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Hristova & Jekov, Markianopolis Addenda II

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archivum:
There's a version of Hr-J 6.14.8.4 and Varbanov 784 that has only AYSTINIA not AYSTINIANOY (I have one, but see Doug Smith's superior example, from https://www.cointalk.com/threads/coinage-of-marcianopolis.255927/):

archivum:
Definitely not handsome, but this coin (AE29, 12.19g, mag. Quintilianus) is apparently a new variant on Hr-J 6.19.46.3-7 representing Serapis in a tetrastyle temple, this time with the value-mark E to the right of the temple:

archivum:
On inspection I think there's a Ploutos on Tyche Euposia's arm in this Auspex example as well:

https://www.forumancientcoins.com/board/index.php?topic=50821.msg389643#msg389643

Jochen:
Well possible. You have sharp eyes.

Jochen

archivum:
That's a pretty rare specimen you have; infant Ploutos is also visible though not noted on the different reverse die (also Auspex) of Pfeiffer, Markianopolis 13.

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