and , 139 A.D.
In 139, was betrothed to Antoninus Pius' daughter the Younger and was made . In 140, and were the two Roman Consuls. This was the third consulship for and the first consulship for . The indicates that had already been selected for his first consulship but that it had not yet begun - dating the coin to December 139 A.D.RS84670. Silver , 411b (S); p. 190, 4; 126; 65, 4522, VF, , portrait of young , some scratches, edge cracks, 3.006 g, maximum 17.9 mm, 180o, mint, 27 Oct - 31 Dec 139 A.D.; ANTONINVS AVG P P, laureate and bearded of right; AVRELIVS AVG , young beardless of left; ; $400.00 (€356.00)
and Annius , Caesars, 166 - 170 A.D., Tarsus,
The brothers Annius and , sons of and the Younger, were made caesars in 166 A.D. Annius died at age 7 of natural causes in on 10 September 169. His younger brother became his father's heir and later successor to his father's throne. The are obviously unrealistic - the caesars were small boys when the coin was struck. RP84085. Bronze AE 17, 5035 (17 spec.); p. 191, 166; 5993; 1456; 1018 var. (no ); -, F, turquoise , , porous, earthen deposits, 3.339 g, maximum 17.2 mm, 0o, Tarsos (Tarsus, Mersin, Turkey) mint, 166 - 170 A.D.; KOPOI CEBACTOY, draped youthful busts of Annius (on left) and , over crossed club and between them; temple with ten columns, left with right and wings open in , KOINOC KIΛIKIAC in , TAP-COY across at center, MHTPOΠ in ; ; $180.00 (€160.20)
, 7 March 161 - 17 March 180 A.D., Cyrene,
, volume IV, the latest reference, identifies the mint for this as Cyrene, a correction from Caesarea, .RP85472. Bronze provincial , IV temp 6846; 339 (Caesarea); p. 68, 183 (Caesarea); 245 var. (drapery, Caesarea), aF, , dark , scratches, earthen encrustations, 20.661 g, maximum 29.6 mm, 0o, Cyrene mint, 170 - 171 A.D.; AVTOK KAIC M AYPHA - ANWNEINOC CEB, laureate right; ∆HMAPXIK - EZOYC K∆ (tribunicia potestate 24), bearded and horned of Zeus right; very ; $145.00 (€129.05)
, 7 March 161 - 17 March 180 A.D., of
The Macedonian (community) was the political organization governing the autonomous Roman province of and responsible for issuing coinage. Member cities sent representatives to participate in the popular assembly. The held celebrations and games annually at Beroea (modern Verria) in of Alexander the Great and the Roman emperor.RB83510. Bronze AE 25, 1345; 730; /2 277; 3050 (R4) var. (Ω vice W); p. 28, 156 var. (laureate), VF, nice green , , cut on lower , 11.478 g, maximum 25.2 mm, 270o, 7 Mar 161 - 17 Mar 180 A.D.; ANTWNINOC, right; MAKE∆ONWN, thunderbolt with four wings; $140.00 (€124.60)
, 7 March 161 - 17 March 180 A.D., Magnesia ad Sipylum,
Magnesia ad Sipylum was a city of , situated about 65 km northeast of Smyrna (now ) on the river Hermus (now Gediz) at the foot of Spil Mount. Nowadays this is the location of Manisa in Turkey. It became a city of importance under the Roman dominion and, though nearly destroyed by an earthquake in the reign of , was by that emperor and flourished through the Roman Empire.
the personification of wealth is the son of , goddess of peace. GB85348. Bronze AE 15, VI 1330 (13 spec.); p. 147, 59; 262; 268; 1040; 5082; IV 406; -; -, VF, porous, die break lower left, 2.788 g, maximum 15.1 mm, 180o, Magnesia ad Sipylum (Manisa, Turkey) mint, as , c. 140 A.D.; KAI AYPHΛIOC, bare-headed, draped right, slight beard; MAΓNHTΩN XIΠYΛOY, child ( ) standing left, clad in short , which he raises in front above his waist with both , he carries fruit in its folds; $120.00 (€106.80)
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