Asia Minor Coins - Photo Gallery

Ancient Greek and Roman coins from Asia Minor

Dorylaion (AD 79-81) AE 19 - Titus454 viewsTitus, 79-81 AD. AE19 (5.54g). Laureate bust right / Zeus seated left holding thunderbolt and scepter. Minor corrosion. Very fine.
Dorylaion (AD 81-96) AE 17 - Domitian115 viewsDomitian, 81-96 AD. AE17 (3.6g). ΔΟΜΙΤΙΑΝΟC KAICAP, laureate head right / ΔΟΡΥΛΑΕΩΝ, Poseidon standing left, holding dolphin and trident. VF.
Dorylaion (AD 126-137) AE 26 - Sabina267 viewsSabina, Augusta, 128-136/7 AD. AE26 (11.12g, 7h). Draped bust right / ΔOPYΛA-ЄΩN, Genius standing left, holding patera over altar and cornucopia. Good Fine, brown patina with tan high points. Alighieri Coll.
Dorylaion (AD 177-192) AE 28 - Commodus205 viewsCommodus, 177-192 AD. AE28 (15.45g, 6h). Bare head right / Athena standing facing, head left, holding serpent-entwined spear and grounded shield. VF, green patina, light roughness. Ex Wagner Coll.
Dorylaion (AD 193-211) AE 30 - Septimius Severus72 viewsSeptimius Severus, 193-211 AD. AE30 (15.33g). AVT Λ CЄΠTI CЄOVHPOC AVΓ, laureate head right / EΠI MENANΔPOV APX ΔOPVΛAEΩN, Zeus seated right on throne, holding sceptre; to right, eagle standing facing, head left, with wings spread. aVF.
Dorylaion (AD 238-244) AE 18 - Gordian III288 viewsGordian III, 238-244 AD. AE18 (3.29g) Draped and radiate bust right / ΔΟΡΥΛ-ΑEΩΝ, eagle with spread wings left, head right. Rare. Orichalcum patina. Surfaces lightly corroded. Very fine. Righetti Coll.
Dorylaion (AD 244-249) AE 38 - Philip I14 viewsPhilip I, 244-249 AD. AE38 / Medallion (33.24g, 6h), Timaios, archon. M IOYΛIOC ΦIΛIΠΠOC AYΓ, laureate and cuirassed bust right, gorgoneion on breastplate / EΠI TIMAIOY APX ΔOPYΛAE/ΩN, Philip I on horseback left, raising his right hand in salute. Extremely rare. Flan crack and with some corrosion, gVF.
Dorylaion (BC 3rd-2nd cent) AE 11804 views3rd-2nd century BC. AE11 (1.54g). Helmeted head of Athena right / ΔΟΡΙ(?), owl standing right, head facing, spearhead to right. Good style, dark green patina, VF/gVF. Very rare. Gutknecht coll.

The assignment at 'Dorylaion' goes back to Imhoof Blumer. H. von Aulock, Phrygien II, 63 puts the coin without explanation after Hierapolis. Bloesch, Winterthur notes a handwritten note by Imhoof Blumer that remarks of Phrygian Dorieion, which has no known coinage (neither the Winterthurer nor the available piece show a "Y" at the end of the legend, actually also "I" is possible).
Dorylaion (BC 3rd-2nd cent) AE 1120 views3rd-2nd century BC. AE11 (1.35g). Helmeted head of Athena right / ΔΟΡΙ, owl standing right, head facing, grape bunch to right. aVF. Very rare.
Dorylaion (BC 3rd-2nd cent) Obol?27 views3rd-2nd century BC. AR Obol (?) (0.99g, 12mm). Helmeted head of Athena right / ΔΟΡΙ, owl standing right, head facing, spearhead to right. aVF. Extremely rare, apparently an unpublished striking in silver.
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