Asia Minor Coins - Photo Gallery

Ancient Greek and Roman coins from Asia Minor


Barata


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2 coins, last one added on Jan 09, 2007
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Dalisandos


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3 coins, last one added on Dec 08, 2008
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Derbe


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5 coins, last one added on Jul 17, 2017
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Eikonion


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35 coins, last one added on Nov 27, 2017
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Hyde


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2 coins, last one added on Nov 29, 2009
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Ilistra


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7 coins, last one added on Aug 20, 2017
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Laodikeia-Kombusta


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2 coins, last one added on Jul 29, 2007
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Laranda


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15 coins, last one added on Feb 07, 2017
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Lystra


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9 coins, last one added on Jul 01, 2016
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Savatra


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3 coins, last one added on Nov 29, 2009
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Lykaonia Uncertain



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Random coins - Lykaonia
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Dalisandus (AD 244-249) AE 29 - Philip I612 viewsPhilip I, 244-249 AD. AE29 (20.46g). Laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust R / Hercules standing facing, head right, holding apples, club, and lion's skin. VF, dark brown patina with some green and brown encrustation, nice flan. Scarce mint.
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Eikonion (AD 117-138) AE 16 - Hadrian363 viewsEikonion as Klaudeikonion. Hadrian, 117-138 AD. AE16 (2.79g). ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟC ΚΑΙCΑΡ, head left / ΚΛΑΥΔЄΙΚΟΝΙЄΩΝ, Perseus standing with harpa and head Gorgon in extended right. Green patina with sandy encrustation, VF.
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Lystra (BC 27-AD 14) AE 28 - Augustus 608 viewsAugustus, 27 BC-14 AD. AE28 (11.84g, 9h), struck ca 25-6 BC. IMPE AVGVSTI (S retrograde), laureate head left; all within pelleted border / COL IVL/FEL CEM in upper left field, LVSTRA in exergue, priest standing left, plowing pomerium with yoke of oxen left and holding ornate staff in left hand. Good VF, green patina with olive overtones on reverse, light smoothing in fields of obverse. The cornucopia was erased from the die, but a trace is still visible. Ex Villemur Coll.
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Eikonion (AD 138-161) AE 18 - Antoninus Pius231 viewsAntoninus Pius, 138-161 AD. AE18 (4.01g). ANTONINVS AVG PIVS, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / COL ICO, helmeted head of Athena right. Black Patina. GVF.
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Eikonion (AD 238-244) AE 36 - Gordian III263 viewsGordian III, 238-244 AD. AE36 (30.61g, 6h). Laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust right / She-wolf standing right, suckling the twins Romulus and Remus; tree behind. Good VF, dark brown patina, rough in areas. Very rare.
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Eikonion (AD 1-100) AE 127 viewsPseudo-autonomous, 1st-2nd century AD. AE12 (2.56g). Facing gorgoneion / KΛΑVΔЄIKONIЄωN, female deity seated left on throne, wearing polos and holding eagle (or patera?). VF. Very rare.
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Savatra (AD 138-161) AE 25 Antoninus Pius566 viewsAntoninus Pius, 138-161 AD. AE25 (11.14g) Laureate head right / CΑΟΥΑ ΤΡεΩΝ, Water-god standing with ears of corn, fish at his feet.
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Laranda (BC 330-320) Obol914 viewsca 330-320 BC. AR Obol (10mm, 0.57g). Facing bearded male head (Herakles?) / Forepart of wolf right; monogram above, star before. Good VF. Apparently unpublished, see CNG 33 (3/1995), lot 343 (same reverse die).

Last additions - Lykaonia
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Eikonion (AD 1-100) AE 127 viewsPseudo-autonomous, 1st-2nd century AD. AE12 (2.56g). Facing gorgoneion / KΛΑVΔЄIKONIЄωN, female deity seated left on throne, wearing polos and holding eagle (or patera?). VF. Very rare.Nov 27, 2017
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Ilistra (AD 244-247) AE 26 - Philip II30 viewsPhilip II, as Caesar, 244-247 AD. AE26 (11.93g). M IOYΛION ΦΙΛIΠΠOC KA (retrograde), laureate and draped bust left / ΙΛICTPЄωN KOINON ΛYKAONIAC, Hercules standing facing, head right, holding club. Extremely rare. VF.Aug 20, 2017
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Derbe (AD 164-182) AE 21 - Lucilla62 viewsLucilla, wife of Lucius Verus, 164-182 AD. AE21 (6.55g, 1h). Draped bust right / Nike with shield. Very rare.Jul 17, 2017
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Eikonion (AD 238-244) AE 17 - Gordian III98 viewsGordian III, 238-244 AD. AE17 (2.02g). IMP C M ANTO COPDIAN A; laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / COL ICONIEI/ S-R; Marsyas standing left. Extremely rare. VF.Mar 21, 2017
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Laranda (AD 244-247) AE 26 - Philip II110 viewsPhilip II, as Caesar, 244-247 AD. AE26 (10.17g). M IOVΛION ΦΙΛIΠΠOC KAIC, bareheaded, draped and cuirassed bust right / CЄB ΛAPANΔЄΩN / MHTPO KOINON, wolf standing left, with hand in its jaws. Very rare. VF.Feb 07, 2017
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Eikonion (AD 69-79) AE 19 - Titus129 viewsTitus, as Caesar, 69-79 AD. AE19 (5.58g, 6h). T CAES IMP PONT, Laureate head of Titus right / COL / E - Q / ICONIEN, Star between two military standards. VF, dark brown patina, very rare. Tricarico Coll.Dec 12, 2016
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Lystra (AD 147-175) AE 22 - Faustina II138 viewsFaustina II, Augusta, 147-175 AD. AE22 (4.8g). Draped bust right / Tyche-Fortuna sitting on rock.Jul 01, 2016
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Eikonion (AD 138-161) AE 21 - Antoninus Pius178 viewsAntoninus Pius, 138-161 AD. AE21 (4.97g, 6h). IM-P C T A H ANTONINVS, laureate head of Antoninus Pius right / COL ICO, Athena standing facing, head left, holding Nike presenting wreath, and spear; shield leaning against spear at her feet; in left field, serpent. Very rare. Sandy-black patina. Very fine.

Hans von Aulock knew of seven specimens of this type, all in museum collections. He notes the obverse legend ending ANTONINOC, but this seems unlikely given that the city was a Roman colony since the reign of Hadrian and thus should have been using Latin legends on its coinage. Unfortunately, the single specimen he illustrates is struck off center, the British Museum specimen has incomplete legends, and the rest of the examples he cites are not otherwise published, so the spelling cannot be confirmed. The specimen offered here, though, very clearly spells ANTONINVS, which suggests that Von Aulock's reading is in error.
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