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AUGUSTUS
LIVA
AGRIPPA
NERO CLAUDIUS DRUSUS
GERMANICUS
AGRIPPINA I
TIBERIUS
DRUSUS
ANTONIA
CALIGULA
CLAUDIUS I
BRITANNICUS
AGRIPPINA II
NERO
GALBA
CLODIUS MACER
OTHO
VITELLIUS
VESPASIAN
DOMITILLA
TITUS
DOMITIAN
DOMITIA
JULIA TITI
NERVA
TRAJAN
PLOTINA
MARCIANA
MATIDIA
HADRIAN
SABINA
AELIUS
ANTONINUS PIUS
FAUSTINA I
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ORBIANA
MAXIMINUS I
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MAXIMUS
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GORDIAN III
TRANQUILLINA
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ERIC The Encyclopedia of Roman Imperial Coins
by Rasiel Suarez


Elagabalus 

     Augustus 218-222 

This teenager's big break came directly as a result of the revolt his grandmother, Julia Maesa, instigated against Macrinus. Claiming that Elagabalus was the son of Caracalla, (Julia Maesa was Julia Domna's sister, Caracalla's mother) the army was induced to revolt against Macrinus and restore the supposed dynasty. Macrinus was ill-prepared for the sudden revolt and still in the early stages of recovering from the heavy hand of Caracalla's rule. Finding only lukewarm support from within his own legions, Macrinus was defeated by the upstart in battle. Elagabalus and his puppeteers were able to restore peace at a local level and make their way to Rome to legitimize their claim. On arrival Elagalabus quickly became hated by imposing his Syrian religion as the official state religion and forcing all the members of the Senate to follow its rituals. Add to this the scandal of his open homosexuality and marrying, divorcing and then remarrying a Vestal Virgin which was a taboo of the highest order. He gained so many enemies, in fact, that none other than Julia Maesa herself arranged to have him murdered. 
 
Elagabalus is one of the most prolific issuers of coins in the third century. While there are few bronzes his Denarii are so common that they can often be bought for just a few dollars each. The Antoninianus introduced by Caracalla is continued by although it is still nowhere near as popular as the Denarius itself. 
 
His most sought after coins are the ones depicting the object of his obsession, the conical stone of the Sun god Elagabalus, from which the emperor gets his nickname. This stone, widely thought to be a meteorite, would be dragged around the streets of Rome in religious processions that were quite foreign to the average Roman citizen but whose worship was much more mainstream back in Elagabalusís native Syria.  

Busts: 

1) Laureate head left 
2) Laureate head right 
3) Laureate, cuirassed bust right 
4) Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right 
5) Laureate, draped bust left 
6) Laureate, draped bust right 
7) Laureate, horned, draped and cuirassed bust right 
8) Laureate, horned, draped bust right 
9) Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right 
10) Radiate, draped bust right 

 

Obverses: 

 
1) ANTONINVS FEL PIVS AVG 
2) ANTONINVS P FEL AVG 
6) IMP ANTONINVS AVG 
7) IMP ANTONINVS PIVS AVG 
8) IMP C M AVR ANTONINVS PF AVG 
9) IMP CAES ANTONINVS AVG 
10) IMP CAES M AVR ANTONINVS AVG 
11) IMP CAES M AVR ANTONINVS PF AVG 
13) IMP CAES M AVR SE ANTONINVS AVG 
14) IMP M AVR ANTONIN PIVS AVG 

 

Reverses: 

 
11) CONCORDIA  
12) CONS II PP 
15) CONSVL II 
16) CONSVL II PP 
17) COS III PP 
18) DIVI ANTONININI PII FIL 
21) FELICITAS  
23) FIDES MILITVM 
25) FORTVNA AVG 
27) FORTVNAE AVG 
29) HILARITAS AVG 
33) IVL AQVIL SEV AVG 
34) IVLIA MAESA AVG 
35) LAETITIA PVBL 
36) LIB AVG II COS II PP 
39) LIBERALITAS AVG III 
40) LIBERALITAS AVG IIII 
46) NOBILITAS 
47) PAX AVGVSTI 
49) PM TR P COS II PP 
50) PM TR P COS PP 
51) PM TR P II COS II PP 
52) PM TR P III COS III PP 
53) PM TR P IIII COS III 
54) PM TR P IIII COS III PP 
55) PM TR P V COS IIII PP 
56) PONT MAX TR P II COS II 
57) PONTIF MAX TR P 
58) PONTIF MAX TR P II COS II 
59) PONTIF MAX TR P II COS II PP 
60) PONTIF MAX TR P III COS III PP 
63) SACER DEO SOLI ELAGABAL 
64) SACERD DEI SOLIS ELAGAB 
65) SALVS ANTONINI AVG 
67) SANCT DEO SOLI  
69) SECVRITAS SAECVLI 
70) SOLI PROPVGNATOR 
72) SPES BONA 
76) TR P II PP COS II 
77) TR POT II COS II PP 
78) TRIB P COS II PP 
79) TRIB P II COS II PP 
83) VICTOR ANTONINVS AVG 
88) No legend 
 

Types: 

 
1) Abundantia standing left, pouring out cornucopia 
2) Aequitas standing left, holding scale and cornucopia
3) Annona standing left, holding grain ears over modius and rudder on globe 
4) Elagabalus advancing right, holding spear; one soldier to right, holding standard and another to left, also holding a standard 
5) Elagabalus riding horse left, holding spear 
6) Elagabalus riding horse left, raising hand and holding scepter
7) Elagabalus riding horse right, raising hand. 
8) Elagabalus riding quadriga left, being crowned by Victory 
9) Elagabalus riding quadriga left, holding branch and scepter 
10) Elagabalus riding quadriga right, holding scepter with eagle atop 
11) Elagabalus seated left, holding globe and scepter 
12) Elagabalus seated left, holding scepter, Liberalitas standing to left, holding coin counter and cornucopia, citizen on steps to lower left 
13) Elagabalus standing left, holding globe and spear. 
14) Elagabalus standing left, holding patera and club 
15) Elagabalus standing left, sacrificing over altar and holding cornucopia
16) Elagabalus standing left, sacrificing over altar and holding cornucopia, staff on either side (one with wreath atop, the other with pileus
17) Elagabalus standing left, sacrificing over altar and holding cornucopia, staff to right 
18) Elagabalus standing left, sacrificing over altar and holding cornucopia, two staffs to right (one with wreath atop, the other with pileus
19) Elagabalus standing left, sacrificing over altar and holding palm 
20) Elagabalus standing left, sacrificing over altar and holding palm; bull lying by altar 
21) Elagabalus standing left, sacrificing over altar; horn to left 
22) Elagabalus standing right, sacrificing over altar and holding palm                                                                                                              
23) Elephant standing right, star above. 
24) Fecunditas seated left, holding branch and scepter; child to either side. 
25) Felicitas standing left, holding caduceus and cornucopia
26) Felicitas standing left, holding patera and caduceus 
27) Fides seated left, holding eagle and standard; standard to left 
28) Fides standing left, holding vexillum and trophy 
29) Fides standing right, holding grain ears and fruit basket. 
30) Fides standing, facing, two standards on either side, holding one of them in each hand. 
31) Fortuna seated left, holding patera and cornucopia; wheel under chair 
32) Fortuna seated left, holding rudder on globe and cornucopia; wheel under chair 
33) Fortuna standing left, holding rudder on globe and cornucopia
34) Galley sailing right 
35) Genius standing left, sacrificing over altar and holding grain ears. 
36) Hilaritas standing left, holding patera and palm, child on either side. 
37) Jupiter seated left, holding Victory and scepter; eagle to lower left 
38) Jupiter standing left, holding thunderbolt and scepter; eagle to left, two standards to right. 
39) Jupiter standing left, holding thunderbolt and scepter; eagle to left, standard to right. 
40) Laetitia standing left, holding wreath and rudder on globe. 
41) Liberalitas standing left, holding coin counter and cornucopia 
42) Liberalitas standing left, holding coin counter and resting arm on cornucopia on vase 
43) Libertas seated left, holding pileus and scepter 
44) Libertas standing left, holding pileus and cornucopia 
45) Libertas standing left, holding pileus and scepter 
46) Mars advancing left, holding branch and trophy
47) Mars advancing right, holding spear and trophy
48) Monetae (3) holding scale and cornucopiae, coins by feet. 
49) Nobilitas standing, holding spear and Victory 
50) Pax advancing left, holding branch and scepter
51) Pietas standing left, sacrificing over altar and holding incense box. 
52) Providentia standing left with legs crossed and leaning on column, holding wand over globe and cornucopia 
53) Providentia standing left, globe to lower left 
54) Providentia standing left, holding wand over globe and cornucopia
55) Quadriga riding left, carrying stone of Elagabalus with eagle atop; star above 
56) Quadriga riding right, carrying stone of Elagabalus with eagle atop; four parasols behind. 
57) Roma seated left, holding Victory and scepter; shield below 
58) Salus standing left, feeding snake on altar and holding rudder 
59) Salus standing left, feeding snake on altar and holding rudder on globe. 
60) Salus standing right, holding and feeding snake 
61) Securitas seated right, resting head on hand and holding scepter
62) Sol advancing left, raising hand and holding whip 
63) Sol advancing right, holding thunderbolt and raising hand. 
64) Sol standing left, raising hand and holding whip. 
65) Sol standing, facing, holding whip 
66) Spes advancing left, holding flower and raising skirt. 
67) Standards (2), vexillum on either side. 
68) Standards (3), center standard with eagle atop 
69) Standards (3), center standard with eagle atop; shields on ground. 
70) Stone of Elagabalus with eagle and stars. 
71) Venus seated left, holding apple and scepter 
72) Victory advancing left, holding wreath and palm
73) Victory advancing right, holding wreath and palm
74) Victory advancing right, holding wreath
75) Victory standing left, holding opened wreath 
76) Victory standing left, holding opened wreath; shield on either side by feet 

 

Mints: 

 
1) Antioch 
2) Roma 

 
 
 
 
AU Aureus Reference(s) 
 
1) B03, O07, R13, T55 RIC IVii 61, BMC 198, C 16 
2) B03, O08, R67, T56 Exe: ELAGABAL 
3) B04, O07, R52, T09 * above RIC IVii 35, BMC 183, C 171 
4) B04, O08, R67, T56 Exe: ELAGABAL RIC IVii 143, BMC 273, C 265 
5) B04, O10, R22, T27 RIC IVii 69, BMC 10, C 34 
6) B04, O10, R59, T57 RIC IVii 26, BMC 90 
7) B04, O10, R82, T73 RIC IVii 154, BMC 39, C 288 

 
 
8) B09, O06, R31, T38 RIC IVii 90f, C 66 
9) B09, O06, R35, T40 RIC IVii 94f 
10) B09, O06, R51, T32 RIC IVii 18f, C 149 
11) B09, O06, R51, T52 RIC IVii 22f, C 146 
12) B09, O06, R61, T52 RIC IVii 129f, C 112 
13) B09, O06, R75, T25 RIC IVii 149f, C 280 
14) B09, O09, R45, T47 RIC IVii 120f, C 111 
15) B09, O09, R50, T57 RIC IVii 2f 
16) B09, O09, R65, T60 RIC IVii 137f, C 260 
17) B09, O09, R82, T73 RIC IVii 152f, C 294 
18) B09, O10, R22, T27 RIC IVii 67f, S 7847, C 31 
19) B09, O10, R45. T47 RIC IVii 122f, S 7491, C 112 
20) B09, O10, R50, T57 RIC IVii 1f, C 126 
21) B09, O10, R51, T57 RIC IVii 12f, C 139 
22) B09, O10, R65, T60 RIC IVii 138f, C 254 
23) B09, O10, R82, T73 RIC IVii 155f, C 291 
24) B10, O09, R65, T60 RIC IVii 137e, C 260 

 
 
25) B02, O04, R29, T36 RIC IVii 190a, C 55 
26) B02, O07, R53, T54 * in left field RIC IVii 42, S 7534, C 189 
27) B04, O02, R58, T46 
28) B04, O04, R12, T57 RIC IVii 165 
29) B04, O04, R15, T02 RIC IVii 166d, C 21 
30) B04, O04, R67, T56 Exe: ELAGABAL RIC IVii 195d, C 268 
31) B04, O04, R74, T26 Rev. legend as TEMPORVM . FEL .. RIC IVii 201d, C 279 
32) B04, O04, R74, T26 Rev. legend as TEMPORVM FEL .. RIC IVii 201d, C 279 
33) B04, O04, R85, T72 
34) B04, O04, R87, T19 RIC IVii 202d, C 306 
35) B04, O05, R11, T67 Exe: MILIT RIC IVii 187d, C 15 
36) B04, O05, R21, T34 Exe: TEMP RIC IVii 188d, S 7510, C 27 
37) B04, O06, R10, T35 RIC IVii 186d 
38) B04, O06, R16, T02 RIC IVii 168d, C 23 
39) B04, O06, R67, T56 RIC IVii 144 
40) B04, O06, R71, T66 RIC IVii 199d, S 7547, C 273 
41) B04, O06, R81, T71  
42) B04, O06, R85, T72 RIC IVii 162, S 7555, C 304 
43) B04, O06, R87, T19 RIC IVii 203d 
44) B04, O07, R01, T01 * in left field RIC IVii 56d, S 7501, C 1 
45) B04, O07, R53, T76 * in right field RIC IVii 45d, C 195 
46) B04, O07, R55, T19 * in left field RIC IVii 52d, S 7538, C 213 
47) B06, O04, R29, T36 RIC IVii 190b, S 7517 
48) B06, O06, R09, T03 RIC IVii 59b, C 13 
49) B06, O06, R23, T28 RIC IVii 73b, S 7512, C 38 
50) B06, O06, R31, T39 RIC IVii 91b 
51) B06, O06, R35, T40 RIC IVii 95b, S 7520 
52) B06, O06, R38, T42 RIC IVii 102b, C 79 
53) B06, O06, R44, T43 RIC IVii 115b, S 7525 
54) B06, O06, R61, T52 RIC IVii 128, C 242 
55) B06, O06, R66, T59 RIC IVii 141, S 7544, C 264 
56) B06, O06, R75, T25 RIC IVii 150b, S 7551, C 282 
57) B06, O07, R13, T62 * in left field RIC IVii 63b, C 19 
58) B06, O07, R23, T69 RIC IVii 78b, S 7514, C 44 
59) B06, O07, R27, T33 RIC IVii 82b, C 48 
60) B06, O07, R28, T33 RIC IVii 83b, S 7516 
61) B06, O07, R38, T41 RIC IVii 100 
62) B06, O07, R39, T41 * in left field RIC IVii 103, S 7522, C 86 
63) B06, O07, R40, T41 * in left field RIC IVii 104, C 88 
64) B06, O07, R43, T45 RIC IVii 107b, S 7523, C 92 
65) B06, O07, R47, T50 RIC IVii 125, S 7527 
66) B06, O07, R51, T32 RIC IVii 19b, S 7529 
67) B06, O07, R51, T50 RIC IVii 21b, C 143 
68) B06, O07, R51, T52 RIC IVii 23b, C 144 
69) B06, O07, R51, T57 RIC IVii 16b, C 142 
70) B06, O07, R51, T64 RIC IVii 17b, C 134 
71) B06, O07, R52, T37 RIC IVii 27b, S 7532 
72) B06, O07, R52, T62 * in left field RIC IVii 28b, C 153 
73) B06, O07, R53, T62 * in left field RIC IVii 40b, C 184 
74) B06, O07, R64, T22 RIC IVii 131, S 7542 
75) B06, O07, R69, T61 RIC IVii 145, S 7546 
76) B06, O07, R85, T75 * in right field RIC IVii 161b, S 7554, C 300 
77) B06, O09, R22, T27 RIC IVii 68b, C 30 
78) B06, O09, R45, T47 RIC IVii 121b, C 109 
79) B06, O09, R65, T60 RIC IVii 139, C 261 
80) B06, O09, R82, T73 RIC IVii 153b, C 293 
81) B06, O10, R22, T27 RIC IVii 71b, S 7511, C 32 
82) B06, O10, R45, T47 RIC IVii 123b, S 7526 
83) B06, O10, R50, T57 RIC IVii 3b, S 7528, C 127 
84) B06, O10, R51, T57 RIC IVii 13b, C 136 
85) B06, O10, R57, T57 RIC IVii 8b 
86) B06, O10, R65, T60 RIC IVii 140, S 7543, C 256 
87) B06, O10, R82, T73 RIC IVii 156b, C 289a 
88) B07, O07, R30, T20 * in left field RIC IVii 88, S 7518, C 62 
89) B07, O07, R53, T19 * in left field RIC IVii 46d, S 7536, C 196 
90) B07, O07, R73, T19 RIC IVii 146b, S 7549, C 276 

 
AE Sestertius Reference(s) 
 
91) B02, O12, R44, T45 RIC IVii 358, C 103 
92) B04, O12, R22, T27 Exe: SC RIC IVii 345, C 35 
93) B04, O12, R51, T12 Exe: LIBERAL AVG / SC RIC IVii 290, C 76 
94) B04, O12, R84, T73 RIC IVii 377 
95) B06, O12, R52, T09 Exe: SC RIC IVii 311, C 176 

 
 
96) B09, O03, R86, T57 Exe: SC Curtis Clay collection 
97) B09, O12, R84, T73 RIC IVii 301, C 159 

 
AE As 
 
98) B04, O12, R47, T50 
99) B04, O12, R52, T11 Exe: SC RIC IVii 306, C 169  

 

Elagabalus Busts 

Elagabalus Types