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Bland Study

Dr. Bland 's List of Antoniniani Struck for Philip I and Family at the Antioch Mint

MARCVS IVLIVS PHILIPPVS was born near Damascus in about 204. He married Marcia Otacilia Severa, and their son Philip II was born in 237. Philip was Praetorian Praefect when Gordian III mysteriously died in 244 on the Sassanian campaign.  He was acclaimed Augustus, made a quick peace, and returned to Rome. He ruled benevolently, engaged in a Danubian campaign, and celebrated the 1,000th anniversary of Rome in 248. In 249 the commander in the Danubian region, Decius, was hailed as Augustus by his men. Philip marched north, but was killed in the battle of Verona in August, 249.

Antoninianus is the modern name of the silver coin introduced by Caracalla at the end of 214 (its proper ancient name is unknown). Although it weighed only about 50% more than a denarius the financially distressed government tariffed it at two denarii, which led to the disappearance of denarii about thirty years later.

The following type study was on Dr. Bland's website (http://ettuantiquities.com/Philip_1/Philip1-Bland-list.htm), which is no longer online. It is available on the Internet Archive WayBack Machine - https://web.archive.org/web/20040413081823/http://ettuantiquities.com/Philip_1/Philip1-Bland-list.htm.

See coins of Philip I for sale in the Forum Ancient Coins Shop.

See coins of the Roman mint at Antioch in the Forum Ancient Coins Shop.

In Bland Collection

RSC IV#

RIC IV#

Bland

Bland # spec. known

Bust Right/ Left

Bust Front/ Rear

Bust Cuirassed/ D & C

Obverse Legend

Reverse Legend

Reverse Type

X11472116RightRearD & CIMP IVL PHILIPPVS PIVS FEL AVG P M/
P M under bust
PAX FVNDATA CVM PERSISPax standing w/ branch
X22073210RightRearD & CIMP IVL PHILIPPVS PIVS FEL AVG /
P M under bust
SPES FELICITATIS ORBISSpes walking left
X24574323RightRearD & CIMP IVL PHILIPPVS PIVS FEL AVG /
P M under bust
VIRTVS EXERCITVSVirtus standing w/ spear
X11369494RightRearD & CIMP C M IVL PHILIPPVS P F AVG P MPAX FVNDATA CVM PERSISPax standing w/ branch
X22170564RightRearD & CIMP C M IVL PHILIPPVS P F AVG P MSPES FELICITATIS ORBISSpes walking left
X

244

71

6

64

Right

RearD & CIMP C M IVL PHILIPPVS P F AVG P MVIRTVS EXERCITVSVirtus standing w/ spear
 (A)71RightRearD & CIMP C M IVL PHILIPPVS P F AVG P MPAX AVGVSTI

Pax standing left w/ wreath & scepter

 (A)81RightRearD & CIMP C M IVL PHILIPPVS P F AVG P MVIRTVS AVG

Virtus standing right w/ spear & shield

 1813291RightFrontDrapedMARC OTACIL SEVERA AVGFECVNDITAS TEMPORVMTellus seated left
 42134109RightFrontDrapedMARC OTACIL SEVERA AVGPIETAS AVG N

Pietas stg left, holding patera, hand over child

X4(v)81(v)124RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGADVENTVS AVGGPhilip riding left
X481134LeftFrontCuirassedIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGADVENTVS AVGGPhilip riding left
X9(v)82(v) 142RightFrontCuirassedIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGAEQVITAS AVGEquity standing left
X9(v)A82(v)153RightFrontD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGAEQVITAS AVGEquity standing left
X9(v)A27(b)v1629RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGAEQVITAS AVGEquity standing left
X8(v)A82(v)1741LeftFrontCuirassedIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGAEQVITAS AVGEquity standing left
X9(v)A82(v)A1818RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGAEQVITAS AVGGEquity standing left
 88218a15LeftFrontCuirassedIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGAEQVITAS AVGGEquity standing left
X17v1915RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGAETERNITAS AVGElephant walking left
X35v83v208LeftFrontCuirassedIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGCONCORDIA AVGConcordia seated left
X34109213RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGCONCORDIA AVGGConcordia seated left
X35832210LeftFrontCuirassedIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGCONCORDIA AVGGConcordia seated left
 4184231LeftFrontD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGFELI/CITAS / IMP PLegend inside wreath
X50a84A2412RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGFIDES EXERCITVSFour standards
 (A)24a1RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGFIDES MILIT

Fides standing w/ 2 standards

 (A)75n252RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P III COS P PFelicitas standing w/ caduceus
 (A)261LeftFrontCuirassedIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P III COS II P PFelicitas standing w/ caduceus
X(A)271RightFrontCuirassedIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P IIII COS P PFelicitas standing w/ caduceus
X(A)285RightFrontD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P IIII COS P PFelicitas standing w/ caduceus
X13075A2913RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P IIII COS P PFelicitas standing w/ caduceus
X(A)3011RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P IIII COS II P PFelicitas standing w/ caduceus
X135763120LeftFrontCuirassedIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P IIII COS II P PFelicitas standing w/ caduceus

(A)324RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P IIII COS II P PPhilip veiled w/ patera

(A)337LeftFrontCuirassedIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P IIII COS II P PPhilip veiled w/ patera, altar
 147a77A341RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P V COS III P PFelicitas standing w/ caduceus
 (A)351RightFrontD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P VI COS P PFelicitas standing w/ caduceus
X155783630RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P VI COS P PFelicitas standing w/ caduceus
X15679(a)3711RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P VI COS P PPhilip sacrificing over tripod
X157(v)80(v)386RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P VI COS P PLion walking left
 (A)391LeftFrontD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P VI COS P PLion walking left
 (A)401RightFrontD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P VI COS P PLion walking right
X15780413RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P VI COS P PLion walking right
X165(A)424RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGROMAE AETERNAE

Roma seated left w/ reversed spear

X16785436LeftFrontD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGROMAE AETERNAE

Roma seated left w/ scepter

 (A)442RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGROMAE AETERNAE

Roma seated left w/ scepter at altar

X167(v)85(v)452LeftFrontD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGROMAE AETERNAE

Roma seated left w/ scepter at altar

 194107461RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGSAECVLARES AVGG COS IIIShort cippus
X199(v)471RightFrontD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGSAECVLARES NOVVMTemple of 6 columns
X19986(b)4810RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGSAECVLARES NOVVMTemple of 6 columns
X20086(a)4910LeftFrontD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGSAECVLARES NOVVMTemple of 6 columns
X(A)76A504RightRearD & CIMP PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P VI COS P PFelicitas standing w/ caduceus
 156a79(b)517RightRearD & CIMP PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P VI COS P PPhilip sacrificing over tripod
X(A)522RightRearD & CIMP PHILIPPVS AVGSAECVLARES NOVVMTemple of 6 columns
 531RightFrontDrapedM OTACIL SEVERA AVGADVENTVS AVGGPhilip riding left
 0a138544RightFrontDrapedM OTACIL SEVERA AVGAEQVETAS AVGAequitas standing left; scales
 552RightFrontDrapedM OTACIL SEVERA AVGCONCORDIA AVGGConcordia seated left
 562RightFrontDrapedM OTACIL SEVERA AVGP M TR P III COS P P

Felicitas standing w/ caduceus

 575RightFrontDrapedM OTACIL SEVERA AVGP M TR P IIII COS II P PFelicitas standing w/ caduceus
 583RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGADVENTVS AVGGPhilip riding left
 593LeftFrontCuirassedIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGADVENTVS AVGGPhilip riding left
 605RightFrontD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGAEQVITAS AVGEquity standing left
X1v240(a)v6132RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGAEQVITAS AVGEquity standing left
 624LeftFrontCuirassedIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGAEQVITAS AVGEquity standing left
X2v240(b)v6317LeftFrontD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGAEQVITAS AVGEquity standing left
X1v240(a)v645RightFrontD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGAEQVITAS AVGGEquity standing left
X1240(a)6524RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGAEQVITAS AVGGEquity standing left
 661RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGAEQVTAS AVGGEquity standing left
X5(v)246A(v)678RightFrontD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGAETERNITAS AVGGElephant walking left
X5(v)246A(v)6815RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGAETERNITAS AVGGElephant walking left
 691RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGCONCORDIA AVGConcordia seated left
 7a701LeftFrontD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGCONCORDIA AVGConcordia seated left
 711RightFrontD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGCONCORDIA AVGGConcordia seated left
X8v 241v7217RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGCONCORDIA AVGGConcordia seated left
X8241736LeftFrontCuirassedIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGCONCORDIA AVGGConcordia seated left
 744LeftFrontD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGCONCORDIA AVGGConcordia seated left
X10247(A)757RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGFELI/CITAS / IMP PLegend inside wreath
 767LeftFrontCuirassedIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGFELI/CITAS / IMP PLegend inside wreath
X11242771LeftFrontD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGFELI/CITAS / IMP PLegend inside wreath
 12248787RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGFIDES EXERCITVSFour standards
X791RightFrontD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P IIII COS P PFelicitas standing w/ caduceus
X33a2328021RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P IIII COS P PFelicitas standing w/ caduceus
 811RightFrontD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P IIII COS P PPhilip II standing left w/ altar
X35234822RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P IIII COS P PPhilip II standing left
X342338317RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P IIII COS II P PFelicitas standing w/ caduceus
 847LeftFrontCuirassedIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P IIII COS II P PFelicitas standing w/ caduceus
X34a853LeftFrontD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P IIII COS II P PFelicitas standing w/ caduceus
 861RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P IIII COS II P PPhilip II standing left w/ altar
 875LeftFrontD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P IIII COS II P PPhilip II standing left w/ altar
X884RightFrontD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P VI COS P PFelicitas standing w/ caduceus
X382358933RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P VI COS P PFelicitas standing w/ caduceus
X38v235v89vRightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGR M TR P VI COS P PFelicitas standing w/ caduceus
 39235903LeftFrontD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P VI COS P PFelicitas standing w/ caduceus
X913LeftRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P VI COS P PFelicitas standing w/ caduceus
X926RightFrontD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P VI COS P PPhilip II standing left w/ altar
X402369329RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P VI COS P PPhilip II standing left
X941RightFrontD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P VI COS P PLion walking left
 957RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P VI COS P PLion walking left
X43v239v95vRightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P VI COS P PLion walking left thunderbolt in mouth
 965LeftFrontD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P VI COS P PLion walking left
X42238979LeftFrontD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P VI COS P PLion walking right
X70243 & 2519810RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGROMAE AETERNAERoma seated left
X71243997LeftFrontCuirassedIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGROMAE AETERNAERoma seated left
 1006RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGROMAE AETERNAERoma seated left, altar
 1012LeftFrontCuirassedIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGROMAE AETERNAERoma seated left, altar
 1022LeftFrontD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGROMAE AETERNAERoma seated left, altar
X10324RightRearD & CIMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVGSAECVLARES NOVVMTemple of 6 columns
X1043RightRearD & CIMP PHILIPPVS AVGAEQVITAS AVGGEquity standing left
X38v235v1053RightRearD & CIMP PHILIPPVS AVGP M TR P VI COS P PFelicitas standing w/ caduceus
 1062RightRearD & CIMP PHILIPPVS AVGSAECVLARES NOVVMTemple of 6 columns


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