webster.) 








B.M.Cat., p. 86, n° 6 (PI. xxm, 3). 








Antiochus VIII (Grypus). 








(Circ. B.C. 120-96). 


7927 
PI. 290 


252.6 


^27 


Head of Antiochus VIII. to r., diademed : fillet border. 

D , BAIIAEfll | ANTIOXOY (to r.) 7 TT , , 
*■ Eni(t)ANOYI (to I.)" Zeus Uramus > naked t0 


16.37 








waist but for one end of chlamys falling over 1. shoulder, stand- 








ing to 1., head adorned with crescent, holds star in outstretched 








r., left resting on sceptre; the whole enclosed in laurel-wreath ; 








on 1., outside inscr., A and \£P. — Attic Tetradrachm. 








(W. S. Lincoln.) 



— 743 — 



SYRIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


7928 
PI. 290 


249.2 


^28 


Head of Antiochus VIII. to r., diademed : fillet border. 

*• BA2iA SN A oy T r oY S& *•* -« ■""* «* 

to 1., holding wreath-bearing Nike in outstretched r., and resting 

1. on sceptre ; on 1., outside inscr., 1 | A ; beneath throne, A : 

the whole in laurel-wreath. — Tetradrachm. 

(Sotheby sale, 1880.) 
Newell, p. 105, n° 405 (PI. xn). 
Macdonald, Hunter Cat., Ill, PI. lxix, 20. 


16.15 


7929 
PI. 290 


253 
16.39 


J&29 


Head ol Antiochus VIII. to r., diademed : fillet border. 

r>, BAIIAEH2 1 ANTIOXOY(tor.) D fC , —, * 

*" Eni4>ANOYI (to I.)" P y fe of Sandan ( Tarsus ) ^ 

in field to 1., outside inscr. *E and NE. — Attic Tetradrachm. 

(J. P. Lambros, 1895.) 
Cf. Babelon, Rois de Syrie, n° 1426. 

Antiochus IX (Cyzicenus). 
(Circ. B.C. 116-95). 


7930 
PI. 291 


251.8 


iR28 


Head of Antiochus IX. to r., with slight beard, and diademed : 
fillet border. 


16.32 








*• BAll Sl^2° r & A.'-, helped, standing 
to 1., holding in outstretched r. wreath-bearing Nike 1., and in 
1. spear which is resting on shield : the whole surrounded by 
laurel-wreath; on 1., outside inscr., A and A; on r., between 

figure and inscr. N. — Attic Tetradrachm. 

(W. J. Webster.) 
Cf.B.M.Cat., n° 11. 
Cf. Newell, p. 101 sqq. 


793 l 
PI. 291 


251 


^28 


Head of Antiochus IX. to r., diademed and beardless : fillet border. 

p, BA2IAEQ2 I ANTIOXOY(tor.) 7 . . . ■ 
W" a.. *~„ 1T ~„~,- /. 1 v Zeus, naked to waist, en- 
^ (J)IAOnATOPOI (to 1.) ' 

throned to 1., holds in extended r. wreath-bearing Nike, 1. resting 
on sceptre; on 1., outside inscription, A \ A; beneath throne, 


16.26 



744 



SYRIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7932 
PI. 291 



7933 
Pi. 291 



7934 
PI. 291 



254 
16.46 



^30 



60 
3.88 



.fCi7 



252 
16.33 



^27 



A ; on 1. between figure and inscr., H : the whole in laurel- 
wreath. — Tetradrachm. 

(D. Kelekian, 1899.) 
Newell, p. 108, n° 415. 
B.M.Cat., p. 91, n° 5 (PI. xxv, 1). 



Head of Antiochus IX. to r., diademed, with slight beard : fillet 
border. 

^ BAIIAEHI i ANTIOXOYfto r.) f & ^ ^ ^ 

^ 4>IAOnATOPOI (to I.) J v J ■ 

in field to 1., outside inscr. A/ and l\€. -- Tetradrachm. 

(J. P. Lambros, 1895.) 



Head of Antiochus IX. to r., diademed, and beardless : fillet border. 

r>, [BA]2IAEHZ I ANTIOXOYfto r.) c , # v u 

*%-• a. ~„..L-~„~w /. 1 v Sandan to r. on lion : bow 

^ 4>IAOnATOPOY (to 1.) 

and quiver at shoulder; in field to 1., outside inscr., two mono- 
grams, the upper one H, the lower, [~P. — Drachm. 

(W. T. Ready, 1897.) 
Cf. Babelon, Rois Je Syrie, PI. xxvi, 13. 
Cf. Num. Chron., ser. IV, vol. XIX, PI. xi, 4. 

Seleucus VI. 

(B.C. 95-94)- 

Head of Seleucus VI. to r., diademed : fillet border. 

D , BAZIAEHI I IEAEYKOY (to r.) 7 , A „ 

*" ETTlcfrANOYI ! NIKATOPOl(to l.J- Zeus ' naked to waist ' 
enthroned to 1., holds in extended r. wreath-bearing Nike, 1. 
resting on sceptre ; on 1., outside inscr., £ over A; beneath 
throne, C : the whole surrounded by laurel-wreath. — Tetra- 
drachm. 

(Bunbury sale, 1896; lot 585.) 
Newell, p. 1 1 1, n° 424 (PI. xn). 
Cf. Babelon, PI. xxvn, 1 ; n° 151 1. 



745 



SYRIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Antiochus X (Eusebes). 
(B.C. 94-92). 


7935 
Pi. 291 


231.2 


^27 


Head of Antiochus X. to r., diademed : fillet border. 

^ BA2IAEH2 I ANTIOXOY (to r.) 7 , , 
*" EYIEBOY[I] I (MAOnATOPtOI, 1 (to 1.)- Leus > naked to 

waist, enthroned to 1., holding wreath-bearing Nike in outstretch- 
ed r., and resting 1. on sceptre ; letters on 1. out of field ; 
beneath throne,-* : the whole within laurel-wreath. — Tetra- 

drachm . 

(Kelekian, 1893.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 97, n° 1. 
Newell, p. 113, n° 429 (PI. xm). 


14.98 


7936 
Pi. 291 


113 


JE19 


Head of Antiochus X. to r., diademed and slightly bearded : bord- 
er of dots. 


7.32 








BAIIAEH2 , v 
«, ANTIOXOY k ; ' 
*" EY2EB0YI 

<J)IAOriATOP[02](to I.). Pilei of the Dioscuri, with straps, 

laureated, and surmounted by stars; in field to 1. ^. — Chalcous. 

(A. O. van Lennep, 1894.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 97, n° 5 (PI. xxvi, 2). 








Tigranes I of Armenia. 








Rule in Antioch. 








(B.C. 83-69). 


7937 
Pi. 291 


247.7 


J&26 


Bust of Tigranes to r., in Armenian tiara, on the side of which, 
star between two eagles : fillet border. 


16.05 








* • WPANOY £0 \]' Tyche ° f Anti ° ch ' draped ' Wearbg mUrd 

crown, seated to r. on rock; holds in r., palm; at her feet swims 

the river Orontes, horned and crowned with reeds ; in field, to 

r. /? : the whole in laurel-wreath. — Tetradrachm. 

(W. S. Lincoln.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 103, n° 5. 



— 746 — 



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. 

D r Head has divided the coinage of the whole region between the Euphrates and the Sea into 
twelve Districts, in the order adopted by Eckhel : 

I. COMMAGENE. 
[I. CYRRHESTICA. 

III. CHALCIDICE. 

IV. PALMYRENE. 

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



— 747 — 

94 



SYRIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








I. COMMAGENE. 








(a). Kings of Commagene. 

Antiochus IV, Epiphanes. 
A. D. 38-72. 


7938 
PI. 291 


30) 


jE 25 


BA2IAEY2 MEANTIOXOI. Bust of Antiochus IV. to r., beard- 
less, wearing diadem : border of dots. 


19.76 








T$L. KOMMArHNflN. Scorpion ; inscription and type in plain 
circle ; the whole in laurel-wreath : border of dots. 








(Hannover, 1882.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 106, n° 1 (PI. xiv, 9). 
Mionnet, S. VIII, p. 100, n° 3. 








Jotape, wife of Antiochus IV. 


7939 
Pi. 291 


240 


JE 26 


BA2IA [I22A IflTAnH] 0IAAAEAO 02. Bust of Queen Jotape to 
r., diademed and draped : border of dots. 


15-55 








T$L. KOMMArHNHN. Scorpion within laurel-wreath : border of 

dots. 

Babelon, PI. xxx, 14. 
B.M.Cat., Galatia &c, p. 109, n° 1 (PI. xv, 4). 








Epiphanes and Callinicus. 








Circ. A.D.72. 


7940 
Pi. 291 


121 


JE 20 


[BAjCIAEHC [YIOI] (in ex.). Two youthful horsemen (Epiphanes 
and Callinicus), each wearing chlamys, riding tol. : border of dots. 


7.84 








^6. KOMMArHNflN. Capricorn to r. ; above, star; beneath, anchor; 
the whole in laurel-wreath : border of dots. 

(O. Noury Bey, 1905.) 
B.M.Cat., p. no, n° 7. 


794 1 
PI. 291 


109 


JE 18 


Similar ; only top part of ex. inscr. visible. 

T$L. Similar. 

(Billoin sale, Paris, 1886.) 
Cf. Mionnet, V, p. 1 32, n° 23. 


7.06 



- 748 - 



SYRIA 



No. 


Wt 


Metal 
Size. 


DKSCRIPTION - 








(b). Cities. 








Samosata. 








(Samsat). 








On the Euphrates, the capital of the Kings of Cotnmagene. 








hi 1 peri al Coinage. 








Hadrian. 


7942 


73 


fii 19 


AAPIANOC [C€BACTOC]. Bust of Hadrian to r., laureate, wearing 


PI. 291 


4-73 




cuirass and paludamentum. 
OAA 

KOM 

(W.T. Ready, 1899.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 118, no 20 (PI. XVI, 8). 

Philip Senior. 


7943 


297 


/E 33 


AVTOK K M IOVAI u , rn, ,• c • . 1 

. Bust ot Philip Senior to r., laureate, wearing 


Pi. 291 


19.24 




cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 

fy. OACAMOCAT6CONMH TPOnOA KOM. Turreted female figure 

(the Tyche of Samosata), seated to 1. on rock ; beneath, Pegasos 

running: to 1. ; in field 1., Al : border of dots. 

(N.Dimitriou, 1893.) 
Cf. type B.M.Cat., p. 121, n°« 44-S2. 

Zeugma. 

On the right hank oj the Euphrates, opposite Apameia, both cities 
founded by Seleucus I and connected by a bridge of boats (H. N. } p. 776). 

Imperial Coinage. 
Marcus Aurelius. 


7944 
PI. 291 


127 


JE 20 


. .AY- 0- Head of M. Aurelius to r., radiate : border of dots. 
Z€VrMA 


8.23 








1^" T€GON within laurel-wreath. 








r 

(Simpson sale, Edinburgh, 1887.) 








B.M.Cat., p. 125, n° 16. 








Cf. Mionnet, S. VIII, p. 98, n° 74. 



— 749 — 



SYRIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Lucius Verus. 


7945 
PI. 291 


120 


JE 20 


Legend indistinct. Head of L. Verus to r., laureate. 
Z€YrMA 


7-77 








!£• T€CON within laurel- wreath. 

A 

(Rollin & Feuardent.) 

Cf. B.M.Cat., PI. xvi, 12 (I£. with A)- 
Philip Senior. 


7946 
PI. 291 


230 


iE28 


AVTOKKMIOVAI OlAinnOC C€B. Bust of Philip Sen. to r., laur- 
eate, wearing cuirass and patudamentum : border of dots. 


14.90 








tyL. x€VTM AT6HN. Tetrastyle temple, with peribolos contain- 








ing grove, and having on r. and 1. colonnade, and in front a por- 








tico of two storeys; in ex., Capricorn to 1. : border of dots. 








(Greospan, 1901.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 127, no 29 (PI. xvi, 13). 








Mionnet, V, p. 127, n° 102. 
Otacilia Severa. 


7947 


234 


JE2S 


MAPHTAKIA C60VAPAN C€B. Bust of Otacilia to r., wearing ste- 

phane ; crescent at shoulder. 


15. 16 








J$L. s€VrM AT€ON- Temple, as on last coin; in ex., Capricorn to 

r. : border of dots. 

B.M.Cat., p. 128, n° 33. 

II. CYRRHESTICA. 

Beroea. 

New Aleppo (Haleb). 

Imperial Coinage. 
Trajan. 


7948 
PI. 292 


160 


JE23 


AVTOK P KAI NEP TPAIANOC APICT C€B T€PM AAK nAP0- 

Head of Trajan to r., laureate : border of dots. 


10.36 



— 750 — 



SYRIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION' 



B€POI 
^- AICON within laurel-wreath : border of dots. 

r 

(W.S.Lincoln, 1888.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 131, n° 7 (PI. xvn, 1). 



7950 
PI. 292 



7951 
PI. 292 



7949 J 188 
PI. 292 12. 1 { 



219 fiL 27 



14.19 



240 
15-55 



^28 



Ael 



1US. 



JE 25 I A- AIAIOC KAICAP. Head of Aelius to r., bare. Tooled. 



$L. BE ,^ within laurel-wreath. 
AliiN 



(Edinburgh sale, 1887.) 



Cf. Mionnet, S. VIII, p. 108, n° 25. 

Hieropolis. 

Originally Bambyce, now Mcmbij. Changed to Hieropolis by Seleucus 
Nicator, wlv built there a nau temple for Atargatis (Astarte), the great 
goddess of the city. (H.N., p. 777). 

Imperial Coinage. 
Caracal la. 

AVT KMAPKOC AVPHA ANTfl [NINOC C€B]. Bust of Caracalla to 
r., bearded and laureate, wearing cuirass and paludamentum. 

l$L. [0€AC CVPIACl l€POnOAITflN. Atargatis, wearing chiton and 

peplos, seated to r. on throne, on each side of which, lion to r. ; 

she holds in 1. tympanum : border of dots. 

(R.Serrure, Paris, 1894.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 144, n° 51 (PI. xvn, 15). 
Mionnet, V, p. 141, n° 51. 

Severus Alexander. 

[AVT]KAIMAP AVP C6 AA6IANAPOC C • . Bust of Severus Alex- 
ander to r., wearing radiate crown, paludamentum and cuirass. 

fy. 0€AC CVPIAC l€POnOAIT[CON]. Atargatis, wearing tall head- 
dress, chiton and peplos, seated to r. on throne, on either side 
of which is a lion ; she holds in 1. tympanum ; her r. elbow rests 
on side of throne : border of dots. 

Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 145, n° 55. 



— 751 — 



SYRIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7952 
PI. 292 



7953 
Pi. 292 



185 



11.98 



157 



10.17 



7954 
PI. 292 



JE 22 



JE 24 






53 - 5 



3-47 



JE 16 



III. CHALCIDICE: 

Chalcis. 

(Kinnesrin). 

Near Beroea (Aleppo). 

Imperial Coinage. 
Trajan. 

Bust of Trajan to r., laureate, wearing paludamentum and cuirass. 

OAXAA 

fy- KIA6G0N within laurel- wreath. 

A 

(Edinburgh sale, 1887.) 

Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 147, no 1 (PI. xvm, 1). 

Lucius Verus. 

• • AVPHAIOC OYH- • • Bust of Lucius Verus to r., laureate. 

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. 

No coin of this District in the Weber Collection. 

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. 

Head of theTyche of Antioch to r., wearing veil andturreted head- 
dress : border of dots. 



752 



SYRIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION' 








I£. [AjNTIOXEflN (r.) MHTPOnOAE[ni] (1.) Tripod ; date 








effaced . 

(Edinburgh sale, 1887.) 
Cf. B M.Cat., p. 156, no 59. 


7955 
Pi. 292 


148.5 


JE 23 


Head of Zeus to r., laureate : border of dots. 

ANTIOXEON 
!$£.. THZ (indistinct). Zeus, wearing himation about 


9.62 








MHTPOnOAEfll 








lower limbs, seated to 1. on throne ; holds in r. Nike ; in 1. 








sceptre; in field 1. K; in ex., HKI (228). 

(Edinburgh sale, 1887.) 
B. M.Cat., p. 1 54, no 22. 








Coins of Imperial Times. 








(a) Without heads of Emperors. 








Actian Era (B.C. 31). 


7956 
pi. 292 


90 


JE 19 


Head of Zeus to r., laureate : border of dots. 

36. ANTIOXEON Eni OYAPOY*. The Tyche of Antioch, wearing 


5.83 








turreted head-dress, chiton and peplos, seated to r. on rock ; 
holds in r., palm-branch ; at her feet, river-god Orontes, swimm- 
ing; in field to r., ZK (27) : border of dots. 
* P. Quintilius Sex. F. Varus, Legaius of Syria, B.C. 7-4. 

(Edinburgh sale, 1887.) 
B. M.Cat., p. 159, n° 57. 

Caesarian Era beginning (at Antioch) B.C. 49. 


7957 
PI. 292 


57 


JE 16 


Female head to r. (Artemis), wearing stephane : border ot dots. 
fyL. ANTIOX EHNAP (104). Laurel-branch : border of dots. 


3.69 








(Neligan sale, 1881.) 
B. M.Cat., p. 160, n° 71 (PI. xix, 7). 


7958 
Pi. 292 


55 


JE 16 


Similar. 

IJC. Similar ; date OP (100V 

(Neligan sale, 1881.) 


3.56 



753 — 



SYRIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 




7959 
Pi . 292 


84 


JE 20 


ANTIOXEflN. Head of the Tyche of Antioch to r., wearing veil 
and turreted head-dress : border of dots. 




5-44 










T$L. EniKOYAAPATOY*. Ram running to r., looking back; above, 










crescent and star ; beneath, ETEP (105). 










* C. Ummidius Durmius Quadratus, Legatus of Syria, A.D.$i-6o. 










(W.S.Lincoln, 1886.) 










B.M.Cat., p. 160, n° 74 (PI. xix, 8). 




7960 
PI. 292 


80 


JE 19 


Similar. 

tyL. Lighted altar garlanded ; in ex., ET A[P] (104): border of dots. 




5.18 










(Smyrna, 1891.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 161, no 76 (PI. xix, 9). 










Mionnet, 5. VIII, p. 128, n° 29. 




7961 


4 r 


JE 15 


Similar. 

J$L. Similar ; date indistinct. 




2.65 










(Neligan sale, 1881.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 161, n° 79. 




7962 
Pi. 292 


62.5 


JE 16 


Head of Artemis to r., wearing stephane : border of dots. 
fy. ANTIOXE ETHP (108). Lyre : border of dots. 




4.05 










(Neligan sale, 1881.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 161, n° 80 (PI. xix, 10). 










BRONZE. 










Caesarian Era. 




7963 
Pi. 292 


35 5 


JE 16 


ANTI QX6G0N MHTPOnOA€C0C Head of Apollo to 1., laureate : 
border of dots. 




2.30 










T$L. 6T0VC ASPI (194). Caduceus, winged : border of dots. 










(Neligan sale, 1881.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 165, n° 122 (but diff. date). 










(b). With heads of Emperors. 










Augustus. 




7964 
Pi. 292 


121 


JE 22 


KAI2API [lEBAZTfl] APXIEPEI. Head of Augustus to r., laureate: 
border of dots. 




7.84 





754 — 



SYRIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DKSCRII'TION' 



796$ 

PI. 292 



146 

9.46 



.£2* 



7966 
PI. 292 



240 

1555 



JE 30 



7967 
PI. 292 



210 

1 3 . 60 



^25 



APXJE 
PATIKON 
fy-- ANTIO Within wreath. 

XEII 

ZK(2 7 ) 



B.M.Cat., p. 167, no 155. 



(Webster sale, 1886.) 



Tiberius. 

C6BACT0C C€BACTOV KAICAP. Head of Tiberius to r., bare : 
border of dots. 

A 

€nici 

r», AA NOV * . , . , , . 

1%.. AK1Tin 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. 



IMNERCLAV. CAESAR. Head of Nero tor., laureate; in front, 
simpulum : border of dots. 



(Sotheby sale, 1888.) 



T$L. S C in laurel-wreath : border of dots. 

B.M.Cat , p. 173, n° 179. 

Vespasian . 



AVTO-KP KAI2 OVEinAIIA. Head of Vespasian tor., laureate : 
border of dots. 

fyL. ET0V2 T lEPOV- Eagle to 1., holding wreath in beak ; wings 

open ; in field to 1., club downwards : border of dots. — 

Tetrad rachm. 

(W.S.Lincoln.) 



— 755 



95 



SYRIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7968 
PI. 293 



7969 
PI. 293 



7970 
PI. 293 



7971 
PI. 293 



360 
23 . 32 



JEy y 



■ 337 
21.83 



JE 32 



203 
13-15 



^25 



246 
r 5 -94 



Billon. 
25 



Elagabalus. 

AVT K MAV-. ANTHNINOC C€. Bust of Elagabalus to r., laur- 
eate : border of dots. 

fy. ANTIOX6HN M KOA. 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 
her feet, river-god Orontes swimming; above, ram running 1. 



looking back ; in field, 



A € 



border of dots. 



(Smyrna, 1890.) 



(Webster sale, 1886.) 



s c 

Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 206, n°46i. 

Similar; legend ending in C€€- 

^£. ANTIOX€HN M KOAH. Similar type. 

Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 206, n° 459. 
Mionnet, 5. VIII, p. 145, n° 122. 

Severus Alexander. 

AYT KM AV P C€ AA6ZANAPOC Bust of Severus Alexander to r., 
wearing radiated crown, cuirass and paludamentum : border of 
dots. 

$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, 1892.) 

Gl. B. M. Cat., p. 207, n° 470. 

Gordian III. 

AVTOKKMANT TOPAIANOC C€B- Bust of Gordian III. to r., 
laureate, wearing paludamentum and cuirass : border of dots. 

I£. AHMAPX 6ZOVCIAC; in exergue, SC. Eagle facing, head 1., 
with wreath in beak : border of dots. — Tetradrachm. 

(Originally in Gen 1 Fox Coll n .) 
B.M. Cat., p. 2ii, n° 496. 
Mionnet, V, p. 184, no 284. 



756 



SYRIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DFSC1UPTION 



Philip Senior. 

JE2S AVTOKK MIOVAOlAinnOCC€B. Bust of Philip Sen. to r., laur- 
'• 2 93 14.25 eate, wearing cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 

fy.. ANTIOX6HN MHTPOKOAHN. Female bust (the Tyche of 

Antioch) to r., draped, veiled and turreted ; above, ram running 

to r. looking back ; in field, A€ and S C ; below, star and 

crescent : border of dots. 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 214, no 524. 



7973 
PI. 293 



349 

16. 13 



Trebonianus Gallus. 

AVTOKKrOVIBTP€BrAAAOC C€B- Bust of Trebonianus Gallus 
to r., laureate, wearing paludamentum and cuirass. 

fy. ANTIOX6HN MHTPOKOAON. Tetrastyle shrine containing 
figure of the Tyche of Antioch and the Orontes ; above shrine, 
ram running to r. looking back ; in field, A€ ; in ex. S-Ci: bord- 
er of dots. 

(A.O.van Lennep, 1892.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 229, n° 653 (PI. xxvi, 4). 



7974 
PI. 293 



IO7 
6-93 



Antiocheni ad Daphnen. 

Antiochus IV, Epiphanes. 
B.C. 175-164. 

IE 21 Head of Antiochus IV. to r., radiate : border of dots. 

ANTIOXEHN 

^-. THN • Zeus, naked to waist, standing to front, 

TTPOI AA<DNHI 
head 1., holding wreath in outstretched r. ; in field 1., outside 

iuscr., An- — Chalkous. 

(Bompois and Billoin sales, Paris.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., Seleucid Kings, PI. xm, 1. 
Cf. Babelon, Rois de Syrie, PI. xiv, 6. 



757 — 



SYRIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7975 
PI. 293 



61 
3-95 



JE 17 



7976 
Pi. .93 



56 
3.62 



JE 16 



7977 
PI. 293 



198 
"12.83 



JE 25 



Similar. . 

ANTIOXEHN 

^. THN • Similar type; in field, 1., tripod, and AA. 

nP02 A-- 

Hemi-Chalkous. 

Macdonald, Hunter Cat., Ill, p. 51, n° 69. 

Apameia. 

(Kid' at el-Mudik). 

Originally called Pharnake, and then Pella ; renamed by Seleucus I 
in honour of his wife Apame. It was a regal mint-place of Antiochus IV. 
and later Seleucidan kings. (H.N., p. 780). 

First Century B.C. 

Head ofDemeterto r., wearing veil and corn-wreath. 

[AlnAMEON 
^- TH2 IEPAZ . Ear of corn between two poppy-heads on one 
[KAJI A2YAOY 

stalk ; in field, BTTI (282). 

(O.Noury Bey, 1902.) 
Cf. type B. M. Cat., PI. xxvni, 1. 
Cf. Mionnet, V, p. 221, n° 554. 

Emisa. 
(Horns). 

On the Orontes ; celebrated for its temple of Elagabalus (H.N., 
p. 780). 

Imperial Coinage. 

Julia Domna. 

IOYAIA AOMNA AVT. Bust of Julia Domna to r. : border of dots. 

I£. €MI CON K O AflNIAC Great altar (01 Elagabalus at Emisa) : 

border of dots. 

(Gen 1 Moore sale, 1889.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 238, n° 9 (PI. xxvn, 11). 
Mionnet, V, p. 228, n° 599. 



758 



SYRIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


description: 








Epiphaneia. 

On the Otolites, the Hamalhof the Old Testament ; received its Greek 
name from Antiochus IV. Epiphanes (H.N., p.781). 








Second Century B.C. 


7978 


1 10 


fc 19 


Female head (the Tyche of Epiphaneia) to r., wearing veil and tur- 


PI. 293 


7.12 




reted head-dress : border of dots. 

EnDIOANEON 
fy-. THC l€PAC • Zeus, wearing himation, seated to I., holds in 

[kJaiaiyaoy 

r. Nike, 1. hand on sceptre. 

(Macridi Pacha, 189 1.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 242, n° 1. 

Gabala. 

(Jebeleh). 
South of Laodiceia ad Mare. 

Imperial Coinage. 
Trajan. 


7979 
PI . 293 


149 


/£ 22 


Head of Trajan to r., laureate. 

J$L. TABAA^flN (indistinct). Goddess (Astarte ?) seated to 1. ; at 


9.6s 








her feet, sphinx to 1. ; in field, BNP (152) : border of dots. 








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








Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 244, no 4 (PI. xxvm, 8). 








Mionnet, V, p. 234, n° 633. 








Laodiceia ad Mare. 








(Latdkiyeh). 








Refounded by Seleucus I and named after his mother Laodice, an 








important city with an excellent harbour (H . N . , p. 781). 








First Century B.C. — Circ. 47 B.C. 


7980 
Pi. 295 


138 


JE 22 


Radiate male head to r., beardless (Helios ?) : border of dots. 


8.94 



— 759 — 



SYRIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7981 
PI. 293 



53 

3-43 



JE 17 



7982 
Pi. 293 



*45 
9-39 



JE 22 



7983 
Pi. 293 



140 
9-07 



JE 22 



7984 
Pi. 293 



195 
12,63 



JE 26 



AAOAIKEHN 
^. TH2 IEPAIKAI- Artemis, wearing short-chiton and quiver 
AYTONOMOY 

at shoulder, standing to 1. ; holds in r. spear, in 1. bow; in field 

1. Nl. 

(Gen' Moore sale, 1889.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 248, D° 12 (PI. xxix, 6). 
Cf. Mionnet, V, p. 246, n° 709). 



Circ. B.C. 47 — Augustus. 

Bust of Artemis to 1., wearing stephane and quiver at shoulder : 
border of dots. 

fy. lOYAIEHNTnN KAI AAOAIKEflN. Boar's head to 1. : border 
of dots. 

(Rollin & Feuardent, 1883.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 249, n° 21 (PI. xxix, 10). 
Mionnet V, p. 243, n° 680. 



Head of the Tyche of Laodiceia to r., wearing veil and turreted 
head-dress : border of dots. 

[IO]YAIEflN 
^. THN KAI • Tyche, standing to 1., holding in 1. cornuco- 
AAOAIKEflN 

piae ; in field 1. AM ; in ex. €P- 

(J . P . Lambros, 1892.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., PI. xxix, 8. 



Similar. 

^6. Similar ; Tyche holds rudder in r. ; in field 1. AK- 
B. M. Cat., p. 249, no 15. 



(1898.) 



Imperial Coinage. 
Domitian. 

KAICAPI C6BACTH TCPMANIKn AOM6TIANH. Head of Domitian 

to 1., laureate. 



760 — 



SYRIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION' 



fy. lOYAIEfiN TflNKAIAAOAIKEnN. Bust of Tyche of Laodi- 

ceia to r., wearing veil and turreted head-dress ; in field 1. X_; to 

r. CA and PR : border of dots. 

Q.Hahlo, Berlin, 1888.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 252, n° 34 (PI. xxx, 2). 
Mionnet, 5. VIII, n° 221. 

7985 121 i ^E 21 AVTOKPATnP AOMITIA NOCCEBACTOC. Head of Domitian to 
PI. 294 7.84 ! I., laureate : border of dots. 

IOYAIE 

Y$L. _ . Tyche of Laodiceia standing to I., holding in extend- 

KAI AAO 

AIKEHN 

ed r. wreath, and in 1. cornucopiae : border of dots. 

(J.P.Lambros, 1892.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 252, n° 38. 



7986 



294 



7987 



166 
IO.75 



JE 25 



_i6j_ 
10.82 



JE 26 



Trajan. 

AVTO KN€PTPAl]ANOC APICTKAICC6B TEPM AAK . Head of 
Trajan to r., laureate : border of dots. 

I£. IOYAIECON TOON KAI AAOAIK6CON. Bust of the Tyche of 

Laodiceia to 1., wearing veil and turreted head-dress ; in field to 

r. fX ; date TIP (163) : border of dots. 

(Steffen, Constantinople, 1897.) 



B.M.Cat., p. 253, n° 49. 



Similar. 



J$L. Similar ; in field A; date, BZP (162). 

Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 253, n° 40. 



Antoninus Pius. 

7988 190 JE 27 .. .THN6INON C€B. Head of Antoninus Pius to r., laureate : bord- 
P1 - 2 94 12.31 er of dots. 

fy. [IOYAIE] flN TflN KAI AAOAIK6HN. Bust of the Tyche of 

Laodiceia to 1., wearing turreted head-dress; in field r. PP (190): 

border of dots. 

(Gen> Moore sale, 1889.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 256, n° 72. 
Cf. Mionnet, V, p. 253, n° 750. 



— 761 — 



SYRIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



7989 
PI . 294 



182 

u-79 



JE26 



7990 



108 
7.00 



JE21 



7991 
PI. 294 



122 
7-90 



JE 20 



Septimius Severus. 

AYT KAI C€n C60VHPOC Head of Septimius Severus to r., 
laureate. 

IOYA 
AAOAIC 
fy.. €OY MHT within laurel-wreath : border of dots. 
PO nOA 

€G0C 

(Gen 1 Moore sale, 1889.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 258, no 83 (PI. xxx, 10). 



Geta. 



• • COP ("€••• Bare-headed bust of Geta to r., wearing paludamen- 
tum. 

I£. SEP I COL LAV I DMET I PO within laurel-wreath. 

(Gen* Moore sale, 1889.) 
Mionnet, V, p. 258, n° 783. 

Rhosus. 
On the Gulf of Issus. 

BRONZE. 

First Century B.C. (?) 

Veiled and turreted female head of City to r., with palm-branch on 
shoulder. 

fy. POZEHN I THI IEPA2(to r.). KAI I AZVAOV | [AVT]ONO- 

MOV (to 1.). Draped simulacrum (Syrian divinity, Hadad ?) 

placed on a pedestal, between foreparts of two oxen ; in r., he 

holds thunderbolt, and in 1., knife ; above bull's heads, bonnets 

of the Dioskuri. 

(Gen' Moore sale, 1889.) 

Cf. Imhoof, Monn. gr., p. 1440, n° 8. 

Cf. Mionnet, V, p. 269, n° 836. 

Cf. B. M. Cat., Galatia, p. lxx. 

Cf. Macdonald, Hunter colt., Ill, p. 210, n° 1 (PI. lxxiv, 23 ; rev.). 



— 762 



SYRIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 1 



7992 
PI. 264 



46 
2.98 



JE 14 



7993 
PI. 294 



148 
9-59 



JE 20 



7994 
PI. 294 



221 
14.32 



A28 



7995 
Pi. 294 



224 



^.28 



Era begining B.C. 39. 

Male bust to 1., in crested helmet and cuirass ; to r., €T ; 1. HMP 
(148) : border of dots. 



(W.S.Lincoln, 1887.) 



fyL. PH C€flN. Acrostolion : border of dots. 

Seleucia Pieria. 
(SeleukijeV). 

The port of Ant ioch founded by Seleucus I, and one of the mints of 
the Syrian kings. 

Second Century B.C. 

Head of Zeus to r., laureate : border of dots. 

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. 

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

lEAEVKEflN 
l$L. . Thunderbolt (with iillet attached) on cushion 

AVTONOMOV 

placed on stool; beneath stool Bl ; to r. 2L : the whole in laurel- 
wreath. — Tetradrachm. 

(Rollin & Feuardent, London.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., PI. xxxn, 8. 

Similar. 

fyL. Similar; beneath stool, Tl ; to r. 0. — Tetradrachm. 

(D. Kelekian, 1893.) 
Ct". B.M.Cat., p. 271, n° 20. 

- 763 - 

96 



SYRIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








(First Cent. B.C.). 


7996 

PI. 294 


54 


jRi9 


Bust of the Tyche ofSeleucia to r., wearing turreted head-dress, 
veil, earring and necklace : border of dots. 


3.50 








$6. ZEAEYKEflN 1 TH2 IEPA2 (above) KAI | AVTONOMOV 

(below). Winged thunderbolt; above, l"l (year 13); in field, to 
r., between thunderbolt and inscr. X ; the whole in laurel- 








wreath. — Drachm. 

(O . Noury Bey, 1 904 .) 
Imhoof, Cabinet at the Hague, p. 82, n° 1 (PI. IX, 15). 

Imperial Coinage. 


7997 
Pi . 294 


in 


JE 20 


EHIKD MDADY HnR. Female bust (the Tyche of Seleucia) to 1., 
wearing turreted head-dress and veil ; behind head, palm-branch : 


7.19 








bead and reel border. 








CEAEYKEDN 








^" KA\ AVTONO ' Thunderbolt ( with fillet attached) on cushion 








MOY 

placed on stool : bead and reel border. 

(Gen 1 Moore sale, 1889.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 272, n° 31 (PI. xxxn, 10). ' 
Mionnet, V, p. 275, n° 878. 


7998 
Pi. 294 


100 


JE 20 


Similar. 

fyL. Similar. 

(Billoin sale, Paris, 1886.) 


6.48 


7999 
PI. 294 


89 


JE 20 


Similar; head to r. ; only date legible. 

I$L. Similar. 

(A.O.van Lennep, 1893.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 272, n° 31. 


5.76 








Imperial Coinage 
Trajan 


8000 
PI. 294 


183 


JE 25 


AVTOKPKAIC N€P TPAIANOC!APICT C€B T€PM AAK|. Head of 

Trajan to r., laureate : border of dots. 


11.85 



— 764 



SYRIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8001 
PI. 294 



8002 
PI. 294 



126 

~1T 



JE 22 



148 
9- 59 



8003 
PI. 294 



62 
4.01 



JE 22 



& 16 



(Smyrna, 1891 .) 



^L. C€A6VK€CON T7KPIAC; /^TjF- . Sacred stone of Zeus Kasios 

KACIOC 

(with fillet attached) within shrine of four pillars surmounted 

by pyramidal roof on which eagle : bead and reel border. 

(W.S.Lincoln, 1887.) 
B. M. Car.., p. 274, n° 57. 

Septimius Severus. 

.•C€n C60VHPOC. Head of Septimius Severus to i\, laureate : 
border of dots. 

ty.. C6A6VK6HN TTKPIAC. Thunderbolt (with fillet attached), on 
cushion placed on stool : border of dots. 

B. M. Cat., p. 275, n° 49. 

VI. COELE— SYRIA. 
Damascus. 

Imperial Coinage. 
Caracalla. 

AYTOKPAANTONINOC- (sic). Head of Caracalla to r., laureate : 
border of dots. 

tyL. AAMAC KOV MHTPOnOA€OC- The Tychc of Damascus, drap- 
ed and turreted, seated to 1. on rock ; r. hand outstretched hold- 
ing short club?; in 1., comucopiae ; at her feet, River-god 

swimming : border of dots. 

(Rollin & Feuardent.) 
Mionnet, 5. VIII, p. 197, n° 19. 
Cf. rev. type of B. M. Cat., p. 285, n° 19 (under Geta). 

Leucas on the Chrysoroas. 

Imperial Coinage. 
Trajan. 

AYKAI N€P TPAIANOC T€P AAK. Head of Trajan to r., laureate- 
border of dots. 



- 76) 



SYRIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








$L. A€VKAAIflN KAAVAI€flN. Head of the Tyche of Leucas to 








r., wearing veil and turreted head-dress : border of dots. 








(O. Noury Bey, 1905.) 








VII. TRACHONITIS. 








No coin of this District in the Weber Collection. 








VIII. DECAPOLIS. 








No coin of this District in the Weber Collection. 



— 766 



PHOENICIA 



- 767 



PHOENICIA 



PHOENICIA 

G. F. Hill, B.M.C., Phoenicia, 1910. 

Babelon, Les Perses Achimenides, 1893. 

Rouvier, Numismatique des villes de la Phlnicit, 1900- 1904. 



— 768 



PHOENICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8004 
PI. 2 9 S 



8005 
PI. 2 95 



8006 
PI. 295 



8007 
PI. 2 9 S 



51-8 
3.36 



JR. 13 



54- 6 
3 54 



JR. 13 



8-5 
0.55 



^ 7 



161 



A21 



10.47 



PHOENICIA 

Aradus. 
Built on an island of the northern coast of Phoenicia. 

Late fifth and early fourth centuries B.C. 

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

fyi. Galley to r. : the whole in shallow dotted incuse square. — 

Tetrobol. 

(W.S.Lincoln, 1887.) 
B.M.Cat., Phoenicia, p. 2, n° 3 (PI. 1, 2). 

J&ty (nd, above). Similar type. 

f$L. Galley to r. ; beneath, winged hippocamp to r. (head of horse 

with plume) : the whole in dotted shallow incuse square. — 

Tetrobol. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1893.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 3, no 8 (PI. 1, 6). 

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

J$L. Prow of galley to r., with eye and row of shields on bulwark ; 

below, dolphin to r. ; the whole in dotted incuse square. — 

Obol. 

(W.J.Webster, 1889.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 4, n° 16 (PI. 1, 10). 
Babelon, Perses Achim., PI. XXII, 7. 

First half of fourth century B.C. 

Head of Melkart, laureate, to r., hair and whiskers dotted, pointed 
beard represented by lines ; eye full. 

4p["/J ( Na > above). Galley to r., with eye at prow, curved ornament 

on poop, row of shields along bulwark ; below, three wavy lines 

representing water : the whole within shallow incuse. — Persic 

stater. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1895.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 4, no 18 (PI. I, 12). 



— 769 — 



PHOENICIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


1 

| 8008 

;P1. 29s 

1 


163 


JK2I 


Similar. ■'', 

fyL. Similar. — Persic stater. 

(Delbecke sale, Franklort-on-M., 1891.) 
Babelon, Poses Achem., PI. xxn, 14). 


10.56 


8009 
;pi. 295 


161 


J&19 


Similar. 

I$£. Similar ; ¥' u f- — Persic stater. 

(Bompois sale, Paris, 1882.) 
Babelon, P. A ., p. 128, n° 879 (PI. xxn, 14). 


10.43 


1 






8010 
pi. 295 


53-8 


JR. 17 


Similar : truncation of neck dotted : border of dots. 

fyL. &t\. Similar type : dotted square within incuse square. — 

Persic Tetrobol. 

(W.S.Lincoln, 1887.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 6, n° 31 (PI. 1, 20). 

Babelon, P. A., PI. xxn, 16. 


3-49 


801 1 

pi. 295 


13 .2 


J&9 


Similar : border of dots. 

J$L. Similar; double line of waves below galley ; curved line beneath. 


0.86 




• 




— Persic Obol. 

(Constantinople, 1891.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., PI. 11, 6. 








Babelon, P. A., PI. xxn, 19. 








Post-Alexandrine Coinage. 








Cite. B.C. 260-240. 


8012 
pi. 295 


40.8 


JK14 


Head of Zeus to r., bearded and laureate : border of dots. 

fyL. R above. Prow of galley to 1. with Athene as figure-head, fight- 


2.64 








ing to 1. : border of dots. — Attic Tetrobol. 








(Macridi Pacha, 1892.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 13, no 86 (PI. in, 1). 


8013 

pi. 295 


32.5 


JR. 12 


Head of Tyche to r. : border of dots. 

^L. Prow of galley to 1., with stern rising forward; above, y? : 


2. 11 








border of dots. — Attic Hemidrachm. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1893.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 13, no 87 (PI. in, 2). 



— 770 — 



PHOENICIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION" 


8014 


30.5 


J&I2 


Similar. 

fyL. Similar. — Attic Hemidrachm. 

(Carfrae sale, 1901.) 
B.M.Cat., no 87. 


I.98 








Circ. B.C. 243-23 3. 


8015 
PI. 29s 


92 


JE 20 


Head ofTyche to r., wearing turreted crown : border of dots. 
fyL. Prow of galley to 1., with figure head of Athene fighting to 1. 


5.96 








with spear and shield ; above, uncertain object (palm-tree ?) and 








letter # ; to v., A ; beneath, II III III Z (28). 

(VV. Webster.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., PI. in. 8. 








Cf. Babelon, P. A., PI. xxm, 6. 


8016 


62 


JE 15 


Head of Zeus to r. laureate : border of dots. 


PI. 295 


4.01 




tyL. Triple-pointed ram of galley to 1. ; above, /yip ; below, 

lll-APV : border of dots. 

(W.J.Webster.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 18, n° 126. 














Circ. B.C. 1 74- 1 10. 


8017 


63.5 


^< 18 


Bee with staight wings, seen from above ; to 1. and r. monograms, 


PI. 29s 


4. II 




F\ ( = no] M : border ot dots. 

fyL APAAIHN- Stag standing to r. in front of palm-tree. — Attic 

Drachm. 

(W.J. Webster.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 20, n° 148. 


8018 
PI. 295 


63.7 


J&18 


Similar ; same monograms. 

fyL. Similar; APAAin[N]. — Attic Drachm. 

(Spink, 1891.) 


4.13 


8019 
PI. 295 


33 


J£ 12 


Head ofTyche to r., turreted and veiled : border of dots. 

tyL. Aphlaston ; date illegible. 

(Constantinople, 1897.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., PI. iv, 9. 


2.14 








Cf. Babelon, P. A., PI. xxiv, 3. 



97 



PHOENICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8020 

PI. 295 



228 
14-77 



JR. 26 



8021 
PI. 295 



55 

3.56 



JE 16 



8022 
PL 295 



60 



JE 16 



8023 

PI. 29s 



120 

77-7 



JE 20 



Circ. B.C. 137-45. 

Bust of Tyche to r., veiled and turreted, hair rolled and in chignon : 
border of dots. 

l$L. APAAIflN- Nike advancing to 1. ; hair knotted on crown of 
head ; wears long chiton and holds in r., aphlaston, in 1., palm- 

9<1P 

branch; in field 1. $| (64/3): the whole in laurel-wreath. — 



Attic Tetradrachm. 



AI 



B.M.Cat., p. 33, n° 273. 



(Pearson, London, 1880.) 



Circ. B.C. 137-127. 

Heads of Zeus and his consort, wearing stephane, jugate : border 
of dots. 

^i.. Prow of galley to 1., with figure-head of Athene fighting to 1.; 
above, y& (tk) below, date U-MfrV (132) (= 128/7) : border 



of dots. 



Similar. 



B. M. Cat., p. 36, no 297. 
Cf. Babelon, P. A., PL xxni, 17. 



(W.Webster, 1883.) 



J$L. Similar; below type . . .-HlZfaV (127-6). 
B.M.Cat., p. 36, no 298. 

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

fyL. Poseidon, nude to waist, seated to 1. on prow of galley to 1., 
holding wreath in extended r., resting with 1. on trident ; as 
figure-head, Athene ; above, y^; below, III III H \AfoV (= 

A ' 

134/3) : border of dots. 

(A . O . van Lennep, 1892.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat.. p. 36, n° 300. 



— 772 — 



PHOENICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



INSCRIPTION' 



8024 
PI. 295 



8025 
PI. 295 



8026 
PI. 295 



8027 
PI. 295 



27-3 

1.77 



JE 13 



8028 



3° 

1.94 



.R 10 



18.5 

I .20 



M. 12 



/£ 22 



5.24 



134 

8.68 



JE 21 



Veiled and turreted head of Tyche to r. ; behind, palm : border 
of dots. 

tyL. Galley; above, A [?] and the date 9T- 

(W.M. Ready, 1906.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., PI. xxxviii, 10; Int. XXXV, R.I.V. 

Circ. B.C. 1 19-109. 

Veiled and turreted head of Tyche to r. ; behind, palm : border oi 
dots. 

fyL. Prow of galley to 1., with stern curving upwards; above, OCY ; 

below, date, AMP (119-8). — Attic Hemidrachm. 

(Spink, 1 901.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 39, n° 319. 

Babelon, P. A., p. 148. n° 1054. 

Circ. B.C. r 1 1 -1 10. 

Winged head of Gorgon Medusa facing, with serpents in the head 

and at neck : border of dots. 

OMP(iii-iio) 
\]L. Aphlaston ; on 1. and r. date and mint-letters : A • — Attic 

BC 

(W.T. Ready, 1895.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 39, n» 322 (PI. v, 7). 

Babelon, P. A., PI. xxiv, 6. 



Diobol. 



Circ. B.C. 29/8— A. D.i 15/6. 
Bust to r., beardless, and radiate (Helios), draped : border of dots. 

tyL. 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. 
Cf. Babelon, P. A.. I>1. xxxiv, 18. 

Imperial Coinage. 
Claudius. 

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



7/3 



PHOENICIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








fyL. APAAIHN- Humped Dull galloping to 1. ; above T9Z (48-9); 








to 1., indistinct letters : border of dots. 








(Smyrna, 1891.) 
Cf. B.M Cat., p. 46, n° 361. 








Trajan. 


8029 


134 


JE 21 


Bust of Astarte-Europa to r. ; in front, small head of Trajan : bord- 
er of dots. 


8.68 








^L. Similar type to preceding coin; above, CIT (106-7); m front 








of bull, 9 ; below, APAAION- 








(Grenspan, 1901.) 
B.M. Cat., p. 47, no 368 (PI. VI, 5). 








M. Aurelius and L. Verus. 


8030 


151 


JE 22 


. . CO NINOC KAIOV. . . Busts of M. Aurelius and L. Verus, con- 
fronted, laureate : border of dots. 


9.78 








fy,. APAAICON. Tyche seated tol. on rudder ; above, AKY (162-3) ; 








in field 1. € : border of dots. 








B.M. Cat., p. 49, n° 380 (PI. vi. 71). 








Berytus. 

(JBeyroui). 














First Cent. B.C. 


8031 
PI. 295 


90.5 


JE 19 


Bust of Tyche to r., wearing turreted crown and veil : border of 
dots. 


5.86 








fyL. BHPYTIGON- Nike to r., on prow with stem rising in curve 








forward ; she holds wreath ; in field r., aphlaston ; date illegible : 








border of dots. 








B.M. Cat., p. 55, no 25 (PI. vn, 14). 








Imperial Coinage. 








Caracal la. 


8032 
PI. 2 9S 


148 


JE 24 


IMP MAVPSE ANTON AVG- Bust ofCaracalla to r., laureate : bord- 
er of dots. 


9-59 



— 774 



PHOENICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



I) INSCRIPTION" 



8033 
PI. 295 



8034 
PI. 295 



8035 
PI . 296 



33° 
21.38 



JE 30 



161 
1 1 .72 



/E 24 



266 
17.23 



M 28 



tyL. [COLJBEP- Poseidon, draped and vearing kalathos, standing to 

front, head 1., in car drawn over waves by four hippocamps ; he 

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. 

IMP CAES MAVfl ANTONINVS AVG- Bust of Elagabalus to r., 
laureate, wearing paludamentum and cuirass : border of dots. 



COL IVLAVG FEL ~ . c . . ... ... 

i>6. _ n r >. . lempleof tour columns, within which 
' C R (in ex.) r ' 



BEI 



figure of Astarte crowned by Nike on column ; in pediment, 
pellet : border of dots. 

(W.Webster, 1884.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 79, n<> 171 (PI. x, 7). 



IMP CAES MAVR ANTONINVS AVG- Similar bust : border of 
dots. 

R , COL IVL AVG FEL . , ... ... 

He. dc o /• -\ lemple of four columns, within which 

bt k ^in ex.^ * 

figure of Poseidon to 1., r. foot on rock, 1. 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. 



Similar. 

, COLIV L A VGFEL n . . , . 

VjL. RPR Hn e ) ' ^ atewa y consisting or central arched 

space between two wings, each of two columns ; above arch, 

figure of Silenus (' Marsyas '), standing to r. on basis : border of 

dots. 

(Webster sale, 1886.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 81, no 192 (cf. PI. x, 9). 
Babelon, P. A., PI. xxv, 19. 



775 — 



PHOENICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8036 
PI. 296 



8037 

PL 296 



8038 
PI. 296 



8039 

PI. 296 



228 

14-77 



JE 32 



185 

11.98 



JE25 



102 

TJT 



JE 21 



200 
12.96 



JKl 



Similar. 

COL IVLAVGFEL 



Poseidon and Beroe ; Beroe, wearing chiton 



^" BER (in ex.) 

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. 

...TONINVS AVG- Similar bust : border of dots. 

tyL. ocf>r -\ • Aeneas, wearing cuirass, advancing to 1., carrying 

his father Anchises on his shoulders, and with his r. holding by 

the 1. wrist, Ascanius, who runs beside him, wearing Phrygian 

cap : border of dots. 

(Sotheby sale, 1881.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 84, n° 215 (PI. x, 13). 

Gordian III. 

[IMP GORDIANVS] AVG COSI- Bust of Gordian III to r., radiate, 
wearing paludamentum and cuirass. 

tyL. COL IVL AVG FEL BER- Dionysos, nude, standing to front ; 

his r. hand is raised and rests on his head ; with his 1. he embraces 

a small satyr who stands 1. ; at his feet on 1., panther to 1. looking 

up ; on either side, vine with grapes. 

(Osman Noury Bey, 1903.) 
Babelon, P. A., PI. xxvi, 4. 
B.M.Cat., p. 88, n° 241 (PI. xi, 3). 

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. 

Galley to 1. (prow terminating in lion's head), containing three 



— 776 — 



PHOENICIA 




8040 
PI. 296 



10 



o . 64 



hoplites with crested helmets and round shields ; below, zigzag 
line of waves and hippocamp tol. ; beneath hippocamp, murex ; 

and above, £! ; border of dots. 

RL Lion to 1. bringing down bull to 1. ; above, /.^'H^^O^NO : 
border of dots: within concave field. — Stater. 

(Bunbury sale, 1897 ; lot 522.) 
• Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 95, 4 (PI. xi, 12). 
CI. Bab., Perses Achhn., p. 194, n° 1356 var. 



^.10 Gallev to 1. (prow terminating in lion's head), containing two 
hoplites with crested helmets and round shields ; below, hippo- 
camp to 1. ; above its tail, NO : border of dots. 

W" L°) Xn^i^O ) NO. Lion to 1., bringing down bull 1. : border 

of dots. — 1/16 stater. 

(Billoin sale, 1886.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 95, u° 6 (PI. ni, ij). 
Babelon, P. A., p. 19.J, n° 1359. 

Ainel (Enylus). 
Circ. B.C. 333. 



8041 
PI. 296 



11 -7 AX, 1 o 
0.76 - 



8042 
PI. 296 



96 



6.22 



^20 



Type of n° 8040 ; above tail of hippocamp ^j^- 

fy" L Q ) y \l^^ L i / ^ / 0- Similar type to last coin : border of dots. 



— 1/16 stater. 

(Bompois sale, 1882.) 
Cf. B. 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. 

Bust of Tyche to r., wearing turreted crown and veil : border of 
dots. 

T$L. Kronos, nude, with three pairs of wings, stands to front, head 



— 777 — 



PHOENICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



1., wearing head-dress of feathers; inscriptions indistinct : border 

of dots. 

(Booker, 1891.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., PL xii, 8. 



8043 
PI. 296 



8044 
PI. 296 



Imperial Coinage. 
Caracalla. 

187 JE 24 [AV] MAVP C€OVH ANTHN6INOC- Bust of Caracalla to r., laur- 
12. n eate, wearing paludamentum and cuirass. 

tyL. 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 : border of dots. 

(Edinburgh sale, 1887.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 101, n° 29 (PI. xn, 12). 
Babelon, P. A., p. 199, n° 1389. 

Diadumenian. 

192 JE25 MOHAIAAOVMCNIANOC KA. Bust of Diadumenian to r., bare- 
12 • 44 headed, wearing cuirass. 

fy. I€PAC (in ex.) 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. 



8045 
PI. 296 



162 
IO.49 



JE 23 



Marathus. 

An important city, the most northern coast town of Phoenicia. (H.N., 
p. 792). 

(site Amrit). 

Circ. B.C. 221-152/1 

Veiled female head to r. (Berenice II ?) : border of dots. 

- 778 - 



PHOENICIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION* 








fyL. Marathos, beardless, with drapery about middle ot body and 








over 1. arm, standing to L, holding in r. aphlaston, resting 1. 








elbow on column ; on r. V^Q'-ty (r^, name of mint) ; date on 1. 

illegible ; in field, on r. ; on 1. 7. 

(Osmau Nourv Bey, 1905.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. i2i, n" 10 (PI. xv, 6). 
Babclon, P. A., p. 212, n° 1469 (PI. xxvm, 13). 








Circ. B.C. 180/79 — 169 8. 


8046 
PI. 296 


106 


JE 20 


Bust of Ptolemy VI (?) to r., as Hermes, laureate and draped, with 
caduceus over shoulder : border of dots. 


6.86 








tyL. Similar type to last coin; name of mint to i\; to 1. ||| ||| V^V 1 - • • 

(86 ?); in field r. Q : border of dots. 

(Osman Noury Bey, 1903.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 123, n° 22. 
Cf. Babelon, P. A., PI. xxvin, 6. 








1 5^/7 — 137/^ B.C. 








BRONZE. 


8047 
PI. 296 


68 


/E 17 


Bust of Tyche to r., wearing turreted crown, palm over 1. should- 
er : border of dots. 


4.40 








tyL. Marathos, beardless and draped, standing to 1., holding in r. 








aphlaston, resting 1. elbow on column ; on r., downwards, name 
of mint, WVCV^C™ ); on 1., upwards, date, Wf^HifrV (102); 
n 1. V : border of dots. 








Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 123, n° 25. 
Cf. Babelon, Pers. Ach., PI. xxvm, 11. 








Ptoleraais-Ace. 








(Akka, St. Jean a" Acre). 








Imperial Coinage. 








Trajan. 


8048 
PI . 296 


162 


JE 24 


IMP L CAES NERTRAIANj OOPT AVG GERAAC PAR Head of 
Trajan to r., laureate : border of dots. 


10.49 



779 



yK 



PHOENICIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








J$L. COL PTOL- Tycheof the City, veiled and turreted, seated to 

r. on rock, holding in her r. ears of corn, her r. foot resting on 

shoulder of half-figure of river-god (Belus), swimming to r. : 

border of dots. 

(W.T. Ready, 1904.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 132, n° 19 (PI. xvi, 12). 








Septimius Severus. 


8049 
PI. 296 


208 


JE23 


IMP CLS EP SEV AVG- Bust of Sept. Severus to r., laureate, wear- 
ing paludamentum : border of dots. 


13-47 








tyl. COL PTOL- Winged thunderbolt : border of dots. 

(Osman Noury Bey, 1902.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 133, n° 29 (PI. xvi, 14). 








Sidon. 

The ancient metropolis of Phoenicia. 

Class II. Uncertain King. 
Circ. B. C. 400-384. 


8050 
PI. 296 


430 


JE 28 


War-galley to 1., lying before fortified wall of a city ; in ex., two 
lions salient addorsed. 


27.86 








l$l. The King of Persia in chariot to 1., driven by charioteer who 

leans forward ; horses at full speed ; below, incuse, wild goat 

running to 1., head reverted ; above, 09 (?) : dotted border. — 

Double shekel. 

(W. T. Ready, 1904.) 

B. M. Cat., p. 141, no 8 (cf. PI. xvm, 4). 


8051 
PI. 296 


97-5 


JE 19 


Similar type : border of dots. 

]$£. The King of Persia, wearing kidaris and kandys, slaying lion 

standing before him ; he seizes it by forelock with 1. and draws 

back r. with dagger about to strike : all in incuse square. — Half 

Shekel. 

(Carfrae sale, 1894.) 

B. M. Cat., p. 142, no 13 (PI. xvm, 9). 

Babelon, P. A., p. 229, n° 1569 (PI. xxix, 24). 


6.32 



— 780 



PHOENICIA 





No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 




8052 
PI. 296 


II 


JE 8 


Similar type ; in ex., lion to 1. 

tyL. The King of Persia, as before, standing to r., shooting with 
bow ; on r., incuse, head of goat r. ; on 1., incuse, bearded gro- 
tesque head (Bes) facing (only partly visible) : all in incuse 

square. — ^ Shekel. 

(Osman Noury Bey, 1902.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 142, n<> 15 (PI. xviu, 10). 
Babelon, P. A., PI. xxix, 25. 




0.71 










IV. Straton I (Abdashtart). 
Ore. B. C. 370-358. 




8053 
PI. 296 


10 


JR. 9 


War-galley to 1., with oars, row of shields along bulwark ; below, 
double line of waves ; above, Q : border of dots. 




O.64 










V)L. The King of Persia to r., slaying lion, as on preceding coin ; 
between them, : all in incuse square. — ^ Shekel. 

(W. T. Ready, 1891.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 146, n° 36 (PI. xix, 11). 




8054 
PI. 296 


II. 3 


A. 10 


Similar ; above galley ^Q ; zig-zag lines of waves : border of dots. 
^..Similar. — ^Shekel. 

(W. S. Lincoln, 1887.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 147, no 45 (PI. xix, 14). 




O.73 




8055 
PI. 296 


11. 5 


iRio 


Similar; above galley, Q u# 

fyL. Similar. — ^ Shekel . 

(Steffen, Constantinople, 1897.) 




75 




8056 
PI. 297 


4<M 


JE 14 


War-galley to 1. ; double zig-zag line of waves ; above, Mil : bord- 
er of dots. 




2.62 










J$L. The King of Persia to r., in kneeling (running) attitude, hold- 
ing in extended 1. bow, in r. lance with apple-shaped butt, held 
transversely over shoulder : border of dots. 

(Drury Fortnum, 1887.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 148, no 54 (PI. xix, 17). 



I — 



PHOENICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8057 
PI. 297 



8058 
PI. 297 



8059 
PI. 297 



VII. Straton II. 
B.C. 342-333- 

397.5 JR 27 War-galley to I., with oars, row of shields along bulwark, small 
25.73 armed figure as figure-head, and curved ornament over poop ; 

below, quadruple zig-zag line of waves; above, I : border of dots. 

T$L. The King of Persia in a car drown by three horses with char- 
ioteer and attendant; the King wears kidaris andkandys; the at- 
tendant holds in r. sceptre with animal's head, in 1., vase 
with flowers ; double exergual line ; in field above, QO : border of 

dots. — Double Shekel . 

(Webster sale, 1886.) 

B. M. Cat., p. 152, n° 71 (PI. xx, 7). 
Babelon, P. A., PI. xxx, 5. 

95.5 JR.i% War-galley to 1., with oars, row of shields along bulwark, small 
1 9 armed figure as figure-head and curved ornament over poop sup- 

porting standard ; below, quadruple zig-zag line of waves ; above, 
date, III HI II (8) : border of dots. 

J$L. The King of Persia in a car drawn by three horses with char- 
ioteer, to 1. ; in field, above, QO ; double exergual line : border 

of dots : incuse circle. — Half Shekel. 

(W. T. Ready, 1891.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., PI. xx, 10. 

Mazaeus (?) 
Circ. B. C. 342-333. 

JR 1 1 Female head, facing, with streaming hair (as on Tarsian coins, 
with head copied from Kimon's facing Arethusa) : border of dots. 

fyL. King of Persia, wearing kidaris and clad in kandys, standing 
to r., contending with winged animal (griffin's head and lion's 
body), which he seizes by one of his horns : within incuse 
square. — Obol. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1894.) 
Sir H. Weber ascribed this coin to Sidon, which attribution is considered doubt- 
ful. The type appears Cilician. 



— 782 



PHOENICIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size . 


DESCRIPTION' 








B. C. 1 1 1 to Imperial Times. 








Phoenician Standard. 








B. C. 107 6 — 43/4 A. D. 


8060 


218.5 


JK29 


Head of Tyche to r., draped, wearing turreted crown, veil, ear- 


PI. 297 


14. 16 




ring, and necklace : border of dots. 

fy. IIAfiNOI THI IEPA2 KAI AZYAOY. Eagle to 1. with r.foot 

on prow of war-galley, palm-branch over r. shoulder; in field, 

to 1., date LN (50); to r., mon. &• — Shekel. 

(Bompois Cabinet, 1882.) 
Rouvier, Wum. Jes villi's tie la Plxnicie, n° 1 3 1 5. 
lmhoof, Monti. Gr., p. 445, n° 32 ; Clwix, PI. vil, 225. 

B. C. 98/7— 11/10B. C. 


8061 


93 


JE 21 


Bust of Tyche to r., wearing turreted crown and veil; in field 1., 
S" : border of dots. 


6.02 








fyL IIAHNinN. \\ r ar-galley to 1. ; on it, Astarte standing to 1. ; 








in r. field, LAA. 

(Billoin sale, 1886.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 164, n° i3>. 








First Cent. A. D. 








44/5 — 1 17/8 A. D. 


8062 
PI. 297 


48 


JE 15 


B 

Bust of Tyche to r., wearing turreted crown and veil ; in front - 

and aphlaston : border of dots. 


3. 11 








1^.. ~~ . War-galley, stern terminating at both ends in 








volute; above inscr. .-OP; beneath galley, ^AHA : border of 








dots. 

(W. Webster, 1884.) 








Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 171, n° 175 (PI. xxm, 4). 








Imperial Coinage. 








Trajan. 


8063 
PI. 297 


151 


JE. 24 


AYTONEPiTPAINflKAICE]. Head of Trajan to r., laureate : bord- 
er of dots. 


9-78 



- 783 - 



PHOENICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8064 
PI. 297 



8065 
PI. 297 



8066 
PI. 297 



233 
16.39 



£28 



269 
17-43 



JE 29 



63 
4.08 



^E 18 



j^ ZIAHNOINAY . Male figure (Kadmos) wearing cloak fasten- 

ed round neck, running to 1. on prow ; he looks back, points 

forward with extended r., and holds cloak about his waist with 

1. ; in field 1. [L]ZKI (227) : border of dots. 

(Spink, 1899.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 180, n» 218 (PI. xxm, 15). 
Babelon, P. A., p. 25s, n° 1751. 

Elagabalus. 

• • M AV ANTONINVS AVG P. Bust ot Elagabalus to r., laureate, 
wearing paludamentum and cuirass ; in front, countermark, H : 
border of dots. 

T£. COL AVR PIA METRO and in ex. S ID. Car of Astarte with four 
columns supporting root, above which emerge four palm-bran- 
ches ; within, spherical object (baetyl) and two figures on either 

side : border of dots. 

(Spink, 1 89 1.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 185, n° 248. 

IMP CAESAR. MAV ANTONINVS. Bust as on preceding coin : bord- 
er of dots. 

^6. AVR PIA COL. Three military standards, all surmounted by 

eagles ; across field below, SI DON : border of dots. 

(W. Webster.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., PI. xxiv, 14. 

Tripolis. 

A joint settlement, whence its name, from- Sidon, Tyre, and Ara- 
dus, established before the time of Alexander the Great. (H. N., 
p. 798). 

Second Century B. C. 

Busts of the Dioskuri to 1., jugate, laureate, and draped, star above 
each. 

T$L. [TPI] nOAI[TflN] (below). The Dioskuri on horseback, charg- 
ing tor., chlamys flying behind. 

(Alex Grant sale, 1890.) 



-784- 



PHOENICIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


8067 
PI. 297 


89 


£ 18 


5.76 


8068 
PI. 297 


235 


JR. 27 


15 .22 








8069 
PI. 297 


59- 5 


JE 17 


3.86 


8070 
PI. 297 


130 


JE 22 


8.42 



DESCRIPTION 



Similar type, to r. : border of dots. 

$L. TPinOAITON (above). Similar type. 

Circ. B. C. 1 42/1 — 81/80 B. C. 



(Sim sale, 1890.) 



Busts of the Dioskuri to r., jugate, laureate and draped; star above 
each. 



TPinOAITHN 



(to r.) 



$.. TH2IEPA2KAI 

AVTONOMOY (to 1.). Tyche, wearing turreted crown, long 

chiton and peplos, standing to 1., holding cornucopiae in 1. and 

u 

resting r. on tiller; in field to 1., r ; to r. y; in ex., OE : the 

whole in laurel-wreath. — Tetradrachm. 

(W.T. Ready, 1896.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 200, n° 5. 
Babelon, P. A., p. 271, n° 1865 (PI. xxxm, 13). 

Circ. B.C. 1 10-109. 

Bust of Tyche to r., wearing turreted crown and veil : border of 
dots. 

tyl. [T]PinOAIT[nN] (below). The Dioskuri, on horseback, wear- 
ing caps surmounted by stars, and chlamydes, riding side by 

side to r. ; to 1. I_r(year 3) : concave field. 

(Billoin sale, 1886.) 
Cf.B.M.Cat., PI. xxvi, 7. 
Cf. Babelon, P.M., PI. xxxm, 17. 

Circ. B.C. 25/4. 

Bust of Tyche to r., wearing turreted crown and veil; over her 
shoulder, cruciform standard. 

1$L. TPinOAITflN (1.). Prow of galley to r. ; on it, Nike advanc- 
ing to r., holding in r. wreath, and in 1. palm-branch over should- 
er; in field r., star; date, L-... 

(Sim sale, 1890.) 
Cf.B.M.Cat., PI. xxvi, 12. 
Babelon, PI. xxxiv, 4. 



7 8 5 - 



PHOENICIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Imperial Coinage. 








Hadrian . 


8oyi 
PI. 297 


i43 


JE 24 


AVTOKP KAICAP TPAIANOC AAPIANOC. Bust (with drapery on 
1. shoulder) of Hadrian to r., laureate : border of dots. 


9.26 








fyL. TPinOA€ITCON. Busts of the Dioskuri to r., jugate, laureate 

and draped ; each surmounted by star ; to 1., HKY (1 16-7) : border 

of dots. 

(Sim sale, 1890.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 210, n° 48. 


8oy2 
PI. 297 


168 


JE 2y 


Similar. 

J$L. TPinOA€ITG0N. Astarte, wearing turreted crown, and long 

chiton, standing to r., with 1. foot on prow; she rests with r. 

on long cruciform standard, and with 1. raises skirt to 1. knee; 

to 1. HKY (A. D. 1 16/17) : border of dots. 

(W. Webster.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 209, n° 46. 
Babelon, PI. xxxiv, 13. 


10.88 


8oy3 


190 


JE2$ 


Similar; inscription partly illegible. 

1$l. Similar ; date HKY ; inscription TPin • • 


12.31 








Antoninus Pius. 


8oy4 
Pi. 297 


176 


JE 23 


[AYTKAITI]AIA AAP ANTC0N6INOC [C6B6VC]. Bust of Antoni- 
nus Pius to r., laureate and draped. 


11.40 








tyL. TPinOA€l[TG0N]. Astarte, as on preceding coin; in field to 1., 
0NY (A. D. 147/8) : border of dots. 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 212, n° 60 (PI. xxvn, 13). 
Babelon, PI. xxxiv, 15. 








Caracalla. 


Soys 
pi. 297 


[92 


JE 24 


AVK MAVANTGONIN ON C€BA. Bust of Caracalla to r., laureate, 
wearing paludamentum and cuirass : border of dots. 


I2 -44 



786 



PHOENICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



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

(W. Webster.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 219, n° 98. 
Babelon, PI. xxxiv, 20. 



8076 



150 
9.72 



JE 24 Similar ; legend partly illegible. 

Y$L. TPin... (in ex.). Astarte standing to r., crowned by Nike, 

r 

between Dioskuri, nude; in field, K : border of dots. . 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 218, no 87 (PI. xxvn, 18). 



8077 
PI. 297 



8078 
PI. 297 



Diadumenianus. 

166 JE 25 M On AIAAOVMENIANOC KA. Bust of Diadumenian to r., bare- 
10.75 headed, wearing paludamentum and cuirass: border ol dots. 

Y$L. TPinO Al TOON. The Dioskuri, nude, standing facing each 

other, 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. xxvm, 2). 
Babelon, P. A., p. 285, n° 195 1. 

Elagabalus. 

160 JE 25 AVT K M AVP ANTCONINOC. Bust of Elagabalus to r., laureate, 
10 -36 wearing cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 

tyL. TPinOAINAYAPXI. Galley with square sail moving to 1. ; above 

the yard, caps of the Dioskuri on either side of letter <J> ; beneath, 

AA<|> (year 531 = A. D. 219/20) : border of dots. 

(1904.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., PI. xxvm, 8. 
Babelon, P. A., p. 287, n° 196}. 



- 787 



99 



PHOENICIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


8079 
PI. 298 


227 


JE 27 


AVT KMAVP ANTGONINOC. Similar bust : border of dots. 

I$L. TPinO Al TGON. Altar of Zeus Hagios, with superstructure 


14.71 








supported on four columns ; in pediment, facing bust ; between 








the columns, in middle, flaming altar approached by steps ; on 1. 








the sun standing to front, radiate, r. hand raised ; on r. the 








Moon standing to front, crescent on head, holding torch transver- 








sely; in ex., date, AA(|) (219/20) : border of dots. 

(Spink, 1892.) 
B. M.Cat., p. 222, n° 110 (PI. xxvm, 3). 








Babelon, P. A., p. 286, n° 1958. 


8080 
PI. 298 


90.6 


JE 19 


AVT K M AVP ANTflNINOC. Bust of Elagabalus to r., laureate, 
wearing cuirass and paludamentum : border of dots. 


5.87 








1$L. TPinOAITflN. Busts of the Dioskuri to r., jugate, draped, 








wearing laureate caps surmounted by stars ; to 1., date AA<j> 








(219/20). 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 224, n° 128. 








Babelon, P. A., PI. xxxiv, 26 (rev.). .♦ 


8081 
PI. 298 


2 55 


JE27 


Similar. 

1$L. -..Al TCON. Temple of Astarte, consisting of central portion 


16.52 








surmounted by arch and two wings (each with four columns) 








surmounted by pediments; steps approaching middle ofpedium; 

within, Astarte wearing turreted crown standing to front, leaning 

with r. on standard, raising chiton with 1., 1. foot on prow; she 

is crowned by small Nike on column onr. ; in ex., A A<J> (219/20). 

(Rollin & Feuardent.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 223, n° 118. 








Babelon, P. A., PI. xxxiv, 22; 








Tyre. 

Reputed a colony of Sidon, and its rival in wealth and splendour (H '. 








N., p. 799). 

Phoenician Standard. 
Circ. B.C. 45 0-400. 


8082 
PI. 298 


47-7 


;Ri4 


Traces of inscription. Dolphin, to r., over double line of waves; 
below, murex shell : cable border. 


3.09 



— 788 



PHOENICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8083 
PI. 298 



8084 
PI. 298 



8085 
PI . 298 



8086 
PI. 298 



11. 6 
0.75 



A8 



12 
o-77 



A8 



197 
12.76 



JR. 19 



136-3 

8.83 



^20 



tyL. Owl standing to r., head facing; over its 1. shoulder, crook and 

flail; incuse impression fitting outline of type ; the whole in 

shallow incuse square. — Half Shekel . 

(W. T. Ready, 1892.) 
Babelon, Penes Aclx'iu., PI. xxxv, 3. 
B. M. Cat., Plioenicia, PI. xliv, 1. 

Dolphin to 1. ; below, murex shell : dotted border. 

tyL. Owl standing to 1., head facing ; over r. shoulder, crook and 

flail ; dotted border. — ^ Stater. 

(Spink, 1895.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 228, n» 9 (PI. xxvin, 14). 
Babelon, P. A. t PI. xxxv, 6. 



Similar. 
1$L. Similar. 



± Stater. 



(W. S. Lincoln, 1888.) 



Circ. B.C. 400-3 3 2. 



Melkarth, bearded, riding to r. on hippocamp with curled wing; 
with r. he holds reins, with I. strung bow ; below, two lines of 
waves : cable border. 

tyL. Owl standing to r., head facing; over 1. shoulder, crook and 

flail ; in field to r. HUGO ? : cable border. — Stater. 

(Jerusalem, 1882.) 
B. M. Cat., Phoenicia, Int. cxxvm (this coin). 

Attic Standard. 
Circ. B.C. 332-275. 

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., head facing; over 1. shoulder, crook and 

flail ; in field to r. y^: cable border. — Attic Didrachm. 

(Gen' Moore sale, 1889 ; lot 499.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 231, n<> 29 bis. 
Babelon, P. A., p. 295, n° 2013. 



789 



PHOENICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8087 
PI. 298 



8088 
PI. 298 



8089 
PI. 298 



8090 
PI. 298 



8091 
PI. 298 



136-4 
8.84 



J&20 



98 
6.35 



JE 20 



213 .6 



^29 



221 
[4.32 



JR. 29 



219 
H 19 



M. 29 



Similar. 

Similar; in field r. 1^0. — Attic Didrachm. 



(Macridi Pacha, 1893.) 



Demetrius I., Soter. 
B.C. 162-150. 

Head of Demetrius I. to r., diademed : border of dots. 

BAIIAEHI 
AHMHTPIOY „ c „ . . 

^" L HNP (16&} ' " row of galley ; border of dots : centre hole. 

TYPIHN 3^; 

— Chalkous. 

(W. T. Ready, 1900.) 
Babelon, Rois deSyrie, p. 99, n° 772. 

Phoenician Standard. 
B.C. 126/5 — 65/6A.D. 

Bust of Melkarth to r., with slight whisker, laureate, wearing lion- 
skin knotted round neck : border of dots. 

$L. TYPOY IEPAI KAI AIYAOY. Eagle standing to 1., with r. foot 
on beak of ship, palm-branch over r. shoulder; in field to 1., 
date Al (116/5) and club; to r.,ksP; between legs of eagle, 
Q : border of dots. — Tetradrachm. 

B. M. Cat., p. 236, no 71. 

Similar. 

}$L. Similar; in field to 1., AK (103/2) and club ; A& to r., ; between 

legs of eagle f. — Tetradrachm. 

(Gen 1 Moore sale, 1889.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 240, n° 108. 

Similar. 

I$L. Similar ; in field to 1., LN (77/6) and club; to r. Al ; between 

legs of eagle,. Q — Tetradrachm. 

(Pearson, London, 1880.) 



790 



PHOENICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8092 
PI. 298 



106.8 
6.92 



iR23 



8093 
Pi. 298 



IQ9-3 
7.08 



ift.22 



8094 
PI. 298 



185 
II.98 



JE 24 



8095 
Pi. 298 



43 
2.78 



JE 15 



8096 
Pi. 298 



169 
10.95 



JE 24 



Similar. 



T$L. Similar ; in field to 1. TA (94/3) and club; to r. hf ; between 
legs of eagle, Q : border of dots. — Didrachm. 



B. M. Cat., p. 251, n° 221. 



(Benian Bros, 1898.) 



Similar. 



]$L. Similar ; in field to 1. AN (76/5) and club ; to r. A. — Didrachm. 

(Gen 1 Moon sale, 1889.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 251, n° 230. 



Circ. B.C. 55/4— 86/7 AD. 
Head of Melkarth to r., laureate; lion-skin knotted round neck. 
JtyL. Club downwards, with handle continued in monogram ofTyre; 
to 1. * (year 203 = A. D. 77/8); tor., Phoenician inscription 

|u L ("»y s , of Tyre) ; within oak-wreath tied at bottom : border of 

dots. 

(Hoffmann sale, Paris, 1887.) 

Babelon, P. A., p. 311, n° 21 19. 

Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 257. 

Circ. B.C. 18/17— A.D.114/15. 

Bust of Tyche to r., wearing turreted crown, and veil ; behind, 
palm-branch : border of dots. 

fyL. Palm-tree with two bunches of fruit; across field, P 7 "P : bord- 

IEPAZ 
der of dots. 

(Spink, 1899.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 258, n° 275. 

Circ. A. D. 93/4— 136/7. 

Head of Melkarth to r., with slight whisker, laureate; lion-skin 
knotted round neck : border of dots. 



— 791 



PHOENICIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8097 

PL 298 



8098 
■PL 299 



8099 
PI. 299 



8lOO 
PI. 299 



166 

IO.75 



JE24 



24-5 
i-59 



9Q 
5.83 



47 
3.04 



JE 13 



JE 22 



JE 16 



tyL. MHTPOnOAECOZ. Club downwards, with handle continued in 

monogram of Tyre ; across field, 012 (93/4) |P A ; the whole 

in oak-wreath tied at bottom : border of dots. 

(Osman Noury Bey, 1906.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 259, n» 288 (PI. xxxi, 14). 

Similar. 



R6. Similar; across field, AMI (11 5/16) |V*A. 



(L. & L. Hamburger, 1898.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 260, n° 294. 

Circ. 93/4 — 1 5 3/4 A . D. 

Head of Tyche to r., wearing turreted crown, veil, and earring; 
behind, palm-branch : border of dots. 

^6. Galley to 1., with aphlaston at stern ; on it, Astarte, turreted, 
standing to 1. ; holding in r. wreath, and in 1. cruciform stand- 
ard ; across field, A2 (104/5) M$ ; in ex., H^ : border of dots. 

(H. Hoffmann.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 261, n° 305. 

Bust of Tyche to r., wearing turreted crown and veil; behind, 
palm-branch : border of dots. 

f- I6PAC 
fy. MHTPOnO . Galley : border of dots. 
A€C0C<3^ 

(W. Webster.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 264, no 328. 

Circ. B.C. 104/5 — 166/7 A. D. 
Similar bust of Tyche, to r. : border of dots. 

fy. MHTPOA6C0C I6PAC. Palm-tree with two bunches of fruit; 
across field, AC (201 = 75/6) : border of dots. 

(W. S. Lincoln, 1887.) 



792 



PHOENICIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Site. 


DESCRIPTION 








Imperial Coinage. 








Elagabalus. 


8101 
PI. 299 


280 


JE 30 


• CAES MAV ANTONINVS AVG. Bust of Elagabalus to r., laureate, 
wearing paludamentum and cuirass. 


18.14 








fyL. TV RIO RVM ..€••• Temple of Astarte with six columns; 








within, figure of Astarte placing r. on trophy, crowned by Nike 








on column ; before the temple, in ex., altar between palm-tree 








(on r.) and murex shell (on 1.) : border of dots. 








(Sim sale, 1890.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 276, ti° 404 (PI. xxxm, 3). 








Valerianus Senior. 


8102 
Pi. 299 


199 


£28 


VALERIANVS AVG. Bust of Valerian to r., radiate, weiring cuir- 
ass and paludamentum : border of dots. 


12.89 








tyL. COL TVR- • Nude male figure to front, moving to 1., with 








chlamvs over 1. arm ; behind him, four stags galloping to r. ; above, 








star; below, murex shell : border of dots. 








(W T. Ready, 1903.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 277, d" 408 (under Hlag.ibalus). 
Cf. Babelon, P. A., p. 353, 11° 2267 (under Gordian). 








Uncertain. 








Fourth Century B . C. 


8103 
Pi. 299 


49 


JR15 


War-galley to 1. : border of dots. 

fyL. The King of Persia to r., shooting with bow : border of dots, 


3-17 








incuse circle. — | Stater. 








(N. Dimitriou, 1902.) 
Cf. JE of Si Jon, n° 7944. 
Cf. Imhoof, Monti. Gr., p. 448, PI. J, 8. 

1 



— 793 



PALESTINE 



PALESTINE 

Hill, G.F., B.M.Cat. of the Greek Coins of Palestine, 19 14. 

DeSaulcy, Numismatique de la Terre Sainte, 1874. 

Madden, Coins of the Jews, 188 1. 

Reinach, Th., Jewish Coins, 1903. 

Rogers, Rev. Ed., Handy Guide to Jewish Coins, 19 14. 



794 



PALESTINE 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








PALESTINE 








X. GALILAEA 








Tiberias. 








Founded by Herod Antipas, on the stores of the Lake of Gennesarelh 








(H.N., p. 802). 








Imperial. 








Commodus. 


8104 
PI. 299 


26.5 


& 13 


.... KOM ... . Bust of Commodus to r., laureate : border of dots. 
fyL. TIB KAA. . . Galley with oars to 1. ; below, date, €TPO (?) : 


I.72 








border of dots. 

Cf. B.M.Cat., rev. n 0i 34-35. 








XI. SAMARIA 








Caesareia. 








A splendid city ami seaport founded by Herod the Great (//. N., 








p. 802). 








Imperial Coinage. 








Claudius. 


8105 

PI . 299 


58 


JE 19 


KAA/AIOC KAICAP. Head of Claudius to r., laureate : border of 
dots *. 


3 -75 








fyL. . . . KAICAP60N. Veiled female head, turreted, to r. ; behind, 








-il- 

(Macridi Pacha, 1896.) 








* This attribution is Sir Hermann Weber's, but conjectural. 


8106 
PI. 299 


163 


JE 24 


Nero. 
NEPHN KAIZ. . . . Bust of Nero to r., laureate; in front, star : 


10.56 








border of dots. 



795 



100 



PALESTINE 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








fy. KAIIAPIAHT7POI lEBAITflAIM. City-goddess, wearing tur- 








reted crown, and short chiton, with parazonium at side, stand- 








ing to 1., r. foot on prow, resting 1. on cruciform standard, hold- 








ing in r. a human bust; in field to 1., LIA (=i4=A.D.67-8). 








Cf.B.M.Cat., PI. 11, 11. 








Neapolis. 








Imperial Coinage. 








Domitian. 


8107 
PI. 299 


230 


JE 26 


• • AIIAP 2EBA2TOI AVTOK Bust of Domitian to r., laureate. 

<|>AAOVI 


14.90 








$" vauabe within a laurel-wreath tied below : border of dots. 
2AMArc 








LAI (=n=A.D.82-3). 

(Sotheby sale, 1881.) 
Cf.B.M.Cat., PI. v, 8. 








Com modus. 


8108 
PI. 299 


41 


JE 17 


KOMMOA Head of Commodus to r., radiate : border ot 

dots. 


2.65 








fyL. (|>AN€AC CYPIAC (indistinct). Apollo, naked, standing to 1. 








holding laurel-branch in r. and bow in 1. ; in field to 1., (?) : 

border of dots. 

(Edinburgh sale, 1887.) 
Cf. Mionnet, S. VIII, p. 349, n° 72. 














XII. JUDAEA. 








Aelia Capitolina. 








(the ancient Jerusalem, rebuilt by Hadrian, A.D. 136). 








Colonial Coinage. 








Antoninus Pius. 


8109 
PI. 299 


145 


JE 24 


IMP ANTONINVS AVG-PPP. Bust of Antoninus Pius to r., laur- 
eate, wearing paludamentum and cuirass : border of dots. 


9-39 



796 — 



PALESTINE 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size . 



DESCRIPTION 



8lIO 
PI. 299 



8l II 

PI. 299 



8lI2 
PI. 299 



8lI3 
PI. 299 



66.8 
4 33 



67 
4 34 



46 
2.98 



395 
2. 56 



JK 11 



8114 
Pi. 299 



29 
1.88 



M 18 



JE 15 



JE 13 



/E 13 



fy.. CAC (in ex.). Temple of four columns, with pediment and 
central arch, within which, City-goddess, wearing turreted crown, 
short chiton, parazonium at side, standing tol., r. foot on uncer- 
tain object, resting 1. on sceptre, holding in r. small human bust : 

border of dots. 

(Edinburgh sale, 1887.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 84, n° 12. 

Ascalon. 

Second Century B.C. {before 104 B.C.) 

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

1^,. Dove standing to 1. ; on r. AI ; on 1. monogram iTl : border 

of dots. — Phoen. Diobol. 

(Rollin & Feuardent.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 104, n° 1 (PI. ix, 9). 

Late First Century B. C. 
Bust of City-goddess to 1., wearing turreted crown. 
tyL. War-galley to 1. with oars, above AC. 

Cf. B.M.Cat., PI. xn, 4. 



(W.S.Lincoln, 1887.) 



Similar bust, turreted and veiled : border of dots. 
fyL. Similar; above AC : border of dots. 



(Spink, 1899.) 



Similar. 
^L. Similar. 



(Edinburgh sale, 1887.) 



Imperial Times. 



Bust of City-goddess to r., draped, wearing turreted crown and 
veil : border of dots. 



— 797 



PALESTINE 



No 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








I$L. Prow of war-galley to 1., with oars; above, ACK ; below ZM[CJ 
(247 = A. D. 143/4) : border of dots. 

(W.S.Lincoln, 1888.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 114, n° 70. 








Imperial Coinage. 








Trajan. 


8115 

PI. 299 


79 


JE 20 


CEBAL". Bust of Trajan to r., laureate, undraped : border of dots. 

T$L. ACK A (r.). War-deity Phanebal, standing to 1., with harpe, 
shield, and palm-branch ; to 1. EIC (215 = 111/2) : border of 
dots. 

(Edinburgh sale, 1887.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 126, n«> 163 (PI. xm, 16). 


5.12 








Antoninus Pius. 


8116 
PI. 299 


130 


JE 21 


Head of Antoninus Pius to r., laureate : border of dots. 

tyL. ACKA City-goddess, wearing turreted crown, long chiton 

and peplos, standing to 1. ; she rests on standard and holds in 1. 
aphlaston ; infield r. €NC (255 = 15 1/2) and dove to r. ; 1. <\ 
and altar. 

(Edinburgh sale, 1887.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 133, n° 211. 


8.42 








Philisto- Arabian. 








Gaza. 








Fifth and fourth Centuries B. C. 


8117 
PI. 299 


64 


J&15 


Janiform diademed male and female heads. 

tyL. Owl facing; on either side, sprig of olive : circular incuse. — 
Attic Drachm. 

B.M.Cat., PI. xix, 7. 

Babelon, Traite, II, p. 647, n° 1037 (PI. cxxin, 13). 

Jameson Cat., PI. xci, 1778. 


4.14 



798 



PALESTINE 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8118 

PI. 299 



8119 

PI. 299 



8120 
PI. 299 



8121 
PI. 299 



8122 

PI. 299 



63 

4.08 



JR. 15 



64.6 
4.19 



"•9 

0.84 



iRi4 



JK9 



420 

27.21 



JE 2< 



293 
18.98 



^28 



Bearded head to r., diademed ; eye facing, hair and beard indicated 

by lines of dots. 

T$L. ci (yt). Forepart of horse galloping to r., within dotted incuse 

square. — Attic Drachm. 

B.M.Cat., PI. xix, 14. 

Babelon, PI. cxxiv, 14. 

Jameson Cat., PI. xc, 1779. 



Similar. 

1$L. Similar. — Attic Drachm. 



(A. Sambon, 1900.) 



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

fyL. Head of god Bes, facing, wearing head-dress of feathers : con- 
cave circle. — Attic Obol. 

(J. P. Lambros, 1887.) 
Babelon, PI. cxxiv, 21 ; P. A., p. 52, n° 547 (PI. vm, 22). 
B.M.Cat.. PI. xx, 2. 

Imperial Coinage. 
Hadrian. 

AYT KAITPAI AAPIANOC C€. Bust of Hadrian to r., laureate, 
wearing paludamentum and cuirass : border of dots. 

I£ EICO TAZA TEfll BHP (year 3 = 192 = A.D. 131-2) lo and 

the City-goddess joining r. hands ; lo, on 1., stands r., wearing 

long chiton and peplos; Gaza on r., stands 1., wearing kalathos, 

long chiton and peplos ; holding in 1. cornucopiae ; between 

them, Y>- 

(W.T. Ready, 1904.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 147, no 23 (PI. xv, 12). 

Faustina Junior and Lucilla. 

[ANjAOVKIAAA 4>AVCTINA C€BAC. Bust of Faustina Jun. on r. 
and Lucilla on I., draped, confronted. 



99 



PALESTINE 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








^L. TAZA (I.). Temple, of two columns, within which, Artemis 








huntress to r. holding bow and drawing arrow from quiver; fac- ' 








ing her, Marnas, nude, standing to 1. ; between them, «^ ; date 








illegible. 

(Edinburgh sale, 1887.) 
Cf.B.M.Cat., PI. xvi, 6. 








Raphia. 








Imperial Coinage. 








Marcus Aurelius. 


8123 
PI. 299 


266 


IE 26 


.••VTANTn Bust of M. Aurelius to r., laureate, wearing 

cuirass and paludamentum. 


17.23 








J$L. PA<|>IA (to 1.). Apollo, naked, standing to r., holding bow in 








1. and arrow (?) in r. ; in field to r., ZAC (= year 237 = A.D. 








177/8). 

(Edinburgh sale, 1887.) 








Uncertain Mint. 








(sometimes attributed to Caesarea Samariae). 








With name of Augustus. 


8124 
PI. 299 


42 


JE 16 


Bust of City-goddess to r., draped, wearing turreted crown and veil; 
behind, LIA (14) : border of dots. 


2.72 








CE 








J$L. BAC within a wreath, with pellet at top and tie at bottom : 








TOC 








border of dots. 








(Edinburgh sale, 1887.) 








B.M.Cat., p. 175, n° 1 (PI. xvm, 14). 








Kings, Princes, and Roman Procurators of Judaea. 








(a). Asmonaean Princes. 








Simon Maccabaeus. * 








B.C. 143-135. 


8125 
PI. 300 


216.9 


^23 


/j^ZoVs/Owx^s r^A/ (Smizr' bprc)- Chalice, with pearl rim ; above, 
date j3 W (aw) : border of dots. 


14.05 



— 800 



PALESTINE 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 

1 








1^. 3"W^_3 P^IIW^l (nsmpn D^iY). Triple lily 

or spring flower : border of dots. — Shekel of year 2. 

(Pearson, London, 1880.) 








B.M.Cat., PI. xxx, 3 (First Revolt). 








Rogers, p. 21. 


8126 
PI. 300 


105 


JR. 19 


"Z/pWET-Z-^^B p-rn *iTi). Chalice, with knop on stem and 
broad rim, under which on each side a pearl ; above T (x): bord- 


6.80 








er of dots. 








3W c \f^~LW>( c \ : L (nunp a4m')- Similar.— Half Shekel of 








year 1. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1892.) 
B.M.Cat., PI. xxx, 2 (First Revolt). 








Cf. Rogers, PI. !, 5 (shekel). 


8127 
PI. 300 


102.8 


iRi9 


Similar, but chalice with pearl rim and without pearls at each side ; 
date 1W (;-•). 


6.66 








tyL. ^W^fAf^^^/W^^ (-r-;n d^t 1 ). Similar. — 

Half Shekel of year 3. 

(Rollin & Feuardent, London.) 








B.M.Cat., PI. xxx, 6 (First Revolt). 








* There is no doubt that these coins belong to the First Revolt and not to 
Simon Maccabaeus. (E. S. G. R.) 


8128 
PI. 500 


83.5 


M 18 


^aq\^xjv>j (r^N r:\y). Basket of brandies between two 
citrons : border of dots. 


5.41 








ty,. Jj^/>V vv \X/-X^7L(r :; n\x^). Chalice with knop on stem 








and rim set with pearls : border of dots. 








Cl'.B.M.Cat., PI. xx, 12. 








Rogers, p. 20. 


8129 
PI. 300 


70 


JE 18 


Similar. 

R£. Similar. 

Cf.B.M.Cat., PI. xx, 13. 


4- 53 


8130 
PI. 300 


72 


JE 18 


Similar. 

fyL. Similar. 

(Dimitriou, Rhodes, 1892.) 


4.66 



— 801 



PALESTINE 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


8131 


66 


Ml? 


Similar. Part of inscription illegible. 
^6. Similar. Part of inscription off coin. 


4.27 








((3). Idumaea.11 Princes. 








Herod Archelaus. 








B.C. 4 — A.D.6. 


8132 
PI. 300 


29.5 


JE16 


HPCOAOY. Bunch of grapes on a branch : border of dots. 

fyL. 60NAPXO. Tall helmet, with cheek pieces and double crest 
seen Irom front; on 1., small caduceus : border of dots. 
B.M.Cat., PI. xxv, 11. 
Rogers, p. 32, n° 31. 


1. 91 








Herod Agrippa I. 








A. D. 37-44. 


8133 

PI. 300 


38.5 


M 16 


[BAC]IA€COC ArPlflA. Umbrella with fringe : border of dots. 

}$L. L 9 (year 6 = A. D. 42/3). Three ears of corn on one stalk : 

border of dots. 

B.M.Cat., PI. xxvi, 2. 
Rogers, p. 34, no 36. 


2.49 


8134 


39-5 


M 16 


...PinA. 

J$L. Similar. 


2.56 


8135 


40.5 


JE16 


BACIA€... ArPI... 

^L. Similar ; date obliterated. 


2.62 








(v). Roman Procurators of Judaea. 








A. D. 6-66. 








Under Tiberius. 








Pontius Pilate. 








A. D. 26-36. 


8136 
PI. 300 


39 


JE 15 


TIB€[PIO]V KAICAPOC. Lituus with the crook to r. 

1 


2.52 | 





802 



PALESTINE 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








1$L. LIS (indistinct ; year 17 = A. D. 30/1) within a wreath with 








berries, tied below. 








B.M.Cat., PI. xxix, 7. 








Rogers, PI. in, 9. 








Under Claudius. 








With names of Nero and Britannicus Caesars. 








Antonius Felix. 








A.D. 52-60. 


8l 37 


26 


JE 16 


[N] €[PG0 KA AV KAI[CAP:. Two oblong hexagonal shields and 
two spears crossed. 


1.68 








BPIT 








Ri. L IA (year 14 = A.D. 54). Palm-tree with two bunches of 








KAI 








lruit. 








B.M.Cat., PI. xxix, 1 3. 








Rogers, PI. m, 1 1. 








Under Nero. 








Antonius Felix. 








A.D. 52-60. 


8138 
PI. 300 


35 5 


JE16 


L€ KAIC AP OC]. Palm-branch. 
N€P 


2.30 








R6. 00NO within an olive-wreath tied below. 








C 

B.M.Cat., PI. xxix, 17. 








Rogers, PI. ill, 12. 


8139 


36 


JE16 


...KAI.... 
fyL. Similar. 


2-33 


8140 
PI. 300 


21.5 


JE 15 


L€KA Similar : border of dots. 


1.39 








$L. NCO. Similar. 








C 

Cf. B.M.Cat., PI. xxix, 20. 



803 — 



IOI 



PALESTINE 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








(8). Coins of the First Revolt of the Jews. * 








A. D. 66-70. 


8141 
PI. 300 


47 


JE 19 


y^L[Xj W XJ W (D'nu? n:w = year 2). Amphora with fluted 
belly and small curved handles : border of dots. 


3.04 








tyL. Jjj~ / X //V/1/ ^XS ^ cr 1 * r| ( 7 )" ,n )- vine ' ea ^ on sta ^ w * tn ten_ 

dril : border of dots. 

(W.S. Lincoln, 1887.) 
B.M.Cat., PI. xxx, 11-13. 


8142 


35 


JE16 


Similar. 
1$L. Similar. 


2.26 








* Here should be placed n° s 8125-8127. 








(e). Coins struck in Palestine comtnemorating 








the Capture of Jerusalem , A . D . 70. 








Titus. 


8143 
PI. 300 


120 


JE21 


AVT0KPTIT02 KAIIAP. Head of Titus to r., laureate: border 
of dots. 


7-77 








I&. IOVAAIA [CE AACOKVIAC]. Nike, nude to waist, standing to 








r., her 1. foot on helmet, supporting shield on her 1. knee and 








writing on it with her r. hand ; on r. a palm-tree : border of 








dots. 








Cf.B.M.Cat., PI. xxxi, 4. 








Domitian. 


8144 
PI. 300 


390 


JE 29 


IMP.CAESDOMITAVG.GERM.P.M.TR.PXI. Bust of Domitian 
to r., radiate, aegis showing on 1. shoulder : border of dots. 


25.27 








$,. IMP XXI COS XVI CENS PPP. Palm-tree with two bunches of 








fruit : border of dots. 








(Osman Noury Bev, 1903.) 
B.M.Cat., PI. xxxi, 7. 








Rogers, PI. iv, 9. 



— 804 — 



PALESTINE 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION' 



8l 45 
PI. 3OO 



49-5 
3.21 



jKiq 



8146 

PI. JOO 



180 

11.66 



JE 25 



(C). Coins of the Second Revolt of the Jews under 
Simon Barcochba, A. D. 133-135. 

Undated. 

uj/W-X ^^ "I" \-/S\ IB/. (oWn* nrtfTS). One-handled jug to 
r., with fluted body; on r. palm-branch : border of dots. 

f$L. Wreath, within which •" : border of dots. Traces of legend 

of denarius, over which this coin is restruck. — Quarter Shekel. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1892.) 
Cf.B.M.Cat., p. 293, n° 36. 
Rogers, PI. vi, 6. 

Second year of the Delivrance ot Israel'. — Simeon. 
/.izQ WtL SBlS^S/. Vine-leaf on stalk : border of dots. 

}$L. Palm-tree with two bunches of fruit; across field, ^JoW : bord- 
er of dots. 

B.M.Cat., p. 309, n» 54. 



805 



ARABIA 



— 807 — 



ARABIA 



No. 




Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








ARABIA 








I. Kings of Nabataea 








Aretas IV. Philopatris (B.C. 9 — A.D.40). 


8147 
PI. 300 


51 


JE 17 


Busts of Aretas and his sister and wife Shaqilath, conjoined, to r. 

tyL. nS T'nttf I nrm- Two cornucopiac crossed and filleted. 

(W.S.Lincoln, 1887.) 
B.M.Cat., Arabia, Mesopotamia, Persia, 1922, p. 8, n° 20 (PI. 11, 4). 


3.30 








Province of Arabia. 








Hadrian. 


8148 


99 


JE 19 


AYTO KPAT KAICAP TPAIANOC AAPIANOC. Head of Hadrian 
to r., laureate : border of dots. 


6.41 








1$L. [APJABIA. Bust of Arabia to r., wearing turreted crown, with 








two children at her breast : border of dots. 
B.M.Cat., p. 14 (PI. in, 1). 


8149 
PI. 300 


102 


JE 19 


AYTOKP AT KAIC] AP TPAIANOC AAPIANOC. Similar. 

fy. APABIA. Similar type. 

((-aire, 1894.) 


6.61 








Colon ia Bostra. 








Severus Alexander. 


8150 

PI. 300 


68 


JE 20 


IMPCAESMAVB-SEV^Y) ALEXANDER AVG. Bust of Alexander 
Severus to r., laureate : border of dots. 


4.40 








fyL. COLONIA BOSTRA. Silenus naked, standing to r., with wine 








bag on back, r. arm raised. 

(W.T. Ready, 1900.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 21, n<> 28 (PI. IV, 8); this coin. 



— 809 



ARABIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








HI. Arabia Felix. 








Imitation of early Athenian Coinage. 


8151 
PI. 300 


245 


7R24 


Head of Athene to r., helmeted; imitation of early Athenian style. 
tyL. Owl to r., head facing; behind, olive-spray of two leaves and 


15.87 








berry, and crescent-moon ; in field to 1., inscription ; to r. AOE. 








— Attic Tetradrachm. 








(F.P. Weber.) 








G.F.Hill, The Ancient Coinage of Southern Arabia, London, 191 5, PI. 1, 1. 








^N 81 5 1 is now attributed to India. 








Sabaeans and Himyarites. 


8152 
PI. 300 


84 


^Ri8 


Head of Athene to r., wearing Athenian helmet, and earring of this 
form *E ; on the cheek, the Sabaean letter M (c noun). 


5-44 








JtyL. Owl to r., head facing ; behind, olive-sprig and crescent -moon ; 








in front, N AOE and monogram, HY- — Unit. 

(W.T. Ready.) 
G. F. Hill, he. cit., PI. 1, 2. 








B.M.Cat., p. 50, n° 54 (PI. vn, 20). 


8153 
PI. 300 


49 5 


JK11 


Head of Athene, helmeted, to r., barbarous. 

A 


3 .21 








J$L. Owl to r., head facing ; to r. . — Half. 








m 

(Constantinople, 1891.) 








Cf. B.M.Cat., p. si, n° 67 (PI. vn, 23). 








„% This coin may not be Himyaritic. 


8154 
PI. 300 


20 


An 


Head of Athene, in crested helmet, of Attic type, to r. ; eye in pro- 
file; on cheek X. 


1.25 








tyL. Owl to r., head almost facing; in field tor. O ; in 1. corner, 








m 

olive-spray (?). — Quarter. 

(W. T. Ready.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 47, n° 16 (PI. vn, 6; this coin). 


8155 

PI. 301 


83 


/R24 


Beardless male head laureate to r. ; hair arranged in ringlets : with- 
in laurel- wreath. 


5.08 



— bio 



ARABIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8156 
PI. 3OI 



8157 
PI. 301 



26. I 
I .69 



^13 



23.8 
1.54 



ifl.13 



fyL. Owl to r., head facing, standing on amphora lying on its side; 
to r. >£ to 1. 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. 

Beardless head to r., curly hair indicated by dots : barbarous fabric. 

^. Bearded head to r., hair indicated by lines and rolled behind; 

to 1. * ; to r. £) ; beneath, n)4J. —Third (?). 

(W.T. Ready.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 52, n° 72 (PI. vm, 26; thiscoin). 



Circ. A. D. 50-150. 

Tha ran ya ub. 
Mint of Raidan. 

Beardless head to r., hair long behind. 

J$L. Small beardless head to r. with flowing hair at back ; around, 
inscription, below head, ^-l?) ; to 1. 4; above, nO?IH)n$ 

and to r. $. — Third (?). 

(W. T. Ready.) 
B. 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 416 A15 [AVjTK MAVPHA ANTHNIN.. Bust of M. Aurelius to r., draped, 
•3 QI 2.70 head bare. 

$L. [Yn]€PNIKHC PHMAinN-Tyche standing, facing, head turn- 
ed to 1., holding in r. globe, and in 1., cornucopiae. — Denarius. 

(Osman Noury, 1906.) 
B. M.Cat.,p. 137, n° 3 (PI. xix, 7; this coin). 
Babelon, Melanges II, 1893, p. 233. 
V. Langlois, Xttwismatiqne desAtiibes avant P Islamisme, pp. 133 sqq. 

Caracal la. 

Ai 18 . . . AN • • Bust of Caracalla to r., laureate and bearded. 

fy. • ...NINIANA AVRAA... Veiled and turreted bust of City- 
goddess to r. ; in front, cornucopiae : border of dots. 
B. M. Cat., p. 8« (PI. xii, 13). 

Gordian III. 

8160 208 JE 29 AVTOK K MANT TOPAIANOC C€B. Bust of Gordian III to r., 
13.48 wearing radiate crown, paludamentum and cuirass : border of 

dots. 

fy. MHTPKOA KAPPHNGON. Veiled and turreted bust of City-god- 
dess tol. ; above her head, crescent-moon; before her, figure of 

divinity (or Aquarius) standing on a column : border of dots. 

(Osmau Nourv, 1903.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 89 (PL xiii, 2). 
CI. M.icJonald, Cat. Hunter, III, p. 303, n° s 20-21 (PI. l.xvm, 29). 



8159 
PI. 301 



84-5 
5.48 



815 



MESOPOTAMIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Edessa. 








The chief city in Mesopotamia, and built probably by Seleucus, who 
named it after the ancient town of Edessa or Aegae in Macedonia (H. 
AT., p. 814). 








A. Under the Seleucids. 








Antiochus IV. 








B.C. 175-164. 








(Under the name of Antiochia ad Callirhoen). 


8l6l 
PI. 301 


9 6 


JE 17 


Head of Antiochus IV. to r., diademed and radiate : border of 
dots. 


6.22 








[AN]TIOXE[nN] 

VjL. THN . Zeus, wearing himation over 1. shoulder 
Eni KAAAIPOHI 
and lower part of body, standing to 1., holding eagle on extend- 
ed r. and resting 1. on sceptre; in field to 1., outside inscrip- 
tion, mon. 2 . — Chalkous. 

(A. O. van Lennep, 1896.) 
Babelon, Rot's de Syrie, PI. xiv, 3. 








Imperial Coinage. 








B. Under the Parthians. 

No coins in the Weber collection. 

C. Under the Romans. 

I. Regal Coinage. 

No coins in the Weber Collection. 

II. Colonial Coinage. 

(Under the name of Edessa). 

Severus Alexander and Julia Mamaea. 


8162 
PI. 301 


226 


JE 27 


AVT KMAC AA€ZANAPOC Bust of Severus Alexander to r., 

and Mamaea to 1., confronted; Severus, laureate, wearing palu- 
damentum and cuirass; Mamaea, diademed. 


14.64 



— 816 



MESOPOTAMIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8163 
PI. 301 



8164 
PI. 301 



8165 
PI. 301 



H3 
9.26 



M 24 



88 
5.70 



JE 20 



63-5 

4. 11 



& 19 



^L. MiHT K]OA €A€CCHNCON. Tyche of the City, turreted, seated 
to 1. on stool; above her head, small statue of Aquarius (?) with 
water-skin over 1. shoulder ; at her feet, River-god, Skirtos, 
swimming; in front, small altar; in field, four stars, two 1. and 

two r. 

(Webster sale, 1886.) 

B. M. Cat., p. 109, n» 110 (PI. xvi, 1). 

Macdonald, Hunter Gj/.,II1, p. 312, n° 59 (PI. lxxix, 7). 

Mionnet, V, p. 610, n° 93. 

Babelon, Melanges II, 1893, p. 279, n*> 79 (PI. vil, 9). 

III. Regal Coinage restored. 
Abgarus X. Phraates. 
Circ. A. D. 242-244. 

AYT OK K M ANT TOPAIANOC C€B. Head of Gordian III. to r., 
wearing radiate crown, drapery over shoulder; in front, a star : 
border of dots. 

fyi. [AB TAPOC BACIA6VC. Bust ot Abgar to r., wearing tiara ; 

behind, star : border of dots. 

(Webster sale, 1886.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. us, n° 149 (PI. xvi, 1 1). 
Babelon, he. cit., p. 289, n° 98. 

Similar legend and radiate bust to r., wearing paludamentum and 
cuirass : border of dots. 

fyL ABrAPOC BACIA€VC. Bust of Abgar to r. : border of dots. 

(Webster sale, 1886.) 
Babelon, he. cit., p. 290, n° 101 (PI. vm, 8). 

IV. Colonial Coinage restored. 
Trajan Decius. 

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

fyL. KOA €A€CCA. Bust of City-goddess, veiled and turreted, to 

1. ; in front, small altar. 

(Edinburgh sale, 1887.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 118, n« 167 (PI. xvu, 5). 
Babelon, he. cit., p. 293, u° 105 (PI. vm, 9). 
Mionnet, S. VIII, p. 408, n° 54. 



" 817 



MESOPOTAMIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Nesibi. 








The chief town of the district called Mygdonia. 








Imperial Coinage. 








Otacilia Severa. 


8166 
PI. 301 


146 


JE 24 


MAP-nTAKIAC€OYHPAN-C€B. Bust of Otacilia to r., wearing 
diadem, draped, and resting on lunar crescent : border of dots. 


9-43 








^L. IOY-C€n-KOAnN6CIBI-MHT. Statue of Tyche surmounted by 








constellation Aries seated facing in a tetrastyle temple : border 








of dots. 








(Lincoln.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 124, n° 31 (this coin). 








Mionn. V, p. 628, n° 182. 








Cf. Macdonald, Hunter Cat., Ill, p. 316, n° 4. 








Seleucia ad Tigrim. 








Founded by Seleucus at the point where the royal canal connected the 








Euphrates with the Tigris (H.N., p. 815). 








Circ. B.C. 88. 


8167 
PI. 301 


22 


JE 12 


Head of Tyche of City to r., turreted : border of dots. 
AKI 


1 .42 








fy. AIOY 

A 

B. M. Cat., p. 143, n° 19. 














Head, Hist. Num., p. 815. 








Macdonald, Hunter Cat., Ill, p. 320, n° 1. 








Wroth, B. M. Cat., Parthia, p. xlvii n. 








Singara. 

Imperial Coinage. 
Gordianus III Pius and Tranquillina. 


8168 
PI. 301 


408 


M 33 


AYTOK KM ATrOPAIANON {sic) CAB TPANKYAAINAC6B. Busts 
affronted of Gordian III. to r., laureate, wearing paludamentum 


26.50 








and cuirass, and Tranquillina to 1., wearing stephane : border 








of dots. 



MESOPOTAMIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








fyL. AYP C€n K OACINTAPA. Tyche seated to 1., head surmount- 
ed by constellation Sagittarius ; she holds in r. ears of corn ; at 
her feet, River-god swimming : border of dots. 

(W. S. Lincoln.) 
Mionuet, V, p. 657, n° 220. 
Ct. B. M. Cat., p. 155, no 7 (PI. xix, ?). 



— 819 — 



10? 



PERSIA 



— 821 — 



PERSIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








PERSIA 








The Royal Coinage. 








Danes. 


8169 
PI. 301 


129. 1 


M 15 


The Great King, in kneeling-running attitude, bearded, and crown- 
ed with kidaris ; clad in Persian kandys ; quiver at shoulder ; 


8.37 








holds in outstretched 1. strung bow, and in r., spear. 








1$£. Irregular oblong incuse. — Dark. 








(E. Arslanoglou, Smyrna, 1891.) 








B.M.Cat., p. 153, n» 40 (PI. xxiv, 24 ; this coin). 








Ascribed to Artaxerxes I (Babelon). 








* The coin illustrated in error under n° 8169 is not that described, which is 








correctly B.M.C., PI. xxiv, 24. 


8170 
PI. 301 


126.3 


X 16 


Similar ; eye in profile, nose short, beard long. 

l^L. Similar. — Daric. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1896.) 


8.18 








B.M.Cat., p. 156, n<> 60 (this coin). 








Attributed to Artaxerxes II (Babelon). 


8171 
PI. 301 


128.6 


N 15 


Similar type ; high relief. 

BL. Similar. — Daric. 

(W. C. Weight, 1 89 1.) 


8.33 








B.M.Cat., p. 159, PI. xxv, 21-24. 








Attributed to Darius III (Babelon). 








Sigloi. 


8172 
PI. 301 


80 


A15 


Similar type. 

fy.. Similar. 

(Carfrae sale, 1901.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., PI. xxv, 26. 


5.18 








Cf. Head, Coinage of Lydia and Persia, PI. 1, 25. 








Similar. 


8173 
PI. 301 


83 


M. 14 


fyL. Similar. - Siglos. 

(W. T. Ready, 1886.) 
Cf. Babelon, P. A., PI. 11, 10. 


5.38 



— 823 



PERSIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8174 

PI. 301 



8175 

PI. 301 



8176 

PL 301 



8177 

PI. 301 



8178 

PI. 301 



8179 
PI. 301 



8180 
PI. 301 



84.6 

5.48 



83-7 

5.42 



83 

5-37 



18.9 

1.22 



82 

5-31 



83.4 

5.40 



84.6 

5.48 



1BLI6 



iRi5 



iRi5 



J& 7 



^15 



^Ri5 



^15 



Similar. 

J$L. Similar. — Siglos. 

(A. O. van Lennep, 1893.) 
* This coin belongs to the following class with dagger. 

The King, bearded, crowned, and clad in Persian kandys, a chain of 
four large rings on the side from the shoulder to the waist, kneel- 
ing to r. on r. knee; at his back, quiver; in his r., a dagger 
and in his 1., a strung bow. 

I$£. Irregular incuse. — Siglos. 

(A. O. van Lennep, 1891.) 
Cf. B.M.C., PI. xkvi, 10. 
Cf. Head, Lydia and Persia, PI. I, 26. 

Similar ; but King holds short dagger. 

J$L. Similar. — Siglos. 



Cf. Head, op. cil., PI. I, 27, 
Cf. Babelon, P. A., PI. 11, 24. 



(Macridi Pacha, 1896.) 



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

tyL. Irregular incuse. — Quarter Siglos. 

(El. Arslanoglou, 1893.) 
Imhoof, Monti. Gr., p. 453, n° 74. 
Cf. Babelon, P. A., p. 16, n° 136. 

The King, crowned, bearded, and kneeling on one knee, as before : 
two countermarks. 

I$£. Irregular incuse : four deep cuts and countermarks. — Siglos. 

(A. O. van Lennep, 1898.) 

Similar type ; King holding spear : two countermarks in front. 
fyL. Irregular incuse: two countermarks. — Siglos. 

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

T$L. Irregular incuse : two countermarks. — Siglos. 



824 — 



PERSIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


8l8l 
PI. 301 


83.6 


;Ri5 


Similar type: numerous countermarks. 

1$L. Irregular incuse : various countermarks. — Siglos. 


5.42 


8182 
PI. 301 


83 


iR 16 


Similar. 

$L. Similar. — Siglos. 


5-37 


8183 
PI. 301 


83.5 


A17 


Similar; type of Head, PI. 1, 27. 

^L. Similar ; possibly an inscription. — Siglos. 


5.41 


8184 
PI. 301 


84.6 


JR15 


Similar : countermarks. 

T$L. Similar : countermarks. — Siglos. 


5.48 


8185- 


82-84 


iRi5 


Similar : countermarks. 


8188 




• 


J$L. Similar: countermarks. — Sigloi. 

• These coins were catalogued before the publication of the B.M.Cat., Arabia, 
Mesopotamia, Persia, 192 1. 

Euagoras II (?), King of Salamis, 
as Satrap for the King of Persia *. 

(Circ. B.C. 351). 


8189 
PI. 302 


231.9 


M. 22 


The King of Persia, bearded, in kneeling-running attitude to r., 
crowned with kidaris and clad in kandys ; at his back quiver filled 


15.03 








with arrows ; he is drawing bow ; behind BA : border of dots. 








^6. Satrap (Euagoras II) on saddled galloping horse to r., striking 








downwards with spear ; behind, bearded head of Herakles to r. in 








lion-skin : border of dots. — Rhod. Tetradrachm. 








Publ. by Sir H. W., Num. Chron., 1896, p. 30, n° 63 ; PI. 111, 16. 








Babelon, Traite, II, p. 165, n° 120 (this coin). 








Imhoof, Kleinasiat. Mun^en, II, p. 519, 11° 3 ; PI. xix, 24. 








Head, Hist. Num., p. 831. 








Num. Chron., 1920, p. 100. British Museum. 








* With regard to these coins, cf. Head, Hist. Num., 191 1, p. 831, where it is 








suggested that they represent money issued by some Persian Commander or 








Satrap at a Phoenician mint. 



— 825 — 



PERSIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


8190 
PI. 302 

8191 
PI. 302 


224.9 


^21 
^R20 


Similartype; behind King, \* 00 « in front of 1. knee§ ( yy ) : bord- 
er of dots. 

1$C. Similar type; in field to r., star of eight rays : border of dots. 

— Rhod. Tetradrachm. 

(W.T. Ready, 1895.) 

Babelon, P. A., p. 92, n" 623 (PI. xvn, 16) ; Traiti, PI. xci, 17. 

Weber, Num. Chron., 1896, p. 30. 

Imhoof, Kleinasiatische Mun\en, II, p. 519, n° 2. 

Six, Num. Chron., 1877, p. 82 (PI. m, 2). 

Similar type ; no inscription : border of dots. 

T$L. Similar type; beneath horse, and traces of symbol, animal 

to r. (?). — Rhod. Tetradrachm. 

(Montagu sale, 1896.) 


14-57 
231 


14.96 



826 — 



PERSIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








ALEXANDRINE EMPIRE 








OF THE EAST 








Double Darics. 








Issued at Babylon by Satraps authorised, tinder Alexander III and 
bis successors, to strike coins with Persian types. 


8192 
PI. 302 


254.8 


Al 19 


The King, bearded, crowned, and clad in Persian kandys, in kneeling- 
running attitude to r. ; at his back a quiver; in his r., spear, and 
in 1. strung bow ; behind, 9 (mon. 19 of Babelon, Pers. Achem.). 


16. 51 








l$L. Irregular incuse. — Double Dark. 

(Tebbs sale, July 1906 ; lot 140.) 
Attributed by Sir H. Weber to Darius III Codonun, with reference to Babelon, 
Pers. Actum., p. 14, n° 118 (but diff. monogram). 


8193 
PI. 302 


257-3 


AI 20 


Similar type ; behind King, 4>l. 

ty.. Similar. — Double Daric. 

(Rollin & Feuardent, 189J.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 177, n» 4 (PI. xx, 4; this coin). 
Head, Coinage of Lydia and Persia, p. 27, n° 257 (PI. 1, 22). 
Imhoof, Zeit.f. Num., 1876 (PI. ix, 14). * 
Babelon, Perses Acbim., p. 14, n« 116. 
* Apparently identical with the specimen erroneously stated to be in the Hague 
Museum. 


16.67 








Successors of Mazaeus : — 

328/7-323 : Stamenes 
323-321 : Archon. 
321-317 : Seleucus. 








3 17-3 1 1 : Peithon (for Antigonus). 

311-306 : Seleucus. 

(before assumption of regal title). 


8194 
PI. 302 


6.8 


iR8 


Baaltars seated to r. on throne, torso nude, chlamys over lower 
limbs, resting r. hand on long sceptre, holding eagle on 1. : bord- 
er of dots. 


0.44 



827 — 



104 



PERSIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








J$l. Lion walking to 1. : border of dots. — Attic Obol. 








(Macridi Pacha, 1893.) 
B. M.Cat., p. 183, n» 12 (PI. xxi, 6; this coin). 
Babelon, Perses Achim., p. 43, n° 302 (PI. vn, 8); Traite, PI. cxv, 25. 


8195 
PI. 302 


6.6 


^5 


Similar. 

J$L. Similar. — Attic Obol. 


0.43 








(J. P. Lambros, 1902.) 


8196 
PI. 302 


118. 4 


^Ri8 


Similar type ; without symbol or letter in field : border of dots. 
J$l. Lion to 1. ; above, A. — Attic Didrachm. 


7.67 








(Macridi Pacha, 1894.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 184, n» 19 (PI. xxi, 11 ; this coin). 
Cf. Babelon, Traite, II, p. 494, n° 793 (tetradr.). 


8197 

PI. 302 


255.6 


^23 


Baaltars seated to 1., as on preceding coins; in front, !! : border of 

M 
dots. 


16.56 








J$L. Lion to 1. ; above ^ ; in ex., M (?). — Attic Tetradrachm. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1900.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 185, n° 2J (PI. xxi, 16; this coin). 


8198 
PI. 302 


62.7 


^.14 


Similar type; in front of Baaltars, M; below chair, Ml : border of 
dots. 


4.06 








]$L. Lion to 1. ; head turned back; in ex., M : border of dots. — 








Attic Drachm. 

(Spink, 1890.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 186, no 29 (PI. xxi, 18 ; this coin). 
Cf. Babelon, P. A., PI. vn, 10; Traill, PI. cxv, 11. 


8199 
PI. 302 


261 .2 


A21 


Similar type ; in front of Baaltars, t\ (fork ?) : border of dots. 

tyL. Lion to 1. ; above, 1". — Attic Tetradrachm. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1893.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 187, n° 35 (PI. xxn, 2; this coin). 


16.93 


8200 
PI. 302 


247.5 


A21 


Baaltars seated to I. on throne, as on preceding coins : border of 
dots. 


16.04 



— 828 — 



PERSIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8201 
PI. 302 



8202 
PI. 302 



8203 
PI. 302 



24I.6 
T5T66 



^23 



248 
16.07 



^23 



97-2 
6.30 



iRi7 



1$L. Lion to 1. ; above, T : border of dots. Concave field. — Attic 
Tetradrachm. 

(W. S. Lincoln.) 
Imhoof, Monti. Gr., p. 377, n° 10. 
Babelon, Traite, II, p. 491, n° 790. 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 187, no 36 (PI. xxn, 3). 

Similar type; in field 1., pellet; under chair, four dots : border of 
dots. 

J$L. Lion to 1. ; above, pentalpha : border of dots. — Attic Tetra- 
drachm. 

(W. S. Lincoln.) 
Imhoof, Monti. Gr., p. 378, n» 36. 
Babelon. P. A., PI. vn, 6; Traite, PI. cxv, 22. 
B. M. Cat., p. 187, no 39 (PI. xxii, 4). 



Seleucus I. 
B.C. 312-306. 

Baaltars seated to 1., naked to waist, chlamys about lower part of 
body ; he rests 1. on throne behind him and r. on long dotted 
sceptre; r. foot drawn back behind 1. : border of dots. 

J$L. Lion to 1. ; above, anchor : border of dots. Concave field. — 
Attic Tetradrachm. 

Imhoof, Monti. Gr., p. 378, n° 39. 

Babelon, P. A., p. 44, no 308 ; Traite, PI. cxv, 13. 

J. P. Six, Num. Chron., 1884, p. 133, n° 18 (PI. VI, 7). 

Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 188, n» 43 (PI. xxii, 6). 

Baaltars seated to 1., himation over 1. arm and lower limbs, r. rest- 
ing on sceptre ; in front, horned head of horse to r. : border of 
dots. 

IJ6. Lion walking to 1. ; above, anchor. — Didrachm (?). 

(Montagu, II ,lJ sale, 1897 ; lot 307.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 190, n° 52 (PI. xxii, 12). 



8204 
PI. 302 



2525 
16.36 



ifU3 



Similar type. 



829 — 



PERSIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


8205 
PI. 302 


235.8 


^.23 


1$L. Lion to 1. ; above P and anchor ; in ex., ffl and ivy-leaf : 

border of dots. — Attic Tetradrachm. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1892.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 191, n° 58 (PI. xxn, 16; this coin). 
Cf. Babelon, P. A., PI. vn, 12 ; TraiU, II, p. 487, n° 776. 

Similar; sceptre adorned with floral ornament. 

I$L. Lion to 1. ; above, n and anchor; in ex. ^ and ivy-leaf. — Attic 
Tetradrachm. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1897.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 191, n° 60 (PI. xxn, 17). 
Cf. Babelon, Trait/, II, p. 487, n<> 777, 


15.28 



— 830 



PERSIS 



-8 3 I - 



PERSIS 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


8206 
PI. 302 


63.5 


^.15 


PERSIS 

Darius I (?). 

Head of King to r., bearded, wearing helmet with neck-piece. 

T$L. Sacred edifice (or fire-altar) above which the image of Ahura- 
mazda : to I., the King standing to r. ; to 1., standard surmount- 
ed by bird. — Attic Drachm. 

(W. S.Lincoln, 1887.) 
Cf. Allotte de la Fuye, Nunitniiatique dt la Perside, Cor. Num., 
p. 91, no 43 (PI. in, 43). 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 209. 


4. II 



- 833 - 



CHARACENE 



- 835 ~ 

ios 



CHARACENE 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








CHARACENE 








Attain belos III. 
Circ. A.D.53-71. 


8207 
PI. 502 


2314 


XL 25 


Youthful, beardless and diademed head to r., with curly hair, 
gathered up behind. 


14. yy 








$L. • • CC0T6P KAI BA. . TAMBH ; in ex. TZO (year 369. A. S. 








— 57 8. A.D). Herakles, naked, seated to 1. on cippus, holding 








in r. club resting on his knee, 1. on cippus. — JE. Tetradrachm. 








(Edinburgh sale, 1887.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 296, n° 2. 

CI. Mionnet, 5. VIII, p. 510, n° 8. 

Babelon, Inventairt IVaJJingtou, n° 7540. 



837 - 



BACTRIA 



8 39 - 



BACTRIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








BACTRIA 








Dynasts. 








Antimachus. 


8208 
PI. 302 


II. 4 


An 


Bust of Antimachus to r., diademed, wearing kausia : border of 
dots. 


O.74 








fy.. r A ] NT | MAX «Y * Poseidon > facing, wearing wreath ; hima- 








tion over I. shoulder and about lower limbs ; holds in r. trident, 








and in 1. palm bound with fillet; in field r., W. — Obol. 








(J. P. Lambros, 1888.) 








Cf. B. M. Cat., Greek and Indo-Scythic Kings of Baitria and India, 








1886, p. 12, no 6 (PI. v, 3). 








Eucratides. 








Circ. B.C. 200-1 50. 


8209 
PI. 302 


I0.2 


JR. 10 


Bust of Eucratides to r., diademed and helmeted : border of dots. 
^" fykpatia-y • The Pileiof theDioskuri, laureate, surmount- 


0.66 








ed by stars; and two palm-branches; below, IAJ. — Obol. 








(Sothcbv sale, 1884.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 15, no 28 (PI. v, n). 








Menander. 








Circ. B.C. 160-140. 


8210 
PI. 302 


38 


JR. 17 


BAIIAEOI IHTHPOC MENANAPOY. Bust to 1., diademed, 
spear at shoulder. 


2.46 








^6. Kharoshti inscription. Athene, helmeted, in fighting attitude to 








1., holding shield and hurling thunderbolt, both ends of chlamys 








falling over arms; in field to r., ^. — Drachm. 








B. M. Cat., p. 47, n° 36. 



841 — 



AFRICA 



EGYPT 



843 

106 



EGYPT 



EGYPT 

R.S. Poole, B.M.Cat., The Ptolemies, 1883. 

J.N.Svoronos, Ta Noji.t<rj/.a7a tou KpaTous twv IlToXejjLatwv, Vols. I— III, 1904 ; 

and Vol. IV, with German translation of Vol. I, 1908. 

K. Regling, Zeit.f. Num., XXV, pp. 344-96. 



- 844 - 



EGYPT 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8211 
PI. 303 



8212 
PI. 303 



8213 
PI. 303 



264.2 



/R.27 



12 



22.8 

r .48 



A 13 



343 3 
15-77 



/K27 



EGYPT 

I. GREEK KINGS OF EGYPT. 

The Ptolemies. 

Ptolemy I (Soter). 

(B.C. 323-28)). 

Period I (B.C. 323-305). 

Head of Alexander the Great to r., with horn of Amnion, wearing 
elephant-skin and aegis : border of dots. 

I$£. AAEIANAP[OYJ. Zeus seated to 1., with himation over lower 

limbs, holding in extended r. eagle, and resting 1. on sceptre ; 

1. foot drawn in front o( r., both resting on footstool ; in field 

to 1., thunderbolt; beneath seat, rtl : border of dots. - Attic 

Tetrad rachm. 

(Montagu sale, 1894.) 



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



Similar. 



tyL. Archaistic figure of Athene Promachos to r., hurling javelin; 
in field to r., eagle r. — Rhodian Hemidrachm. 

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

Head of Alexander the Great to r., in elephant-skin. 

36. 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 ; to r., the Ptolemaic eagle on thunderbolt : 

border of dots. — Rhodian Tetradrachm. 

(D r Edde, Alexandria, 1899.) 

Svoronos, p. 7, n° 32 (PI. 11, 10). This coin also mentioned. 

Hill, Handbook, p. 181. 

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. 303 



8215 
PI. 303 



I4O 
907 



112 

7- 2 5 



JE 21 Head of Aphrodite to r., wearing ornamented Stephanos and ear- 
ring. 

J$L. nTOAEMAIOY. Eagle to 1. on thunderbolt; in front, star; 

beneath, H. 

(Sim sale, 1890.) 
Svor., p. 14, n° 75 (PI. vi, 23. 
Num. Chrott., N.S., XI, 1871, p. 231. 

JE21 Similar. 

T$L. Similar; in field to 1., a wreath. 



Svor., p. 14, n° 78 (PI. vi, 24). • 
Mionnet, II, p. 67, n« 44. 
* N° 8214-5 struck in Cyprus. 



(Smyrna, 1891.) 



Period II (B.C. 305-285). 

8216 238 J&28 Head of Alexander the Great to r., in elephant-skin 
pl - 3°3 1542 dots. Countermark, crescent. 



border of 



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. 

(Cairo, 1898.) 
Svoronos, p. 25. n° 159 a (PI. v, 18 ; this coin). 



8217 
PI. 303 



241 
15.61 



JR. 28 Similar ; countermark on cheek, A • 

J$L. Similar legend and type ; in front of Athene, Ptolemaic eagle 
to r. on thunderbolt; in field r., M. — Rhodian Tetradrachm. 

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



8218 
PI. 303 



241.5 jK2$ 
15.65 



Similar ; no countermark. 

J$L. Similar; in field r. TH. — Rhodian Tetradrachm. 

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



(Cairo, 1898.) 



846 



EGYPT 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION' 



8219 
PI. 303 



8220 

PI. 303 



242 
75~68 



240 

1555 



^.28 



JK2S 



8221 
PI. 303 



8222 

PI. 303 



242 
7T68 



242 3 
1 5 . 70 



J&2$ 



J&2$ 



8223 



237 

T 5-35 



^28 



8224 
PI. 303 



242 
77768 



^.28 



822< 



243-3 

15-77 



JR. 28 



Similar. 

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). 

Similar. 

Y$L. Similar; in field 1. W, and r. Al. — Rhodian Tetradrachm. 

(Cairo, 1898.) 



Svor., p. 23, n" 142 a ; this coin (PI. v, 10). 
B. M. Cat., p. 4, n° 24. 



Similar. 



fyl. Similar ; in field 1. Al, and r. fc$J. — Rhodian Tetradrachm. 

(Cairo, 1898.) 
Svor., p. 23, n» 143 •; : this coin (PI. v, 12). 

Similar. 

tyL Similar; in field to 1. K, and 20 r. £. — Rhodian Tetra- 
drachm. 

(Cairo, 1898.) 
Svor., p. 24, n° 146 xa ; this coin (PI. v, 7) 
B. M. Cat., p. 3, no 21 (PI. 1, 5). 

Similar. 

fyL. Similar. — Rhodian Tetradrachm. 



B. M. Cat., p. 3, n° 20. 
Svoronos, p. 53, n° 146 £. 



(W.T. Ready, 1896.) 



Similar. 



l]L. Similar type ; in front of Athene, above, helmet to r. ; below, 

Ptolemaic eagle on thunderbolt to r. ; in field r. X. — Rhodian 

Tetradrachm. 

(Cairo, 1898.) 
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). 



Similar. 

1$L. Similar. — Rhodian Tetradrachm. 



(Cairo, 1894.) 



- 847 - 



EGYPT 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


8226 
PI. 303 


243 


^28 


Similar. 

1$L. Similar; in field r., tf. — Rhodian Tetradrachm. 


15-74 








(Cairo, 1898.) 
Svor., p. 27, no 164 i0 ; this coin (PI. vi, 3). 








Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 4, n<> 32. 


8227 
PI. 303 


241 


iR28 


Similar. 

Similar; in field r., IE. — Rhodian Tetradrachm. 


15.61 








(Cairo, 1898.) 
Svor., p. 28, n' 1 6s 6 ; this coin (PI. vi, 4). 


8228 


243.5 


^.28 


Similar. 


PI. 303 


15.78 




T$L. Similar ; in field r., $. — Rhodian Tetradrachm. 

(Cairo, 1898.) 
Svor., p. 28, no 168 1; ; this coin (PI. vi, 7). 


8229 
PI. 303 


233 


^R28 


Similar. 

tyL. Similar; in field r., Al. — Rhodian Tetradrachm. 


15.09 








(W.H. Waddington, 1893.) 








Svor., p. 29, n° 169 tO ; this coin (PI. VI, 8). 


8230 
PI. 303 


5.2 


JR. 7 


Head of young Herakles in elephant-skin (?). 

J$L. Eagle standing to 1. — Hemiobol. 

(Alexandria, 1898.) 


0.34 


8231 


146 


JE 22 


Head of Alexander the Great to r. in elephant-skin : border of dots. 
^-- da^iac/^x- • Eagle to 1. in front, A on thunderbolt : bord- 


9.46 








er of dots. 








(Luxor, 1894.) 
Cf. Svoronos, p. 34, no 196 (PI. vm, 6). 


8232 
PI. 304 


no. 5 


M 17 


Head of Ptolemy I to r., diademed and wearing aegis. 

r. nTOAEMAlOY ^ A ■ c 1 u «. ♦ 1 11 
1>C. ratiafot ' ^i uac * n g a °t elephants to 1., in which, 


7. 16 








Alexander, as son ofAmmon. holding thunderbolt ; in ex., IKP. 








— Phoen. stater. 








(Fountaine Cabinet ; per L. & L. Hamburger, 1898.) 








Svor., p. 19, no 102 (PI. iv, 4). 








B.M.Cat., Cyrenaica, p. 73, n° 2. 








Struck in Cyrenaica. 



— 848 



EGYPT 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8233 
PI. 304 



27-5 
1.78 



N 10 



Head of Ptolemy I to r., diademed, and wearing aegis ; behind 
head, A. 

„, BA2IAEHI (to r.) _ . , , . , . 

*• nTOAEMAIOY(toi.)- Bgle '° L °" thunderbolt > win S s 
open ; in field to 1. X. — Phoenician Triobol. 

(Osman Noury, 1903.) 



CI. Svoronos. PI. vn, 11. 



8234 
PI. 304 



28 
I. 81 



N 9 



Similar. 



8235 j 27. 3 j iV 10 
PI- 304! 1.77 



8236 
PI. 304 



220 
M-25 



JK26 



8237 
PI. 304 



95 ^ *9 
6.15 



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). 

Similar. 

Similar; legend complete. — Phoenician Triobol. 

(A.O. van Lennep, 1893.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 20, n° 53 (PI. hi, 5). 

Head of Ptolemy I to r., diademed, and wearing aegis : border of 
dots. 

*" "bAII AEH2 Y ' Ea ^ leto l on thunderbolt ; in Held to 1. 
J^p. — Phoenician Tetradrachm. 

(Rollin & Feuardent, 1888.) 
Svor., p. 43, n° 255 xy ; tliis coin (PI. IX, 11). 
B. M. Cat., p. 20, n° 59. 

Head of Berenice to r. : border of dots. 

BEPENIKH2 
fyL. BAIIAIZIHI Club to r. : the whole in wreath: concave field*. 
E 
— Phoenician Didrachm. 

(W. T. Ready, 1899.) 
Svor., p. 51, n° 318 c ; this coin (PI. m, 44). 

* Struck in Cyrenaica ; the monogram is that of the governor Magas, son of 
Berenice and stepson of Soter. 



849 - 



EGYPT 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION* 








Ptolemy II (Philadelphia). 








B.C. 285-246. 


8238 
PI. 304 


219.5 


iR27 


Head of Ptolemy I to r., diademed and wearing aegis : border of 
dots. 


14.22 








IjL. n I?^ 1 E A ^'5 )Y • Eagle standing to 1. on thunderbolt; infield 








to 1. . — Phoenician Tetradrachm. 

A 1 








(Alexandria, 1894.) 








Svor., p. 56, n<» 352 (PI. xi, 25). 








B. M. Cat., p. 18, n° 38. 








Issued after the death of Arsinoe II, B.C. 27 1/70. 


8239 
PI. 304 


II45 


^43 


Head of Zeus to r., diademed : border of dots. 

^" RATIAFOT ' ° ea 8' es ' sic * e ty slc * e > t0 '• ' between legs 


74-19 








of the 1. one, A : border of dots. 








(Gizeh Museum, 1894.) 








Svor., p. 68, no 437 (PI. xvu, 7). 








Mionnet, VI, p. 30, n° 237. 


8240 
PI. 304 


146.5 


JE 23 


Head of Alexander the Great to r., wearing elephant-skin : border 
of dots. 


9-49 








^" BATIAEOT " Eagle to !■ on thunderbolt ; between legs, 








A : border of dots. 








(Luxor, 1894.) 








Svor., p. 69, no 439 (PI. xvn, 14). 


8241 


130.5 


JE 23 


Similar. 
1$L. Similar. 


8.46 








(Gizeh Museum, 1894.) 








Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 21, no 66. 


8242 


135 


JE21 


Similar. 


PI. 304 


8.61 




J$L. Similar ; letter. 



— 850 — 



EGYPT 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8243 
PI. 304 



208.3 
I3-50 



iR27 



8244 

PI. 304 



219-3 
14.21 



J&2-J 



8245 
PI. 304 



274-2 

I7.77 



N 22 



8246 
Pi. 304 



219.8 
14.24 



^25 



Issued after the death of Arsinoe' II, B. C. 271-270. 

Head of Arsinoe to r., wearing stephane, diadem and veil; behind, 
I : border of dots. 



^ 



APIINOHI(to 1.) 



Eagle standing to 1. on thunderbolt, 



4>IAAAEA(J>OY (to r.) 

wings closed ; between eagle's legs, X. — Tetradrachm. 

(H. Hoffmann, 1892.) 
Svoronos, p. 71, n° 456 (PI. xvi, 16 ; this coin). 

Cite. B.C. 285-270. 

Head of Ptolemy I to r., diademed, wearing aegis : border of dots. 
Two countermarks, indistinct. 



^ 



HTOAEMAIOY 



Eagle to 1. on thunderbolt ; in field to r., 



BAIIAEm 

shield ; to 1. ^ : border of dots. — Tetradrachm. 

Svor., p. 79, n° 530 (PI. xii, 4). 



(Cairo, 1894.) 



Ore. B.C. 28 5 -284. 

Head of Ptolemy I to r., diademed and wearing aegis : border of 
dots. 

*£• n I?if A M c A ^ 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, n° 1. 



Circ. B.C. 285-266. 
Similar. 

J$L. Similar type ; in field 1. JC and shield ; to r. A. 



Svor., p. 83, no 552 (PI. xiv, 6). 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 46, no 3 (PI. ix, 2). 

-851 - 



Tetradrachm. 
(Cairo, 1894.) 



107 



EGYPT 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


8247 
PI. 304 


217 


iR27 


Similar. 

tyl. Similar; in field 1. !C and shield ; to r. H. — Tetradrachm. 


14.06 








(Cairo, 1894.) 
Svor., p. 83, n<> 555 is ; this coin (PI. xiv, 8). 


8248 
PI. 304 


271 


JE2S 


Head of Zeus to r., laureate : border of dots. 

p , ITTOAEMAIOY n „ 1 ♦ , .u a u 1 

^" BA2IAEH2 ' * 0n tnun derbolt, wings open ; 


17.56 








between legs, 1 ; in field to 1. !C and shield : border of dots. 








(Luxor, 1894.) 
Svor., p. 86, n° 576 (PI. xm, 19). 

B. M. Cat., PI. iv, 3. 


8249 
PI. 304 


219.3 


J&2$ 


Head of Ptolemy I to r., diademed, wearing aegis : border of dots. 
^" RAllAEni * Eagle to 1. on thunderbolt; between legs, 


14.21 








P ; in field 1. !C and shield : border of dots. — Tetradrachm. 








(Cairo, 1894.) 
(Svor., p. 87, no 591 (PI. xm, 13). 

Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 25, no n. 








Circ. B.C. 271-246. 


8250 
PI. 305 


213.3 


Mil 


AAEA(J>HN. Busts of Ptolemy II, diademed, and Arsinoe II, dia- 
demed and veiled, jugate to r. : border of dots. 


13.82 








tyL. OEHN. Busts of Ptolemy I, diademed, and Berenice I, diademed 
and veiled, jugate, to r. : border of dots. — N Tetradrachm. 








(Al. Michel, London, 1891.) 
Svor., p. 90, no 604, x ; this coin (PI. xiv, 18). 
B.M.Cat., p. 40, no 5. 


8251 
PI. 30s 


254 


M 28 


Head of Zeus to r., laureate: border of dots. 

tj. nTOAEMAlOY n ,., uj L i-ru 1 
^" BA2IAEH5 ' ^ • on ^underbolt ; in field to 1., 

shield : plain border. 


16.45 








Patinated. (Sotheby sale, March, 1888.) 

Svor., p. 91, no 610 (PI. xii, 17). 

B.M.Cat., p. 26, n° 20 (PI. iv, 4). 



— 852 — 



EGYPT 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


8252 


238 


JE 25 


Similar. 

]$L. Similar. 

(Cairo, 1894.) 


15.42 


8253 


270 


JE 27 


Similar. 

T$L. Similar. 

(Cairo, 1894.) 


17-49 


8254 
PI. 305 


275 


£26 


Similar. 

fyL. Similar. 

(Rollin & FeuArdent.) 


17.82 


8255 
PI. 305 


263 


JE 26 


Similar. 

fyL. Similar. 

(A. Hess Nach, Frankfort, 1880.I 


17.04 








Ore. B.C. 280-268. 


8256 
PI. 305 


220.8 


J&26 


Head of Ptolemy I to r., diademed : border of dots. 

*£• n I?x, E ^2 Y • Ea S le to 1. on thunderbolt; in field to 1. H 
and club. — Tetradrachm. 


I4.31 








(Alexandria, 1894.) 
Svor., p. 95, n° 637 ta ; this coin (PI. xix, 9). 
B.M.Cat., p. 9, n° 75 (PI. 11, 3). 








Circ. B.C. 28 5 -283. 


8257 
PI. 305 


IO5.5 


JE 21 


Head of Ptolemy I tor., diademed and wearing aegis : border of 
dots. 


6.84 








^L. [BAIIAE]nZ (to 1.) flTOAEMAlOY (to r.). Head of Libya to 

r., diademed, with formal curls : border of dots. 

(Sotheby sale, 1881.) 
Svor., p. 129, no 855 8 (PI. xxxiv, 6). 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 39, no 17. 
B.M.Cat., Cyrenaica, p. 80, n° 30. 



- 853 - 



EGYPT 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8258 

PL 305 



8259 
PI. 305 



8260 
PI. 305 



826l 
PI. 305 



548-9 
35-5^ 



-^34 



473 
30.64 



^33 



307 
19-59 



JE 30 



33-6 
2.18 



Mil 



8262 
Pi. ;o 5 



208 
!3-47 



JE 29 



I}L. 



. Double cornucopiae, filled with fruit, 



Ptolemy III (Euergetes). 

(B.C. 246-221). 

Head of Arsinoe II to r., wearing diadem, stephane and veil ; 
behind head, 18 (year BBB, 50 = 221 B.C.) : border of dots. 

APIINOHI (to 1.) 
(|>IAAAEA(t>OY (to r.) 

with pendant fillets : border of dots. — Decadrachm. 

(Bompois sale ; lot 2035.) 
Svoronos, p. 144, n° 961 (PL xxvin, 26 ;this coin). 

Head of Zeus Ammon to r., diademed, with uraeus : border of 
dots. 

#- "1?™=!'?* • Eagle tol. on thunderbolt; between legs, 

dA2.\ Ac L12. 

^ ; in field 1. cornucopiae with fillet attached : border of dots. 

(Cairo, 1894.) 
Cf. Svor., p. 146, n° 965 (PL xxix, 20). 

Similar. 

J$L. Similar; between eagle's legs, >fc. 

(Cairo, 1894.) 
Svor., p. 146, n° 966 (PL xxix, 21). 

Commemorative coinage of Berenice I. 
Head of Berenice to r., diademed and veiled : border of dots. 

fy>' DCDcmi/ur • Cornucopiae with pendant fillets, between 
bbrcNIKni 

two stars : border of dots. — Attic N. Hemidrachm. 

(Hoffmann, 1884.) 
Svor., p. 151, n° 981 'a; this coin (PL xxix, 9). 
B.M.Cat., p. 59, n° 4 (PL xiv, 5). 

Coins struck in Cyprus. 

Head of Zeus Ammon to r., diademed, with uraeus : border of 
dots. 

fy" DirucAT • Cultus-statue of Aphrodite, facing, standing 



- 854 - 



EGYPT 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8263 
PI. 30s 



8264 
PI. 305 



8265 
Pl. 305 



8266 
PI. 305 



855 

5 - 54 



iEio. 



428.6 

27.80 



X 26 



204.8 

1327 



^27 



'"5 

72.25 



JE 42 



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. 



Similar. 
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. 

Bust of Ptolemy III. to r., radiate, wearing aegis, and carrying 
trident combined with sceptre : border of dots. 

^" " BAZIAEOI Y ' Cornuc °P iae > fitted and radiate; below, 
A I : 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). 



Busts of Sarapis and Isis to r., jugate : border of dots. 

fy" dat-iac^t- • Eagle to 1., on thunderbolt, looking back; 

on r. wing, double cornucopiae bound with fillet ; between legs, 

Al : border of dots. — Tetradrachm. 

(H. Hoffmann.) 
Svor., p. 179, n° 1 124 c; (this coin) ; PI. xxxvi, 13. 
B.M.Cat., 79, n° 7 (PI. xvm, 8). 
Jameson Cat., PI. xciv, 1824. 



Head of Zeus Amnion to r., diademed : border of dots. 

^" "BAIIAIEni^ Eagle standin S t0 l > on th underbolt; in 



- 855 - 



EGYPT 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








field to 1., cornucopiae bound with fillet ; between legs, Al : 








border of dots. 








(Lord Vernon sale, 1885.) 








Svor., p. 180, n° 1 125 (PI. xxxvi, 17). 


8267 
PI. 306 


33 


JE14. 


Bust of Athene, helmeted, to r. : border of dots. 

^- Cn I?™ r^ Y • Ea S le t0 L ; in front > cornucopiae : border of 
dAzIAcIzz 


2. 13 








dots. 








(Alexandria, 1894.) 
Svor., n° 1 156. 








Ptolemy IV. (Philopator) with Ptolemy V. (Epiphanes). 








B.C. 204-194. 


8268 
PI. 306 


108.3 


A20 


Head of Ptolemy I. to r., diademed and wearing aegis : border of 
dots. 


7.02 








3*» n L°™c^ Y • Ea g le t0 U on thunderbolt ; in field 1., P and 
DAZIAhiiz 








r., : border of dots. — Didrachm. 








(W. S. Lincoln.) 








Svor., p. 199, n° 1216 cB; this coin (PI. xxxvm, 16). 








B.M.Cat., p. 102, no 24. 








Ptolemy V. (Epiphanes). 








B.C. 204-180. 


8269 
PI. 306 


6.5 


^7 


Head of Isis to 1., wearing corn-wreath. 

fyL. Eagle to 1. on serpent. 

(Cairo, 1894.) 
Svor., p. 201, no 1232a (PI. xl, 7 ; this coin). 


0.42 








B.M.Cat., Cyrenaica,p. 58, nos 275/6. 


8270 


6.6 


J&7 


Similar. 
J$L. Similar. 


0.43 








(Cairo, 1894.) 


8271 


4-5 


A6 


Similar. 
J$L. Similar. 


0.29 








(Alexandria, 1898.) 



— 856 — 



EGYPT 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


8272 
PI. 306 


5-5 


A6 


Similar. 

$.. Similar ; in field to 1., cornucopiae. — JR.. 


0.36 








(Alexandria, 1898.) 


8273 
PI. 306 


400 


JE 32 


Head of Isis to r., wearing corn-wreath : border of dots. 

I£. n J A y| E ^nT Y - Eagle t0 li on thunderbok : border of dots - 


25.91 








Centre hole. 








(Sotheby sale, June 1883.) 








Svor., p. 201, n<> 1233 (PI. xl, 10). 








B.M.Cat., p. 93, n°* 67-68 (PI. xxn, j). 


8274 
PI. 306 


238 


^28 


Similar. 

fy-. Similar; BAIIAEH2 indistinct. 


15.42 








(Gizeh Museum, 1894.) 








Svor., p. 202, n<> 1234 (PI. XL, 11). 


8275 
PI. 306 


53 


JE 18 


Similar. 

tyL. Similar; eagle looking back, cornucopiae on shoulder. 


3-43 








(Rollin & Feuardent.) 








Svor., p. 203, n° 1238 (PI. XL, 15). 








Struck at Paphos (Cyprus). 


8276 
PI. 306 


231 


JE 27 


Similar. 

$,. V j| E po2 Y ' Eagle t0 l > ° n thunderbolt > in front > ™ : 


14.56 








border of dots. 








B.M.Cat., p. 89, n° 6 (PI. xxi, 3). 








Svor. (PI. xlvii, 11). 


8277 


263 


JE28 


Similar. Bevelled edge. 

R£. Similar. 

(Sotheby sale, April 1881.) 


17.04 


8278 


266 


JE 27 


Similar. Centre hole. 
T$L. Similar. 


17.23 



857 - 



EGYPT 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8279 



_2J2 
1503 



JE 27 



8280 
PI. 306 



218.8 
14. 1! 



^26 



8281 
PL 306 



220 
14-25 



^.26 



8282 
PI. 306 



221 
14.32 



J&26 



8283 
PI. 306 



43Q-3 
27.87 



#28 



Similar. 
1$L. Similar. 



(Sotheby sale, June 1883.) 



Issued in Cyprus, under the governor Polycrates. 

Head of Ptolemy I. to 1., diademed and wearing aegis : border ot 
dots. 

*" "Iaiiaehz Y " Eagle to '" on ,hunderbolt : in fidd «-. "° ; 

to r., 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. 



Similar. 



Struck at Citium. 



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. 

Similar. 

T$l. Similar. — Tetradrachm. 

(W. S. Lincoln, 1883.) 
Svoronos, p. 201, n° 1235 (PL XL, 7 ; this coin). 

Ptolemy VI. (Philometor). 

B.C. 181-146. 

Commemorative coinage of Arsinoe II. 

Head of Arsinoe II., wearing stephane and veil to r. ; behind, K : 
border of dots. 

^" (blAAAFAtbOY ' D° u M e cornucopiae bound with fillet : 

border of dots. — A7. Octadrachm. 

(H. Khaouam, Cairo, 1898.) 
Svor., p. 223, n° 1374 (PL xlvii, 2). 
Cf. B.M.Cat. PL vni, 8. 



— 858 — 



EGYPT 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8284 



221 
M-32 



^.25 



8285 
PI. 306 



125 

8.10 



JE 21 



8286 
PI. 506 



211 
13-^7 



.K26 



8287 
PI. 506 



218.8 
14.18 



^26 



Struck in Cyprus. 

Head of Ptolemy I. to r., diademed and wearing aegis; border of 
dots. 

fy n I?^, E ^? Y - Eagfe to 1., on thunderbolt; in field to 1., 

BA2I AEi 2 2 



LI ; r., Kl : border of dots. — Tetradrachm. 



(W. S. Lincoln.) 



Svor., p. 227, n° 1 390 ji ; this coin (PI. xlix, 2). 

Joint coinage of Ptolemy VI. and VII. 

Head of Zeus Amnion to r. : border of dots. 

D , nTOAEMAlOY ^ , -i u -i ♦ 1 ♦ r 

i%>. rati a pot ' ° ea S' es Slt * e ^y S1 " e to '•' 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. 

Head of Ptolemy I. to r., diademed, and wearing aegis : border of 
dots. 

^" ° BAIIAEfll Y * ^ k t0 l ' °" lhunderboIt : border of dots « 



— Tetradrachm. 



(W. S. Lincoln, 1883.) 



Svor., p. 245, no 1489 (PI. li, 4). 
Cf. B.M.Cat., PI. xxiv, 4. 



Struck at Citium. 



Similar. 



fyL. Similar ; in field 1., crested helmet, and LAI" (33) and r., Kl : 

border of dots. — Tetradrachm. 

(W. J. Webster.) 
Svor., p. 257, no 1587 t : this coin (PI. lv, 13). 
Cf. B.M.Cat. PI. xx, 2. 



859 ~ 



108 



EGYPT 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


8288 
PI. 306 


102.5 


yR20 


Bust of Ptolemy IV (?) to r., as Dionysos, wearing diadem and 
ivy-wreath ; over shoulder, thyrsos : border of dots. 


6.64 








fy. n I?^!!i , ? Y . Eagle to 1., on thunderbolt, wings open ; in 








front, helmet : border of dots. — Didrachm. 








(Bompois sale, 1882.) 
Svor., pi. liv, 11. 


• 






Ptolemy X. (Soter II, Lathyrus). 








B.C. 116-80. 








Struck at Paphos. 


8289 
PI. 306 


211 .3 


^25 


Head of Ptolemy I. to r., diademed and wearing aegis : border of 
dots. 


13.69 








*£• n I?^. E ^? Y - Ea S le t0 !•> o n thunderbolt ; in field 1., LI 








(10), and r., RA ; border of dots. — Tetradrachm. 








(W. S. Lincoln.) 
Svor., p. 273, n° 1671 (PI. lvii, 12). 


8290 
PI. 306 


217.3 


^22 


Similar. 

tyL. Similar. — Tetradrachm. 


I4.08 








(W. H. Waddington, 1893.) 


8291 
PI. 307 


218.7 


^25 


Similar. 

1$L. Similar, in field 1., LII and r., F1A. — Tetradrachm. 


I4.I7 








(W. S. Lincoln.) 
Svor., p. 274, n° 1677 (PI. lvii, 22). 








B.M.Cat., p. 113, n° 22 (PI. xxvm, 3). 








Cleopatra III, and Ptolemy XI. 








B.C. 107-101. 


8292 
PI. 307 


204.5 


^24 


Head of Ptolemy I. to r., diademed : border of dots. 

tyL. RAyiAFOT " Eagle to 1., on thunderbolt ; in field 1., 


13.25 








, r.; nA. — Tetradrachm. 








1 1 

(Kylikos, Cairo, 1894.) 








Svor., p. 285, n° 173 1 (PI. lvii, 21). 








B.M.Cat., p. 112, n<> 27. 



860 — 



EGYPT 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8293 

PI. 307 



212 

13-73 



A28 



8294 

PI. 307 



103.2 

TJ9 



^.19 



8295 

PI. 307 



29 



JE 13 



I. 



8296 
PI. 507 



317 
20.54 



JE 27 



Ptolemy XI. (Alexander I). 
B.C. 114-88. 

Head of Ptolemy I. to r., diademed : border of dots. 

^" ^ BA2^AEn2° Y • E ' lgle t0 l " ° n thunderbolt ' in field l > 



LB, r., TTA. — Tetradrachm. 

Svor., p. 287, n° 1736 (PI. Lix, 3). 



(1879.) 



Bust of Ptolemy IV. (Philopator) as Dionysos, wearing ivy-wreath, 
and with thyrsos across shoulder : border ot dots. 

$l. n I T| E En? Y ' Eagle to l " on thunderbolt : border of dots - 



— Didrachm. 



(Athens, 1901.) 



Svor., p. 292, n° 1790 (PI. xliii, 23). 



Ptolemy XIII. Auletes (B.C. 80-58, and 55-51). 

Head of Zeus Amnion to r. : border of dots. 

1$L. Inscr. indistinct. Headdress of Isis : border of dots. 

(Alexandria, 1894.) 
Svoronos, p. 304, n° 1845 (PI. lxi, 32). 

Cleopatra VII. (B.C. 52-30). 

Bust of Cleopatra VII to r., diademed : border of dots. 

$L. KAE0HATPA2 BA2[IA22H2]. Eagle to 1., on thunderbolt ; 
to 1., double cornucopiae ; to r., n. 

(Lord Vernon sale, 1885.) 
Minted at Alexandria. 
B.M.Cat., Ptolemies, p. 123, n° 4 (PL xxx, 7). 
Svor., p. 311, no 1873 (PL lxiii, 4). 



— 861 



EGYPT 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Cleopatra and Mark Antony. 




8297 
PI. 307 


170 


&2% 


BACIA 

06A : plain border. 
N€ 




II. 01 








ANTO 
H*)L. YnA : plain border. 

r 

Svor., p. 317, no 1899 (PI- LXIII, 26). 
Mionnet, VI, p. 33, n° 268. 


(1901.) 



862 — 



EGYPT 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








ALEXANDRIA 








R.S. Poole, B.M.Cat., Alexandria, 1892. 








G. Dattari, Numi Augg. Alexandriani, Cairo, 1901. 








Imperial Coinage. 








Augustus. 








B.C. 30— A. D. 14. 


8298 
PI. 307 


32 


JE 15 


KAI ZAP. Head of Augustus to r., laureate : border of dots. 
tyL. 2EBA2TI. Crescent and star : border of dots. 


2.07 








(W. S. Lincoln, 1887.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 2, no 8. 








Dattari, n° n (PI. xxvni). 


8299 


29 


JE 14 


Similar. 
J$L. Similar. 


1.88 








(Constantinople, 1 89 1 .) 


8300 
PI. 307 


96.5 


JE 21 


2EBAZTY. Round altar, bound with garland; on either side, 
laurel : border of dots. 


6.25 








fyL. within laurel-wreath : border of dots. 








(Constantinople, 1891.) 








B.M.Cat., p. 3, n<> 17 (PI. xxxi). 








Dattari, no 16 (PI. xxvn). 








Livia. 








Ob. A.D. 29. 








Years of Tiberius. 


8301 
PI. 307 


27 


JE 12 


Head of Livia ; hair tied in knot behind. 

fyL. Ears of corn and poppy-heads tied together; in field, [P] E 


i-75 








(year 5). 

(W. S. Lincoln, 1887.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 8, no 62. 








Dattari, p. 6, n° 106. 



— 863 — 



EGYPT 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Tiberius. 








A.D. 14-37. 


8302 
PI. 307 


202 


Billon. 
25 


TIBEPI[OI KAI2AP 2 EBA] 2T02. Head of Tiberius to r., laur- 
eate ; in front, l_ z (year 7 of Tiberius) : border of dots. 


I3.O9 








T$L. [9]E02 2EBA2T02. Head of Augustus to r., radiate : border 








of dots. — Tetradrachm. 








(Argyropoulos, 1892.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 6, n° 38. 








Dattari, n° 78. 


8303 


173 


Billon. 
25 


TIBEPI02.-2EBA2T02. Similar. 

fy. 0E02 2EBA2T02. Similar. — Tetradrachm. 


II .21 








(Gizeh Museum, 1894.) 


8304 
PI. 307 


I98 


Billon. 
25 


TIBEPI02 KAI2AP2EBA [2T02J. Similar head; in front, L'^ 
(year 14). 


12.83 








$L. 0EO2 2EBA2T02. Head of Augustus to 1., radiate : border 








of dots. — Tetradrachm. 








(Argyropoulos, 1883.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 6, n° 39. 








Dattari, n° 80. 








Claudius. 








A.D. 41-54. 


8305 
PI. 307 


205 


Billon. 
25 


TIKAAYAI KAI2 2 EBArEPMANI AYTOK. Head of Claudius to r., 
laureate ; in front, LA (year 4) : border of dots. 


I3.28 








fyL ME22A AINAKAI2 2EBA- Messalina, as Demeter, standing to 








1., veiled, and clad in chiton and peplos, holds on 1. hand, two 








small figures of her children ; under 1. arm, ears of corn ; 1. 








rests on column ; in field to 1., lituus : border of dots. — Tetra- 








drachm. 








(Argyropoulos, 1882.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 10, no 73. 








Dattari, no 126. 



— 864 — 



EGYPT 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION' 


8306 
PI. 307 


76 


JE 20 


Tl KAA>V KAI CEBAC T€PM]. Head of Claudius to r., laureate. 
fyL. AVTO [KPA]. Hippopotamus to r. ; in ex. IT (year 3). 


4.92 








(Gizeh Museum, 1894.) 








B.M.Cat., Alexandria, p. 12, n° 98. 








Dattari, n° 162 (PI. xxxn). 


8307 
PI. 507 


1175 


JE 23 


Tl] KAAY KAI C€BACT [r€PM . Head of Claudius to r., laureate ; 
in front, LI (year 10) : border of dots. 


7.61 








VjL. AYTOKPA. Winged caduceus and four ears of corn, tied 








together. 

(Gizeh Museum, 1894.) 
B.M.Cat , p. 12, n° 99. 








Dattari, n° 140. 








Nero. 








A.D. 54-68. 


8308 
PI. 507 


197 


Billon. 
25 


N6PHN KAAYKAI2 IEBI"EP AY. Bust ofNerotol., radiate, wearing 
aegis; in front, L ir (year 13). 


12.76 








l^L. TIBEPIOI KAIIAP. Head of Tiberius to r., laureate : border 








of dots. — Tetradrachm. 








(Argyropoulos, 1883.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 15, n° 114. 








Dattari, n° 185. 


8309 


192 


Billon. 
23 


Similar; date L ,A (year 14). 

^l. AI02 [OAY] MniOY. Bust of Zeus Olympius to r., laureate ; 


12.44 








in front, star. — Tetradrachm. 








(Gizeh Museum, 1894.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 16, n" 127. 








Dattari, n° 256 (PI. xxv). 


8310 


193 


Billon. 
23 


Similar; date and inscr. partly illegible. 

fyL. HP[A] APTEIA. Bust of Hera to r., wearing stephane and veil. 


12. 50 








— Tetradrachm. 








(Gizeh Museum, 1894.) 








B.M.Cat., p. 17, n° 132. 








Dattari, n° 234. 



86s 



EGYPT 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



83 I I 

PI. 307 



8312 



83I3 
PI. 307 



83I4 



8315 
PI. 307 



202 



I3.O9 



Billon 
24 



198 
12.83 



Billon 
24 



192 
12.44 



190 
12.31 



"3 

7-32 



Billon. 
24 



Billon 
24 



JE 24 



Similar ; date L IA (14) ; legend partly indistinct. 

I£. AnOAAHN riYODOI]. Bust of Apollo to r., laureate, with 
quiver at shoulder ; in front, star. — Tetradrachm. 

(Gizeh Museum, 1894.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 8, n° 142. 
Dattari, n° 208. 

Similar; type to r. ; no date. 

I$L. AYTOKPA. Bust of Alexandria to r., wearing elephant-skin ; in 
field to r., LIB (year 12). — Tetradrachm. 

(Gizeh Museum, 1894.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 20, n° 163. 

Dattari, n° 204. 

Otho. 
A.D. 69. Jan. 15 — April 16. 

AYTOK MAPK [OOHNOI KAII] 2EB. Head of Otho to r., laur- 
eate; in front, L A (1). 

fyL. AAEZAN [APEA]. Bust of Alexandria to r., wearing elephant- 
skin : border of dots. — Tetradrachm. 

(Argyropoulos, 1883.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 25, n° 212 (PI. xxiv). 
Dattari, n<> 324. 

Vespasian. 

A.D. 69-79. 

AYTOK KAII IEBA0YE2TTAIIA NOY. Head of Vespasian to r., 
laureate; in front, L H (year 8) : border of dots. 

fy. AYTOKPATHP TITOZ KAI2AP. Head of Titus to r., laureate : 

border of dots. — Tetradrachm. 

(Dattari, Cairo, 1894.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 28, n° 225 (PI. xxxn). 
Dattari, n° 347 (PI. 11). 

AYTOK KAII 2EBIA0VE2] DAIIANOY. Head of Vespasian to r., 
laureate. 



866 — 



EGYPT 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size . 



DESCRIPTION 



8316 



83I7 
PI. 308 



121 



100 



JE 24 



JE 22 



8318 
Pi. 308 



105 
6.80 



& 25 



8319 
Pi. 308 



201 
13.02 



Billon 
24 



fyL. Bust oflsis to r., wearing disk, horns and taenia; in front, L s 

(year 6) : border of dots. 

(Gizeh Museum, 1894.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 32, n° 265. 

Dattari, n° 585. 

Similar; [AY]TOK KAII lEBAOYEinAIIANOY : border of dots. 
T$L. Similar. 



B.M.Cat., p. 32, n° 266. 



(Gizeh Museum, 1894.) 



AYTOK KAIZAPOI OYEinAIIANOY. Head of Vespasian to r., 
laureate: border of dots. 

fyL ZEBAITOY L ENAT. Bust of Alexandria to r., wearing ele- 
phant-skin : border of dots. 

(O. Vitalini, Rome, 1894.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 33, n° 272. 
Dattari, n° 370. 

Domitian. 
A.D. 81-96. 

AYT KAIIAP AOMITIANOI 2EB. Head of Domitian to r., laur- 
eate : border of dots. 

fyL ETOV1 TPITOY. Bust of Sarapis to r., wearing modius and 
taenia : border of dots. 

(Gizeh Museum, 1894.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 37, no joj, 

Dattari, n° 528. 

Trajan. 
A.D. 98-117. 

AYT TPAIANC €B T€PM AAKIK. Head of Trajan to r., laureate : 
border of dots. 

1$L. Agathodaemon serpent to r., wearing skhent ; enfolds winged 
caduceus and corn-stalk; in ex., LIE (year 15): border of dots. 
— Tetradrachm. 

(Argyropoulos, 1883.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 47, n° 391. 

Dattari, n° 697. 



— 867 — 



109 



EGYPT 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 




8320 


102 


Billon. 
23 


Similar. 

fyL. Similar ; no date. 

(Gizeh Museum.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 60, n° 501. 




6.6l 




8321 


360 


Billon. 
34 


. • .C€B T€PM AAK. Head of Trajan, laureate, to r. : border of dots. 

1$L. Emperor in quadriga to r. : border of dots. 

(Luxor, 1894.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 62, n<> 521. 




23.32 










Hadrian. 










A.D. 117-138. 










BILLON. 




8322 


197 


Billon. 
23 


AVT KAIC TPAIANOC AAPIANOC C€B. Head of Hadrian to 1., 
laureate : border of dots. 




PI. 308 


12.76 










tyL. L6NN6AKA. Bust of Sarapis to r., wears taenia and modius. 










— Tetradrachm. 

(Argyropoulos, 1883.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 73, n<> 609 (PI. xm). 
Dattari, no 146s (PI. xxn). 




8323 


200 


Billon. 
23 


AYT KAI TPAI AAPIA C€B. Bust of Hadrian to r., laureate : 
border of dots. 




PI. 308 


12.96 










T$L. L A6KAT0Y. Sarapis standing to 1., wearing modius ; at his 
feet, Kerberos; his 1. resting on sceptre : border of dots. — 










Tetradrachm. 

(Argyropoulos, 1883.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 74, n° 614. 
Dattari, no 1471. 




8324 


200 


Billon. 
24 


AVT KAI TPAIAAPIAC€B. Bust to r., laureate; wears paludamen- 
tum, cuirass and aegis : border of dots. 




PI. 308 


12.96 










tyL. LA€KATOY. Canopus of Osiris. — Tetradrachm. 










(Argyropoulos, Athens, 1883.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 75, no 630. 
Mionnet, VI, p. 160, no 962. 





868 — 



EGYPT 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8325 
PI. 308 



8326 
PI. 308 



8327 
PI. 308 



8328 
PI. 308 



8329 



208 
13-47 



187 
12. II 



183 
II.85 



190 
12.31 



Billon, 
24 



Billon, 
27 



Billon 
24 



Billon 
25 



20 r 
13.02 



Billon, 
24 



AVT KAI TPAI AAPIA C6B. Bust to r., laureate ; wears paludamen- 
tum, cuirass and aegis : border of dots. 

fyL. L I A. Bust of Helios to r., radiate. — Tetradrachm. 

(Argyropoulos, 1883.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 71, n° 584. 
Mionnet, VI, p. 172, n°i075. 
Dattari, n° 138s (PI. xm). 

AVT KAI TPAI AAPIA C€B- Similar. 

T$L. LENAEKATOY.Elpis standing to 1., clad in chiton and peplos, 

holds flower in r., and raises chiton with r. : border of dots. — 

Tetradrachm. 

(Dattari, Cairo, 1894.) 
B.M. Cat., p. 72, n° 595. 
Dattari, n° 1370. 

Similar. 

fyL. L AG0A€KATOY. Phtha, mummiform, to r., wearing disk, 
holds with both hands sceptre, body covered with diagonal 
pattern : border of dots. — Tetradrachm. 

(Dattari, 1894.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 76, n° 637 (PI. xxm). 
Dattari, n° 1445 (PI. xxi). 

AVT KAIC TPAAAPIANOC C€B. Head of Hadrian to 1., laureate: 
border of dots. 

fyL. 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 r. — Tetradrachm. 

(Dattari, Cairo, 1894.) 
Cf. B. M. Cat., p. 77, n° 649. 
Dattari, n° 1436. 

AVT KAIC TPAIAN AAPIANOC C€B. Bust of Hadrian to r., wear- 
ing paludamentum, cuirass and aegis : border of dots. 

J$L. L IZ (17). Similar type. — Tetradrachm. 

(Argyropoulos, 1883.) 
B.M. Cat., p. 77, no 648. 



869 — 



EGYPT 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



833O 
PI. 308 



210 
13.60 



833I 
PI. 308 



208 

13-47 



8332 



8333 
PI. 308 



8334 



8335 
Pi. 308 



166 
10.75 



24-5 
1.59 



136 



Billon 

24 



Billon 
24 



JE 29 



JE 14 



JE 24 



126.5 

"8720~ 



^25 



AVT KAIC TPA AAPIANOC C€B. Head of Hadrian to r., laureate: 
border of dots. 

LKB (22). Similar type : border of dots. — Tetradrachm. 

(Dattari, Cairo, 1894.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 77, n° 651. 
Dattari, n° 1437. 

AVT KAI TPAI AAPIA C€B. Bust of Hadrian to r., wearing palu- 
damentum, and cuirass : border of dots. 

I$L. LA6KAT0Y. Eagle tor., wings closed : border of dots. — Tetra- 
drachm. 

(Kylikos, Cairo, 1894.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 78, n° 659. 
Dattari, n° 1567. 



Bronze. 

Inscr. illegible. Head of Hadrian to r., laureate. 

J$L. Isis Pharia to r., holds inflated sail with both hands and 1. 

foot : border of dots. 

(Gizeh Museum, 1894.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 89, n° 754. 

No inscr. Head of Hadrian to r., laureate : plain border. 

1$L. Pan, with goat's legs, walking to 1., r. extended, in 1., pedum ; 

nebris over 1. arm ; in field, LIA (n) : plain border. 

(L. d'Avierino, 1894.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 83, n° 700. 
Dattari, n° 181 6. 

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. 

...TPAI AAPIA C€B. Head of Hadrian to r., laureate : border of 
dots. 



870 



EGYPT 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION' 



8336 

PI. 308 



8339 



8340 
PI. 308 



355 
23.00 



JE 35 



8337 I 376 
24.36 



^35 



8338 J 383 
24.81 



^35 



286 
18.53 



^34 



403 
26.4 



JE 35 



Y$L. ■ • -ENAEKA- • Y. Bull butting to r. : border of dots. 



B.M.Cat., p. 95, n° 815. 
Dattari, n° 2046. 



(Gizeh Museum, 1894.) 



AVT KAI TPAIAAPIA C€B. Bust of Hadrian to r., laureate ; wears 
paludamentum : border of dots. 

J$L. Xilus recumbent to 1., crowned with lotus, himation over lower 

limbs, holding in r., comucopiae, from which springs infant 

genius, and in I., reed; rests on crocodile; above IS ; in ex., 

LAG0A€K : border of dots. 

(Luxor, 1894.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 92, n<> 783. 
Dattari, no 1806. 

Similar. 



fyL. Similar; under 1. arm of Xilus, hippopotamus to r. 



Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 92, n° 786. 
Dattari, n° 1796 (PI. xix). 



(Luxor, 1894.) 



(Luxor, 1894.) 



Similar. 

Y$L. Similar; on rocks, hippopotamus; date, L IS (16). 
B. M. Cat., p. 93, no 792 (PI. xx). 

Inscr. illegible. Head of Hadrian to r. ; laureate : border of dots. 

fyL. L A (4). Emperor in quadriga of horses to r. ; holds laurel- 
branch and aquila : border of dots. 



B. M. Cat., p. 100, no 865. 
Dattari, n° 1587. 



(Gizeh Museum.) 



AVT KAI TPAI AAPIA C€B. Bust of Hadrian to r., laureate, wear- 
ing paludamentum and cuirass. 

1$L. Ll€ (15). Emperor standing to 1., laureate, holding sceptre in 1., 

which he extends to Alexandria, who kisses it ; she wears peplos 

and chiton, and holds in 1., corn : border of dots. 

(Luxor, 1894.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 101, no 870 (PI. xxvn). 



871 



EGYPT 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


8 34 I 


388 


^35 


Similar. 

tyL. Similar. 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 


25.14 


8342 
PI. 309 


86 


JE 20 


AVT KAIC TPA AAPIANOC C€B. Head of Hadrian tor., laureate : 
border of dots. 


5-57 








tyL. L KA. Modius with poppies and corn; to r., torch ; in ex., 








LKA (21) : border of dots. 

(Gizeh Museum, 1904.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 105, n<> 903. 
Dattari, n° 1295. 


8343 
PI. 309 


18 


M 11 


Head of Hadrian to r., laureate : border of dots. 

tyL. LI A. Eight-rayed star : border of dots. 

(Booker, 1885.) 
Dattari, n° 1942 (PI. xxvm). 


1.16 








Antinous. 








BRONZE. 


8344 
PI. 309 


442 


^34 


, (indistinct). Bust of Antinous to r., draped. 


28.64 








1$L. LIO (19). Antinous as Hermes on horseback to r., holding 








caduceus. 

(Kylikos, Cairo, 1899.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 107, n° 925. 
Dattari, n° 2080. 


8345 
PI. 309 


30 


JE 12 


No inscr. Bust of Antinous to r., draped. 

fy.. LKA (21). Caduceus. 

(Corfu, 1888.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 107, no 926. 


1.94 








Antoninus Pius. 








A.D.138-161. 








BILLON. 


8346 
PI. 309 


200 


Billon. 
24 


AVT KT AIAAAP ANTC0Nl[NOC]. Head of Antoninus, bare, to r. 


12.96 



— 872 — 



EGYPT 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8347 

PI. 309 



8348 

PI. 309 



8349 

PI. 309 



293 
18.98 



JE 32 



433 
28.05 



JE36 



290 
18^9 



JE 32 



8350 
PI. 309 



385 
24.94 



^34 



fyL. L TPITOY. Eirene standing to 1., holding in r. corn, and in 1. 

caduceus : border of dots. — Tetradrachm. 

(Dattari, Cairo, 1894.) 
B.M.Cat., p. in, n°959. 

BRONZE. 

Inscr. illegible. Head of Antoninus Pius to r., laureate. 

Y$L. Bust of Aphrodite to 1., wearing stephane ; beneath, bull but- 
ting to 1. ; above, star. 

(Kylikos, Cairo, 1894.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 127, no 1080 (PI. xn). 
Dattari, n° 2959. 

AVT K TAIAAAP ANTC0N€IN[OC C€B]. Head of Antoninus Pius 
to r., laureate : border of dots. 

!$£.. Jugate heads to r. of Zeus Sarapis, laureate and wearing 

modius, and Isis, wearing uraeus ; in front, palm-branch : within 

border of dots. 

(Florence, 1881.) 
Cf. Mionnel, S. IX, p. 76, n« 296. 
Cf. F. Feuardent, Coll. Demetrio, p. 107, n° 161 1. 
Cf. Dattari, p. 183, n os 2854-55. 

...-TAIA AAP ANTCONINOC. Bust of Antoninus Pius to r., 
laureate. 

fyL. LKA ( 2 4)- Bust of Sarapis to r., wearing modius; beneath, 

ram to r. ; in front, altar : plain border. 

(Dr Imhoof, 1 89 1.) 
Dattari, p. 182, n° 2835. 

AVT KAIA AAP ANTC0N6INOC C€B€YC. Bust of Antoninus Pius 
to r., laureate, wearing paludamentum, cuirass and aegis : plain 
border. 

tyL. L€NATOY. Nilus seated to 1., holding cornucopiae in r. and 
reed in 1. ; at his side, crocodile to r. : border of dots. 

(Sotheby sale, 1888.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 136, n° 1147 (PI. xix). 



873 



EGYPT 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


8351 
PI. 309 

(Rev.) 


340 


^33 


Inscr. illegible. Head of Antoninus to r., laureate. 

fyL. Bust of Selene to r., within horns of crescent moon; beneath, 


22.03 








crab. (The Moon in Cancer). 








(Kylikos, Cairo, 1894.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 127, n° 1082 (PI. xn). 
Dattari, n° 2963 (PI. xxvi). 


8352 
PI. 309 
(Rev.) 


362 


^35 


[AVT] KAIA AAP ANTCONINOC. Head, as on preceding coin. 

tyL. Bust of Helios to r., radiate ; beneath, lion rushing to r. ; 


23.45 








above head, star. (The Sun in Leo) : border of dots. 








(Kylikos, Cairo, 1894.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 127, n° 1084 (PI. xn). 
Dattari, n° 2965 (PI. xxvi). 


8353 


298 


^35 


Inscr. partly illegible. Similar. 

T$L. Bust of Kronos to 1., with globe on head, veiled ; behind 1. 


19.31 








shoulder, falx ; beneath, youth swimming to 1., looking back, 
holding in both hands amphora ; above head, star. (Saturn in 








Aquarius). 

(Kylikos, Cairo, 1894.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 128, no 1088 (PI. xn). 
Dattari, no 2978 (PI. xxvi); 


8354 


307 


^34 


Similar. 

T$L. Bust of Zeus to r., laureate ; across shoulder, sceptre ; beneath, 


19.89 








fishes r. and 1. (Jupiter in Pisces). 

(Kylikos, Cairo, 1894.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 128, n° 1090 (PI. xn). 
Dattari, n° 2980. 


8355 


315 


£•33 


Similar. 

~$L. LACOA6KATOV. Isis Pharia to r., holding inflated sail with 


20.41 








both hands and r. foot ; in front, Pharos, surmounted with sta- 








tue of Isis Pharia. 








(Gizeh Museum, 1894.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 132, n° n 20. 



- 874 



EGYPT 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8356 



8357 

PI. 309 



8358 

PI. 309 



8359 

PI. 309 

(Ra:) 



8360 
PI. 309 
(Rev.) 



306 
79T82 



JE 32 



28 



JE 13 



348 
22.56 



JE 32 



483 
31.29 



JE 35 



JE 32 



Similar. 

1$L. L€N A6KATOV. Isis seated to r., wearing horns, disk and 

plumes, and chiton with mantle, suckling Harpokrates. 

(Gizeh Museum, 1894.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 133, n° 1126. 
Dattari, n° 2651. 

No inscr. Head of Antoninus Pius or Hadrian to r., laureate. 

fy. L I A (14). Head-dress oflsis. 

(L. d'Avierino, Alexandria, 1894.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 144, n° 121 1. 

Marcus Aurelius. 
A.D.161-180. 

BRONZE. 

MAYPHAIOC ANTCONINOC]. Bust of M. Aurelius to r., laureate 
and draped : border of dots. 

tyL. MONH TA. Moneta standing to 1., clad in chiton with diplo'i's, 

and holding scales and sceptre ; in field T ; to r., small altar, on 

which, figure of Nike to 1., holding wreath and palm-branch : 

border of dots. 

(Alex. Grant sale, 1890.) 
Feuardent, Coll. Danetrio, p. 141, n° 2020. 
Cf. Dattari, p. 230, n° 3477 bis. 

Similar. 

tyL. 6V0HNIA. Euthenia standing to 1., holding ears of corn and 
comucopiae ; in field, L T (3) : plain border. 

(Gizeh Museum, 1894.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 158, n° 1302. 

Cf. Dattari, n° 3453. 

MAVPHAIOC Bust of M. Aurelius tor., laureate. 

fyL. Euthenia recumbent to 1., wreathed with corn and wearing 

uraeus ; holds in r. three ears of corn, and rests 1. on an andro- 

sphinx (?) date uncertain : border of dots. 

(Gizeh Museum, 1894.) 
Dattari, n° 3457. 



-875 



no 



EGYPT 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Commodus. 








A.D.180-191. 








BILLON. 


8361 
PI. 310 


182 


Billon. 
23 


MAK OMANTGO C6B6Y C€B. Head of Commodus to r., laureate. 

J$L. Pharos represented as a square tower seen from an angle, sur- 
mounted by perforated lantern, upon which, statue on base ; 
to r. of lighthouse, ship to r., sailing over waves ; in ex. L KO. 

(Gizeh Museum, 1894.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 179, n° 1439 (PI. xxix). 


II.79 


8362 
PI. 310 


207 


Billon. 
25 


MA KOMAN Similar. 

TT€PI 
1$L. Within laurel-wreath OA- A€ : border of dots. 

KA€T 

(Gizeh Museum, 1894.) 

B.M.Cat., p. 180, n° 1442 (PI. xxxi). 
Dattari, n° 3901 (PI. xxvn). 


13.41 








Geta. 








A. D. 198-209. 


8363 
PI. 309 


105 


Billon. 
20 


[rTC€]nTIMIOC TE TAC KA[ICAP]. Bare-headed bust of Geta to r., 
draped with paludamentum. 


6.80 








I$L. Horse galloping to r. ; the rider has the form of a serpent, and 

appears to hold a spear with which he is attacking a prostrate foe 

beneath the horse's feet ; in field, 0. 

(1891.) 
Dattari, p. 281, n° 4079. 








Severus Alexander. 








A. D. 222-235. 


8364 
PI. 310 


222 


Billon. 
26 


A KAIMAVPC€OVHP AA€2ANAPOC €VC€B. Head of Severus 
Alexander to r., laureate and draped : border of dots. 


I4.38 








tyL. L TT€MnTOY. Sarapis standing to 1., wearing modius, his r. 

hand raised, in 1. sceptre, held transversely : border of dots. 

(Dattari, Cairo, 1894.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 212, n«> 1659. 
Dattari, no 4357 (PI. xxn). 



876 



EGYPT 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION' 



8365 

PI. 310 



8366 

PI. 310 



8367 

PI. 310 



8368 

PI. 310 



179 

II .60 



Billon, 
23 



226 
14.64 



Billon. 
24 



195 
12.63 



Billon. 
24 



199 
12.89 



Billon, 



Similar ; emperor wearing paludamentum and cuirass. 

1^,. LI A (11). Asklepios standing to I., holding phiale over altar 

garlanded, and serpent-staff; behind, palm. 

(W.T. Ready.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 208, n° 1612. 
Dattari, 11° 4269. 



Maximinus. 
A. D. 235-238. 

AVTOMAl IMINOC €VC€B. Bust of Maximinus to r., laureate, 
wearing paludamentum, cuirass and aegis : border of dots. 

tyL. LT (13). Bust of Asklepios to r., laureate; on 1. 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. 

TIOVAOV HP MAI IMOCKAY. Bust of Maximus to r., head bare, 
wearing paludamentum and cuirass : border of dots. 

I$L. LT (3). Bust of Asklepios to r., laureate; in front, serpent- 
staff : border of dots. 

(W.T. Ready.) 
Dattari, p. 316, 1104615. 

Gordianus III. Pius. 
A. D. 238-244. 

AKMANTOPAIANOC €VC Bust of Gordian III. to r., laureate, 
wearing paludamentum and cuirass : plain border. 

T$L. L A (4). Asklepios standing to 1., laureate; holds phiale over 
garlanded altar, and serpent-staff : border of dots. 

(W. T. Ready.) 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 242, n° 1867. 
Dattari, n° 4702. 



877 - 



EGYPT 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


8369 


188 


Billon. 
21 


Similar. 

fyL. L s (6). Homonoia standing to 1., r. arm raised; holds in 1., 


I2.I8 








double cornucopiae. 

B.M.Cat., p. 243, n° 1878. 


8370 


198 


Billon. 
24 


Similar. 

fyL. L A (4). Eagle to 1., looking back, with wreath in beak. 

Dattari, n° 4808. 


12.83 








Philippus Senior. 








A. D. 244-249. 


8371 


186 


Billon. 
22 


AK MIOV <J)IAinnOC €VC€. Bust of Philip Sen. to r., laureate, 
wearing paludamentum and cuirass : border of dots. 


12.05 








J$L. LA (4). Elpis standing to 1., holds flower in r., and raises with 

1. skirt of chiton : border of dots. 

B.M.Cat., p. 253, n° 1957. 


8372 
PI. 310 


248 


Billon. 
24 


AKMIOV<j)IAinnOC€VC€B. Similar. 

tyL. LI". Eagle to 1., looking back, holding wreath in beak : border 

of dots. 

B.M.Cat., p. 258, n° 1994. 


16.07 








Trajanus Decius. 








A. D. 249-25 1. 


8373 
PI. 310 


199 


Billon. 
23 


AKrKM A6KIOC TPAIANOC CSV. Bust of Trajan Decius to r., 
laureate, wearing paludamentum and cuirass: border of dots. 


12.89 








H$L. LA (1). Asklepios, standing to 1., laureate, holding phiale over 

altar, and resting 1. on serpent-staff: border of dots. 
Cf. B.M.Cat., p. 269, n° 2072. 








Herennius Etruscus. 








Caesar. 








A.D. 249-25 1. 


8374 
PI. 310 


196 


Billon. 
23 


K€P€€TPM€CA€KIOC KA1C. Bust of Herennius Etruscus to r., 


12.70 



878 



EGYPT 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8375 
PI. 310 



8376 
PI. 310 



8377 
PI. 310 



183 
II.85 



Billon. 
24 



167 



10.82 



Billon. 
22 



180 
11.66 



Billon. 
22 



head bare ; wears paludamentum, cuirass and aegis : border of 
dots. 

1$L. L B (2). Roma standingtol., wears helmet and cuirass, chlamys 

over 1. 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. 

AK["OVIBTP€BrAAAOC €VC€B. Bust of Trebonianus Gallus to r., 
laureate, wearing paludamentum and cuirass : border of dots. 

fyL. 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. 

AKrA<t>rAABBOAOVCIANOC 6VC. Bust of Volusian to r., laureate, 
wearing paludamentum, cuirass and aegis : border of dots. 

fyL. LI" (3). Bust of Asklepios to r., laureate ; in front, serpent-staff : 
border of ylots. 

B.M.Cat., p. 276, no 2109. 

Valerianus. 
A. D. 253-260. 

AK MAIOVAA€PIANOC €Y€YC (sic). Bust of Valerianus to r., 
laureate, wearing paludamentum, cuirass and aegis : border of 
dots. 

fyL L A (4). Eagle to 1., looking back, holding wreath in beak : 
border of dots. 

B.M.Cat., p. 280, n° 2142. 



- 879 - 



EGYPT 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Gallienus. 








A. D. 260-268. 


8378 
PI. 310 


140 


Billon. 
22 


AVT KIT AIK TAAAIHNOC C€B. Bust of Gallienus to r., laureate, 
wearing cuirass : border of dots. 


9.07 








1$L. LIB (to 1.) (12). Athene standing facing, head 1., resting on 








sceptre and placing hand on shield adorned with head of Gorgon ; 








in field to r., palm : border of dots. 








Fine green patina. 

(Gizeh Museum.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 283, n° 2164. 


8379 


151 


Billon. 
22 


Similar. 

1$L. L IA (14). Nike advancing to r., clad in chiton with diploi's, holds 


9.78 








wreath with both hands, palm over 1. shoulder : border of dots. 








B.M.Cat., p. 286, n° 2196. 


8380 


137 


Billon. 
22 


Similar. 

fyi. L IA (14). Eagle to 1., looking back, holding wreath in beak ; to 


8.87 








r., palm : border of dots. 








B.M.Cat., p. 290, n° 2228. 


8381 
PI. 310 


138 


Billon. 
22 


Similar. 

^L. L IB (12). Eagle facing, head 1., supporting on outspread wings, 


8.94 








laurel-wreath ; to r., palm : border of dots. 








B.M.Cat., p. 291, n° 2237 (PI. xxv). 


8382 
PI. 310 


149 


Billon. 
22 


Similar ; Emperor wears paludamentum and cuirass : border of 
dots. 


9.65 








A€KA 








^. Within laurel-wreath € ™?' • 

CKV 








PIOV 








B.M.Cat., p. 291, no 2240 (PI. xxxi). 








Salonina. 


8383 
PI. 310 


164 


Billon. 
21 


KOPNHAIA CAACON €INA C€B. Bust of Salonina to r., wearing 
stephane. 


IO.62 



— 880 



EGYPT 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 1 








1$L. U A (14). Elpis standing to 1., holding flower in r., and with 1. 








raising skirt of chiton ; in front, palm. 








B.M.Cat., p. 293, n° 2255. 


8384 


155 


Billon. 
22 


Similar : border of dots. 

tyL. L IA (14)- Tyche standing to 1., wearing modius, holding rudder 


IO.04 








in r. and cornucopiae in 1. ; to r., palm : border of dots. 








B.M.Cat., p. 294, n° 2263. 


8385 
PI. 310 


159 


Billon. 
22 


Similar. 

tyL. L IA (14). Homonoia seated to 1., wearing stephane ; r. arm 


10. 30 








raised; in 1., double cornucopiae : border of dots. 








B.M.Cat., p. 293, n° 2257. 


8386 
PI. 311 


174 


Billon. 

22 


Similar. 

fyL. L IA (14)- Eagle to 1. holding wreath in beak; behind, palm : 


1 1 .27 








border of dots. 








B.M.Cat., p. 295, n° 2278. 








Saloninus Caesar. 








A. D. 253-260. 


8387 


160 


Billon. 
23 


DOM KOP CAVAA 6PIAN0C K C€B. Bust of Saloninus, head bare, 
to r., wearing paludamentum and cuirass : border of dots. 


10.36 








tyL. LZ (7). Eagle to 1., looking back : border of dots. 








B.M.Cat., p. 298, n° 2297. 








Claudius II. 








A. D. 268-270. 


8388 


150 


Billon. 
21 


AVTK KAAVAIOC C€B. Bust of Claudius II. to r., wearing cuir- 
ass : border of dots. 


9.72 








fyL. L B (2). Dikaiosyne seated to 1., holdingscalesand cornucopiae : 








border of dots. 








B.M.Cat., p. 301, n° 2316. 



— 881 — 



EGYPT 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


8389 


173 


Billon. 
20 


Similar. 

tyL. L B (2). Nike advancing tol., holding wreath and palm : border 


II. 21 








of dots. 








B.M.Cat., p. 302, n° 2323. 


8390 
PI. 311 


153 


Billon. 
21 


Similar. 

fyL. LB (2). Eagle to r., looking to 1., and holding wreath in beak : 


9.91 








border of dots. 








B.M.Cat., p. 303, n° 2332. 








Aurelianus. 








A. D. 270-27 5. 


8391 


160 


Billon. 
19 


AKAAOM AVPHAIANOC C€B. Bust of Aurelian to r., wearing 
paludamentum and cuirass. 


IO.36 








tyL. L A (i). Eagle to r., looking back, with wreath in beak : border 








of dots. 








B.M.Cat., p. 306, no 2354. 


8392 
PI. 311 


143 


Billon. 
22 


Similar. 

tyL. 6TOVC €. Eagle to 1., wings open, looking to r., holding 


9.26 








wreath in beak : border of dots. 








Dattari, p. 364, no 5475. 


8393 
PI. 311 


112 


Billon. 
21 


Similar. 

T$L. €TOVC S. Eagle to r., wreath in beak; wings closed, and palm 


7.25 








transversely : border of dots. 








B.M.Cat., p. 307, no 2369. 








Severina. 


8394 
PI. 311 


I32 


Billon. 
22 


OVAF1 C€VHPINA C€B. Bust ol Severina to r., wearing stephane : 
border of dots. 


8.55 








T$L. 6TOVC S. Elpis standing to 1., holding flower in r. and rais- 








ing with 1. skirt of chiton : border of dots. 








B.M.Cat., p. 308, no 2377. 



— 882 — 



EGYPT 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


8395 


120 


Billon. 
20 


Similar. 

fyL. €TOVC S. Eagle to r., wreath in beak, and palm transversely : 


7-77 








border of dots. 








B.M.Cat., p. 308,1102382. 








Aurelianus Augustus and Vaballathus Imperator. 








A.D.270. 


8396 
PI. 311 


M9 


Billon. 
22 


AKAAOMAVPHAIANOC C€B. Bust of Aurelian to r., laureate, 
wearing paludamentum and cuirass : border of dots. 


9.65 








fy. IACOVABAAAA0OCA0HNVACP. Bust of Vaballathus to r., 








laureate, with diadem beneath wreath ; wearing paludamentum 








and cuirass : border of dots. 








B.M.Cat., p. 309, n° 2384. 








Tacitus. 








A. D. 275-276. 


8397 


no 


Billon. 
20 


AKKATAKITOC C€B. Bust of Tacitus to r., laureate, wearing 
paludamentum and cuirass : border of dots. 


7. 12 








Y$L. 6T0VC A. Diskaiosyne, standing to 1., holding scales and cor- 








nucopiae : border of dots. 








B.M.Cat., p. 312, n<> 2403. 


8398 
PI. 311 


130 


Billon. 
20 


Similar. 

J$L. €TOVC A. Elpis, standing to 1., holding flower in' r. and rais- 


8.42 








ing with 1. skirt of chiton : border of dots. 








B.M.Cat., p. 312, n° 2404. 


8399 


US 


Billon. 
20 


Similar. 

fyL. €TOVC A. Nike, advancing to r., holding wreath and palm 


7-45 








bound with fillet : border of dots. 








B.M.Cat., p. 312, no 2405. 


8400 


123 


Billon. 
20 


Similar. 

J$l. €TOVC A. Eagle to 1. looking back, with wreath in beak : 


7-97 








border of dots. 








B.M.Cat., p. 312, n° 2406. 



— 883 — 



III 



EGYPT 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


84OI 


IOO 


Billon. 
20 


Similar. 

J$L. Similar ; type to r. 


6.48 








B.M.Cat., p. 312, n° 2408. 


8402 
PI. 311 


103 


Billon. 
21 


Similar. 

fy.. 6T0VC A. Eagle to r., wreath in beak, with palm transversely : 


6.67 








border of dots. 








Dattari, p. 367, no 5521. 








Probus. 








A. D. 276-282. 


8403 


128 


Billon. 
20 


AK MAVP nPOBOC C€B. Bust of Probus to r., laureate, wearing 
cuirass : border of dots. 


8.29 








T$L. L A . Dikaiosyne, standing to 1., holding scales and cornucopiae : 








border of dots. 








B.M.Cat., p. 313, n° 2411. 


8404 
PI. 311 


121 


Billon. 
20 


Similar. 

fyL. LB. Elpis, standing to 1., holding flower in r. and with 1. 


7.84 








raising skirt of chiton : border of dots. 








B.M.Cat., p. 313, n° 2417. 


8405 


Il8 


Billon. 
20 


Similar. 

I$L. L € . Homonoia, standing to 1., r. hand raised ; in 1., double 


7.64 








cornucopiae : border of dots. 








B.M.Cat., p. 314, n° 2418. 








Diocletianus. 








A. D. 284-305. 


8406 
PI. 311 


122 


Billon. 
20 


AKrOVAAAIOKAHTIANOC C€B. Bust of Diocletian to r., laureate, 
wearing paludamentum and cuirass. 


7.9O 








tyL. LB. Alexandria, standing to 1., holds head of Sarapis on extend- 








ed r. hand and resting 1. on sceptre : border of dots. 








(Luxor, 1894.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 326, no 2529. 



— 884 — 



EGYPT 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








Maximianus. 








A. D. 286-305. 


8407 
PI. 311 


no 


Billon. 
19 


AKMAOVA MAIIMIANOC C€B. Bust of Maximianus to r., laureate, 
wearing paludamentum and cuirass : border of dots. 


7. 12 








fyL. L€. Homonoia, standing to 1., r. arm raised ; holding in 1., 








double cornucopiae : border of dots. 

(Luxor, 1894.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 530, n° 2564. 








XOMES AND CITIES OF EGYPT. 








Bubastis Nome. 








Hadrian. 


8408 
PI. 311 


75 


JE 19 


AVT KAI TPAI AAPIA C€B. Head of Hadrian to r., laureate : bord- 
er of dots. 


4.86 








Y$L. " rrV Goddess Beset standing to 1., wearing chiton, 








and peplos, holding in extended r., cat, and with 1. raising skirt 








of chiton : border of dots. 








(Selim Kabil, Cairo, 1894.) 








Dattari, p. 404, n° 6219 (PI. xxxv). 








Coptite Nome. 








Hadrian. 


8409 


56 


JE 19 


Inscr. illegible. Head of Hadrian to r., laureate. 

Y$L. KOnT. Bearded figure standing to 1. ; at his feet 1., antelope. 


3.62 








Pierced. 








(Selim Kabil, Cairo, 1894.) 








Dattari, p. 405, n° 6231 (PI. xxxv). 








Menelaite Nome. 








Antoninus Pius. 


8410 
PI. 311 


273 


^33 


AVT K T AIA AAP ANT... Head of Antoninus Pius to r., laur- 
eate. 


17.69 



885 



EGYPT 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



84I I 
PI. 311 

(Rev.) 



84I2 
PI. 311 



84I3 
PI. 311 



266 
17.23 



^33 



7i 
4.60 



JE 19 



64-5 
4.18 



M 19 



$1. [M€N€] A [A€IT] HC ; in ex., LH. Harpokrates, with body of 
crocodile, wearing skhent, himation over 1. arm and waist ; r. 
hand raised to mouth; in 1. cornucopiae. 

(Selim Kabil, Cairo, 1894.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 348, n° 35. 



Naukratis Nome. 

Antoninus Pius. 

Inscr. illegible. Head of Antoninus Pius to r., laureate. 

fyL NAVKPA- • . ; in field r., H. Female figure standing to 1., wear- 
ing disk and plumes, chiton and peplos ; holds on r. hand, ser- 
pent Agathodaemon erect to r., and in 1. sceptre. 

(Cairo, 1894.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 350, n° 41. 

Phthenote Nome. 

Hadrian. 

AVT KAI TPAI AAPIA C€B. Head of Hadrian to r., laureate : 
border of dots. 

1$L. (|>©€ N€ 0V. . . Youth, standing to front, head 1., naked ; holds 

on extended r., hawk wearing skhent, and on extended 1., hawk 

without skhent : border of dots. 

(Selim Kabil, Cairo, 1894.) 
B.M.Cat., p. 352, n° 49. 
Dattari, p. 419, no 6352. 

[AVT KAI] TPAI AAPIA C€B. Head of Hadrian to r., laureate : 
border of dots. 

J$L. CAIT LIA. Athene standing to 1., wearing helmet, chiton with 
diplois and aegis; holds on extended r., owl to 1. ; in 1., spear : 
border of dots. 

(Selim Kabil, Cairo, 1894.) 
B. M. Cat., p. 3S3, no 54. 
Dattari, p. 421, no 6370 (PI. xxxv). 



— 886 — 



EGYPT 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION' 








Herakleopolite Nome. 








Hadrian. 


8414 

PI. 311 


72 


M 19 


Inscr. illegible. Head of Hadrian to r., laureate: border of dots. 
J$L. HPAK LIA. Head of Herakles to r., bearded : border of dots. 


4.66 








(L. d'Avierino, Alexandria.) 








B.M.Cat., p. 359, n° 78. 
Dattari, p. 408, n° 6257. 


8 4 I 5 


87 


JE20 


AVT KAI TPAI AAPIA C€B. Similar type. 


PI. 311 


5.63 




fyL. HPAK LIA. Herakles standing to 1., naked, laureate, holding on 
extended r. hand griffin to 1., in 1. hand, club, and lion-skin over 
1. arm : border of dots. 

(L. d'Avierino, Alexandria, 1894.) 
Dattari, p. 409.no 6259. 

Antoninus Pius. 


8416 


363 


^34 


AVT K TAIA AAP ANTCON6INOC C€B€VC Head of Antoninus 


PI. 311 


23.52 




Pius to r., laureate : border of dots. 

B£. [HPA KA€Oj nOAITHC. Type of last coin : border of dots. 

(L. d'Avierino, Alexandria, 1894.) 

B.M.Cat., p. 359, n° 81. 
Dattari, p. 409, n° 6262 (PI. xxxvi). 

Panopolite Nome. 

Hadrian. 


8417 


29 


JE 14 


Head of Hadrian to r., laureate : border of dots. 


PI. 311 


188 




Rl. . , • Ichneumon to r. : border of dots. 
L • IA 

(L. d'Avierino, Alexandria, 1894.) 

B.M.Cat., p. 365, n° 109. 
Dattari, p. 418, n° 6344 (PI. xxxv). 



887 — 



EGYPT 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


8418 
PI. 311 


81 


JE 20 


Uncertain Nome. 

Hadrian. 

AVT KAI TPAI AAPIA C6B. Head of Hadrian to r., laureate : 
border of dots. 

J$L. C AE. Hawk to 1., with star and crescent over head : border 

of dots. 

(Osman Noury Bey, 1904.) 


5.24 



CYRENAICA 



— 889 — 



CYRENAICA 



CYRENAICA 

E.S.G. Robinson, Brit. Museum Catalogue, Cyrenaica, i$2j. 
— Quaes Hones Cyrenaicae, N. Chr., 191 5. 

L. Miiller, Numismatique de I'ancienne Afrique, T. I, and Supplement) Copenhagen, 1860-74. 
E. Babelon, Traitl des monnaies grecques et romaines. 



— 890 — 



CYRENAICA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION' 








CYRENAICA 








Cyrene. 








Circ. B.C. 570-480. 


8419 
PI. 312 


55 5 


A 14 


Fruit or seed-vessel of the silphium, heart-shaped, with sprout from 
the centre of the top ; indistinct ornamentation around margin '. 


3 .60 








J$L. Incuse square divided by two vertical and two horizontal 








parallel lines into nine square spaces. — Attic Drachm. 








1. The coin is probablv restruck. 








(Alexandria, 1894.) 
B.M.C.,6; PI. 11, 10. 








H. Weber, Archaic Greek Coins, Num. Cfoon., 1899, p. 286, n° 26 








(PI. xvi, 17). This coin. 








Babelon, Traite, p. 1343, n° 1980 (PI. lxiii, 5). This coin also mentioned. 








Num. Chron., 1920, p. 100. British Museum. 


8420 


47-8 


A12 


Silphium fruit in pericarp ; pellet above and below. 


PI. 312 


3 . 10 




\]L. Similar type within incuse square. — Asiatic Drachm. 

(Alexandria, 1894.) 

B.M.C., 55; PI. v, 1. 

H. Weber, he. cit., p. 286, n° 27 (PI. xvi, 18). 

Babelon, p. 1349, n° 1995 (this coin). 

Num. Chron., 1920, p. 100. British Museum. 

Circ. B.C. 525-480. 


8421 
PI. 512 


3i 


An 


Fruit or seed-vessel of the silphium, heart-shaped, with its pericar- 
dium surmounted by lion's head to 1. 


2.00 








tyL. Incuse square divided by parallel horizontal and vertical lines 








into numerous small squares. — Attic Hemidrachm. 








(Alexandria, 1898.) 
B.M.C., 8; PI. 11, 15. 








H. Weber, Finds of Archaic Greek Coins, Num. Chron., 








1899, p. 283, n° 20 (PI. xvi, 11). 








Babelon, Traili, p. 1350, n° 1998 (this coin). 








Num. Chron., 1920, p. 100. British Museum. 



— 891 — 



112 



CYRENAICA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


8422 
PI. 312 


30.6 


iR.12 


Silphium-fruit in pericarp, suspended from its stem, with second 
fruit behind. 


I.98 








tyL. Incuse square, as on last coin, with trellice pattern. — Attic 








Hemidrachm. 








(Alexandria, 1898.) 
B.M.C., 7; PI. n, 14. 








H. Weber, he. cit., p. 284, n°2i (PI. xvi, 12). 








Babelon, p. 1347, n° 1991 (this coin). 








Num. Chron., 1920, p. 100. British Museum. 


8423 
PI. 312 


30.4 


Aio 


Silphium-fruit in pericarp ; a pellet above and below. 

tyL. Incuse square, containing heart-shaped fruit of silphium in 


I.97 








pericarp ; a pellet above and below, and one in the left field ; 








seed placed diagonally. — Attic Hemidrachm. 








(Alexandria, 1894.) 








B.M.C., 22; PI. iv, 16. 








H. Weber, he. cit., p. 286, n° 28 (PI. xvi, 19). 








Cf. Babelon, PI. lxiii, 17 (n° 1996). 








Num. Chron., 1920, p. 100. 


8424 
PI. 312 


14.6 


il8 


Silphium-fruit, suspended from its stem. 

tyL. Incuse square, within which, gazelle's head, horned, facing (?) 


O.95 








Attic Trihemiobol. 








(Alexandria, 1898.) 








B.M.C, 31 ; PI. iv, 29. 








H. Weber. Num. Chron., 1899, p. 284, n° 22 (PI. xvi, 13). 








Babelon, Traite, p. 13 SO, n° 1999 (this coin). 








* Reverse inverted on Plate. 








Circ. B.C. 480-43 5. 


8425 
PI. 312 


257.8 


^25 


Silphium-plant with two whorls and five umbels. 

T$L. • --PA (r.). Head of bearded Amnion to r., with ram's horn, 


16.71 








the eye about three-quarter face, truncation line dotted : dotted 








border within shallow incuse circle. — Attic Tetradrachm 








(W. J. Webster, 1888.) 








Cf. B.M.C, PI. vii, 18. 








Cf. Babelon, PI. cclxiii, 5. 








Cf. Muller, p. 43, fig. 120. 


8426 
PI. 312 


53-5 


JR. 15 


Silphium-plant with two whorls and three umbels. 


14.19 


1 



— 892 — 



CYRENAICA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



tyL. Head of bearded Amnion to r., with ram's horn, within circle 

of dots in incuse, in front, T. Die broken round border. — 

Asiatic Drachm. 

(W.J. Webster, 1885.) 
*This coin belongs to Barca (cf. B.M.C., PI. xxxiv, 13). 



8427 
PI. 312 



51-8 
3.36 



A16 



Similar. 

K Y 
P A 



&. 



in four angles of incuse square, within which, enclosed 



in dotted circle, head of bearded Ammon to r., with ram's horn. 

— Asiatic Drachm. 

(W. J. Webster.) 
Cf. B.M.C., PI. vi, 12. 
Cf. Babelon, PI. cclxiii, 9. 



Circ. B. C. 435-375. 
KY 

8428 198 ^27 PA . Silphium with two whorls (of three leaves) and five umbels ; 

PI- 312 12.83 NA 

on either side of stalk, a shoot. 

I$L. 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 196 iR 24 Head of bearded Ammon to r., wearing laureate diadem ; in front, 
P1 - 312 12.70 NIKI upwards. 

1$L. Silphium, as above. — Asiatic Tetradrachm . 

(Bunbury sale, 1896 ; lot 731.) 
Cf. B.M.C, PI. xi, 19. 
Cf. Muller, p. 44, n° 136. 
Cf. Babelon, PI. cclxiv, 5. 

8430 197 .6 ^28 Head of bearded Ammon to r., laureate and diademed; in front, 
PI. 312 12.80 2[Ol]KM (indistinct). 

tyL. Silphium with two whorls (of three leaves) and five umbels; 

on either side of stalk, a shoot. — Asiatic Tetradrachm. 

(W. T. Ready, 1889 ; ex. Bompois Collection.) 
B.M.C, 91 ; PI. xi, 8. 
Cf. Robinson, Num. Chron., 191 5, PI. IV, 45. 



- 893 



CYRENAICA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


8 43 I 
PI. 312 


205 


^25 


Head of bearded Ammon to r., laureate. 
fyl. Similar. — Asiatic Tetradrachm. 


13.28 








(Bunbury sale, 1896 ; lot 732.) 








Cf. B.M.C., Pl.xi, 6. 


8432 
PL 312 


48 


J&17 


Head of bearded Ammon, to r., within dotted square in incuse 
circle. 


3. II 








1$L. Silphium with three whorls, etc. ; on either side of stem, Y "A. 








— Asiatic Drachm. 








(J. Sanders.) 








B.M.C., 97; PI. xii, 7. 








Cf. Mtiller, p. 243, fig. 126. 








Babelon, PI. cclxiii, 7. 


8433 
PI. 312 


26.3 


JR. 9 


Head of bearded Ammon, to r. : border of dots. 

I$L. Silphium, with two whorls. — Asiatic Hemidrachm. 


1 .70 








(Gen 1 Moore's sale, 1889.) 








B.M.C., S7; PI. vii, 7. 








Cf. Babelon, PI. cclxiii, 20. 


8434 
PI. 312 


13.8 


M. 11 


Female head (Cyrene ?) to 1., hair rolled and tied at back, wearing 
diadem : border of dots outside plain circle. 


O.89 








fyi. Triple silphium radiating from one centre; around 9Y)I. — 








Asiatic Trihemiobol. 








(Gen 1 Moore's sale, 1889.) 








B.M.C., 104 ; PI. xii, 20. 








Gold coins. 








Circ. B.C. 375-308. 


8435 

PI. 312 


133-5 


N 21 


KYPANAION (to 1.). Quadriga to r. driven by Cyrene ; above, 
star. 


8.65 








1$L. Ammon, enthroned to 1., holding eagle in extended r. 



- 894 



CYRENAICA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8436 
PI. 312 



8437 
PI. 312 



8438 
PI. 312 



655 
4.24 



66.3 
4.3O 



66 
4.27 



8439 
PI. 312 



44 
2.85 



AT 15 



AT 14 



X 14 



#13 



hand, 1. elbow resting on back of chair; in front, thymiaterion ; 

in field to r., magistrate's name, XAIPIOZ. — Stater. 

(Whittall sale, 1876; lot 444.) 

B.M.C., 116; PI. xiii, 25. 

Head, Hist. Num., p. 869. 

Cf. Muller, Cyre'naique, p. 49, fig. 191 (but different name of magistrate). 

Cf. Robinson, Quaesliones Cyrenaicae, Num. Chron., 1 9 1 5 , p. 144 sqq. 

Horseman to 1. (of large fine style), petasos thrown back; behind, 
corn-grain. 

KY 
VjL. . Silphium, with two whorls and five umbels : plain bord- 

er. — Drachm. 

(Edinburgh sale ; Simpson collection, 1887.) 
B.M.C., 125 ; PI. xiv, is. 
Cf. Robinson, Num. Chron., 191 5, PI. v, 68 a and b. 

Similar type to r. ; behind horseman, flOAl : border of dots. 

1$L. Similar; in field to r., jerboa : border of dots. — Drachm. 

(Mihran Sivadjian, Paris, 1894.) 
B.M.C., 132 ; PI. xiv, 25. 
Babelon, PI. cclxv, 15. 

Similar, horse cantering ; magistrate's name, XAIPI02. 
J$L. Similar; in field 1., cicada. — Drachm. 



B.M.C., 131 ; PI. xiv, 23. 
Babelon, PI. cclxv, 17. 



(W. T. Ready, 1898.) 



Horseman to 1., his petasos hanging behind neck; infield to r., 
star. 

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. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


8440 
PI. 312 

8441 
PI. 312 

8442 
PI. 312 

8443 
PI. 312 

8444 
PI. 312 

8445 
PI. 312 


33 


N 11 

N 8 

AT 7 
AT 7 

N 7 
N 8 


[KYPIAI]. Head of Athene to 1., in crested Athenian helmet. 

I$L. Triple silphium radiating from a centre. — Attic Hemidrachm. 

(Gen 1 Moore's sale, 1897 ; lot 563.) 
as B.M.C, PI. xv, 1-2. 

Bab., PI. cclxv, 24. 
Cf. Muller, p. 52, fig. 209. 

Head of bearded Ammon to 1. ; behind nO : border of dots. 

$L. KY. Head of Libya, to r. : border of dots. — 1/10 Attic Stater. 

(A.O. van Lennep, 1893.) 
B.M.C, 154; PI. xv, 24. 
Cf. Muller, p. 25, n° 57. 
Cf. Babelon, PI. cclxv, 27. 

Similar. 

T$L. Head of nymph, Cyrene, to r., hair rolled; wearing earring 
and necklace : plain border. — 1/10 Attic Stater. 
B.M.C, PI. xv, 29. 
Babelon, PI. cclxvi, 5. 

KYA (= KuSic). Head of youthful Ammon to 1., beardless, with 
ram's horn; behind, star: plain border. 

fyL. Head of nymph, Cyrene, to r., hair rolled : plain border. — 

1 / 10 Attic Stater. 

(W. T. Ready, 1903.) 
B.M.C, PI. xv, 20. 
Babelon, PI. cclxvi, 8. 

Head of bearded Ammon to r. 

T$L. Thunderbolt, between two eight-rayed stars : concave circle. 

— 1/10 Attic Stater. 

(Spink, 1888.) 
Cf. B.M.C, PI. xx, 18. 

Babelon, PI. cclxvi, 12. 
* This coin belongs to Magas, and the period of B.C. 308-277. 

Head of youthful Ammon to 1. ; behind, KV : plain border. 

tyL. Head of Cyrene to r., hair rolled. — 1/10 Attic Stater. 

(Lincoln.) 
B.M.C, PI. xv, 17. 

Muller, p. 52, n° 218. 

Cf. Babelon, PI. cclxvi, 6. 


2. 13 
13 .2 


0.86 
13.6 


0.88 
13.2 


0.86 
10.8 


0.70 
13.6 


0.88 



896 — 



CYRENAICA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


8446 
PI. 313 


130 


JR. 22 


nOAIANOEYI (in minute letters to 1.). Beardless head of Carneius 
with ram's horn to 1. : border of dots. 


8.42 








J$L. AAM-^? KYPAZAI (in minute letters to r.). Hermes standing to 

1., holding caduceus, to which is attached taenia : border of dots. 

— Attic Didrachm. 

(Montagu sale, 1896; lot 804.) 

B.M.C., 172 ; PI. xvn, 10. 

Published by Bompois. 

Robinson, Num. Chron., 191 5, p. 162, n° 75 (this coin mentioned). 

Six, Num. Chron., 1897, p. 221, n° 2. 

Babelon, PI. cclxvii, 8 (this coin). 

Head, Hist. Num., 191 1, p. 870. 








Magas. 








B. C. 308-277. 


8447 
PL 3H 


118. 5 


iR20 


Head of Carneius to r. 

T$L. KY PA. Silphium, with three whorls and seven umbels ; in field 
to r., star. — Rhod. Didrachm. 


1.68 








B.M.C., 234; PI. xxi, 10. 
Muller, p. 46, fig. is 5. 


8448 


118. 3 


iR2I 


Similar. 

T$L. KY PA. Silphium with three whorls and seven umbels ; on 

either side, star. — Rhod. Didrachm. 

Cf. B.M.C.. PI. xxi, 237. 
Babelon, PI. cclxvi, 22. 


7.67 


8449 
PL 3i3 


122.3 


A2I 


Similar. 

fy,. Similar ; in field 1., star ; r. £". Rhod. Didrachm. 


7.92 








(Sotheby's sale, July 1887.) 
Cf. B.M.C, PI. xxii, 8. 


8450 
PI. 313 


107.5 


;Ri9 


Similar. 

J$L. Similar; in field 1., £"; to r., star. — Rhod. Didrachm. 

(Tebbs sale.) 
Cf. B.M.C, PI. xxii, i. 
Babelon, PI. ccxxvi, 26. 


6.97 



- 897 - 



CYRENAICA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



845I 
PI. 313 



8452 
PI- 313 



"4 
7.38 



85-3 

5-53 



JR 18 Similar ; type to r. 

tyL. Similar; in field r., star. — Rhod. Didrachm. 
B.M.C., PI. xxi, 13. 

JR 19 Similar. 

J$L. Similar; no symbol. — Didrachm, of uncertain standard. 

(J. Sanders sale, 1887.) 
B.M.C., 267; PI. xxv, 3. 



8453 
PI. 313 



97 
6.28 



JE 18 



BRONZE. 

Circ. B.C. 300 and later. 
Gazelle to r. ; in front, jerboa. 



KY 
tyL. . Silphium plant : border of dots. 

B.M.C., 279 ; PI. xxv, 13, 

Muller, p. 85, n° 237. 



(Gen 1 Moore's sale, 1889.) 



8454 
PI. 313 



8455 
PI. 313 



93 
6.02 



98 
6.35 



JE 18 



JE 17 



8456 
Pl. 313 



8457 



100.6 
6.52 



7i 
4.60 



JEij 



JE 18 



Head of bearded Ammon to r. 

1$L. KY PA. Palm-tree; to 1., silphium; to r., crab, 
B.M.C., 293 ; Pl. xxvi, 2. 

Similar. 



tyL. . Palm-tree; in field to r., silphium. 

B.M.C., 317 ; Pl. xxvi, 19. 
Muller, p. 57, n° 261. 

Similar type. 

1/ k 

1%. pa v * P a ^ m ~ tree > t0 r -j silphium. 



B.M.C., 308 ; Pl. xxvi, 10. 



Similar. 

*£• pA Y * Similar - 



(Gen 1 Moore's sale.) 



(Lincoln.) 



(Booker, 1885.) 



— 898 — 



CYRENAICA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8458 
PI. 313 



72 
4.66 



JE 17 



8459 
Pi. 313 



75 
4.86 



JE 16 



8460 
Pi. 313 



8461 
Pi. 313 



8462 
Pi. 313 



72 
4.66 



66 

4.27 



^77 
11. 4) 



JE 16 



JEiS 



JE 24 



8463 
PI. 313 



186 
12.05 



JE 24 



8464 
PL 313 



145 
9-39 



^E 23 



Head of Apollo to r., laureate. 

K Y 

RL. 2 . . Lyre of four chords ; above, a star. 
^ P A J 



B.M.C., 332 ; PI. xxvii, 4. 
Muller, p. 58, n" 272. 



(Gen 1 Moore sale, 1889.) 



Similar. 



(W. S. Lincoln, 1888.) 



1$L. [■ • YPANAI (to 1.)] part of the under type; (to r.). Lyre 

A 

of six chords ; beneath, thunderbolt. 

(Christodoulo, 1902.) 
B.M.C., 336; PI. xxvii, 6. 
Cf. Muller, p. 58, n° 279 (overstruck on Cyrenaic coin). 

Similar. 

K Y 

RL. ^ . . Lyre of four chords. 
^ P A J 

(Spink, 1901.) 

Similar. 
1$L. Similar. 

Circ. B.C. 247-221 . 

Head of bearded Amnion, to r. : border of dots. 

fyL. KOI — NON. Silphium, with three whorls and five umbels. 

(Gen 1 Moore sale.) 
B.M.C., p. 71, n° 24 ; PI. xxvii, 23. 
Cf. Muller, p. 38, fig. 104. 
Mionnet, VI, p. 555, 2. 

Similar : no border. 

K][0 

J$L. Similar; only I N of the inscr. visible. 
O N 

B.M.C., p. 68, 2 seqq. 

Similar : border of dots. 

fyL. KOI NON. Similar type : border of dots. 

- 899 - 



(W. T. Ready.) 



113 



CYRENAICA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


8465 
PL 313 


158 


JE 21 


Similar . 

K 

$6. 1 N. Similar. 

N 

(W. S. Lincoln, 1888.) 
Cf. B.M.C., xxvn, 21-22. 


IO.23 


8466 
PI. 313 


Il6 


JE2I 


Similar. 

I$L. Similar. 

(Spink, 1901.) 


7-5i 








Cyrenaica under the Romans, after B.C. 96. 








AUGUSTUS. 








Palicanus . 


8467 
PI. 314 


236 


JE 29 


-^« ««.-^ within laurel-wreath. 
TR POT 


15.29 








*. P * p L ««.Cun,le chair. 








* Reverse placed sideways on Plate. 

(Smyrna, 1891.) 
B.M.C., p. 120, n° 44 ; PI. xliv, i . 
Miiller, p. 167, n° 434. 
Mionnet, VI, p. 571, n<> 160. 








A. Pupius Rufus. 


8468 
PI. 314 


75 


JE21 


ANTICTPA. Ram to 1.; beneath, L. 

^" TTlAMur * Subsellium, against which is resting a staff; 


4.86 








beneath, a purse. 

(Gen 1 Moore sale, 1889.) 
B.M.C., 34 ; PI. xliii, 5. 
Muller, p. 161, fig. 423. 


8469 
PI. 314 


220 


JE2S 


KAI TAMI[AC L]. Head of bearded Ammon, to r. 

I$£. fANTirTPATl * ^urule c hair between two fasces. 

(Gen 1 Moore sale, 1889.) 
B.M.C., 29; PI. xliii, 1. 
Muller, p. 162, fig. 425. 


14.25 








* Reverse placed sideways on Plate. 



— 900 — 



CYRENAICA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8470 
PI. 314 



8473 

PI. 314 



8474 
PI. 314 



S475 

PI. 314 



163 

10.56 



JE 28 



254 
16.45 



iR28 



257 
16.65 



iR26 



206.5 



^.28 



AYAOC nOYniOC Head of bearded Amnion, to r. 
*" |AN]T"JcT Z pA Similart ^ :tolLA - 

(Dracopoulos, Athens, 1888.) 
B.M.C., 32 ; PI. XLHI, 3. 
Mullcr, p. 162, fig. 424. 
Mionnet, VI, p. 569, n° 138. 

*N os 847i and 8472, illustrated on Plate 314, belong to Caesarea 
Cappadociae (vide supra, n os 7798 a and b. 

Barce. 

Circ. B.C. 480-4 3 5 . 
Head of bearded Amnion to r. within dotted circle, in incuse 



square, on four corners of which 



B A 



tyL. Silphium plant with two whorls and five umbels; at base of 

stalk, A I. — Attic Tetradrachm. 

(Bunbury sale, 1896; lot 741.) 
B.M.C., p. 94, n° 8; PI. xxxiv, 2. 
Muller, p. 78, n° 291. 
Cf. Babelon, PI. cclxix, 6. 

Head of bearded Amnion to r., of fine archaic style; in front BAP ; 
thick dotted border within two dotted circles : the whole in 
circular incuse. 

1$L. Silphium plant with two whorls and five umbels. — Attic 

Tetradrachm. - 

(Bunbury sale, 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. 
Head of bearded Ammon to r. 



— 901 — 



CYRENAICA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8476 

PI. 314 



8477 
PI. 314 



8478 

PI. 314 



200 

12.96 



JK29 



3.32 



2&15 



51-6 

3-34 



J&16 



J$L. Silphium plant with two whorls (showing three leaves) and 

B A 
seven umbels ; in the field 9 K . — Asiatic tetradrachm . 

A I 

(Dr Edde, Cairo, 1900.) 

B.M.C., p. 99, 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). 

Head of bearded Amnion, facing ; on either side of neck, 
AKEIIOI : border of dots. 

B A 
fyL. P K . Silphium, with two whorls (showing three leaves) and 
A I 
five umbels : border of dots. — Asiatic Tetradrachm . 

(Sotheby sale, May 1900 ; lot 487.) 
Cf. B.M.C, PI. xxxvi, 8. 
Cf. Muller, p. 81, n° 319. 
Cf. Babelon, PI. cclxx, 5 . 

Head of Ammon to r., bearded, the hair and beard formal, 
within circle of dots ; inside circle, in front of head, A ; outside 
circle, 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. xxxiv, 14. 

Cf. Babelon, TraiU, III, no 1945. 
Cf. Muller, p. 78, n°288 (PI. cclxix, 3). 

Similar head of Ammon, bearded, but smaller, within circle of 

R A 

dots, outside of which in four corners of incuse square, ; in 

front of nose, inside circle, T. 

fy.. Silphium with umbels to 1. and r. — Asiatic Drachm. 

(W.T. Ready, 1900.) 
B.M.C, p. 95, n° 13; PI. xxxiv, 10. 
Cf. Babelon, III, n° 194s . 
Cf. Muller, p. 78, no 289. 



— 902 — 



CYRENAICA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8479 52 ^15 Head of bearded Amnion to r., within circle of dots : on raised 
PI. 314 3.37 flan 



J$L. Silphium, with two whorls (showing three leaves) and seven 

R A 

umbels; on four corners of incuse square , , . — Asiatic Drachm. 

[a\ a 

(M. Sivadjan, 1894.) 

B.M.C., p. 102, n° 36 ; PI. xxxvn, 2. 
Cf. Muller, p. 79, n° 297 . 



8480 
PI. 314 



Il8 
7.64 



Circ. B.C. 375-308. 

J£ jo. Horseman galloping to r. ; beneath, OA : border of dots. 

fyl. Wheel of four spokes, seen sideways; between the spokes, 
silphium. 



B.M.C., p. 44, n° 194 ; PI. xix, 10. 
Muller, p. 82, n° 329. 
Babelon, PI. cclxx, 12. 



(Athens, 1885.) 



* This coin belongs to Cyrene. 



8481 
PL 3'4 



100 

"67J8" 



JE 18 Horse cantering to r. 

tyL. Ram standing to r. ; beneath, BAP 



(Gen 1 Moore sale, i< 

B.M.C., p. 105, n° 47 ; PI. xxxvn, 27. 

Cf. Muller, p. 82, n° 330. 

Cf. Babelon, PI. cclxx, 13. 



8482 
PI. 314 



3.04 



Euesperides . 
B.C. 480-43 5 . 

J^ 15 Head of Amnion, bearded to r., within circle of dots, outside 

E Y 

which, on four corners of incuse square, the letters r -, . 

J$L. 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. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION' 








LIBYA 








Circ. B.C. 200. 


8483 
PI. ?I4 


227 


JE 28 


Head of young Herakles in lion-skin to I. : border of dots. 
fyL. [AI]BYHN (in ex.). Bull rushing to r. : border of dots. 


14.71 








(Syracuse, 1887.) 








Cf. Mtiller, p. 131, 11° 556 (overstruck). 











— 907 — 



114 



ZEUGITANA 



— 909 — 



ZEUGITANA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








ZEUGITANA 








Siculo-Punic coins. 








Circ. B.C. 410-3 10. 








See Vol. I, under SICILY, n os 1725-1733. 








Fourth Century B.C. and later. 


8484 
PI. JM 


43-5 


JE 16 


Head of Persephone to r., hair rolled, wearing earring and necklace : 
border of dots . 


2.82 








^6. Dog to r., looking back : border of dots. 








* Belongs to Segesta. 


8485 
PI. 314 


77-5 


JE16 


Date palm-tree . 

tyL. Horse's head to r . 

(Hoffmann, 1887.) 


5 .02 


8486 
PI. 314 


46.5 


JE 17 


Date palm-tree : border of dots . 

1$L. Free horse to r;, looking back : border of dots. 


3.01 


8487 
PI. 314 


33-5 


JE 17 


Male head to 1. ; on either side, ear of corn. Overstruck. 
T$L. Horse runing to r. : border of dots. Overstruck. 


2. 17 


8488 


44 


JE 18 


Similar. 

J$L. Similar. 

(Hookham Frere sale, 1888.) 


2.85 








Carthage. 








Circ. B.C. 340-242. 


8489 
PL 3i5 


145 


N 19 


Head of Persephone to 1., of fine early style, wearing wreath of 
corn and necklace with pendants : border of dots. 


9-39 








J$L. Horse to r. : border of dots. 

(Bunbury sale, 1896.) 



911 — 



ZEUGITANA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8490 144 N 18 Head of Persephone to 1., hair wreathed with corn, and wearing 
PL 3 J 5 9.33 necklace with pendants : border of dots. 

tyL. Horse standing to r. ; in ex. , Punic legend : . K X£ ., border of 

dots. — Stater. 

(H. Hoffmann, 1893.) 
Cf. Miiller, p. 84, n° 46. 



8491 
PI. 315 



160 
IO.36 



El. 22 



Che. B.C. 241-146. 

Head of Persephone to I., wearing corn-wreath, triple-pendant 
earring and necklace. 

tyL. Horse standing to r. ; above, radiate disk flanked by two uraei. 

— 1 1/2 Stater. 

(Rollin & Feuardent.) 
B.M. Guide, PI. lix, 33. 
Miiller, Num. de VAncienne Afrique, II, p. 85, n° 63. 



8492 
PI. 315 



8493 
PL 315 



II4-5 
7.42 



28.2 
I.83 



El. 19 



El. 10 



8494 
Pi. 315 



8495 
Pi. 315 



27 
i-75 



62. 5 
4-05 



El. 10 



JR. 19 



Similar in front of head, pellet : border of dots. 

1$L. Horse standing to r. — Stater. 

Cf. Miiller, p. 84, n° 51. 



(Naples, 1876.) 



Head of Persephone to 1., wearing corn-wreath, single pendant 
earring and necklace : border of dots. 

J$L. Horse standing to r., looking back : border of dots. — 1/4 

Stater. 

(Hookham Frere sale, 1888.) 
Miiller, p. 85, n° 67. 

Similar. 

tyL. Similar. — 1/4 Stater. 

(W. T. Ready, 1898.) 

Head of Persephone to 1., wearing corn -wreath, earring and 
necklace : border of dots. 

J$L. Horse standing to r. ; 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. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


8496 
PI. 315 


28 


^14 


Head of Persephone to 1., wearing ear-pendant : plain border. 
J$L. Horse to r. : plain border. — Hemidrachm. 


I. 8l 








(Tunis, 1902.) 
Miiller, p. 88, n° 90. 


8497 
PI- 315 


Il6. 3 


iK.23 


Head of Persephone to 1., wearing corn-wreath, earring and 
necklace : border of dots. 


7-54 








J$L. Horse standing to r. ; beneath, V/, and between two hind-legs 








/ 

□ (or A) : border of dots. — Didrachm . 








(W.T. Ready, 1900.) 








Cf. Macdonald, Hunter Cat., Ill, p. 593, n° 75 . 


8498 
PI. 315 


121 


JE 24 


Head of Persephone to I., hair bound with corn-wreath '. 
T$L. Horse's head to r. ; in front &. 


7.84 








Cf. Miiller, La Zeugitant, p. 100, n 0s 261-2. 


8499 
PI. 315 


90 


JE 20 


Similar: border of dots. 

Ri.. Horse's head to r. ; in front, a pellet. 


5.83 








(Neligan sale.) 
Miiller, p. 101, n os 276-277. 


8500 


84 


JE 19 


Similar. 
fyL. Similar. 


5-44 








(Greenspan, 1901.) 


8501 


83 


JE 19 


Similar. 
T$L. Similar. 


5-37 


8502 
PI. 315 


98 


JE 19 


Similar. 

]$L. Similar; in front of horse's head, 0. 


6.35 


8503 
PL 315 


103 


JE 21 


Head of Persephone to 1., hair bound with corn-wreath : border of 
dots. 


6.67 








Horse standing to r., looking back ; above, star; in field to r., A. 








Cf. Miiller, p. 97, n<> 216. 
1. Fine green patina. 



— 913 — 



ZEUGITANA 



No, 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8504 
PI. 315 



8505 
PL 315 



8506 



8507 
PI. 315 



8508 
PI. 3IS 



8509 
PI. 315 



85IO 



85II 
PI. 315 



140 


JE22 


9.07 




69 


JE 20 


-1 -47 


132 


JE2I 


8.55 


150 


JE 26 


9.72 


52.5 


JE 15 


3.40 


52 


JE 15 


3-37 


42 


JE 15 


2.72 


52 


JE 15 


3-37 



Similar. 

J$L. Similar type ; no letter or symbol : plain border. 

(A. Sambon, Florence, 1889.) 
Pat iiia ted. 

Similar head : border of dots. 
J$L. Similar. 



Cf. M tiller, p. 98, n° 232. 



Similar. 
fyL, Similar. 



(Neligan sale.) 



Head of Persephone to 1., hair bound with corn-wreath, wearing 
triple earring and necklace. 

tyL. Horse standing to r. ; behind, date palm-tree; between two 

hind-legs • . 

Flat fabric. 

(Rome, 1879.) 
Cf. Miiller, p. 95, fig. 169. 

Cf. Mionnet, I, p. 274, n° 557. 
Similar : plain border. 

tyL. Similar type ; in front of horse .*. and between legs • : plain 

border . 

(W. T. Ready.) 
Cf. Muller, p. 95, n° 167. 

Similar. 

Similar; pellet over horse's back : plain border. 



Similar. 
T$l. Similar. 

Similar. 
1$L. Similar. 



(W. S. Lincoln, 1887.) 



(Monte Pellegrino, 1902.) 



(Neligan sale.) 



914 — 



ZEUGITANA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


8512 


50.5 


JE 15 


Similar. 
J$L. Similar. 




3.27 


8513 


46.5 


JE 15 


Similar. 
tyL. Similar. 




3.OI 








Sardinia. 










Second century B.C. 




8514 
PI- 315 


44 


JE 19 


Head of Persephone to 1., wearing corn-wreath. 
l$L. Bull standing to r. ; above, star : plain border. 




2.85 








Head, H. N., 191 1, p. 881. 




8515 

PI. 315 


44 


JE 19 


Similar. 




2.85 








Three ears of corn surmounted by crescent containing disk. 








Head, H.N., 191 1, p. 881. 










Cf. under Sicily, n os 1 750-1752. 








i 


Cf. L. Charrier, PI. vm, 92-98 (under Numidia, 102). 





915 - 



115 



ISLANDS BETWEEN 
AFRICA AND SICILY 



— 917 — 



ISLANDS BETWEEN AFRICA AND SICILY 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








ISLANDS BETWEEN 








AFRICA AND SICILY 








Cossura. 








(Pantellaria). 








After B.C. 2iy. 


8516 
PI. 315 


125 


JE 22 


Female head to 1., with Egyptian headdress ; to 1., Nike to r., with 
wreath ; between the two, star : border of dots. 


8.10 








1^,. d:Tn ('irnm) within a wreath of laurel. 








(H. Hoffmann.) 
Head, Hist. Num., 191 1, p. 883. 








Mayr, Die antiken Miin^en der Inseln Malta, Go^o unci Pantellaria, 








1894 ; fig. 14. 








Mionnet, I, p. 340, n° 2. 


8517 
PI. 315 


in 


JE 22 


Similar ; no star. 

tyL. Similar : border of dots. 


7.19 








(Gen 1 Moore sale, 1889.) 








Second half of First Cent. B . C. 


8518 
Pi- 515 


98.5 


JE 23 


Similar; in countermark DD and branch. 
fy. COSSVRA within wreath of laurel. 


6.38 








(Hookham Frere sale, 1888.) 
Cf. Mayr, PI. 1, 16. 








Cf. Hill, Coins of Ancient Sicily, PI. xv, 18. 








Gaulos. 








(Goy). 


8519 

PI. 316 


46 


JE 17 


Head of Astarte to r., with crescent. Double-struck. 

fyL TAYAITHN. Warrior to r., holding shield in front of him, 


2.98 








and brandishing spear with r. ; in front, star : plain border. 








Mayr, fig. 1 1 . 








Hill, Sicily, PI. xv, 16. 



919 



ISLANDS BETWEEN AFRICA AND SICILY 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


8520 
PI. 316 


59 


JE 18 


Similar. 

1$L. Similar. 

(Gen 1 Moore sale, 1889.) 


3.82 








Melita. 








(Malta). 








B.C. 218 to end of First Cent. B.C. 


8521 
PI. 316 


124 


^R.21 


Head of Herakles, to r. ; in front, caduceus : border of dots. 
J$L. ]M ('nn). Sacrificial cap within wreath : border of dots. 


8.03 








(Simpson sale, Edinburgh, 1887.) 
Mayr, fig. 1 . 
Hill, Sicily, PI. xv, 113. 


8522 
PI. 316 


52 


JE 17 


Veiled female head, wearing stephane, to r. : border of dots. 

1$L. pa. Ram's head to r. : border of dots. 

(Gen 1 Moore sale, 1889.) 
Mayr, fig. 3. 

Hill, PI. xv, 13. 


3-37 


8523 
PI. 316 


47-5 


JE 17 


Similar. 

fy,. Tripod, with inscr. pa on either side : border of dots. 


3.08 








(Gen 1 Moore sale, 1889.) 
Mayr, fig. 4. 

Hill, PI. xv, 14 . 


8524 


37 


JE16 


Similar. 

T$L. Similar. 

(Gen 1 Moore sale, 1889.) 


2.39 


8525 

PI. 316 


236 


JE26 


[MEAITAI]nN. Head of Isis to 1., wearing uraeus crown; in field 
to 1., ear of corn : border of dots. 


15.29 








tyL. Osiris (?) with four wings, kneeling, wearing Egyptian crown, 
holding flail and sceptre : border of dots. 

(Gen 1 Moore sale, 1889.) 
Mayr, fig. 5. 
Cf. Hill, Sicily, PI. xv, 1 5 . 



920 



ISLANDS BETWEEN AFRICA AND SICILY 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8526 
PI. 516 



8527 

PI. 316 



8528 



8529 



8530 



8531 

PI. 316 



8532 

PI. 316 



8533 

PI. 316 



189 

12.24 



49 

3.17 



32 

2.07 



30 
1.94 



66 

4.27 



61 

3 -95 



91 

5.89 



73 

4-73 



JE 26 



JE 18 



JE 15 



JE 15 



JE 22 



y£ 20 



iE 21 



jE 20 



MEAITAIHN. Similar head of Isis; in field, caducous and sign 
of Tanit combined : border of dots. 



Similar. 



(Gen 1 Moore sale, 1889.) 



Veiled female head to r., wearing stephane : border of dots. 

ty" -r .inn • Lyre : border of dots. 
TAIilN 

Head, H.N., p. 883. 



Similar. 

^TA M ,n AI Nr Simibr - 

Similar. 

D , [M]EAI c . .. 

Veiled female head to 1. : plain border. 
#.. M ^' . Tripod : border of dots. 



(Billoin sale, 1886.) 



(Gen 1 Moore sale, 1889.) 



Head, H. N., p. 883. 

Similar. 
tyL. Similar. 

Veiled female head to r. : border of dots. 

tyL. and type : border of dots. 

T AS 

Veiled female head to 1. 



tyL. CARRVNTANVS BALB PRO PR- Curule chair : border of 

dots. 

(Gen 1 Moore sale, 1889.) 
Head, H.N.,p. 883. 
Ct*. Mionnet, I, p. 343, n° 27. 



— 921 — 



ISLANDS BETWEEN AFRICA AND SICILY 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


8534 
PI. 316 


83.5 


JE 20 


Similar. 

T$L. Similar. 

(Edinburgh sale (Simpson collection), 1887.) 


5.41 








Uncertain Island. 


8535 

PI. 316 


34-5 


JE 17 


Female bust to 1., hair in chignon, wearing stephane, earring and 
necklace ; in front, thymiaterion : border of dots. 


2.24 








J$L. M enclosing pellet ; within laurel-wreath : border of dots. 








(Edinburgh sale, 1887.) 
Mayr, loc. cit., p. 37, fig. 22. 



922 



NUMIDIA 



— 923 — 

116 



NUMIDIA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8536 

PI. 316 



3)37 
PI. 516 



28 
1. 81 



204 

13 .22 



NUMIDIA 

Kings. 

Micipsa (B.C. 148-118) and his brothers. 

JR. 13 Head to 1., beardless: border of dots. 

tyL. Horse standing to r. : concave field. — Hemidrachm. 

(Sotheby sale, March, 1888.) 
Cf. Muller, Numidie, p. 17, n° 15. 

* This coin belongs to the Hispano-Carthaginian series. 

Uncertain Dynast, before Masinissa. 
JE 26 Bearded head to 1., laureate : border of dots. 

l]L. Horse galloping to 1. ; no inscription visible. 

Cf. Charrier, Description des Monthlies de la Numidie el de la Mauretanie, 

(Macon, 192), PI. 11. 

Cf. Babelon, Rev. Num., 1889, p. 399. 

Muller, p. :8, n os 32-36. 



8538 
PI. 316 



53-5 

3-47 



? Jugurtha(B.C. 1 18-106). 
JR. 18 Head to 1., with wreath and diadem entwined : border of dots. 

lc]i. Elephant to r. ; in ex., N : plain border. — Drachm. 

(Lord Bagot sale, 1884.) 
Head, H. N., p. 884. 
Muller, p. 34, fig. 44. 
L. Charrier, Numidie et Mauritanie, PI. iv, 52. 



8)39 
PI. 316 



62. 5 
405 



? HiempsalII(B.C. 106-60). 
JR. 18 Male head to r., crowned with corn : border of dots. 

J$L. Free horse galloping to r. ; 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 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



854O 
PI. 316 



854I 

PL 316 



8542 
PI. 316 



28.3 
1.83 



58 
3-75 



6i-5 
3-99 



J&15 



A20 



iR20 



Similar. 

1$L. Similar ; beneath horse, rin : plain border. 

Head, H.N., p. 88s. 
Miiller, p. 38, n° 47. 
Charrier, PI. iv, 56. 



(W.J. Webster.) 



JubaI(B.C. 60-46). 

REX IVBA- Bustofjuba tor., bearded, with hair elaborately arrang- 
ed in formal curls, and with sceptre at his shoulder; wears 
diadem : border of dots. 

J$L. robDDn wn {yitiai hammamleket) in Neo-Punic characters. 

Temple with eight columns and gate-way in front. — Drachm. 

(W. T. Ready.) 
Head, H.N.,p. 885, fig. 397. 

Similar. 

JfyL Similar; in centre of temple, pellet : border of dots. — Drachm. 

(Lake Price sale.) 
Charrier, PL v, 64. 



— 926 



MAURETANIA 



— 927 



MAURETANIA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


8543 
PI. 316 


35-7 


JR17 


MAURETANIA 

Kings. 
JubaII(B.C. 25— A.D. 23). 

REX IVBA. Head of Juba II. to r., diademed : border of dots. 

I$£. Cornucopiae and sceptre in saltire ; in field to r., crescent: 
border of dots. — Denarius. ■ 

(W.Webster, 1883.) 
Muller, Numidie et Mauretanie, p. 103, n° 25. 
Charrier, PI. xvn, 2S5 . 


2.43 



— 929 — 



INCERTA 



— 931 — 

117 



INCERTA 



INCERTA 



In addition to the coins described under this heading, there are a number of others, of doubt- 
ful attribution, 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. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 








INCERTA 


I - 23 






AURIOL FIND CLASS. Diobols and Obols, some of Asia Minor 
types, which may belong to Ionian, Carian and other districts. 


35 -36 






Coins issued in Sicily, probably by Sextus Pompeius, to com- 
memorate the Spanish legions' loyalty to his fortunes . 


83-87 






ETRURIA. Uncertain Coins of the Chiana Valley, etc. 


224- 
228 

236 






LATIUM. Uncertain Mints of Central Italy. 






SAMNIUM ? Obol, belonging probably to Peripolium. 


288 






CAPUA ? Gold Drachm, with X in ex. of rev. Ascribed to Car- 








thage in the Montagu sale Catalogue, 1896, p. 106, lot 815. 


3i3 






CUMAE. Garrucci under Scylacium. Not under Cumae in Sam- 
bon, Monn. antiques de V Italic. 


416 - 






CAMPANIA. Uncertain, conjecturally attributed to Irnum, by 


419 






Sambon {Hist. Num., 191 1, p. 43). 


695 






CROTON. Wrongly described under TARENTUM . 


708- 
710 

861 






TARENTUM. Wrongly described under HERACLEIA. 






SYBARIS in alliance with Posidonia. This coin may belong to 








Posidonia . 


IOII- 






CROTON. Uncertain Alliance Coins. 


1014 








1354 






HIMERA (?) Litra; obv. Greaves; rev. Wheel. Camarina also 
suggested as mint of issue. 


1363 






HIMERA Q)JE; obv. Herakles standing I.; rev. Draped female 
figure sacrificing at altar. 


1462- 






MOTYA (?) Siculo-Punic. M. 


1463 








1789- 






ISLANDS OF SICILY, ^attributed to Sardinia (?). 


1795 








1765- 






SICILY. Roman coins probably struck in the island. 


1766 








1767 






SICILY. Uncertain. JE. 


1845 






AEGAE (?) Thraco-Macedonian Incerta. 



— 933 



INCERTA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


1855 






THERMA (?) May belong to Lampsacus . 


i860 






APOLLONIA (?) 


1870- 






ACANTHUS (?) Or Thraco-Macedonian Incerta. 


1878- 








1886 








1897- 






OLYNTHUS (?) Babelon gives these coins to the Incerta of 


1899 






Thrace, Macedon and Aegean Islands; D r Hill has attributed them 
to Euboea, which is no doubt the correct classification . 


2265- 






HERACLEIA SINTICA. These coins have also been assigned to 


2268 






Heracleia Pontica (Bithyniae), but they appear to be Macedonian in 
style and fabric . 


2365- 






ABDERA (?) The attribution of the Phoenician octodrachm 


2366 






remains uncertain. The Tetradrachm (n° 2366) has also been 
assigned to Phocaea and to Teos ; it is probably Ionian . 


2540 






THASOS (?) Belongs to Uxentum Cal., vide n° 698A (PL 97, 
n° 2540 ; vol. II). 


2709 






SPARADOCUS (?) More probably, some unknown Thraco- 
Macedonian dynast. 


2956- 






PEPARETHUS. Babelon classes these coins amongst the Incerta 


2958 






of Thrace, Macedon, and the Aegean Islands. 


3037 






CORCYRA (?) Imhoof suggests an uncertain mint of Asia 
Minor ; Babelon notes the similarity of the rev. with coins of Ery- 
thrae. 


3198 






ACRAEPHIA (?) 


3327- 






BOEOTIA. Uncertain Mints of. 


3331 








3373" 






ERETRIA (?) The attribution of these coins to some towns on 


3375 






the Western coast of Asia Minor has also been suggested ; Babelon 
places them under Uncertain of Northern Ionia. 


338i 






ERETRIA (?) 


3420- 






EUBOEA. Uncertain Mints of. Babelon assigns these to Athens. 


3424 








3425 






ATHENS (?) El. Hekte. Possibly Lesbos. 


3426 






ATHENS (?) Drachm, obv. Owl to 1. ; rev. Incuse square. 
B . M . Cat. sub Euboea. 


3525 






ATHENS (?) More probably issued from the mint of the Athen- 








ian Kleruchy in Delos. 



934 — 



INCERTA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


3637 






AEGINA (?) 


3870- 






CORINTH. Uncertain Colonies of. 


3873 








3874 






PHLIUS (?) Euboic stater. Also ascribed to Lycia. 


4590- 






RHAUCUS (?) 


4591 








4599 






CRETE. Uncertain Diobol ; possibly Euboean . 


4652 






CYTHNOS. Possibly an Alliance coin between Aegina and an 






Euboean city. 


4748- 




Uncertain Mint of the Asiatic Bosporus; probably PHANAGO- 


4749 




RIA (?) 


5320 






ASSOS. (Mysia, not Troas). Cf. Num. Chron., 1920, p. 99. 


5339 






CEBREN (?) D r Imhoof placed this coin among the Incerta. 


5476 






CYME (?) Or uncertain of the North-western coast of Asia 
Minor. 


5564 




MYRINA (?) Doubtful attribution. 


5704- 




IONIA (?) Uncertain Electrum Coins chiefly of the Western 


5738 
5908- 






Coast Towns of Asia Minor. 


5909 
6030 
6066 - 








6078 








6286- 








6287 








6039- 
6040 






MILETUS (?) 


6055 






MILETUS (?) 


6353- 






CARIA (?) Also attributed to Caunus (?) 


6354 








6448- 
6454 






CAUNUS (?) 


6460 






CHERSONESUS (?) 


6545 






MYNDUS (?) JE of Hadrian. 


6698 






MEGISTE (?) 


6769 






LYDIA (?) Possibly Ionian. 


7059 






C1BYRA (?) Doubtful attribution ; probably uncertain of Asia 
Minor. 


7226 






LYCIA. Uncertain Obol (also ascribed to Rhodus ?) 



— 935 



INCERTA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


7251 






LYCIA. Diobol of Uncertain Satrap ; Babelon assigns it to Pam- 
phylia. 


7475 - 






TERMESSUS MINOR. The coins of this Mint should have been 


7481 






placed under Lycia instead of Pisidia. 


7682 






CILICIA. Uncertain Hemiobol (Macedonian type). 


7742 






CURIUM (?) Incerta of Cyprus. 


7743" 






Incerta of Cyprus. 


7746 








7834 






SELEUCID. Hemiobol of uncertain attribution ; may belong to 
Seleucus I or Antiochus I. 


8059 






SIDON (?) This Obol is possibly Cilician. 


8105 






CAESAREIA (?) This attribution is open to doubt. 


8152 






HIMYARITE. Drachm. Uncertain. 


8483 






MACAE (?) 


8535 






Uncertain Island between Africa and Sicily. 


8544- 






INCERTA,?. v. 


8592 






Uncertain of Macedon, Thrace and Aegean Islands. 
Circ. B.C. 500. 


8544 

Pi. 317 


126.8 


J&20 


Figure kneeling to r. on r. knee ; hair represented by dots, falling 
in long plait over shoulder; 1. arm raised; around waist, belt to 


8.22 








which is attached a pair of spread wings ; right hand resting on 








hip or on the attachment of the r. wing ; in front, lotus flower : 








border of dots. 








J$L. Quadripartite incuse square. — Eub. Didrachm. 








(Found at Thasos ; from Rhousopoulos, 1897.) 








Babelon, Traite, II, PI. lix, 6 (this coin also mentioned). 








Cf. Imhoof, Mon. Gr., p. 107, n° 177a. 








Cf. Head, Archaic coins probably of Cyrene, Num. Chron., 1891, PI. 1, I. 








Cf. B.M.Cat., Macedon, p. 136, n° 2. 








Svoronos, UOr du Pange'e, p. 136, n° 32 c(Pl. xvn, 10 ; this coin). 








* Sir H. Weber, referring to the B.M. coin, besides noticing a number of 








differences in the type, states that this specimen is more archaic, and from the 








development of the breasts and the long tuft of hair he is inclined to consider the 








figure as that of a female. The coin having been found at Thasos may belong to 








that island. Svoronos ascribes this coin and the following to the Pierians of the 








Pangaeum. 



936 — 



INCERTA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8545 
PI. 317 



8546 
PI. 317 



8547 
PI. 317 



8548 
PI. 317 



128.$ 

8.33 



yRi9 



120.8 
7.83 



8.61 



"7 
7.58 



jfU8 



.R17 



iRi? 



Figure kneeling to r. on r. knee, and running; head turned to 1. ; 
wears talaric chiton, and holds in each hand, lowered, lotus flow- 
er : border of dots. 

J$L. Quadripartite incuse square. — Eub. Didrachm . 

(Ashburnham sale, 1895 ; lot 241.) 
Cf. Head, Num. Cbron., 1 891 , p. 7 (PI. 1, 2). 
Babelon, Trails, p. 1258, fig. 1846. 

Forepart of boar to r., downwards (indistinct); in centre of coin, 
circle within which, a pellet; from this emerge three sprouting 
buds (lotus flowers) : border of dots. 

fyL. 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. 

Boar walking to r. on a plain line of exergue ; beneath body, a 
flower, above, a pellet '. 

fyL. Quadripartite incuse square. — Stater. 

(D r Hirsch, Munich, 1906.) 

Publ. by Sir H.Weber in Corolla Nuinisinaiica, 1906, p. 296, n° 1 (PI. xv, 1). 

Cf. G.F.Hill, Num. Cbron., 1895, PI. 11, 7. 

Head, Hist. Num., 191 1, p. 205. 

Cf. Babelon, Traite, p. 1255, n° 1840. 

1. This coin has been ascribed to Cyrene. Perdrizet (Rev. Num., 1903, p. 210) 
has shown that it belongs to Macedon, and suggested the attribution to Stageira. 

Conventional floral pattern of six sprouting lotiform buds around 
central circle within which is a pellet; between two of the 
branches, boar's head to 1. : border of dots. 



937 — 



INCERTA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8549 
PI. 3 I 7 



855O 
PI. 317 



855I 
PI. 317 



8552 

PI. 317 



8553 
PI. 317 



131. 2 
"8750" 



H4-2 

8.70 



"7-5 
7.61 



2&17 



A16 



A17 



4i-i 
2.66 



Aii 



20.6 
1 -33 



iC8 



1$L. Shallow incuse square divided into four unequal triangles by 

thin diagonal bands. — Eub. Didrachm. 

(Cairo, 1898.) 
Sir H.Weber, Num. Chron., 1899, p. 280, no 19 (PI. xvi, 9 ; 
this coin attributed to Cyrene) . 
Cf. Babelon, Traile, II, p. 1261, n° 1851. 

Similar type ; boar's head clearer than on preceding coin . 

J$L. Quadripartite incuse square. — Eub. Didrachm. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1893.) 

Similar type; but instead of boar's head between two of the 
branches, eagle flying to 1 . 

fyL. Incuse square irregularly divided. — Eub. Didrachm. 

(W.T. Ready, 1905.) 

Conventional floral pattern of four sprouting lotiform buds arrang- 
ed crosswise around central dotted circle within which is a 
pellet; between two of the branches, lion's head with open jaws, 
and three pellets between the other buds. 

^6. Incuse square within which floral pattern around central circle 

enclosing a pellet. — Eub. Didrachm . 

(Cairo, 1888.) 
Cf. Canon Greenwell, Num. Chron., 1890, p. 7 (PI. II, 5). 
Cf. Babelon, Traite, II, p. 1259, n° 1848. 
Cf. Muller, Cyrenaique, p. 11, fig. 17. 

Conventional floral pattern of six sprouting lotiform buds around 
central circle within which a pellet ; between two of the branches, 
ram's head to 1 . 

T$L. Incuse square divided into four triangular spaces by diagonal 

bands. — Eub. Tetrobol. 

(Alexandria, 1884.) 
Sir H.Weber, Num. Chron., 1899, p. 285, n° 24 (PI. xvi, 15 ; this coin). 

Babelon, p. 1262, n° 1852 (PI. lix, ii). This coin also mentioned. 
Svoronos, UOr du Pange'e, p. 132, n° 10 b (this coin ; Pieriens du Pang£e). 

Conventional floral pattern of six sprouting lotiform buds around 
central circle within which is a pellet . 



- 938 



INCERTA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION' 








fyL. Incuse square diagonally divided into four irregular triangular, 

spaces. — Eub. Diobol. 

(Alexandria, 1884.) 
Sir H. Weber, Num. Cbron., 1899, p. 286, n° 25 (PI. XVI, 16 ; this coin. 
Babelon, p. 1262, fig. 1856 (this coin). 
Svoronos, p. 155, n° 27 (this coin). 


8554 

PI. 317 


39 5 


iRi3 


Conventional floral pattern of four buds arranged around central 
circle. 


2.56 








fy,. Incuse square within which floral pattern around central circle 
enclosing a pellet. — Hub. Tetrobol. 








Early Fifth Century B.C. 


8555 

PI. 317 


265 


/R24 


Lion crouching to 1.; above, flower; below, Gorgoneion : plain 
border. 


17.17 








V)L. Within square of dots, forepart of winged boar : the whole 








within deep incuse square. — Tetradrachm. 

(Gen 1 Moore sale, 1889.) 

B.M. Guide, 1881, PI. 11, 21. 

Num. Cbron., 1891, PI. 1, 9 (this coin). 

Head, Hist. Num., 191 1, p. 867. 

Babelon, Traite, PI. lix, 14 (under Uncertain of the Aegean Islands). 

This coin also mentioned. 








* The eleven coins described under n os 8544-8555 had all been given to Cyrene 
by Sir Hermann Weber, in accordance with Midler, Head and others, 
but Babelon (Traite, 11, p. 1270) gives reasons for giving up this attribution 
to the various types of coins, composing the bind of Cos, and prefers to place 
them amoug the Uncertain of Thrace, Macedou, and the Aegean Islands. Svoronos 
ascribes them to the Pierians of the Pangaeum. 








Fifth Century B.C. 


8556 


16.4 


M. 12 


Bull kneeling to r., raising its head : border of dots. 

J$L. Shallow quadripartite incuse square. — Trihemiobol. 

(Thieme, Leipzig, 1888.) 


1 .06 


8557 
PI. 317 


6 


^7 


Bull's head, facing : border of dots. 

fyL. Quadripartite incuse square divided by broad bands. — Hemi- 

obol . 

(Bunbury sale, 1896 ; lot 1222.) 


0.39 



— 939 



118 



INCERTA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


8558 


12.4 


JR. 9 


Head to r. of very archaic style, bearded, eye in profile, hair 
indicated by dots . 


O.80 








1$L. Incuse square of Macedonian pattern. — Obol. 








(Found in Macedon, 1896 ; ex Rhousopoulos, 1897.) 


8559 

PI. 317 


5.6 


A8 


Forepart of cow, to 1. : border of dots. 

J$L. Quadripartite incuse square. — Hemiobol . 


O.36 








(Macedonian Find (Mende), 1897.) 
Publ. by Sir H.W., Num. Chroti., 1898, p. 255, no 18 (PI. xvi, 18). 


8560 

PI. 317 


7-4 


JR. 8 


Spear-head : border of dots . 

T$L. Quadripartite incuse square ; each division containing a pellet. 

— Hemiobol. 

(Macridi Pacha, 1896.) 

Imhoof, Motin. Gr., p. m, n° 190. 


0.48 


8561 

PI. 317 


6.5 


JR. 6 


Shield, with in centre and triskeles pattern, with between 
each leg : border of dots. 


0.42 








J$L. Incuse square. — Hemiobol . 

(J.P.Lambros, 1893.) 








Asia Minor . 


8562 
PI. 317 


116 


J&19 


Forepart of winged lion to 1. back to back with forepart of winged 
horse to r. : border of dots . 


7-5i 








J$L. Quadripartite incuse square. — Phoc. Didrachm. 

Holed . 

(Delbecke sale, Ad. Hess, Frankfort, 1891 ; lot 550.) 

Babelon, Traite, I, p. 627, n° 986 (PI. xxvm, 10). 

Jameson Cat., PI. lxxxii, 1647. 


8563 

PI. 317 


121 .2 


JR. 19 


Similar. 

J$L. Similar. — Phoc. Didrachm . 


7.85 



— 940 — 



INCERTA 



No. 



Wt. 



Metal 
Size. 



DESCRIPTION 



8564 
PI. 317 



0.99 



8565 
PI. 317 



3i-5 
2.04 



8566 



27-8 

1.80 



8567 
Pi. 517 



455 
2.95 



8568 
Pi. 317 



8569 
PI. 317 



5-2 
0.34 



3-7 
0.24 



yR 1 1 Lion standing to 1., looking back. 

fyL. 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. 



JR. 13 Lion's head to r., with open jaws. 

tyL. Deep oval incuse divided by bar into two compartments. 

(1904.) 
Cf. obv. of Babelon, PI. xxvm, 23. 

/R. 11 J Lion's head to 1., with open jaws*. 

fyL. Deep irregular quadripartite incuse square. 

(J.P.Lambros, 1893.) 

* Sir H. \V. suggested the attribution of this coin to Cnidus. 
/K 1 1 i Forepart of lion to I. ; open jaws, 1. foreleg visible. 



sK 8 



JBLS 



tyL. Deep quadripartite incuse square. 
*This coin belongs to the Thracian Chersonese, 



(J.P.Lambros, 1893.) 



Calf's head to L, within circle of dots. 

1$L. Incuse square within which floral pattern. — Hemiobol. 

Lion's head to r., with protruding tongue : border of dots. 

fyL. Stellate pattern of 16 rays, eight small and eight large, around 
central pellet. — Hemiobol. 

(J.P.Lambros, 1893.) 



941 



INCERTA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


8570 
PI. 317 


60.5 


JR. 14 


Boar's head to r. * 

1$L. Quadripartite incuse square. — Drachm. 


3.92 








(Bunbury sale, 1896; lot 763.) 








Cf. Babelon, Traite, PI. xxvm, 6. 








* Sir H. W. has a note against this coin stating that D r Imhoof has a similar 








specimen, which he places among the Incerta. Babelon (p. 626) states that the 








attribution of the coin to Lyttus in Crete or Lycia is certainly wrong . 


8571 

PI. 317 


62.5 


^14 


Similar. 

J$L. Deep incuse square, punch-marked. — Drachm. 


4.05 








(Rollin & Feuardent, London, 1883.) 








Babelon, PI. xxvm, 6. 


8572 

PI. 317 


64.3 


iR.13 


Similar. 

J$L. Rough quadripartite incuse square. — Drachm. 


4.17 


8573 

PI. 317 


63.8 


J&14 


Similar. 

1$L. Irregular punch-mark, in the shape of ram's head(?) — Drachm. 


4.13 


8574 
PI. 317 


31.4 


Aio 


Forepart of boar to 1. * 

T$L. Incuse square, divided by a bar into two oblong squares of 


2.03 








unequal size ornamented with irregular linear figures. — Attic 








Hemidrachm . 








(Alexandria, 1898.) 








H. Weber, Num. Cbron., 1899, p. 285, n° 23 (PI. xvi, 14) *. 








Cf. B.M.C., Cyrena'ica, PI. xxxn. 


8575 

PI. 317 


6.3 


J&7 


Forepart of boar to 1., left foreleg visible. 

T$L. Head and neck of wolf (or hound) to r., with collar; in front, 


O.41 








a hand and arm about to seize the collar; above, a stick (?) : 








within incuse square. — Hemiobol. 








(Montagu sale, II, 1897.) 



— 942 



INCERTA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


8576 
PI. 317 


15 


ifUo 


Boar's head to r. 

T$L. Bull's head and neck, within incuse square. - Diobol. 


O.97 








(Osman Noury Bey, 1902.) 


8577 
PI. 317 


8 


JR.6 


Ram's head to 1. 

fyL. Eagle's head to 1., within incuse square. — Obol . 


0.52 








(Montagu sale, 11, 1897.) 


8577A 


30.5 


JR. 11 


Ram's head to 1. 


PI. 517 


1.98 




\]L. Gorgoneion within incuse square. — Triobol . 

(Smyrna, 1888.) 
Probably Ionian. Cf. Babelon, II, p. 1279, n° 2331 bis. 
Cf". Imhoof, Zeit.f. Num., Ill, p. 307, n° 2. 


8578 


23 .6 


/R13 


Bull's head to 1. 


PI. 517 


1.54 




fyL. Incuse square of peculiar pattern, a kind of swastika, each 

member subdivided into three branches. 

Cf. Babelon, PI. xxva, 22. 

Cf. Wroth, Num. Cbron., 1898, p. 122, n° 41 (PI. IX, 4), where it is 

suggested that this class of coins may belong to Lycia. 


8579 
PI. 317 


32 


JR. 11 


Forepart of bull to 1., 1. leg bent under him . 

fyL. Kin or KIA (!) Forepart of bull to 1., swimming: within 


2.07 








incuse circle. 








(Artist sale, 1899.) 


8580 
PI. 317 


12.7 


j&c, 


Forepart of bull swimming to 1. * 

1$L. Crab : within incuse square. — Trihemiobol. 


0.82 








(Macridi Pacha, 1897.) 








* There is a similar coin in the Royal Library, Turin. 


8581 
PI. 517 


2.8 


JR. 6 


Similar. 

]$L. Ornamented trident, within incuse circle. — Tetartemorion . 


0.18 


8582 
PI. 3.7 


20.6 


JK11 


Forepart of winged bull swimming to r. 
I$L. Gorgoneion, within incuse square. 


'•33 



943 



INCERTA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DESCRIPTION 


8583 
PI. 317 


9 


iELio 


Eagle (?) standing to r., looking back. 

J$L. Rough incuse square. — Obol. 

(Montagu sale, 11, 1897.) 
D r Imhoof calls this an uncertain coin of Asia Minor. 


0.58 


8584 
PI. 317 


12 


JR.9 


Head of Athene to r., helmeted . 

tyL. Lion's scalp facing; within incuse square. — Trihemiobol. 


0.77 








(Artist sale, London, 1899.) 


8585 

PI. 317 


8.6 


A8 


Head to 1., helmeted. 

J$L. Incuse square, quartered. — Obol. 

(H. Hoffmann, 1883.) 
Cf. Coins of the Auriol Find class. 


0.56 








Fifth Century B.C. ? 


8586 
PI. 317 


11. 8 


J£i& 


Head to r., bearded, with long nose, and pointed beard: border of 
dots. 


0.76 








T$L. Forepart of running lion (or bull) to 1. : within dotted square. 

— Trihemiobol (Cilician ?) . 

(Constantinople, 1891.) 


8587 
PI. 317 


6.9 


JKS 


Female head to r., hair rolled. 

tyL. Helmet to r., in incuse square. — Obol. 


0.45 


8588 
PI. 317 


7 


iL6 


Head of Zeus Ammon, bearded, three-quarter face to r. : within 
linear circle. 


0.45 








!fyl. Head of Athene to r., in plain helmet : within incuse. — 








Obol. 

(Found in the sand of the old port of Alexandria, 1898.) 








B.M.C., Cyrenaica, p. 57, n° 273 (this coin). 








Third Century B.C.? 


8589 


60 


IE 16 


Head to 1., wearing taenia (?)' 

J$L. Goat walking to 1. ; between front legs, A . 


3.88 


, 






1. Six had suggested the attribution of this coin to Cyprus, but Imhoof 
left it amongst the Incerta. It is certainly Cretan, possibly Rithymna (E.S.G.R.). 



944 — 



INCERTA 



No. 


Wt. 


Metal 
Size. 


DKSCRIPTIOX 


8590 
PI. 317 


19 


JE II 


Head of Hermes to r., in petasus, with caduceus at shoulder. 
fyL. Ear of corn between HP, in corn-wreath. 


1.23 


8)9i 


39.8 


JE 15 


Head of Dionysus to r., bearded. 
fyL. Bunch of grapes . 


2.58 








(Constantinople, 1897.) 
* Belongs probably to the islands off the coast of Asia Minor. 

Syria (?) 

Caracalla and Julia Domna. 


8592 


146 


Ai 22 


AVT KAI ANTONINOC C€B. Head of Caracalla to r., laureate : bord- 


Pi. 317 


9.46 




er of dots. 

I£. IOVAIA AOMNAC€B. Head of Julia Domna to r. ; in the field, 
H K<t> = (Seleucidan date, 528): border of dots. 

(N. Dimitriou, 1898; found in Syria.) 

North Africa (Carthage ?) ' 


8593 


10.9 


/K8 


Head of Herakles to r., diademed : border of dots. 


PI. 317 


0.71 




tyL. Elephant to 1. ; in ex. • : border of dots. — Attic Obol. 

(J. Sambon, Milan, 1900.) 

1. Given to Seleucus I in Brit. Mus. (E.S.G.R.). 



— 9-15 — 



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 167-190. 

AETOLIA II 276-279. 

ALEXANDRINE EMPIRE OF THE EAST III 

827-850. 
APULIA I S8-101. 
ARABIA 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 I 2-4. 

BABYLONIA III 827-S50. 

BACTRIA III 859-841. 

BISALTIAN DISTRICT (The) II 14-16. 

BITHYNTA III 55-65. 

BOEOTIA II 296-518. 

BOSPORUS III 4-6. 

BOTTIAEAN AND STRYMONIAN DISTRICTS 

(The) II 58-45. 
BRITANNIA I 15-16. 
BRUTTIUM I 200-242. 

CALABRIA I 102-149. 
CAMPANIA I 26-40. 56-87. 
CAPPADOCIA III 705-715. 
CARIA III 557-419. 
CARIA, ISLANDS OFF 592-419. 
CARIA, SATRAPS OF 589-591. 
CEPHALLENIA II 457-461. 
CHALCIDIAN DISTRICT (The) II 17-58. 
CHALCIDICE II 25-28. Ill 752. 



CHARACENE III 855-857. 

CHERSONESUS TAURICA II 180-185. 

CHERSONESUS THRACIA II 127-158. 

CILICIA III 615-671. 

COELESYRIA 765-766. 

COLCHIS III 7-8. 

COMMAGENE III 748-750. 

CORCYRA II 259-267. 

CORINTHIA II 577-416. 

CRETA II 505-555. 

CYCLADES (The) II 554-576. 

CYPRUS III 675-695. 857. 858. 859. 860. 

CYRENAICA III 848. 849. 862. 889-905. 

CYRRHESTICA III 750-751. 

DANUBIAN DISTRICT (The) II 162-180. 
DECAPOLIS III 766. 

EGYPT III 845-888. 

ELIS II 439-457- 

EMATHIAN DISTRICT (The) II 8-15. 

EPIRUS II 249-257. 

ETRURIA I 18-25. 

EUBOEA II 519-555. 



FRENTANI I S2- 



)i 



GALATIA III 695-702. 
GALILAEA III 795. 
GALLIA I 9-14. 

HECATONNESI III 215-214. 
HIMYARITES III 810-81 1. 
HISPANIA I 5-8. 
HISPANO-CARTHAGINIAN III 915. 

ILLYRICUM II 241-247. 
INCERTA III 951-945. 



950 



IONIA III 215-335. 313. 

IONIA, ISLANDS OF III ? 14-3 35. 

IONIAN REVOLT III 222. 

ISLANDS BETWEEN AFRICA AND SICILY 

III 917-922. 
ITALIA I 17-242. 

JUDAEA III 796-805. 

LACONIA II 466-472. 
LATIUM I 26-40. 46-49. 
LESBOS III 191-214. 
LIBYA III 905-907. 
LOCRIS II 282-288. 
LUCANIA I 150-199. 
LYCAONIA III 613-614 b. 
LYCIA III 543-567. 
LYDIA III 313. 421-473. 

MACEDONIA II 1-104. 

MACEDON, THRACE AND AEGEAN ISLANDS 

(Incerta) III 936-940. 
MAURETANIA III 927-929. 
MEGARIS II 366-369. 
MESOPOTAMIA III 813-819. 
MESSENIA II 463-466. 
MYSIA III 65-128. 313. 

NABATHAEA III 809. 

NOMES AND CITIES OF EGYPT III 885-888. 

NUMIDIA III 923-926. 

ODRYSAE, DISTRICT of the II 182-187. 

PAEONIA II 89-92. 
PALESTINE III 794-805. 
PALMYRENE III 752. 
PAMPHYLIA III 569-586. 
PANGAEAN DISTRICT IIj-8. 
PAPHLAGONIA III 23-33." 



PELOPONNESUS II 417-504. 
PERSIA III 821-830. 
PERSIS III 831-33. 
PHILISTO-ARABIAN III 798-800. 
PHLIASIA II 419-421. 
PHOCIS II 289-295. 
PHOENICIA III 767-792. 
PHRYGIA III 477. 
PICENUM I 44-45. 
PISIDIA III 587-614. 
PONTUS III 9-22. 

RHODES III 408-419. 

SABAEANS III 810. 

SAMARIA III 795-6. 

SAMNIUM I 50-51. 55-56. 

SARDINIA I 375-376. 

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 243-376. 

SICULO-PUNIC I 371-372. Ill 911-915. 
SICYONIA II 421-428. 
SYRIA II 717-766. 

THASOS II 143-149. 
THESSALIA II 203-240. 
THRACIA II 105-201. 
THRACONITIS III 766. 
TROAS III 129-166. 

— ISLANDS OFF III 164-^66. 

UMBRIAI41-43. 

ZACYNTHUS II 461-463. 
ZEUGITANA III 909-915. 



b) Mints. 



Abacaenum Siciliae I 245-246. 
Abbaetae-Mysi Phrygiae III 479. 
Abdera Thraciae II 118-L27. 
Abonuteichos Paphlagoniae III 24. 



Abydus Troadis II 190. Ill 131-134. 
Acanthus Macedoniae II 18-22. 
Acarnanian Federal Coinage II 274-275. 409. 
Accilaeum Phrygiae III 479. 
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. 

Adada Pisidiae III 589. 

Adana Ciliciac III 617. 

Adramyteum Mysiae III 67. 

Adranum Siciliae I 246. 

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 554-555. 

Aegina II 370-376. 558. 

Aegium Achaeae II 430-431. 

Aegospotami Chersonesi Thraciae II 152-133. 

Aegosthena Megaridis II 366. 

Aelia Capitolina Judaea III 796-. 

Aemilium v. Haemilium. 

Aeneia Macedoniae II 38. 

Aenianes Thessaliae II 205-206. 

Aenus Thraciae II 106-111. 

Aesernia Samnii I 50-51. 

Aetna (Catana) Siciliae I 246-247. 

Aetna Siciliae I 246-247. 

Aezanis Phrygiae III 485-487. 

Agrigentum Siciliae 1 247-255. 

Agrippia Caesareia Bospori III 5-6. 

Agyrium Siciliae I 255-256. 

Alabanda Cariae III 339-340. 

Alaesa Siciliae I 256-257. 

Alba Fucens Latii I 48. 

Alea Arcadiae II 489. 

Alexandreia ad Issum Ciliciae III 618. 

Alexandreia Aegypti III 251. 863-888. 

Alexandreia Troas III 134-140. 

Alia Phrygiae III 488. 

Alinda Cariae III 340. 

Allaria Cretae II 507. 

Allifae Campaniae I 56. 

Alopeconnesus Chersonesi Thraciae II 133. 

Aluntium Siciliae I 258. 

Alyzia Acarnaniae II 269. 

Amasia Ponti III 11-13. 

Amastris Paphlagoniae III 24-26. 

Amathus Cypri III 675-676. 

Ambiani I 12. 

Ambracia Epiri II 249-250. 408-409. 

Amestratus Siciliae I 258. 



Amisus Ponti III 13-17. 

Amorium Phrygiae III 488-490. 

Amphaxitis Macedoniae II 96. 

Amphictyonic Council II 294-295. 

Amphipolis Macedoniae II 58-42. 57- 5S. 60-62. 

74-75- 86-87. 
Amphissa Locridis II 288. 
Anactorium Acarnaniae II 269. 410-41 1. 
Anaphe II 555 . 

Anazarbus Ciliciae III 619-621. 
Anchialus Thraciae II 177-178. 
Ancona Piceni I 44. 
Ancyra Galatiaelll 698-700. 
Ancyra Phrygiae III 490-492. 
Andeda Pisidiae III 589. 
Andros II 555-557. 
Anemurium Ciliciae III 621 . 
Antandrus Troadis III 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. 
Antiocheia Cariae v. Alabanda. 
Antiocheia Pisidiae III 589-591. 
Antissa Lesbi III 203-204. 
Apameia Bithyniae III 36-37. 
Apameia Phrygiae III 492-495. 
Apameia Syriae III 758. 
Aphrodisias Cariae III 344-352. 
Aphrodisias Ciliciae III 621-622. 
Aphytis Macedoniae II 28-29. 
Apollonia ad Rhyndaeum Mysiae III 67-68. 
Apollonia Illyrici II 242-245. 
Apollonia (?) Macedoniae II 17-18. 
Apollonia Mordiaeum Pisidiae III 591. 
Apollonia Salbace Cariae III 352-356. 
Apollonia Thraciae II 179. 
Apollonis Lydiae III 425. 
Apollonoshieron Lydiae III 426. 
Appia Phrygiae III 495-496. 
Aptera Cretae III 507-510. 
Aquilonia Samnii I 51. 
Aquinum Latii I 48. 
Arabia Felix III 810. 
Arabia Province III 809. 
Aradus Phoenices II 70. Ill 769-774. 
Arcadian League II 487-489. 
Arcesine Amorgi II 555. 

Argos Amphilochicum Acarnaniae II 269. 411. 
Argos Argolidis II 64. 472-479. 



952 — 



Arirainum Umbriae I 41 . 
Arne II 207. 
Arpi Apuliae I 88-89. 
Arsinoe Cretae II 510. 
Arsinoeia v. Ephesus III 239. 
Arycanda Lyciae III 555-6. 
Ascalon Judaeae III 797-798. 
Asculum Piceni I 89. 
Asopus Laconiae II 466. 
Aspendus Pamphyliae III 571-4. 
Assus Troadis III 141-144. 
Astacus Acarnaniae II 206. 269. 411 
Astypalaea III 392. 
Atameus Mysiae III 68-69. 
Atella Campaniae I 57. 
Athamanes Epiri II 250. 
Athens II 327. 337-363. 459. 555. 
Atrax Thessaliae II 206-207. 
Attaea Mysiae III 69-70. 
Attaleia Lydiae III 426. 
Attaleia Pamphyliae III 575-7. 
Attuda Cariae III 356-357. 
Augusta Ciliciae III 622-623. 
Augusta Trajana Thraciae II 200. 
Auriol Find class I 2-4. 
Aurunca v. Suessa Campaniae. 
Autocane Aeolidis III 171. 
Axus Cretae II 51 1-513 . 
Azetium Apuliae I 90. 



B 



Babylon II 71-72. 76. 
Bageis and Temenothyrae III 428, 
Bageis Lydiae III 426-428. 
Balbura Lyciae III 556. 
Barata Lycaoniae III 614A. 
Barce Cyrenaicae III 901-903. 
Bargasa Cariae III 358. 
Bargylia Cariae III 358-359. 
Baris Pisidiae III 592. 
Barium Apuliae I 90. 
Beroea Cyrrhesticae III 750-751. 
Beroea Macedoniae II 74. 
Berytus Phoenices III 774-776. 
Birytis Troadis III 144-145. 
Bisaltae Macedoniae II 14-15. 
Bisanthe Thraciae II 150. 
Bithynium Bithyniae III 37-38. 
Bizya Thraciae II 192. 



Blaundus Lydiae III 428-431. 
Boeae Laconiae II 467. 
Boii I 13. 

Bostra Arabiae III 809. 
Bottiaei Macedoniae II 96. 
Bottice Macedoniae II 37. 
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 III 885. 
Butuntum Apuliae I 90-91 . 
Byblus Phoenices III 776-778. 
Byzantium Thraciae II 150-158. 190. 
Byzantium and Chalcedon II 157. 
Byzantium and Nicaea II 158. 



Cabeira Ponti III 17. 

Cadi Phrygiae III 498-500. 

Caelia Apuliae I 91-92. 

Caena v. Alaesa. 

Caesareia and Smyrna III 714. 

Caesareia Cappadociae III 708-714. 

Caesareia-Germanica Bithyniae III 38. 

Caesareia Samariae III 795-6. 800. 

Calacte Siciliae I 258-259. 

Calchedon Bithyniae II 157. Ill 38-41. 

Cales Campaniae I 57-58. 

Callatis Moesiae Inferioris II 167-168. 

Calymna III 392-393. 

Camarina Siciliae I 259-263. 310. 

Camirus Rhodi III 408-409. 

Campani Siciliae I 263 . 

Cane v. Autocane Aeolidis. 

Canusium Apuliae I 92-93. 

Capsa Macedoniae II 35. 

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. 

Carthago Zeugitanae I 371-372. Ill 911-915 

Caryanda Cariae II 320. Ill 359. 

Carystus Euboeae II 320-321. 

Cassandreia Macedoniae II 36-37. 

Cassope Epiri II 250-251. 



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Castabala Ciliciae v. Hieropolis. 

Catana Siciliae 1 264-269 . 

Caulonia Bruttii I 155. 206-208. 

Caunus Cariae III 360-361 . 

Cebren Troadis II 294. Ill 145-147. 

Celenderis Ciliciae III 623-627. 

Cennaiisv. Diocaesareia Ciliciae Lalassisand Olbia. 

Centuripae Siciliae I 270-271. 

Ceos II 557. 

Cephaloedium Siciliae I 272. 

Ceramus Cariae III 361 . 

Ceretapa Phrygiae 111 500. 

Chabacte Ponti III 17. 

Chalcidice Macedoniae 11 25-28. 37. 

Chalcis ad Belum III 752. 

Chalcis Euboeae II 321-325. 

Chalkeia III 362. 

Cherronesus Chers. Taur. II 180-181. 

Chersonesus Cariae III 362. 

Chersonesus Cretae 11 513-515. 

Chiana \'alley 1 22. 

Chios II 66. Ill 262. 514-323. 

Chonia Lyciae III 556. 

Cibyra Phrygiae III 500-505. 

Cidramus Cariae III 362. 

Cierium Thessaliae II 207-208. 

Cilbiani Lydiae 111 431 . 

Citium Cypri II 69. Ill 676-679. 858. 859. 

Cius Bithyniae III 41-44. 

Claudiopolis v. Bithynium III 57-38. 

Claudiopolis Ciliciae III 628. 

Clazomenae Ioniae III 222-231. 

Cleitor Arcadiae II 489-491. 

Cleonae Argolidis II 479-480. 

Cnidus Cariae III 363-367. 

Cnossus Cretae II 515-519. 

Coela Chers. Thrac. II 134. 

Colone Troadis III 147. 

Colophon Ioniae III 231-235. 

Colossae Phrygiae III 504. 

Colybrassus Ciliciae III 628-629. 

Comania Pisidiae 111 593. 

Compulteria Campaniae I 65. 

Copia Lucaniae I 190. 

Coptites Nonius Aegypti III 885. 

Coracesium Ciliciae III 629. 

Corcyra II 259-267. 409. 

Coressia Cei II 370. 558-559. 

Corinthi Colon iae 406-417. 

Corinthus II 377-405. 473. 



Corone Messeniae II 262. 466. 
Coroneia Boeotiae II 297. 
Corycus Ciliciae 111 630-631 . 
Cos III 394-407. 
Cos and Halicarnassus 111 371 . 
Cossura 111 919. 
Cotiaeum Phrygiae III 504-506. 
Cotusa v. Scotussa Macedoniae. 
Cragus Lyciae 111 556-8. 
Cranii Cephalleniae II 457-459. 
Crannon Thessaliae 11 208. 
Cremna Pisidiae 111 593-4. 
Crithote Chers. Thrac. II 134-135. 
Cromna Paphlagoniae 111 26. 
Croton Bruttii I 149. 209-219. 
Cubulteria v. Compulteria I 65. 
Cuniae Campaniae I 65-67. 
Cyaneae Lyciae 111 558. 
Cvdonia Cretae II 520-523. 
Cyme Aeolidis III 171-183. 313. 
Cyme Euboeae II 525-326. 
Cyparissia Messeniae 11 466. 
Cyrene Cyrenaicae III 891-901 . 
Cythera Insula Laconiae II 471-472. 
Cythnos II 560. 
Cyzicus Mysiae III 70-93. 249. 



1) 



Dacia Provincia II 165- 

Damascus Coelesyriae III 765. 

Damastium Ulyrici II 246-247. 

Dardania II 201 . 

Dardanus Troadis III 147-148. 

Dascylium III 512-313. 

Delium (?) II 317. 

Delos II 561-562. 

Delphi Phocidis II 295-295. 

Demetrias Thessaliae II 209. 

Deultum Thraciae II 192. 

Dia Bithyniae 111 44. 

Dicaea Macedoniae 11 57. 

Dicaea Thraciae II 1 16-1 18. 

Diocaesareia Phrygiae v. Ceretapa. 

Diocaesareia Ciliciae III 631-632. 

Dionysopolis Moesie Inferioris II 168, 

Dionysopolis Phrygiae III 506-507. 

Dioshieron Lydiae III 431. 

Dium Macedoniae II 96. 

Docimeium Phrygiae III 507-508. 



954 



Dyme Achaeae II 437. 

Dyrrhachii Illyrici II 379. 407-408, 



Ebusus Insula Hispaniae I 6. 

Ecbatana II 72. 

Eccarra Thessaliae II 209. 

Edessa Macedoniae II n-13.97. 

Edessa Mesopotamiae III 816-817. 

Edoni Macedoniae II 15-16. 

Eion Macedoniae II 7-8 . 

Elaea Aeolidis III 183-186. 

Elaeusa Insula Ciliciae III 669. 

Elateia Phocidis II 295 . 

Elea Epiri II 251. 

Eleusis Atticae II 364. 

Eleutherna Cretae II 523-524. 

ElisII 437. 4>9"457- 

Elisphasii Arcadiae. 

Elyrus Cretae II 525. 

Emisa Syriae III 758. 

Emporiae Hispaniae I 6. 

Enna Siciliae I 273. 

Ephesus and Hierapolis III 517-518. 

Ephesus Ioniae III 122.236-251. 

Epicteteis Phrygiae III 483. 

Epidamnus Illyrici II 407-408. 

Epidaurus Argolidis II 438. 480-482. 

Epiphaneia Syriae III 759. 

Eretria Euboeae II 326-331. 

Eretria Lesbi III 204. 

Eriza Phrygiae III 508. 

Erythrae Ioniae III 251-263. 

Eryx Siciliae I 273-275. 

Etenna Pisidiae III 594-5. 

Eucarpeia Phrygiae III 509-510. 

Euesperides Cyrenai'cae III 903 . 

Eumeneia Phrygiae III 510-512. 

Euromus Cariae III 368. 

Eurydiceia v. Smyrna. 

Eusebeia Cappadociae v. Caesareia. 



F 



Elaviopolis Ciliciae III 632-633. 

Frentrum I 52. 

Fulvia v. Eumeneia Phrygiae. 



Gabala Syriae III 759. 
Gades Hispaniae I 7-8. 
Gambrium Mysiae III 93-94. 
Gargara Troadis III 149-150. 
Gaulos III 919-920. 
Gaza Judaeae III 798-800. 
Gaziura Ponti III 18. 
Gebal v. Byblus Phoenices. 
Gela Siciliae I 276-280. 
Gergis Troadis III 150. 
Germanicopolis Paphlagoniae III 27, 
Germe Lydiae III 432-434. 
Gonnus Thessaliae II 209-210. 
Gordus-Julia Lydiae III 434-436. 
Gorgippia Bospori III 5 . 
Gortyna Cretae II 518. 525-530. 
Graxa Calabriae I 104. 
Grynium Aeolidis III 186. 
Gyrton Thessaliae II 210. 



H 



Hadrianeia Mysiae III 95 . 
Hadriani Mysiae III 94. 
Hadrianopolis Phrygiae III 512-513. 
Hadrianopolis Thraciae II 193-195. 
Hadrianothera Mysiae III 95 . 
Haliartus Boeotiae II 298. 
Halicarnassus and Cos III 371 . 
Halicarnassus Cariae II 59. Ill 368-371. 
Halus Thessaliae II 210. 
Hamaxitus Troadis III 151. 
Harb III 811. 
Hatria Piceni I 44-45 . 
Hephaestia Lemni II 140-141 . 
Heracleia Bithyniae III 45-50. 
Heracleia Insula Illyrici II 245 . 
Heracleia Ioniae III 263-264. 
Heracleia Lucaniae I 151-156. 
Heracleia Salbace Cariae III 372 . 
Heracleia Sintica Macedoniae II 97. 
Heracleia Trachinia Thessaliae II 211. 
Heracleopolis v. Sebastopolis Ponti. 
Heracleopolites Nomus Aegypti III 887, 
Heraea Arcadiae II 491-494. 
Hermione Argolidis II 483-484. 
Hermocapelia Lydiae III 436- 
Hierapolis 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. 
Hierocaesareia Lydiae III 457-438. 
Hieropolis Castabala Ciliciae III 633-63 \. 
Hieropolis Cyrrhesticae III 751. 
Hieropolis Phrygiae III 519. 
Himera Siciliae I 211. 280-285. 
Hipponium Bruttii I 219-221. 
Histiaea Euboeae II 531-355. 
Homolium Thessaliae II 211. 
Hybla Magna Siciliae I 287. 
Hvpaepa Lydiae III 458-459. 
Hvrgaleis Phrygiae III 520. 
Hyria Calabriae 1 104-105. 
Hyria Campaniae I 67-69. 
Hyrium Apuliae I 95. 
Hyrtacina Cretae II 551. 



I-J 



Iaetia Siciliae 1 287-288. 

lalysus Rhodi III 409. 

lasus Cariae III 373-374. 

Icaria III 325. 

Ichnae Macedoniae II 15. 

Iconium Lycaoniae HI 614A-B. 

Idalium Cvpri III 679. 

Idyma Cariae III 574. 

Jerusalem. Aelia Capitolina. 

Iguvium Umbriae I 41. 

Iliberis I 7. 

Ilium Troadis III 1 51-157. 

Imbros II 158-140. 

Ionia in genere III 217-222. 

Ionopolis v. Abonuteichos III 24. 

Ios II 562. 

Irenopolis Ciliciae III 634. 

Irnum Campaniae I 87. 

Isaura Ciliciae III 654-655. 

Isinda Pisidiae III 595-6. 

Issa insula Illyrici II 245. 

Issus Ciliciae III 655-6. 

Istrus Moesiae Inferioris II 169. 

Itanus Cretae II 552-534. 

Ithaca II 461. 

Judaea III 795-804. 

Julia Gordus v. Gordus Julia Lydiae. 

Julis Cei II 559-560. 



Lacedaemon Laconiae II 438. 467-471. 

Laerte Ciliciae III 636. 

Lamia Thessaliae II 211-215. 

Lampsacus Mysiae II 58. 65. Ill 96-105. 515. 

Laodiceia ad Lycum Phrvgiae III 504. 520-527, 

Laodiceia ad Mare Syriae III 759-762. 

Laodiceia and Pergamum III 527. 

laodiceia and Smyrna III 526-527. 

Laodiceia Phoenices v. Bervtus. 

Lappa Cretae II 554-555. 

Larinum Frentanorum I 52-55. 

Larissa Cremaste Thessaliae II 220-221. 

Larissa Ioniae III 264. 

Larissa Phriconis Aeolidis III 186-187. 

Larissa Thessaliae II 215-220. 

Las Laconiae II 471 . 

Latopolites Nomus Aegvpti. 

Latus Cretae II 555. 

Laiis Lucaniae I 156-157. 

Lebedus Ioniae III 264-265. 

Leontini Siciliae 1 288-293. 

Lesbos III 195-205. 

Lete Macedoniae II 8-1 1. 

Leucas Acarnaniae II 269-271. 412-414. 

Leucas Coelesyriae III 765-766. 

Lilybaeum Siciliae I 295-294. 

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. II 406. 

Locri Opuntii II 285-287. 

Locri Ozolae II 288. 

Lucani I 1 51. 

Luceria Apuliae I 94-95. 

Lydda v. Diospolis Samariae. 

Lyrbe Ciliciae III 656. 

Lysias Phrygiae III 527. 

Lysimacheia Chersonesi Thraciae II 155-156. 

Lyttus Cretae II 556-558. 



M 



Macae ? Ill 907. 

Madytus Chersonesi Thraciae II 156. 

Maeonia Lydiae III 459-441. 

Magnesia ad Sipylum Lydiae III 441-445. 

Magnesia Ionia III 265-269. 



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Magnetes Thessaliae II 221-222. 

Magydus Pamphyliae III 577. 

Ma'ies or Malies v. Beneventum . 

Malienses Thessaliae v. Lamia . 

Mallus Ciliciae III 637-639 . 

Malta III 920-922. 

Mamertini Siciliae I 301-303 . 

Mantineia Arcadiae II 438. 494-496. 

Marathus Phoenices III 778-779. 

Marcianopolis Moesiae Inferioris II 169-173 

Marium Cypri III 680. 

Maroneia Thraciae III 111-116. 

Masicytes Lyciae III 559-561. 

Massalia Galliae I 10-11. 

Mastaura Lydiae III 443- 

Medcon Acarnaniae II 272. 414-15. 

Megalopolis Arcadiae II 438. 496-497. 

Megara Megaridis II 366-368. 436. 

Megiste (?) Ill 407. 

Meliboea Thessaliae II 222. 

Melita III 920-922. 

Melitae Thessaliae II 222-223. 

Melos II 563-564. 

Menaeum or Menae Siciliae I 294 . 

Mende Macedoniac II 30-34. 

Menela'ites Nomus Aegypti III 885 . 

Mesembria Thraciae II 179-180. 

Mesma or Medma Bruttii I 228-229. II 406. 

Messana Siciliae I 295-303. 

Messene Messeniae II 437. 463-466. 

Melapontum Lucaniae I 1 58-171 . 

Methana Argolidis II 484-485 . 

Methymna Lesbi III 203. 204-207. 

Metropolis Acarnaniae II 415. 

Metropolis Ioniae III 270-272. 

Metropolis Thessaliae II 223 . 

Mida'ium Phrygiae III 528. 

Miletopolis Mysiae III 103-104. 

Miletus Ioniae II 66. Ill 272-278. 

Moda Cretae II 538-539. 

Molossi Epiri II 251-252. 

Mopsus Ciliciae III 639-640. 

Morgantina Siciliae I 303-304. 

Mosteni Lydiae III 444. 

Motya Siciliae I 304-307. 

Mycalessus Boeotiae II 298-299. 

Myconos II 565 . 

Mylasa Cariae II 59. Ill 374-375. 

Myndus Cariae III 376-378. 

Myra Lyciae III 561-2. 



Myrina Aeolidis III 187-188. 
Myrina Lemni II 141- 
Myrleia v. Apameia Bithyniae. 
Mysi-Abbaethae v. Abbaetae-Mysi . 
Mytilene Lesbi III 193-202. 207-211 
Myus Ioniae III 279. 



N 



Nacoleia Phrygiae III 528. 
Nacona Siciliae I 307. 
Nacrasa Lydiae III 445-446. 
Nagidus Ciliciae III 640-642. 
Naucratites Nomus Aegypti III 886. 
Naxos insula II 565-567. 
Naxus Siciliae I 307-309. 
Neandria Troadis III 157-158. 
Neapolis ad Harpasum Cariae. Ill 378. 
Neapolis Apuliae I 95-96. 
Neapolis Campaniae I 69-81 . 
Neapolis Macedoniae II 5-6. 
Neapolis Myndiorum (?) Cariae. 
Neapolis Samariae III 796. 
Neocaesareia Ponti III 18. 
Neonteichos Aeolidis III 189. 
Nesibi Mesopotamiae III 818. 
Nesos Insula Lesbi III 213. 
Nicaea Bithyniae II 158. Ill 50-53. 
Nicomedia Bithyniae III 53-56. 303. 
Nicopolis Epiri II 252. 
Nisyros III 407-408. 
Nola Campaniae I 69. 81-83. 
Nomes of Egypt III 885-888. 
Nuceria Alfaterna Campaniae I 83. 
Nuceria Bruttii I 229. 
Nysa Lydiae III 4^7-449. 



O 



Ococleia and Bruzus III 529. 
Ococleia Phrygiae III 529. 
Odessus Thraciae II 64. 176-177. 
Odrysae Thraciae II 161. 185-187. 
Oeniadae Acarnaniae II 272. 
Oenoe Icariae III 323. 
Oetaei Thessaliae II 223-224 . 
Olba Ciliciae III 642-644. 
Olbia Sarmatiae II 162-165. 
Olus Cretae II 539. 
Olympia Elidis II 439-457. 






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Olvnthus Macedoniae II 25-28. 
Ophrynium Troadis III 158. 
Opus Locridis v. Locris Opuntii . 
Orchomenus Arcadiae II 497. 
Orchomenus Boeotiae II 299-300. 
Orra v. Hyria Calabriae I 104-105. 190, 
Orrescii Macedoniae II 3-4. 
Orthagoreia Macedoniae II 17. 
Orthe Thessaliae II 224. 
Orthosia Cariae III 378. 
Otrus Phrygiae III 529. 



Paestum Lucaniae I 176-179. 

Pagae Megaridis II 368-569. 

Palaeobeudus Phrygiae 111 530. 

Palaeopolis Pisidiae III 597. 

Pale Cephalleniae II 459-460. 

Pallantium Arcadiae II 438. 497. 

Panopolites Nonius Aegvpli 111 887. 

Panormus Siciliae 1 279. 3 10-3 14. 

Pantellaria III 919. 

Panticapaeum Chersonesi Tauricae II 181- 18 5 

Paphos Cypri III 680-685. 857. 860. 861 . 

Pariuni Mysiae III 104-108. 

Parlais I.ycaoniae III 61 jh. 

Paros II 567-570. 

Patara Lyciae III 565. 

Patrae Achaeae II 451-455. 437. 

Pautalia Thraciae II 195-196. 

Peiraeeus Ponti v. AniisusIII 13. 

Peithaesa I 21-22. 

Pelinna Thessaliae II 224. 

Pelle Macedoniae II 63.96. 98-100. 

Pellene Achaeae II 435-436. 

Peltae Phrygiae III 530. 

Peparethus Insula Thessaliae II 239-240. 

Perga Pamphyliae III 577-581. 

Perga and Side III 581. 

Pergamum Mysiae III 108-124. 304. 

Perinthus Thraciae II 158-161 . 

Peripolium Bruttii I 50. 

Perperene Mysiae III 124. 

Perrhaebi Thessaliae II 225-226. 

Pessinus Galatiae III 700-701. 

Petelia Bruttii I 229-230. 

Petra Siciliae I 314. 

Phaestus Cretae II 540-543. 

Phalanna Thessaliae II 226-227. 



Phalasarna Cretae 11 543-544. 

Phanagoria Bospori 111 5-6. 

Pharae Boeotiae II 301. 

Pharcadon Thessaliae II 227-228. 

Pharnaceia Ponti III 18. 

Pharos Insula Illyrici 11 246. 

Pharsalus Thessaliae 11 228-230. 

Phaselis Lyciae III 565-5. 

Pheneus Arcadiae III 498-500. 

Pherae Thessaliae II 230-232. 

Phigaleia Arcadiae II 500. 

Philadelpheia Lydiae 111 449-452. 

Philippi Macedoniae II 43-45. 

Philippopolis Thraciae II 196-199. 

Philomelium Phrygiae 111 531-532. 

Phistelia Campaniae 1 83-85. 

Phlius Phliasiae II 419-421. 

Phocaea loniae III 279-285. 

Phocis II 290-293. 421 . 

Phoenice Epiri II 252. 

Phtheneutes Nonius Aegypti 111 886. 

Phygela loniae III 285-286. 

Pimolisa Paphlagoniae III 27. 

Pinara Lyciae III 565 . 

Pionia Troadis III 1 59. 

Piiane Mysiae III 125 . 

Placia Mysiae III 26. 

Plarasa Cariae III 344. 

Plataea Boeotiae II 301-302. 

Poemanenum Mysiae III 126. 

Pogla Pisidiae III 597. 

Polyrhenium Cretae II 544-546. 

Pompeiopolis v. Soli Ciliciae. 

Populonia Etruriae I 18-21. 

Pordosilene Insula Lesbi III 213-214. 

Poscidium Carpathi III 393. 

Poseidonia Lucaniae I 171-175. 181. 

Potidaea Macedoniae II 35-36. 

Praesus Cretae II 546-548. 

Priansus Cretae II 548. 

Priapus Mysiae III 127. 

Priene loniae III 286-287. 

Proconnesus Mysiae III 127. 

Proni Cephalleniae II 460. 

Prostanna Pisidiae III 597. 

Prusa ad Olympum Bithyniae III 57-58. 

Prusias ad Mare v. Cius Bithyniae III 43 

Prusias ad Hypiuni Bithyniae III 58-59. 

Prymnessus Phrygiae III 532-533. 

Psophis Arcadiae II 500-501. 



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Ptolemais v. Ace Phoenices III 779-780. 
Pyxus Lucaniae I 179. 



R 



Raidan III 811. 
Raphia Judaeae III 800. 
Remi I 12. 

Rhaucus Cretae II 548-549. 
Rhegium Bruttii I 230-237. 
Rhithymna Cretae II 549-550. 
Rhodiapolis Lyciae III 565 . 
Rhodus II 67. Ill 410-419. 
Rhosus Syriae III 762-763. 
Rubi Apuliae I 96-97. 



Sabaei v. Homeritae III 808. 

Saetabi I 7. 

Sagalassus Pisidiae III 598-600. 

Sa'itta Lydiae III 452-454. 

Sala Lydiae III 454-455. 

Salamis Atticae II 365. 

Salamis Cypri II 70. Ill 683-688. 

Salapia Apuliae I 97. 

Same Cephalleniae II 460-461. 

Samnite Social War I 54-55. 

Samos III 323-335. 

Samosata Commagenes III 749. 

Samothrace II 142-143. 

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. 

Scapsa v. Capsa Macedoniae II 35. 

Scarpheia Locridis II 287. 

Scepsis Troadis III 1 59-161. 

Sciathus Insula Thessaliae II 240. 

Scione Macedoniae II 29. 

Scotussa Thessaliae II 232-233. 

Scythopolis v. Nysa Samariae. 

Sebaste v. Elaeusa Ciliciae. 

Sebaste Phrygiae III 533-534. 

Sebastopolis Cariae III 379. 

Sebastopolis Ponti III 19. 

Segesta Siciliae I 315-319. 

Seleuceia ad Calycadnum Ciliciae III 644-647. 

Seleuceia ad Tigrim Mesopotamiae III 818. 



Seleuceia Pisidiae III 600. 

Seleuceia Syriae III 763-765. 

Seleuceia ad Pyramum Ciliciae v. Mopsus. 

Seleucia Pieria III 763-765. 

Selge Pisidiae III 600-607. 

Selinus Siciliae I 320-323. 

Selymbria Thraciae II 161. 

Sepphoris v. Diocaesareia Galilaeae. 

Serdica Thraciae II 199. • 

Sermyle Macedoniae II 24. 

Sesamus Paphlagoniae III 27- . 

Sestus Chersonesi Thraciae II 136-138. 

Siculo-Punic I 371-372. 

Sicyon Sicyoniae II 63. 421-428. 

Side Pamphyliae III 582-5. 

Sidon Phoenices III 780-784. 

Sigeium Troadis III 161-162. 

Signia Latii I 49. 

Silandus Lydiae III 460. 

Sillyum Pamphyliae III 585-6. 

Singara Mesopotamiae III 818-819. 

Sinope Paphlagoniae II 58. Ill 28-33. 

Siphnos II 571-572. 

Siris Lucaniae I 179. 

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. 

Solus Siciliae I 323-324. 

Stobi Macedoniae II 100-101. 

Stratoniceia v. Hadrianopolis Lydiae. 

Stratoniceia Cariae III 380-383. 

Stratus Acarnaniae II 272-273. 

Sturnium (?) Calabriae I 105. 

Stymphalus Arcadiae II 501- 

Suessa Aurunca Campaniae I 85-86. 

Sybaris Lucaniae I 179-182. 211. 212. 

Sybrita Cretae II 550. 

Syedra Ciliciae III 651. 

Synaiis Phrygiae III 535. 

Synnada Phrygiae III 535-537. 

Syracuse Siciliae I 246. 324-365. 370. II 406-407 

416. 
Syros II 572-573. 



959 



Tabae Cariae III 383-38S. 

Tabala Lydiae III 461. 

Tanagra Boeotiae II 302-304. 

Tarentum Calabriae I 106-149. T )3- 

Tarra Cretae II 550. 

Tarsus Ciliciac II 68-69. Ill 652-668. 

Tauromenium Siciliae I 365-368. 

Tavium Galatiae III 701-2. 

Teanum Sidicinum Campaniae I 86-87. 

Teate Apuliae I 98. 

Tegea Arcadiae II 502-504. 

Temenothvrae Phrygiae III 538-540. 

Temenothyrae-Sebaste 540. 

Temesa Bruttii I 21 1. 

Temnus Acolidis III 189-190. 

Tenedos III 164-166. 

Tenos II 574-575 

Teos Ioniae III 305-31 1 . 

Terina Bruttii I 237-242. 

Termessus Major Fisidiae III 607-61 1 . 

Termessus Minor Lyciae III 566. 610-611. 

Thasos II 143-149. 

Thebae Boeotiae II 304-315. 

Thebae Phthiotidis Thessaliae II 233- 

Thelpusa Arcadiae II 504. 

Themisonium Phrygiae 111 540. 

Thera II 575-576. 

Therma (?) Macedoniae II 16. 

Thermae Himerenses Siciliae I 286-287. 

Thespiae Boeotiae II 315-317. 

Thessali II 235-238. 

Thessalonica Macedoniae II 16. 94. 101-104 

Thronium Locridis II 287- 

Thuria Messeniae II 466. 

Thurium Lucaniae I 182-190. 

Thyateira Lydiae III 462-465 . 

Thyateira and Smyrna III 465. 

Thymbra Troadis III 162. 

Thyrrheium Acarnaniae II 273-275. 415. 

Tiberias Galilaeae III 795. 

Tiberiopolis Phrygiae III 541 . 

Timbriada Pisidiae III 611-612. 

Tirynx Argolidis II 485 . 

Tityassus Pisidiae III 612. 

Tium Bithyniae III 59-60. 



Tlos and Cragus III 567. 
Tlos (?) Lyciae III 566. 
Tomis Moesiae Inferioris II 175- 
Topirus Thraciae II 200. 
Tragilus Macedoniae II 42-43. 
Trajanopolis Phrvgiae III 541-542. 
Trajanopolis Thraciae II 200. 
Tralies Lydiae III 466-469. 
Trapezopolis Cariae 111 388-389. 
Tricca Thessaliae II 234. 
Trierus (?) Thraciae II 127. 
Tripolis Lydiae III 470-473. 
Tripolis Phoenices III 784-788. 
Troad and Smyrna 111 303. 
Troezen Argolidis II 438. 485-487. 
Tuder Umbriae I 41-43. 
Tyana Cappadociae III 715- 
Tylisus Cretae II 530-531. 
Tyndaris Siciliae I 254. 368-370. 
Tyra Sarmatiae II 165. 
Tyrrheni Siciliae 1 370-371. 
Tyrus Phoenices II 60. Ill 788-793. 

U-V 

Yelia Lucaniae I 1 91-199. 

Venusia Apuliae I 99-101. 

Vetulonia Ktruriae I 19-21. 

Yibo Yalentia Bruttii I 221-223. 

Yiminacium Moesiae Superioris II 166-167. 

Yolaterrae Etruriae I 23-25. 

Uranopolis Macedoniae II 23-24. 

Uria v. Hyrium I 95. 

Uxentum Calabriae I 149. 



X 



Xanthus Lyciae III 567 



Zacynthus II 461-463. 

Zaeelii Macedoniae II 4. 

Zancle Siciliae I 212. 295-296. 

Zela Ponti III 19. 

Zeleia Troadis III 163. 

Zeugma Commagenes III 749-750, 



INDEX II. 

KINGS AND DYNASTS. 
Other than Romas Emperors. 



Abgarus X, Edessa III 817. 

Abrocamas (or Abdissu) of Paphlagonia III 29. 

Achaeus of Syria III 730. 

Adaeus of Macedon 1 1 88 . 

Acropus = Archelaus II of Macedon II 51 . 

Agathocles of Sicily 1 220-221.353-357. 

Ainel of Byblus III 777. 

Alexander of Epirus I 220. 255. 

Alexander of Pherae II 231-232. 

Alexander I of Macedon II 12-13.45-49. 

Alexander III (the Great) II 57-76. Ill 845-84S. 

850. 
Alexander IV of Macedon, v. Ptolemy I III 84 3- 

847. 
Alexander I Bala of Syria III 737-739. 
Alexander 11 Zebina III 743. 
Amadocus II of Thrace II 186. 
Amastris III 24-25 . 
Amyntas III of Macedon TI51-52. 
Amyntas of Galatia III 697-698. 
Anaxilas of Rhegium I 230-231 
Andriscus, Macedon II 93. 
Antigonus ' King of Asia ' II 83 . 
Antigonus Doson of Macedon II 83-S4. 
Antigonus Gonatas of Macedon 11 82-83. 
Antimachus I of Bactria III 841. 
Antiochus IV of Commagene III 74S. 
Antiochus I of Syria III 722-723. 
Antiochus II. Ill 723-725. 
Antiochus Hierax 111 727. 
Antiochus III (the Great) III 728-730. 
Antiochus IV. Ill 661. 732-734. 757. 816. 
Antiochus V. Ill 734-735. 
Antiochus VI. Ill 740-741. 
Antiochus VII. Ill 741-742. 



Antiochus VIII. Ill 743-744. 
Antiochus IX. Ill 744-745. 
Antiochus X. Ill 746 
Antonia Thryphaena, Pontus 111 21. 
Apolloniades I 256. 
Archelaus I of Macedon II 50. 
Archelaus II of Macedon II 51 . 
Archelaus of Cappadocia III 708. 
Aretas IV of Nabathaea III 809. 
Areus of Lacedaemon II 467. 
Ariarathes of Paphlagonia 111 30. 
Ariarathes I of Cappadocia 111 705. 
Ariarathes II-X of Cappadocia III 705-6. 
Ariobarzanes l-III of Cappadocia 111 707. 
Aristo, Paphos Cypri III 682. 
Arsinoe II of Egypt 111 850-851. 858. 
Arsinoe, wife of Ptolemy IV II 485 . 
Artumpari III 551 . 
Asander of Bosporus III 21 . 
Attalus I-III of Pergamum III m-112. 575 
Attambelus III of Characene III 837. 
Audoleon of Paeonia 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 . 
Berenice I of Egypt III 849. 854. 



Callinicus of Commagene III 748 
Cassander of Macedon II 77-79. 
Cavarus of Thrace II 191. 



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Cetriporis of Thrace II 187. 
Clearchus, tyrant of Heracleia III 46 . 
Cleopatra with Antiochus VIII. Ill 743 
Cleopatra III of Egypt III 860. 
Cleopatra VII of Egypt III 861 . 
Cleopatra and Mark Antony III 862 . 
Coson, Olbia II 201 . 
Cunobelinus of Britain I 16. 



D 



Datames Satrap III 654-656. 
Datames of Paphlagonia III 29. 
Demetrius Poliorcetes of Macedon II 79-81 . 
Demetrius II of Macedon II 84. 
Demetrius I of Syria III 735-737. 79° • 
Demetrius II of Syria III 739-740. 742. 
Diomedes of Bactria 1 347-348. II 463 . 
Dionysius Tyrant of Heracleia Pontica III 47, 
Docimus, Thrace II 15. 



Epiphanes of Commagene III 748. 
Euagoras I. Ill 686. 
Euagoras II. Ill 687. 825. 
Euanthes, Salami's Cypri III 685. 
Eucratides of Bactria III 841 . 
Euelthon, Salamis Cypri III 683-685. 
Eumenes I and II of Pergamum III 110-112, 



Gelas, King of the Edoni II 15-16 
Gelon, Syracuse I 325-326. 
Gras, Idalium Cypri III 679. 



H 



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. 
Hieron II of Syracuse I 359-362. 
Hieronymus of Syracuse I 362. 



I 



Iotape of Commagene III 748. 
Juba I of Numidia III 926. 
Juba II of Mauretania III 929. 
Jugurtha, Numidia III 925. 



K 



Karas III 679. 
Kharai, Lycialll 550. 
Khariga, Lycia III 551 
Khin... Ill 552. 
Kuprili III 548-9. 



Lycceius of Paeonia II 89. 
Lysimachus, Thrace II 187-190. 



M 



Magas, son of Berenice III 849. 897, 
Mausolus of Caria.HI 390. ' 
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 of Pontus III 20. 
Mithradates VI of Pontus III 20-21 . 
Mithrapata III 552. 
Monunius, Illyricum II 244-245. 
Mooses, Macedon II 1 5 . 
Mostis, Thrace II 191. 



N 



Nicias of Cos III 400. 
Nicocles, Salamis Cypri III 686. 
Nicocreon, Salamis Cypri III 688. 
Nicodamus. Salamis Cypri III 685 . 
Nicomedes I-IV, Bithynia III 62-63 

O 

Onasi, Paphos Cypri III 683. 
Orontas III 313 . 



963 — 



Pacorus I and II of Parthia. 

Parikla III 553. 

Pasi, Paphos Cypri III 680. 

Patraus of Paeonia II 89-91 . 

Pausanias of Macedon II 5 1 . 

Pau(tos), Paphos Cypri III 681. 682. 

Perdiccas II of Macedon II J9-50. 

Perdiccas III of Macedon II 52. 

Perseus of Macedon II 87-88. 

Pharnabazus, satrap III 312. 652-654. 

Philetaerus of Pergamum III 11 1 . 

Philip II of Macedon I 13. II 53-56. 

Philip III of Macedon II 76-77. 

Philip V of Macedon II 84-87. 

Philistis of Syracuse I 360-361 . 

Philopator III 670. 

Phintias of Agrigentum I 254. 

Pixodarus of Caria III 391 . 

Pnytagoras, Salamis Cypri 111 688. 

Polycrates III 858. 

Polemo II, Pontus III 21. 

Pontius Pilate HI 801 . 

Prusias 1, II, Bithynia III 60-61. 

Ptolemy I, Soter III 845-849. 

Ptolemy II, Philadelphus III 850-855. 

Ptolemy III, Euergetes 111 853-855. 

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 . 

Ptolemy XIII, Neos Dionysos, Auletes III 861, 

Pumiathon, Citium Cypri III 678. 

Pyrrhus of Epirus I 358-359. II 81. 253-255. 

Pythagores III- 31 1-3 12. 



R 



Rhaescuporis I, Cimmerian Bosporus III 21 
Rhoecus (?) Amathus Cypri III 676. 
Rhoemetalces I-I II, Thrace II 191. 



Satyrus, tyrant of Heracleia Bithynia III 46. 

Sauromates I. Cimmerian Bosporus 111 22. 

Seleucus I of Syria III 719-722. 829-830. 

Seleucus II. Ill 725-727. 

Seleucus III. Ill 728. 

Seleucus IV. Ill 731-732. 

Seleucus VI. Ill 745 . 

Shaqilath, Queen of Xabathaea III Soy, 

Simon Barcochha III 805. 

Simon Maccabaeus III 800-801. 

Simus, Tetrarch of Thessalv II 219. 

Sparadocus, Thrace II [85-186. 

Spithridales III 313. 

Sppntaza III 550. 

Stasandrus, Paphos Cypri II 68 1-2 . 

Stasioikos. Marium Cypri III 680. 

Stasioikos, or Stasicypros, Idalium Cypri III 679, 

Strato II, Sidon III 782. 

Strato I of Sidon 111 781. 



Tarcondimotus I, Cilicia 111 670. 

Taththivaibi, Lycia III 549. 

Teres III (?), Thrace II 186. 

Themistocles, Magnesia Ioniae II 362. 

Thiban III 548. 

Tigranes, Armenia III 746. 

Timarchus, Syria III 735. 

Timoleon of Syracuse I 348-352. 

Timotheus, Tyrant of Heracleia Pontica III 47. 

Tiribazus, Satrap III 625. 6^9. 652. 

Trbbanimi III 5 52. 

Tryphon, Syria III 741. 



U-V 



Vad... Ill 553. 
Verica, Britain I 16. 
Uvug, Lycia III 549. 



Zotimos III 676, 



INDEX III. 



ROMAN EMPERORS, ETC 



B 



Aebutius Spuri f. Corinth II 396. 

Aelius 111 751. 

Aemilianus II 167. 

Aesillas II 94. 

Agrippa, Yipsanius P. Corinth II 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 . 

Antinoiis III 872-3 . 

Antonia, with Claudius and Drusus II 530. 

Antoninus Pius II 400-401. 482-483. 553. Ill 23. 

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. 

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 597. 
Augustus II 41. 45. 139-140. 237. 325. 596-397- 

III 33. 89. 117. 154. 230. 231. 262. 310. 330. 

549-550. 3)4- 3 6 8. 572. 575- 402-405. 472. 

485. 494. 510. 516. 522-525. 558. 561. 645. 

754. 760. 799. 865. 
Augustus and Tiberius II 105. Ill 296. 
Aurelianus III 882. 885. 
Aurelius, Marcus II 94. 165. 195. 196-197. 257. 

433- 573- HI Ir - 26. 51. 54. 58. 60. 69. 120. 

141. 159. 245. 504. 542. 406. 452. 459. 481. 

527. 605. 711. 749. 774. 800. 815.875- 
Aurelius, Marcus, and Faustina junior III 448. 576. 

591 ■ 



Balbinus III 66S. 

Balbinus, Pupienus and Gordianus Pius III 278. 
Bellio Proculo, M. Corinth II 399. 
Britannicus III 297. 



Caecilius Niger, Q.. Corinth II 396. 

Caesar, Julius, Corinth II 395. 396. 

Caligula II 398-599. 551. Ill 296. 297. 485. 489. 

Caligula and Germanicus II 550. 

Caninius Agrippa, P. Corinth II 598. 

Caracalla II 57. 42. 100. 155. 170. 194. 198-199. 

200. 257. 258. 252. 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. 

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. 

715.751. 765. 774. 778. 786-87. 815. 
Caracalla and Geta III 371. 
Caracalla and Plautilla III 495 . 
Carruntanus Balb. Pro Pr. Ill 921. 
Castricius Regulus, L. Corinth II 398. 
Certus Aeficius, L. Corinth II 396. 
Claudius II 36. 45. 126. 399-400. 551. Ill 458. 

486. 499. 555. 639. 690. Ill 775. 795. 805. 

864-5. 
Claudius and Agrippina II 105. Ill 242. 444. 
Claudius, Drusus and Antonia II 550. 
Claudius and Messalina II 552. 
Claudius Optatus, T.Corinth II 400. 
Claudius II Gothicus III 600. 881-2. 
Commodus 11 154. 155. 195. 196. 252. 568. 401. 



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434- 4^6. 573- IJI I2 - 5 1 - 55? 90-91. 108. 120. 

122. 123. 137. 144. 155. 244. 250. 277. 303. 

330. 424. 468. 487. 529. 594. 618. 663. 712. 

795. 796. 876. 
Commodus and Crispina III 185. 
Cornelius Valerianus III 575. 586. 629. 
Crispina II 197. Ill 155. 442. 525. 



D 



Decius, Trajan III 333. 334. 503. 532. 628. 
Diadumenianus II 171. 174. Ill 503. 599. 778. 

787. 
Diocletian III 884. 
Domitia III 250. 404. 459. 465. 499. 
Domitian II 159. 317. 400. 432-433. 552. 572. 

Ill 243. 330. 524. 528. 555. 574. 579. 632. 

698. 709. 760-761. 795. 804. 867. 
Domitian and Domitia III 299. 
Domna, Julia II 100. 155. 159. 165. 198. 237. 436. 

479. 483. Ill 43. 91. 95. 137. 148. 155. 211. 

278. 300. 339. 382. 431. 435. 439. 505. 525. 

531. 534. 634. 692. 713. 758. 
Drusus, Claudius and Antonia II 530. 
Drusus Julius Caesar III 690. 
Drusus junior and Germanicus III 458. 



Elagabalus II 160. 172. 174. 176. 199. Ill 38. 41. 

43- 181. 33I-448. 517- 7I3- 756.775. 784- 

787-8. 793- 
Etruscilla III 246. 334. 335. 667. 



Gallienus and Valerianus III 540. 

Gallus, Trebonianus II 167. Ill 37. 53. 139. 580. 

592. 622. 647. 650. 757. 
Germanicus II 304. Ill 458. 
Germanicus and Agrippina III 486. 
Germanicus and Caligula II 530. 
Germanicus and Drusus jun. Ill 458. 
Geta II 156. 170. 196. 200. 404. 421. 431.466. 

471. Ill 12. 49. 70. 244. 301. 331. 355.427. 

446. 490. 520. 529. 534. 594. 612. 700. 762. 

876. 
Geta and Caracalla III 371. 
Gordianus III Pius II 95-96. 100. 103-104. 160. 

166. 168. 176-177. [78. 180. 194-195. Ill 37. 

50. 56. 92. 139. 156-157. 181. 186. 245. 251. 

269. 270. 271. 285. 301. 303. 331. 332. 350. 

371. 378. 434. 449. 454. 469. 479. 483. 488. 

497-498. 527. 532. 537. 539. 555. 559. 562. 

563. 581. 585. 590-1. 614A. 631. 636. 646. 665- 

667. 714. 756. 776. 815. 818. 877. 878. 
Gordianus and Tranquillina III 818. 
Gordianus, Balbinus and Pupienus III 278. 



H 



Hadrian II 99. 400. 457. 553. Ill 16. 36. 94. 95. 

103. 119. 299. 362. 375. 378. 382. 404-405. 

446. 494-495- 5"« 53°- 542. 576. 584. 606. 

611. 612. 640. 662. 710-71 1. 749. 786. 799. 

809. 868-872. 885-888. 
Heius, C. Pamphilus. Corinth II 396. 
Heius, C. Pollio. Corinth II 397. 
Herennius Etruscus II 166. Ill 122. 878. 
Hostilianus III 585. 



Faustina junior II 41. 193. 196. 197. 562. 570, 
III 55. 68. 90. 125. 154. 300. 340. 406. 
491. 517. 519.606. 639. 799. 

Faustina senior II 295. Ill 386. 

Felix, Antonius III 803. 

Furius Labeo, L. Corinth II 397. 



Gallienus II 134. 160. Ill 19. 53. 92-93. 140.247- 
249.272. 278. 302. 335. 343. 351. 355-356. 
357- 358. 387-388. 425. 428. 435. 439. 443. 
449- 469. 483- 538. 575- 580. 591. 597. 599, 
614B. 631. 647. 651. 880-881. 



J 



Julia Titi III 299. 

Julia Domna II 100. 155. 159. 165. 198. 237. 436. 

479. 483. Ill 43- 9i- 95- 137- 148. 155- 211. 

278. 300. 339. 382. 431. 435. 439. 505. 525. 

531. 534. 634. 692.713.758. 
Julia Maesa II 160. 172. 
Julia Mamaea II 99. Ill 103. 270. 331. 482. 499. 

600. 634. 
Julia Paula III 244. 
Julius, C. Corinth II 396. 
Julius C. Hera. Corinth II 396. 
Julius Nicephorus, C. Corinth II 395. 



— 9*7 — 



Livia III 354. 622. 863. 
Livia and Tiberius II 103 . 
Livia and Senatus III 296. 
Lucilla III 799. 
Lucius Caesar III 468. 
Lucius Verus II 42. 368. 401. 432. 
Ill ir. 59. 342. 343. 355. 406. 

712. 750. 7J2. 



M 



434- 
537- 



573- 
606. 



576. 
700. 



Macrinus II 170. 171. 173. Ill 497. 508. 599. 645. 

Maesa, Julia II 160. 172. 

Mamaea, Julia II 99. Ill 103. 270. 331. 482. 499. 

600. 634. 815 . 
Marciana, Plotina and Trajan III 107. 
Mark Antony and Cleopatra III 862. 
Marcus Aurelius vide Aurelius. 
Maximianus III 885. 
Maximinus II 175. 177. 238. Ill 37. 52-53. 56. 

235- 443- 574- 628. 665. 877. 
Maximus II 96. Ill 44. 139. 181. 269. 877. 
Messalina III 170. 864. 
Mussidius Priscus, C. Corinth II 397. 



Palicanus III 900. 

Paula, Julia III 244. 

Philip junior II 192. Ill 333. 443. 454. 519. 

526. 577. 579. 
Philip senior II 100. 104. 166. 168. 173. 192. Ill 

95. 235. 263. 271. 407. 505-506. 512. 539. 607. 

614A. 621. 627. 629. 632. 646. 749. 750. 757. 

878. 
Plautilla II 267. 404. 431. 466. 480. 496. 500. Ill 

495- 
Plotina III 524. 

Plotina, Marciana and Trajan III 107. 
Pompeius Magnus III 650. 
Pontius Pilate III 802. 
Poppaea and Nero III 242. 299.464. 
Probus III 884. 

Publicius Regulus, C. Corinth II 399. 
Publilius, Gaius II 94. 

Pupienus, Balbinus and Gordianus Pius III 278. 
Pupius Rufus, A. Ill 900-901 . 



Rufus, A. Pupius III 900-901. 
Rutilius Plancus, L. Corinth II 397, 



N 



Nero II 126. 237. 400. Ill 180. 277. 298. 418. 

430. 438. 440. 458-459. 464. 480-481. 491. 

511. 516. 524. 526. 533. 584. 755. 795. 803. 

865. 
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. 



Octavianus, Antoniusand Lepidus III 242. 

Octavius Luscinus, Corinth II 399. 

Otacilia II 165. 173. 271. Ill 343. 407. 443. 517. 

518. 519. 525. 750. 818. 
Otho III 866. 



Paconius Flam., L. Corinth II 399. 



Sabina III 38. 119. 277. 430. 487. 491. 640. 
Salonina III 44. 122. 249. 272. 311. 335. 343. 

352. 357. 358. 388. 460. 538. 651. 
Salonina and Saloninus III 182. 
Saloninus Caesar III 881. 
Severina III 882. 
Severus, Alexander II 95. 156-157. 173. 175. Ill 

13. 52. 55. 91. 121. 138. 161. 245. 268. 383. 

431.442. 465. 482. 503. 512. 531. 539. 590. 

595. 620. 628. 640. 646. 713-714. 751. 756. 

809. 816. 876-7. 
Severus Alexander and Julia Mamaea III 816. 
Severus, Septimius II 159. 169. 197-198. 200. 

266. 325. 368-369. 376. 401-403. 431. 465-466. 

471. 478. 486-487. 500. Ill 18. 19. 37. 51. 52. 

57. 91. 95. 120. 171. 300. 424-425. 441. 461. 

482.492.497. 512. 634. 645. 663. 712. 715. 

762. 765. 780. 
Severus, Septimius and Julia Domna III 382. 
Soaemias, Julia II 172. 



968 — 



Tacitus III 883-884. 

Thalna, P. Juventius II 93. 

Tiberius II 397-398. Ill 117. 350. 426. 611. 622. 

644. 755. 802. 864. 
Tiberius and Augustus II 103. 
Tiberius and Livia II 103. 
Titus III 54. 403. 691. 804. 866. 
Titus and Domitian III 231. 262. 403. 433 . 
Trajan II 321. 523. 552. 573. Ill 49. 59. 69. 118. 

235- 342. 354- 386. 404- 433- 446.473- 542. 

584,636.663. 691-2. 709-710. 750.752. 759- 

761. 764. 765. 774. 779. 783. 798. 867-8. 
Trajan, Plotina and Marciana III 107. 
Trajan Decius III 333. 334. 503. 532. 628. 817. 

878. 
Tranquillina II 177. 178. 180. Ill 44. 57. 246. 

301. 332. 454. 500. 503. 558. 581. 646. 667. 

818. 
Trebonianus Gallus II 167. Ill 37. 53. 139. 580. 

592. 622. 647. 650. 757. 879. 



Vaballathus and Aurelianus III 883. 

Valerian and Gallienus III 540. 

Valerianus II 158. Ill 17. 139. 182. 211. 246. 

247. 311. 387. 427. 469. 506. 539. 576. 620. 

639. 668. 793. 879. 
Vatronius Labes, A. Corinth II 397. 
Verus, vide Lucius Verus. 
Vespasian II 37. 523. 552. Ill 36. 49. 50. 58. 

181. 243. 379. 403. 430. 489. 494. 691. 755. 

866-7. 
Vespasian, Titus and Domitian III 154. 
Verus, Annius III 663. 
Verus, Lucius II 42. 368. 401. 433-434. 573. 576. 

Ill 11. 59. 342-343. 355. 406. 537.606. 700. 

712. 750. 752. 774. 
Vipsanius Agrippa, P. Corinth II 398. 
Volusian III 878. 



INDEX IV. 

LETTERS AND INSCRIPTIONS. 
(Except Monograms). 

a) Greek. 



A Abdcra II 123. 

— Aegina II 375. 

— Alexander III of Macedon II 74. 

— Amorium III 488. 

— Arcadian League II 488. 

— Argos II 475. 

— Athens II 355. 

— Calchedoh III 40. 

— Cales I 58. 

— Cassander of Macedon II 78. 

— Celenderis III 623. 

— Clazomenae III 225. 

— Cnossus II s 1,9. 

— Colophon III 253. 

— Corinth II 386-387. 

— Ei'on II 7. 

— Elaeusa-Sebaste III 669. 

— Elis II 448. 451 . 

— Heracleia Luc. I 153. 

— Istrus II 169. 

— Massilia I 10-1 1 . 

— Messana I 298. 

— Metapontum I, 161. 165. 

— Neapolis I 75. 

— Nesos III 213. 

— Olbiall 164. 

— Petelia I 229. 

— Philip II of Macedon II 57. 

— Philip V — II 85. 

— Proconnesus III 127. 

— Rhodus III 410. 

— Sinope III 30. 

— Suessa Aurunca I 85 . 

— Syracuse I 340. 352. 360. 361. 363 



— Tarentum I 120. 121. 122. 123. 

— Terina I 239. 

-- Thurium I 182. 183. 184. 

— Velia I 191. 194. 195. 197. 199. 
AANOE Thebes II 312. 

AB Abdera II 133. 

ABOYAA Cos III 401. 

ABP Argos Amphilochicum II 411 . 

— Syria III 719. 
ABPHN Erythrae II 25 3- 
Ar Syracuse I 363. 
ATA Thessaly II 235. 
ArAOinnOI Athens II 324. 
ArAOOKAEOI Dyrrhachii II 244. 

— Syracuse I 357. 

ArAIIKAHI Erythrae III 256. 258. 
ArAIIKAHI ANTinATPOY Erythrae 111 256. 
ArEI Thebes II 312. 

Armi apiit cos in 399. 

ArAA Aegina II 3. 

ArNHN Teos III 308. 

ArPEYI Corcyra II 265. 

AmNITTTTOY Apollonia II 243. 

AA Massilia I 1 1 . 

AAA • Assus Troad. Ill 144. 

AAP CEYHPIANH TAPCOV MHT TOON TEn 
APXEIHN KIAIKIA ICAVPIA AYKAONI Tar- 
sus III 663 . 

AE Argos II 472. 

AOA Heracleia I 152. 
— Metapontum I 167. 

AOE Nagidus III 641 . 

AOH Seleucia ad Calycadnum III 644. 

AOH Sabaeans and Himyarites III 810. 

AOHNAI IAIAAOI Ilium III 151. 

AOHNAI NIKH4>OPOY Pergamum III 115. 



970 



AOHNOrENHI Leucas II 270. 

AOHNOAnPOI Cius III 42. 

AOHNOTTOAI2 Ephesus III 240. 

AOIHN Thebes II 312. 

A0AA Syracuse I 343. 

A^ Velia I 197. 

Al Alexander III of Macedon II 59. 

— Elis II 454. 

— Histiaea II 333. 

AIANT02 TEYKPOY Olba III 643. 

AIA2 Locris Opuntii II 284. 

AIBATI02 Apollonia II 242. 

AITYnTOI Colophon III 233. 

AIOHN Halicarnassus III 370. 

AIAIOC AIONYCIOC Laodiceia ad Lycum III 

524. 
AINEA2 Laodiceia ad Lycum III 521. 

— Sicyon II 428. 

AINHTOP Alexander III of Macedon II 67. 

— Rhodus III 412. 
AIOAE Lesbos III 203. 
AIPP Damastium II 246. 
AI2KPIHN Patras.11432. 
AI2XI2 ArgosII 4 78. 
AITHCAM€NOVn . KAMAI- MAPKEAAIANOY 

Eucarpeia III 509. 
AK Syracuse I 341 . 
AKE2I02 Barce III 902. 
AKHP Samothrace II 142. 
AKOY Paros II 568. 
AA Amorium III 489. 

— Corinth II 387-388. 

— Orra I 105 . 

— Selge III 602. 

— Thurium I 189. 
AAE Heracleia I 155 . 

— Rhodus III 415. 
AAEOI Tegea II 504. 
AAE1 Tarentum I 134. 
AAEIANAPEA Alexandria III 866. 
AAEIANAPOC AN€0OTPOHNnN Otrus III 

829. 
AAEZI2 (?) Acanthus II 21. 
AA0 Aegae Cil. Ill 617. 
AAKMEHN HrEMONEni Samos III 326. 
AM Metapontum I 164. 

— Tarsus III 655. 

AMA2TPI02 BA2IAI22H2 Amastris III 24. 
AMEINIA2 Rhodus III 412. 
AMENAN02 Catana I 266. 



AMI Issus HI 636. 
— Metapontum I 164. 
AM<}>I Argos Amphilochicum II 411. 

— Samos III 326. 
AMcfrlKTIONHN Delphi II 295. 
AN Perseus II 87. 
ANAZATOPOY Abydos III 133. 
ANAZANAPOC Cos III 397. Rhodus III 412. 415. 
ANAZAP BOY MHTP0TT0A6IC Anazarbus III 

619. 

ANAZIAIK02 Abdera II 122. 

ANAIIAA2PrieneIIl286. 

ANAI02 Clazomenae III 226. 

ANKPATO Clazomenae III 227. 

ANAP0MENH2 Aenianes II 205. 

ANAP0NIK02 AAKIOY Apameia III 492. 493. 

ANAP02CosIII 399. 

ANO Tarentum I 136. 

AN[OPflN] Tarentum I 129. 

AN0Y.ETTPPin MAPKEAAfl Cyme III 181. 

ANOY KAI CEN T7AIT0Y OMONOIA Ephesus III 
250. 

ANTHIO Antioch III 590. 

ANTIAAA2 Aenus II 107. 

ANTirENH2LebedusIIl265. 

ANTirONOC 2IA0 Sardes III 457. 

ANTITONOY 2TPATHrOY Thessaly II 237. 

ANTIKPATH2 Cyme III 174. 

ANTINOO Mytilene III 211. 

ANTinATP Rhodus III 411. 

ANTITTATP02 Miletus III 274-275 . 

ANTI0X02 Cos III 400. 

ANTIOXOY TOY BAKKIAOY Apollonia II 243. 

ANTI(J>ANH2 Clazomenae III 224. 

ANTHNIANHC C€VH AAP MHT TAPCOV 
Tarsus III 664. 

AOYIOAA ANOYnATH AIXM0KAH2 Ephe- 
sus III 242. 

ATT Antiochia ad Daphnem III 757. 

— Athens II 354. 

— Cydonia II 522. 

— Egypt (Ptolemy V) III 858. 

— Syracuse I 362. 
AT1ATOYPI02 Cyme III 176. 
ATTEAAA2 Erythrae III 254. 
ATTHNH I EPA Ephesus III 246. 
ATTOA Metapontum I 166. 

— Tarentum I 139. 

— Thebes II 307. 
ATT0AAA2 Clazomenae III 224. 226. 



— 97i 



— Colophon III 234. 

AfTOAAOAOTOY Smyrna III 288. 
ATTOAAOAflP Ephesus III 239. 
AnOAAON nYOIOI Alexandria III 866. 
APABIA HI 809. 
APE002A Syracuse I 342. 
APEOHN Tarentum I 128. 
APE02 The Mamertini I 301 . 
API Anactorium II 411. 

— Elis II 452. 

— Tarentum I 118. 127. 
APIMNH2T02 Clazomenae III 224. 
API! Amisus III 13 . 

— Athens II 354. 
API2T Samos III 328. 
APIITArOPAI Hierapvtna II 53°- 
APIZTA KH4>II Apameia III 493. 
APIITAPXOC AAMONOC Patras II 432. 
API2TEA2 Athens II 354. 

Erythrae III 254. 
APIITin Tarentum I 134. 
API IT inn Tarentum I 145. 
APIITinnOI Tarentum 1 144. 
APIITION Cos III 39}. 
API2TO Chios III 31S. 
APICTOAAMOC Achaean League II 437. 
API2TOIEN02 Metapontum I 161. 
APIZTOKAHI Cos III 399. 

Leucas II 271 . 
— Tarentum I 140. 

API2TOMAX02 Cyme III 175. 
APIITOnOAII Cnidus III 367. 
API2TPAT02 Ephesus III 240. 
APIX Olbia II 162. 
AnOAAH Smyrna III 289. 

— Tarentum I 136. 
AnOAAflNI Blaundus III 428. 

— Ephesus III 240. 

AnOAAONI AnOAAHNlOY HeracleiaSalbaceHI 

372. 
AnOAAflNIAHI Smyrna III 289. 
AnOAAONIOI ANAPONEIKOY Tripolis III 

472. 
AnOAAHNIOI AnOAAOAOTOY Erythrae III 

257. 

AnOAAHNIOC A<t>POAIC6flN YIOC Aphro- 

disias III 349. 
AnOAAHNlOY Sicyon II 428. 
— Smyrna III 290. 

AnOAAONOI Tauromenium I 567. 



AP Argos II 474. 

— Cnossus II 518. 

— Corinth II 388. 389. 

— Cyme III 175 . 

— Elis II 450. 457. 

— Lacedaemon II 469. 

— Oeniadae II 272. 

— Pheneus II 498. 499. 

— Sicyon II 428. 

— Syria III 721 . 

— Tarentum 1 129. 

— Thessaly II 237. 

— Velia I 199. 
APA Neapolis I 81 . 

APAT02 EYnOAIAOI Erythrae III 259. 

API"— APrE Argos II 474. 

APTEI Argos Amphilochicum II 411. 

APrEION Argos II 473. 

APrEAAAHI Epirus II 257. 

APK Alaesa I 257. 

APK A Thebes II 309. 

APKA2 Pheneus II 499. 

API I Ephesus III 239. 

— Methana II 485 . 
APTE Halicarnassus III 369. 

— Neapolis I 92. 
APTEMHI Chios III 320. 
APTEMI Neapolis 1 72. 
APTEMIA Smyrna III 290. 

APTEMIAOI AEYKO<J>YNAI Magnesia III 267. 
APTEMIAOI nEPrAIA! Perga 111 577. 579. 

580. 
APTEMHN Rhodus III 415. 
APTEMHN nAniOY AP Tabae 111 384. 
APX Alaesa 1 259. 
APXAI"ETA2 Tauromenium I 365. 
APXAAEI ATON APXIEPIB- Synnada III 

537- 
APXIA CONOC TABHNHN Tabae III 388. 
APXIEPATIKON ANTIOXEI2 Antiochia ad 

Orontem III 755 . 
APXIEPEH2 TOnAPXOY KENNATHN AA- 

AA22 Olba 111 643-64 1 - 
APXT<l)A.AHMHTPIOY IOYA Halicarnassus 

and Cos III 372. 
APXHN Cos III 398. 
A 2 Aezanis III 483 . 
— Astacus II 411 . 
ACCAPIA AVfl Chios III 522. 
ACCAPIA TPIA Chios III 322. 323. 



972 



ACCAPION HMYCY Chios III 321. 
A22IN02 NaxusI 309. 
A2KAAT7 Agrigentum I 255. 
AZKAHTTI02 Cos III 400. 
AIKAHfTlOY 2HTHP02 Cos III 398. 
ACKM Amorium III 488. 

— Pergamum III 114. 
ACnENAOV CHCVMMAXOC PHMEnN Aspen- 

dus III 575. 
AITO Pherae II 231 . 
A2TYNOY2 Erythrae III 254. 
AT Petelia I 230. 

— Philip II of Macedon II 5 5- 
ATTABIAN Apameia III 493. 
ATTAAHA Aphrodisias III 349. 
ATTAA02 Erythrae III 256. 
ATTAAOCCO <i>ICTHCTAIC TTATPICI Smyrna 

and Laodiceia III 304. 
ATPATINO TTYOinN Lilybaeum I 294. 
AY Corinth II 389. 

AYTOYCTOC n€PrA Pergamum III 119. 
AVTOKPA Alexandria III 865. 866. 
AYT0N0M02AYT0N0M0Y Erythrae III 258. 
AX Larissa Cremaste II 220. Syria III 721. 
AXIAAEIAH2 Priene III 287. 
AXO Aenianes II 206. 
AXYAAIAAI Tabae III 384. 
A(|> Syracuse I 362. 

— Thurium I 189. 

A<t>OYPI.. TTEPrAMHNflN Pergamum III 117. 
A(j>POA Aegiale III 555. 



B 



B Alexander III of Macedon II 68« .. 

— Cnossus II 519. 

— Croton I 216. 

— Neapolis I 79. 

— Segesta I 315. 

— Selge III 603 . 

— Stratoniceia III 382. 

— Velia I 194. 
BA Syracuse I 360. 

BA Euagoras II, King of Salamis III 825 
BABON Rhodus III 414. 
BAAV2 Aspendus III 572. 
BA2IAEIAH2 Rhodus III 417. 
BATIflN Cos III 398. 
BATT02 Samos III 328. 329. 
BiE Olbia II 164. 



Bl Neapolis I 73 . 

— Poemanenon III 126. 

BIHN Clazomenae III 227. 

— Teos III 309. 
BK Pella II 99. 
BAAOYNA6HN MAKEAONHN €TTI ITAAIKOY 

Blaundus III 430. 
BO Epirus II 257. 

BOinmN Thebes II 313. 314. 315. 
BOP6IOHNE Thyatira III 464. 465. 

— Antiochia ad Maeandrum III 341. 

BOYAH Appia III 496. 

— Melos II 564. 

— Prymnessus III 533. 

— Synnada III 537. 

— Tabae III 385. 
BIT Massilia In. 

BP AXYAAIAAI KAA Tabae III 384. 
BPIHN Cnossus II 516. 
BYIA2 Byzantium II 158. 



T, J,D Aphrodisias III 622. 

— Cales I 58. 

— Camarina I 262. 

— Corinth II 389. 390. 

— Heracleia I 153. 

— Massilia I 10. 

— Metapontum I 161. 

— Olbia II 163. 

— Suessa Aurunca I 86. 

— Thurium I 183 . 

— Velia I 201, 203 . 

— On Babylonian Tetradrachms III 829. 
TAIOC MA20NI 02POY<|>02 Apameia III 494 . 
TAIOY Aezanis III 483. 
rAin.AIINNin.TULAAinNI ANOYTTATn KOI 

NOY A2IA2 Sardes III 458. 
TAAOK02 Erythrae III 259. 
CA2 Tarentum I 128. 
TE Thebes II 312. 
TEAOinN Gela I 278. 279. 280. 
rEAflN02 Syracuse I 360. 
TEN Aetolia II 277. 
r€PMANIKOCAYTOKPATnPnATHPTTATP- 

IA02 Lycia III 555. 
l"€POVCIA Aphrodisias III 347. 
— Hierapolis III 515 . 
TE22I02 Smyrna III 297. 



973 



TEI2I0I 4>IA0nATPIZ Smyrna III 298. 

|"H Ptolemy 1 of Egypt III 846. 

CI Tarentum I 138. 

rilO (?)Sicyon II 428. 

TA or m Athens II 353. 

TAAY Achaean League II 437. 

TAAYKOC Hierocaesareia III 438. 

rNnill Chios III 318. 

rNHTOI EKATONYMOY Erythrae III 257. 258. 

TO Athens II 354. 

TOP Orra I 104. 

rOPriON Erythrae III 255. 

TOPAIANHA Aphrodisias III 349. 

TOPrOZ Rhodus III 413. 417. 

TOPrnnAI Thessaly II 235. 

TP AVP 0€OT€IMOY NYCAEHN Nyta III 449- 

TPOCE.E Rubil 97. 

f"Y Tarentum I 133. 134. 



A Aegiale II 554. 

— Aphrodisias III 622. 

— Arcadia II 489, 

— Clazomenae III 225 . 

— Corinth II 381. 390. 394. 

— Croton I 215. 216. 217. 

— Elis II 454. 457. 

— Gortyna II 528. 

— Istrus II 169. 

— LyttusII 538. 

— Macedonian Imitations I 13. 

— Neapolis Camp. I 75. 77. 

— Ptolemy I of Egypt III 849. 850. 

— Selge III 603. 

— Syracuse I 352. 362. 

— Tarentum 1. 121. 122. 123. 125. 132 

— Velia I 197. 

— On Persian^ III 828. 
AA Elis II 446. 449. 

— Lacedaemon II 469. 

— Rubi I 96. 

— Soli III 648. 

— Tarentum I 132. 

— Zancle I 212. 

AA (?) Vim (2YBA ?) Sybaris I 181. 
AAIOY Arpi I 88. 89. 
AAI Metapontum I 165. 
— Tarentum I 127. 
AAIM Thebes II 310. 



AAI ME Aenianes II 206. 
AAM Edessa II 97. 

— Enna I 273. 

AAM A Damastium II 246. 

— Thebes II 310. 
AAMACIAC PatraeII 4 3i. 

AAMAAH2 APXEANAKTOI Erythrae III 257. 

258. 
AAMATHP Metapontum I 164. 
AAMIflN Messene II 464. 
AAMOAE Aetolia II 278. 
AAMOKPATHlLeucasII 271. 
— Rhodus III 415. 

AAMOTIMOY Patrae II 432. 
AAMYAOI Tarentum I 135. 
AAMO KYPANA2 Cyrene III 897. 
AAMCONOC Patrae II 432. 
AATAMAI Sinope III 29. 
2E Aegae II 12. 
AE Argos II 475- 
AEIIAZ Messene II 464. 465. 
AEINOMENHI HPAKAEOY Erythrae III 260. 
AEKAETHPI CKVPIOV Alexandria III 880. 
AEO Abdera II 119. 
AEPKYAOI Chios III 320. 
AH Neapolis I 80. 81. 

— Sicyon II 426.427. 

— Temnus III 189. 
AHAIK02 Colophon III 234. 
AHM Phocaea III 283. 

— Side III 583. 
AHMH Athens II 352. 
AHMHTPI TeosIII 3 o9. 
AHMHTPIOI Athens II 354. 

— Cos III 397. 398. 

— Ephesus III 241. 
'AHMHTPIOC KflPOC CnnATPOC Ephesus 

III 141. 
AHM02 Aezanis III 484. 

— Amorium III 489. 

— Antiochia ad Maeandrum III 341 . 

— Aphrodisias III 345. 349. 

— Apollonia Salbace III 353. 

— Attuda III 356. 

— Bageis III 426. 

— Cadi III 498. 

— Cibyra III 502. 

— Hierapolis III 515. 

— Philadelphia III 451. 

— Prymnessus III 532. 



974 — 



— Saitta III 453 . 

— Themisonium III 541. 

— Tripolis III 472. 

AHMOC CAITTHNHN Saitta III 4 53- 
AHMOC06NH2 Stratoniceia III 381. 
Al Alexander III of Macedon II 68. 

— Bottiae Emathiae II 96. 

— Boeotia II 317. 

— Corinth II 390. 391. 

— Croton 1 218. 

— Egypt (Ptolemy III) III 85 5 . 

— Hermione II 484. 

— Mamertini I 302. 

— Megalopolis II 497. 

— Messene II 464. 

— Neapolis Camp. I 71. 

— Pergamum III 112. 

— Philip II of Macedon II 84. 85. 86. 

— Ptolemy I of Egypt III 845. 847. 848. 850. 

— Syria III 732. 

— Tarentum I 134. 137. 140. 

AIA AAPA2TOY Trapezopolis III 389. 

AIA KAIPE<t>ANOYAntandrusIII 141. 

AIA KAAYAIANOY Attuda III 356. 

AIAKPIT02 Leucas II 13. 

AIAN Amisus II 13. 

AIA T7AM<|>IAOY KIAPAMHNflN Cidramus III 

362. 
AIA TTAniOY KAAAIMOY Apollonia Salbace III 

353- 
AIAPAXMON Rhodus III 419. 
AIKTYNNA KPHT Crete II 552. 
AIN0KPATH2 Apollonia II 243. 
AIO Athens II 354. 

— Elaeusa-Sebaste III 669. 

— Leucasll4i4. 

— Sinope III 29. 
AIOrENHlTeos 3 o8. 
AIOAHPOY Dyrrhachii II 244. 

— Pergamum III 114. 

AIOKAE Athens II 352. 
AIOMHOY Parlais III 614B. 
AIONY Smyrna III 289. 
AI0NY2I02 Cyme III 174. 

— Erythrae III 254. 256. 
AIONY2I02 IATPOKAEOY2 Erythrae III 257. 
AI0NY2I0Y Athens II 355. 

— Heracleia Pontica III 47. 

AIONY20Y 2nTHP02 MAPHNITHN Maro- 
neia II 115. 116. 



AI0TTEI0H2 Erythrae III 254. 
AI02 Locri I 226. 

— Mamertini I 302 . 

— Tralles III 466. 

AI02 EAAANIOY Syracuse I 358. 

AI02 IAAIOY Crete II 552. 

AI02 OAYMTTIOY Alexandria III 865. 

AI02KOPOI Tarentum I 116. 

AI02KOYPIAH2 Laodiceia ad Lycum III 521 

523. 
AI0TIM02 Athens II 352. 
AIO<t> Athens II 352. 
AIO(|>ANT02 Iasus III 373. 
Al(|) Achaean League II 436. 
Alfl Croton I 213. 
AION Cos III 395. 

— Leucas II 271. 

— Messene II 464. 465. 
AIHN02 Zacynthus II 463. 
AOIKHN02 Dyrrhachii II 244. 
AOKIMOC Docimeium III 507. 
AP. • • Eretria II 330. 
APAKHN Ephesus III 241. 

— Halicarnassus III 369. 

— Myndus III 376. 
AH Anactorium II 41 1 . 



E Aezanis III 483. 

— Alexander III of Macedon II 76. 

— Corinth II 391 . 

— Croton I 215. 

— Cyme III 175. 

— Elaeusa-Sebaste III 669. 

— Macedonian Imitations I 13. 

— Neapolis Camp. I 74. 77. 78. 81. 

— Philip II of Macedon II 56. 

— Rhodus III 410. 414. 

— Same II 461 . 

— Syracuse I 360. 

— Tarentum I 125. 

— Thracian Chersonesus II 129. 131 

— ThuriumI 183. 188. 

— Velia I 192. 195. 
ErNATlOY M Elaea III 184. 
EA Alexandria Troas III 135 . 
EIAKE2TIAA2 Camarina I 261. 

— Cnidus III 366. 

EIE<t>PnN Dyrrhachii II 244. 



— 97 5 



EH Tarentum I 124. 

El— HPOlbia II 164. 

EIPHNH Locri I 224. 

EIPHNH NYCAEON Nysa III 447. 

EK Ilium III 153. 

EKA Alexander III ofMacedon II 64. 

EKATACosIII 399. 

EKATAIOC CGOCANAPOC Stratoniceia III 3S1. 

EK KE<t>AAOIA Cephaloedium I 272. 

EKTHP Ilium III 153. 

EKTHP IAIEHN Ilium III 156. 

€A€YO€PA T€PMHCC€ HTOKAnOYC€KOY- 

CIA Termessus Major III 610. 
EMnPETON Cos III 396. 
ENNOAIAZ Pherae II 231. 
E02EBHI Miletus III 275. 
En Thebes II 311. 
ETTA Tarentum I 127. 

ETTANTEPAPX AnniANHN Appia 111 496. 
ETTI Maroneia 11 114. 
— Thyrrheium II 415. 

Eni ArnN o oetoy I apemai - ahameic I 

KOINON CpPYriAI Apameia 111 495. 
Eni AAPIANOY Philomelium III 531. 
En APAV XPVCON OVXION Chios 111 322. 

323 • 
En AVP AIA 4>OI BOY inmxoY APXIOV 

rOPAHNON Gordus-Julia 111 436. 
Eni AYPANTinATPOY nAN<t>IA KAAOHNHN 

Cadi III 498. 
En AVP AOITEINOV Magnesia ad Sipylum III 

443- 
Eni AOIINEH Maroneia II 115. 
Eni AIA nAlflNlOY Neapolis II 73. 

— Nysa III 448. 

Eni AIAZ €NOAOXOY APX KAAOHNHN Cadi 

HI 499- 
Eni AINnOAEITOV Miletus III 277. 
Eni Al nONTIKOY Byzantium II 155. 156. 
Eni AA€II€P€nC Sala III 455. 
Eni AMIANTOY Hadrianopolis III 512. 
Eni ANTinATP Byzantium II 153. 
Eni AnEAAEH Maroneia II 113. 
Eni APIITONEH Maroneia II 114. 
Eni APIITHNOI Chalcidian League II 27. 
Eni APX AIAnOAA€ Trapezopolis III 389. 
Eni APX CTAIA TPOKAEOVC Tabae III 387. 
Eni APX AOMECTIXOY Tabae III 387. 388. 
Eni APXIA CONOC CIABOY Tabae III 388. 
EPIAPXinEMnTIAOY Thebes II 315. 



Eni APX nPV AVP MINNIflNOC Miletus III 

27S. 
Eni AinniOY Byzantium II 153. 
Eni ATYAn THM€NOOYP€n Temenothyrae 

Flaviopolis III 538. 
Eni AYP EAniAH(J>OPOYNE Cyme III 182. 
Eni AYP EPMCONOC Bargasa III 358. 
Eni AYP ZHNGONOCAP Aezanis III 484. 
Eni AYP KAEOriATPOI KAAOHNON Cadi III 

500. 
Eni r CAA KAAYAIANO VAPX Sardes III 460. 
Eni TAIOY APX BageisIII 427. 
Eni TAIOY KAIKIAIOY KOPNOYTOY PHMH 

Amisus IN 15. 

Eni TAIOY nAniPlOY KAPBHNOZ Nicaea III 

50. 

— Nicomedia III >.j . 
Eni TENO Athens II 353. 
€niCI AANOYANTIOXEHN Antiochiaad Oron- 

tem III 755 . 
Eni l~.KA <t>AAKKOYKucarpeia III 509. 
Eni T MAVP IHTIMOY Tralles III 468. 469. 
Eni T M AVP VAAOY €niKPATOVC Magnesia 

III 268. 
EniTONOI Cnidus III 365. Myndus III 376. 
Eni AAMA Maeonia III 440. 
Eni AAMflNOI Byzantium II 153. 
Eni AHMHTPIOY Nacrasa III 446. 
Eni AHMOCTPATOY CTPATHI"OC CHIOC 

Smyrna III 299. 
EniAl Corycus III 630. 
€niAIOr€NO SynausIII 535. 
Eni AlOrENOYC AIONYCIOY APX KO- 

TIAEfiN Cotiaeum III 50^. 
Eni AIONYIAAOZ Abdera II 125. 
Eni AIOIKOY Byzantium II 153. 
Eni AIO<t>ANTOY Abdera II 125. 
EnCKATHNYMOY Erythrae III 261. 
En EAniAH<t>OYOY Cyme III 182. 
€ni €PMOr€NOVC CTPACKPIBHNIOC KAA- 

POG Smyrna III 299. 
€n €PMOKPATIAEn Abdera II 120. 
€ni €PMOr€NOYC KAAPOC Smyrna III 298. 
eni 6PMHNAKTOC Abdera II 126. 
€ni €Vr€N€TOPOC Philadelphia III 452. 
€ni €V€P Corycus III 630. 
Eni EYPI KAEOZ Lacedaemon II 470. 
Eni IHNHNO Abdera II 122. 
Eni HPAKAEIAEfl Maroneia II 115. 
Eni HPO<|>ANEOZ Abdera II 122. 



— 976 — 



Eni 0EA2 (|>AYCTINAC Byzantium II 155. 

ETTI 0EOAO Maroneia II 113. 

ETTI OPAIYAOC Abdera II 121 . 

EfTI l€PHN Cyme III 177. 

EFTI IKETA Syracuse I 357. 

Eni IOYAIAN Maeonia III 441. 

Eni IOYA KOAPA TOVVIOV IfTII APX KO- 

TIAEON Cotiaeiim III 505. 506. 
Eni innnNAKTOI Abdera II 125. 
€TTI KAACCIKOY Aezanis III 486. 
En KATI MENEKPATOYC Maeonia III 440. 
Eni KA 4>IAOKA€OC Cibyra III 502. 
Eni KNAAOKP LocrisII 286. 
Eni KOM(j) TAAYKHNOC n€PI"AMHNnN Per- 

gamum III 122. 
Eni KOP AA6IANAP Philomelium III 53 2 - 
Eni KOYAAPATOY Antiochia ad Orontem III 

754- 
Eni KOYnON Miletus III 277. 
Eni KPAT602 Argos II 476. 
Eni KPATH2 Cyme III 174. 
Eni K IE KOYNAOY Cotiaeiim III 504. 
Eni KTHTTAIOY Aezanis III 483. 
Eni AEYKIOY IEP OYHNIOY KAniTHNOI 

Acmonia III 481 . 
Eni AOAAIOY KAACCIKOY Aezanis III 485. 
Eni AOYI YANIOY 2IAOYANOY Amorium III 

489. 
Eni AOYKIAAIOY ANTHNIOY APX Sebaste 

III 534. 
Eni MANT CEBHPOY 6AA6ITH Elaea III 186. 
Eni MAPKOY nAANKI Heracleia Pontica III 49. 
Eni MAPKOY nAANKlOY APOY ANQYnA- 

TOY Prusias ad Hypium III 58. 
Eni MAPKOY 2AA0YIAHN0Y nPOKAOY 

ANOYnA Nicomedia III 54. 
Eni MAPKOY IAAOYIAHNOY AinPHNA 

ANOYnATOYNicaealllso. 
Eni MAPHN02 Miletus III 278. 
Eni M.ATMHTPOrENOYC Aezanis III 487. 
Eni MEAANinnO Abdera II 120. 
Eni MEAITHNOCAP Sala III 455. 
Eni MEAITON02 AIKAHniAAOY Cadi III 

499- 
Eni MENANAPOY Aezanis III 485. 
En. MENEKA€OY Smyrna and Nicomedia III 

6ni MH AHOY Aezanis III 486. 

Eni MHNOrENOY TOY NANNA Aezanis III 487. 

En.MHTPONOI Masoneia II 113. 



Eni MHTP04>ANEOI Maroneia II 113. 

Eni MHTP04>ANOYC Synaiis III 535. 

Eni MINAIOY Sardes III 459. 

Eni MKA nniHN ACIAPXOY IEPOnOA€l- 

THN Hieropolis III 519. 
Eni MNA2TOY Apollonia II 243. 
Eni MYPTOY CTPATHI"€INOC Smyrna III 

292. 
Eni NANNACTE <t>ANH(t>OPOY Aezanis III 485. 
Eni N€IKOMAXOY CAPAIANHN Sardes III 

459. 
Eni NE2TI02 Abdera II 121. 
Eni NOYMHNIOY Maroneia II 114. 115. 
Eni OMHPOY Abdera II 126. 
Eni OYAPOY Antiochia ad Orontem III 753 . 
Eni OVA AAMOA020Y APXACAAHNflN 

Sala III 455. 

Eni nAIA AHMHTPIANOY mm APX KO- 

TIAEHN Cotiaeiim III 506. 
Eni nAITOY TPAMMATEOC APTEMIC Ephe- 

sus III 243. 
Eni nAITOY TPAMMATEOC OMONOIAEphe- 

sus III 249. 
Eni nAYAOY A API Philomelium III 531. 
EninAYIANin Abdera II 124. 
€n nAY C€P KYMAIHN Cyme III 181. 
Eni n€AANIOY KAICAP€CON MOCTHNGON 

Mostene III 444. 
Em riEPrAMOY Pargamum III 112. 
Eni n€PMA<|>IAIAPX Cotiaeiim III 504. 
€ni nPYK AOriCK.ATTAAOY Synnada III 

537- 
Eni nETPCONlOY Smyrna III 296. 
Eni n MAPKOY TABAAEH Tabala III 461. 
Eni nAANKlOY OYAPOY Apameia III 494. 
Eni nOAYIENOY Chalcidian League II 27. 
Em nPVA€ONTOC.OVAAKATOY Stratoni- 

ceia III 382. 
Eni nPHTEH Abdera II 122. 
Eni nPCOTOMAXOY CGOKPATOY Aezanis 

III 486. 
Eni nnAAIANOY(|>IAAAEA(J>EnN Philadelphia 

III 45i. 
Eni POY<|)OY Miletus III 277. 
Eni POY<l>OY ACIAP CAPAIANflN Sardes III 

460. 
Em PAVTAN KOPINOOY TPAAAIANHN 

Tralles III 467. 
Eni PAHMONEIKOV Magnesia ad Maeandrum 

III 269. 



977 — 



ETTI CAVPAAMA nEPrAMHNHN Pergamum III 

122. 

€ni CEKOYNAHI Cyme III 177. 

Eni C€I KA CEIAIANOY nEPrAMHNHN 

Pergamum III 112. 

ETTI CIAIOY A/OVKIOVCTO VOYIV A/ICON 

Amorium III 489. 

€ni C AVP 6VTVXOVC Phocaea III 284. 285. 
€TTI CTP AIOAOP Pergamum III 116. 
€ni CTPI nOAAinNOC Pergamum III 117. 
Eni CTPAKA K€<|>AAinNOC Pergamum III 116. 
€ni CTPKA TTAPAAAA... Pergamum III 119. 
€TTI CTP nOAAIONOC KOPHNIC Pergamum 
III 119. 

€TTI C -P KOVAPTOV FTEPr Pergamum III 120. 
€ni CTPAI nXLAAIAC Pergamum III 120. 
€ni CTPAT KAA APICT6A mPrAMHNHN 

Pergamum III 120. 

€ni CTP M KAIP€A ATTAAOY Pergamum III 
121 . 

€TTICTPA ... AAOYn6PrAMHNHN Pergamum 

III 121. 

€ni CTPK T6PTVAAOY n€PrAMHNON Per- 
gamum III 122. 

€ni CTP nAin€IOA KOINON OMnN Perga- 
mum III 123. 

€ni ctp nAiniOY koinon omonoia nEP- 

TAMHNnN KAI €4>€CinN Pergamum III 123. 
6ni CTP AIONYCIOV Myrina III 188. 
€ni CTPA KPOITA MVTIAH Mytilene III 21 1. 
€ni CTP... nOC IA BAA APICTOMAXOY 

Mytilene III 211. 

€ni CTP BAAAPICTOMAXOY Mytilene III 
211. 

€n CT 4>A MANO(J>ANTOY KYMAIflN Cyme 
III 182. 

€T7 C <J>lAHTOY Smyrna III 29s . 
€T7I KA CTPATON6IKOV Smyrna III 300. 
€TTI CT POV(J)|NOV Smyrna III 300. 301. 
€TT C M AVP C6ZCTOV Smyrna III 302. 
€T7 CTP MAVP C€I€TOV Smyrna III 302. 
€TT C r€MINOV Smyrna and Pergamum III 304. 
305. 

€TT CTPT€MINOY Smyrna and Pergamum III 
305. 

€ni CTPA BACCOV Acrasus III 424. 
€TTI CTPA fTAninNOC Hypaepa III 439. 
Eni Ifl<J) Athens II 353. 
Eni I<t>OAPlA Byzantium II 152. 



€n T AYP MOA€CTOY APX ArKYPANON 

Ancyra III 492. 

EniTANI AM- A Rhodus 111 418. 
Eni TIAAMA Miletus 111 277. 

Eni Tl KAAYAIOY IEPHNYMOY Smyrna 111 
291 . 

Em T nOMnflNlOY BACOYnPEIBEYAN 

Ancyra III 699. 

Eni Tl nANKAEOCTO Melos 11 564. 
Eni TITIANOY CAITTHNON Saitta 111 453. 
En TYNAIANOY Acmoneia 111 481. 
Eni TYXHI Rhodus III 417. 

Eni T 4>A MHTPOAOPOY TB CAPAIANHN 

Sardes III 459. 

Eni KPOY4>OY AAPIANO-. Hadrianopolis III 

513- 
Eni (|)ANEn Abdera II 124. 
Eni (JHAAAOI Abdera II 122-123. 
Em <J)IAIANOY nOPOY Pordosilene III 214. 
Eni <J)IAIITOV EIKAAIOI Smyrna III 292. 297. 

Eni <J)A.nPEICKOY NE TP- YOY- ACIAPX 
Acmonia III 482 . 

Eni (frAHPOY AN OVZMYPNAIHN Smyrna III 
299. 

En <J>PnNTnN02 BYZANTinN Byzantium II 

156. 

Eni 4>.TEAE Nicaea III 51. 
Em <|>nKPI Byzantium II 153. 
EP Elaeusa-Sebaste III 669. 
EPA2IKAH2 Rhodus III 411. ,12. 
EPMArOPAI Smyrna III 288. 290. 
EPMIAZ Ephesus III 240. 

— Myndus III 377. 
EPMI AIONY Smyrna 111 289. 
EPMinnOI APXIEPEY2 Philadelphia III 450. 
EPMinnOI EPMOrENOYI APXIEPEY2 Phi- 
ladelphia III 450. 

EPMinnOI IinYAOY Smyrna III 289. 
EPMO Myndus III 376. 
EPMOC Bageis III 427. 

— Magnesia ad Sipylum 111 441. 

— Saitta 111 453. 

— Tabala III 461. 
EPYOPAI Erythrae III 261. 262. 
EY Achaean League II 438. 

— Agrigentum I 248. 

— Corinth II 391. 392. 

— Corcyra II 263 . 

— Elis II 457. 

— Heracleia I 152. 154. 155. 



-978 - 



— Locri I 227. 

— Orchomenus II 299. 

— Rhodus III 410. 

— Sybaris I 181 . 

— Syracusel 336. 337- 349- 

— Tarentum I 120. 136. 
EYAIN Catane I 266. 
EYAINETO Syracuse I 337. 338. 
EYANAPOI Athens II 353. 
EYAPAT02AI Cos III 400. 
EYAPA HAIOAH Cos III 399. 
EYAPOI Ephesus III 237. 
EYAPXIHN Tarentum I 129. 
EYBIO Aenianes II 205. 
EYBIOTOY Thessaly II 236. 
EYBOIEON Eretria II 331. 
EYBOYAOC CnidusIII 367. 
EYI Neapolis I 73. 
EYHAdNEON Edoni II 16. 
EYOElis II 442. 

— Thurium I 185. 
EYOHNIA Alexandria III 875. 
EYOY Heracleia I 152. 
— Syracuse I 339. 
EYK Syracuse I 344. 
EYKAPnOI Cos III 400. 
EYKAEI Syracuse I 337. 
EYKAH-.. Magnesia III 269. 
EYKAH2 KPATIN02 Magnesia III 267. 
EYKPAT Cos III 400. 
EYKPI Cyme III 174. 
EYM€N€IA Eumeneia III 511. 
EYMEN6HN AXAIflN Eumeneia III 510. 511. 

512. 
EYMENEHN AIONYC Eumeneia III 510. 
EYMENOY Syracuse I 338. 
EYMHNOY Syracuse I 336. 
EYn Maroneia II 114. 
EYPIKAEOI Lacedaemon II 470. 
EYPHMEnNEuromusIII 368. 
EY<|>A Thurium I 387. 
EY<|>HMOI TTAYIANIOY Magnesia III 267. 
EY<j)PnN CnidusIII 365. 
— Sicyon II 426. 
E<t>APM02TO AbydosIII 132. 
E<J)€CinN nANIflNIOC Ephesus III 245. 
E<j)€CinN nPHTnN ACIAC Ephesus III 245. 

246. 247. 
€<|>€CinN TYXH Ephesus III 249. 



F Anactorium II 410. 448. 
FA Achaean League II 437. 

— Axus II 511 . 

— Elis II 439-457. 
FAOElisII 439. 

FAAEIONElis II 441. 445. 450. 455. 457. 
FAZT Thebes II 310. 
TAZinN Axus II 511. 512. 
FEPT Thebes II 310. 
FK Aspendus III 573. 

IIZ 

I Achaean League II 438. 

— Alexander III of Macedon II 72. 77. 

— Amphaxitis II 96. 

— Athens II 352. 353. 

— Heracleia I 155 . 

— Lampsacus III 96. 

— Philip III of Macedon II 77. 

— Syracuse I 360. 

— Tarentum I 137. 138. 

— Velial 198. 
IA Syracuse I 363. 
IANOinnOZCosIIl396. 
IANOOC Cyme III 178. 179. 
IAP Halicarnassus III 370. 
IE Ephesus III 241 . 

IENOA.MANAPArOSamos III 321. 
IENOK Sicyon II 428. 

IENOKAH Ephesus III 239. 
IENOKPATHlChalcis II 325. 
— Tarentum I 148. 

IENOTIMOI Sicyon II 427. 
IENO(|>nN Cos III 401. 
IENO<t>nN IEPEYC Cos III 402. 
I€NO(|>IAOC APXA THM€N0VP€VCI Temeno- 

thyrae III 539. 
IENOXAPHZMesseneIl465. 
IENON Apollonia II 243. 

— Cyme III 173. 

— Rhodus III 417. 

IENHNOI ZHNONIOY Laodiceia-Smyrna III 

526. 
IEY Argos II 475. 
IEY1 Locri I 224. 
IEYC AKPAIOC Magnesia ad Maeandrum III 

268. 



— 979 



— Smyrna III 294. 

— Temnus III 190. 
IEYC TTANAHNOC Synnada III 536. 
IEYIIZ 4>IAAAHOHZ Laodiceia ad Lycum III 

523 
IEYC EAEYOEPIOZ Syracuse I 348. 351. 352. 
IEYC BOZIOZ Hierapolis 111 514. 
IHNANIC Laodiceia ad Lycuin III 524. 
IEYC KACIOC Corcyra II 265-266. 
Z6VC KEAENEVC Apameia III 493. 
IEYC KOPY(J)AIOC Philadelphia III 451. 
IEYC OAYMniOC Maeonia III 439 
IEYC COAYM€YC Termessus Major III 609. 
IEYC 4>IAIOC Pergamum III 118. 
IEYIIZ Smyrna III 291 . 
IEYC TPHIOC Hierapolis III ji6. 
IH Aetolia II 277. 
IHNIZ Smyrna III 289. 
IHNOTeos III 509. 
II AA Achaean League II 457. 
IOI AI02 Cyme III 176. 
101 AOY Sicyon II 428. 
10 A Tabae III 5S3. 
IOnY Tarentum I 135. 136. 
IOriYPIflN Tarentum I 144. 
IOIIYPOY Apollonia II 242. 
Dyrrhachii II 244. 
IOP Tarentum I 130. 
Id Tarentum I 134. 136. 147. 
Ifll Thurium 1 189. 
iniAOZ Athens II 355. 
IflPYPOC Ervthrae III 256. 



H Alexander I of Macedon II 4; 

— Arcadia II 489. 

— Athens II 350. 351 . 

— Catana I 265 . 

— Chalcedon III 40. 

— Corinth II 382. 

— Eion II 7. 

— Istrus II 169. 

— Neapolis Camp. I 79. 

— Orrescii II 4. 

— Ptolemy I of Egypt III 846. 
— - Rhegium I 233 . 

— Selge III 603. 

— Syracuse I 354. 

- Tarentum I 120. 



— Thracian Chersonesus II 130. 

— Thurium I 184. 

. h Tarentum I 116. 126. 

— Heracleia I 1 54. 
HH Tarentum I 1 17. 
HTHZATOPHZ Abdera II 126. 
HAflN^flN Edoni II 16. 

|-E Tarentum I 121 . 
H and HE Sicyon II 422-425. 
HE Athens II 351. 
HI Tarentum I 155. 
HAIOAQCos III 379. 
HMIACAPION Chios III 321. 
|-M<t> Tarentum 1 115. 116. 
KPElis II 457. 

— Histiaea II 332. 

— Thessalv II 235 . 

J-HP Tarentum I 124. 125. 143. 
hHPA Tarentum I 137. 

— Thurium I 186. 187. 188. 
HPA Achaean League II 436. 

— Elis II 453. 455. 456. 

— Nagidus III 641. 

— Philippi II 43 . 

HPA APrEIA Alexandria III 865. 
HPAKAE ! EI"AO Apameia III 495. 
HPAKAEIAAZ Catana I 266. 
HPAKAEIAHZ Cyme III 174. 

Smyrna III 288. 
HPAKAEinTAN Cephaloedium I 272. 
HPAKAEOZCyme III 173. 
HPAKAEOYZ ZflTHPOZ OAZION Thasos II 

148. 149. 
HPAKAHTOZ Tarentum I 141. 153. 
HPIAANOZ Chios III 517. 
HPOAOTOZ Erythrae III 255. 
HPOAHPOZ AIONYZIOY Erythrae III 259. 
HPOOEMIZ HPAKAEITOY Erythrae III 259. 
HPflC €YPYTTYOC Pergamum III 117. 
HPfllAA Pheneus II 500. 
HT Neapolis 1 170. 
HYTIEIA Metapontum I 162. 
HY^AZ Selinus I 322. 



Aegina II 374. 

— Argos II 475. 

— Athens II 353 . 

— Delphi II 293 . 



123 



— 980 



— Dicaea II 118. 

— Egypt (Ptolemy IV) III 856. 

— Lycia III 546. 

— Macedon II 87. 

— Neapolis I 73 . 

— Phalanna II 226. 

— Phlius II 419. 

— Syracuse I 362 . 

— Velia I 193. 195 . 
©A Barce III 903. 
0AP2YTA2 Rhodus III 412. 
Or Olus II 539. 

0E Elaeusa-Sebaste III 669. 

— Elea II 251 . 

— Neapolis Camp. I 72. 

— Tarentum I 134. 

— Thurium I 187. 

OEA AIBIA Clazomenae III 230. 
OEA POMH Amorium III 489. 

— Ancyra III 491 . 

— Gordus-Julia III 434. 

OEA PHMH KAI OEH C€BACTn Pergamum III 

118. 
OEAN PHMHN Pergamum III 116. 

— Perperene III 124. 

— Silandus III 460. 

OEAN PnMHNTPinOAEITANTripolis III 473. 
OEAN PHMHN (|)IAOnATPIC Smyrna III 291. 
OEAC CVPIAC KPOTTOAITnN Hieropolis III 

75i - 
0EBAI02 Thebes II 306. 
OEBAIflN Thebes II 315. 
OEO Halicarnassus III 370. 

— Lampsacus III 100. 
OEOT Thebes II 310. 
OEOrEN Blaundus III 428. 
0E0A0P02 Clazomenae III 224. 
0E0AHP02 Myndus III 376. 

— Teos III 308. 
0E0A0T02 Clazomenae III 225. 
OEOAOT02 IEPOKAE Acmoneia III 480. 
OEOIIOI KAHTAI02 Aegium II 430. 
OEON CEBACTON fTEPrAMHNOI Pergamum III 

118. 
OEON CYNKAHTON Erythrae III 261. 

— Nacrasa III 445 . 

— Pergamum III 116. 119. 

— Smyrna III 291 . 
OEOnOMnOI Miletus III 274. 
0E02 2EBA2T02 Aphrodisias III 350. 



— Alexandria Egypti III 864. 

OEOTI Thebes II 312. 
OEOTIMI AO Blaundus II 429. 
OE04>ANHC Stratoniceialll 381. 
0EP2H2 Chios III 318. 
OEiniEON Thespiaell 317. 
0E2TTIK0N Thespiaell 315. 
OEYAIANOC ANE<J)HKE Smyrna III 300. 
OHPI Pheneus II 499. 
OOIAA Allifae I 56. 
01 Tarentum I 136. 
OlflN Thebes II 312. 
0AA2T02A NEOHKEN Mylasa III 375. 
OP Histiaea II 332. 
0PA2Y Priene III 236. 
0PA2YA0X02 Ephesus III 237. 
0PA2Y MENH2 Rhodus III 416. 
0PA2YT Stratoniceia III 380. 
OY Olbia II 162. 
OYNNAPOC Synnadalll 536. 
OHMYPIflN AenianesII 205. 



I 



I Arcadia II 489. 

— Corinth II 392. 

— Pharsalus II 229. 

— Sicyon II 423. 

— Thracian Chersonesus II 129. 
I A Syria III 731. 

IAIHN Parosl56 9 . 
IA2HN Ephesus III 241 . 
IB Amisus III 15 . 

— Pontus III 22. 
IA Corinth II 392. 

— Selge III 604. 

IAK Aegae Aeolidis III 170. 
IAO Lampsacus III 100. 
IA0MENEY2 Cos III 396. 
IE Achaean League II 438. 

— Syracuse I 362. 

— Syria III 721. 722. 

— Velia I 198. 

EPA ATTHNH Ephesus III 243 . 
I EPA BOYAH Antiochia ad Maeandrum III 342. 
Aphrodisias III 346. 347. 348. 

— Attuda III357. 

— Teinenothyrae III 539. 

— Tripolis III 471 . 
IEPA CYNKAHTOC Aezanis II 484. 



— 981 — 



549 



Ancyra III 490. 
Apameia III 494. 
Aphrodisias III 346. 347. 34^. 

Attuda III 357. 
Cyme III 178. 179. 
Docimeium III 507. 
Mostene III 444. 
Myndus III 379. 
Philadelphia III 452. 453. 
Phocaea III 284. 
Prymnessus III 533 . 
Smyrna III 295 . 
Synaiis III 535 . 
Tabala III 461. 
Temenothyrae 1 laviopolis III 



538 



— Themisonium III 541. 

Tripolis III 470. 471 . 
I EPA EdpECIflN Ephesus III 244. 
IEPAZ Epidaurus II 482. 483. 
IEPATIKOC Tripolis III 472. 
IEPEYI MENEAHMOI Epirus II 257. 
IEPO Halicarnassus 111 371. 
l€POC Side III 585. 
IEPOC AHMOC Aphrodisias III 346. 
Cadi III 498. 
Tabae III 385. 
— Tralles III 467. 

IEPONYMOY Syracuse 1 362. 
IEPHNOI ArgosII 476. 

— Syracuse 1 359. 361. 562. 
IKEII02 Chios III 319. 

— Smyrna III 290. 
IAI Arpi I 89. 

IOYAIA ZHNONIL ■ Laodiceia ad Lycura III 
522. 

IOYAIEHN THN KAI AAOAIKEQN Laodiceia 
ad Mare III 760. 761. 762. 

IOYAIOC AIONYCIOC Sebaste III 534. 

IOYAIOI ANAPONIKOI EYEPI"ETH2 Laodi- 
ceia ad Lvcum III 522. 

IOVIOI KAEHN APXIEPEYI A2IA2 Eumeneia 
III 511. 

in Celenderis III 627. 

innAITAlThessaly II 236. 

ITTTTAPIZ Camarina I 261 . 

innOKPATHI Cos III 401. 402. 406. 
— Epirus II 255. 

innOYPIOC Blaundus III 429. 



IPOMNHMHN Abdera II 125. 
II Athens II 354. 

— Celenderis III 627. 

— Neapolis I 74.75. 78. 79. 

— Suessa Aurunca I 86. 

— Troezen II 486. 
IIAPNION Leucas II 270. 
Id) Olbia II 163. 

— Yelia I 197. 

inNON TONKTDHN Perinthus II 158. 



K Alexandria III of Macedon II 65. 

— Capua I 61 . 

— Cibvra III 501 . 

— Corinth II 394. 

— Egypt (Arsinoe II) III 858. 

— Heracleia 1 1 52. 

— Heracleia Pontica III 46. 

— Istrus II 169. 
Massilia I 1 1 . 

— Mctapontum I 165. 

— Rubi I 97. 

— Sclge 111 603. 

— Syracuse 1 342. 

— Tarentum I 115. 120. 125. 127. 128. 131. 

— Tauromenium I 367. 

— Tegea II 503 . 
— - Yelia I 197. 

KAB€IPIA Thessalonica II 104. 

KABI Thebes II 310. 

KABIPOC Thessalonica II 102. 

KAA Troezen II 486. 

KAZCANH Themisonium III 540. 

KAICAP C6BACTOC Amphipolis II 41. 

KAICAP€ON TON nPOC TH ANAZAPB Ana- 

zarbus III 619. 
KAIPOYd)INOC BPOYZHNON AN€0H2 Bruzus 

III 497- 
KAA Metapontum I 165. 

— Tabae III 384. 

— Thurium I 186. 187. 
KAAAI Thebes II 311. 
KAAAlAlCyme III 176. 
KAAAIAAMAI Abdera II 121. 
KAAAITENHI Blaundus III 430. 
KAAAIKPATHZ Tarentum I 146. 
KAAAIKPATHI BP AXYAAIAOY Tabae III 384. 



— 982 — 



KAAAinOI APTEMIAflPOY Apollonia Salbace 

HI 354- 
KAAAI2 Erythrae III 255. 
KAAAICTPATOY Patrae II 432. 
KAniTHNOC Seleucia ad Calycadnum III 645. 
KAAYAIA C6A6VK6HN Seleuceia III 600. 
KAAYAON Cyme III 173. 
KAAYKAANH Seleucia ad Calycadnum III 644. 

645. 646. 647. 
KAriETnN Aphrodisias III 351. 
KAniTOAEINOY Erythrae III 263. 
KAPM€IOC Hadrianopolis III 512. 
KAYNA2IHN Chios III 319. 
KE(|>AAOC Pale II 459- 
KH Damastium II 247. 
KH(J>I2IAH2 Achaean League II 438. 

— Chios III 319. 

KH<J>I20KPIT02 Chios III 318. 
KZHN0NI2 Laodiceia ad Lycum III 524. 
Kl Egypt (Ptolemy V), III 858. 
— Tarentum I 125 . 
KIM Syracuse I 341 . 
KIMflN Metapontum I 163. 

— Syracuse I 341. 342. 
KI2 Syracuse I 360. 
KK Aspendus III 574. 
KA Tarentum I 127. 
KAAYAIA BOYAH Tralles III 468 . 
KAAYAIOnOYNTIHN Locris II 287. 
KAAYAI02 Stratoniceia III 381 . 
KAAZOMENH Clazomenae III 230. 
KAE Aenianes II 206. 
KAEO Amorium III 488. 
KAEAPX02 Magnesia III 265. 
KAENA Abdera II 124. 
KAEinnOI Thessaly II 235. 
KA€OBOYAOC APXHN Temenothyrae and 

Sebaste III 540. 
KAEYAHPOY Velia I 194. 
KAEYX Side III 583. 
KAEHN Thurium I 189. 
KAH Tarentum I 147. 
KAHTAIOC Aegium II 430. 
KAIflN Thebes II 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. 



KOAO(|>nNinN KAAPIA Colophon III 235 
KOINOC KIAIKIAC Tarsus III 663. 
KON Tarentum I 116. 128. 
KOPA2 Syracuse I 355. 
KOPH Cyzicus III 89. 
KOPOC Nysa III 448. 
KOPHNIC Pergamum III 119. 
KOI Aetolia.II 278. 
K02HN Scythic King II 201 . 
KOY2INI02 Ephesus III 242. 
KP Syria III 720. 
KPA Argos II 477. 
— Axus II 511 . 
KPAK Heracleia Pontica III 46. 
KPACCOY SynnadaIIl5 3 6. 
KPATEP02 Ephesus III 239. 
KPATIAHM02 Erythrae III 255. 
KPI Metapontum I 166. 
KTI2TH2 KAAZOM Clazomenae III 230. 
KYLycia III 545. 
— Philip III of Macedon II 77. 
KYA Cyrene III 896. 
KYAA2 Cnossus II $19. 
KYAONHI Tarsus III 661. 
KYAAAN02 Chios III 319. 
KYMH Cyme III 179. 180. 
KYMH AIOAIC Cyme III 180. 
KYNNO(|>IA02 Clazomenae III 227. 
KYNflN Tarentum I 140. 
KYTTAPICCIA Lacedaemon II 469. 
KOKOY Apameia III 492. 



A Alexander III of Macedon II 75 . 

— Arpi I 88. 

— Cassander of Macedon II 78. 

— Corinth II 392. 

— Demetrius I of Macedon II 79. 

— Heracleia I 153. 

— Masicytes III 559. 

— Massilia In. 

— Metapontum I 166. 

— Neapolis Camp. I 79. 

— Neapolis Mac. II 5 . 

— Rhegium I 234. 

— Tarentum I 119. 
AA Aegae II 13. 

— Argos II 477. 

AAOYXOY CTPATHfOY Thessaly II 237 



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AAIPBENOC Hierapolis III 514. 

AAKETHI Athens II 354. 

AAKH Alexander III of Macedon II 64. 

A AON I KOI Cyme III 175. 

AAP Amorium III 488. 

AE Cnidus III 367. 

AEONTI2K02 Cos III 397. 

AE02 Samos III 326. 

AEHMEA Chios III 320. 

AEHN Stratoniceia III 3N0. 381. 

— Tarentum I 140. 
AEY Amestratus I 258. 
AEYKAITTII Syracuse I 538. 345. 
AEYKinnOI Mctapontum I 164 . 
AE4>A Megalopolis II 497. 
AHTOEIA Tripolis III 472. 

Al Agrigentum I 249. 

— Eryx I 274 . 

— Rubi I 97. 

AIBIAN ZMVPNAlflN KOPflNOC Smyrna III. 

29b. 
AIBYHN Lybia II! 907. 
Al I B Sinope III 30. 
AIMYPOC Limyra III 559. 
AO Neapolis Camp. I 71. 
ATT Neapolis Mac. II 5 . 
AY Aetolia II 278. 

- Alexander III of Macedon II 71. 

— Corinthian Colony II 416. 

— Masicytes III 560. 561. 

— Mctapontum I 166. 

— Myra III 562. 

— Philip III of Macedon II 77. 

— Syracuse I 362. 

— Tarentum 1 129. 

— Tlos and Cragus III 567. 
AYAIAAA ArgosII 475. 

AYKIAA2 EV5ENOY EYKAPniTIKOY 

Eucarpeia III 510. 
AYKOYPrOI Lacedaemon II 468. 
Thyrrheium II 274. 
AYKIN02 Cos III 395. 

— Tarentum I 140. 
AYKINO Thebes II 312. 
AYKI2K02EpirusIl2 5 6. 

— Thyrrheium II 274. 
AYKION Limyra III 558. 

Masicytes III 560. 

— Patara III 563. 

— Pinara III 565. 



Rhodiapolis III 565. 

Tlos III 566. 567. 

Xanthus III 567. 
AYKOMHAA Magnesia ad Maeandrum III 266. 
AYK CflZON Themisonium III 540. 
AYKflN Cos III 59;. 

— Tarentum 1 133. 1^4. 
AYKHN AAMOTIMOY Patrae II 432. 
AYIA Priene III 286. 
AY2A2 Abydos III 152. 
AY2I Anactorium II 411. 
Afl Thasos II 149. 



M 



M Aetna I 247. 

— Alexander III of Macedon II 71. 73. 77. 

— Corinth II 393 . 

— Histiaea II 332. 

— Lycia 111 546. 

— Perrhaebi II 225 . 

- Philip II of Macedon II 87. 

— Syracuse I 362. 

— Tarentum I 124 . 

— Tauromenium I 368. 

— Tegea II 503. 504 . 

— Thasos II 149. 

— On Persian ^ Coins III 828. 

— Uncertain Island, north of Africa III 922. 
MA Ambracia II 249. 

— Metapontum I 165. 
MArA2 Athens II 352. 

MATNHCIA Magnesia ad Sipylum III 441. 
MAIANAPOC Antiochia ad Maeandrum III 341 

Tripolis III 472. 
MANAPHNAI Clazomenae III 224. 226. 
MANTIOC Tralles III 467. 
MAPMallus III 637. 
MAPKEAA02CibyraIIl5oi. 

MAPKOC APXA THM€NOOVP€VCI Temeno- 

thyrae Flaviopolis III 539. 
MAPNAC Ephesus III 243. 
MAPCVAC Apameia III 495. 
MAPCVAC KIBHTOI Apameia III 495. 
MBIT Brundisium I 103. 
MA Croton 1 216. 
ME Athens II 352. 353. 

— Lyttus II 538. 

— Mesma I 228. 

— Neapolis I 76. 77. 



9 8 4 



MEAH Cos III 399. 

MEAA Halicarnassus III 369. 

MEAHC Smyrna III 293. 

MENANAP02 Thyrrheium II 273. 

MENANAP02 TTAPA2I0Y Tralles III 457. 

MENANAPOC 4>IAO KAICAPTO Tripolis III 

470. 
MENANAPOY Aezanis III 485. 
MENE Athens II 353. 
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. 
MENNEIAI Thyrrheium II 274. 
MENTH Priene III 286. 
METPOnOAEITHN TON 6NIHNIA Magnesia 

ad Maeandrum III 270. 271. 272. 
MH Athens II 355. 
— Pontus III 22. 

MHNOrENHI 2EBA2THN nEPrAMHNHN 

Pergamum III 118. 

MHNOAOTOC Myndus III 377. 

MHNOAO- • -2IAAHN Acmoneia III 480. 

MHNfl Smyrna III 290. 

MHTP Samos III 328. 
— Samothrace II 143 . 

MHTPAI AAMAAOY Erythrae III 258. 260. 

MHTPO AnATOYPHTOY ANAIinnOY Ery- 
thrae III 260. 

MHTPOAOP02 Clazomenae III 228. 
— Chios III 320. 

MHTP0NAKT02 Samothrace II 142. 

MHTPflNAZ IQPYPOY Erythrae III 262. 

Ml Alexander III of Macedon II 72. 

— Nolal 82. 83. 

— On Persian JR. Coins III 828. 
MIKON Cos III 397. 

MIKY0O2 Magnesia ad Maeandrum III 265. 
MIAHT02 CiuslII 41. 
MINNIflN Erythrae III 255. 
MNA2IMAX02 Rhodus III 413. 
MNA2HN Thyrrheium II 275. 
MNH2APX02 Ephesus III 238. 
MNH2I0E02 Clazomenae III 225. 
MO Aezanis III 483. 



— Apameia III 493. 
MOIPI02 Cherronesus II 180. 
MOAIHN Erythrae III 254. 
MOA02202 Thurium I 185. 
MONHTA Alexandria III 875. 
M02 Soli III 649. 
M02KYA0Y Dyrrhachii II 244. 
M022EO Mosses of the Bisaltae II 15 
M02202 Miletus III 275. 
M02X Clazomenae III 226. 
M02KIA02 Apollonia 111. II 242. 
M02X02 Smyrna III 289. 
MOY Adana III 617. 
MYP Agrigentum I 251. 
MYP€INA Myrina III 188. 
MYP6NA Myrina III 188. 
MY2 Halicarnassus III 370. 



N 



N Alexander III of Macedon II 65. 

— Antandrus III 14] . 

— Corinth II 392. 

— Ephesus III 237. 

— Neapolis I 72. 79. 

— Philip II of Macedon II 55. 

— Syracuse I 349. 361. 

— Syria III 720. 

— Velia I 201 . 

NA Achaean League II 438. 

— Syria III 726. 

NANAyA2 TTPEIIA2 Perga III 578. 
NAVCIKAA NHPniNA Mytilene III 210. 
NAVTH2 Athens II 352. 
N€IK0MAX0CAPXI€THM€N00VP€VClTeme- 

nothyrae Flaviopolis III 539. 
NE2TOPIAA2C0SIII395. 
NEYANT02 ETTOEI Cydonia II 520. 
NEYMHTarentumI 134. 
NEYMHNI02Tarentum I 138. 
Nl Aeginall 374. 375. 

— Lacedaemon II 468. 469. 

— Messene II 464. 
NIKA Metapontum I 169. 
NIKArOPA2 AACos III 402. 
NIKHTH2 Athens II 355. 
NIKI Cyrene III 893. 
NIKIA2 Cos III 400. 

NIKIA2 NI2AI0Y Erythrae III 258. 
NIKI02 Cyrene III 893. 



- 9*5 - 



NIKOKPATHlTarentumI 142. 
NIKOKPATOY2 Thessaly II 235 
NIKOAA Miletus III 276. 
NIKOAAOI Stratoniceia III 380. 
NIKOCTPATOC KAAAICTPATOY Patrae 11 452 
NINI CLA Claudiopolis III 628. 
NYBY Neapolis I 77. 
NYEMBPOI Ephesus III 240. 
NYKHNIMOlThuriall 466. 



O Alexander III of Macedon II 72. 

— Boeotia II 318. 

— Cales I 58. 

— Cassander of Macedon II 78. 

— Ephesus III 241 . 

OA Macedonian Imitations I 13. 

— Massilia In. 
OAAMOC Cos III 401. 

OAH Alexander III of Macedon II 6.) 
OO Selge III 606. 
OIKIITAI CrotonI 217. 
OIKOYM6NIKOC Aphrodisias 111 551 
OIKOYM6NIKA Ephesus III 243. 
OlflNOI Ephesus III 237. 
OKH Lacedaemon II 468. 
OAYM Arcadia II 488. 

— Thebes II 312. 
OAYMTTIA Ephesus III 245. 

— Tralles III 467. 
OAYMniAAAZ Sicyon II 429. 
OAVMTTIKON ElisII 441. 
OAYMT7II Tarentum I 144. 
OMHPOC Chios III 522. 
OMHPOY Ios II 562. 
OMONOIA (alone) Erythrae III 262. 
OnA04>YAAI Myrina III 18S. 

— Smyrna III 294 

OPON Corycus III 630. 
02 Neapolis Camp. I 79. 
OIK IM TAN Croton I 215. 
OYIA Neapolis Camp. I 72. 
OYA Athens II 352. 

— Miletus III 273. 

n 

n Acanthus II 21. 

— Alexander III of Macedon II 74. 



— Aspendus III 572. 

— Corinth II 393. 

— Croton I 213. 

— Dyrrhachii II 243. 

— Metapontum I 161. 168. 

— Neapolis I 76. 

— Potidaea II 35. 
— • Rhegium I 236. 

— Syracuse I 354. 

— Tarentum I 123. 128. 

— Terina I 238. 239. 240. 

— Yelia I 197. 

— On Persian M. Coins III 830. 
TTA Sicyon II 424. 

TTAK Neapolis I 75. 
TTAAIK PR Cyrene III 900. 
n A AOY Thessaly II 236. 
TTAMY Rhodus III 414. 
nAM4>AHI Argosll 477. 
TTANA Cos 111 396. 

— Halicarnassus III 570. 
TTANAINA Hipponium 1 220. 
nANT... Cnidus III 367. 
nATTIAC ATTOAAHNIOY Sebastopolis 111 379. 
fTAP Thurium I 187. 

nAPAINOY AFTOAINAPIOY Apameia 111 494. 
TTAPI2 Erythrae III 259. 
TTAPMENIIKOI Clazomenae 111 22N. 
nAPMHNOI Apollonia II 242. 
fTAPPAIIOI Ephesus III 240. 
nAZIKPATHI Smyrna III 290. 
nAIIHN Cydoniall 522. 
fTA<t>IA Pergamum III 117. 
fTE Athens II 354. 

— Ephesus III 237. 
FTEEOlbia II 164. 
T7EIPA Amisus III 13. 
T7EAOT7IAHI Erythrae III 253. 254. 
fTEAOY Himera I 282. 
TTEAHPIAI Messana I 301. 
nEMnTOY Alexandria III 876. 
FFEPrAMH Pergamum III 116. 118. 
TTEPrAMHNnN Pergamum III 120. 121. 122. 

123. 
nEPrAMOI Pergamum III 116. 
T7EPI OA' A6 KA€T Alexandria III 876. 
FTETPAI Thessaly II 236. 
TTETPAI02 Thessaly II 235. 
TTHAE<t>OI Ephesus III 238. 
TTAATHN Colophon III 233. 



986 — 



fTAETAN Damastiurn II 247. 
nO Aspendus III 573. 

— Cyrene III 896. 

— Elis II 448. 

nOlAP Egypt (Ptolemy V) III 858. 

TTO0 Thebes II 311. 

nOAE Iasus III 374. 

nOAEMflN Athens II 354. 

nOAEMON CTPATHmN AN €OHKE Smyrna 

III 300. 
nOAEMDlNOI YIOY ZHNONOI Laodiceia ad 

Lycum III 524. 
nOAl Cyrene III 895. 
nOAIANOEYI Cyrene III 897. 
TTOAY Metapontum I 163. 

— Tarentum I 135. 138. 
nOAYAPXOlCosIII 397. 
nOAYKAHlErythraelll 255. 

— Messene II 465. 
nOAYKPATHI Cos III 398. 
nOAYOPOYI Teos III 509. 
TT02E Smyrna III 289. 
nOIEIAONIOZ Cius III 41. 
nOIEIAJINIOI HPAKAEOYTOY EniKOY- 

POY Erythrae III 260. 
T70ZI.-.TE Iasus III 374. 
nOYniOI ANTICTPAT Cyrene III 900. 
nOYniOI TAMIAC Cyrene III 900. 
FTP Argos II 475. 

— Ephesus III 238. 

— Olbia II 163. 
nPAIOZ Parium II 568. 
TTPIAMOI Mum III 155. 
TTPO Metapontum I 166. 
TTPOBOM Suessa Aurunca I 85. 
nPOCTEYAAM Cos III 399. 
nPOZENOI Cius III 42. 

— Miletus III 274. 

TTPOMA Sicyon II 427. 

TTPOTHZAbdera II 123. 

TTPHTn Miletus III 276. 

nPO<t>YAAI Smyrna III 292. 

TTPHTAKOINA ACIAC €N CMYPNH Smyrna III 
302. 

TTTOAIOKOI Apterall 507. 
TTY Achaean League II 438. 

— Celenderis III 627. 

— Elis II 451 . 

— Mallus III 638. 

nYOArOPHI CAMIHN Samos III 331. 



TTYOAI Cyme III 175. 
fTYOEOZ Clazomenae III 225. 

— Colophon III 235. 
nYOHZ nYGOY Laodiceia ad Lycum III 521, 

523. 
TTYOIAAphrodisias III 351. 

— Delphi II 295. 

— Hierapolis-Sardes III 518-519. 

— Thessalonica II 103. 104. 

— Tripolis III 472. 
nYOU Phocaea III 284. 
TTYOinN Chios III 321. 

— CnidusIII 366. 

— Cyme III 175. 
TTYOO Samothrace II 143. 
nYOOAOPOI Colophon III 253. 
nYOOMNHSTOY Erythrae III 255. 
TTYOONIKOI Cos III 403. 
nYAAO Arpil 89. 
nYPPIACosIIl398. 

TTYPAMH Hieropolis-Castabala III 633. 
nnPOC €AHN€I Pordosilene III 214. 



P Chalcedon III 40. 

— Egypt (Ptolemy IV) III 856. 

— Selge III 603. 

— Tarentum I 120. 123. 124. 
S Velia I 196. 

PO Alexander III. II 67. 

PO Orrescii II 4. 

P0E Rhegium I 234. 

POAIOZ Miletus III 275. 

PHI A Achaean League II 438. 

RUM A Lacedaemon II 469. 

PflMH Antiochia ad Maeandrum III 342 

— Ephesus III 242. 

— Nicaea III 50. 



2 Alexander III of Macedon II 69. 

— Anactorium II 410. 

— Ancona I 44. 

— Aptera II 510. 

— Argos II 472. 

— Corinth II 393. 

— Cyprus III 687. 

— Egypt (Ptolemy III), III 854. 



- 987 - 



— Epidamnus Dyrrhachium II 407. 

— Heracleia I 1 5 3 . 

— Leucas II 413 . 

— Metapontum I 164. 166. 

— Syracuse I 350. 

— Tarentnm I 119. 

— Velia I 201 . 

2 A Corycus III 630. 

— Seleucia ad Calycadnum III 644. 

— Tabae III 383. 

— Tarentum I 116. 117. 12b. 127. 12S. 
CAPATTIC Temnus III 190. 
CAPAIANHN Sardcs III 457. 
CAPAIC SardesIII i>7- 
CAVCTPATON6I KIANOY THMN Temnus III 

190. 

CEBACTH CVNKAHTOC ZMYPNAIHN l€PO- 
NYMOC Smyrna III 296. 

2EBA2THNHN Tavium III 701. 

2EBA2THNHN TEKTOIAmN Ancyra 111 698. 

IEBAITON Pergamum III 117. 

CEBACTON K€(j>AAinN rPAMMATEYHN Per- 
gamum III 123 . 

2EBA2T02 Clazomenae III 231. 
— Ilium III 1 54. 

Miletus III 277. 

IEBAITOI KTI2TH2 Clazomenae III 231. 
— Teos III 310. 

IEAEYKOY Pergamum III 113. 

IEAINOI Selinus I 521. 322. 

CEMNHC €NAOIO T€PAC€ V€AP€09N Syedra 
III 651. 

2EPOYHNIOY KAniTONOI KAI IOYAIAI 
IEOYHPAI Acmoneia III 481. 

IHMArOPAI Smyrna III 290. 

IHPAMBOI Tarentum I 147. 

21 Alexander III of Macedon II 58. 

— Metapontum I 167. 

— Nagidus III 642. 
— Neapolis I 77. 

— Syria III 721 . 

— Tarentum I 126. 133. 134. 

— Thurium I 187. 
i\\ Cibyra III 501 . 
CIAANAEHN Silandus III 460. 
CIAANAOC Silandus III 460. 
IIAANOI Agrigentum 1 250. 
2IAHN02 Paros II 569. 

2IM Tarentum I 125. 126. 
— Thurium I 186. 



2IMO Larissa II 219. 

IinYAHNH Smyrna III 293. 

CITTYAOC Magnesia ad Sipylum III 441.442. 443. 

ZK Aspendus III 573. 

IKYOINO Philomelium III 531. 

CMYPNA Smyrna III 295. 294. 

10 Argos II 472. 

COAYMOC Termessus III 609. 

20AHN Ephesus III 239. 

202 Stratus II 272. 

lOIITTOAIlGela 1 278. 

*0<t>OKAHI Cos III 402. 

20TEIPA Cyzicus III 86. 

Hipponium I 22 1 . 
Syracuse I 3)6. 357. 
20THP Himera I 283. 
2T7APTH Lacedaemon II 170. 
2TA Oyi Laiis I 157. 
2TA2ION Rhodus III 413. 416. 
CTAY €AniAH<t>OPOY KYMAION Cyme III 

182. 
CTAY N€IKOCTPATOY THMN Temnus III 

190. 
CTC€ZAOYKIOYTHinNTeos III 311. 
CT-nANKPATOTeos III 309. 
2TPA Agrigentum I 251. 

— Smyrna III 294. 

— Zacynthus II 463. 

CTPA AAPIANOnO Stratoniceia III 382. 
CTPA AOION BONIANOY Sardes III 457. 
CTPA MENANAPO Apollonia Salbace III 355. 
CTPA NIKOCTPATOY Apollonia Salbace III 

355- 
CTPA n C6AAI0Y Smyrna III 303. 
CTPA Tl KAAY COCANAPOC Smyrna III 291. 

292 . 
*TPATHN Cyme III 175. 
2 TPA<t> Chios III 319. 
CTPI nnAAHNOC TPAIANOC Pergamum III 

119. 
CTPKA K€<|>AAinN fT€PrA Pergamum III 119. 
2Y Tarentum I 140. 
2YAHK02 Lappa II 534. 
2YMMAX02MyndusIII 377. 
IYN Ephesus III 236. 
2YNKAHT02 Bagiis III 427. 
CYNNAAEHN lONflN Synnada III 536. 537. 
2<J) Athens II 351. 552. 
2fl Alexander III of Macedon II 72. 

— Athens II 354. 

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988 — 



— Leucas II 270. 

— Messene II 464. 

— Syracuse I 348. 363. 

— Tarentum I 137. 144. 

— Thurium I 186. 
2HAAM 02 Tarentum I 135. 
inr Thurium I 186. 
inrENHI Tarentum I 147. 
2flK Tarentum I 117. 
2HKANNA2 Tarentum I 148. 
2HKPATH2 Colophon III 234. 

— Leucas II 271 . 

— PhygelaIIl286. 
2flA0 Halicarnassus III 371. 
2n2ANAP02CiusHI 4 2. 
2O2IBI02 Heracleia I 154. 
2H2T Myndus III 377. 
2n2TPAT02 Chios III 320. 
2H20HNE2 Laodiceia ad Lycum III 520. 
2HTinN Leucas II 271. 



T Aesernia I 50. 

— Barce III 902. 

— Cassander of Macedon II 78. 

— Croton I 219. 

— Neapolis I 79. 

— Stratus II 272. 

— Syria III 721. 722. 
TAAON Phaestus II 542. 

TAMIA2 ANTICTPA Cyrene III 901 . 

TAMIAC HI 900-901. 

TAMIOY TAIOY TTOTTIAIOY Macedonia II 94. 

TAP Neapolis I 73. 80. 

TAYPIAA Cnossus III 519. 

TE Rhodus III 414. 

TET Thyrrheium II 273. 

TEI2I Samothrace II 143. 

TEI2YA02 Alexander III of Macedon II 67. 

TEAEA2 Cnidus III 366. 

TEAE2l(|>PnN Cnidus III 366. 

TEAE<|>ANTO Pharsalus II 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. 

THMI Pharsalus II 229. 



THMNOC Temnus III 190. 
Tl Corinth II 393 . 

— Lacedaemon II 468. 

— Nagidus III 641 . 

— Thurium I 187. 

Tl KAAY KAAAITENH2 Blaundus III 430. 

Tl KAAAAIOC 0OINIZ Blaundus III 430. 

TIM Thebes II 311. 

TIMEAHC Aphrodisias III 345. 

TIMH2IANAZ Clazomenae III 228. 

TIMOZ EKATA Cos III 399. 

TIMOZENOYC0SIII403. 

TIMOOEO Acmoneia III 480. 

TIM00E02 Rhodus III 413. 

TIMOOEOY Heracleia Pontica III 47. 

TIMOKAHC Tegea II 503. 

TITIANOC APXIEPEVC Temenothyrae III 540. 

TOA Nagidus III 641. 

T0AMAI02 Aenianes II 205. 206. 

TPH Corinth II 381. 

TPI Stratus II 273. 

TPIH Corinth II 382. 

TPOKMHN Tavium III 701 . 

TPY Syria III 740. 

TPH2TP Stratoniceia III 380. 

TTT Argos II 473 ■ 

TY Stymphalus II 501. 

TYXH TAPCOC MHT Tarsus III 664. 

TYNN Naxos II 566. 



Y Aspendus III 573 . 

YrEIACos III 404. 

YAIH Himera I 281. 

VVA Himera I 211. 281. 

YAAinn02Abydos III 131. 132. 

YAAOC Saitta III 454- 

YTT€PNIKHC PHMAinN Carrhae III 815 



4> 



<|> Alexander III of Macedon II 65 

— Caulonia I 208. 

— Massilia In. 

— Metapontum I 166 . 

— Pella II 98. 

— Rhodus III 410. 

— Syracuse I 363. 

— Syria III 731 . 



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— Tarentum I 123. 125. 128. 

— Terina I 238. 

— Thurium I 187. 190. 

— Yelia I 194. 196. 197. 
<|>ArETA Sinopelll 30. 
4>AIAIM02 Miletus III 275. 
(j>AINO Chios III 321. 
<1>AAAKP02 Apollonia II 242. 
<j)AAAIKOY Phocis II 293. 
4>AM Hierapytna II 530. 
<j>ANArOPA2 Clazomenae III 228. 
4>ANIA2 Eretria II 330. 
<t>ANNO OEMII Erythrae III 255 
<J>APOC Caunus III 361 . 
4>HIINOI Chios III 318. 

4>| Actolia II 277. 

— Alexander III of Macedon II 58. 

— Bottiae Emathiae II 96. 

— Corey ra II 262. 

— Croton 1 218. 

— Lacedaemon II 469. 

— Tarentum I 120. 126. 127. 131. 138. 14 1. 143. 
146. 

— Thurium I 189. 

— Yelia 1 195. 196. 198. 

— On Double Daric III 827. 
(|>IA Tarentum I 129. 
4>IAAA€A<t>€ftN Philadelphia III 451. 
4>IAAA€A4>IA Philadelphia III 45 1 . 
4>IAETAIPOY Pergamum III 110-112. 
4>lAlOC Z€VC Pergamum III 118. 
<j)|AIP Syria III 73^. 

(j>IAI2 Chalcis II 324. 
$IAIITHI Cos III 395. 
<j>IAI2TI Terina I 241. 
<t>l AI2T I AO 2 Syracuse I 360. 361. 
4>IAI2TinN02 Yelia I 194. 
<j>|AO Athens II 355. 
<t>IAOAAM Cos III 396. 
<j>IAOIENIAOY Thessaly II 235. 
4>IAO K AH C Tarentum I 145. 
4>IAOK PA Tarentum I 139. 
— Apollonia II 242. 
<J>IAOKPATH2 EYTTOAIA02 Erythrae III 260. 
(J)IAOKPATOY2 Thessaly II 236. 



<|>IA0Y Apollonia 11 243. 
<t>IAflN Corcyra II 265. 

— Rhodus III 416. 
4>IAnN nP02nNT02 Erythrae III 257. 
4>IAnNIOAA2 Corcyra II 265. 
(j>IAOMHA€C0N €T7€VTVXO Philomehum II 

552. 
<J>lAflTA2 Apollonia II 243. 

Corcyra II 265 . 
4>IA<J>IA Cnidus III 566. 
<J>IP... Cnidus III 366. 
<J>0 Syracuse I 361 . 
<J>OINII Blaundus III 430. 
<J)PY Syracuse I 339. 
(pPYriAA Syracuse I 339. 
<|> — y Medeon II 272. 
4>flK€A Phocaea III 284. 



y Histiaea II 332. 
^APO Thebes II 31 1 



X Histiaea II 332. 

— Neapolis I 73 . 

— Nola I 82. 

— Thracian Chersonesus II 131. 132. 

— Yelia I 194. 
XAI Neapolis I 80. 
XAIPHN02 Apollonia II 242. 
XAIPI02 Cyrenelll 895. 
XAP Syracuse I 363. 
XAPH2 Abydos III 132. 

XAPH2 B nAniA2 lEPAnOAITEION Hierapo- 

lis III 516. 
XAPINAVTHC Athens II 354. 
XAPINOC TPAMMATEYGON Pergamum III 117. 
XAPMH2 Erythrae III 256. 

— Miletus III 275. 276. 
XAPMY Halicarnassus III 369. 
XAPMYA02 BCos III 402. 

XAPOniAH2 2H2TPATOY lEPAnOAITHN 

Hierapolis III 516. 
XO Elis II 446. 
XPVCANTINAHierapolisand Sardes III 518. 519. 



Cephaloedium I 272. 
Ebusus I 6. 



b) Punic, 



Gades I 7. 
lliberis I 7, 



990 



Motya I 304-6. 
Panormus I 310-12, 
Saetabi I 7-8. 



AESILLASQII94. 

ATEULA Remi 12. 

C-ARB Brundisium I 103. 

C.D Panormus I 314. 

COHOR PRAE PHIL Philippi 11 45" 

D-D Panormus I 314. 

G- AQ Venusia I 100. 

HISPANORVM Spain I 8. 

L.SEIO PROCOS Panormus 1 314. 

M.ATIVS BALBVS PR I 376. 

Nil Venusia I 100. 

P. AS VIR— III VIR Paestum 1 178. 

PROVINCIA DACIA II 165. 

Q Uncertain Sicilian I 371 . 

QT. RE- 1 1. VIR Paestum I 178. 



Aquilonia I 51 . 
Atella I 57. 
Capua I 61-64. 
Cubulteria I 65 . 
Fistelia I 84. 
Frentrum I 52. 



Siculo-Punic I 371-2, 
Solus I 323. 324. 



c) Latin. 



ROMANOM 1 31- 
SARD PATER I 37<>- 
SC Paestum I 179. 
VIC AVG Philippi II 45. 
VLATOS Remi I 12. 
YOUANOM Aesernia I 51. 



Latin Ethnics. 



Aesernia I 50-51 . 
Cales I 57-58. 
Larinum I 52-53 . 
Social War I 54-55 . 
Suessa Aurunca I 85 



d) Oscan. 



The following coins bear Etruscan inscriptions 
Populonia I 20-22. 



Hyria I 68-69. 
Irnum I 87. 
Nuceria Alfaterna I 83. 
Social War I 54-55. 
Teanum Sidicinum I 86, 



e) Etruscan and Umbrian. 

Volaterrae I 23-24 




THE PHILOCTETES VASE. 



SIR HERMANN WEBER'S 
COLLECTION OF ANTIQUITIES 



It had been intended to bind in with the Second Part of Volume III the Sale Catalogue of 
Sir Hermann Weber's Antiquities, which were dispersed by Messrs Sotheby and Co, on the 
22 nd and 23 rd May 19 19. Unfortunately, these catalogues which had been left with the printers 
for safekeeping have either been mislaid or destroyed. 

The collection consisted of Greek, Roman and Egyptian Antiquities, Vases, Bronzes, 
Terra-Cotta Figures, Glass, Ornaments in gold, silver, ivory, bronze, etc. 

Among the most interesting items we may mention the following : 

Lot 23. A bronze statuette (height 4! inches) of IMHOTEP, the physician god of the 
ancient Egyptians, seated ; the god wears the conventional skull-cap, and a scroll lies open on 
his knees; his usekh or collar is inlaid in gold. This came from the Gr6au sale, Paris, 1885, 
lot 801; PI. XV, 2. 

Lot 55. A terra-cotta Phiale, 9! in. in diam. by i\ in. high, with a representation, according 
to Kliigmann, probably of the Marriage of Hercules. The phiale forms the subject of a paper 
by D r 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 
black " umbilical " 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 
representing the " chariot of the gods ". 

Lot 84. A Panathenaic Amphora, black figure period, 15 in. high; with Athena on one 
side, and diskobolos, athlete and judge with wand. From the Rhodus sale at Sotheby's, 4 th 
December 1885 (lot 145). 

Lot 85. A Greek black-figure Kylix, j\ in. diam., representing a combat between Greek 
warriors. Signed ATKEZTO (backwards). 

Lot 92. A Lekythos with red-figure design. This vase is known as the " Philoctetes Leky- 
thos " and is illustrated in L. A. Milani's " II Mito di Filottete", Florence, 1879, from which 
our illustration, on special plate, is taken. The compiler of Sotheby's catalogue described the 
scene as representing Oedipos in exile. 

Lot 174. Archaic statuette of the god Mars, 9! in. high. This was from A. Castellani, 
Roman sale, 1884, p. 48, n° 289. 

Lot 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, D r Pantaleoni ; lot 219, Gr£au for Grean; lot 220, 
same correction. 

Lot 221. A fine Bronze Patera; from the H. Hoffmann sale, Paris, 1888 ; 101407. 

Collectors and others, who own the Sir Hermann Weber Sale Catalogue of Antiquities, 
will be glad of the above corrections and annotations, for which we are indebted to D r 
F. Parkes Weber, F.S.A. 



NOTES AND RECTIFICATIONS 

to Volume I. 
Cf. also Errata, I, p. 377, II, p. 579). 



P. 41, n° 198. Ariminum. The warrior is armed with a short sword and a spear, the latter 

being the sheath ofCarelli, pi. xxiv, 1. (S.W. Grose). 
P. 46, last line, "oter" for "other". 

P. 67, n° 314. Hyria. From the spacing of the letters I should judge that 4 is a form for Y 

and not a plant or a harpoon as suggested by Imhoof and Sambon. McClean 

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. To judge from the style of the obverse I should wish to assign this 

anepigraphic coin to Nola rather than to Neapolis. (S.W.G.). 
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 
on other specimens. (S.W.G.). 
P. 73, n os 365, 367 a. " 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 
the coins of this mint in Num. Chron., 19 16, p. 203 seq. The weight of this 
specimen helps to confirm the views there expressed. (S.W. G.). 
P. 104, n° 503 and pass., " cockle-shell". Generations of numismatists have insisted on calling 
this shell by a wrong name. Jt is really the scallop-pecten, as added in brack- 
ets to n°* 649-50. (S.W.G.). 
P. 185, n° 880. (PI. 35). Thurium. The monogram on this Thurian didrachm is simply "E; 
cf. Jameson Cat., n° 365. There is another specimen from the same dies in 
the Cabinet des Medailles, Paris, shewing distinctly the T. (M .P. Vlasto). 
P. 185, n° 881. Thurium. I have misrepresented Mr. E.J. Seltman in stating that he support- 
ed M. Sambon's theory about <(> and Phrygillos (vi^. the bird). "Prof. 
Regling accepted it (Terina, p. 44). On the contrary I expressed ' bedingte 
Zweifel ' (Terina, p. 41), i.e. I did not feel sure that it was an engraver's (j). 
What I said was that the 4>PY (not the mere <t>) confirmed M. Sambon's 
idea". (E.J. S.). 
P. 190, n° 909. Copia. The obverse type reproduced on the plate is certainly of a coin of Orra. 

In fact, it is the coin figured on PI. 23, n° 507. 
P. 192, n° 917. Velia. Delete the comma after above. 

P. 212, n° 1009. Croton in alliance with Zancle. The letters are PA and not DA- 
P. 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.). 



— 994 — 

P. 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° 1270. Line 7. "vreath" for "wreath". 

P. 304, n° 1451. Motya. Formerly attributed to Segesta; suggests the probability of a close 
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. 
(S.W.G.). 

P. 310, n° 1476. (PL 56). 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 this coin is shown upside down on Plate 17$. 
66, line 3. 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. 
142, n os 5321-22. These are numbered wrongly on Plate 193; the obv. of one is mounted 

with the rev. of the other, and vice-versa. 
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, in Ionia. 
239, n° 5851. The rev. is shown upside down on Plate 206. 

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 . 

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. 
350, n° 6402, struck under Tiberius, as n° 6406. 
352. Fifth line from bottom of page : two instead of teno. 
359, n° 6446A belongs to Caryanda, and not Carystus. 
361, n os 6353-6354 possibly belong to Caunus. 
373, n os 65 18-65 19 might belong to the island of Syros. 
378, n° 6545. Hadrian JE, attribution to Myndus doubtful . 
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. 



Page 495. Third line from bottom read Acmoneia instead of Aemoneia. 

522, n° 7136 described under Caracalla is one of the early autonomous coins. 

536, n° 7181 is late in date and should be placed to the period from Claudius Gothicusto 

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 . 

801, n os 8125-8127 belong to the First Revolt and not to Simon Maccabaeus. 
823, n° 8169. The coin illustrated under this number is not that described, which is 

correctly B.M.C., PL xxiv, 24. 
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). 

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. 

901, n os 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. 



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