Asia Minor Coins - Photo Gallery

Ancient Greek and Roman coins from Asia Minor

Apollonia Mordiaion (AD 69-79) AE 24 - Vespasian133 viewsVespasian, 69-79 AD. AE24 (8.84g, 6h). AVTOKPATOPI KAICAP C[...]VECΠACIAN, laureate head right / ΛΠΟΛΛωNIATω-N ΛYKIωN, Zeus seated left, holding patera and scepter. Good Fine, dark brown patina, faint adjustment marks. Extremely rare - perhaps the second known of this type and the third known Flavian coin from Apollonia. Ex Sneh Coll.

Only one example of this type is recorded by von Aulock and RPC - for Titus. That coin may be from the same obverse die as the current lot, although the von Aulock/RPC specimen is in such poor condition it is difficult to verify.
Apollonia Mordiaion (AD 161-180) AE 33 - Marcus Aurelius382 viewsMarcus Aurelius, 161-180 AD. AE33 (26.76g, 7h). Laureate head right / ΑΠΟΛΛΩΝΙΑΤ-ΩΝ ΛVΚΙΩΝ ΘΡΑ ΚΟΛΩΝΩΝ, octastyle temple set on three-tiered base, eagle in pediment; within, Aurelius standing left, holding phiale and sceptre. VF, dark brown patina, orichalcum highlights, light smoothing in obverse field, natural flan pit in reverse. Rare. Ex Drewry Coll.; ex von Aulock Coll., 4991.
Apollonia Mordiaion (AD 161-180) AE 34 - Marcus Aurelius222 viewsMarcus Aurelius, 161-180 AD. AE34 (22.26g, 7h). Laureate bust right, slight drapery on far shoulder / Zeus seated left, holding patera and scepter. Near VF, dark green patina with some deposits, light roughness. Wagner Coll.
Apollonia Mordiaion (AD 164-182) AE 25 - Lucilla73 viewsLucilla, Augusta, 164-182 AD. AE25 (7.57g). ΛΟVΚΙΛΛΑ CЄBΑСΤΗ, draped bust right / ΑΠΟΛΛΩΝΙΑΤΩΝ ΛVΚΙΩΝ, Demeter seated left on throne, holding torch in each hand. Extremely rare. VF.
Apollonia Mordiaion (AD 166-177) AE 21 - Commodus128 viewsCommodus, as Caesar, 166-177 AD. AE21 (5.88g, 1h).. Draped bust right / Asklepios standing facing, head left. Near VF.
Apollonia Mordiaion (AD 198-217) AE 32 360 viewsQuasi-autonomous, struck under Caracalla, 198-217 AD. AE32 (16.52g). Homonoia between Apollonia and Ilion. AΛEΞANΔPOC KTIC AΠOΛΛΩNIA - T, head of Alexander III the Great as Herakles in lion-skin scalp right / AΠOΛΛΩN - IA.ΛY - IΛ[EΩ]N(sic!), City-goddess of Apollonia, holding cult-statue of Apollo with kithara and plektron, standing right and City-goddess of Ilion, holding cult-statue of Athena with shield and spear, standing left, both in long garment and wearing kalathos, clasping hands over girlanded and burning altar; behind left figure TΩN (for AΠOΛΛΩNIATΩN), K beneath ΛV (for ΛVKΩN); in ex. OMONOIA. Very rare, F+. Hoeft coll.

Apollonia Mordiaion (today Uluborlu) was located near Apameia Cibotus at the river Hippophoras. Its title AΠOΛΛΩNIATΩN ΛVKΩN ΘPAKΩN KOΛΩNΩN suggests that in Imperial times, Lykians and Thracians were settled in Apollonia (HN).
Apollonia Mordiaion (AD 202-205) AE 21 - Plautilla138 viewsPlautilla, Augusta, 202-205 AD. AE21 (5.27g). ΦOVΛ ΠΛA-VTIΛΛA CЄB, draped bust right / AΠOΛΛΩNI-ATΩN ΛΥ, Aphrodite standing right, gazing into mirror. Extremely rare. VF.
Apollonia Mordiaion (AD 202-205) AE 22 - Plautilla14 viewsPlautilla, Augusta, 202-205 AD. AE22 (5.37g). ΦOVΛ ΠΛAVTIΛΛA CЄB, draped bust right / AΠOΛΛΩNIATΩN ΛV, Dionysus standing left, pouring cantharus and holding thyrsus. Extremely rare. aVF.
Apollonia Mordiaion (AD 211-217) AE 32362 viewsTime of Caracalla, ca 211-217 AD. AE32 (16.55g, 5h). AΛEXANΔPOC KTICT APOΛΛΩNIA T, head of Alexander the Great of Macedon right, wearing lion skin / APOΛΛΩNIATΩN ΛV, Apollo standing left, holding laurel branch in right hand and leaning left forearm on tripod; to left at feet, raven standing left, head right. VF, green, brown, and olive patina, very minor surface roughness.
Apollonia Mordiaion (AD 244-249) AE 22 - Otacilia Severa128 viewsOtacilia Severa, 244-249 AD. AE22 (10.6g). OTAKЄIΛIA CЄOYHPA CЄB, draped bust right, set on crescent / AΠOΛΛΩNIATΩN AV, Fortuna standing left, holding rudder set on globe and cornucopia. VF.
Apollonia Mordiaion (AD 253-268) AE 34 - Gallienus126 viewsGallienus, 253-268 AD. AE34 (19.67g). AVT K Π ΛIK ΓΑΛΛΙΗΝΟC, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / AΠΟΛΛΩΝΙΑΤΩΝ AV / ΘΡΑΚΟ, river god Hippophoras reclining left, holding reed and cornucopia, resting elbow on inverted vase from which water flows. VF.
Apollonia Mordiaion (AD 253-268) AE 41 - Gallienus353 viewsGallienus, 253-268 AD. AE41 - Medallion (29.54g, 5h). Laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust right / ΑΠΟΛ-ΛΩ-ΝΙ-ΑΤ-ΩΝ ΛV ΘΡ ΚΟ, octastyle temple set on three-tiered base, eagle(?) in pediment; within, Gallienus standing left, holding phiale(?) and sceptre. VF, black-green patina with traces of brick-red. Rare. Drewry Coll.; ex Classical Numismatic Auctions X (3/1990), lot 364; Numismatic Fine Arts VI (2/1979), lot 350.
Apollonia Mordiaion (AD 253-268) AE 42 - Gallienus311 viewsGallienus, 253-268 AD. AE42 - Medallion (28.04g, 5h). Laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust right / ΑΠΟΛ-ΛΩ-ΝΙ-ΑΤ-ΩΝ ΛV ΘΡ ΚΟ, octastyle temple set on three-tiered base, eagle(?) in pediment; within, Gallienus standing left, holding phiale(?) and sceptre. Choice VF, rough brown surfaces with orichalcum highlights. Rare. Drewry Coll., purchased from Spink, 6/1983.
Apollonia Mordiaion (BC 27-14 AD) AE 17 - Augustus19 viewsAugustus, 27 BC-14 AD. AE17 (3.76g). Ioulios Biton, magistrate. ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΣ, laureate head right / ΑΠΟΛΛΩΝΙΑΤΩΝ ΙΟΥΛΙΟΣ ΒΙΤΩΝ ΕΥΕΡΓΕΤΗΣ, goddess seated left on throne, holding uncertain object. Extremely rare. aVF.
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