Asia Minor Coins - Photo Gallery

Ancient Greek and Roman coins from Asia Minor


01284q00.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 14-37) AE - Tiberius539 viewsTiberius, 14-37 AD. AE (3.85g). Theotimos Lykotou. ΤΙΒΕΡΙΟΣ - ΚΑΙΣΑΡ, laureate head right / ΙΕΡΑ/ΠΟΛΕΙΤΕΝ - ΘΕΟΤΕΙΜΟΣ / ΛΥΚΩΤΟΥ Apollo Citharoedus im standing right holding kithara. Black green patina. Slightly off centre. Good very fine.
2180360.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 41-54) AE 18173 viewsTime of Claudius, 41-54 AD. AE18 (7.37g, 7h). M. Sullios Antiochos, grammateus. Laureate head of Apollo right / Hexastyle temple. Good VF, black patina. Ex M&M Deutschland 11 (7 Nov. 2002), lot 94.
image01933.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 41-54) AE 20 - Claudius195 viewsClaudius, 41-54 AD. AE20 (5.87g), struck ca 50-54 AD. KΛAVΔIOΣ KAIΣAP, laureate head right / M ΣVΛΛIOΣ ANTIOXOΣ ΓPA IEPAΠOΛEITΩN, Apollo with Kithara standing right. Rare. Black patina, gVF.
00509q00.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 41-54) AE 20 – Claudius290 viewsClaudius I, 41-54 AD. AE20 (5.69g). M. Suillios Antiochos, Grammateus, 50-54. Laureate head right / Μ ΣΥΙΛΛΙΟΣ ΑΝΤΙΟΧΟΣ ΓΡΑ ΙΕΡΑΠΟΛΙΤΩΝ, God on horseback holding double axe. Dark green patina. Good very fine.
639114.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 41-54) AE 20 – Claudius113 viewsClaudius, 41-54 AD. AE (6.38g). M. Suillios Antiochos, Grammateus, ca 50-54 AD. KΛAΥΔIOΣ KAIΣAΡ, laureate head right / M ΣΥIΛΛIOΣ ANTIOXOΣ ΓΡA IEΡAΠOΛITΩN, rider right. EF.
90001050.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 50-54) AE 17 - Nero77 viewsNero, as Caesar, 50-54 AD. AE17 (6.44g, 12h). Tiberius Dionysius, magistrate. Bareheaded and draped bust right / Apollo, wearing chlamys and holding labrys, on horseback right. Good VF, brown and tan patina. From Group CEM.
00510q00.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 54-68) AE 16 – Agrippina II287 viewsAgrippina II, mother of Nero, died 59 AD. AE16 (3.89g). M. Antonios Kalos. Draped bust right / Μ ΑΝΤΩΝΙΟΣ / ΚΑΛΟΣ - ΙΕΡΑΠΟΛΕΙ/ΤΩΝ scepter of Asklepios. Rare. Black green patina. Good very fine.
image00616.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 54-68) AE 18 - Nero190 viewsNero, 54-68 AD. AE18 (6.53g). L. Helvius Optomus, magistrate. ΝΕΡΩΝ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ, draped bust right / ΙΕΡΑΠΟΛΕΙΤΩΝ [..]ΕΛΟΥΙΟΣ ΟΠΤΟΜΟΣ, filleted cornucopia, double axe to left. VF, black patina. light deposits. Ex Wagner coll.
601238.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 54-68) AE 19 - Nero296 viewsNero, 54-68 AD. AE19 (5.72g). Bare headed and draped bust right; c/m: radiate bust of Helios(?) right / The Rape of Persephone: Hades in galloping quadriga right, carrying Persephone; Eros flying above, overturned cista mystica below horses. Coin good VF, c/m Fine, brown patina with earthen highlights. Extremely rare and possibly unique. Ex Simpson Coll.

Hades fell in love with Persephone, the daughter of Demeter, and asked Zeus for permission to marry her. Zeus feared to offend his eldest brother by a downright refusal, but knew also that Demeter would not forgive him if Persephone were committed to the underworld. Zeus "therefore answered politically that he could neither give nor withhold his consent." This emboldened Hades to abduct Persephone, as she was picking flowers in a meadow, and carry her away in his horse-drawn chariot to the underworld.
hierapolis-helios38.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 54-68) AE 19 - Nero54 viewsNero, 54-68 AD. AE19 (5.60g). ΝΕΡΩΝ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ, draped bust right / ΙΕΡΑΠΟΛΕΙΤΩΝ Μ ΑΝΤΩΝΙΟΣ ΚΑΛΟΣ, Zeus standing left, holding eagle and scepter. VF. Rare.
trajephart.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 98-117) AE 29 - Trajan199 viewsTrajan, 98-117 AD. AE29 (16.50g). Laureate bust right / ΙΕΡΑΠΟ-ΛΕΙΤΩΝ, statue of Ephesian Artemis, stags on either side. Very rare. Ex Mediterranean Coins. The reverse probably denotes an alliance with Ephesos.
1850209.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 98-117) AE 29 - Trajan163 viewsTrajan, 98-117 AD. AE27 (14.52g, 1h). AV KAI NЄP TPAIANOC CЄB ΓЄP ΔAKIKOC, laureate head right / ΙЄΡΑΠΟ ΛЄΙΤΩΝ, Cybele seated left, holding patera and resting arm on drum; lion at feet. VF, brown patina with green highlights, reverse scratches.
1116941l.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 98-117) AE 31 - Trajan5 viewsTraianus, 98-117 AD. AE31 (17.18g). Struck ca 98-102 AD. NЄPBA TPAIANΩ CЄ ΓЄPMA - AV KAI ΘЄOV VΩ, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / IЄPAΠO - ΛЄITΩN, Athena with spear and shield and Hermes with purse and Kerykeion vis-à-vis. Very rare. About VF.
image01345.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 98-117) AE 32 - Trajan207 viewsTrajan, 98-117 AD. AE32 (17.46g, 12h). Laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust left / Athena, holding spear and shield, standing right, and Hermes, holding purse and caduceus, standing left. Good VF, violet and olive surfaces. Struck with dies of fine style. Rare.
123-Hierapolis-Lanz.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 100-250) AE 1727 views2nd-3rd century AD. AE17 (3.26g, 16-17mm). Draped bust of Helios right / Victory standing left. Smoothed and tooled, Nice Very fine.
701006.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 117-138) Cistophoric Tetradrachm - Hadrian183 viewsHadrian, 117-138 AD. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm (11.22g, 6h). Struck after 128 AD. Bare-headed and draped bust right / Apollo Citharoedus standing right, holding plectrum and lyre. VF, a few scratches. Overstruck on an uncertain cistophorus.
701007.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 117-138) Cistophoric Tetradrachm - Hadrian193 viewsHadrian, 117-138 AD. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm (10.82g, 7h). Struck after 128 AD. Bare-headed and draped bust right / Great God right on horseback, holding labrys over shoulder. VF. Overstruck on an uncertain cistophorus. Extremely rare and unpublished.
F125LG.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 138-161) AE 32 - Antoninus Pius150 viewsAntoninus Pius, 138-161 AD. AE32 (14.54g). Bust right / Apollo standing right with lyre, looking left. VF.
127174.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 139-161) AE 23 - Marcus Aurelius185 viewsMarcus Aurelius, as Caesar, 139-161 AD. AE23 (11.39g). Bare-headed and draped bust right / IERAPO-LEITΩN, cult statue of Artemis Ephesia. Fine, green patina, some scrapes. Ex Burstein Coll.; Lindgren Coll.
09230p00.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 177-192) AE - Commodus250 viewsHomonoia with Sardeis. Commodus, 177-192 AD. AE (25.28g). Laureate and draped bust right / City-goddesses of Hierapolis and Sardeis standing facing each other, clasping hands. Extremely rare. Green brown patina. Very fine. Ex Münz Zentrum Auc. 47 (Köln 1982), 154.
91000543.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 177-192) AE 32 - Commodus49 viewsCommodus, 177-192 AD. AE32 (17.66g, 6h). Homonoia with Ephesus. Laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust right / Apollo of Hierapolis standing right, facing cult statue of Artemis Ephesia. VF, green and brown patina. Excellent reverse. Rare. Ex Marcel Burstein Coll.
08944q00.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 177-192) AE 40 - Commodus200 viewsin Alliance mit Sardeis. Commodus, 177-192 AD. AE40 (30.74g). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / Apollo of Hierapolis standing right with Lyre; before Kore of Sardeis. Extremely rare. Green patina, small sractch, very fina. Ex. Auktion Giessener Münzhandlung 48, München 1990, Nr. 469.
202865.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 218-222) AE - Annia Faustina 100 viewsAnnia Faustina, † 221 AD. AE (8.43g). ΑΝΝΙΑ ΦΑΥΣΤΕΙΝΑ, draped bust right, wearing stephane / ΙΕΡΑΠΟΛΕΙΤΩΝ ΝΕΩKOPΩ, Tyche-Euposia standing left, holding cornucopiae and wreath (?). Very rare. Brown patina, aEF.
1740137.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 218-222) AE 22 - Elagabalus152 viewsElagabalus, 218-222 AD. AE22 (4.61g). AVK M AV ANTΩNЄINO C, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / IЄPAΠOΛITΩN NЄO/ K O/ PΩN, Mên standing left, holding pine-cone and scepter. Good VF, dark greenish-brown patina.
image01787.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 218-222) AE 24 - Annia Faustina157 viewsAnnia Faustina, † 221 AD. AE24 (5.57g). ΑΝΝΙΑ ΦΑΥΣΤΕΙΝΑ, draped bust right / ΙΕΡΑΠΟΛΕΙΤΩΝ ΝΕΩ/ [...Ο...], young God in Oriental clothing standing to left holding phiale and double axe in left. Unpublished (?). Red brown patina. Very fine.
00512q00.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 218-222) AE 30 - Elagabalus227 viewsElagabalus, 218-222 AD. AE30 (10.50g). Laureate and cuirassed bust right / ΙEΡΑ-ΠΟΛEΙΤ-ΩΝ - ΝEΩΚΟΡΩΝ, Tyche holding cornucopiae and rudder. Very rare. Dark green patina. Large flan. Almost extremely fine.
700636.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 218-222) AE 36 - Elagabalus165 viewsElagabalus, 218-222 AD. AE36 (17.60g, 6h). Homonoia with Tripolis in Lydia. [A] VT KAI M AVP ANT[WNEINOC CE]B. laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust right; 3 countermarks: A in wreath, V in circle, figure standing left, holding sceptre, in oval / IERA[POL]EIT WN NEWK[OR]WN OMO NOIA, in exergue K TRIPOLEI TWN, the two Tychiae, each holding a sceptre and clasping hands, standing vis-a-vis. Fine, brown patina, flan crack.
image02140.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 218-222) AE 38 - Elagabalus531 viewsElagabalus, 218-222 AD. AE38 (29.31g). ΑΥ Κ Μ ΑΥΡ ΑΝΤΩΝЄΙΝ[ΟC], laureate and cuirassed bust right; before, star / ΙЄΡΑΠΟΛЄ/ΙΤΩΝ ΝЄΩΚΟ/ΡΩΝ, rape of Kore-Persephone by Hades. Green patina, obverse unclear countermark, VF.
image01824~0.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 220-222) AE 24 - Aquilia Severa131 viewsAquilia Severa, Augusta, 220-222 AD. AE24 (8.15g). ΑΚΥΛ CЄΒ-ΗΡΑ CЄΒ, draped and diademed bust right / ΙЄ-ΡΑΠΟΛЄΙΤΩΝ / ΝЄΩΚΟΡ/ΩΝ, she-wolf standing left, suckling the twins Remus and Romulus. Green patina, VF.
3210305.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 222) AE 29 - Severus Alexander2 viewsSeverus Alexander, as Caesar, 222 AD. AE29 (7.45g, 6h). Bareheaded and cuirassed bust right / Tyche standing facing, head left, holding rudder and cornucopia. VF, dark green, almost black, patina.
90001053.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 244-247) AE 26 - Philip II27 viewsPhilip II, as Caesar, 244-247 AD. AE26 (10.58g, 6h). Bareheaded, draped, and cuirassed bust right / Apollo standing right, holding plectrum and cithara; laurel tree to left. Good VF, brown patina. Extremely rare. From Group CEM. Ex Aufhäuser 5 (5 Oct 1988), lot 406.
7734LG.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 244-249) AE 23 - Otacilia Severa146 viewsOtacilia Severa, wife of Philip I, 244-249 AD. AE23 (4.81g). M•ΩT•CEVHPA, draped bust right / IЄP AΠOΛЄIT ΩN, Hygieia seated left on stool, resting left arm on tympaio, feeding serpent from patera, small figure of Telesphoros to the right. Almost very fine.
1114239l.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 244-249) AE 24 - Otacilia Severa2 viewsOtacilia Severa, Augusta, 244-249 AD. AE24 (6.7g). M•ΩT•CEVHPA, diademed and draped bust right / IЄPAΠO ΛЄIT ΩN, female statue standing right within tetrastyle temple. VF.
972487l.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 244-249) AE 28 - Otacilia Severa6 viewsOtacilia Severa, Augusta, 244-249 AD. AE28 (10.43g). Homonoia with Sardeis. MAPK OTAKIΛ CЄBHPA CЄB, draped bust right / IЄPAΠOΛЄITΩN K CAPΔIANΩN NЄΩKOPΩN / OMONOIA, two prize urns inscribed with ΠYΘ(IA) and X(PYCA)N. Very rare. Pleasant dark green Patina. VF.
image00362.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 244-249) AE – Philip I205 viewsHomonoia with Ephesos. Philip I, 244 -249 AD. AE (22.80g). ΑΥ Κ Μ ΙΟΥ ΦΙΛΙΠΠΟC, draped, cuirassed and laureate bust right / ΙΕΡΑΠΟΛΕΙΤΩΝ Κ ΕΦΕCΙΩΝ ΟΜΟΝΟΙΑ, Apollo of Hierapolis with kithara and Artemis of Ephesos in between two stag. Very rare. Beautiful dark green patina, well struck. Extremely fine.
2240424.jpg
Hierapolis (AD 253-260) AE 31 - Valerian I140 viewsValerian I, 253-260 AD. AE31 (12.76g, 6h). Homonoia with Ephesus. Laureate and cuirassed bust right, wearing aegis / Serapis standing right before facing cult statue of Artemis Ephesia. Near VF, brown patina, minor roughness.
image01932.jpg
Hierapolis (Auton. AD 81-117) AE 25179 viewsImperial Times, Domitian to Trajan, 81-117 AD. AE25 (12.76g). IЄPAΠOΛЄITΩN, head of Apollo right / The Rape of Persephone: Hades in galloping quadriga right, carrying Persephone. Red brown patina. gVF.
601618.jpg
Hierapolis (Auton. AD 81-117) AE 26116 viewsCivic issue, ca 2nd century AD. AE26 (12.93g, 12h). IЄPAΠOΛЄITΩN, head of youthful Dionysos (or Apollo) right / Rape of Persephone: Hades in galloping quadriga right, carrying Persephone. Dark earthy patina, VF.
90001051.jpg
Hierapolis (Auton. AD 100-200) AE 2053 views2nd century AD. AE20 (5.66g, 6h). Draped bust of Serapis right, wearing modius / Zeus Laodiceus standing left, holding eagle and scepter. Near EF, green patina. Fine style. From Group CEM.
396453.jpg
Hierapolis (Auton. AD 100-200) AE 3093 viewsmid-2nd ventury AD. AE30 (13.18g). ΙΕΡΑΠΟΛΕΙ-ΤΩΝ, head of Dionysus with ivy-wreath right / ΕΥBΟ-CΙΑ, Euposia standing left, holding rudder and cornucopia; in the bend of the cornucopia infant Ploutos sitting left, raising right hand toward grapes hanging from mouth of cornucopia. Interesting spelling variant of "Eubosia's" name with B not P. Nice type with Ploutos on cornucopia, elegant style. Good VF.
515334.jpg
Hierapolis (Auton. AD 100-200) AE 30?101 viewsca 2nd-3rd century AD. AE (11.22g). Head of Dionysos right, wearing ivy wreath / Eubosia standing left, holding two ears of corn and cornucopiae. Very rare variant. Green patina, VF.
image00672.jpg
Hierapolis (Auton. AD 100-300) AE180 views2nd-3rd century AD. AE (23.04g). IЄPA C-VNKΛHTOC, draped and diademed bust of Senate / IЄPAΠO-ΛЄITΩN, Tyche standing facing with ears of corn and rudder. Good very fine.
731869.jpg
Hierapolis (Auton. AD 100-300) AE 18170 viewsCivic Issue, ca 2nd-3rd century AD. AE18 (9.40g). Helmeted and cuirassed bust of Athena right / ΙΕΡΑΠΟ-ΛΕΙΤΩΝ, Nemesis standing left. VF, dark green patina.
hierapolis_phrygia_BMC95var.jpg
Hierapolis (Auton. AD 100-300) AE 24180 viewsQuasi-autonomous, 2nd century AD. AE24 (7.34g). ΛAIP - BHNOC, draped and radiate bust of Apollo Lairbenos right / IEPAΠOΛEITΩN/NEΩKOPΩ/N, she-wolf standing left, suckling the twins Remus and Romulus; star above. About VF, dark green patina. Hoeft coll.

Lairbenos is a pre-Greek name of Apollo from Asia Minor. Some put it to 'labrys' = double axe, others to Hetitian 'labarnas' = master. But more possibly it is a toponymikon or ethnikon. There are several sanctuaries of Lairbenos in Phrygia with numerous votive inscriptions especially in Dionysopolis and Motela.
601239.jpg
Hierapolis (Auton. AD 100-300) AE 27195 viewsImperial Times, ca 2nd-3rd century AD. AE27 (11.32g). Diademed head of Zeus Troios right / Apollo standing right, holding lyre and plectrum. Nice VF, cleaned but with a coppery toning, superb style.
image01550.jpg
Hierapolis (Auton. AD 180-268) AE 19165 viewsImperial Times, late 2nd-early 3rd century AD. AE19 (4.69g). ΝЄΩΚΟΡΩΝ, bust Tyche with turreted headdress right / ΙЄΡΑΠΟΛЄΙΤΩΝ, Mên standing left, holding pine cone and scepter. Green patina, very fine.
88000912.jpg
Hierapolis (Auton. AD 193-211) AE 2475 viewsTime of Septimius Severus, 193-211 AD. AE24 (8.82g, 12h). Bare head of bearded Hercules right, club over shoulder / Hygieia, holding serpent and feeding bowl, standing right, vis-à-vis Aesculepius, leaning on serpent-entwined staff, standing left. EF, black-green patina with earthen overtones in devices, a couple of light scratches under patina. A fine example of this rare type. Group CEM; ex Sternberg XXI (11/1988), lot 144.
515335.jpg
Hierapolis (Auton. AD 200-270) AE82 views3rd century AD. AE (6.79g). Laureate, draped and veiled bust of Gerousia right / Hero riding right, hold double-axe. Rare. gVF.
3~4.jpg
Hierapolis (Auton. AD 200-270) AE 2435 viewsImperial Times, 3rd century AD. AE24 (7.76g, 12h). Laureate, veiled and draped bust of Boule right / Apollo on horseback right, holding labrys (double axe) over shoulder. Brown tone, VF.
127102.jpg
Hierapolis (Auton. AD 200-270) AE 28138 viewsLate 2nd-early 3rd cent AD. AE28 (10.06g). Laureate, veiled and draped bust of Boule right / IERAPO-LEITΩN, Nike advancing left, holding wreath and palm. Fine, dark green patina with earthen highlights.
2490254.jpg
Hierapolis (Auton. AD 200-270) AE 2968 views3rd century AD. AE29 (11.13g, 6h). Laureate bust of Demos right, slight drapery on far shoulder; countermark: deity standing left, holding phiale and scepter within circular incuse / Tyche standing facing, head left, holding rudder and cornucopia. VF, dark olive-green patina.
710968.jpg
Hierapolis (Auton. AD 200-270) AE 30323 views3rd century AD. AE30 (11.94g, 5h). ΔΕ-MOC, laureate bust of Demos right, slight drapery on left shoulder / IEPAΠOΛEITΩN, NEΩKOP/ΩN in two lines in exergue, river-god Chrysorrhoas reclining left on upturned urn from which water flows, holding two poppies in right hand. EF, beautiful red and green patina.
580207.jpg
Hierapolis (Auton. AD 244-249) AE101 viewsTime of Philip I, 244-249 AD. AE (10.59g). ΛΑΙΡ-ΒΗΝΟC, draped and radiate bust of Helios Apollo Lairbenos / ΙEΡΑΠΟΛEΙΤΩΝ, Apollo Kitharoedos in long robe standing right, holding lyre and and plektron. VF.
8190LG.jpg
Hierapolis (Auton. AD 244-249) AE 24164 viewsTime of Philip I, 244-249 AD. AE24 (7.52g). ΛΑΙΡ-ΒΗΝΟC, draped and radiate bust of Helios Apollo Lairbenos / NЄΩKOPΩN ΙEΡΑ ΠΟΛEΙΤΩΝ Hygieia-Kybele seated left, holding patera in outstretched right, feeding serpent, in right field Telesphoros standing facing. VF.
3220LG.jpg
Hierapolis (Auton. AD 244-249) AE 25180 viewsTime of Philip I, 244-249 AD. AE25 (7.25g). ΛΑΙΡ-ΒΗΝΟC, draped and radiate bust of Helios Apollon Lairbenos / ΙE-ΡΑΠΟ-ΛEΙ-ΤΩΝ Hygieia-Kybele seated left, holding patera in outstreched right, feeding serpent, in right field Telesphoros standing facing. Rare, very fine.
00504q00.jpg
Hierapolis (Auton. AD 244-249) AE 25219 viewsTime of Philip I. 244 -249 AD. AE25 (6.45g). ΛΑΙΡ-ΒΗΝΟC, draped and radiate bust of Helios Apollo Lairbenos right / ΙEΡΑΠΟΛ-EΙΤ-ΩΝ ΝEΩΚΟΡΟ/Ν - ΤΟ Β, male god in military uniform standing left, holding double axe in left and laurel wreath in extended right. Olive-green patina. Slightly smoothed. Good very fine.
image01931.jpg
Hierapolis (Auton. AD 244-249) AE 25144 viewsTime of Philip I, 244-249 AD. AE25 (7.83g). ΛAIPBHNOC, radiate bust of Apollo Lairbenos / IЄPAΠOΛЄITΩ/ N/ NЄΩKOP/ΩN, Lupa Romana with the twins Romulus and Remus. Nice dark green patina, VF.
00502q00.jpg
Hierapolis (Auton. AD 244-249) AE 28323 viewsTime of Philip I, 244 -249 AD. AE28 (9.11g). ΛΑΙΡ-ΒΗΝΟC, draped and radiate bust of Helios Apollo Lairbenos right. ΙEΡΑΠΟΛ-EΙΤ-ΩΝ, Hygieia-Kybele seated left holding patera feeding serpent; Telesphoros in right field. Rare. Good style. Dark olive-green patina. Good very fine.
580208.jpg
Hierapolis (BC 5) AE - Gaius 23 viewsGaius, adopted by Augustus, died 4 AD. AE (3.17g). Heras Epainetos, ca 5 BC. ΓAIOΣ, bare head of Gaius right / IEPA/ΠOΛEITΩN HΡAΣ, laurel branch. Rare. gVF.
3007LG.jpg
Hierapolis (BC 5) AE 16 - Gaius229 viewsGaius, adopted by Augustus, died 4 AD. AE16 (3.50g). Kokos Pollidos Phil(opatris), ca 5 BC. ΓAIOΣ, bare head of Gaius right. / IEPAΠOΛEITΩN KΩKOΣ, laurel branch. Rare. Nice very fine.
466563.jpg
Hierapolis (BC 10-9) AE - Fabius Maximus104 viewsFabius Maximus, Proconsul, 10/9 BC. AE (2.65g). Dryas, magistrate. ΦΑΒΙΟΣ ΜΑΞΙΜΟΣ, head of Fabius Maximus right in dotted circle / ΙΕΡΑΠΟ / ΛΕΙΤΩΝ / ΔΡΥΑΣ within wreath. Very rare, fifth known example. VF. Very rare.
73000722.jpg
Hierapolis (BC 10-9) AE 15 - Fabius Maximus212 viewsFabius Maximus. Proconsul, 10/9 BC. AE15 (3.12g, 12h). Tryphon, magistrate. ΦΑΒ[ΙΟΣ] to right, ΜΑΞΙΜ[Ο-Σ] to left, bare head right / ΙΕΡΑΠΟ / ΛΕΙΤΩΝ / ΤΡΥΦΩΝ in three lines across fields. VF, black-green patina with earthen overtones. Rare.
image00320.jpg
Hierapolis (BC 10-9) AE 15 - Fabius Maximus201 viewsFabius Maximus, Proconsul, 10/9 BC. AE15 (4.91g, 12h). Zosimos Philopatris and Charax. ΦΑΒΙΟΣ ΜΑΞΙΜΟΣ bare head right / ZΩΣΙΜΟΣ ΦΙΛΟΠΑΤΡΙΣ ΙΕΡΑΠΟΛΕΙΤΩΝ ΧΑΡΑΞ, double axe with fillet. Very rare. Beautiful dark green patina. Good very fine.
90001049.jpg
Hierapolis (BC 10-9) AE 15 - Fabius Maximus77 viewsPaullus Fabius Maximus. Proconsul of Asia, ca 10-9 BC. AE15 (3.73g, 12h). Chares Charetos and Kokos, magistrates. Bare head of Fabius Maximus right / Ethnic and magistrates’ signatures. Good VF, dark green patina. Extremely rare (possibly the third known and the only one in private hands) and in remarkable grade for the Phrygian magistrate series in the name of Fabius Maximus.
79852.jpg
Hierapolis (BC 10-9) AE 17 - Fabius Maximus29 viewsFabius Maximus, Proconsul, 10/9 BC. AE17 (3.85g, 12h). ΦΑΒΙΟΣ ΜΑΞΙΜΟΣ, head of Fabius Maximus right in dotted circle / ΙΕΡΑΠΟ / ΛΕΙΤΩΝ / ΔΡΥΑΣ within wreath. Very rare, fifth known example. VF.
2170281.jpg
Hierapolis (BC 27-AD 14) AE 17 - Augustus381 viewsAugustus, 27 BC-14 AD. AE17 (4.22g, 12h). Charopides Sostratou, magistrate. Struck circa AD 5. ΣEBA[ΣTOΣ], laureate head right / XAPOΠIΔHΣ ΣΩΣTPATOY [IEPAΠOΛI]TΩN, Apollo on horseback right, holding labrys over shoulder. Near VF, black patina, obverse slightly off-center.
image02139.jpg
Hierapolis (BC 27-AD 14) AE 19 – Augustus310 viewsAugustus, 27 BC-14 AD. AE19 (6.39g). Attalos Meilihios, ca 5 BC. ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΣ, bare head of Augustus right / ΑΤΤΑΛΟΣ ΜΕΙΛΙXΙΟΣ ΙΕΡΑΠΟΛΕΙΤΩΝ, tripod with laurel wreath. Dark green patina, gVF.
image01341.jpg
Hierapolis (BC 27-AD 14) AE 20 - Augustus416 viewsAugustus, 27 BC-14 AD. AE20 (7.38g, 12h). Bryon, son of Bryon, magistrate. Bare head right / Apollo standing right, holding plectrum and cithara. VF, black-green patina, areas of light roughness. Very rare. Ex Prideaux Coll.
171-HierapolisLanz.jpg
Hierapolis (BC 27-AD 14) AE 20 – Augustus29 viewsAugustus, 27 BC-14 AD. AE20 (3.85g, 19-20mm). Papias Apellidos, magistrate. ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΣ, laureate head right / ΠΑΠΙΑΣ ΑΠΕΛΛΙΔΟΥ ΙΕΡOΠΟΛEΙΤΩΝ, Tripod. gVF.
53530.jpg
Hierapolis (BC 27-AD 14) AE – Augustus45 viewsAugustus, 27 BC-14 AD. AE (6.25g). Papias Apellidos, magistrate, ca 5 BC. ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΣ, bare head of Augustus right / ΠΑΠΙΑΣ ΑΠΕΛΛΙΔΟΥ ΙΕΡOΠΟΛEΙΤΩΝ, tripod with flower (or laurel wreath?). VF.
   
70 coins on 1 page(s)