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12 viewsGeorgia Georgia and Armenia as part of the Iranian state
Husayn, 1105-1135 H./1694-1722 AD Abbasi of oblong shape 1129 H., Tiflîs, mint and date in central cartouche. Album 2677
SpongeBob
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6 viewsPostumus. Romano-Gallic Emperor, A.D. 260-269. BI antoninianus (21 mm, 2.30 g, 1 h). Treveri, A.D. 261. IMP C POSTVMVS P F AVG, radiate, draped and cuirassed bust of Postumus right / P M TR P CO-S II P P, emperor standing facing, head left, holding globe and spear. RIC 54; Mairat 27-31; AGK 60; RSC 243aQuant.Geek
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9 viewsDivus Victorinus. Died A.D. 271. Ć antoninianus (21 mm, 2.99 g, 12 h). Colonia Agrippinensis, under Tetricus I, late A.D. 271. [DI]VO VICTORINO PIO, radiate and cuirassed bust of Victorinus right / CONSA[C]RATIO, eagle standing right on globe, head left, holding wreath in beak. Cf. RIC 85 (bust); cf. Mairat 416 (bust); AGK 1b. Brown patina with a few hard green depositsQuant.Geek
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050 Leopoldus I., (Leopoldus I. of Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1657-1705 A.D.), AR-Duarius, U-1105a, /1698, #0168 views050 Leopoldus I., (Leopoldus I. of Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1657-1705 A.D.), AR-Duarius, U-1105a, /1698, #01
avers:- LEOP•D•G•R•I•S•A•G•H•B•REX, Crowned Hungarian shield, mint-mark (K-B) on each side, border of dots.
revers:- Madonna seated facing on crescent, holding infant Jesus in her left, P - H (Patrona - Hungariae) on each side, DUARIVS/1698 (date) below, border of dots.
diameter: mm, weight: g, axis: h,
mint: Hungary, mint mark: K/B//--, P/H//DVARIVS/1698, Körmöcbánya (Kremnitz, today Slovakia: Kremnica),
date: 1698 A.D., ref: Unger-1105a, CNH-, Huszar-1499,
Q-001
quadrans
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050 Leopoldus I., (Leopoldus I. of Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1657-1705 A.D.), AR-Duarius, U-1105a, /1700, #0176 views050 Leopoldus I., (Leopoldus I. of Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1657-1705 A.D.), AR-Duarius, U-1105a, /1700, #01
avers:- + LEOP•D•G•R•I•S•A•G•H•B•REX, Crowned Hungarian shield, mint-mark (K-B) on each side, border of dots.
revers:- Madonna seated facing on crescent, holding infant Jesus in her left, P - H (Patrona - Hungariae) on each side, DUARIVS/1700 (date) below, border of dots.
diameter: mm, weight: g, axis: h,
mint: Hungary, mint mark: K/B//--, P/H//DVARIVS/1700, Körmöcbánya (Kremnitz, today Slovakia: Kremnica),
date: 1700 A.D., ref: Unger-1105a/1700, CNH-, Huszar-1499/1700,
Q-001
quadrans
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050 Leopoldus I., (Leopoldus I. of Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1657-1705 A.D.), AR-Duarius, U-1105a, /1703, #0164 views050 Leopoldus I., (Leopoldus I. of Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1657-1705 A.D.), AR-Duarius, U-1105a, /1703, #01
avers:- + LEOP•D•G•R•I•S•A•G•H•B•REX, Crowned Hungarian shield, mint-mark (K-B) on each side, border of dots.
revers:- Madonna seated facing on crescent, holding infant Jesus in her left, P - H (Patrona - Hungariae) on each side, DUARIVS /•1703• (date) below, border of dots.
diameter: mm, weight: g, axis: h,
mint: Hungary, mint mark: K/B//--, P/H//DVARIVS/•1703•, Körmöcbánya (Kremnitz, today Slovakia: Kremnica),
date: 1703 A.D., ref: Unger-1105a/1703, CNH-, Huszar-1499/1703,
Q-001
quadrans
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053p Geta (209-211 A.D.), Moesia, Markianopolis, Hristova-Jekov (2014) 06.22.01.04, AE-17, Eagle standing right, #164 views053p Geta (209-211 A.D.), Moesia, Markianopolis, Hristova-Jekov (2014) 06.22.01.04, AE-17, Eagle standing right, #1
avers: Λ;-CEΠ-ΓETAC, Bust of younger Geta, draped and cuirassed(?), bare-headed, right.
reverse: MARKIANOΠOLITΩN, Eagle with closed wings standing right on staff, head with wreath in beaks left.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 17mm, weight: g, axis: h,
mint: Moesia, Markianopolis, date: Geta as Caesar, 198-209 A.D.,
ref: a) AMNG I/1, 697 (1 Ex., Wien)
b) Varbanov (engl.) 1105 corr. (cites AMNG 697, but writes head r.)
c) Hristova/Jekov (2012) No. 6.22.1.4 (same dies)
d) not in Pfeiffer (2013)
Q-001
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15 Faustina I RIC 110519 viewsFaustina I 138-140 AD. AE Sestertius. Rome Mint. Posthumous commemorative of 141-161 AD. (24.18g, 32.58mm) Obv: DIVA FAVSTINA, Draped bust right. Rev: AETERNITAS S-C, Aeternitas standing left holding phoenix on globe and holding up skirt.
RIC 1105

Ex: Incitatus Coins, Vcoins
Paddy
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29. Eadmund.17 viewsPenny, 939-946.
Obverse: +EADMVND REX / Small cross.
Reverse: HVNSI / + + + / GE MO
Moneyer: Hunsige.
1.22 gm., 22 mm.
North #689; Seaby #1105.

Perhaps of interest on this coin is the up-side-down A instead of a V in the king's name.
Callimachus
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31-21 - ANTONINO PIO (138 - 161 D.C.)9 viewsAE AS 26 mm 11.6 gr.

Anv: "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XXII" - Busto laureado viendo a derecha.
Rev: "VOTA SOL DEC II - S C" en los campos, "COSIIII" en exergo, El Emperador togado y velado, estante a izquierda, sacrificando con Pátera en mano izq. sobre un Trípode/altar a izq., rollo de papiro en mano der. a su lado, Postrado frente al Altar un Toro.

Acuńada 158 - 159 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #1026 Pag.152 - BMCRE IV #2067 Pag.353 (Plate 50 #3) - Cohen Vol.II #1105 Pag.377
mdelvalle
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3217 CILICIA, Coropissus. Hadrian 130-31 AD Tyche standing19 viewsReference.
RPC III, 3217; SNG France 763-764; SNG Levante 584, Suppl. 153 ; SNG Pfalz -;

Issue Regnal year 13

Obv. ΚΑΙСΑΡ ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟС ΙΓ
Laureate bust of Hadrian, with paludamentum, seen from front, r.

Rev. ΚΟΡΟΠΙССΕωΝ ΚΗΤ ΜΗΤΡΟ
Tyche standing, l., resting with her r. hand on rudder and holding cornucopia in l.

9.61 gr
23 mm
6h
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33-53 - MARCO AURELIO como Cesar de Antonino Pio (139 - 161 D.C.)15 viewsFILIPOPOLIS en Tracia
(Hoy Plovdiv en Bulgaria )

AE Tetrassaria? 24 mm 8.6 gr

Anv: ”AVPHΛIOC OVHPOC KAICAP” – Busto vestido y a cabeza desnuda viendo a derecha.
Rev: ”ΦIΛIΠΠO-ΠOΛEITΩN” – Bonus Eventus desnudo estante de frente, sacrificando con Pátera sobre un Altar a sus pies a su derecha .

Acuńada: 139-161 D.C.

Referencias: RPC IV #11059 - Moushmov #5128 A - Mouchmov, Ph. #96a Pag.224 - Lindgren I #841
mdelvalle
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48-47 - CARACALLA (198 - 211 D.C.)13 viewsNICOPOLIS ad ISTRUM - Moesia Inferior
Magistrado Ovinius Tertullus

AE Tetrasarión ó Pentasarión de Oricalco?
25.0 mm 11.5 gr.

Anv: "AV·K·M·AVP·ANTONINOC" – Cab. laur. a der., vestido su hombro izq.
Rev: ”VΦA OOVTEPTVΛΛOV NIKOΠΠOC ICT"Concordia/Homonoia estante a izq. portando Pátera en der. y cornucopia en izq.

Acuńada: 197 - 217 D.C.

Referencias: Moushmov #1105, AMNG I #1527 P.402, Varbanov I #3103 P.264 (R3)
mdelvalle
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5854 EGYPT, Alexandria Hadrian Hemidrachm 132-33 AD Sarapis standing12 viewsReference.
Emmett 1105.17; RPC III, 5854; Dattari-Savio Pl. 89, 1829 (this coin).

Issue L IZ = year 17

Obv. ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙС ΤΡΑΙΑΝ - ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟС СƐΒ
Laureate draped and cuirassed bust of Hadrian, r., seen from rear.

Rev. L ΙΖ
Sarapis standing facing, head l., holding sceptre; to l., Cerberus.

10.55 gr
28 mm
12h

Note.
From the Dattari Collection.
okidoki
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96-02 - AURELIANO (270 - 275 D.C.)34 viewsAE Antoniniano 22 mm 4.0 gr.

Anv: "IMP AVRELIANVS AVG" - Busto radiado, con coraza y Paludamentum (capote militar) sobre ella, viendo a derecha.
Rev: "ORIENS AVG" - Sol radiado y desnudo, su manto sobre hombro izquierdo, avanzando hacia derecha y portando una rama de olivo en la mano de su brazo derecho extendido y un arco en la izquierda, pisa con su pié izquierdo un cautivo que levanta su mano. "XXIR" en exergo y "Γ" en campo izquierdo.

Acuńada Inicio set. 275 D.C.
Ceca: Roma (Off. 3ra.)
Rareza: C

Referencias: RIC Vol.V Parte I #64 Pag.272 - Sear RCTV (1988) #3262 - Cohen Vol.VI #159 Pag.192 - DVM #18 Pag.257 - LV.#1352 - Göbl#130 f1 - La Venera. II.1/1105
mdelvalle
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ALFOLDI 025.00217 viewsOBVERSE: IMP PROBVS P F AVG
REVERSE: CONCORD MILIT
BUST TYPE: B = radiate, cuirassed bust right
FIELD / EXERGUE MARKS: P //XXI
WEIGHT: 4.30g / AXIS: 12h / DIAMETER: 21mm
RIC: 653
ALFOLDI: 025.002 (5 ex.)
COLLECTION NO. 1105
Ex Gianni collection
Very rare variant of an otherwise popular reverse type for Siscia where Concordia is on the left and Emperor is on the right instead of the other way around as usual (i.e. Emperor on the left and Concordia on the right)
Barnaba6
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Antioch Tancred Prince of Galilee, Regent 8 viewsTancred Prince of Galilee, Regent (1100–1103; 1105–1112)
AE Follis, 1st Type, small module.
Obverse: O / ΠΕ -P O / C, Facing bust of St.Peter
Reverse: + ΚΕ ΒOH / ΘΗ TΟ ΔV / ΛΟCΟV Τ / ΑΝΚΡI ("Lord, help thy servant Tancred "), Greek legend in five lines. Cross,
Mint: Antioch
Ref: Met 49-62; Schlumberger II:6
Minted: 1100–1103; 1105–1112
jimbomar
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Antoninus Pius, RIC 928, Sestertius of AD 154-155 (Libertas)66 viewsĆ Sestertius (26.0g, Ř33mm, 7h). Rome mint. Struck AD 154-155.
Obv.: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XVIII, laureate head of Antoninus Pius right.
Rev.: LIBERTAS COS IIII (around) S C (in field), Libertas, draped, standing front, head turned right, holding pileus and extending left hand.
RIC 928; Cohen 540; BMCRE IV 1962; Strack 1105 (4 collections); Banti (I Grandi Bronzi Imperiali II-3) 226 (4 specimens)
ex Aurea Numismatica s.r.o. auct. 19
Charles S
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Artuqids of Maradin 1376-140613 viewsAl Zahir 1376-1406
2 Dirhem
Silver

Ref Mitchiner 1105
Size 15mm

-:Bacchus:-
Bacchus
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Bavaria. Otto. 3 Mark. 1912-D6 viewsMunich mint, KM996, J-47. Ruslan K
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Billion large trachy Latin ruler type A, SB 205539 viewsO: Christ, bearded and nimbate, wearing tunic and kolobion, seated upon throne without back. Holds Gospels in l. hand. Asterisk above cushion of throne to either side.
R: Half length figure of emperor wearing stemma, divitision, collar-peice and paneled loros of simplified type; holds in r. hand scepter cruciger, and in l., gl. cr.
Mint; Thessalonica
Date: 1204-24 CE
21/25mm 1.61 gm
SB 2055,DO IV pl LII, 24
wileyc
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Billion trachy small module Type G SB 205049 viewsObverse: Virgin enthroned holding nimbate head of Christ on Her breast
Reverse: Theodore and St Theodore stg, facing holding patriarchal cross between them, Emperor on l., wears stemma, divitision, a collor piece and simple panelled loros, hold labarum in r. hand and saint wears a short militar tunic and breast plate holds spear in left, resting over shoulder.
As Theodore I Lascaris of Nicaea (1208-22) first billion coinage
Mint: uncertain
Date 1204-?
sear 2050 H. 29 19-20 Type G
20/16 1gm
wileyc
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Billion trachy Theodore I Commenus-Ducus SB 216242 viewsObverse: Christ enthroned
Reverse Theodore L., and St. Demetrius .
Mint: Thessalonica
Date: 1224-1230
Sear 2162
26mm 2.4gm
wileyc
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Cr 281/1 AR Denarius M. Furius L.f. Philus 10 views121 BCE (30mm., 3.59g.)
o: M·FOVRI·L·F Laureate head of Janus
r: Roma standing l., wearing Corinthian helmet and holding sceptre, crowning trophy flanked by a carnyx and shield on each side; above her head, star. To r., ROMA and in exergue, PHLI.
Furia 18. Sydenham 529. RBW 1105. Crawford 281/1
Not a great coin overall, but obverse detail quite strong.
PMah
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EB0707 Trajan Decius / Eagle10 viewsTrajan Decius 249-251, Tetradrachm of Antioch, Seleucis.
Obverse: AVTOK K ΓAI ME KVIN ΔEKKIOC CEB, Laureate, draped, cuirassed bust right, seen from rear.
Reverse: ΔHMAPX EΞOYCIAC around, S C in exergue, Eagle with spread wings standing on palm branch, right, holding wreath in beak.
References: RPC 1609, Prieur 501 (9), McAlee 1105f.
Diameter: 28.5mm, Weight: 12.018g.
Early misspelling of Decius' name, ΔEKKIOC with two Ks instead of just one.
EB
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EB0986 Constans II / Large M5 viewsConstans II, AE Follis, Syracuse.
Obverse: [MPER CONST], crowned bust facing.
Reverse: large M, TKw-like monogram above.
References: SB 1105, DOC 177a.
Diameter: 22mm, Weight: 5.968g.
EB
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Faustina I (RIC 1105, Coin #432)16 viewsRIC 1105 (C), AE Sestertius, Rome, 141 AD.
Obv: DIVA FAVSTINA Draped bust right, hair coiled on top of head.
Rev: AETERNITAS S C Aeternitas standing left, holding phoenix on globe and holding up skirt.
Size: 32.3mm 25.50gm
MaynardGee
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Faustina Junior, Venus70 viewsAr denarius; 3.13g; 16-17mm

FAVSTINA-AVGVSTA
draped bust left

AVGVSTI PII FIL
Venus standing left holding victory and resting
hand on shield set on helmet

RIC 495b, BMC 1105, RSC 15a
wildwinds example (this coin)
arizonarobin
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hj6.26.20.129 viewsElagabalus
Marcianopolis

Obv: AVT K M AVPHΛ ANTΩNINOC, laureate head right
Rev: MAPKIANOΠOΛIT Ω N, serpent entwined staff, head to right.
17 mm, 3.10 gms

Hristova-Jekov 6.26.20.12
Charles M
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Huszár 32 var.; Toth-Kiss 11.2 var. sigla a2.1/13; Unger 33 var.; Réthy I 40 var.; Frynas H.9.10 var.; Adamovszky A48 var.; Kovács pp. 167 ff132 viewsHungary. Kálmán/Coloman the Bookish (1095-1116)

AR denar (average .46 g., 11-12.5 mm.), .50 g., 11.70 mm. max., 90°

Obv: + CALMAN RE, King's head facing.

Rev: LADLAVS RE (decaying legend), cross without wedges.

Struck in Esztergom. Struck ca. 1105 (per Gyöngyössy, whose dating has not been accepted by later catalogers and appears to be speculative). Hóman hypothesized that the chronology of Coloman’s coinage can be determined via the progressively diminishing average weights of the emissions. By this hypothesis, this emission is ranked 5/15, and was struck toward the middle of Coloman’s reign.

Huszár rarity 10, Toth-Kiss rarity 25, Unger rarity 50, Frynas rarity N. This coin is an unrecorded "very rare" variety in which there are no wedges between the arms of the cross on the reverse, as confirmed by József Géza Kiss via personal email communication on December 14, 2018.

Ladislaus/László I (1077-1095) was canonized in 1192. His name typically appeared, albeit in an increasingly decaying form, on the reverse of 12th century emissions such as this.
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Huszár 32; Toth-Kiss 11.2 sigla h1.1/51; Unger 33; Réthy I 40; Frynas H.9.10; Adamovszky A48; Kovács pp. 167 ff33 viewsHungary. Kálmán/Coloman the Bookish (1095-1116)

AR denar (average .46 g., 11-12.5 mm.), .29 g., 12.08 mm. max.

Obv: + CALMAN RE, King's head facing.

Rev: LADLAVS RE (decaying legend), cross with wedges.

Struck in Esztergom. Struck ca. 1105 (per Gyöngyössy, whose dating has not been accepted by later catalogers and appears to be speculative). Hóman hypothesized that the chronology of Coloman’s coinage can be determined via the progressively diminishing average weights of the coins. By this hypothesis, this emission is ranked 5/15, and was struck toward the middle of Coloman’s reign.

Huszár rarity 10, Toth-Kiss rarity 25, Unger rarity 50, Frynas rarity N.

Ladislaus/László I (1077-1095) was canonized in 1192. His name typically appeared, albeit in an increasingly decaying form, on the reverse of 12th century emissions such as this.
1 commentsStkp
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Huszár 33; Toth-Kiss 11.3 sigla c1.6/26; Unger 27; Réthy I 41; Frynas H.9.4; Adamovszky A46; Kovács pp. 168 ff46 viewsHungary. Kálmán/Coloman the Bookish (1095-1116)

AR denar (average .50 g., 13.5-14 mm.), .40 g., 14.19 mm. max., 0°

Obv: + CALMAN RE (with a retrograde N), four small crosses around a central point.

Rev: LADLAV RE (decaying legend), cross with wedges.

Struck in Esztergom. Struck ca. 1097-1105 (per Gyöngyössy, whose dating has not been accepted by later catalogers and appears to be speculative). Hóman hypothesized that the chronology of Coloman’s coinage can be determined via the progressively diminishing average weights of the emissions. By this hypothesis, this emission is ranked 2/15, and was struck at the beginning of Coloman’s reign.

Huszár rarity R1, Toth-Kiss rarity 50, Unger rarity 50 DM, Frynas rarity N.

Ladislaus/László I (1077-1095) was canonized in 1192. His name typically appeared, albeit in an increasingly decaying form, on the reverse of 12th century emissions such as this.
Stkp
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Huszár 34; Toth-Kiss 11.5 sigla c1.6/54; Unger 30; Réthy I 42; Frynas H.9.7; Adamovszky A49; Kovács pp. 169 ff40 viewsHungary. Kálmán/Coloman the Bookish (1095-1116)

AR denar (average .41 g., 10-11 mm.), . 39g., 10.55 mm. max.

Obv: + CAL–MAN, Three crosses with balls.

Rev: LADLAV RE (decaying legend), cross with wedges.

Struck in Esztergom. Struck ca. 1105-1116 (per Gyöngyössy, whose dating has not been accepted by later catalogers and appears to be speculative). Hóman hypothesized that the chronology of Coloman’s coinage can be determined via the progressively diminishing average weights of the emissions. By this hypothesis, this emission is ranked 11/15, and was struck at the end of Coloman’s reign.

Huszár rarity 10, Toth-Kiss rarity 20, Unger rarity 60 DM, Frynas rarity N.

Ladislaus/László I (1077-1095) was canonized in 1192. His name typically appeared, albeit in an increasingly decaying form, on the reverse of 12th century emissions such as this.
Stkp
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Huszár 35; Toth-Kiss 11.6 sigla a2.12/20; Unger 26; Réthy I 43; Frynas H.9.2; Adamovszky A50; Kovács pp. 170 ff66 viewsHungary. Kálmán/Coloman the Bookish (1095-1116)

AR denar (average: .42 g., 11-13 mm.), .43 g., 12.15 mm. max., 0°

Obv: + CA–LA–MA–RE (per Huszár, Réthy, Frynas and Adamovsky) or LA-BV-HA-RE (per Toth-Kiss and Gyöngyössy), Cross with twice-crossed arms, wedges at the ends.

Rev: + LADLISLAVS RE, cross with wedges.

Struck in Esztergom. Struck ca. 1097-1105 (per Gyöngyössy, whose dating has not been accepted by later catalogers and appears to be speculative). Hóman hypothesized that the chronology of Coloman’s coinage can be determined via the progressively diminishing average weights of the emissions. By this hypothesis, this emission is ranked 10/15, and was struck toward the end of Coloman’s reign.

Huszár rarity R1, Toth-Kiss rarity 25, Unger rarity 40, Frynas rarity N.

Ladislaus/László I (1077-1095) was canonized in 1192. His name typically appeared, albeit in an increasingly decaying form, on the reverse of 12th century emissions such as this.
1 commentsStkp
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Huszár 37; Toth-Kiss 11.7 sigla a1b1.4/74; Unger 28; Réthy I 45; Frynas H.9.5; Adamovszky A52; Kovács pp. 171 ff50 viewsHungary. Kálmán/Coloman the Bookish (1095-1116)

AR denar (average: .50 g., 12-13.5 mm.), .72 g., 12.92 mm. max.,180°

Obv:+ COLVMBANVS RE, Cross.

Rev: + LADISLAVS RE (decaying legend), cross with wedges.

Struck in Esztergom. Struck ca. 1105-1116 (per Gyöngyössy, whose dating has not been accepted by later catalogers and appears to be speculative). Hóman hypothesized that the chronology of Coloman’s coinage can be determined via the progressively diminishing average weights of the emissions. By this hypothesis, this emission is ranked 3/15, and was struck toward the beginning of Coloman’s reign.

Huszár rarity 8, Toth-Kiss rarity 20, Unger rarity 35, Frynas rarity N.

Ladislaus/László I (1077-1095) was canonized in 1192. His name typically appeared, albeit in an increasingly decaying form, on the reverse of 12th century emissions such as this.
Stkp
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Huszár 38; Toth-Kiss 11.8 sigla --/--; Unger 29; Réthy I 46; Frynas H.9.6; Adamovszky A54; Kovács pp. 172 ff35 viewsHungary. Kálmán/Coloman the Bookish (1095-1116)

AR denar (average: .44 g., 11-13.5 mm.), .51 g., 13.38 mm. max.,180°

Obv: + CA–LM–AN–RE, Cross with crossed arms, spokes between.

Rev: + LADISLAVS RE (decaying legend), cross with wedges.

Struck in Esztergom. Struck ca. 1097-1105 (per Gyöngyössy, whose dating has not been accepted by later catalogers and appears to be speculative). Hóman hypothesized that the chronology of Coloman’s coinage can be determined via the progressively diminishing average weights of the emissions. By this hypothesis, this emission is ranked 7/15, and was struck in the middle of Coloman’s reign.

Faintich speculates that the spokes/bars on this coin are cometary symbols that may represent the comet of 1114, or possibly a comet of 1097, 1106 or 1109.

Huszár rarity 10, Toth-Kiss rarity 25, Unger rarity 50, Frynas rarity N. Unrecorded sigla, as confirmed via per personal email communication with József Géza Kiss on December 25, 2018.

Ladislaus/László I (1077-1095) was canonized in 1192. His name typically appeared, albeit in an increasingly decaying form, on the reverse of 12th century emissions such as this.
Stkp
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Huszár 39; Toth-Kiss 11.9 sigla c3.3/59; Unger 32; Réthy I 47; Frynas H.9.9; Adamovszky A55; Kovács pp. 173 ff37 viewsHungary. Kálmán/Coloman the Bookish (1095-1116)

AR denar (average: .41 g., 10.5-11.5 mm.), .37 g., 11.15 mm. max.,0°

Obv: + CALMA (per Réthy) or + CALAMA (per Huszár, Frynas and Adamovszky) or retrograde + VDVNAE / + ADANVE (per Toth-Kiss, Kovács), Cross with crescents between arms.

Rev: Lines instead of a decaying legend (+ LADLAASE or + LADLAVS or + LADLAAS), cross with wedges.

Struck in Esztergom. Struck ca. 1105-1116 (per Gyöngyössy, whose dating has not been accepted by later catalogers and appears to be speculative). Hóman hypothesized that the chronology of Coloman’s coinage can be determined via the progressively diminishing average weights of the emissions. By this hypothesis, this emission is ranked 12/15, and was struck at the end of Coloman’s reign.

Huszár rarity 8, Toth-Kiss rarity 20, Unger rarity 40, Frynas rarity N.

Ladislaus/László I (1077-1095) was canonized in 1192. His name typically appeared, albeit in an increasingly decaying form, on the reverse of 12th century emissions such as this.
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Huszár 40; Toth-Kiss 11.10 sigla c1.1/41; Unger 31; Réthy I 48; Frynas H.9.8 ; Adamovszky A56 ; Kovács pp. 174 ff39 viewsHungary. Kálmán/Coloman the Bookish (1095-1116)

AR denar (average: .45 g., 10.5-11 mm.), .37 g., 10.95 mm. max., 0°

Obv: + C–AL–M–N, Cross with pellets.

Rev: + LADLA–RE (decaying legend), cross with wedges.

Struck in Esztergom. Struck ca. 1105-1116 (per Gyöngyössy, whose dating has not been accepted by later catalogers and appears to be speculative). Hóman hypothesized that the chronology of Coloman’s coinage can be determined via the progressively diminishing average weights of the emissions. By this hypothesis, this emission is ranked 6/15, and was struck toward the middle of Coloman’s reign.

Huszár rarity 9, Toth-Kiss rarity 20, Unger rarity 40, Frynas rarity N.

Ladislaus/László I (1077-1095) was canonized in 1192. His name typically appeared, albeit in an increasingly decaying form, on the reverse of 12th century emissions such as this.
Stkp
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Huszár 41 var.; Toth-Kiss 11.12 sigla a1.5/6; Unger 34 var.; Réthy I 49 var.; Frynas H.9.11 var. ; Adamovszky A57a; Kovács p. 17590 viewsHungary. Kálmán/Coloman the Bookish (1095-1116)

AR denar (average: .43 g., 10-11 mm.), .42 g., 10.71 mm. max.

Obv: + CALMAN RE, Cross between two vertical lines, pellets above and flanking, in a quadrilobe.

Rev: + LADLAVS RE or + LADLAVSE (decaying legend), cross with wedges.

Struck in Esztergom. Struck ca. 1105-1116 (per Gyöngyössy, whose dating has not been accepted by later catalogers and appears to be speculative, and who treats this emission as a variety of Huszár 41). Hóman hypothesized that the chronology of Coloman’s coinage can be determined via the progressively diminishing average weights of the emissions. By this hypothesis, this emission is ranked 12/15, and was struck toward the end of Coloman’s reign.

Huszár rarity 8, Toth-Kiss rarity 25, Unger rarity 40, Frynas rarity N. The rarity ratings pertain to the standard Huszár 41, with the cross between two horizontal lines.

Ladislaus/László I (1077-1095) was canonized in 1192. His name typically appeared, albeit in an increasingly decaying form, on the reverse of 12th century emissions such as this.
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Huszár 41; Toth-Kiss 11.11 sigla b1.2/15; Unger 34; Réthy I 49; Frynas H.9.11 ; Adamovszky A57; Kovács p. 17592 viewsHungary. Kálmán/Coloman the Bookish (1095-1116)

AR denar (average: .44 g., 10-11 mm.), .42 g., 10.71 mm. max., 180°

Obv: + CALMAN RE, Cross between two horizontal lines, pellets above and flanking, in a quadrilobe.

Rev: + LADLAVS RE or + LADLAVSE (decaying legend), cross with wedges.

Struck in Esztergom. Struck ca. 1105-1116 (per Gyöngyössy, whose dating has not been accepted by later catalogers and appears to be speculative). Hóman hypothesized that the chronology of Coloman’s coinage can be determined via the progressively diminishing average weights of the emissions. By this hypothesis, this emission is ranked 11/15, and was struck toward the end of Coloman’s reign.

Huszár rarity 8, Toth-Kiss rarity 25, Unger rarity 40, Frynas rarity N.
1 commentsStkp
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Ionia, Samos6 viewsIonia, Samos. c. 210-185 BC. AR Drachm (2.52 gm) on Plinthophoric standard. Lion scalp facing within border of dots / Forepart of ox r. ΣΑΜIΩΝ above, krater & ΠΑ monogram below. gVF. SNG Cop 1713; HGC 6 #1241. cf. SNG ANS Berry II 1105 (hemidrachm) Christian T
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Ionia, Samos7 viewsIonia, Samos. c. 210-185 BC. AR Drachm (2.85 gm) on Plinthophoric stdd. Lion scalp facing within border of dots / Forepart of ox charging right. ΣΑΜΙΩΝ above, krater and ΠAΓ monogram below. EF. SNG Cop 1713; HGC 6 #1241. cf SNG ANS Berry II 1105 (hemidrachm) Christian T
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Italian States: Norman Sicily. Roger II (1105-1154)10 viewsTravaini 243; Spahr 80; MEC Italy XIV 217-220a.

AE Follaro, fifth period. Messina mint, 1141-1142. 1.14 g., 14.24 mm. max.

Obv: bi-'l–amri 'l-malakī (= by the order of the king was minted) in Kufic script.

Rev: Cross: around margin: Was minted in Messina (Māsīnī) the year six and thirty and five hundred (in Kufic script).

Roger II was the younger son of Count Roger I. Upon the death of his elder brother, Simon, in 1105, Roger became Count of Sicily under the regency of his mother, Adelaide del Vasto. As reward for his support for Roger supported Antipope Anacletus II against Pope Innocent II, Roger was crowned by Anacletus in 1130. After the death of Anacletus, Innocent invaded Sicily in 1139 but was captured. Three days later, he recognized Roger as king.
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Italian States: Norman Sicily. Roger II (1105-1154)13 viewsTravaini 175; Spahr 53; MEC Italy XIV 162-164.

AE Follaro, second period. Messina mint, 1127?-1130?. 4.33 g., 20.73 mm. max., 180◦.

Obv: Roger standing facing, holding-scepter and globus cruciger, R/-/I I in left field.

Rev: Christ seated facing on throne.

Roger II was the younger son of Count Roger I. Upon the death of his elder brother, Simon, in 1105, Roger became Count of Sicily under the regency of his mother, Adelaide del Vasto. As reward for his support for Roger supported Antipope Anacletus II against Pope Innocent II, Roger was crowned by Anacletus in 1130. After the death of Anacletus, Innocent invaded Sicily in 1139 but was captured. Three days later, he recognized Roger as king.
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Italian States: Norman Sicily. Roger II (1105-1154)2 viewsD'Andrea-Contreras 248; Travaini 245; Spahr 79; MEC Italy III 14 221-225a.

AE Follaro. Fifth Period, Messina mint, struck 1145-1146 A.D.; .82 g., 16.18 mm. max, 180°

Obv: Star within octagon at center of cross; bi-amir (=By order) / al-malik (= of the king) / Rujjar (= Roger) / al-mu‘azzam (= the magnificent), around in Kufic script.

Rev: Ring with six arms; duriba bi-Masina sanat 540 (= struck in Messina in the year 40 and 500).
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Italian States: Norman Sicily. Roger II (Count 1105-1130; King 1130-1154)10 viewsD'Andrea-Contreras 227, Travaini 192; Spahr 77; Biaggi 1217-1222; MEC Italy XIV 180-182

AE Follaro, fourth period (initial phase), from 1129 or 1130 perhaps to 1138. most presumably Messina mint. 1.76 g., 14.14 mm. max, 90°

Obv: King seated on throne, P/O/Γ/E/P/I/O/C -- A/N/A/Σ [=Roger -- King/ANAΣ is the Greek form of the Latin Rex and the Arabic Malik]

Rev: Cross potent, IC-XC-NI-KA (=Jesus Christ Conquors) in quadrants.
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KINGS of MACEDON, Philip V, 221-179 BC. 3 views Ć22, 9.0g, 6h; Macedonian mint.
Obv.: Helmeted head of the hero Perseus right, with harpa over shoulder.
Rev.: Eagle standing left, head right, on plow, with wings spread; Φ to left, monogram below.
Reference: SNG Alpha Bank 1105; SNG München 1173; SNG Copenhagen 1255 / 17-277-35
John Anthony
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KOREA - Emperor YI UM17 viewsKOREA - Emperor YI UM (1725-1777) 1 Mun Coin (1742), Obverse: Sang P'yong T'ong Bo 常平通寶 - Reverse: KUM - 禁 Court Guard Military Unit; series number 8 八 - Cast Bronze, 25 mm. Rev: Series number at bottom. Reference: KM# 342dpaul7
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Languedoc, Comté de Toulouse, Bertrand (1105-1112)6 viewsDenier, argent, 1,28 g, 14 mm.
A/ BERTRAN COM, croix cantonnée d'un annelet en 4.
R/ TOLOSA CIVI, croix accostée de deux annelets dans le champ.
Réfs : Corpus Languedoc, L495 ; PA 3683
Gabalor
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Lydia, Philadelphia, Demos / Artemis, AE2366 viewsAE23, 4.48g
3rd century AD
obv: ΔHMOC, bust of Demos wearing Tainia right, drapery on left shoulder.
rev: ΦΛ ΦIΛAΔЄΛΦЄΩN NЄIKOPΩN, Artemis hurrying right with dog at side, holding bow left and drawing arrow from quiver

SNG Aulock 3070; SNG Leypold 1105 (same dies)

ex R&W
1 commentsareich
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Marcus Aurelius, Denarius, COS III4 viewsAR Denarius
Marcus Aurelius
Caesar: 140 - 161AD
Augustus: 161 - 180AD
Issued: December, 170 - December, 171AD
19.5 x 18.5mm
O: M ANTONINVS AVG TR P XXV; Laureate head, right.
R: COS III; Diana standing front, head left, holding arrow and bow.
Rome Mint
Aorta: B11, O47, R26, T102.
RSC 232; RIC 1306; BMC, p. 460.
edgars2010 272343467044
8/16/16 1/21/17
Nicholas Z
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Mithradates II, 121 - 91 BC14 viewsAR dr., 3,95gr, 19,5mm; Sellwood 24.14; Shore --, Sunrise --;
mint: Rhagai, axis: 12h;
obv.: bare-headed, left, w/diadem, knot and 2 ribbons; short cap like hair, mustache, medium-long beard; earring, torque; dotted border 10 to 16h; in right field composite monogram;
rev.: archer, right, on omphalos, w/bow in right hand; 4-line legend beginning left and forming square: BAΣIλEΩΣ MEΓAΛoV APΣAKoV EΠIΦANoY(Σ);

ex: Jean Elsen Auction V 69.
Schatz
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Moesia, Markianopolis, 053p Geta (209-211 A.D.), Hristova-Jekov (2014) 06.22.01.04., AE-17, MARKIANOΠOLITΩN, Eagle standing,107 viewsMoesia, Markianopolis, 053p Geta (209-211 A.D.), Hristova-Jekov (2014) 06.22.01.04., AE-17, MARKIANOΠOLITΩN, Eagle standing,
avers: Λ;-CEΠ-ΓETAC, Bust of younger Geta, draped and cuirassed(?), bare-headed, right.
reverse: MARKIANOΠOLITΩN, Eagle with closed wings standing right on staff, head with wreath in beaks left.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 17mm, weight: g, axis: h,
mint: Moesia, Markianopolis, date: Geta as Caesar, 198-209 A.D.,
ref: a) AMNG I/1, 697 (1 Ex., Wien)
b) Varbanov (engl.) 1105 corr. (cites AMNG 697, but writes head r.)
c) Hristova/Jekov (2014) No. 6.22.1.4 (same dies)
d) not in Pfeiffer (2013)
Q-001
quadrans
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Normans in Sicily: Roger II (1105-1130) Ć Follaro, Messina (Spahr-53; MEC-163; MIR-17)13 viewsObv: Roger standing with cross on shaft and orb; in field left, R / II
Rev: Christ seated on throne
SpongeBob
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Normans in Sicily: Roger II (1105-1130) Ć Follaro, Messina (Spahr-54; Travaini, Monetazione 176; MEC 14, 165)10 viewsObv: Ruggero standing facing, holding cross-tipped scepter and globus cruciger; R/II to left
Rev: Cross fourchée; IC-XC/NI-KA in quarters; triangles below letters
Quant.Geek
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Normans in Sicily: Roger II (1105-1130) Ć Follaro, Messina (Travaini-191; Spahr-78; MEC-178-9)6 viewsObv: Ruggero standing facing, holding scepter
Rev: + IC + XC + NI + KA; Circumscribed cross
SpongeBob
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Normans in Sicily: Roger II (1105-1130) Ć Follaro, Messina (Travaini-191; Spahr-78; MEC-178-9)7 viewsObv: Ruggero standing facing, holding scepter
Rev: + IC + XC + NI + KA; Circumscribed cross
Dim: 16mm, 1.32 g
Quant.Geek
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Normans in Sicily: Roger II (1105-1154) AE Doppio Follaro (Biaggi-1215; Spahr-50)22 viewsObv: Bust of Christ facing between CE and SS (in retrograde)
Rev: Roger on throne with cross; R (in retrograde) and II in right field
SpongeBob
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Postumus Double Sestertius52 viewsRIC Vb 106 Lyons; Bastien 63; Elmer 213; C 248; Sear5 11052
15.40 g, 32 mm
IMP C M CASS LAT POSTVMVS P F AVG, radiate, draped, and cuirassed bust right
P M TR P COS II P P S-C, Emperor standing left, holding globe and sceptre.
1 commentsMark Z2
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Provincial, Elaia, Aiolis, AE17, εΛΑΙΤΩΝ6 viewsAE17
Roman Provincial: Elaia, Aiolis
Julia Domna
Born: ca. 170AD - Died: 217AD
Augusta: 193 - 217AD
Issued:
17.0mm 2.68gr 6h
O: IOΥ ΔΟΜΝΑ CεΒ; Draped bust, right.
R: εΛΑ-ΙΤΩΝ; Asklepios, standing right, holding serpent-entwined staff.
Elaia, Aiolis Mint
Fine
With original tag: "ex. Numismatica XIX, Lot Nr. 572 Hollschek Slg., m2a 45,- Schu 11105."
Lindgren 331; SNG von Aulock 1617; Mionnet 215; BMC -.
Savoca Auctions Munich/Claudia Savoca 20th Blue Auction, Lot 878.
5/18/19 7/6/19
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RIC 72011 viewsvrtsprb
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ROMAN EMPIRE, Postumus Double Sestertius53 viewsRIC Vb 106 Lyons; Bastien 63; Elmer 213; C 248; Sear5 11052
15.40 g, 32 mm
IMP C M CASS LAT POSTVMVS P F AVG, radiate, draped, and cuirassed bust right
P M TR P COS II P P S-C, Emperor standing left, holding globe and sceptre.
Mark Z
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Sear 110520 viewsConstans II (641 – 668 CE) Follis, weight 4.22g, diameter 25mm. Mint of Syracuse.Abu Galyon
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Sear 1105 - Follis - 647-648 AD - Syracuse mint15 viewsEmperor: Constans II (r. 641-668 AD)
Date: 647-648 AD
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Bust facing, with dotted beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above,

Syracuse mint
DO 177a; Sear 1105
4.32g; 25.6mm; 165°
Pep
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Selinus in Cilicia, Philippus I., AE 29, Apollo136 viewsSelinus in Cilicia, Philippus I., AE 29, 244-249 AD
Obv.: AY K M IOYΛ [ΦI]ΛΠΠOC CE , Laureate, draped, cuirassed bust right (seen from behind
Rev.: TPAIANO[Π CEΛINO]YCI ΘHC [IEPAC] , Apollo standing front, patera in his right hand, rod/staff in left hand, on right side: bird (raven?) beneath
SNG France 2,686; SNG Levante 467; Lindgren I,1595; SNG Pfalz 6,1105 , (thanks to Markus for ID)

Selinus: City in Cilicia Aspera, among the principal ones on this coast and mentioned by most of the ancient geographers from Pseudo-Skylax on. It was one of the towns taken by Antiochos III in 197 B.C. (Livy 33.20), but is best known as the place where Trajan died in A.D. 117 on his way back from the East. Then it took the name of Trajanopolis (as on this), but the old one prevailed (as on this), shown by coins and other documents.

In mid-summer 117, when Trajan was returning from his Parthian campaigns, he fell ill while at Selinus in Cilicia and died on August 8. The following day his adoption of Hadrian was announced by Plotina and Attianus, the praetorian prefect who had earlier been Hadrian's guardian, with some question whether Trajan had indeed performed the act or whether it was posthumous, thanks to his widow. On August 11, which he considered his dies imperii, the army of Syria hailed its legate, Hadrian, as emperor, which made the senate's formal acceptance an almost meaningless event. This was an example of the historian Tacitus' famous dictum that an emperor could be made elsewhere than at Rome. Hadrian must then have proceeded to Selinus at once from Antioch, to catch up with Attianus, Plotina, and Matidia. He then returned to his province no later than September and stayed there at least into the new year, consolidating his administration.

Basil,of Seleucia (Vita S. Theclae, II, 17) said that the city cof Selinus, which was formerly of much importance, lost it from his time to the fifth century. Constantine Porphyrogenitus, in the tenth century, called it a small town. Today it is the little village of Selinti (near the city Gazipaşa) in the vilayet of Adana; there are ruins of a theatre, aqueduct, market-place, bath, etc. .
The coinage begins under the kingdom of Antiochos IV of Kommagene, and continues later from Trajan to Philip. A bishop of Selinos is recorded, under the metropolitan of Seleukeia. . Le Quien (Oriens christianus, II, 1019) names four bishops: Neon, present at the council of Constantinople, 381; Alypius, at Ephesus, 431; AElianus, at Chalcedon, 451; Gheon, signer of the letter of the bishops of the province to Emperor Leo, 458. The see is in the Greek "Notitiae Episcopatuum" of the Patriarchate of Antioch from the fifth to the tenth century (Vailhé in "Echos d'Orient", X, 95, 145). It was also perhaps an Armenian bishopric until the tenth century. (Alishan, Sissouan, Venice, 1899, p. 60). Eubel (Hierarchia catholica medii aevi, I, 468) names a Latin bishop in 1345.

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Arminius
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Sicilian Norman66 viewsSicilian Norman coin of around 1105-1154 AD- 13 mm
Obverse: a lions scalp
Reverse: palm tree
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Turkey84 viewsKm895a - 1 Kuru - 1971
Km835 - 5 Kurus - 1926 (AH 1340/1)
Km1165 - 5 Yeni Kuros - 2005
Km1166 - 10 Yeni Kuros - 2005
Km1168 - 50 Yeni Kuros - 2005
Km1105 - 50 bin lira - 2001
Daniel F
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Valentinianus II, AE4112 viewsAquilea mint
D N VALENT[INIANVS P F AVG], diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right
SALVS REIPUBLICAE, Victory walking left, dragging captive, christogram in field, AQ[?] at exergue
1.4 gr
Ref : Cohen # 30, Roman coins # 4167 v, LRBC # 1105
Potator II
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Vespasian-RIC-1105120 viewsAR Denarius, 3.17g
Lyon mint, 70 AD
Obv: IMP CAESAR VESPASIANVS AVG TR P; Head of Vespasian, laureate, r.
Rev: COS ITER FORT RED; Fortuna stg. l., r. hand on prow, with cornucopiae
RIC 1105 (R2). BMC p. 76 note. RSC 82. BNC 288.
Ex G&N, eBay, 22 September 2013.

At first glance this denarius would seem to be unremarkable. The Fortuna reverse is a well known common reverse type minted in Rome in 70; however, this example is from Lyon (Lugdunum) and is considerably rarer. It can be distinguished from the Rome mint examples based on style and the obverse legend. Style wise Lyon is known for its large headed portraits and neat, blocky legends. TR P (either I or II) is also recorded in the obverse legend, unlike at Rome. Many Lyon denarius types are copied from those minted in Rome and are sometimes misattributed by less diligent cataloguers.

A good coin with honest wear and a fine styled portrait.
8 commentsDavid Atherton
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Vindelici - AR quinar13 viewsVindelici lived in the area of today's Switzerland, southern Germany and western Austria
mid 1st century BC
stylized head with strands left (precursor of the Büschelquinar type)
horse left; pellet above
Kellner, Gruppe A, CCCBM II 215-216. SLM 1105
1,74g
Johny SYSEL
   
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