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Mysia_Kyzikos_edited.jpg
61 viewsMYSIA, Kyzikos. Circa 525-475 BC. AR Diobol (0.63 gm; 12 x 10 mm). Forepart of boar left; tunny fish to right / Head of roaring lion left within incuse square. Von Fritze Group II, 9, pl. V, 10-11; SNG France 361-87.1 commentspaul1888
Trajan_SNG_Cop_32.jpg
14 Trajan AE18 of Mysia, Attaea9 viewsTRAJAN,
Mysia, Attaea, AE18
AV TRAIANOC KAI, laureate bust right / ATTAIATWN, draped bust of Senate right.
BMC 5; SNG Copenhagen 32; Von Fritze 373.
RI0127
Sosius
Geta_Mysia_Parium.jpg
26 Geta8 viewsGeta
AE of Mysia, Parium
198-209 A.D.

SEP GETAS CAI, bust r. / C G I H, PA in ex., colonist plowing

SNG AUL 1341(1), BMC 12 S106,110

This was my first Geta. Not pretty, but I sure did think it was at the time!
Sosius
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Gordian III, Miletopolis AE2056 views
Gordian III, 238 - 244. Miletopolis, Mysia.
Α Κ Μ ΑΝΤ ΓΟΡ∆ΙΑΝΟC, LDC-R
MEIΛHTΟ - ΠΟΛΕΙΤΩΝ, basket with 3 ears of grain.
axis 12, 4.1 g.
RPC VII 1. 91
1 commentsPekka K
senate_roma6.jpg
MYSIA, PERGAMON (SEMI-AUTONOMOUS)3 views1st - 2nd Cent. AD
15.5 mm, 2.41 g
O: Draped bust of the Senate right
R: Turreted bust of Roma right; monogram before
laney
senate_roma_8.jpg
MYSIA, PERGAMON (SEMI-AUTONOMOUS)1 views1st - 2nd Cent. AD
15 mm, 3.08 g
O: Draped bust of the Senate right
R: Turreted bust of Roma right;
laney
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#Mysia, Germe, Conventus of Cyzicus. Pseudo-autonomous AE20 33 viewsBetween 138 and 192 AD.
Obverse: ΙΕΡΑ Σ ΥΝΚΗ[ΤΟΣ], draped bust of the Senate (youthful), r.
Reverse: [ΓΕΡ]Μ ΗΝΩΝ, Nude Heracles standing, facing, head, l., resting arm on club, holding lion-skin
BMC 16 S80,6(1); Lindgren III, Addendum A 726A
ancientone
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#Mysia, Germe. Pseudo-autonomus Æ1543 viewsMysia, Germe, Pseudo-autonomus 15. Time of the Antonines. IERA SUNKLHTOC. Youthful, draped bust of the Roman Senate right / GERMH-NEN, laureate & draped bust of Apollo right, spray of laurel before. Sear 5016. ancientone
commodus_parium_1res.jpg
(0177) COMMODUS--PARIUM33 views177 - 192 AD
AE 25 mm; 6.8 g
O: IMP CAI M AV COM[ODVS] Bust of Commodus right, laureate and wearing paludamentum
R: CGIHP Capricorn right, cornucopia on back, (holding globe between forehooves?)
Mysia, Parium (Parion); cf SNG von Aulock 7441; cf BMC 103
laney
AUGUSTUS_OXEN1.jpg
(02) AUGUSTUS53 views27 BC - 14 AD
AE 19mm 3.24.g
O: HEAD R
R: TWO FOUNDERS PLOWING WITH TWO OXEN
MACEDON, PHILIPPI OR MYSIA, PARIUM
laney
AUG_OXEN_RES.jpg
(02) AUGUSTUS20 views27 BC - 14 AD
AE 17.5 mm max. 4.62 g
O: HEAD R, AVG BEHIND
R: TWO FOUNDERS PLOWING WITH TWO OXEN
MACEDON, PHILIPPI OR MYSIA, PARIUM
laney
Parion,_Mysia,_AR10mm_Tetrobol_(2_5g)__c_480_BC_.jpg
*ACC* Parion, Mysia, AR10mm Tetrobol (2.5g). c 480 BC.64 viewsParion, Mysia, AR10mm Tetrobol (2.5g). c 480 BC.
Facing gorgon head, with tongue protruding ./
Incuse square containing cruciform pattern with pellet at center.
1010
Antonio Protti
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002d. Julia and Livia, Pergamon, Mysia42 viewsBronze AE 18, RPC I 2359, SNG Cop 467, aF, weight 3.903 g, maximum diameter 18.3 mm, die axis 0o, Pergamon mint, obverse ΛIBIAN HPAN CAPINOΣ, draped bust of Livia right; reverse IOYΛIAN AΦPO∆ITHN, draped bust of Julia right; ex Forum, ex Malter Galleries

Julia was Augustus' only natural child, the daughter of his second wife Scribonia. She was born the same day that Octavian divorced Scribonia, to marry Livia.

Julia's tragic destiny was to serve as a pawn in her father's dynastic plans. At age two, she was betrothed to Mark Antony's ten-year-old son, but the fathers' hostility ended the engagement. At age 14, she was married to her cousin but he died two years later. In 21 B.C., Julia married Agrippa, nearly 25 years her elder, Augustus' most trusted general and friend. Augustus had been advised, "You have made him so great that he must either become your son-in-law or be slain." Agrippa died suddenly in 12 B.C. and Julia was married in 11 B.C. to Tiberius.

During her marriages to Agrippa and Tiberius Julia took lovers. In 2 B.C., Julia was arrested for adultery and treason. Augustus declared her marriage null and void. He also asserted in public that she had been plotting against his own life. Reluctant to execute her, Augustus had her exiled, with no men in sight, forbidden even to drink wine. Scribonia, Julia's mother, accompanied her into exile. Five years later, she was allowed to move to Rhegium but Augustus never forgave her. When Tiberius became emperor, he cut off her allowance and put her in solitary confinement in one room in her house. Within months she died from malnutrition.
ecoli
MYSIA,_Kyzikos,_002_Augustus_(27_BC-14_AD),AE-16_Bare_head_right_K-Y-Z-I,Torch_within_wreath,_RPC-I-2244,_BMC-210__Q-001_1h_15-16mm_2,59ga-s.jpg
002p Augustus (63 B.C.-14 A.D.), Mysia, Kyzikos, RPC I 2244, AE-16, K-Y/Z-I, Torch, all within wreath, Rare ! 124 views002p Augustus (63 B.C.-14 A.D.), Mysia, Kyzikos, RPC I 2244, AE-16, K-Y/Z-I, Torch, all within wreath, Rare !
avers:- No legend, bare head right, border of dots.
revers:- K-Y Z-I in two lines to left and right of torch, all within wreath of corn-ears.
exe: K-Y/Z-I//--, diameter: 15-16mm, weight: 2,59g, axis: 1h,
mint: Mysia, Kyzikos, 002 Augustus, date: 63 B.C.-14 A.D., ref: RPC I 2244, SNG Tbingen 2277, BMC 210, SNG France 621, SNG von Aulock 7368,
Q-001
quadrans
002_Augustus,__RPC__AD,_Q-001,_6h,_16,2-17,0mm,_3,44g-s.jpg
002p Augustus (63 B.C.-14 A.D.), Mysia, Lampsakos, RPC I 2278, Bust of Senate right, Rare! #1123 views002p Augustus (63 B.C.-14 A.D.), Mysia, Lampsakos, RPC I 2278, Bust of Senate right, Rare! #1
avers: CЄBACTOY ΛAMΨAKH (retrograde), Laureate head of Augustus right.
reverse: CYNKΛHTOC IЄPA(retrograde), Bare-headed, draped bust of the Senate right.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 16,2-17,0mm, weight: 3,44g, axes: 6h,
mint: Mysia, Lampsakos, date: c.17 B.C., ref: RPC I 2278; McClean 7640; Paris 799-801., Rare!
Q-001
quadrans
RPC_I_2364_Plautius_Silvanus_y_Augusto_MYSIA_PERGAMON.jpg
01-75 - Pergamo - Misia - AUGUSTO (27 A.C. - 14 D.C.)13 viewsAE19 19 mm 5.7 gr.
M. Plautius Silvanus procnsul y Magistrado de Demophon.

Anv: "ΣΙΛΒΑΝΟΝ ΠΕΡΓΑΜΗΝΟΙ" - el Proconsul M. Plautius Silvanus vistiendo toga estante de frente, portando ptera y siendo coronado por una figura masculina vestida con coraza.
Rev: "ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΝ ΔΗΜΟΦΩΝ" - Templo con cuatro columnas con una estatua de Augusto.

Acuada 04 - 06 D.C.
Ceca: Pergamo - Misia

Referencias: RPC I #2364 Pag.403 - SNG BN Paris #2016 - Voegtli, FvP #337 Pag.30 - BMC #242-5 Pag.139
mdelvalle
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041bp Commodus (166-180 A.D. as Caesar, 180-192 A.D. as Augustus), Mysia, Pergamon, Weisser 1110, Diodorus, strategus, EΠI CTRΑ-ΔIOΔOPΩV_ΠEPΓAMH/ΝΩN, Asclepius seated left, 64 views041bp Commodus (166-180 A.D. as Caesar, 180-192 A.D. as Augustus), Mysia, Pergamon, Weisser 1110, Diodorus, strategus, Asia: Conventus of Pergamum; Mysia, EΠI-CTRΑ-ΔIOΔOPΩV_ΠEPΓAMH/ΝΩN, Asclepius seated left, holding patera feeding serpent,
avers:- AV-KA-AVP-ΚΟMOΔOC, Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right.
revers:- EΠI-CTRΑ-ΔIOΔOPΩV_ΠEPΓAMH/ΝΩN, Asclepius seated, left, feeding serpent from patera, holding staff.
exe: -/-//--, diameter: 30mm, weight: 11,24g, axis: 6h,
mint: Pergamum; Asia: Conventus of Pergamum; Mysia, date: 182-184 A.D., ref: Weisser 1110,
Q-001
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483_P_Hadrian_.jpg
0500 MYSIA, Hadrianeia. AE 15 Pseudo-autonomous under Pius Ram11 viewsReference.
SNG Munich 4; RPC IV temp. 499/500; SNG von Aulock 1127; SNG France -; SNG Copenhagen -.

Obv:
Bare head and draped bust of Hermes right, with caduceus over shoulder.

Rev: ΑΔΡΙΑΝЄΩΝ.
Ram standing right.

2.18 gr.
15 mm.
okidoki
088p_Valerian-I_(253-260_A_D_),_Mysia,_Kyzikos,_AE-25,_Burning_altar,Q-001_7h_25mm_7,68g-s.jpg
088p Valerian I. (253-260 A.D.), Mysia, Kyzikos, SNG France 858, AE-25, -/-//NEΩKOΡ, Burning altar, #1166 views088p Valerian I. (253-260 A.D.), Mysia, Kyzikos, SNG France 858, AE-25, -/-//NEΩKOΡ, Burning altar, #1
avers: AVK ΛIK Λ VAΛEPIANOC, Laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust right .
reverse: CTΡACΩ CTΡATΩY KYZIKEΩN NΩN (retrograde), NEΩKOΡ in ex. Burning altar between two serpent-entwined, burning torches. CΩCTΡATΩY (magistrate).
exergue: -/-//NEΩKOΡ, diameter: 25,0mm, weight: 7,68g, axis: 7h,
mint: Mysia, Kyzikos, date: 253-260 A.D., ref:SNG France 858, CNG e-Auction #68, closed 9 July, 2003, cf. SNG von Aulock 1286 (no altar); cf. SNG Copenhagen (same).
Q-001
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Templo_4_columnas.jpg
1-1-1 - AUGUSTO (27 A.C. – 14 D.C.)54 views MYSIA Pergamun
Procnsul PLAUTIUS SILVANUS

AE 19 mm 5.7 gr

Anv: ΣIΛBANON ΠEPΓAMHNOI Silvanus vestido con toga siendo coronado por una figura masculina vistiendo ropas militares y coraza.
Rev: ΣEBAΣTON (sobre el templo) ΔHMOΦΩN (debajo) Estatua de Augustus dentro de un Templo (tetrstilo)con 4 columnas y 3 escalones.

Acuada: aproximadamente 1 D.C.

Referencias: RPC #2364 SNG France #2016-21
mdelvalle
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102c. Marciana 9 views Mysia, Parium. Trajan. A.D. 98-117. AE 18. Rare.
Mysia, Parium. Trajan. A.D. 98-117. AE 18 (18.12 mm, 3.86 g, 7 h). TRAIANVS AVG, laureate head of Trajan right / PLOTINA ET MARCIANA AVG, confronted busts of Marciana and Plotina, both diademed and draped. Weber 5151; SNG France 1468. Fine, areas of original encrustation - "as found" - free of the C/M usually seen . Rare.
ecoli
784P_Hadrian_RPC1322.jpg
1322 Hadrian, Cistophorus MYSIA Pergamum mint Legionary eagle between standards21 viewsReference.
RPC III, 1322; Metcalf 1; RIC II 517

Obv. HADRIANVS AVGVSTVS P P
Bare head, draped bust right

Rev. COS III
Legionary eagle between standards with Vexillum

10.21 gr
28 mm
12h
1 commentsokidoki
1286_P_Hadrian_RPC1323.jpg
1323 Hadrian, Cistophorus MYSIA Pergamum mint, bundle of six grain stalks7 viewsReference.
RPC III, 1323; Metcalf 2; RIC 518; C. 440

Obv. HADRIANVS AVGVSTVS P P
Bare head, draped bust right, seen from

Rev. COS III
Bundle of six grain stalks

10.96 gr
28 mm
12h
okidoki
1125_P_Hadrian_RPC1324.jpg
1324 Hadrian, Cistophorus MYSIA Pergamum mint Asclepius standing22 viewsReference.
RPC III, 1324; Metcalf 3

Obv. HADRIANVS AVGVSTVS P P
Bare head, draped bust right, wearing paludamentum


Rev. COS III
Asclepius standing l. holding serpent-wreathed rod on ground in r., l. arm at side

10.64 gr
28 mm
6h
2 commentsokidoki
522_P_Hadrian_RPC1499.jpg
1499 MYSIA. Cyzicus. Hadrian Ae 19 Vase.9 viewsReference. Extremely rare
RPC 3, 1499.1; SNG France 647 = Waddington 729

http://rpc.ashmus.ox.ac.uk/coins/3/1499/2/

Obv: ΚΑΙ СΕΒ ΤΡΑΙΑΝΟΥ ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟΥ.
Laureate and cuirassed bust left.

Rev: K - Y / Z - I (retrograde).
Vase.

2.74 gr
19 mm
6h
okidoki
1067_P_Hadrian_RPC1505.JPG
1505 MYSIA. Cyzicus. Hadrian Emperor on horse8 viewsReference.
RPC III, 1505/6; SNG France 643; BMC -; SNG Cop. -; SNG v. Aulock 7369 var

Obv. ΑΥΤΟΚΡ ΚΑΙСΑΡΑ ΤΡΑΙΑΝ ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟΝ
Laureate and cuirassed bust of Hadrian, r., with drapery on l. shoulder

Rev. ΚΥ/ΖΙ
Emperor in military dress with r. hand raised, on horse r.

17.04 gr
30 mm
6h

Note.
ex Mnzzentrum, Auktion 59, 1986, Los 1066
okidoki
775_P_Hadrian_RPC1507.JPG
1507 MYSIA. Cyzicus. Hadrian Ae 19 Cyzicus bust12 viewsReference.
RPC III, 1507; Lindgren III A241b

Obv. ΑΥΤΟΚΡΑ ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟΝ
Laureate and cuirassed bust of Hadrian, r., with drapery on l. shoulder

Rev. ΚΥ/ΖΙ
Diademed head of Cyzicus, right

5.08 gr
19 mm
6h
okidoki
817_P_Sabina_RPC1525.JPG
1525 MYSIA, Cyzicus. Sabina Ae 27 Demeter21 viewsReference.
RPC III, 1525; Berlin 17747

Obv. СΑΒΕΙΝΑ СΕΒ ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟΥ СΕΒ
Draped bust of Sabina, r., with hair coiled and piled on top of head above double stephane

Rev. ΚΥΖΙΚΗΝΩΝ
Demeter holding a torch in each hand in quadriga, right

13.42 gr
27 mm
6h
1 commentsokidoki
628_P_Sabina.jpg
1527A MYSIA, Cyzicus. Sabina 128-37 AD Ae.18 Kyzicos standing.14 viewsReference.
RPC III -; SNG von Aulock -; SNG Copenhagen -; BMC -; apparently unpublished.

http://rpc.ashmus.ox.ac.uk/coins/3/1527A/

Obv. CABINA CЄBACTH.
Draped bust of Sabina, r., with hair coiled and piled on top of head above double stephane

Rev. K - Y / Z - I.
Hero Kyzicos naked but a chlamys on l. shoulder, standing l., resting on sceptre with his r. hand, l. hand on his hip

4.42 gr
18 mm
12h
okidoki
846_P_Hadrian_RPC1541.JPG
1541 MYSIA, Parium Hadrian Ae 20 Capricorn10 viewsreference.
RPC III, 1541;
Issue Coins with ethnic (CGIP, then CGIHP)

Obv. IMP CAES TRAIAN HADRIAN AVG
Laureate and cuirassed bust of Hadrian, r., with paludamentum

Rev. COS III C G I P TRIB P
Capricorn with cornucopia, right

3.27 gr
20 mm
12h
okidoki
804_P_Hadrian_RPC1542.jpg
1542 MYSIA, Parium Hadrian Ae 17 Oxen8 viewsReference
RPC III, 1542; C SNG 4203; Lindgren A273A

Issue Coins with ethnic (CGIP, then CGIHP)

Obv. HADRIANVS AVG P P
Laureate head of Hadrian, left.

Rev. C G I H P
Founder ploughing with two oxen, right

4.69 gr
17 mm
6h
okidoki
1188_P_Hadrian_RPC--.jpg
1550B MYSIA. Lampsacus Hadrian, Priapus standing12 viewscf RPC III, -- 1550 Trajan; same SNG France 1272; BMC Mysia -, SNG BnF -, SNG Cop

Obv. AΔIANOC KAICAP
Laureate and cuirassed bust of Hadrian right

Rev. ΛΑΜΨΑΚΗΝωΝ
ithyphallic Priapus standing left, right hand raised, left hand on hip

1.55 gr
15 mm
6h

Note.
Priapus or Priapos was a minor rustic fertility god, protector of livestock, fruit plants, gardens and male genitalia. Priapus is marked by his absurdly oversized permanent erection, which gave rise to the medical term priapism. He became a popular figure in Roman erotic art and Latin literature, and is the subject of the often humorously obscene collection of verse called the Priapeia. Statues of Priapus were sometimes placed on boundaries and hung with signs which threatened sexual assault on trespassers.
FORVM coin
okidoki
542_P_Hadrian_RPC1604.JPG
1604 MYSIA, Hadriani ad Olympum Ae 21 Artemis standing10 viewsReference.
RPC 3, 1604; von Fritze 503-4; Wa 829 = SNG 1060 = von Fritze 503/1

Obv. ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙ ΤΡΑΙ ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟС
laureate head of Hadrian, right.

Rev. ΑΔΡΙΑΝΩΝ
Artemis advancing r., drawing arrow from quiver with r. hand, holding bow in l.; at her feet, dog running, right

4.7 gr
21 mm
okidoki
1265_P_Hadrian_RPC1617.jpg
1617 MYSIA, Hadriani ad Olympum Hadrian, Asclepius standing12 viewsReference.
RPC III, 1617; von Fritze 511/2

Obv. AΥT KΑΙ ΤΡΑΙΑN ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟС CЄB.
Laureate, draped bust right with paludamentum, seen from rear.

Rev. ΑΔΡΙΑΝΩΝ ΠΡΟC ΟΛVΝΠΩ.
Asclepius standing facing, head left, leaning upon serpent-entwined staff.

21.07 gr
31 mm
6h
1 commentsokidoki
886_P_Sabina_RPC--.JPG
1618A MYSIA, Hadriani ad Olympum Sabina, Athena standing18 viewsReference
RPC --; Von Fritze -- RPC III, 1618A

Obv. СΑΒΕΙΝΑ СΕΒΑСΤΗ
Draped bust of Sabina, r., with hair coiled and piled on top of head above double stephane

Rev. ΑΔΡΙΑΝΩΝ ΠΡΟC ΟΛΥΝΠ
Athena standing facing, head l., holding out Nike and resting hand on shield

9.47 gr
27 mm
6h
okidoki
1181_P_Hadrian_Pseudo_RPC1635.jpg
1635 MYSIA, Hadrianotherae Pseudo-autonomous under Hadrian, Asclepius standing4 viewsReference.
RPC III, 1635; von Fritze 550-3

Obv. ΙΕΡΑ СΥΝΚΛΗΤΟС
Draped bust of Senate, right

Rev. ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟΥΘΗΡΙΤΩΝ
Asclepius standing facing, head l., resting with r. hand on serpent-staff

4.05gr
19 mm
6h
okidoki
391_P_Hadrian.jpg
1647 MYSIA, Miletopolis Hadrian AE 16 Caduceus20 viewsReference.
RPC III, 1647; SNG von Aulock 1313; IMHOOF KM S29,3(2)

Magistrate Iouliοs Quintοs Bassοs (epimeletes)

Obv. ΑΥ Κ ΤΡ ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟС
Laureate head right, with drapery on l. shoulder

Rev. ΜΙΛΗΤΟ-ΠΟΛΙΤΩΝ ,K-O across fields EPMEILHTOPOLEITWN
winged Kerykeion (Caduceus)

1.98 gr
15.5 mm
6h

Note.
Magistrate Iouliοs Quintοs Bassοs (epimeletes)
okidoki
749_P_Hadrian_RPC1652.jpg
1652 MYSIA, Miletopolis Hadrian AE 20 Athena bust10 viewsReference.
RPC 3, 1652; SNG Cop 251

Obv. ΑΥ Κ ΤΡΑΙΑΝΟС ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟС
Laureate head of Hadrian, r., with drapery on l. shoulder

Rev. ΜΕΙΛΗΤΟΠΟΛΕΙΤΩΝ
Helmeted and cuirassed bust of Athena, r.

4.47 gr
20 mm
6h
okidoki
464_P_Hadrian_RPC1653.jpg
1653 MYSIA, Miletopolis Hadrian AE 20 Athena bust11 viewsReference.
RPC III, 1653; SNG France 1312; BMC 10 var. (pag. 92);SNG Cop. - (vgl. 251), SNG v.Aul. -

Obv. ΑΥΤΟ ΤΡΑΙΑ ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟ
Laureate, bust right, baldric (sword) strap around neck and across chest, loop on shoulder, seen from front.

Rev. ΜΕΙΛΗΤΟΠΟΛΕΙΤΩΝ
helmeted and cuirassed bust of Athena, right.

5.81 gr
20 mm
6h

Note.
assarion: an assarion, a farthing (one tenth of a drachma).
okidoki
384_P_Hadrian.JPG
1726 MYSIA, Pergamum Hadrian AE 30 Zeus standing21 viewsReference.
RPC III, 1726;

Magistrate Cl. Cephalin (to b, strategos)

Obv. ΑΥ ΚΑΙ ΝΕΡ ΤΡΑ(ΙΑ) ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟС
Laureate bust right, seen from front
Countermarks.
a wreath (Howgego 480).
a helmeted bust of Athena right (Howgego 185).

Rev. ΠΕΡΓΑΜΗ ΕΠΙ СΤΡΑ ΚΛ ΚΕΦΑΛΙΩΝΟС, ΤΟ Β (in field, l.)
Zeus naked standing facing, his r. hand on his hip from which falls a drapery, holding thunderbolt in his l. hand; at his feet, r., eagle standing facing, head l., a wreath in its beak
Countermark.
Telesphoros/telesphorus (Howgego, Greek Imperial Countermarks, 267)

15.67 gr
30 mm
6h
okidoki
1100_P_Hadrian_RPC1726.jpg
1726 MYSIA, Pergamun Hadrian AE 29 118 AD Zeus standing13 viewsReference.
RPC III, 1726;

Magistrate Cl. Cephalin (to b, strategos)

Obv. ΑΥ ΚΑΙ ΝΕΡ ΤΡΑ(ΙΑ) ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟС
Laureate and cuirassed bust of Hadrian, r., with paludamentum

Rev. ΠΕΡΓΑΜΗ ΕΠΙ СΤΡΑ ΚΛ ΚΕΦΑΛΙΩΝΟС, ΤΟ Β (in field, l.)
Zeus naked standing facing, his r. hand on his hip from which falls a drapery, holding thunderbolt in his l. hand; at his feet, r., eagle standing facing, head l., a wreath in its beak

17.06 gr
29 mm
12h
1 commentsokidoki
818_P_Hadrian_RPC1731.jpg
1731 MYSIA, Pergamun Hadrian, 118 AD Hermes standing13 viewsReference.
RPC III, 1731/11; SNG France 2089; BMC 271-3

http://rpc.ashmus.ox.ac.uk/coins/3/1731/11/

Magistrate Cl. Cephalin (to b, strategos)

Obv. ΑΥ ΚΑΙ ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟ
Laureate head of Hadrian, r., with drapery on l. shoulder

Rev. ΠΕΡΓΑ ΕΠΙ СΤ(Ρ) ΚΛ ΚΕΦΑΛ, ΤΟ Β (in field, l.)
Male figure (Hermes?) naked standing facing, head l., holding rams head in his outstretched r. hand, chlamys over l. arm

4.57 gr
21 mm
12h
okidoki
751_P_Hadrian_RPC1732~0.JPG
1732 MYSIA, Pergamun Hadrian 118 AD Hygieia standing12 viewsReference.
RPC III, 1732/4

Magistrate Cl. Cephalin (to b, strategos)

Obv. ΑΥΤΟ ΚΑΙ ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟ
laureate head of Hadrian, r., with drapery on l. shoulder

Rev. ΠΕΡΓΑ ΕΠΙ СΤΡΑ ΚΛ ΚΕΦΑΛΙΩΝΟС, ΤΟ Β (in field, left.)
Hygieia standing r., feeding serpent from patera held in l

4.29 gr
19 mm
12h
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1733 MYSIA, Pergamum Hadrian, Telesphoros standing31 viewsReference.
RPC III, 1733; SNG France 2093

Magistrate Cl. Cephalin (to b, strategos)

Obv. ΑΥΤΟ ΚΑΙ ΝΕΡ ΤΡ ΑΔΡΙΑ
Laureate head of Hadrian, r., with drapery on l. shoulder

Rev. ΠEPΓAM KAKEΦ TOB on left in feild.
Telesphoros standing facing, wrapped in long garments.

3.26 gr
16 mm
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1734 MYSIA, Pergamun Hadrian 118 AD Telesphoros standing2 viewsReference.
RPC III, 1734; BMC 270, SNG France 2091-2

Magistrate Cl. Cephalin (to b, strategos)

Obv. ΑΥ ΚΑΙ ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟ
Laureate, bust right, drapery on left shoulder, baldric strap around back of neck and across chest.

Rev. ΠΕΡΓΑ СΤΡ ΚΛ ΚΕΦΑΛΙΩ, ΤΟ Β (in field, r.)
Telesphorus wearing mantle with hood standing facing

1.75 gr
16 mm
12h
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1734 MYSIA, Pergamun Hadrian 118 AD Telesphoros standing8 viewsReference.
RPC III, 1734; BMC 270, SNG France 2091-2

Magistrate Cl. Cephalin (to b, strategos)

Obv. ΑΥ ΚΑΙ ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟ
Laureate, bust right, drapery on left shoulder, baldric strap around back of neck and across chest.

Rev. ΠΕΡΓΑ СΤΡ ΚΛ ΚΕΦΑΛΙΩ, ΤΟ Β (in field, r.)
Telesphorus wearing mantle with hood standing facing

2.77 gr
16 mm
12h
okidoki
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1734 MYSIA, Pergamun Hadrian AE 16 118 AD Telesphoros standing 14 viewsReference.
RPC III, 1734; BMC 270, SNG France 2091-2

http://rpc.ashmus.ox.ac.uk/coins/3/1734/

Magistrate Cl. Cephalin (to b, strategos)

Obv. ΑΥ ΚΑΙ ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟC (sic)
Laureate head of Hadrian, r., with drapery on l. shoulder.

Rev. ΠΕΡΓ СΤΡΑ ΚΛ ΚΕΦΑΛΙΩΝΟ, ΤΟ Β (in field, r.)
Telesphorus wearing mantle with hood standing facing

2.92 gr
16 mm
12h
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1741 MYSIA, Pergamon AE 18 Pseudo-autonomous under Hadrian 134 AD nude male23 viewsReference.
RPC 3, 1741; BMC 227-30, Cop 448-50, SNG France 1953-6

Magistrate I. Pllin (strategos)

Obv. ΠΕΡΓΑΜΗΝΩΝ
Helmeted head of Athena, right; with snake aegis

Rev. CTP I ΠOΛΛIΩNOC
Nude male youth standing facing, his r. hand raised, holding uncertain object in l.

2.59 gr
17 mm
12h
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1748 MYSIA, Pergamon AE 18 Pseudo-autonomous under Hadrian22 viewsReference.
RPC III, 1748; BMC Mysia p. 135 221;

Obv. ΘEON CΥN-KΛHTON
Draped bust of the (male) Senate right

Rev. ΘEAN ΡΩ-MHN
Turreted and draped (female) bust of Roma right, Monogram in front

3.21 gr
18 mm.
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1759 MYSIA, attaos Hadrian AE 16 Bust Senate16 viewsReference.
RPC III, 1759; von Fritze 377-9; SNG 146

Obv. ΤΡΑ Ν ΑΔΡΙΑΝ
laureate head of Hadrian, right.

Rev. ΑΤΤΑ(Ε)ΙΤΩΝ
Draped bust of the Senate, right

2.82 gr
16 mm
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1759 MYSIA, attaos Hadrian AE 16 Bust Senate7 viewsReference.
RPC III, 1759; von Fritze 377-9; SNG 146

Obv. ΤΡΑΝ ΑΔΡΙΑΝ
laureate head of Hadrian, right.

Rev. ΑΤΤΑΕΙΤΩΝ
Draped bust of the Senate, right

3.0 gr
16 mm
h
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1759 MYSIA, Attaos Hadrian AE 16 Bust Senate9 viewsReference. new obverse legend
RPC III, 1759var; von Fritze 377-9; SNG 146

Obv. ΑΥ ΤΡΑI[Ν ΑΔΡΙΑΝ ]
Laureate head of Hadrian, right.

Rev. ΑΤΤΑΕΙΤΩΝ
Draped bust of the Senate, right

2.64 gr
15 mm
6h
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1767 MYSIA, Germe Hadrian, Heracles standing4 viewsReference.
RPC III, 1767; Ehling 75-82; von Aulock 7221; SNG BN - ; SNG Cop. -

Obv. ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟС ΑΥΓΟΥСΤΟС
Bare head of Hadrian, right

Rev. ΓΕΡΜΗΝΩΝ
Heracles naked standing facing, head l., resting with r. hand on club, holding lions skin on left.

7.4 gr
19 mm
12h
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1767 MYSIA, Germe Hadrian, Heracles standing5 viewsReference.
RPC III, 1767; Ehling 75-82; von Aulock 7221; SNG BN - ; SNG Cop. -

Obv. ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟС ΑΥΓΟΥСΤΟС
Bare head of Hadrian, right

Rev. ΓΕΡΜΗΝΩΝ
Heracles naked standing facing, head l., resting with r. hand on club, holding lions skin on left.

7.06 gr
19 mm
6h
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1di Claudius Gothicus25 views268-270

AE antoninianus

Radiate cuirassed bust right, IMP C CLAVDIVS AVG
Liberlitas stg, LIBERALITAS AVG

RIC 57

Zosimus recorded: When the troops were calmed by their commanders, Claudius was chosen emperor, having previously been designed for that dignity by general consent. Aureolus, who had for a long time kept himself out of the hands of Gallienus, presently sent agents to Claudius, to effect a peace. Surrendering himself, he was killed by the guards of the emperor, who still remembered the hatred they bore against him for his treachery.

The Scythians were by this time so elated by their former success, that they appointed a place of meeting with the Heruli, Peucae, and Gothi, near the river Tyra, which empties itself into the Pontus; where having built six thousand vessels, and put on board them three hundred and twenty thousand men, they sailed across the Pontus, and made an attempt on Tomes, a fortified town, but were repulsed from it. From thence they proceed to Marcianopolis, a city of Mysia, but failing there likewise in their attack on it, they took the opportunity of a favourable wind and sailed forward. . . . they passed through the Hellespont, and arrived at Mount Athos. Having there refitted and careened their vessels, they laid siege to Cassandria and Thessalonica, which they were near taking by means of machines which they raised against the walls. But hearing that the emperor was advancing with an army, they went into the interior, plundering all the neighbourhood of Doberus and Pelagonia. There they sustained a loss of three thousand men, who were met with by the Dalmatian cavalry, and with the rest of their force engaged the army of the emperor. Great numbers were slain in this battle on both sides, but the Romans, by a pretended flight, drew the Barbarians into an ambuscade and killed more than fifty thousand of them.

Egypt being thus reduecd by the Palmyrenians, the Barbarians, who survived the battle of Naissus between Claudius and the Scythians, defending themselves with their carriages which went before them, marched towards Macedon, but were so distressed by the want of necessaries, that many of them and of their beasts perished with hunger. They were met likewise by the Roman cavalry, who having killed many of them, drove the rest towards Mount Haemus; where being surrounded by the Roman army, they lost a vast number of men. But a quarrel ensuing between the Roman horse and foot soldiers, the emperor wishing the foot to engage the Barbarians, the Romans, after a smart engagement, were defeated with considerable loss, but the cavalry, coming up immediately, redeemed in some degree the miscarriage of the infantry. After this battle, the Barbarians proceeded on their march, and were pursued by the Romans. The pirates who cruized about Crete and Rhodes retired without doing any thing worthy of mention; and being attacked by the plague on their way home, some of them died in Thrace and some in Macedon. All that survived were either admitted into the Roman legions, or had lands assigned for them to cultivate and so become husbandmen. Nor was the plague confined to the Barbarians alone, but began to infest the Romans, many of whom died, and amongst the rest Claudius, a person adorned with every virtue. His death was a severe loss to his subjeets, and was consequently much regretted by them.
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2 Pergamon Mysia Bronze96 viewsPergamon 2 coins, nice martial types; 1) Athena / Nike, 2) Athena / Trophy of Armor
ex FORVM
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201236 viewsTHIS YEAR'S WINNERS
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22031 Askelopsis/Pergamon20 viewsAskelopsis/Pergamon
EΠI ΠEPΓAMOY
Head of Asklepios right
ΠEPΓAMHNΩN
Eagle standing on thunderbolt
Pergamon, Mysia, 22mm 8.22 g
SNG France 1864

Thanks to shanxi and Altamura for help identifying.

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24412 viewsPhilip I 244-9 AD
AE 25mm
Hadrianeia in Mysia
Obv Laureate, draped bust right
Rev Tyche seated left holding patera and vertical sceptre
Obverse die duplicate of SNG von Aulock 1443 (Hadriani ad Olympum?). Reverse die duplicate of SNG Leypold 330 (misdescribed)
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307a. Cornelia Supera24 viewsMYSIA, Parium. Cornelia Supera, wife of Aemilian. Augusta, AD 253. 20mm (4.44 g). Diademed and draped bust right / Capricorn right. SNG Copenhagen -; SNG von Aulock 7448. Fair, green and red patina, rough surfaces. Rare.

A little rough but I think it's the only one I can afford :P
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41-60 AD - Semi-Autonomous AE15 of Pergamum - struck under the time of the Claudians75 viewsobv: PEON CYNKLHTON (youthful draped bust of the Roman Senate right)
rev: PEAN PWMHN (turreted and draped bust of Roma right)
ref: RPC 2374, SNG BN Paris 1964
mint: Pergamum, Mysia (40-60 AD)
4.03gms, 15mm
Rare

Pergamum was not conquered by the Romans. In 133 B.C. Attalus III, its last king, bequeathed Pergamum to the Romans and this granted to the city and its inhabitants the continued benevolence of the new rulers (with the only exception being Marcus Antonius who deprived the Library of Pergamum of many of its volumes to replenish that of Alexandria, which had been damaged by Julius Caesar).
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501. Constantine I Cyzicus GLORIA EXERCITVS29 viewsCyzicus

Cyzicus was an ancient town of Mysia in Asia Minor, situated on the shoreward side of the present peninsula of Kapu-Dagh (Arctonnesus), which is said to have been originally an island in the Sea of Marmara, and to have been artificially connected with the mainland in historic times.

It was, according to tradition, occupied by Thessalian settlers at the coming of the Argonauts, and in 756 BC the town was founded by Greeks from Miletus.

Owing to its advantageous position it speedily acquired commercial importance, and the gold staters of Cyzicus were a staple currency in the ancient world till they were superseded by those of Philip of Macedon. (For more information on ancient coinage click here) During the Peloponnesian War (431-404 BC) Cyzicus was subject to the Athenians and Lacedaemonians alternately, and at the peace of Antalcidas (387 BC), like the other Greek cities in Asia, it was made over to Persia.

The history of the town in Hellenistic times is closely connected with that of the Attalids of Pergamon, with whose extinction it came into direct relations with Rome. Cyzicus was held for the Romans against Mithradates in 74 BC till the siege was raised by Lucullus: the loyalty of the city was rewarded by an extension of territory and other privileges. Still a flourishing centre in Imperial times, the place appears to have been ruined by a series of earthquakes the last in AD 1063 and the population was transferred to Artaki at least as early as the 13th century, when the peninsula was occupied by the Crusaders.

The site is now known as Bal-Kiz and entirely uninhabited, though under cultivation. The principal extant ruins are the walls, which are traceable for nearly their whole extent, a picturesque amphitheatre intersected by a stream, and the substructures of the temple of Hadrian. Of this magnificent building, sometimes ranked among the seven wonders of the ancient world, thirty-one immense columns still stood erect in 1444. These have since been carried away piecemeal for building purposes.

RIC VII Cyzicus 110 R5

Ex-Varangian

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81-96 AD - DOMITIAN & DOMITIA AE19 of Adramyteion43 viewsobv: AYT DOMITIANOC KAI CEB GEPM[ANIKOC] (laureate head right)
rev: DOMITIA CEB ADR[A] (draped bust right)
ref: RPC 2910 (just two specimens cited)
mint: Adramyteion
4.08gms, 19mm, plated
Very rare

Domitia Longina or simply Domitia married to Domitian in 70 A.D. In 81, Domitian became the new Roman Emperor and Domitia became the new Roman Empress. In 83 she had an affair with an actor called Paris, who was executed for this, and Domitia exiled after the divorce. In 91 Domitian recalled her from exile to Rome as a Roman Empress. Years after Domitian's death, Domitia still referred to herself as an Emperor's wife. She died peacefully about 130 AD. Some coins of her were minted during Domitian's reign.
Adramyttium (Adramyteion) was an ancient city of Mysia at the head of the Gulf of Adramyttium facing the island of Lesbos, and at the base of Mt. Ida.
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aa Mysia, Parium. Geta. AE15. 59 viewsPRO: MYSIA
PO : PARIUM
PZ : Between 198 and 209
TIL: C / G / I / H
Obverse
VSL: SEP GETAS CAI
VT : PORTRAIT MAN R / GETA
VA : CLOTHES
Reverse
RSL: C G I H PA
RT : MAN PLOUGHING R / WITH / ANIMALS 2 / BULLS
Technical details
M : AE
GEW: 1.88(1)
Bibliographical references
ZIT: SNG AUL 1341(1)
Additional remarks
FR : VS: SEP GETAS CAI RS: C G I H PA
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aa Mysia, Pergamum. M. Plautius Silvanus / Augustus 2023 viewsM. Plautius Silvanus, proconsul; Demophon, grammateus. Togate figure standing facing and holding phiale, being crowned by figure in military outfit / Statue of Augustus, standing facing and holding scepter, within distyle temple faade. RPC 2364; SNG France 2016-21.ancientone
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Adramyteion, Mysia36 viewsAdramyteion in Mysia, 200-150 BC.,

Obv.: head of Zeus left.
Rev.: AΔP-A-M-VTHN-ΩN , horseman riding right, hand raised.
ANS 1944.100.42406 ; cf. Sear GC 3805

Adramyteion, is located on the western coast of Turkey. Today Burhaniye, it was previously named Kemer, ("aquaduct"), after a nearby aquaduct which has since been demolished.
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Adramyteion, Mysia, C. 12063 BC (Time of Mithradates VI) AE 22mm.7 viewsAdramyteion, Mysia, C. 12063 BC (Time of Mithradates VI)
Obv. Laureate head of Apollo left, quiver at shoulder
Rev.TH-NWN, Cornucopiae between caps of the Dioskuroi.
Ref. Sear 3807
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Adramyteon, Zeus/ Forepart of Pegasos, AE 1637 viewsAdramyteon, Mysia, c. 350 B.C. Bronze AE 16, cf. SNG von Aulock Supp. 7191; SNG Cop -, aVF, Adramyteon mint, 1.773g, 11.6mm, 90, c. 350 B.C.; obverse laureate head of Zeus right; reverse Α∆ΡΑ, forepart of Pegasos right. Ex FORVM & areich, photo credit FORVMPodiceps
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Adramytteion, Mysia15 viewsFourth century BC
Bronze AE 12
1.47 gm, 12 mm
Obverse: Head of Zeus three-quarter facing to right
Reverse: Eagle standing on altar, wings closed, Grain Ear before, AΔΡΑ above.
Sear 3803;
Weber 4949;
Babelon (Traite) plate 170, 16
Jaimelai
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Adramytteion, Mysia, 187 - 133 B. C.212 viewsAE12; (Weber 4949); weight 2.1g, max. diameter 12.83mm; Obv.laureate head of Zeus, facing slightly right, Rev. ΑΔΡΑ above, M-Y(in retrograde) below bird, eagle standing left on rock; grain ear before. Green patina.

The city is said to have been named after its founder, Adramys (also Adromos, Adromon or Adromus), notable for being a brother of king Kroisos of Lydia. Sear GCV II p. 355

Ex. Aegean Numismatics
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AE 17.3; Athena/ ΠΕΡΓΑ Head of bull l.; behind, owl17 viewsPergamum, Mysia, c. 310 - 284 B.C. AE 5.19g, 17.3mm. Head of Athena l. /
ΠΕΡΓΑ Head of bull l.; behind, owl. BMC 111, 20. Ex Gerhard Rohde
Podiceps
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AE 19.2; Asklepios/ Serpent around omphalos; countermark: owl33 viewsPergamum, Mysia, 133 B.C. Augustus. AE 19.2mm, 4.85g. Head of Asklepios laureate r. / ΑΣΚΛΗΠΙΟΥ ΣΩΤΗΡΟΣ Serpent around omphalos; countermark, owl. BMC 129, 161. Ex Gerhard RohdePodiceps
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AE 19.8; Asklepios/ Serpent around omphalos; owl on left40 viewsPergamum, Mysia. 133 B.C. Augustus. AE 19.8mm, 9.09g; Head of Asklepios laureate r. ΑΣΚΛΗΠΙΟΥ ΣΩΤΗΡΟΣ Serpent around omphalos; on l., owl. BMC 129, 160. Ex Gerhard RohdePodiceps
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AE10; Head of young Herakles/ “ΠΕΡ”, head of Athena13 viewsPergamon, Mysia, c. 300 B.C. Bronze AE 10, SGCV II 3958, BMC Mysia p. 112, 22, VF, Pergamon mint, 0.834g, 9.8mm, 0o, c. 300 B.C.; obverse head of young Herakles right wearing lion's head; reverse ΠΕΡ, head of Athena right in crested helmet. Ex FORVMPodiceps
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AE17.9mm, helmeted head of Athena left, cm/ two confronted bull heads8 viewsPergamon, Mysia, c. 300 - 284 B.C. Bronze AE 17, SGCV II 3956, F, Pergamon mint, 3.820g, 17.9mm, 270o, obverse helmeted head of Athena left, wreathed with olive, round countermark in center; reverse, two confronted bull heads, PERG below; nice sea-green patina. Ex FORVMPodiceps
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AE18; Senate/ Roma8 viewsMysia, Pergamum, 1st Century A.D. 18 mm, 3.45 g. Obv: Bust of Senate right. Rev: Bust of Roma right. Sear: Greek Imperial Coins 4910, BMC 205. ex areichPodiceps
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AE20; Asklepios/ snake, oval countermark22 viewsPergamon, Mysia, c. 133 - 16 B.C. Bronze AE 20, BMC Mysia p. 129, 158, F, Pergamon mint, 6.618g, 19.7mm, 0o, c. 133 - 16 B.C.; obverse laureate head of Asklepios right; reverse ASKLHPIOU / SWTHROS, snake coiled around omphalos, oval countermark. ex FORVMPodiceps
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AE20; Head of Athena/ Nike11 viewsPergamon, Mysia, c. 133 - 16 B.C. Bronze AE 20, BMC Mysia p. 128, 142, VF, scratches, Pergamon mint, 9.340g, 19.9mm, 0o, c. 133 - 16 B.C.; obverse helmeted head of Athena? right, ΕΠΙΠΕΡΓΑΜΟΥ below; reverse ΠΕΡΓΑΜΗΝΩΝ, Nike standing right, wreath in right, palm frond over shoulder in left. Ex FORVMPodiceps
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AE22; Zeus/ serpent coiled around omphalos27 viewsPergamum, Mysia, ca 2nd Century BC. 22mm. 7.21 g. Obv: Laureate head of Zeus right / Rev: ASKLHPIOU SWTHROS, serpent coiled around omphalos. SNGvA 1372, BMC 158. Podiceps
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Aeolis27 viewsAeolis was an ancient district on the western coast of Asia Minor. It extended along the Aegean Sea from the entrance of the Hellespont (now the Dardanelles) south to the Hermus River (now the Gediz River). It was named for the Aeolians, some of whom migrated there from Greece before 1000 BC. Aeolis was, however, an ethnological and linguistic enclave rather than a geographical unit. The district often was considered part of the larger northwest region of Mysia.ancientone
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AEOLIS, Aigai 49 viewsAigai is an ancient Greek site in Turkey, situated at a rather high altitude almost on top of the Mount Gn (Dağı), part of the mountain chain of Yunt (Dağları) in western Anatolia in the location of the present village of Yuntdağı Kseler, depending Manisa central district, although the easier road to the site departs from İzmir's Aliağa district center, though the bifurcation for Şakran township. Aigai lived its brightest period under the Attalid dynasty that ruled from nearby Pergamon in the 3rd century and 2nd century B.C.

Aeolis (Ancient Greek Αιολίς Aiols) or Aeolia (IPA [iːˈoʊlɪə]) (Ancient Greek Αιολία Aiola) was an area that comprised the west and northwestern region of Asia Minor, mostly along the coast, and also several offshore islands (particularly Lesbos), where the Aeolian Greek city-states were located. Aeolis incorporated the southern parts of Mysia which bounded it to the north, Ionia to the south, and Lydia to the east. In early times, the Aeolians' twelve most important cities were independent, and formed a league: Cyme (also called Phriconis), Larissae, Neonteichos, Temnus, Cilla, Notium, Aegiroessa, Pitane, Aegeaeae, Myrina, Gryneia, and Smyrna (Herodotus, 1.149).

According to Homer's description, Odysseus, after his stay with the Cyclopes, reached the island of Aiolos, who provided him with the west wind Zephyr.

AEOLIS, Aigai. Circa 3rd Century BC. Laureate head of Apollo right / Head of goat right. SNG Copenhagen 4

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Aeolis, Myrina. Pseudo-autonomous AE17. AD 253-268. Amazon Myrina47 viewsObv: MVPE-INA, draped, turreted bust of Amazon Myrina left.
Rev: ΜVΡEΙΝΑΩΝ, Tyche in long chiton with cornucopia in l. and rudder in r., standing left.

Myrina, mythological queen of the Amazons. According to Diodorus Siculus she led a military expedition in Libya and won a victory over the people known as the Atlantians, destroying their city Cerne; but was less successful fighting the Gorgons (who are described by Diodorus as a warlike nation residing in close proximity to the Atlantians), failing to burn down their forests. During a later campaign, she struck a treaty of peace with Horus, ruler of Egypt, conquered several peoples, including the Syrians, the Arabians, and the Cilicians (but granted freedom to those of the latter who gave in to her of their own will). She also took possession of Greater Phrygia, from the Taurus Mountains to the Caicus River, and several Aegean islands, including Lesbos; she was also said to be the first to land on the previously uninhabited island which she named Samothrace, building the temple there. The cities of Myrina (in Lemnos), possibly another Myrina in Mysia, Mytilene, Cyme, Pitane, and Priene were believed to have been founded by her, and named after herself, her sister Mytilene, and the commanders in her army, Cyme, Pitane and Priene, respectively. Myrina's army was eventually defeated by Mopsus the Thracian and Sipylus the Scythian; she, as well as many of her fellow Amazons, fell in the final battle. -Wikipedia
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Ancient Greek Coin Collection From Sixth to First Centuries B.C.298 viewsHere are the coins I started collecting from 2012 to present. As Aristotle wrote two millennia ago that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts, there is no better way to present a collection of Greeks than to put them all together in a single shot. (Please click on picture for bigger resolution and to show greater details on coins).

Top row from left to right: AEOLIS, MYRINA. AR "Stephanophoric" Tetradrachm. Circa 150 BC**ILLYRIA, DYRRHACHION. AR Stater. Circa 340-280 BC**IONIA, SMYRNA. AR Stephanophoric Tetradrachm. Circa 150-145 BC** PELOPONNESOS, SIKYON. AR Stater. Circa 335-330 BC**ATTICA, ATHENS. New style Tetradrachm. Circa 169 BC.

Fifth row: BACTRIA, Antialkidas. AR Drachm. Circa 145-135 BC**CAPPADOCIA. Ariobarzanes I AR Drachm. Circa 96-63 BC**THRACE, ABDERA. AR Tetrobol. Circa 360-350 BC**THRACE, CHERSONESSOS. AR Hemidrachm. Circa 386-338 BC.

Fourth row: LUCANIA, METAPONTION. AR Stater. Circa 510-480 BC**THESSALIAN LEAGUE. AR Stater. Circa 196-146 BC**MACEDONIA. Kassander AR Tetradrachm. Circa 317-315 BC**AKARNANIA, LEUKAS. AR Stater. Circa 320-280 BC**PAMPHYLIA, ASPENDOS. AR Stater. Circa 330-300 BC.

Third row: SELEUKID SYRIA. Antiochos VI AR Drachm. Circa 144-143 BC**LUCANIA, METAPONTION. AR Stater. Circa 340-330 BC**LUCANIA, VELIA. AR Stater. Circa 280 BC**PARTHIA. Mithradates II AR Drachm. Circa 121-91 BC.

Second row: MYSIA, PERGAMMON. Eumenes I AR Tetradrachm. Circa 263-241 BC**CILICIA, TARSOS. Mazaios AR Stater. Circa 361-334 BC**THRACE. Lysimachos AR Tetradrachm. Circa 297-281 BC**CILICIA, TARSOS. Pharnabazos AR Stater. Circa 380-374 BC**THRACE, MARONEIA. AR Tetradrachm. Mid 2nd cent. BC.

Bottom row: SELEUKID SYRIA. Antiochos Euergetes VII AR Tetradrachm. Circa 138-129 BC**MACEDON. Alexander III AR Tetradrachm. Circa 325-315 BC**CILICIA, AIGEAI. AR Tetradrachm. Circa 30 BC**PAIONIA. Patraos AR Tetradrachm. Circa 335-315 BC**PAMPHYLIA, SIDE. AR Tetradrachm. Circa 155-36 BC.
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Apollo (head of?)233 viewsMysia, Pergamon, 200-133 B.C. AE-17/20 mm, 8.12 grs. AV: Head of Athena in corinthian helmet to right. Circular CM: Head of Apollo (?) in a laurel-wreath. RV: AQHNAS / NIKHFOROU, Tropaion. Collection: Mueller.Automan
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Apollonia Pontica72 views480/478 470 B.C.
Silver Drachm
3.24 gm., 14 mm.
Obv: Anchor; blank to left, crayfish to right
Rev.: Gorgon head facing in archaic Ionian style with hair in pellets
Topalov Apollonia p. 584, 38
BMC Mysia p.8, 3, Pl.II, 2

Topalov Type: Upright Anchor - Gorgon's Head: First Early Issues (480/478-470 B.C)
Obv.: Upright anchor with large flukes on a curved stock. Image of a crab viewed from above on the right between the fluke and the stock. Letter A missing.
Rev.: Full-face Gorgon's head in the archaic Ionian style with a low narrow forehead, projecting eyebrows and eyes, a short flat nose, abnormaly open mouth, long teeth and toungue. Instead of hair there are snakes with thin bodies. The image in a concave circle.

Description from Topalov Apollonia 2007
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 38 - Silver Drachm45 views480/478 470 B.C.
2.92 gm., 12.5-14 mm.
Obv: Anchor; blank to left, crayfish to right
Rev.: Gorgon head facing in archaic Ionian style with hair in pellets
Topalov Apollonia p. 584, 38
BMC Mysia p.8, 3, Pl.II, 2

Topalov Type: Upright Anchor - Gorgon's Head: First Early Issues (480/478-470 B.C)
Obv.: Upright anchor with large flukes on a curved stock. Image of a crab viewed from above on the right between the fluke and the stock. Letter A missing.
Rev.: Full-face Gorgon's head in the archaic Ionian style with a low narrow forehead, projecting eyebrows and eyes, a short flat nose, abnormally open mouth, long teeth and toungue. Instead of hair there are snakes with thin bodies. The image in a concave circle.

These "Early-Issue" Medusa coins may have been reminted on the earlier swastika type Apollonia drachmas (from Topalov Apollonia 2007)
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 38 - Silver Drachm65 views480 470 B.C.
3.25 gm., 13-15.5 mm.
Obv: Anchor; blank to left, crayfish to right
Rev.: Archaic Ionian Gorgon head facing with single row pearl headdress
Topalov Apollonia p.584, 38
BMC Mysia p.8, 3, Pl.II, 2

Topalov Type: Upright Anchor - Gorgon's Head: First Early Issues (480/478-470 B.C)
Obv.: Upright anchor with large flukes on a curved stock. Image of a crab viewed from above on the right between the fluke and the stock. Letter A missing.
Rev.: Full-face Gorgon's head in the archaic Ionian style with a low narrow forehead, projecting eyebrows and eyes, a short flat nose, abnormally open mouth, long teeth and tongue. Instead of hair there are snakes with thin bodies. The image in a concave circle.
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 38 - Silver Drachm 77 views480/478 470 B.C.
3.24 gm., 14 mm.
Obv: Anchor; blank to left, crayfish to right
Rev.: Gorgon head facing in archaic Ionian style with hair in pellets
Topalov Apollonia p. 584, 38
BMC Mysia p.8, 3, Pl.II, 2

Topalov Type: Upright Anchor - Gorgon's Head: First Early Issues (480/478-470 B.C)
Obv.: Upright anchor with large flukes on a curved stock. Image of a crab viewed from above on the right between the fluke and the stock. Letter A missing.
Rev.: Full-face Gorgon's head in the archaic Ionian style with a low narrow forehead, projecting eyebrows and eyes, a short flat nose, abnormaly open mouth, long teeth and toungue. Instead of hair there are snakes with thin bodies. The image in a concave circle.

Description from Topalov Apollonia 2007
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 38 - Silver Drachm 53 views480/478 470 B.C.
3.12 gm., 14 mm.
Obv: Anchor; blank to left, crayfish to right
Rev.: Gorgon head facing in archaic Ionian style with hair in pellets
Topalov Apollonia p. 584, 38
BMC Mysia p.8, 3, Pl.II, 2

Topalov Type: Upright Anchor - Gorgon's Head: First Early Issues (480/478-470 B.C)
Obv.: Upright anchor with large flukes on a curved stock. Image of a crab viewed from above on the right between the fluke and the stock. Letter A missing.
Rev.: Full-face Gorgon's head in the archaic Ionian style with a low narrow forehead, projecting eyebrows and eyes, a short flat nose, abnormaly open mouth, long teeth and toungue. Instead of hair there are snakes with thin bodies. The image in a concave circle.

Description from Topalov Apollonia 2007

WARNING! Possible Black Cabinet candidate - very similar to Reid Goldsborough Apollonia Pontika New York Hoard Specimen # 40.
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 38 - Silver Drachm87 views480/478 470 B.C.
Silver Drachm
3.36 gm., 15 mm.
Obv: Anchor; blank to left, crayfish to right
Rev.: Gorgon head facing in archaic Ionian style with hair in pellets
Topalov Apollonia p.584, 38 struck over Topalov Apollonia p. 566, 10
BMC Mysia p.8, 3, Pl.II, 2

Topalov Type 38: Upright anchor, crab right - full-face Gorgon's head" first early issues (480/478-470 B.C)
Obv.: Upright anchor with large flukes on a curved stock. Image of a crab viewed from above on the right between the fluke and the stock. Letter A missing.
Rev.: Full-face Gorgon's head in the archaic Ionian style with a low narrow forehead, projecting eyebrows and eyes, a short flat nose, abnormally open mouth, long teeth and tongue. Instead of hair there are snakes with thin bodies. The image in a concave circle.
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Topalov Type 10: Upright anchor with thin flukes and thin shaft Swastika ia a concave square with four dolphins as additional symbols" (540-535/525 B.C.)
Obv.: Upright anchor with thin flukes and a thin stock. Side view of the additional symbol of a crab (or view from above) right, between the fluke and the stock.
Rev.: Schematic view of a swastika in sectors concave with arms bent to the left. A dolphin as an additional symbol in every one of the sectors. Dolphins heads point from the center of the swastika outwards.
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 45 - Silver Drachm60 views450-424 or 410/404 B.C.
2.91 gm, 15 mm
Obv: Gorgon head facing, snaky ringlets circle face.
Rev.: Anchor; A to left, crayfish to right
Topalov Apollonia p. 588, 45; p. 348, 9
Sear 1655var; BMC Mysia p.9, 11

Topalov Type: "Full-Face Gorgon's Head Upright Anchor, a crab on the right, the letter A on the left or the letter A on the right and a crab on the left" Main Issue (450-424 or 410/404 B.C.)
Obv.: Full-face Gorgon's head in the classical Attic style. Gorgon's features are noble in conformity with the Attic manner of portraying her and Gorgon has more human hair in addition to the snakes.
Rev.: Upright anchor with large flukes, the letter A on one side, a crab as an additional symbol viewed from above on the other side. The image in a concave circle.

Forvm purchase - Description from Topalov Apollonia 2007
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 45 - Silver Drachm58 views450-424 or 410/404 B.C.
2.89 gm, 15 mm
Obv: Gorgon head facing, snaky ringlets circle face.
Rev.: Anchor; A to left, crayfish to right
Topalov Apollonia p. 588, 45; p. 348, 9
Sear 1655var; BMC Mysia p.9, 11

Topalov Type: "Full-Face Gorgon's Head Upright Anchor, a crab on the right, the letter A on the left or the letter A on the right and a crab on the left" Main Issue (450-424 or 410/404 B.C.)
Obv.: Full-face Gorgon's head in the classical Attic style. Gorgon's features are noble in conformity with the Attic manner of portraying her and Gorgon has more human hair in addition to the snakes.
Rev.: Upright anchor with large flukes, the letter A on one side, a crab as an additional symbol viewed from above on the other side. The image in a concave circle.
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 45 - Silver Drachm64 views450-424 or 410/404 B.C.
2.87 gm, 14 mm
Obv: Gorgon head facing, snaky ringlets circle face.
Rev.: Anchor; A to left, crayfish to right
Topalov Apollonia p. 588, 45; p. 348, 9
Sear 1655var; BMC Mysia p.9, 11

Topalov Type: "Full-Face Gorgon's Head Upright Anchor, a crab on the right, the letter A on the left or the letter A on the right and a crab on the left" Main Issue (450-424 or 410/404 B.C.)
Obv.: Full-face Gorgon's head in the classical Attic style. Gorgon's features are noble in conformity with the Attic manner of portraying her and Gorgon has more human hair in addition to the snakes.
Rev.: Upright anchor with large flukes, the letter A on one side, a crab as an additional symbol viewed from above on the other side. The image in a concave circle.
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 45 - Silver Drachm69 views450-424 or 410/404 B.C.
2.86 gm, 13-14 mm
Obv: Gorgon head facing, snaky ringlets circle face.
Rev.: Anchor; crayfish to left, A to right
Topalov Apollonia p. 588, 45; p.348, 9
Sear 1655var; BMC Mysia p.9, 11

Topalov Type: "Full-Face Gorgon's Head Upright Anchor, a crab on the right, the letter A on the left or the letter A on the right and a crab on the left" Main Issue (450-424 or 410/404 B.C.)
Obv.: Full-face Gorgon's head in the classical Attic style. Gorgon's features are noble in conformity with the Attic manner of portraying her and Gorgon has more human hair in addition to the snakes.
Rev.: Upright anchor with large flukes, the letter A on one side, a crab as an additional symbol viewed from above on the other side. The image in a concave circle.
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 45 - Silver Drachm51 views450-424 or 410/404 B.C.
2.85 gm, 12-14 mm
Obv: Gorgon head facing, snaky ringlets circle face.
Rev.: Anchor; A to left, crayfish to right
Topalov Apollonia p. 588, 45; p.348, 9
Sear 1655var; BMC Mysia p.9, 11

Topalov Type: "Full-Face Gorgon's Head Upright Anchor, a crab on the right, the letter A on the left or the letter A on the right and a crab on the left" Main Issue (450-424 or 410/404 B.C.)
Obv.: Full-face Gorgon's head in the classical Attic style. Gorgon's features are noble in conformity with the Attic manner of portraying her and Gorgon has more human hair in addition to the snakes.
Rev.: Upright anchor with large flukes, the letter A on one side, a crab as an additional symbol viewed from above on the other side. The image in a concave circle.
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 45 - Silver Drachm59 views450-424 or 410/404 B.C.
2.85 gm, 15 mm
Obv: Gorgon head facing, snaky ringlets circle face.
Rev.: Anchor; A to left, crayfish to right
Topalov Apollonia p. 588, 45; p.348, 9
Sear 1655var; BMC Mysia p.9, 11

Topalov Type: "Full-Face Gorgon's Head Upright Anchor, a crab on the right, the letter A on the left or the letter A on the right and a crab on the left" Main Issue (450-424 or 410/404 B.C.)
Obv.: Full-face Gorgon's head in the classical Attic style. Gorgon's features are noble in conformity with the Attic manner of portraying her and Gorgon has more human hair in addition to the snakes.
Rev.: Upright anchor with large flukes, the letter A on one side, a crab as an additional symbol viewed from above on the other side. The image in a concave circle.
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 45 - Silver Drachm51 views450-424 or 410/404 B.C.
2.82 gm, 14 mm
Obv: Gorgon head facing, snaky ringlets circle face.
Rev.: Anchor; A to left, crayfish to right
Topalov Apollonia p. 588, 45; p.348, 9
Sear 1655var; BMC Mysia p.9, 11

Topalov Type: "Full-Face Gorgon's Head Upright Anchor, a crab on the right, the letter A on the left or the letter A on the right and a crab on the left" Main Issue (450-424 or 410/404 B.C.)
Obv.: Full-face Gorgon's head in the classical Attic style. Gorgon's features are noble in conformity with the Attic manner of portraying her and Gorgon has more human hair in addition to the snakes.
Rev.: Upright anchor with large flukes, the letter A on one side, a crab as an additional symbol viewed from above on the other side. The image in a concave circle.

Forvm purchase - Description from Topalov Apollonia 2007
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 45 - Silver Drachm49 views450-424 or 410/404 B.C.
2.85 gm, 15 mm
Obv: Gorgon head facing, snaky ringlets circle face.
Rev.: Anchor; A to left, crayfish to right
Topalov Apollonia p. 588, 45; p.348, 9
Sear 1655var; BMC Mysia p.9, 11

Topalov Type: "Full-Face Gorgon's Head Upright Anchor, a crab on the right, the letter A on the left or the letter A on the right and a crab on the left" Main Issue (450-424 or 410/404 B.C.)
Obv.: Full-face Gorgon's head in the classical Attic style. Gorgon's features are noble in conformity with the Attic manner of portraying her and Gorgon has more human hair in addition to the snakes.
Rev.: Upright anchor with large flukes, the letter A on one side, a crab as an additional symbol viewed from above on the other side. The image in a concave circle.450 404 B.C.
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 45 - Silver Drachm45 views450-424 or 410/404 B.C.
2.80 gm, 15 mm
Obv: Gorgon head facing, snaky ringlets circle face.
Rev.: Anchor; A to left, crayfish to right
Topalov Apollonia p. 588, 45; p.348, 9
Sear 1655var; BMC Mysia p.9, 11

Topalov Type: "Full-Face Gorgon's Head Upright Anchor, a crab on the right, the letter A on the left or the letter A on the right and a crab on the left" Main Issue (450-424 or 410/404 B.C.)
Obv.: Full-face Gorgon's head in the classical Attic style. Gorgon's features are noble in conformity with the Attic manner of portraying her and Gorgon has more human hair in addition to the snakes.
Rev.: Upright anchor with large flukes, the letter A on one side, a crab as an additional symbol viewed from above on the other side. The image in a concave circle.
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 45 - Silver Drachm 26 views450-424 or 410/404 B.C.
2.67 gm, 15 mm
Obv: Gorgon head facing, snaky ringlets circle face.
Rev.: Anchor; A to left, crayfish to right
Topalov Apollonia p. 588, 45; p.348, 9
Sear 1655var; BMC Mysia p.9, 11

Topalov Type: "Full-Face Gorgon's Head Upright Anchor, a crab on the right, the letter A on the left or the letter A on the right and a crab on the left" Main Issue (450-424 or 410/404 B.C.)
Obv.: Full-face Gorgon's head in the classical Attic style. Gorgon's features are noble in conformity with the Attic manner of portraying her and Gorgon has more human hair in addition to the snakes.
Rev.: Upright anchor with large flukes, the letter A on one side, a crab as an additional symbol viewed from above on the other side. The image in a concave circle.
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 45 - Silver Drachm58 views450 404 B.C.
Silver drachm
2.85 gm, 13-15 mm
Obv: Attic Gorgon head facing, snaky ringlets circle face.
Rev.: Anchor; crayfish to left, A to right
Topalov Apollonia p. 588, 45; p.348, 9;
Sear 1655var; BMC Mysia p.9, 11

Topalov Type: Gorgon's Head Upright Anchor: Basic (Main) Issue (450-424 or 410/404 B.C.)
Obv.: Full-face Gorgon's head in the classical Attic style. Gorgon's features are noble in conformity with the Attic manner of portraying her and Gorgon has more human hair in addition to the snakes.
Rev.: Upright anchor with large flukes, the letter A on one side, a crab as an additional symbol viewed from above on the other side. The image in a concave circle.

Die match to another of my coins and to CNG 806828
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 45 - Silver Drachm37 views450 404 B.C.
Silver drachm
2.87 gm, 13.5 mm
Obv: Attic Gorgon head facing, snaky ringlets circle face.
Rev.: Anchor; crayfish to left, A to right
Topalov Apollonia p. 588, 45; p.348, 9;
Sear 1655var; BMC Mysia p.9, 11

Topalov Type: Gorgon's Head Upright Anchor: Basic (Main) Issue (450-424 or 410/404 B.C.)
Obv.: Full-face Gorgon's head in the classical Attic style. Gorgon's features are noble in conformity with the Attic manner of portraying her and Gorgon has more human hair in addition to the snakes.
Rev.: Upright anchor with large flukes, the letter A on one side, a crab as an additional symbol viewed from above on the other side. The image in a concave circle.

Die match to another of my coins and to CNG 806828
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 45 - Silver Drachm17 views450-424 or 410/404 B.C.
2.71 gm, 14 mm
Obv: Gorgon head facing, snaky ringlets circle face.
Rev.: Anchor; A to left, crayfish to right
Topalov Apollonia p. 588, 45; p.348, 9
Sear 1655var; BMC Mysia p.9, 11

Topalov Type: "Full-Face Gorgon's Head Upright Anchor, a crab on the right, the letter A on the left or the letter A on the right and a crab on the left" Main Issue (450-424 or 410/404 B.C.)
Obv.: Full-face Gorgon's head in the classical Attic style. Gorgon's features are noble in conformity with the Attic manner of portraying her and Gorgon has more human hair in addition to the snakes.
Rev.: Upright anchor with large flukes, the letter A on one side, a crab as an additional symbol viewed from above on the other side. The image in a concave circle.
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 45(i?) - Silver Drachm23 views450 424 or 410/404 B.C.
Silver Drachm, Thracian Imitation?
2.39 gm, 14.5 mm
Obv: Attic Gorgon head facing, snaky ringlets
circle face.
Rev.: Anchor; A to left, crayfish to right
Topalov Apollonia p.588, 45; p.348, 9
Sear 1655var;
BMC Mysia p.9, 11
SNG BM Black Sea 160/61

Topalov Type 45 Gorgon's Head Upright Anchor: Basic (Main) Issue (450-424 or 410/404 B.C.)
Obv.: Full-face Gorgon's head in the classical Attic style. Gorgon's features are noble in conformity with the Attic manner of portraying her and Gorgon has more human hair in addition to the snakes.
Rev.: Upright anchor with large flukes, the letter A on one side, a crab as an additional symbol viewed from above on the other side. The image in a concave circle.
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 45i - Silver Drachm60 views450-424 or 410/404 B.C.
2.82 gm, 14 mm
Obv: Gorgon head facing, snaky ringlets circle face.
Rev.: Anchor; A to left, crayfish to right
Topalov Apollonia p. 588, 45; p.348, 9
Sear 1655var; BMC Mysia p.9, 11

Topalov Type: "Full-Face Gorgon's Head Upright Anchor, a crab on the right, the letter A on the left or the letter A on the right and a crab on the left" Main Issue (450-424 or 410/404 B.C.)
Obv.: Full-face Gorgon's head in the classical Attic style. Gorgon's features are noble in conformity with the Attic manner of portraying her and Gorgon has more human hair in addition to the snakes.
Rev.: Upright anchor with large flukes, the letter A on one side, a crab as an additional symbol viewed from above on the other side. The image in a concave circle.

Appears to die match previous coin
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 45i - Silver Drachm68 views450-424 or 410/404 B.C.
2.77 gm, 14 mm
Obv: Gorgon head facing, snaky ringlets circle face.
Rev.: Anchor; A to left, crayfish to right
Topalov Apollonia p. 588, 45; p.348, 9
Sear 1655var; BMC Mysia p.9, 11

Topalov Type: "Full-Face Gorgon's Head Upright Anchor, a crab on the right, the letter A on the left or the letter A on the right and a crab on the left" Main Issue (450-424 or 410/404 B.C.)
Obv.: Full-face Gorgon's head in the classical Attic style. Gorgon's features are noble in conformity with the Attic manner of portraying her and Gorgon has more human hair in addition to the snakes.
Rev.: Upright anchor with large flukes, the letter A on one side, a crab as an additional symbol viewed from above on the other side. The image in a concave circle.

Appears to die match previous coin though roughed up a bit
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 45i - Silver Drachm64 views450-424 or 410/404 B.C.
2.84 gm, 13.5-15 mm
Obv: Gorgon head facing, snaky ringlets circle face.
Rev.: Anchor; A to left, crayfish to right
Topalov Apollonia p. 588, 45; p.348, 9
Sear 1655var; BMC Mysia p.9, 11

Topalov Type: "Full-Face Gorgon's Head Upright Anchor, a crab on the right, the letter A on the left or the letter A on the right and a crab on the left" Main Issue (450-424 or 410/404 B.C.)
Obv.: Full-face Gorgon's head in the classical Attic style. Gorgon's features are noble in conformity with the Attic manner of portraying her and Gorgon has more human hair in addition to the snakes.
Rev.: Upright anchor with large flukes, the letter A on one side, a crab as an additional symbol viewed from above on the other side. The image in a concave circle.

Forvm purchase - Description from Topalov Apollonia 2007
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 45i - Silver Drachm 31 views450-424 or 410/404 B.C.
2.84 gm, 14.2 mm
Obv: Gorgon head facing, snaky ringlets circle face.
Rev.: Anchor; A to left, crayfish to right
Topalov Apollonia p. 588, 45 var.; p.348, 9
Sear 1655var; BMC Mysia p.9, 11

Topalov Type: "Full-Face Gorgon's Head Upright Anchor, a crab on the right, the letter A on the left or the letter A on the right and a crab on the left" Main Issue (450-424 or 410/404 B.C.)
Obv.: Full-face Gorgon's head in the classical Attic style. Gorgon's features are noble in conformity with the Attic manner of portraying her and Gorgon has more human hair in addition to the snakes.
Rev.: Upright anchor with large flukes, the letter A on one side, a crab as an additional symbol viewed from above on the other side. The image in a concave circle.

Forvm purchase (GS55520) - Dr. Prokopov has identified this as a tribal (Celtic?) imitative. This is my fourth coin with from the same cracked reverse die. There appears to be three different obverse dies though.
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 45i - Silver Drachm19 views450-424 or 410/404 B.C.
2.77 gm, 14.5 mm
Obv: Gorgon head facing, snaky ringlets circle face.
Rev.: Anchor; A to left, crayfish to right
Topalov Apollonia p. 588, 45; p.348, 9
Sear 1655var; BMC Mysia p.9, 11

Topalov Type: "Full-Face Gorgon's Head Upright Anchor, a crab on the right, the letter A on the left or the letter A on the right and a crab on the left" Main Issue (450-424 or 410/404 B.C.)
Obv.: Full-face Gorgon's head in the classical Attic style. Gorgon's features are noble in conformity with the Attic manner of portraying her and Gorgon has more human hair in addition to the snakes.
Rev.: Upright anchor with large flukes, the letter A on one side, a crab as an additional symbol viewed from above on the other side. The image in a concave circle.

My fifth coin of this reverse die - appears to be an earlier strike when compared to the others as the crack is not as severe.
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 45i - Silver Drachm14 views450-424 or 410/404 B.C.
2.86 gm, 14.0 mm
Obv: Gorgon head facing, snaky ringlets circle face.
Rev.: Anchor; A to left, crayfish to right
Topalov Apollonia p. 588, 45 var.; p.348, 9
Sear 1655var; BMC Mysia p.9, 11

Topalov Type: "Full-Face Gorgon's Head Upright Anchor, a crab on the right, the letter A on the left or the letter A on the right and a crab on the left" Main Issue (450-424 or 410/404 B.C.)
Obv.: Full-face Gorgon's head in the classical Attic style. Gorgon's features are noble in conformity with the Attic manner of portraying her and Gorgon has more human hair in addition to the snakes.
Rev.: Upright anchor with large flukes, the letter A on one side, a crab as an additional symbol viewed from above on the other side. The image in a concave circle.
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 56 - Silver Diobol44 views410/404 341/323 B.C.
1.31 gm, 10.6 mm
Obv.: Laureate head of Apollo facing
Rev.: Anchor, A to left, crayfish to right,
ΣΩ (magistrate's initials) to left
Topalov Apollonia p.393, 1-3; p.596, 56;
Sear p. 165, 1657;
B.M.C. 15 (Mysia) p.9, 15

Topalov Type: "Full-Face Apollo's Head - Upright Anchor" silver diobol (410/404 341/323 B.C.)
Obv.: Full-face laureate Apollo with short hair.
Rev.: Magistrates' initials around the images. Upright anchor with thick flukes and a rectangular stock. The letter A on one side and the additional symbol of a crab viewed from above on the other side between flukes and the stock.
Jaimelai
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 56 - Silver Diobol45 views410 - 323 B.C.
1.25 gm, 11 mm
Obv.: Laurate head of Apollo
Rev.: Anchor, A and magistrate initials to left, crayfish to right
Topalov Apollonia p. 393, 1-3; p.596, 56
Sear p. 165, 1657
B.M.C. 15 (Mysia) p.9, 15

From Topalov Apollonia 2007: "Full-Face Apollo's Head - Upright Anchor" silver diobol (410/404 341/323 B.C.)
Obv.: Full-face laureate Apollo with short hair.
Rev.: Magistrates' initials around the images. Upright anchor with thick flukes and a rectangular stock. The letter A on one side and the additional symbol of a crab viewed from above on the other side between flukes and the stock.
Jaimelai
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 56 - Silver Diobol40 views410/404 - 341/323 B.C.
1.26 gm, 12 mm
Obv.: Laurate head of Apollo
Rev.: Anchor, A to left, crayfish to right
Topalov Apollonia p.596, 56; Sear 1657; B.M.C. 15 (Mysia) p.9, 15

Topalov Type: "Full-Face Apollo's Head - Upright Anchor" Silver diobol (410/404 341/323 B.C.)
Obv.: Full-face laureate Apollo with short hair.
Rev.: Magistrates' initials around the images. Upright anchor with thick flukes and a rectangular stock. The letter A on one side and the additional symbol of a crab viewed from above on the other side between flukes and the stock
Jaimelai
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 56 - Silver Diobol41 views410 - 323 B.C.
0.87 gm, 9.5 mm
Obv.: Laurate head of Apollo
Rev.: Anchor, A to left, crayfish to right
Topalov Apollonia p.596, 56
Sear p. 165, 1657
B.M.C. 15 (Mysia) p.9, 15

From Topalov Apollonia 2007: "Full-Face Apollo's Head - Upright Anchor" silver diobol (410/404 341/323 B.C.) Obv.: Full-face laureate Apollo with short hair. Rev.: Magistrates' initials around the images. Upright anchor with thick flukes and a rectangular stock. The letter A on one side and the additional symbol of a crab viewed from above on the other side between flukes and the stock.
Jaimelai
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 56 - Silver Diobol80 views410-323 B.C.
1.15 gm, 10.5 mm
Obv.: Laurate head of Apollo
Rev.: Anchor, A and magistrate's initials to left, crayfish to right
Topalov Apollonia p.596, 56
Sear p. 165, 1657
B.M.C. 15 (Mysia) p.9, 15

Topalov Type: "Full-Face Apollo's Head - Upright Anchor" silver diobol (410/404 341/323 B.C.)
Obv.: Full-face laureate Apollo with short hair.
Rev.: Magistrates' initials around the images. Upright anchor with thick flukes and a rectangular stock. The letter A on one side and the additional symbol of a crab viewed from above on the other side between flukes and the stock.
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 56 - Silver Diobol50 views410/404 - 341/323 B.C.
1.26 gm, 11 mm
Obv.: Laureate head of Apollo facing
Rev.: Anchor, A to left, crayfish to right,
A Π (magistrate's initials) to left
Topalov Apollonia p.387, 2, p.596, 56;
Sear p.165, 1657;
B.M.C. 15 (Mysia) p.9, 15

Topalov Type: "Full-Face Apollo's Head - Upright Anchor" Silver diobol (410/404 341/323 B.C.)
Obv.: Full-face laureate Apollo with short hair.
Rev.: Magistrates' initials around the images. Upright anchor with thick flukes and a rectangular stock. The letter A on one side and the additional symbol of a crab viewed from above on the other side between flukes and the stock.
Jaimelai
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 56 - Silver Diobol56 views410/404 - 341/323 B.C.
0.53 gm, 10 mm
Obv.: Laurate head of Apollo
Rev.: Anchor, A to left, crayfish to right
Topalov Apollonia p.596, 56;
Sear 1657; B.M.C. 15 (Mysia) p.9, 15

Topalov Type: "Full-Face Apollo's Head - Upright Anchor" Silver diobol (410/404 341/323 B.C.)
Obv.: Full-face laureate Apollo with short hair.
Rev.: Magistrates' initials around the images. Upright anchor with thick flukes and a rectangular stock. The letter A on one side and the additional symbol of a crab viewed from above on the other side between flukes and the stock

This coin is small enough to be an obol, but in the diobol style. Obols have Apollo facing left or right.
Jaimelai
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 56 - Silver Diobol38 views410/404 - 341/323 B.C.
0.84 gm, 11.5 mm
Obv.: Laurate head of Apollo
Rev.: Anchor, A to left, crayfish to right
Topalov Apollonia p.596, 56; Sear 1657; B.M.C. 15 (Mysia) p.9, 15

Topalov Type: "Full-Face Apollo's Head - Upright Anchor" Silver diobol (410/404 341/323 B.C.)
Obv.: Full-face laureate Apollo with short hair.
Rev.: Magistrates' initials around the images. Upright anchor with thick flukes and a rectangular stock. The letter A on one side and the additional symbol of a crab viewed from above on the other side between flukes and the stock
Jaimelai
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 56 - Silver Diobol25 views410 - 323 B.C.
1.05 gm, 11 mm
Obv.: Laurate head of Apollo
Rev.: Anchor
A to left, crayfish to right
Topalov Apollonia p.596, 56
Sear 1657,
B.M.C. 15 (Mysia) p.9, 15

From Topalov Apollonia 2007: "Full-Face Apollo's Head - Upright Anchor" silver diobol (410/404 341/323 B.C.) Obv.: Full-face laureate Apollo with short hair. Rev.: Magistrates' initials around the images. Upright anchor with thick flukes and a rectangular stock. The letter A on one side and the additional symbol of a crab viewed from above on the other side between flukes and the stock.
Jaimelai
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 56 - Silver Diobol 37 views410/404 341/323 B.C.
1.31 gm, 10.6 mm
Obv.: Laureate head of Apollo facing
Rev.: Anchor, A to left, crayfish to right, ΣΩ (magistrate's initials) to left
Topalov Apollonia p.393, 1-3; p.596, 56;
Sear p. 165, 1657;
B.M.C. 15 (Mysia) p.9, 15

Topalov Type: "Full-Face Apollo's Head - Upright Anchor" silver diobol (410/404 341/323 B.C.)
Obv.: Full-face laureate Apollo with short hair.
Rev.: Magistrates' initials around the images. Upright anchor with thick flukes and a rectangular stock. The letter A on one side and the additional symbol of a crab viewed from above on the other side between flukes and the stock
Jaimelai
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 56 - Silver Diobol 52 views410/404 341/323 B.C.
1.34 gm, 11.56 mm
Obv.: Laureate head of Apollo facing
Rev.: Anchor, A to left, crayfish to right, ΣΩ (magistrate's initials) to left
Topalov Apollonia p.393, 1-3; p.596, 56;
Sear p. 165, 1657;
B.M.C. 15 (Mysia) p.9, 15

Topalov Type: "Full-Face Apollo's Head - Upright Anchor" silver diobol (410/404 341/323 B.C.)
Obv.: Full-face laureate Apollo with short hair.
Rev.: Magistrates' initials around the images. Upright anchor with thick flukes and a rectangular stock. The letter A on one side and the additional symbol of a crab viewed from above on the other side between flukes and the stock
Jaimelai
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 56 - Silver Diobol26 views410/404 341/323 B.C.
1.25 gm, 10 mm
Obv.: Laureate head of Apollo facing
Rev.: Anchor, A to left, crayfish to right, ΣΩ (magistrate's initials) to left
Topalov Apollonia p.393, 1-3; p.596, 56;
Sear p. 165, 1657;
B.M.C. 15 (Mysia) p.9, 15

Topalov Type: "Full-Face Apollo's Head - Upright Anchor" silver diobol (410/404 341/323 B.C.)
Obv.: Full-face laureate Apollo with short hair.
Rev.: Magistrates' initials around the images. Upright anchor with thick flukes and a rectangular stock. The letter A on one side and the additional symbol of a crab viewed from above on the other side between flukes and the stock.
Jaimelai
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 56 - Silver Diobol5 views410/404 341/323 B.C.
1.25 gm, 11 mm
Obv.: Laureate head of Apollo facing
Rev.: Anchor, A to left, crayfish to right, ΣΩ (magistrate's initials) to left
Topalov Apollonia p.393, 1-3; p.596, 56;
Sear p. 165, 1657; HGC 1315;
B.M.C. 15 (Mysia) p.9, 15;
SNG Black Sea 175

Topalov Type: "Full-Face Apollo's Head - Upright Anchor" silver diobol (410/404 341/323 B.C.)
Obv.: Full-face laureate Apollo with short hair.
Rev.: Magistrates' initials around the images. Upright anchor with thick flukes and a rectangular stock. The letter A on one side and the additional symbol of a crab viewed from above on the other side between flukes and the stock
Jaimelai
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 56 - Silver Diobol - very worn49 views410 - 323 B.C.
0.59 gm, 8.78 mm
Obv.: Head of Apollo (or Medusa)
Rev.: Anchor, A to left, crayfish to right
Topalov Apollonia p.596, 56
Sear p.165, 1657
B.M.C. 15 (Mysia) p.9, 15

From Topalov Apollonia 2007: "Full-Face Apollo's Head - Upright Anchor" silver diobol (410/404 341/323 B.C.) Obv.: Full-face laureate Apollo with short hair. Rev.: Magistrates' initials around the images. Upright anchor with thick flukes and a rectangular stock. The letter A on one side and the additional symbol of a crab viewed from above on the other side between flukes and the stock.
Jaimelai
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 56 - Silver Diobol Fouree39 views410/404 - 341/323 B.C.
0.85 gm, 10.5 mm
Obv.: Laurate head of Apollo
Rev.: Anchor, A to left, crayfish to right
Topalov Apollonia p.596, 56
Sear p. 165, 1657, B.M.C. 15 (Mysia) p.9, 15

Topalov Type: "Full-Face Apollo's Head - Upright Anchor" Silver diobol (410/404 341/323 B.C.)
Obv.: Full-face laureate Apollo with short hair.
Rev.: Magistrates' initials around the images. Upright anchor with thick flukes and a rectangular stock. The letter A on one side and the additional symbol of a crab viewed from above on the other side between flukes and the stock
Jaimelai
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 57 - Silver Diobol - Thracian Imitation43 views410-323 B.C.
0.88 gm, 10.5 mm
Obv.: Laureate head of Apollo facing
Rev.: Anchor,
A to left, crayfish to right
Topalov Apollonia p.596, 57;
Sear p.165, 1657 (sim.);
B.M.C. 15 (Mysia) p.9, 15

From Topalov Apollonia 2007: "Probable Thracian Imitation of Full-Face Apollo's Head - Upright Anchor" Silver diobol
(410/404 341/323 B.C.)
Obv.: Stylized image of full-face Apollo's head.
Rev.: Stylized image of an upright anchor, symbol of a crab and the letter A .
Jaimelai
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Apollonia Pontica Topalov 63 - Bronze Tetrachalk; Topalov 73 - with solar symbol countermark169 views350 B.C.
3.95 gm, 16.5-19 mm.
Obv.: Apollo seated left on omphalos, right hand resting on bow, left on omphalos
Round solar symbol countermark over Apollo's left hand
Rev.: Anchor; A and A[KOYΣY/]ΛEΩΣ (magistrate's name partially flattened by countermark blow on opposite side) to left, crayfish to right
Topalov Apollonia p.414, 1; p.600, 63
D. Sear, Greek coins and their values, Vol. 1, p. 165, 1658,
BMC Mysia Apollonia ad Rhyndacum, p. 10, 17 var (magistrate)

Topalov Type: "Apollo sitting on the Omphalos Upright Anchor" Bronze Tetrachalk (about 350 B.C.)
Obv.: Apollo sitting on the omphalos, holding a bow in his right hand, his left hand hanging downwards or resting on the omphalos. Round solar symbol countermark over Apollo's left hand (second half of the 3rd c. B.C.)
Rev.: Magistrates' initials or names on the left or on the right. Upright anchor with thick flukes and a rectangular stock. The letter A on one side and the additional symbol of a crab viewed from above on the other side betwee flukes and the stock.
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AR Diobol of Apollonia Pontika, Pisidia.22 viewsLaurate head of Apollo facing,

Anchor, A to left, crayfish to right,

Topalov Apollonia p.596, 56;
Sear 1657; B.M.C. 15 (Mysia) p.9, 15

Thanks to Jaimaelai for the attribution.
Will Hooton
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AR Tetrobol of Mysia, Parion, 400-450 BC26 viewsObv: Facing head of Gorgon, Rev:Incuse cruciform with pellet at center, S 3917

2.88 gm, from AJS coins 2010
daverino
Asia_Minor.jpg
Asia Minor6 viewsAncient Greek coinage of Asia Minor: Black Sea Area (Bosporos, Kolchis, Pontos, Paphlagonia, & Bithynia), Western Asia Minor (Mysia, Troas, Aiolis, Lesbos, Ionia, Lydia, & Caria), & Central & Southern Asia Minor (Phrygia, Lycia, Pamphylia, Pisidia, Lycanonia, Cilicia, Galata, Cappadocia).Christian T
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Asia Minor, Mysia, Kyzikos?, Tetartemorion9 viewsAsia Minor uncertain
Kyzikos, Mysia ??
AR Tetartemorion, 510-480 B.C.
Obv.: forepart of boar? right
Rev.: incuse punch
Ag, 0.14g, 5mm
Ref.: -
Ex Helios Numismatik
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Asia Minor, Kyzikos, Mysia119 viewsObol (Silver, 0.83 g 9mm), c. 475. Forepart of boar to left with on shoulder; behind, tunny fish. Rev. Lions head with open jaws to left. SNG Paris 378. SNG von Aulock 7333. Von Fritze 11.

Sold at Baltimore Coin Show - 3/26/09
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Asia Minor, Mysia, Gambrion21 viewsGambrion, Mysia
350-250 BC
Obv.: Laureate head of Apollo left
Rev.: Bull butting left; star above. ΓΑΜ in exergue
, 2.65g, 16.2x19.2mm
Ref.: SNG France 906-7, SNG Cop. 154-155
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Asia Minor, Mysia, Kyzikos24 viewsKyzikos, Mysia
AR obol, 525 - 475 B.C.
Obv.: forepart of boar left, reversed E on side, tunny fish behind
Rev.: head of roaring lion left within incuse square
Ag, 0.77g, 13.3x10.3mm
Ref.: SNG France 377-8, BMC Mysia p. 35, 118
Ex Gitbud & Naumann
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Asia Minor, Mysia, Lampsakos, Herakles, Athena5 viewsMysia, Lampsakos
AE10, 4th-3rd centuries BC
Obv.: Head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin
Rev.: Helmeted head of Athena right, ΛA below
, 0.97g, 10mm
Ref.: Klein 274
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Asia Minor, Mysia, Parion21 viewsParion, Mysia
Hemidrachm
4th century BC
Obv.: Facing gorgoneion surrounded by snakes
Rev.: ΠΑ / ΡΙ, Bull standing left, head reverted. Monogram below
Ag, 13mm, 2.27g
Ref.: SNG France 1390
Ex Pecunem Gitbud&Naumann 21 auction, Lot 200
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Asia Minor, Mysia, Parion, Gorgoneion 11 viewsParion, Mysia
Hemidrachm
4th century BC
Obv.: Facing gorgoneion surrounded by snakes
Rev.: ΠΑ / ΡΙ, Bull standing left, head reverted. star below
Ag, 13mm, 2.41g
Ref.: SNG von Aulock 1322
Ex Pecunem Gitbud&Naumann 26 auction, Lot 185
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Asia Minor, Mysia, Parium, Severus Alexander, Asclepios18 viewsSeverus Alexander
Mysia, Parium
Obv.: IMP CAEƧ L ƧEP ƧE ALEXANDER, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right
Rev.: DEO AEƧ VB (Deo Aesculapius subvenienti - to Aesculapius, the god who helps), Asclepius seated right, holding raised foreleg of bull standing left, C G H I P (Colonia Gemella Iulia Hadriana Pariana) in exergue.
, 19mm, 5.27g
Ref.: SNG Cop - , BMC - , SNG BN - , SNG von Aulock -, ISEGRIM-, RPC VI temp 3871
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Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Apollo, bulls heads, club 10 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE8, 420-400 BC
Early small bronze coin. This is among the first bronze coins of Pergamon.
Obv.: Laureate head of Apollo right
Rev.: Confronted bulls heads; club above, ΠΕΡΓA below.
AE, 0.73g, 8mm
Ref.: BMC Mysia, Pergamon 3
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Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Apollo, bulls heads, pine cone13 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE10, 420-400 BC
Obv.: Laureate head of Apollo right
Rev.: Confronted bulls heads; Pine cone above, ΠΕΡΓA below.
AE, 0.81g, 9.5mm
Ref.: ?
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Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Apollo, bulls heads, torch6 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE9, 420-400 BC
Obv.: Laureate head of Apollo right
Rev.: Confronted bulls heads; Torch above, ΠΕΡΓA below.
AE, 0.64g, 9mm
Ref.: ?
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Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Apollo, Calf's head 8 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AR Obol (ca. 420 BC).
Obv.: Laureate head of Apollo right.
Rev.: Calf's head right, eye to left, ΠΕΡΓ to right, all within incuse square
Ag, 0.5g, 5mm
Ref.: SNG France 1555-1556
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Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Apollo, Satrap18 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AR Diobol (ca. 450 BC).
Obv.: Laureate head of Apollo right.
Rev.: ΠΕΡΓ, Bearded head of satrap right, wearing Persian tiara, within incuse square.
Ag, 1.66g, 12mm
Ref.: BMC Myisa 1 var., SNG France 1546-8, SNG von Aulock 1347
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Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Asklepios, Eagle17 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE20, Early-mid 2nd century BC
Obv.: Head of Asklepios right
Rev.: Π-EΡ-Γ-A / MHNΩN. Eagle standing left, head right, on thunderbolt..
AE, 6.97g, 19.3x20.5mm
Ref.: SNG Copenhagen 379, SNG BN 18701
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Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Asklepios, Eagle, Demetrios magistrate 23 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE21
Demetrios, magistrate.
Obv.: ΔHMHTΡIOΥ, Head of Asklepios right
Rev.: Π-EΡ-Γ-A / MHNΩN. Eagle standing left, head right, on thunderbolt..
AE, 7.95g, 21mm
Ref.: SNG v. Aulock 1380
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Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Asklepios, Eagle, Seleukos magistrate20 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE24, Circa 200-133 BC
Seleukos, magistrate.
Obv.: ΣΕΛΕΥΚΟΥ, Head of Asklepios right
Rev.: Π-EΡ-Γ-A / MHNΩN. Eagle standing left, head right, on thunderbolt..
AE, 8.04g, 24.4mm
Ref.: SNG von Aulock 7491; SNG Copenhagen 378.
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Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Asklepios, Serpent-entwined staff9 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE17, Circa 133-27 BC
Obv.: Head of Asklepios right
Rev.: AΣKΛHΠ / ΣΩTHP, Serpent-entwined staff.
AE, 3.50g, 17mm
Ref.: SNG France 1828-48, SNG Copenhagen 370-6, BMC 154-7.
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Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Asklepios, snake, Omphalos 12 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE 21, 200-133 BC
Obv.: laureate head of bearded Asklepios
Rev.: ΑΣΚΛΗΠΙΟΥ ΣΩΤΗΡΟΣ, snake coiled around omphalos, without monogram
AE, 8.20g, 21mm
Ref.: SNG von Aulock 1372, SNG BN 1806, SNG France 51807 (25 ex.)
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Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Asklepios, snake, Omphalos, monogram and X30 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE 20, 200-133 BC
Obv.: laureate head of bearded Asklepios
Rev.: ΑΣΚΛΗΠΙΟΥ ΣΩΤΗΡΟΣ, snake coiled around omphalos, X and monogram
AE, 6.38g, 19.9mm
Ref.: SNG France 1803 var (monogram)
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Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Asklepios, snake, Omphalos, monogram below19 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE 20, 200-133 BC
Obv.: laureate head of bearded Asklepios
Rev.: ΑΣΚΛΗΠΙΟΥ ΣΩΤΗΡΟΣ, snake coiled around omphalos, monogram below,left
AE, 6.37g, 21mm
Ref.:
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Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Asklepios, snake, Omphalos, owl7 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE 17
Obv.: laureate head of bearded Asklepios
Rev.: AΣKΛHΠIOY ΣΩTHPOΣ, Asklepian snake coiled around omphalos, owl standing on the snake's back
AE, 8.66g, 17.3mm
Ref.: BMC Mysia p. 129, 160; SNGvA 1371; SNG BnF 1813; SNG Cop -
Ex Forvm Ancient Coins
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Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Athena, bull heads29 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE17, 310-282 BC
Obv.: Helmeted and laureate head of Athena left
Rev.: ΠΕΡΓΑ, Confronted bull heads.
AE, 4.01g, 16.8mm
Ref.: SNG France 1577 ff.
Ex Pecunem 20, Lot 212
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Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Athena, bull heads21 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE17, 310-282 BC
Obv.: Helmeted and laureate head of Athena left
Rev.: ΠΕΡΓΑ, Confronted bull heads.
AE, 4.83g, 16.6mm
Ref.: SNG France 1577 ff.
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Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Athena, bull heads, A above10 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE10
Obv.: Helmeted head of Athena right
Rev.: ΠΕΡΓA, Confronted bull heads, letter A above
AE, 0.85g, 10mm
Ref.: SNG Copenhagen volume 19 #329
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Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Athena, bull heads, bee11 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE18
Obv.: Helmeted and laureate head of Athena left
Rev.: ΠΕΡΓ, Confronted bull heads, bee above
AE, 3.39 g, 18 mm
Ref.: BMC 16 var., Weber 5162
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Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Athena, bull heads, ivy leave17 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE10
310-284 BC
Obv.: Helmeted and laureate head of Athena left
Rev.: ΠΕΡΓ, Confronted bull heads, ivy leave above
AE, 0.98g, 10mm
Ref.: BMC Mysia p. 111, #16
Ex Gitbud&Naumann
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Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Athena, bull, A10 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE16, 3rd 310-283 BC
Obv: Helmeted head of Athena right.
Rev: ΠΕΡΓA, Head and neck of bull right, A left
AE, 4.04g, 16mm
BMC Mysia p.112, 18
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Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Athena, bull, owl 9 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE18, 3rd century BC
Obv: Helmeted head of Athena left.
Rev: ΠΕΡΓA, Head and neck of bull left, owl right, without monogram
AE, 4.23g, 17mm
SNG von Aulock 1352; SNG Paris 1574
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Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Athena, bull, owl13 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE18, 3rd century BC
Obv: Helmeted head of Athena left. (countermark on helmet)
Rev: ΠΕΡΓA, Head and neck of bull left, owl right, monogram above
AE, 4.48g, 17x18mm
SNG Copenhagen 333; SNG France 1575, BMC Mysia p.112, 20-21
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Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Athena, Herakles14 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE10, c. 300 B.C.
Obv.: Helmeted head of Athena right, ΠΕΡΓ below
Rev.: Head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin
AE, 0.86g, 10mm
Ref.: BMC Mysia p. 112, 22
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Pergamon_14.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Athena, Hercules8 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE9, c. 300 B.C.
Obv.: Helmeted head of Athena right, ΠΕΡΓ right
Rev.: Head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin
AE, 1.04g, 9.3mm
Ref.: BMC Mysia p. 112, 22 var.
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Pergamon_37.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Athena, Ivy leaf14 viewsMysia, Pergamon
KINGS of PERGAMON. Philetairos
AE11, 282-263 BC
Obv.: Helmeted head of Athena right
Rev.: ΦIΛE/TAIΡOΥ, Ivy leaf
AE, 11mm, 1.5g
Ref.: SNG France 1676-7 and 1679-81
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Pergamon_1.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Athena, Stars21 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE9, 310-284 BC
Obv.: Helmeted head of Athena right, countermark "x"?
Rev.: ΠΕΡΓ, Two stars, Θ above
AE, 1.11 g, 9.4 mm
Ref.: SNG Cop. 325
Ex Lanz Numismatik
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Pergamon_41.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Athena, trophy (small), without monogram 10 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE18, 2nd Century B.C.
Obv: helmeted head of Athena right
Rev.: AΘHNAΣ NIKHΦOΡOΥ, trophy of arms
AE, 7.76g, 18mm
Ref.: SNG France 1875
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G_296_Pergamon_fac.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Athena, trophy, ΘA monogram6 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE16, c. 300 B.C.
Obv.: Head of Athena right, wearing three-crested Corinthian helmet with cheek-pieces lifted up
Rev.: ΑΘΗΝΑΣ ΝΙΚΗΦΟΡΟΥ, trophy of arms, ΘA monogram to left.
AE, 5.46g, 16mm
Ref.: SNG France 1885; Tuebingen 2429
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Pergamon_11.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Athena, trophy, ΠΕΡΓ monogram20 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE18, 2nd Century B.C.
Obv: helmeted head of Athena right
Rev.: AΘHNAΣ NIKHΦOΡOΥ, trophy of arms, ΠΕΡΓ monogram right
AE, 6.48g, 17.6mm
Ref.: SNG Von Aulock 1374, SNG Cop 396, SNG France 1875
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Pergamon_27.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Athena, trophy, OΔ monogram12 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE18, c. 300 B.C.
Obv.: Head of Athena right, wearing three-crested Corinthian helmet with cheek-pieces lifted up
Rev.: ΑΘΗΝΑΣ ΝΙΚΗΦΟΡΟΥ, trophy of arms, OΔ monogram to left.
AE, 6.31g, 17.7mm
Ref.: SNG France 1893
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Pergamon_04.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Attalos I 24 viewsKings of Pergamon
Attalos I, 241-197 BC
AR Tetradrachm
Obv.: Laureate head of Philetairos right.
Rev.: ΦIΛETAIPOY, Athena seated left, holding spear, left elbow on shield, wreath held in right hand; in right field, bow; in left, bunch of grapes, between monogram A
Ag, 16.96g, 27.6mm
Ref.: Westermark, Ph. 62, Gruppe IV:B, Winterthur 2617
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Pergamon_16.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Boar, Symbol, Triskleles, Apollo?29 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE9, c. 300 BC
Obv.: Laureate head of Apollo? right
Rev.: ΠΕΡΓ, boars head right, symbol above, triskeles below
AE, 0.92g, 9.2mm
Ref.: ???
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Pergamon_40.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, boukranion, owl12 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE21, 2nd-1st centuries BC
Obv: Facing boukranion; star above.
Rev: ΞOATIΣ, Owl standing right on palm, head left, wings spread; monogram to left.
AE, 8.70g, 21mm
Ref.: SNG Tbingen 2442
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Pergamon_19.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, cista mystica, serpents 34 viewsMysia, Pergamon
Cistophoric Tetradrachm, c. 85-76 BC
Obv.: Serpent emerging from cista mystica with raised lid, all within ivy wreath with fruits.
Rev.: Bow case between two coiled serpents; to left, monogram of Pergamon; above, AΠ, monogram and star; to right, thyrsos.
Ag, 28.46mm, 12g
Ref.: SNG Paris 1726. SNG von Aulock 1369
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G_271_Pergamon_fac.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, cista mystica, serpents, club with lions skin6 viewsMysia, Pergamon
Cistophoric Tetradrachm
Obv.: Serpent emerging from cista mystica with raised lid, all within ivy wreath with fruits.
Rev.: Bow case between two coiled serpents; to left, monogram of Pergamon; MH above; to right; serpent-entwined club with lions skin to right.
Ag, 28mm, 12.57g
Ref.: Kleiner-Noe, Series 31b, 102-5
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G_269_Pergamon_fac~0.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, cista mystica, serpents, helmet5 viewsMysia, Pergamon
Cistophoric Tetradrachm
Obv.: Serpent emerging from cista mystica with raised lid, all within ivy wreath with fruits.
Rev.: Bow case between two coiled serpents; to left, monogram of Pergamon; to right, Macedonian helmet facing
Ag, 29.5mm, 12.70g
Ref.:
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G_270_Pergamon_fac.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, cista mystica, serpents, NI6 viewsMysia, Pergamon
Cistophoric Tetradrachm
Obv.: Serpent emerging from cista mystica with raised lid, all within ivy wreath with fruits.
Rev.: Bow case between two coiled serpents; to left, monogram of Pergamon; to right, NI
Ag, 29mm, 12.26g
Ref.: SNG France 1709
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Pergamon_45.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Herakles, Athena10 viewsMysia, Pergamon
Diobol, 330-284 BC
Obv.: head of Herakles right, clad in lion's skin
Rev.: ΠEΡΓAM, cult statue of Athena standing facing, holding spear and shield
Ag, 1.27g, 11mm
Ref.: SNG Paris 1558
Ex Solidus Numsimatik, auction11, Lot 100
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Pergamon_10.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Herakles, Athena / mirrored reverse18 viewsMysia, Pergamon
Diobol, 330-284 BC
Obv.: head of Herakles right, clad in lion's skin
Rev.: mirrored !! - ΠEΡΓAM, cult statue of Athena standing facing, holding spear and shield
Ag, 1.23g, 11mm
Ref.: ---
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G_322_Pergamon_fac.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Hermes, kerykeion.8 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE17
Obv.: Draped bust of Hermes to right; wing on head.
Rev.: ΠΕΡΓΑΜΗΝΩΝ; winged kerykeion.
AE, 17mm, 2.70g
Ref.: unpublished type
(Same obverse (die match) as H. v. Fritze. - Berlin, 1910, pl. III, 26, but with kerykeion instead of tree/serpent on the reverse)
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Pergamon_51.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Hygieia , Snake, Omphalos28 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE15, ca 133-27 BC
Obv.: ΑΣΚΛΗΠΙΑΔΟΥ, draped bust of Hygieia right
Rev.: ΑΣΚΛΗΠΙΟΥ ΚΑΙ ΥΓΕΙΑΣ, snake coiled around omphalos
AE, 3.21g, 15mm
Ref.: SNG France 1938-1940; BMC 163; SNG Cop. 380
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Pergamon_03.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Nike, Athena29 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE18, 200-133 BC
Obv.: Head of Athena right, wearing Attic helmet with star
Rev.: ΠEΡΓAM Nike standing right, holding wreath and palm
AE, 17X18.4mm, 5.85g
Ref.: SNG Cop 359
Ex Gitbud&Naumann
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Pergamon_42.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Nike, Athena, Choreios magistrate 23 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE21, Circa 133-27 BC
Choreios, magistrate
Obv.: Head of Athena right, wearing crested helmet; XOPEIOY (magistrate) below
Rev.: ΠΕΡΓΑΜΗΝΩΝ, Nike standing right, holding wreath and palm.
AE, 7.11g, 21mm
Ref.: SNG France 1800-2
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Pergamon_34.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Nike, Athena, Diodoros magistrate11 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE19, Circa 2nd - 1st Century BC
Diodoros, magistrate
Obv.: Head of Athena right, wearing crested helmet; ΔIOΔΩΡOΥ (magistrate) below
Rev.: ΠΕΡΓΑΜΗΝΩΝ, Nike standing right, holding wreath and palm.
AE, 7.66g, 18.8mm
Ref.: SNG von Aulock 1378; SNG Copenhagen 364
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Pergamon_24.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Owl with closed wings, Athena15 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE12
Obv: Helmeted head of Athena right.
Rev: ΑΘΗΝΑΣ ΝΙΚΗΦΟΡΟΥ, Owl standing slightly right
AE, 0.85g, 11.7mm
Ref.: SNG Copenhagen 381-2, var (size, no wreath)
Ex Bankhaus Aufhuser 1988
Ex Dr. P. Vogl collection
Ex Pecunem Gitbud&Naumann Auction 42, Lot 195
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Pergamon_26.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Owl with closed wings, Athena, 27 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE18
Obv: Helmeted head of Athena right, countermark griffin
Rev: ΑΘΗΝΑΣ ΑΡΕΙΑΣ, Owl standing slightly right, all within ring of lines and dots
AE, 5.45g, 18.3mm
Ref.: SNG von Aulock 7488
Ex Gitbud&Naumann 2015
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G_305_Pergamon_fac.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Owl with closed wings, wreath, Athena4 viewsMysia, Pergamon
Obv: Helmeted head of Athena right, decorated with 8-pointed star
Rev: ΑΘΗΝΑΣ, ΝΙΚΗΦΟΡΟΥ, ethnic vertically downward to right and left of owl standing facing 3/4 to right; all within laurel-wreath.
, 12.7mm, 1.50g
Ref.: SNG Copenhagen 381-2; BMC 185-6.
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Pergamon_02.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Owl, Athena33 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE18, 200-30 BC
Obv.: Head of Athena right, wearing Attic helmet with star
Rev.: AΘHNAΣ NIKHΦOPOY, owl with closed wings on thunderbolt
AE, 18mm, 3.29g
Ref.: SGCV II 3964
Ex Gitbud&Naumann
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Pergamon_15.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Owl, Athena21 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE, 200-133 BC
Obv.: Head of Athena right, wearing Attic helmet with star
Rev.: little Owl with spread wings standing on palm, ΑΘΗΝΑΣ ΝΙΚΗΦΟΡΟΥ above and below, without monogram
AE, 3.70g, 18.6mm
Ref.: SNG France 1920-4
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Pergamon_09.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Owl, Athena, Π Δ monogram36 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE17, 200-133 BC
Obv.: Head of Athena right, wearing Attic helmet with star
Rev.: Owl with spread wings standing on palm, ΑΘΗΝΑΣ ΝΙΚΗΦΟΡΟΥ above and below, monograms Π Δ below
AE, 2.51g, 17.3mm
Ref.: BMC 133, 201
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Pergamon_44.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Owl, Athena, ΓA HM monograms 18 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE18, 200-133 BC
Obv.: Head of Athena right, wearing Attic helmet with star
Rev.: Owl with spread wings standing on palm, ΑΘΗΝΑΣ ΝΙΚΗΦΟΡΟΥ above and below, ΓA HM monograms
AE, 3.28g, 16mm
Ref.:
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Pergamon_46.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Owl, Athena, ΓA MA monograms 11 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE18, 200-133 BC
Obv.: Head of Athena right, wearing Attic helmet with star
Rev.: Owl with spread wings standing on palm, ΑΘΗΝΑΣ ΝΙΚΗΦΟΡΟΥ above and below, ΓA MA? monograms
AE, 3.28g, 15.4mm
Ref.:
Ex Forvm Ancient Coins Shop
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Pergamon_38.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Owl, Athena, ΣAΣ A[P] monograms 12 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE17, 200-133 BC
Obv.: Head of Athena right, wearing Attic helmet with star
Rev.: Owl with spread wings standing on palm, ΑΘΗΝΑΣ ΝΙΚΗΦΟΡΟΥ above and below, monograms ΣAΣ A[P] left and right
(the first Σ in the monogram area might be the last letter of ΑΘΗΝΑΣ)
AE, 3.01g, 16.5mm
Ref.:
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Pergamon_24~0.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Owl, Athena, A PA monograms19 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE16-17, 200-133 BC
Obv.: Head of Athena right, wearing Attic helmet with star
Rev.: Owl with spread wings standing on palm, ΑΘΗΝΑΣ ΝΙΚΗΦΟΡΟΥ above and below, monograms A PA left and right
AE, 2.48g, 16.4mm
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G_317_Pergamon_fac.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Owl, Athena, AP MH monograms6 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE16, 200-133 BC
Obv.: Head of Athena right, wearing Attic helmet with star
Rev.: Owl with spread wings standing on palm, ΑΘΗΝΑΣ ΝΙΚΗΦΟΡΟΥ above and below, AP MH monograms left and right
AE, 3.26g, 16mm
Ref.: BMC 202
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G_282_Pergamon_fac.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Owl, Athena, club, Γ 15 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE15, 200-133 BC
Obv.: Head of Athena right, wearing Attic helmet with star
Rev.: Owl with spread wings standing on palm, ΑΘΗΝΑΣ ΝΙΚΗΦΟΡΟΥ above and below, club and large Γ left and right
AE, 2.67g, 15mm
Ref.:
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G_349_Pergamon_fac.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Owl, Athena, club, B4 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE16, 200-133 BC
Obv.: Head of Athena right, wearing Attic helmet with star
Rev.: Owl with spread wings standing on palm, ΑΘΗΝΑΣ ΝΙΚΗΦΟΡΟΥ above and below, club and B left and right
AE, 2.58g, 16mm
Ref.:apparently unpublished
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Pergamon_20.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Owl, Athena, K Σ monogram25 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE18, 200-133 BC
Obv.: Head of Athena right, wearing Attic helmet with star
Rev.: little Owl with spread wings standing on palm, ΑΘΗΝΑΣ ΝΙΚΗΦΟΡΟΥ above and below, K Σ monogram
AE, 2,99g, 17.6mm
Ref.: SNG France 1920-2
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G_315_Pergamon_fac.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Owl, Athena, MΦ ΓA monograms8 viewsAsia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Owl, Athena, MΦ ΓA monograms
Mysia, Pergamon
AE17, 200-133 BC
Obv.: Head of Athena right, wearing Attic helmet with star
Rev.: Owl with spread wings standing on palm, ΑΘΗΝΑΣ ΝΙΚΗΦΟΡΟΥ above and below, monograms MΦ / ΓA below
AE, 3.25g, 16mm
Ref.: BMC p.133, 204
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Pergamon_12.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Owl, Athena, MH monogram26 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE17, 200-133 BC
Obv.: Head of Athena right, wearing Attic helmet with star
Rev.: Owl with spread wings standing on palm, ΑΘΗΝΑΣ ΝΙΚΗΦΟΡΟΥ above and below, MH monogram left
AE, 2.55g, 16.2mm
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Pergamon_33.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Owl, Athena, TK ΠΛ monograms15 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE17, 200-133 BC
Obv.: Head of Athena right, wearing Attic helmet with star
Rev.: Owl with spread wings standing on palm, ΑΘΗΝΑΣ ΝΙΚΗΦΟΡΟΥ above and below, monograms TK ΠΛ left and right
AE, 2.83g, 16.7mm
Ref.: SNG France 1913
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Pergamon_08.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Philetairos, Apollo, Tripod17 viewsKings of Pergamon
ca. 200-130 BC
AE 11
Obv.: Laureate head of Apollo right
Rev.: ΦΙΛΕ / TAIPOY, Tripod
AE, 1.33g, 11.6x10.8mm
Ref.: SNG France 1688-90, SNG Cop 354, BMC 120.33, SNG von Aulock 7456
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Pergamon_23.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Philetairos, Athena, Asklepios 21 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE16, 282 - 263 B.C.
Pergamene Kingdom, Philetairos
Obv: Helmeted head of Athena right.
Rev: ΦΙΛΕΤΑΙΡΟΥ, Asklepios seated left, feeding snake out of patera.
AE, 3.01g, 15.7mm
Ref.: SNG France 1643-9; SNG von Aulock 1363.
Ex Bankhaus Aufhuser 1989
Ex Dr. P. Vogl collection
Ex Pecunem Gitbud&Naumann Auction 42, Lot 194

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Pergamon_60.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Philetairos, Athena, Asklepios, monogram, Δ10 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE16, 282 - 263 B.C.
Pergamene Kingdom, Philetairos
Obv: Helmeted head of Athena right.
Rev: ΦΙΛΕΤΑΙΡΟΥ, Asklepios seated left, feeding snake out of patera, monogram left above and Δ below patera
AE, 4.24g, 18mm
Ref.:
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Pergamon_17.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Philetairos, Athena, bow17 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE12, after 282 B.C.
Pergamene Kingdom, Philetairos
Obv.: head of Athena right, wearing helmet decorated with a griffin
Rev.: ΦIΛE/TAIΡOΥ, bow
AE, 12.3mm, 1.75g
Ref.: BMC Mysia p. 119, 54; SGCV II 7233
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G_280_Pergamon_fac.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Philetairos, Athena, bow, arrowhead4 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE12, after 282 B.C.
Pergamene Kingdom, Philetairos
Obv.: head of Athena right, wearing helmet decorated with a griffin
Rev.: ΦIΛE/TAIΡOΥ, bow, arrowhead within
AE, 13mm, 2.06g
Ref.:
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G_267_Pergamon.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Philetairos, Athena, bow, barley grains9 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE13, 282 - 133 B.C.
Pergamene Kingdom, Philetairos
Obv.: head of Athena right, wearing helmet
Rev.: ΦIΛE/TAIΡOΥ, bow, two barley grains left
AE, 2.06 g, 13 mm
Ref.:
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Pergamon_58.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Philetairos, Athena, bow, circle below15 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE14, 281 - 197 B.C.
Pergamene Kingdom, Philetairos
Obv.: head of Athena right, wearing helmet decorated with a griffin
Rev.: ΦIΛE/TAIΡOΥ, bow, circle below
AE, 14mm, 1.93g
Ref.: BMC Mysia, p.119, 59
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G_297_Pergamon_fac.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Philetairos, Athena, bow, crescent5 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE12, 282 - 133 B.C.
Pergamene Kingdom, Philetairos
Obv.: head of Athena right, wearing helmet
Rev.: ΦIΛE/TAIΡOΥ, bow, crescent right (below the E of ΦIΛE)
AE, 2.20 g, 12 mm
Ref.:
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Pergamon_47.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Philetairos, Athena, bow, ivy leaf13 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE12, after 282 B.C.
Pergamene Kingdom, Philetairos
Obv.: head of Athena right, wearing helmet decorated with a griffin
Rev.: ΦIΛE/TAIΡOΥ, bow, ivy leaf right
AE, 12mm, 1.83g
Ref.:
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Pergamon_30.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Philetairos, Athena, bow, monogram within14 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE12, 282 - 133 B.C.
Pergamene Kingdom, Philetairos
Obv.: head of Athena right, wearing helmet decorated with a griffin
Rev.: ΦIΛE/TAIΡOΥ, bow, tiny monogram within
AE, 11.8mm, 1.65g
Ref.: SNG Cop 349; BMC Mysia p. 119, 58
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Pergamon_53.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Philetairos, Athena, bow, palm branch12 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE13, after 282 B.C.
Pergamene Kingdom, Philetairos
Obv.: head of Athena right, wearing helmet decorated with a griffin
Rev.: ΦIΛE/TAIΡOΥ, bow, palm branch below
AE, 13mm, 2.07g
Ref.: SNG STOCKHOLM 2087?
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Pergamon_36.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Philetairos, Athena, bow, star in upper right field14 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE13, 282 - 133 B.C.
Pergamene Kingdom, Philetairos
Obv.: head of Athena right, wearing helmet decorated with a griffin
Rev.: ΦIΛE/TAIΡOΥ, bow, star in upper right field
AE, 13mm, 1.84g
Ref.: SNG von Aulock 1365
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Pergamon_54.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Philetairos, Athena, serpent, ΔTP monogram 19 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE15, 282 - 263 B.C.
Pergamene Kingdom, Philetairos
Obv.: Head of Athena right, wearing helmet decorated with a griffin
Rev.: [Φ]IΛETAI[ΡOΥ], Serpent coiled right, ΔTP monogram to left.
AE, 15mm
Ref.:
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Pergamon_22.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Philetairos, Athena, serpent, HP monogram15 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE15, 282 - 263 B.C.
Pergamene Kingdom, Philetairos
Obv.: Head of Athena right, wearing helmet decorated with a griffin
Rev.: [ΦI]ΛETA[IΡOΥ], Serpent coiled right, HP monogram to left.
AE, 14.6mm, 2.49g
Ref.: SNG France 1650 var.
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G_284_Pergamon_fac.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Philetairos, Athena, serpent, PΠY (?) monogram8 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE15, 282 - 263 B.C.
Pergamene Kingdom, Philetairos
Obv.: Head of Athena right, wearing helmet decorated with a griffin
Rev.: [Φ]IΛETAIΡ[OΥ], Serpent coiled right, PΠY (?) monogram to left.
AE, 14mm, 3.56g
Ref.:
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G_277_Pergamon_fac.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Philetairos, Athena, thyrsos, Δ 4 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE14, 282 - 133 BC
Obv.: head of Athena right in crested helmet
Rev.: filleted thyrsos, "Δ" monogram on left below fillet, ΦIΛETAIΡ[OΥ] downward on right
AE, 3.93g, 14.0mm
Ref.:
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Pergamon_39.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Philetairos, Athena, thyrsos, Δ AM monograms15 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE14, 282 - 133 BC
Obv.: head of Athena right in crested helmet
Rev.: filleted thyrsos, "Δ" monogram on left above fillet, "AM" monogram on left below fillet, ΦIΛETAIΡ[OΥ] downward on right
AE, 3.61g, 14.0mm
Ref.: BMC Mysia p. 121, 70 var. (monogram)
Ex FORVM Ancient Coins Shop
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Pergamon_56.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, Pergamon, Philetairos, star13 viewsMysia, Pergamon
AE9
Pergamene Kingdom, Philetairos
Obv.: Head of Athena right, wearing helmet
Rev.: [Φ]IΛE-TAIΡOΥ, star
AE, 9mm, 0.75g
Ref.: BMC Mysia 63
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R665_Antoninus_Pius_pergamon_fac.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, RPC, Pergamon, Antoninus Pius, Serapis 5 viewsAntoninus Pius
Pergamon, Mysia
Magistrate Quartos (strategos for the second time)
AE 21, c. AD 144-158
Obv.: ΑV ΤΙ ΑΙ ΑΔΡ ΑΝΤΩΝƐΙΝΟС, laureate head of Antoninus Pius, r.
Rev.: ƐΠΙ СΤΡ ΚοVΑΡΤοV ΤΟ Β ΠƐΡΓΑ, Serapis seated left, extending arm over Cerberus, holding long sceptre
AE, 7.23g, 21mm
Ref.: RPC IV 3195, Weisser 610, BMC 281, Cop 484
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Asia Minor, Mysia, RPC, Pergamon, Augustus22 viewsAugustus
Pergamon, Mysia, AD 1
Ae 21
Obv.: CEBACTON KE ΦA, Statue of Augustus, standing facing and holding scepter, within distyle temple.
Rev.: ΠEPΓAMHNΩN KAI CAPΔIANΩN, Demos of Pergamon crowning Demos of Sardeis.
AE, 5.46g, 20.8x22.2mm
Ref.: RPC 2362, SNG Copenhagen 519.
ex Knker auction 83, lot 707
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Asia Minor, Mysia, RPC, Pergamon, Augustus, Basin13 viewsAugustus
Pergamon, Mysia
Ae 20
Obv: [ΣEBAΣTOI] KAIΣAΡI BOYΛAIΩI, Bare head right.
Rev: A ΦOΥ[ΡIOΣ IEΡEΥΣ ΓΥMN]AΣIAΡΧΩN ΠEΡΓAMHNΩN, Basin.
AE, 3.97g, 19.9mm
Ref.: RPC I 2360
Ex Pecunem Gitbud&Naumann auction 31, Lot 349
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Asia Minor, Mysia, RPC, Pergamon, Augustus, RPC I 23558 viewsAugustus
Pergamon, Mysia, 27 BC-AD 14
Ae 18
Obv.: ΠЄPΓAMHNOI CЄBACTON, Laureate head right; to right, capricorn right.
Rev.: AYTOKPATOPA KAICAPA, Tetrastyle temple, containing facing statue of Augustus.
AE, 18mm, 4.37g
Ref.: RPC I 2355
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Asia Minor, Mysia, RPC, Pergamon, Claudius, Temple10 viewsClaudius
Pergamon, Mysia, AD 41-54
Ae 18
Obv.: KΛΑΥΔΙΟΝ ΚΑΙCΑΡΑ CEBACTON, Bare head right.
Rev.: CEBACTON / PERΓΑΜΕΝΟΙ, Statue of Augustus, holding spear, within tetrastyle temple.
AE, 6.01 g, 18 mm
Ref.: RPC 2370
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Asia Minor, Mysia, RPC, Pergamon, Commodus, Telesphorus 17 viewsCommodus
Pergamon, Mysia, 175177
Obv.: Λ ΑΥΡ ΑΙΛ ΚΟΜΜΟΔΟΣ, head of Commodus
Rev.: ΠΕΡΓΑΜΗΝΩΝ, shrine enclosing statue of Telesphorus
Ae, 21mm, 3.83g
Ref.: BMC 302 (same dies), Weisser 1080
Ex Hauck & Aufhuser
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Pergamon_32.jpg
Asia Minor, Mysia, RPC, Pergamon, Gaius and Lucius7 viewsMysia, Pergamon
grammateus Kephalion
19, struck 1 AD
Obv.: ΓAION KEΦAΛIΩN, Bare head of Gaius
Rev.: ΛЄYKION, Bare head of Lucius
, 19mm, 2.84g
Ref.: RPC 2363
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Asia Minor, Mysia, RPC, Pergamon, Hadrian, Telesphorus17 viewsHadrian
Pergamon, Mysia
Magistrate Cl. Cephalin
AE 16, AD 118
Obv.: ΑΥ ΚΑΙ ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟ, laureate head of Hadrian, with drapery on left shoulder
Rev.: [ΠΕΡΓΑ С]ΤΡΑ ΚΛ ΚΕΦΑΛΙΩ(ΝΟ), ΤΟ Β, Telesphorus standing facing
AE, 2.66g, 16mm
Ref.: RPC III 1734 (same reverse die)
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Asia Minor, Mysia, RPC, Pergamon, Septimius Severus, Asklepios 6 viewsSeptimius Severus
Pergamon, Mysia
AE 18, AD 193-211
Obv: ΑVP KAI CEBHPOC, Laureate head right.
Rev: ΠΕΡΓΑΜΗΝΩΝ B, Asklepios standing facing, head left, holding staff entwined by snake.
AE, 3.79, 18mm
Ref.: SNG France 2203, Voegtli, FvP 33, 393
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Asia Minor, Mysia, RPC, Pergamon, Trajan Decius, Asclepius, Hermes14 viewsTrajan Decius
Pergamon, Mysia
Magistrate: Kominios Phlabios Glukn (strategos and theologos)
AE 35
Obv: ΑΥΤ Κ Γ ΜƐϹ ΚΥΙ ΤΡΑΙΑΝΟϹ ΔƐΚΙΟϹ, radiate, draped and cuirassed bust of Decius, r.
Rev: ƐΠΙ Ϲ ΚΟΜ Φ ΓΛΥΚΩΝΟϹ, ΠƐΡΓΑΜΗΝΩΝ ΠΡΩ Γ ΝƐΩ, at l., Asclepius, standing facing, holding serpent staff; at r., nude Hermes, standing l., holding purse and caduceus
AE, 21.1g, 35mm
Ref.: Lindgren I-311, RPC Vol. IX, 544 (same dies)
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Asia Minor, Mysia, RPC, Pergamon, Trajan, Temple8 viewsTrajan
Pergamon, Mysia
AE 29, AD 98-117
Obv: ΑVΤΟΚ ΚΑΙС ΝЄΡΒΑС ΤΡΑΙΑΝΟС СЄB ΓЄPM ΔΑΚI, Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right.
Rev: ΦΙΛΙΟС ΖЄVС ΤΡΑΙΑΝΟС ΠЄΡΓΑΜΗΝΩΝ, tetrastyle temple of Zeus Philios on podium with three steps within which Zeus Philios seated r., his left resting on sceptre and Trajan standing facing, his head turned left, in military dress, his left resting on spear
AE, 13.82g, 29mm
Ref.: RPC III 1716
Ex Numismatik Naumann, auction 62, lot 466
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Asia Minor, Mysia, RPC, Pergamon, Trajan, Temple15 viewsTrajan
Pergamon, Mysia
AE 18, AD 98-117
Obv: TPAIANOC CTPIΠΩΛΛIΩNOC, Tetrastyle temple containing cult statue standing facing; in pediment, pellet.
Rev: AVΓOVCTOC / ΠEPΓA, Tetrastyle temple containing statue of emperor standing facing; in pediment, capricorn.
AE, 4.59g, 18mm
Ref.: SNG France 2063
Ex Gitbud & Naumann, auction 39, lot 568
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Asia Minor, Mysia, RPC, Pergamon, Trajan, Zeus9 viewsTrajan
Pergamon, Mysia
AE 17, AD 98-117
Obv: AVT TPAIANOC CЄB, Laureate head of Trajan right.
Rev: ΣЄVC ΦIΛIOC, Bare head of Zeus Philios right.
AE, 3.03g, 17mm
Ref.: RPC III 1719, SNG France 2067-9.
Ex Bankhaus Aufhuser, 1986
Ex Dr. P. Vogl collection
Ex Numismatik Naumann, auction 49, lot 425
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Asia Minor, RPC, Mysia, Pergamon, Senate, Roma30 viewsPergamon
Asia Minor, Mysia
Anonymous issue
AD late 1st-mid 2nd cent
Obv.: ΘEON [CVN] - KΛHTON, draped bust of Senate right
Rev.: ΘEAN - [PΩM]HN, head of Roma right, wearing mural crown; monogram in right field.
AE, 3.6g, 17 mm.
Ref.: possibly BMC Mysia 135, 221
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Asia Minor, RPC, Mysia, Pergamon, Senate, Roma10 viewsPergamon
Asia Minor, Mysia
Anonymous issue
AD late 1st-mid 2nd cent
Obv.: ΘEON CVN - KΛHTON, draped bust of Senate right
Rev.: ΘEAN - PΩMHN, head of Roma right, wearing mural crown
AE, 3.40g, 17.3x18.8 mm.
Ref.: BMC Mysia p. 134, 205-210
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Asia Minor, RPC, Mysia, Pergamon, Senate, Roma, monogram 24 viewsPergamon
Asia Minor, Mysia
Anonymous issue
AD late 1st-mid 2nd cent
Obv.: ΘEON CVN - KΛHTON, draped bust of Senate right
Rev.: ΘEAN - PΩMHN, head of Roma right, wearing mural crown; monogram in right field.
AE, 3.26g, 18 mm.
Ref.: BMC Mysia 135, 221 var. (monogram)
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Asklepios, serpent36 viewsMysia, Pergamon or Antioch, Syria

Portrait of Asklepios left

Serpent entwined staff, A in left field
Robin Ayers
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Atarneus. AE13; circa 350-300 B.C. Apollo right/ Forepart of horse right20 viewsMysia, Atarneus. AE 13 mm (2.07g), circa 350-300 B.C. Laureate head of Apollo right. Forepart of horse right; coiled serpent above, AB monogram to right, ATAP below. SNG France 127; VF. Ex Gert Boersema.Podiceps
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Attalos II. Philadelphos 159-138 B.C.23 viewsMysia, Kingdom of Pergamon, Ae 14.7~15.8mm. 3.74g. struck under Attalos II, 159-138 BC. Obv: Helmeted head of Athena right. Rev: ΦIΛETAIΡOΥ, coiled serpent, head raised right. M in left field. BMC 78-80; Sear Greece 7228; SNG von Aulock 7455; SNG Stockholm 2093. SNG vA 7455, SNG Cop. 343; BMC 75ff. ddwau
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Augustus, Ephesus ?14 viewsAugustus, 27 BC - 14 AD Ephesus (or Mysia, Pergamon) 26 mm, 10.8 g. Obverse: bare head of Augustus right. Reverse: laurel wreath, AVGVSTVS within. ex areich, photo credit areich. Ref if Ephesus: RIC 486; RPC 2235.

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Bacchus, Cista Mystica359 viewsTetradrachm of Pergamon, Mysia (133-67 B.C.)
Obv: Cista mystica containing serpent, all within wreath (of grapes?).
Anepigraphic.
Rev: Bow case between two coiled serpents, MOE above, snake entwined Asklepian staff to right, mint monogram to left.
25.8 mm 12.2 gm

They can keep the snakes, but a healthy glass of wine about now would be a winner!
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Capricorn187 viewsMACEDON. Philippi. Tiberius. 18 (Semis). A.D. 14-37. Obv: TI.AVG. Bare head right; countermark on neck. Rev: Two colonists ploughing right with two oxen. Ref: BMC 89-91 (MYSIA. Parium). Axis: 360. Weight: 4.27 g. CM: Capricorn, right (?), in circular punch, 4 mm. Howgego 301v (?). Note: The application of the capricorn, a standard type of Parium (Mysia) to which the host coin was traditionally attributed, may have indicated a devaluation of the coin. Collection Automan.Automan
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Capricorn194 viewsMACEDON. Philippi. Tiberius. 17 (Semis). A.D. 14-37. Obv: TI.AVG. Bare head right; countermark on neck. Rev: Two colonists ploughing right with two oxen. Ref: BMC 89-91 (MYSIA. Parium). Axis: 360. Weight: 4.91 g. CM: Capricorn right, in rectangular punch, 5 x 3-3.5 mm. Howgego 302 (2 pcs). Note: The application of the capricorn, a standard type of Parium (Mysia) to which the host coin was traditionally attributed, may have indicated a devaluation of the coin. Collection Automan.Automan
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Caracalla (?) and ΔIOΓ (?)171 viewsMYSIA. Hadrianothera. Caracalla. 24. Circa A.D. 198-209. Obv: AVTKMAVP.-AN(TΩNEINO). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right; 2 countermarks, both before bust. Rev: AΔPIANO-ΘHPITΩ-N. Bull standing right. Ref: BMC 7. Axis: 180. Weight: 9.32 g. CM(1): Laureate and bearded head right, likely of (mature) Caracalla, in oval punch, 5 x 6.5 mm. Howgego 69 (9 pcs). CM(2): Monogram of ΔIOΓ (?) in rectangular punch, 4 x 5 mm. Howgego 615 (20 pcs). Note: Howgego cites von Fritze who interprets the countermark as referring to the magistrate Diogenes, whose name appears on other coins bearing the same countermark. Collection Automan.Automan
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Caracalla AE 24 - Parium17 viewsParium
Mysia
Caracalla
Obv.: ANTONINVS PIVS AV
Laureate, draped bust right
Rev.: C G I H PARI
Genius standing left, holding cornucopia and sacrificing with patera over altar
24 mm, 7.79 gr, 8 h
SNG von Aulock 1340; SNG France 1496-7 var. (rev. legend)
Vladimir P
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Caracalla AE 25 - Parium25 viewsParium
Mysia
Caracalla
Obv.: M AVR ANTONINVS CAI (sic)
Bareheaded and draped bust right
Rev.: []
She-wolf right, suckling the twins Remus and Romulus
25 mm, 7.31 gr, 6 h
CNG Elec. Auc. 387 (11/2016), lot 290 (same dies); Unpublished in standard references
Vladimir P
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Cornelia Supera, wife of Aemelian. Augusta, 253 CE.190 viewsMysia, Parium. (20.5mm, 3.78g). Struck 253 CE.
Obv: G CORN SUPERA, diademed and draped bust right.
Rev: C. G. I. H. P., Capricorn right, cornucopia on back; globe between legs (Sear describes as a star, but this appears to be a globe). SGI 4408 (var.); SNG Von Aulock 7448.

Ex FORVM Ancient Coins.
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Cyzicus, Mysia

Obv: ΑΥ ΚΑΙ Μ ΑΥΡΗ ΑΝΤΩΝƐΙΝΟС, laureate draped and cuirassed bust right, seen from front.
Rev: ΚΥΖΙΚΗΝΩ-Ν →ΝƐOΚΟ, galley sailing right, with five rowers.
25 mm, 8.75 gms

RPC Online 3725; SNG France 799-800
Charles M
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Cyzicus, Mysia

Obv: ΑΥ ΚΑΙ Μ ΑΥΡ ΑΝΤΩΝƐΙΝΟС, laureate draped and cuirassed bust right, seen from rear.
Rev: ΚΥΖΙΚΗ - ΝƐOΚΟ, lighted torch around which a serpent is coiled, head right.
22 mm, 4.53 gms

RPC Online 3728; BMC 254; Winterthur 2571
Charles M
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Cyzicus, Mysia

Obv: ΑΥ ΚΑΙ Μ ΑΥΡ ΑΝΤΩΝƐΙΝΟС, laureate draped and cuirassed bust right, seen from rear.
Rev: ΚΥΖΙΚΗ - ΝƐOΚΟ, lighted torch around which a serpent is coiled, head right.
21 mm, 5.14 gms

RPC Online 3728; BMC 254; Winterthur 2571
Charles M
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Cyzicus, Mysia

Obv: ΑΥ Κ Μ ΑΥΡ ΑΝΤΩΝƐΙΝΟС, laureate head right.
Rev: ΚΥΖΙ-ΚΗΝΩN, lighted torch around which a serpent is coiled, head right.
22 mm, 7.10 gms

RPC Online---
Charles M
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Cyzicus, Mysia

Obv: [AY KAI M AVP AN - TΩΝЄINOC CЄ] or similar, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, seen from behind.
Rev: KV / ZIKH / NEΩK / OPΩ, ethnic in four lines within laurel-wreath.
28 mm, 10.30 gms

Agora Auctions, Sale 70, Lot 138 (this coin); Jean Elsen & ses Fils S.A., Auction 119, Lot 496
Charles M
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Cyzicus, Mysia

Obv: AY KAI M AVP AN - TΩΝЄIN..., laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Countermark of laureate male head in oval incuse.
Rev: KV / ZIKH / N...N/OPΩ. ethnic in four lines within laurel-wreath.
27 mm, 8.33 gms

RPC Online 3721 variant (reverse legend). Countermark: Howgego 65
Charles M
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Cyzikus7 viewsCyzicus, Mysia.
Cn. Pedanius Fuscus Salinator, 98 - 102, magistrate.
Obv: AVT NEP TPAIANOC KAI CEB TEP
Laureate head right
Rev: EΠI ΦOVCKOV / K V / Z I
Man (Heros Cyzikos) standing facing, head left, holding spear

18mm, 5.60g
SNG Copenhagen 103; BMC 212
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Diadumenian AE 21 - Parium10 viewsParium
Mysia
Diadumenian
Obv.: M OPE DIADVMENIANVS CA
Bareheaded, draped bust right
Rev.: C G I H PA
Genius standing left, holding cornucopia and sacrificing with patera over altar
21 mm, 4.99 gr, 6 h
Unpublished in standard references; Gorny & Mosch auc. 245 (III/2017), lot 1490 (same dies)
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Diobol, Herakles/ Palladion9 viewsMysia, Pergamon AR Diobol. ca 330-284 B.C. 12mm, 1.2g. Head of Herakles wearing lionskin / ΠΕΡΓΑ, the Palladion facing, holding spear & shield. SNG Cop 317, Sear GCV II 3941Podiceps
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Diobol. Herakles/ ΠΕΡΓΑ, the Palladion facing17 viewsMysia, Pergamon AR Diobol. 1,3g, 10mm. ca 330-284 B.C. Head of Herakles wearing lionskin / ΠΕΡΓΑ, the Palladion facing, holding spear & shield. SNG Cop 317, Sear GCV II 3941. Podiceps
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EB0054 Boar / Lion4 viewsKyzikos, Mysia. AR Trihemiobol (1/24 stater?), after 480 BC.
Obverse: Forepart of running boar left, tunny fish swimming upwards behind.
Reverse: Head of roaring lion left, within shallow incuse square.
References: BMC Mysia 112, Grose 7577.
Diameter: 9mm, Weight: 0.597g.
EB
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EB0055 Gorgoneion / Incuse pattern5 viewsParion, MYSIA, 3/4 drm., 500-400 BC.
Obverse: Facing gorgoneion with protruding tongue.
Reverse: Linear pattern within incuse square.
References: SNG France 1343; BMC Mysia 1; SNG Copenhagen 256; SNG von Aulock 1318.
Diameter: 13mm, Weight: 3.536g.
EB
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EB0214 Athena / Serpent2 viewsPergamon (Kingdom), MYSIA, AE 15, 159-138 BC.
Obverse: Helmeted head of Athena right.
Reverse: [ΦI]ΛETAIΡ[OY], coiled serpent, head raised right. M in left field.
References: SG 7228; BMC 78.
Diameter: 15.5mm, Weight: 3.694g.
EB
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EB0215 Athena / Nike2 viewsPergamon, MYSIA, AE 23, Unknown Magistrate, 2nd-1st Century BC.
Obverse: [magistrate?] below helmeted head of Athena right.
Reverse: ΠEΡΓAMHNΩN, Nike walking right, holding wreath and palm branch.
References: Cf. SNG von Aulock 1378-1379; SNG Cop 363-364; Sear SG 3975; BMC 140.
Diameter: 23mm, Weight: 9.622g.
EB
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EB0215.1 Asklepios / Eagle1 viewsPergamon, MYSIA, AE 20, Circa 200-133 BC.
Obverse: Head of Asklepios right.
Reverse: Eagle standing on thunderbolt.
References: SNG Cop 379.
Diameter: 20.5mm, Weight: 8.174g.
EB
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EB0215.2 Athena / Trophy1 viewsPergamon, MYSIA, AE 20, After 133 BC.
Obverse: Helmeted head of Athena right.
Reverse: Trophy, ΩΠΠE monogram at lower right.
References: SNG Cop 393; SNG France 1875.
Diameter: 20mm, Weight: 6.3g.
EB
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EB0282 Zeus / Pegasos1 viewsMysia, Iolla, AE 13, 360-350 BC.
Obverse: Laureate head of Zeus right.
Reverse: [IOΛΛ], forepart of Pegasos right, [grain ear or? below].
References: Cf. Fritze 603.
Diameter: 13.5mm, Weight: 1.701g.
EB
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Elagabalus AE 26 - Cyzicus13 viewsCyzicus
Mysia
Elagabalus
Obv.: AY KAI M AY ANTΩNЄINOC
Laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust right
Rev.: KYΖΙΚΗ[ΝΩΝ ΝЄ]ΩΚΟ
River-god Aisepos (?) reclining left on overturned amphora from which water flows, holding fish (?) in right hand
26 mm, 10.22 gr, 12 h
Falter 356 (same dies)
Vladimir P
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Gambrion, Apollo/ Forepart of bull, AE 916 viewsGambrion, Mysia, 9mm, 0.71g. Laureate head of Apollo left / GAM; forepart of bull right. SNG Copenhagen 144. Ex areich, photo credit areichPodiceps
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Gambrion, Mysia34 viewscirca 350 BC
AE15 (4.13g)
O: Laureate head of Apollo right.
R: Large 16-rayed star.
SNG Cop 146; Sear 3871v; BMC 15, 62
ex Jack H. Beymer
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Gambrion, Mysia32 viewsGambrion, Mysia, c. 350 - 300 B.C.

obverse laureate head of Apollo right;
reverse Γ-A-M between rays of star

Bronze AE 10, SGCV II 3871, BMC 2,
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Gambrion, Mysia 350-250 B.C.13 viewsGambrion, Mysia 350-250 B.C. Ae 16.7~18.4mm. 3.10g. Obv: Laureate head of Apollo left. Rev: Bull butting left, star above. SNG France 906-7, SNG Cop. 154-155.ddwau
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Gambrion, Mysia, AE16. 300-100 BC. 27 viewsObv: Laureate head of Apollo right.
Rev: GAM, Tripod.
SNG von Aulock 1089, BMC 23-24.
ancientone
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Gambrion; AE10; Head of Apollo right/ G A M between four of the twelve rays of a star20 viewsGambrion, Mysia, AE10. Apollo Gambrion, Mysia, AE10. Obv: Laureate head of Apollo right / Rev: G A M between four of the twelve rays of a star. BMC 2. Ex Gerhard RohdePodiceps
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Gambrium, Mysia, Apollo / Bull, AE930 viewsGambrium, Mysia, ca. 400 BC
AE9, 0.71g
obv: laureate head of Apollo left
rev: forepart of bull right, ΓAM above
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Germe, Mysia, civic coinage15 viewsAE 25.7mm (8.31gm).

Draped bust of a youthful Senate right, IEPA CYNKΛHT[OC] / Zeus seated left holding eagle and sceptre, CEΞI ΦAY-CTOY ΓEP-MH.

SNG vA, 1090 var. (unlisted strategos); SNG France, 951 var.; RPC IV (online), 658; ANS, 1971.230.6 var.
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Germe, Mysia

Obv: AYTOKΡ K M AY-Ρ ANTΩNEI[N]-OC CEB, laureate, and cuirassed bust right, seen from the back.
Rev: CT[Ρ] ΦONT AΛ-EΞA[NΔΡOY] →ΓEΡMHN, ΩN in field, the three nymphs standing facing, two holding water jugs and one holding ear of barley.
34 mm, 17.07 gms

RPC Online 3832; Ehling 178
Charles M
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Germe, Mysia

Obv: ΑΥΤΟΚΡ Κ Μ ΑΥΡ ΑΝΤΩΝƐΙΝΟС СƐΒ, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, seen from the back.
Rev: СΤΡ ΑΛƐΖΑΝ-ΔΡΟΥ ΓƐΡΜΗ, vertically, ΝΩN in right field, Apollo, nude, standing right, placing hand over head and holding lyre over small column; behind, laurel tree around which serpent is coiled.
28 mm, 10.89 gms

RPC Online 3826; Ehling 179-80
Charles M
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Germe; Head of Herakles r./ Lion r. AE 1511 viewsLydia, Germe. 211-217 A.D. AE 15.29mm, 1.56g; Obverse: Bearded head of Herakles right. Reverse: Lion walking right. BMC Mysia 7.Podiceps
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Geta - Cyzicus8 views198-209 AD
draped bust right from behind
Λ CEΠTI ΓE_TAC KAICA
calf walking right
KVZIKH
NΩN
BMC Mysia Cyzicus 54,257
3,89g
Johny SYSEL
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Gordian III Tyche Germe16 viewsGordian III, Germe Mysia, 25mm, 5.9g, RPC 109, Ehling, Germe, no. 217, Lindgren III 467 (same dies).
OBV: AVT K M AN G - OPDIANOC,
REV: EPI APOLLWNIDO - V GEPMHNWN,

The same obverse die, PRC notes, was also used for Miletoupolis, Kraft 179, pl. 50.27a.
Struck under Magistrate Apollonidus
RPC cites 4 known examples not including this one.

RARE
Romanorvm
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Greek10 viewsAR diobol, Pergamon, Mysia 330-284 B.C.
Ob. Head of young Herakles clad in lions scalp.
Rev. Cult statue of Athena facing, calathus on head, drapery over the arms, spear in right, shield wuth hanging fillet in left.
nathan s2
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Greek16 viewsAE10, Eleutheria, Mysia 4th century B.C.
Ob. 3/4 facing head of Athena wearing helmet and necklace.
Rev. Lion walking right, head turned left.
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GREEK94 viewsAR Obol. Kyzikos ( Mysia). c 450-400 BC. 0.85 grs. Forepart of boar left; tunny upward behind / Head of roaring lion left within incuse square.
SNG von Aulock 1213. SNG Kayhan 54.
Ex. Barry P.Murphy.
4 commentsbenito
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GREEK37 viewsAR hemidrachm. Parion ( Mysia ). 4th c. BC. 2,46 grs. Facing Gorgoneion / Bull standing left, head right. A above P I below.
SNG France 1356-7.
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GREEK21 viewsAR hemidrachm. Prokonessos (Islands of Mysia). c 400-350 B.C. 2,46 grs. Head of Aphrodite left, hair tied with ribbon / Oinochoe. ΠPO-KON right and left.
SNG von Aulock 1437. SNG Copenhagen 551.
Pecunem 17, lot 82.
2 commentsbenito
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GREEK, Kysikos, Mysia, Kysikos, AR obol83 viewsKysikos, Mysia, AR obol, (0.70g) 480-450 BC.
Obv: Forepart of running boar left, tunny fish behind upward.
Rev: Head of roaring lion left within incuse square.
3 commentsOptimus
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Greek, Kyzikos, Mysia, c. 550 - 450 B.C., Electrum stater17 viewsSH86217. Electrum stater, Von Fritze I (Nomisma VII) 104 & pl. 3, 23; Boston MFA 1433; SNG BnF 245; SNG Cop -; SNGvA -; BMC Mysia -, VF, tight flan, edge cracks, Kyzikos mint, weight 16.091g, maximum diameter 19.9mm, die axis 0o, c. 550 - 450 B.C.; obverse winged dog seated left, head turned back right, curved archaic wing, wearing collar, tunny fish below to left; reverse quadripartite incuse square; extremely rareJoe Sermarini
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GREEK, Macedonian kingdom, Alexander III the Great, AR Drachm, Struck 323 317 BC at Lampsakos, Mysia.86 viewsObverse: No legend. Head of Herakles, wearing lion-skin knotted at base of neck, facing right.
Reverse: AΛEΞANΔPOY. Zeus Atophoros seated facing left, right leg drawn back, feet on stool, eagle in right hand, sceptre in left; buckle in left field; Λ above Ω below throne.
Diameter: 18mm | Weight: 4.16gms | Die Axis: 7 | Cut mark above eyebrow on obverse.
Price: 1376

Alexander the Great reigned from 336 to 323 BC but this coin was struck shortly after his death, in around 323 to 317 BC under Leonnatos, Philip III Arrhidaios, or Antigonos I Monophthalmos.
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Greek, Mysia207 viewsMale head r. / Eagle on Omphalos (?)
EL - EZ = Zeleia, Troad *) / Mysia
AE 10, 0.9 g
Not listed in many referencies consulted
Compare: Weber 2275 Pl. 88 (Pella)

*) read by Mark Fox, thanks

Pekka K
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GREEK, Mysia, Kyzikos AR obol (450-400 BC)119 viewso/ Forepart of boar left, tunny upward behind.
r/ Head of roaring lion left within incuse square.
0,85g. 10mm.
SNG France 361-372; SNG Kayhan 54.
Ex Barry P. Murphy
4 commentsAugustin Caron
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GREEK, Mysia, Kyzikos AR obol (450-400 BC)100 viewsMYSIA. Kyzikos. Obol (Circa 450-400 BC).

Reference.
SNG France 378.

Obv: Forepart of boar left, E (retrograde) on shoulder; tunny behind.
Rev: Head of roaring lion left.

Weight: 0.79 g.
Diameter: 12 mm.
2 commentsokidoki
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GREEK, Mysia, Kyzikos, 480-450 BC319 viewsMysia Kyzikos 480-450 BC
AR Obol ; 0.35g, 9mm
Obv.: Forepart of boar left, tuna behind
Rev.: Lion's head left
SNG Turkey 57
4 commentsTanit
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GREEK, MYSIA, Kyzikos, AR hemiobol71 viewsMYSIA, Kyzikos, AR Diobol, Circa 525-475 BC.
Forepart of boar left; tunny fish to right / Head of roaring lion left within incuse square.
Dimensions: 8 mm | Weight: 0.5 grams
4 commentssuperflex
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GREEK, Mysia, Kyzikos, AR9-12383 views9-12mm, 0.78g
obv: forepart of boar left, tunny fish behind
rev: lion's head left, retrograde K above left.
SNG Paris 390; BMC Mysia p. 35, 121; SGCV II 3850
7 commentsareich
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GREEK, Mysia, Kyzikos, Electrum Hemihekte (1/12 Stater) c.550-500 BC.45 viewsMysia, Kyzikos EL Hemihekte - 1/12 Stater. Circa 550-500 BC.
Obv: Dolphin left; tunny fish to left below
Rev: Quadripartite incuse square.
Von Fritze I 53; Greenwell 157; SNG von Aulock -; SNG France -; BMC 11-2; Boston MFA -; Jameson -. 1.31g, 7mm.
Roma Numismatics esale 10 lot 359

A very rare type only known as hektes and hemihektes, of which two denominations the hemihekte is the more difficult to find. None of this denomination on cng archives and the only hekte of this type sold on cng went for $3500 in 2011!
chance v
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Greek, MYSIA, Kyzikos.119 viewsRarity otherwise unpublished
MYSIA, Kyzikos. 5th-4th centuries BC. EL Hekte 1/6 Stater (Gold - 9mm, about 2.49 g). Kithara (lyre) ; below, tunny right / Quadripartite incuse square. Cf. Von Fritze I 181 (stater); cf. SNG France 325 (1/12 Stater); Hurter & Liewald II 181. Fine. Rarity.
Same coin listed at Wildwinds.

Sam Mansourati Collection / CNG.
Photo and Description , courtesy of Classical Numismatic Group, Inc.
2 commentsSam
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GREEK, MYSIA, LAMPSAKOS DIOBOL JANIFORM ATHENA 235 viewsGreek
MYSIA
LAMPSAKOS
4th-3rd centuries BC. AR Diobol
1.26 g , 11 mm
Vs: Female janiform head, ΘΕΟ below chin.
Rs: ΛΑΜΨΑ, Helmeted head of Athena right .
Extremely Fine
5 commentsXLi
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GREEK, MYSIA, Lampsakos. Circa 500-450 BC.50 viewsMYSIA, Lampsakos. Circa 500-450 BC. Silver Coin
(12mm, 1.20 g). Female janiform head / Helmeted head of Athena left within incuse square.
Referenced SNG France 1126;. VF
superflex
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GREEK, Mysia, Parion, 480 BC.21 viewsAR Hemidrachm Kingdom of Mysia city of Parion 480 BC.
Weight: 2.8gr | : 13mm
Obv: Gorgoneion.
Rev: Incuse square containing cruciform pattern with pellet at centre.
Sear 3918
Jorge C
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Greek, Mysia, Parion, Hemidrachm20 viewsMYSIA, Parion.
Circa 4th Century BC.
AR Hemidrachm
Gorgoneion facing /
Bull left, head reverted; PA above, PI below
anthivs
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GREEK, Mysia, Parion.68 viewsA city located on the shores of the Propontis, Parion was founded circa 710 B.C. and became a flourishing port through the exellence of its harbour.
350-300 B.C. AR hemidrachm (c.2,45 gm) Obv.: HA/PI above and below bull standing left, looking back, bunch of grapes beneath bull. Rev.: Gorgoneion.
2 commentsseleukoy
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GREEK, Mysia, Parium AR Hemidrachm259 views4th cent. BC
Obv.: Gorgoneion with protruding tongue, EP monogram in hair.
Rev.: ΠΑ / ΡΙ, bull standing left, head reverted, wreath between legs.
SNG Aul. - ; SNG Cop. - ; BMC -
6 commentsMinos
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GREEK, Mysia, Parium AR Hemidrachm365 viewsObv: Facing Gorgoneion, surrounded by snakes.
Rev: ΠA / PI, bull standing left, looking back right
Minted in Parion, 350 - 300 B.C.
Reference: BMC Mysia p. 95, 14
2.427g, 13.8mm

Ex-Forum, Ex-Lanz.

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GREEK, Mysia, Pergamon - 2nd-1st cent. BC - AE1856 viewsAE18 6.80g
obv: Head of Athena right, in crested helm
rev: Trophy of arms, (A)THENAS - NIKEPHOROU either side. Pergamon monogram to lower right, monogram between trophy and text to left
SG3960v(monogram), SNG Cop 393-5v(monogram).
Dealer's note: Unusual in that the monogram is to the left
Jericho
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GREEK, Mysia, Pergamon AE1561 viewsobv: Head of Athena right
rev: Owl on palm branch, wings spread
Struck 2nd-1st Century BC
SG 3963
Jericho
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GREEK, Mysia, Pergamon AE1546 viewsobv: Head of Athena right
rev: Coiled snake, M to left, legend to right
Struck 2nd Century BC
Jericho
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Greek, Mysia, Pergamon, (Early 3rd Cent. B.C.), AR-Diobol, McClean 7668, ΠERΓAMH, Cult statue of Athena facing,167 viewsMysia, Pergamon, (Early 3rd Cent. B.C.), AR-Diobol, McClean 7668, ΠERΓAMH, Cult statue of Athena facing,
avers: Head of young beardless Herakles right.
revers: ΠERΓAMH, Cult statue of Athena facing, brandishing spear and holding shield.
exerg:-/-//--, diameter: 10mm, weight: 1,25g, axes: 10h,
mint: Mysia, Pergamon,
date: Early 3rd Cent. B.C., ref: McClean 7668
Q-001
quadrans
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GREEK, Mysia, Pergamon, Cistophoric Tetradrachm78 viewsGreece, Mysia, Pergamon, Cistophoric Tetradrachm, 12.57g, 28mm, 166-67 BC, issued 76 BC

Obv: Cista Mystica containing serpent escaping, all within an ivy wreath.

Rev: Bow case between 2 serpents. Pergamon monogram at left. Snake entwined Asklepian staff at right. "AP" above.

Near the West coast of present day Turkey, Pergamon, in the province of Mysia, was an insignificant city under the Persian empire. After Alexander the Great died, his bodyguard "Lysimachus" was given Thrace and north western Asia. After the battle of Ipsus "Lysimachus" secured Alexander's treasury worth over 25,000 talents. Pergamon was located in a natural fortress and "Lysimachus" strengthened the city and deposited his Asian treasure (9000 talents) in the city along with a military guard under his loyal follower "Philetaerus". "Lysimachus" died in 281 BC and Pergamon officially fell under Seulcid control. "Philetaerus" played the part of a faithful governor, but all the time he used the money to strengthen the city's defenses and founded the Attalid dynasty of the kingdom of "Pergamon". The kingdom successfully withstood attempts by Seulicid rulers to regain control. In 190 BC, Pergamon assisted the Romans to defeat Antiochus III of Syria. At this time, Rome had no territorial desires in Asia and they gave all the territories to Pergamon. Pergamon prospered and soon ranked as one of the major Greek cultural centers. Pergamon's library ranked second only to the library of Alexandria. But, to Rome's surprize the Pergamon King Attalus III (138 - 133 BC) gave the kingdom to Rome upon his death in 133 BC. During the confusion a certain "Aristonicus" seized the throne and changed his name to "Eumenes III". This forced the Romans to intervene and they seized the kingdom and made it the capital of the Roman province of Asia.

Pergamon first issued this coin under Eumenes II, who likely required a new currency after the treaty with Apameia in 188 BC expanded his economic and political territory. The new coinage is the first time a kings portrait and name are omitted from Hellenistic currency. The cistophori (basket bearers) were the chief currency in Asia Minor for about 300 years. Originally introduced by king Eumenes II of Pergamon around 166 BCE, the obverse of these coins shows a cista mystica, i.e., a woven basket containing the sacred objects of a mystery cult. In the case of the cistophori, the basket contains snakes associated with the worship of Dionysus (Bacchus), the Greek god of wine and ecstasy. In the Dionysian mysteries a serpent, representing the god, was carried in a box called a cista on a bed of vine leaves. This may be the Cista mentioned by Clement of Alexandria which was exhibited as containing the phallus of Dionysus. The depiction on this famous type is what gives the coin its name - the Cistophorus. It was one of the most widely minted coin types in the ancient world. It seems that the Asian Greek states in what is now Turkey minted this coin in unison from around 150 BC. Some scholars believe this was undertaken for the common good, so traders could be confident in a coin of uniform weight and value, representing the collective wealth of Asian Greekdom.

The ivy wreath and the thyrsos staff on the reverse are also references to this god whom the Attalid kings of Pergamon claimed as their ancestor. The bow case (gorytos) on the reverse points to Herakles, the father of Telephos, the legendary founder and first king of Pergamon. Taken together, the obverse and reverse scenes appear to capture allegorical acts one and two of the Dionysian Cista fertility mythology in progress.

When the last Attalid king, Attalos III, died in 133 BCE, he left his entire kingdom to the Roman people. At the same time, his last will declared Pergamon and the other important cities of his realm "free cities", which meant that they did not have to pay tribute to Rome. Not surprisingly, Pergamon and the other cities continued to mint cistophori in grateful tribute to their former ruler. The city of Pergamum continued issue of cistophoric tetradrachm for eight decades after the city was willed to Rome in 133 BC.

1 cistophor equaled 3 Attic drachms, the currency of Athens, which had become the world's key currency during the campaigns of Alexander the Great. Later, 1 cistophor was equivalent to 3 Roman denarii. Because they were so easy to convert into the key currencies, 16 Anatolian towns soon minted cistophors, forming a kind of monetary union. When Pergamum became Roman about 133 BC, the Romans continued to mint cistophors.

Under the Attalids, Pergamon was not only the capital of an empire that soon stretched over most of Asia Minor, but also the seat of the second most famous library of the ancient world with more than 200,000 book rolls. When the kings of Egypt, the Ptolemies, whose capital, Alexandria, boasted the only comparable library, cut off Pergamene access to papyrus, the most important writing material, the Pergamenes invented pergamentum, i.e., parchment or vellum made from animal skins.

Today, the city is called Bergama and belongs to Turkey.
mitresh
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Greek, Mysia, Priapos, (300-200 B.C.), AE-11, SNG von Aulock 7526, A above, ΠΡI below, Crab.184 viewsMysia, Priapos, (300-200 B.C.), AE-11, SNG von Aulock 7526, A above, ΠΡI below, Crab.
avers: Laureate head of Apollo right.
revers: A above, ΠΡI below, Crab.
exerg:-/-//--, diameter: 11,0mm, weight: 1,34g, axes:7h,
mint: Mysia, Pergamon,
date: 300-200 B.C., ref: SNG von Aulock 7526, Winterthur 2680.,
Q-001
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Greek, Mysia,Parion,hemi drachm 129 viewsMysia,Parion
silver hemi drachm
Ca.350 - 300 BC
2.51 gramm,14mm

2 commentsXLi
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GREEK, Parium, Mysia, AR Hemidrachm61 viewsHemidrachm, 2.4 gm, 14.8 mm, 350-300 BC, Sear (GC) 3919
Obv: Bull standing left, looking back. Π Α above with Ρ Ι and three leaf twig (olive?) beneath.
Rev: Anepigraphic with Gorgon, tongue protruding.
1 commentsMassanutten
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GREEK, Pergamum, Mysia, AR Tetradrachm35 viewsObv: Anepigraphic
Serpent entering Cista Mystica, all within berry covered ivy wreath.
Rev: Mint monogram to left, ΜΟΣ above.
Bow case between two coiled serpents, snake entwined Asklepian staff to right.
Tetradrachm, 12.2 gm, 25.8 mm, 133-67 BC, Sear (GC) 3950
Comment: Struck after the Roman occupation. Celebrates the cult of Bacchus (Dionysus). I surmise this is an ancient association of wine and good health.
Massanutten
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Greek, Western Anatolia, c. 620 - 600 B.C., Plain Globular Type Electrum Hekte29 viewsSH85577. Electrum hekte, Phokaic standard 1/6 stater; unpublished, EF, flan cracks, uncertain western Anatolia mint, weight 2.721g, maximum diameter 8.96mm, c. 620 - 600 B.C.; obverse plain globular surface; reverse one small incuse square punch; extremely rare

Unpublished! The majority of the earliest electrum issues were struck on the lighter Milesian weight standard, with hectes weighing approximately 2.35 grams. This example, however is on the heavier Phocaic standard that was used at mints such as Cyzicus, Mysia and Phocaea, Ionia.
Joe Sermarini
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Hadrian Miletopolis SNG Cop 25128 viewsHadrian, Miletopolis Mysia, 117 - 138 AD, 20.31mm, 5.4g, Weber Coll. 5129, SNG Cop 251, SGCV 1155
OBV: AVTO TPAIA ADPIANO, Laureate draped bust right
REV: MEILHTOPOLEITWN, Helmeted bust of Athena right with aegis
Romanorvm
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Hadrian, Hadrianotherai, Zeus, AE2446 viewsHadrianus AE24, 117-138 AD, Hadrianotherai, Mysia.
Obv: AΔPIANOC AVΓOVCTOC, laureate head right.
Rev: AΔPIANOΘHPITΩN, Zeus standing left, holding sceptre and patera, eagle at feet.
24 mm, 9.77 g
SNG Aulock 1148

ex Rutten & Wieland
areich
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Helios, Athena and Telesphoros203 viewsMYSIA. Pergamum. Hadrian. 24. A.D. 117-138. Obv: (AVKAIAΔPIANO) or similar.Laureate bust right; 2 countermarks: (1) to left of bust, (2) to right of bust. Rev: Uncertain inscription. Asklepios standing facing, holding snake-encircled staff, to his left cloaked and hooded figure of Telesphoros standing facing (?); countermark to left (3). Ref: BMC -. Axis: 360. Weight: 6.95 g. CM(1): Radiate head of Helios right, in oval punch, 4 x 5 mm. Howgego 7 (13 pcs). CM(2): Helmeted bust of Athena right, in shaped punch, 4.5 x 6 mm. Howgego 185 (28 pcs). CM(3):Telesphoros standing facing, in oval punch, 4 x 4.5 mm. Howgego 267 (5 pcs). Note: All those that bear countermark [3] also bear countermarks [1] and [2]. Collection Automan.Automan
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Herakles/ Athena9 viewsPergamon, Mysia, c. 300 B.C. AE 10. obverse head of young Herakles right wearing lion's head; reverse ΠΕΡ, head of Athena right in crested helmet. BMC 22. Ex Gerhard RohdePodiceps
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HPA (monogram of)121 viewsMACEDON. Philippi. Tiberius. 17. A.D. 14-37. Obv: TI▪(AVG). Bare head right. Rev: Two colonists (or priests) ploughing right with two oxen; countermark. Ref: BMC 89-91 (Mysia: Parium); RPC 1657; Axis: 330. Weight: 4.09 g. CM: Monogram of HPA, in rectangular punch, 7 x 3 mm. Howgego -. Note: The countermark may possibly refer to a city by the name Heracleia, of which there was one in Bithynia, Caria and Macedon. Collection Automan.Automan
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HPAK172 viewsMACEDON. Philippi. Augustus. 18 (Semis). 27 B.C.-A.D. 14. Obv: (A)VG.Bare head right. Rev: Two colonists ploughing right with two oxen; 2 countermarks: (1) above oxen, (2) below oxen. Ref: BMC 86-88 (MYSIA. Parium). Axis: 330. Weight: 5.06 g. CM(1): HPAK (?) in rectangular punch, 9 x 3.5 mm. Howgego -. Note: The countermark may possibly refer to a city by the name Heracleia, of which there was one in Bithynia, Caria and Macedon. CM(2): Second application of same CM. Collection Automan.Automan
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Iolla, Mysia, AE9.6mm; Head of Zeus right/ Pegasos forepart right9 viewsIolla, Mysia, 4th Century B.C. Bronze AE 15, Weber -, BMC Mysia p. 77, 1 - 3, VF, Iolla mint, 1.250g, 9.6mm, 180o, 4th Century B.C.; obverse laureate head of Zeus right; reverse IOLLA, Pegasos forepart right; very rare. Ex FORVMPodiceps
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Italy, Herculaneum, House of the Relief of Telephus19 viewsOn the south wall of the atrium is a copy of a neo-Attic relief depicting an episode from the myth of Telephus. The relief, which was found in in the house, depicts Achilles in the presence of his mother Thetis, treating the wound of the Mysian king, Telephus in return for the king showing the Achaeans the way to Troy.

From my visit to Herculaneum in August 2015
maridvnvm
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Julia Domna, Hadrianotherai (Mysia), emperor on horseback, AE2733 views27mm, 8.50g
obv: IOVΛIA ΔOMNA CEBACTH; draped bust right
rev: CTP ΔIOΓENOVC AΔPIANOΘEPITΩN; emperor (Caracalla or Septimius Severus?) on horse right, right hand raised
SNG Aulock 1152, BMC Mysia p. 78, no. 5

ex R&W
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Julius Caesar; 46 - 44BC10 viewsAE 20
Struck ca. 45 BC; Lampsacus, Mysia
Obv: C G I L (Colonia Gemella(?) Iulia Lampsacus), laureate head of Julius Caesar right; countermark: ΛAE monogram in a rectangular punch.
Rev: priest plowing with two oxen, marking the pomerium (sacred boundary marking the foundation of a new Roman colony), Q LVCRETIO / L PONTIO in two lines above, II VIR before bull's forelegs, M TVRIO LEG in exergue;

This type was the second issue to definitively feature a lifetime portrait of Julius Caesar, the first being an issue from Bithynia minted ca. 47/6 BC (RPC I 2026). Both of these bronze issues precede the earliest appearance of his portrait on a coin minted at Rome, that being the denarii of M. Mettius issued in January 44 BC.
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KING OF PERGAMON: Philetairos, 282-133 BC. 3 views14, 2.2g, 10h; Pergamon, Mysia.
Obv.: Helmeted head of Athena right.
Rev.: ΦIΛE / TAIPOY; strung bow.
Reference: BMC 54, Sear 7233 / 17-77-35
John Anthony
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Kingdom of Macedonia, Alexander the Great. AR Drachm. Struck 323 317 BC at Lampsakos, Mysia.21 viewsObverse: No legend. Head of Herakles, wearing lion-skin knotted at base of neck, facing right.
Reverse: AΛEΞANΔPOY. Zeus Atophoros seated facing left, right leg drawn back, feet on stool, eagle in right hand, sceptre in left; buckle in left field; Λ above Ω below throne.
Diameter: 18mm | Weight: 4.16gms | Die Axis: 7 | Cut mark above eyebrow on obverse.
Price: 1376

Alexander the Great reigned from 336 to 323 BC but this coin was struck shortly after his death, in around 323 to 317 BC under Leonnatos, Philip III Arrhidaios, or Antigonos I Monophthalmos.

Leonnatos was a Macedonian officer under Alexander the Great and one of the diadochi, rival generals, family and friends of Alexander the Great who fought for the control of Alexander's empire after his death in 323 BC.
Leonnatos was the same age as Alexander and was very close to him. After Alexander died, Leonnatos was made satrap of Phrygia and Alexander's sister, Cleopatra, offered him her hand in marriage. When the Athenians heard that Alexander had died, they revolted against Macedonia. Leonnatos led an army of 20,000 infantry and 1,500 cavalry to relieve the new regent, Antipater, probably with the ambition of usurping Antipater's power since a victory over the Athenians would have enhanced Leonnatos' own claim to the throne. However, in 322 BC, Leonnatus was killed in battle against the Athenians and his marriage to Cleopatra never took place.
Philip III Arrhidaeus was the king of Macedonia after the death of Alexander the Great, from 323 BC until his own death in 317 BC. He was a son of King Philip II of Macedonia and a half-brother of Alexander. Named Arrhidaeus at birth, he assumed the name Philip when he ascended the throne.
As Arrhidaeus grew older it became apparent that he had mild learning difficulties. Alexander was very fond of him, and took him on his campaigns, both to protect his life and to ensure he would not be used as a pawn in a challenge for the throne. After Alexander's death in Babylon, Arrhidaeus was proclaimed king by the Macedonian army in Asia, but he was a mere figurehead, and a pawn of the powerful generals, one after the other.
Antigonos I Monophthalmus (Antigonos the One-eyed) was a Macedonian nobleman, general, and satrap under Alexander the Great. As part of the division of the provinces after Alexander's death, Antigonos received Pamphylia and Lycia from Perdiccas, regent of the empire, but he incurred the enmity of Perdiccas by refusing to assist Eumenes to obtain possession of Paphlagonia and Cappadocia, the provinces which had been allotted to him. Leonnatos had left with his army for Greece, leaving Antigonos to deal with Cappadocia, a task he apparently couldn't complete alone and Perdiccas seems to have viewed this as a direct affront to his authority. Perdiccas then went with the royal army to conquer the area himself and from there he turned west towards Phrygia in order to confront Antigonos. Antigonos, however, escaped to Greece where, in 321 BC, he obtained the favour of Antipater, regent of Macedonia.
When Perdiccas died later that same year, a new attempt at division of the empire took place and Antigonos found himself entrusted with the command of the war against Eumenes, who had joined Perdiccas against the coalition of the other generals which included Antipater, Antigonos, Ptolemy and Craterus. Eumenes was defeated and forced to retire to the fortress of Nora in Cappadocia, and a new army that was marching to his relief was routed by Antigonos.
In 319 BC Antipater died, and Polyperchon was given the regentship, but Antigonos and the other dynasts refused to recognize him since it undermined their own ambitions. Antigonos' old adversary, Eumenes, who had been given authority over anyone within the empire by Polyperchon, raised an army and built a fleet in Cilicia and Phoenicia, and soon after formed a coalition with the satraps of the eastern provinces. Antigonos fought against him in two great battles and, though both were inconclusive, in the aftermath of the second battle Antigonos managed to capture the family and possessions of the Silvershields, an elite regiment within Eumenes' army. The Silvershields negotiated the release of their families by handing over Eumenes to Antigonos in return. Antigonos had Eumenes executed resulting in him now being in possession of the empire's Asian territories, stretching from the eastern satrapies to Syria and Asia Minor in the west.
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Kingdom of Thrace. Lysimachos AR Tetradrachm178 viewsCirca 297-281 B.C. AR Tetradrachm, Thompson 59, Mller 88 (Sestus mint), 17.146g, maximum diameter 31.2mm, die axis 0o, Mysia, Lampsacus mint. Obverse diademed head of Alexander the Great wearing the horn of Ammon. Reverse Athena seated left on prow, Nike crowning name in extended right, transverse spear resting against right side, resting left arm on shield behind, KA monogram inner left, herm outer left. gVF. Nice style, beautiful portrait of Alexander.

Ex Otakirak Collection. Ex Stack's, Bowers and Ponterio NYINC Auction 2012, lot 194. Ex FORVM.

Lysimachos, a Macedonian of great physical strength and fortitude, rose to prominence as a σωματοφύλαξ, or bodyguard for Alexander the Great. When Alexanders territories were parceled out during the settlement at Babylon in 323 BC, Lysimachos was given control of Thrace, the Chersonese, and the intervening Black Sea coast. Unfortunately, much of this territory was no longer under Macedonian control, but was claimed by various Thracian tribes. Although Lysimachos was involved to some extent in the early wars of the Diadochs, most of his early years as satrap were preoccupied with subduing the Thracian tribes, an endeavor that was largely unsuccessful. By the time he assumed the royal title in 306/5 BC, his kingdom consisted of little more than the southern portions of Thrace. While this territory included a few already active mints, such as Ainos and Byzantion, Lysimachos was forced to depend on his ally Kassander, the king of Macedon, for coinage, as the sources of bullion were under the control of his enemies. This situation changed in 302 BC, when Lysimachos raised an army at the urging of Kassander and invaded Asia Minor, territory which Antigonos I Monophthalmos controlled, and whose son, Demetrios I Poliorketes, was threatening Kassanders southern flank in Thessaly. Lysimachos quickly captured much of the Hellespont, and he penetrated as far as Lydia. This territory was rich with both silver bullion and mint cities, including Alexandria Troas, Ephesos, Lampsakos, Magnesia, and Sardis. Lysimachos used these mints to begin striking coinage on his behalf, while at the same time, he apparently sent bullion back to Thrace, where Lysimacheia and Sestos also began to produce coinage for him. These mints initially struck coins of Alexander type for Lysimachos, but later changed to the new Lysimachos type in 297 BC. After Lysimachos and Seleukos I defeated the Antigonids at Ipsos in 301 BC, most of western Asia Minor passed to Lysimachos. He now held some of the most prosperous cities in the Aegean, and soon most of the well-established mints were striking coinage in his name. Many of these same mints were required to pay large sums of tribute in order to fund further campaigns of expansion. One such object of expansion was Macedon, the ultimate goal of all the Diodochs. Since the death of Kassander in 298 BC, it had fallen into chaos and was eventually captured by Demetrios, who was, in turn, driven out by the joint invasion of Lysimachos and Pyrrhos in 288 BC. Initially, Macedon was split between the two, with Lysimachos taking the eastern half and its mint of Amphipolis. By 285 BC, when Lysimachos also obtained the western half from Pyrrhos, Pella also began producing coinage for Lysimachos. His successes, however, were short-lived. Beginning in 284 BC with the murder of his step-sons, Lysimachos became involved in a treacherous game of political and dynastic intrigue. As a result, revolt broke out among the Asian cities under his control, and Seleukos I launched an invasion against him. At the battle of Korupedion in 281 BC, Lysimachos was killed, and his kingdom was subsumed into the Seleukid empire. Ptolemy Keraunos, however, siezed Lysimachos European territories after he murdered Seleukos I later that year. Edward T. Newells study of Lysimachos lifetime issues arranged them according to the territorial expansion of his kingdom. Unfortunately, Newell died before completing his study, and consequently many issues are missing from Margaret Thompsons survey of his unfinished work. The many unpublished coins that have appeared over the past two decades reveal how little is known about Lysimachos coinage. Although most catalogs list these unpublished coins as posthumous issues, this is unlikely, as most of his mint cities were taken over by other kingdoms following Lysimachos death. The cities that continued to issue his coins as a regular type, such as Byzantion, were mostly ones that regularly conducted trade with cities to the north of Thrace, whose economies were likely dominated by Lysimachos type coinage during his lifetime. A few cities, such as Tenedos, struck brief, sporadic issues of Lysimachos type coins long after his death, but these issues were likely struck for some specific purpose that required this type, and are not part of any regular series. At the beginning of his reign, Lysimachos continued to use Alexanders coinage types, later modifying them by replacing Alexanders name with his own. In 297 BC, Lysimachos introduced a new type: the obverse was a portrait of Alexander; the reverse was Athena, Lysimachos patron goddess. G.K Jenkins noted the power of the Alexander portrait in his commentary on the Gulbenkian Collection: The idealized portrait of Alexander introduced on the coinage of Lysimachos in 297 BC is characterized by the horn of Ammon which appears above the ear. The allusion is to Alexanders famous visit to the oracle of Ammon at the Siwa Oasis in 331, when the god is supposed to have greeted Alexander as My son.... The best of the Alexander heads on Lysimachos coinage...have a power and brilliance of effect that is irresistible. It [is speculated] that these Alexander heads may have derived from an original gem carved by Pyrgoteles, an engraver prominent among the artists of Alexanders court.... Regardless of the inspiration for the new design, part of the remarkable attraction of this coinage is its artistic variety: each engraver created his own fresh and distinctive portrayal of the worlds greatest conqueror. (Commentary courtesy of CNG).
6 commentsJason T
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Kings of Pergamon, Eumenes I, 263-241 BC, AR Tetradrachm14 viewsDiademed head of Philetairos r.
ΦIΛΕΤAIPΟY Athena enthroned l., holding shield; spear behind, ivy leaf to inner l., bow to r., A on throne.

Westermark Group II (V.X/R.1); SNG France 1604; SNG von Aulock 1354; Meydancikkale 3002; Sear 7217.

(28 mm, 16.14 g, 12h).
John Jencek
2 commentsn.igma
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Kyzicos, Boar & lion; tetartemorion15 viewsMYSIA, KYZIKOS. Ca. 450-400 B.C. Silver tetartemorion, cf. S 3850 var, Rosen 522 var and SNG Kayhan 56 ff. (all hemiobols with various field marks), gF, Kyzikos mint, weight 0.182g, maximum diameter 6.4mm, die axis 90o; obverse forepart of boar running left, tunny fish upwards behind; reverse head of roaring lion left, all within incuse square; very rare denomination; This type is unpublished in the major references for this denomination. The most likely reason is that very few coins this small (1/4 of an obol) have survived. The details are as thin as a human hair and the slightest corrosion could turn a coin like this into an unrecognizable little spec of silver. Ex FORVMPodiceps
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Kyzicus, Mysia, Boar & lion (& panther)27 viewsKyzicus, Mysia, AR hemiobol, After 480 BC, 0.31 g. Obv: Forepart of boar left, tunny upward behind. / Rev: Lion head roaring left, small facing panther head above. Rosen 522. Podiceps
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Kyzicus, Mysia, Silver hemiobol, After 480 BC 94 views5 commentsAntonivs Protti
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Kyzicus, Mysia, Silver hemiobol, After 480 BC 57 viewsKyzicus, Mysia, AR hemiobol, After 480 BC, Obv: Forepart of boar left, tunny upward behind. Rev: Lion head roaring left, small facing panther head above.
Antonio Protti
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Kyzikos - AE4 viewsc. 4th century BC
laureate head of Apollo left
amphora, tuna fish right below
KY_ZI
SNG BnF 411, SNG Cop 57, SNGvA 7351, BMC Mysia -,
Johny SYSEL
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Kyzikos - AR hemiobol10 views450-400 BC
forepart of boar left; tuna fish right
head of lion left; star above
SNG Kayhan 57 ff.; SNG BnF 375; SNG Cop 49; BMC Mysia p. 35, 120; SNGvA -,
0,37g
Johny SYSEL
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Kyzikos AR Hemiobol 31 viewsObv: Forepart of boar running left, tunny fish upwards behind.
Rev: Head of roaring lion left, star of four rays above, all in incuse square.
Date: Circa 450 - 400 BC
Weight: 0.40g
Ref: SNG Kayhan 58, BMC Mysia 120
oa
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Kyzikos AR Hemiobol 20 viewsObv: Forepart of boar running left, tunny fish upwards behind.
Rev: Head of roaring lion left, star of four rays above, all in incuse square.
Date: Circa 450 - 400 BC
Weight: 0.40g
Ref: SNG Kayhan 58, BMC Mysia 120
oa
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Kyzikos AR Obol25 viewsObv: Forepart of boar running left, tunny fish upwards behind.
Rev: Head of roaring lion left, star of four rays above, all in incuse square.
Date: Circa 480 - 400 BC
Weight: 0.80g
Ref: SNG Kayhan 60
oa
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Kyzikos Mysia Lion and Boar43 viewsKyzikos, Mysia, c. 450 - 400 B.C. Silver Hemiobol, 0.395g, 10.3mm, 45o, SNG Kayhan 57 ff.; SNG BnF 375; SNG Cop 49; BMC Mysia p. 35, 120; SNGvA -,
OBV: forepart of boar running left, tunny fish upwards behind;
REV: head of roaring lion left, star of four rays above, all in incuse square;

During the Peloponnesian War, 431 - 404 B.C., Cyzicus was subject alternately to the Athenians and Lacedaemonians. In the naval Battle of Cyzicus in 410, an Athenian fleet completely destroyed a Spartan fleet. At the peace of Antalcidas in 387, like the other Greek cities in Asia, it was made over to Persia. Alexander the Great captured it from the Persians in 334 B.C.

EX: Forum Ancient Coins
2 commentsSRukke
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Kyzikos Mysia Obol20 viewsCirca 525-475 BC AR Obol (0.77 gram 8-9 mm)
Obv: Forepart of boar left, tunny behind
Rev: Head of roaring lion facing left; K (retrograde) upper left; all within incuse square

Von Fritze II 15; SNG France 380-4
Ghengis Jon
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Kyzikos, AE 13; Head of Athena right/ head of bull left11 viewsCyzicus, Mysia, Second - first century B.C. Bronze 2.49g, 13mm. Obv: Head of Athena r. Rev: KU SI, Head of bull l. BMC 39, 159. Ex Gerhard Rohde,
Podiceps
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Kyzikos, Boar & lion; hemiobol13 viewsKyzikos, Mysia, c. 450 - 400 B.C. Silver hemiobol, SNG Kayhan 58, BMC Mysia p. 35, 120, Fair, Kyzikos mint, 0.319g, 7.6mm, 0o, c. 450 - 400 B.C.; obverse forepart of boar running left, tunny fish upwards behind; reverse, head of roaring lion left, star of four rays above, all in incuse square. Ex FORVMPodiceps
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Kyzikos, Boar & lion; obol16 viewsKyzikos, Mysia, c. 510-475 B.C. Obol (hemiobol?) AR, 0,5g, 8mm. Obv: Forepart of boar left, behind, tunny. Rev: Head of lion left in incuse square. SNG France 380.Podiceps
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Kyzikos, Boar & lion; Trihemiobol12 viewsMYSIA, KYZIKOS. Ca. 480-450 B.C. Trihemiobol, 1,2g, 11mm Obv: Forepart of boar left, tunny behind. Rev: Lions head left. SNG Cop 45. Podiceps
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Kyzikos, Mysia22 viewsPurchased from FORVM Ancient Coins:

Silver trihemiobol, BMC Mysia p. 35, 121, F, grainy, 0.720g, 10.1mm, 90o, Kyzikos mint, c. 480 - 450 B.C.; obverse forepart of boar running left; reverse head of roaring lion left, K (reversed) above, all in incuse square;
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Kyzikos, Mysia22 views450 400 B.C.
Silver hemiobol
0.36 gm, 8.0 mm
Obv.: Forepart of boar left, tunny upward behind
Rev.: Head of roaring lion left, two rays of star above, all in incuse square
BMC Mysia p.35, 120; Sear 3851v
Jaimelai
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Kyzikos, Mysia21 views410 400 B.C.
Silver hemiobol
0.35 gm, 8.0 mm
Obv.: Head of Attis left wearing Phrygian cap, tunny below
Rev.: KY-Z-I, forepart of bull right
[Von Fritze II 23; SNG von Aulock 7336; Klein 268]
Jaimelai
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Kyzikos, Mysia18 views480-450 BC
AR Hemiobol (9mm, 0.34g)
O: Forepart of running boar left; tunny fish upwards behind.
R: Head of roaring lion left, star above, all within incuse square.
SNG Cop 49; Sear 3850v; BMC 15,35
ex Tom Cederlind
Enodia
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Kyzikos, Mysia12 viewsAR Tritatemorion, 9X12mm, 0.58g; 480-450 BC.
Obv.: Forepart of running boar left, tunny fish facing upward.
Rev.: Roaring lion.
Notes: Ex Sidney Mygind.
John Anthony
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Kyzikos, Mysia27 views2nd-1st century BC
AE19 (19mm, 5.42g)
O: Head of Persephone right, wearing wreath of grain.
R: KY-ZI above and below monogram, all within oak wreath.
Sear 3864; BMC 148
ex Wayne Philips; ex Ancient Imports

Persephone
I saw a tender maiden plucking flowers
Once, long ago, in the bright morning hours;
And then from heaven I saw a sudden cloud
Fall swift and dark, and heard her cry aloud.
Again I looked, but from my open door
My anxious eyes espied the maid no more;
The cloud had vanished, bearing her away
To underlands beyond the smiling day.
(From a fragment by Sappho)
2 commentsEnodia
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Kyzikos, Mysia19 viewsCirca 3rd century BC
AE 11 (11mm, 1.16g)
O: Head of Persephone Soteira right, hair in sakkos.
R: Tripod between KY-ZI; tunny below.
SNG Cop 56; SNG France 429-430; Sear 3862
ex David Conners

Although traditionally attributed as Kore Soteira, in my opinion this should more correctly be Persephone Soteira. The epithet Soteira (or Savior) refers to the Goddess role as the bringer of Spring and the return of life-giving crops. As this return must necessarily occur after Her abduction She is no longer Maiden (Kore) but rather Persephone, Queen of the Underworld and consort of Hades.
Enodia
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Kyzikos, Mysia -BMC 1208 viewsKyzikos, Mysia. Hemiobol. Silver, 0.30 grams, 7 mm. After 480 BC.
Head of roaring lion left, retrograde K above, all within shallow incuse square /
orepart of running boar left, tunny fish swimming upwards behind.
xokleng
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Kyzikos, Mysia AR Trihemiobol, 525 - 475 B.C.26 viewsObv.: forepart of boar left, reversed E on side, tunny fish behind
Rev.: head of roaring lion left within incuse square
0,97g, 10mm.
SNG France: 361-72.
1 commentsCanaan
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Kyzikos, Mysia Hemiobol11 viewsAfter 480 BC. AR
Forepart of running boar left, retrograde E on shoulder, tunny fish swimming upwards behind./ Head of roaring lion left in shallow incuse square.
BMC118
DarkRain
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Kyzikos, Mysia Trihemiobol, Roaring Lion Left8 viewsAR Trihemiobol
Greek Provincial Kyzikos, Mysia
Issued: 480 - 450BC
11.0mm
O: NO LEGEND; Forepart of running boar left, tunny fish behind, facing upwards.
R: NO LEGEND; Head of roaring lion left, within incuse square.
SNG Von Aulock 1213; SG 3846.
Holding History
3/28/15 4/23/17
Nicholas Z
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Kyzikos, Mysia, AE 22.1mm; bull right/ flaming torch7 viewsKyzikos, Mysia, c. 200 - 100 B.C. Bronze AE 23, BMC Mysia p. 39, 161, F, Kyzikos mint, 5.437g, 22.1mm, 0o, c. 200 - 100 B.C.; obverse bull butting to right; reverse, KYZI-KHNWN either side of flaming torch, monogram in field. Ex FORVMPodiceps
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Kyzikos, Mysia, AR hemiobol; forepart of boar running left/ head of roaring lion left31 viewsKyzikos, Mysia, c. 450 - 400 B.C. Silver hemiobol, SNG Kayhan 58, BMC Mysia p. 35, 120, VF, Kyzikos mint, 0.357g, 9.1mm, 45o, c. 450 - 400 B.C.; obverse forepart of boar running left, tunny fish upwards behind; reverse, head of roaring lion left, star of four rays above, all in incuse square. Ex FORVMPodiceps
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Kyzikos, Mysia, c. 450 - 400 B.C.4 viewsDuring the Peloponnesian War, 431 - 404 B.C., Cyzicus was subject alternately to the Athenians and Lacedaemonians. In the naval Battle of Cyzicus in 410, an Athenian fleet completely destroyed a Spartan fleet. At the peace of Antalcidas in 387, like the other Greek cities in Asia, it was made over to Persia. Alexander the Great captured it from the Persians in 334 B.C.
GA87967. Silver hemiobol, von Fritze III 14; SNG Kayhan 57; SNG BnF 375; SNG Cop 49; BMC Mysia p. 35, 120; SNGvA -, VF, toned, light marks, light etching, Kyzikos (Kapu Dagh, Turkey) mint, weight 0.347g, maximum diameter 9.8mm, die axis 180o, c. 450 - 400 B.C.; obverse forepart of boar running left, tunny fish upwards behind; reverse head of roaring lion left, star of four rays above, all in incuse square
Mark R1
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Kyzikos, Mysia, c. 480 - 450 B.C. Silver trihemiobol, Boar forepart/ lion head, K8 viewsKyzikos, Mysia, c. 480 - 450 B.C. Silver trihemiobol, BMC p. 35, 121, aF, rough, Kyzikos mint, 0.856g, 10.2mm, 180o, c. 480 - 450 B.C.; obverse forepart of boar running left; reverse, head of roaring lion left, K (reversed) above, all in incuse square. Ex FORVMPodiceps
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Kyzikos, Mysia. Trihemiobol. 1.15 gr. After 480 BC. AR10.5mm19 viewsKyzikos, Mysia. Trihemiobol. 1.15 gr. After 480 BC.

Obv. Forepart of running boar left, tunny fish swimming upwards behind.
Rev. Head of roaring lion left, within shallow incuse square.

Ref. BMC Mysia, 112
Lee S
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Lampsakos silver fraction8 viewsMysia, 480-450 BC, Lampsakos, Janiform female head with Tania, earings, necklace. Head of Athena with Corinthian helmetCANTANATRIX
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Lampsakos silver fraction8 viewsMysia, 480-450 BC, Lampsakos, Janiform female head with Tania, earings, necklace. Head of Athena with Corinthian helmetCANTANATRIX
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Lampsakos, Mysia70 views390-330 BC
AR Trihemiobol (10mm, 1.32g)
O: Janiform female head, wearing tainia and earring.
R: Head of Athena right, wearing Corinthian helmet.
SNG France 1195; Sear 3893; BMC 15 83,43
1 commentsEnodia
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Lampsakos, Mysia23 views4th - 3rd Cent. B.C.
Bronze AE 8
0.71 gm, 8 mm
Obv.: Helmeted head of Athena left, pellet before and behind
Rev.: ΛA-MΨ either side of amphora
Sear 3907; BMC Mysia p. 85, 61
Jaimelai
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LAMPSAKOS, MYSIA THRACE AE 10, BMC Mysia 53 ff. var, Winged Horse25 viewsOBVERSE: Female head right, hair rolled
REVERSE: Forepart of winged horse right, ΨΑ above, symbol below
1.24g, 10mm

Struck at Lampsakos, Mysia, 399-200 BC
Legatus
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Lampsakos, Mysia, c. 4th - 3rd Centuries B.C.57 viewsSilver diobol, Baldwin Lampsakos, Group B, Type I, pl. VI, 6; SNG Ashmolean 660; SNG BnF 1195; SNG Cop 191; SNGvA 1295; BMC Mysia p. 83, 36 ff., VF, well centered on a tight flan, toned, 1.458g, 11.7mm, 315o, Lampsakos (Lapseki, Turkey) mint, c. 4th - 3rd Centuries B.C.; obverse Janiform female head, wearing taenia and disk earring; reverse LA-M-Y (clockwise, starting above), helmeted head of Athena right, in a shallow round incuse.

A very valuable example from FORVM.

Lampsakos was founded by Greek colonists from Phocaea in the 6th century B.C. Soon afterward it became a main competitor of Miletus, controlling the trade roots in the Dardanelles. During the 6th and 5th centuries B.C., Lampsacus was successively dominated by Lydia, Persia, Athens, and Sparta; Artaxerxes I assigned it to Themistocles with the expectation that the city supply the Persian king with its famous wine. When Lampsacus joined the Delian League after the battle of Mycale in 479 B.C., it paid a tribute of twelve talents, a testimony to its wealth.
Sam
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Lampsakos; AE11.3; Head of nymph Io r./ Ψ Α forepart of Pegasos right14 viewsLampsacus, Mysia, Fourth - third century B.C. 1.15g, 11.3mm.
LAM 
Head of nymph Io r. /
Ψ Α 
Forepart of Pegasos r. Aulock 1300; SNG Copenhagen 206; BMC 84, 55. Ex Gerhard RohdePodiceps
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Lampsakos; AE22; Head of Apollo r., cm owl;
ΛΑΜ Lyra, forepart of Pegasos25 viewsLampsacus, Mysia, Second - first century B.C. 
6.86g, 22mm. Head of Apollo laureate r.; countermark: owl. /
ΛΑΜ 
Lyra, forepart of Pegasos on l. Cf. SNG Copenhagen 217; Cf. BMC 87, 75 (no countermark). Ex Gerhard RohdePodiceps
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Lampsakos; AE23; Head of Apollo r.;
ΛΑΜΨΑΚΗΝΩΝ 
Athena l., holding Nike26 viewsLampsacus, Mysia. Second - first century B.C. AE 23mm. 
Head of Apollo laureate r.;
ΛΑΜΨΑΚΗΝΩΝ 
Athena standing l., holding statue of Nike. SNG Copenhagen 220; Aulock 1304. Ex Gerhard RohdePodiceps
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Macedonia, Philippi(?), Tiberius, RPC 165747 viewsTiberius, AD 14-37
AE 17 (Semis), 3.41g
obv. [TI] AVG
bare head, r.
rev. (anepigraphic)
two priests plowing sulcus primigenius right with two oxen
RPC 1657; BMC (Parium) ?
rare, VF, nice green patina

This edition is uncertain. Formerly it was located to Parium/Mysia, recently more to Philippi because of a found hoard.
Jochen
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Macrinus AE 24 - Parium14 viewsParium
Mysia
Macrinus
Obv.: IMP C M OPE SEV MACRINVS
Laureate, draped bust right
Rev.: C G I H P
Capricorn holding globe; cornucopia behind
24 mm, 8.86 gr, 2 h
SNG France 1502; BMC Greek (Mysia) 107, 111
Vladimir P
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Marcus Aurelius AE 31 - Parium8 viewsParium
Mysia
Marc Aurelius
Obv.: IMP CAES M AVRE[]
Bare-headed draped and cuirassed bust right
Rev.: C G I H P
Demeter standing right, holding long torch with both hands
31 mm, 14.13 gr, 12 h
Apparently unpublished. Cf. SNG France 1479 (similar, but lower denomination)
Vladimir P
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Modern Fantasy47 viewsAllegedly Mysia. A modern fantasy.1 commentsMolinari
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Myisa, Parion. Hemidrachm63 viewsGorgoneion

ΠA PI
Bull standing left, head turned to look back; kerykeion below

Mysia, Parion
350-300 BC

SNG BN -. Symbol not recorded in the standard reference.


2.20g

Ex-ANE
1 commentsJay GT4
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MYSIA41 views2nd-1st C. B.C. - Bronze AE 21, S 3976, BMC 149, VF, Pergamon mint, 7.983g, 21.1mm, 0o, obverse [SELEUKOU], laureate and bearded head of Asklepios right; reverse P-ER/G-A/MHNWN, eagle standing half-left on thunderbolt, head right1 commentsdpaul7
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MYSIA45 viewsc. 320-284 B.C. Silver diobol, BMC 9 ff., VF, Pergamon mint, 1.240g, 10.1mm, 0o, obverse head of Herakles right, clad in lion's skin headdress; reverse PERGA(M), Athena standing facing, holding spear and shield1 commentsdpaul7
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Mysia14 viewsMysia, Pergamon Tetradrachm
26 mm 12.40 gm
Cista mystica with serpent; all within ivy wreath.
Bow case between two serpents; AP and monogram above, serpent-entwined staff to right
Koffy
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Mysia - Kyzikos31 viewsAR hemiobol
480-450 BC
O - Forepart of boar right, tunny fish behind
R - Head of lion left, K above
SNG Cop 52 v
mauseus
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Mysia - Kyzikos15 viewsAR hemiobol
480-450 BC
O - Forepart of boar left, tunny fish behind
R - Head of lion left, cross above
SNG Cop 49
mauseus
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Mysia - Kyzikos32 viewsAR obol
480-450 BC
O - Forepart of boar left with retrograde E on back, tunny fish behind
R - Head of lion left
SNG Cop 48
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Mysia - Kyzikos14 viewsAR tritartemorion
550-480 BC
O - tunny fish head
R - Rough incuse punch
Rosen 515
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Mysia - Kyzikos10 viewsAR hemiobol
410-400 BC
O - Head of Attis, left, wearing Phrygian cap, tunny fish below
R - Head of bull, right, KYZI
SNG von Aulock 7336
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MYSIA - LAMPSACUS 56 viewsEmisin pstuma en el nombre de ALEJANDRO III "MAGNO".
AR Dracma 16 mm 4.0 gr.

Anv: Cabeza de Herakles (Hrcules) vistiendo piel de len. Grfila de puntos.
Rev: "ALEΞANΔPOY" - Zeus Atophoros sentado en trono a izquierda, sosteniendo Aguila en mano derecha extendida y cetro en izquierda. Sus piernan cruzadas con la derecha hacia atrs. Monograma "KI" en campo izq.

Acuacin: 323 - 315 A.C.
Ceca: Lampsacus - Mysia

Referencias: Price #1398 - Mller #823
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Mysia - Lampsakos8 viewsAR trihemiobol (1.1g)
c.500-450 BC
O - Janiform female head
R - Helmeted head of Athena left within incuse square
Sear 3879
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MYSIA - PARION - Asia Menor29 viewsAR Hemidracma 14 x 12 mm 2.0 gr.

Anv: Cabeza de la GORGONA, con la lengua afuera. (Arte arcaico)
Rev: Forma cruciforme y cncava con una pequea bolita en el centro.

Acuada: Aproximadamente 480 A.C.
Ceca: Parion - Mysia Hoy Kemer (Turqua).

Referencias: Sear GCTV Vol.2 #3918 Pag.364 - B.M.C. Vol.15 #10 Pag.95 pl. xxi, 6 - Dew #2200 - SNGuk_1301_0433
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Mysia : Parion107 views c. 480 B.C.
AR 3/4 drachm
Gorgon head with protruding tongue / cruciform incuse with pellet in center.
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MYSIA AR Hemiobol12 viewsOBVERSE: Forepart of running boar left, tunny fish behind upward
REVERSE: Head of roaring lion left within incuse square, star above
Struck at Kyzikos, 480-450BC
0.3g, 9 mm
Sear 3850
ex Saint Paul Antiques LTD
Legatus
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Mysia Kyzikos 480-450 BC AR Obol177 viewsMysia Kyzikos 480-450 BC AR Obol
0.35g, 9mm
Obv.: Forepart of boar left, tuna behind
Rev.: Lion's head left
SNG Turkey 57

ex MediterraneanCoins
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Mysia Parium5 viewsAE 18
Obv.: TRAIANVS AVG
Laureate head of Trajan right; countermark
Rev.: PLOTINA ET MARCIANA AVG
Confronted busts of Marciana and Plotina, both diademed and draped.

18mm, 4.08g
Weber 5151; SNG France 1468
klausklage
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Mysia Parium Gallienus2 viewsMysia Parium Gallienus. Triumphal arch statues below top each side standing on columns, quadriga of elephants on top of arch. 26mm, 9.11 gm. Price and Trell fig 213.Ancient Aussie
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mysia pergamon58 viewsMysia Pergamon c.100 BC, AE18 (2.45 gm.)
Obverse- Helmeted head of Athena right, flower or star on helmet.
Reverse- ΑΘΗ - ΝΑΣ above, ΝΙΚΗΦΟΡΟΥ below, K - Λ either side of owl facing, with wings spread, on palm branch.
Sear 3962var
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Mysia Pergamon AR cistophoric tetradrachm6 views25mm, 12.33 grams
C 166-167BC
Cista mystica with a serpent emerging; ivy wreath around
Two serpents entwined around a bow
JBGood
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Mysia Pergamon 88-50 BC3 viewsMysia Pergamon 88-50 BC.Bronze

Obverse.Head of Athena in classic crested Athenian Helmet.

Reverse.Serpent of Aesklepius.M on left side

11mm
Macedonian Warrior
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Mysia Pergamum AE1536 viewsCirca 150 BCGhengis_Jon
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MYSIA, ADRAMYTEION13 viewsMYSIA, ADRAMYTEION
~350 BC. AE 12mm.

Obv: Head of Zeus facing slightly right

Rev: ADRA, Eagle left on altar.

VonFritze 6

Thanks to FORVM member rover1.3 for his help IDing this coin.
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Mysia, Adramyteion, Zeus / horseman, AE1834 views18mm, 2.25g
obv: CTP A KAI KAΠITΩNA; laureate and bearded head of Zeus left
rev: AΔPAMYTHNΩN; horseman (emperor?) galloping right, raising right arm
ex Lars Rutten collection, discussed here

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MYSIA, ADRAMYTEON 17 viewsca. 350 BC
AE 9 mm; 0.87 g
O: Laureate head of Zeus, right
R: Forepart of Pegasos, right
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MYSIA, ADRAMYTEUM24 viewsCirca 2nd cent BC
AE 20 mm; 6.31 g
Head of Apollo left.
Reverse.AΔΡΑΜΥ / ΤΗΝΩΝ, cornucopiae between pilei of the Dioscuri each surmounted by a star.
Ref:SNG Cop 5-6.
laney
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Mysia, Adramytteion, Weber 494920 viewsMysia, Adramytteion mint, c. 187 - 133 B.C. AE, 12mm 1.71g, Weber 4949
O: Laureate head of Zeus facing slightly right;
R: AΔΡA-M, eagle with wings closed standing left on rock, grain ear before
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Mysia, Astyra48 viewsAstyra, Mysia
Tissaphernes, satrap 400 - 395 BC
Head of Athena r.
TISSA
Tissaphernes riding r.
Cahn AA 1985, 589. Not in Aulock, BMC, Copenhagen, Lindgren.
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MYSIA, ASTYRA--TISSAPHERNES22 viewsc. 415-395 BC
AE 10 mm, 0.90 g
O: head of Athena right
R: TIS[SA] (vertically upward on left), Tissaphernes on horseback galloping right, right hand raised
Mysia, Astyra mint
cf Hahn, Tissaphernes in Astyra; rare
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MYSIA, Atarneos19 viewsMysia, Atarneos. Circa 400 BC. AE9mm. Laureate head of Apollo right / ATARN, Forepart of horse right. BMC 5; SNG Cop 27.(?).Molinari
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MYSIA, Atarneos16 viewsMYSIA, Atarneos. Circa 400 BC. 11mm. Laureate head of Apollo right / Forepart of horse right, serpent above. SNG France 129; SNG Copenhagen 25.Molinari
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Mysia, Atarneos. AE11. Apollo/ Forepart of horse.37 viewsObv: Laureate head of Apollo right.
Rev: ATAP / Forepart of horse right, serpent behind.
11mm., 0.75 gm.
SNG France 129; SNG Copenhagen 25.
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Mysia, Attaea, Commodus28 viewsObv: laureate-headed bust of Commodus (lightly bearded) wearing cuirass and paludamentum, r.
Rev: Homonoia standing, l., wearing kalathos, holding patera over lighted altar and cornucopia
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Mysia, Attaea. Hadrian AE18. 28 viewsObv: ...ADRIAN... / Head of Hadrian r., laur.
Rev: ATTAITWN / Zeus standing l., in r. thunderbolt, l. holds scepter.
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Mysia, Attaea. Trajan. von Fritze Mys. 367; KM 16, no. 1; BMC 3–4.25 viewsMysia, Attaea. Trajan. (AD 98117). 17mm (3.29g), 12h.
Obverse: ΑV[Τ] ΚΑΙ - CΑΡ CЄΒ, laureate head right.
Reverse [Α]ΤΤΑ ΙΤΩΝ, draped bust of the Senate or Demos right.
References: von Fritze Mys. 367 (Taf. VI, 9; same obverse die); KM 16, no. 1; BMC Mysia, p. 15, nos. 34 (Pl. III, 4; Augustus).
Ex Collegium Josephinum Bonn, 10-13-2010.

Same obverse die as CNG E-195, Lot 138:
http://www.cngcoins.com/Coin.aspx?CoinID=129062
Mark Fox
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Mysia, Attaia, Demos / Heros, AE1948 views17-19mm, 3.03g
2nd century AD
Obv: ΔHMOC, diademed head of Demos right.
Rev: ATTAITΩN, naked youth (Heros?) right, left foot on rock.

BMC Mysia -, SNG Aulock -, SNG Leypold-, SNG Righetti -, Lindgren I+III -, Imhoof-Blumer KM -, Sear -, but cf. SNG Aulock 7203 for a similar reverse type combined with a Synkletos obverse.

ex Rutten & Wieland
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Mysia, Attaia, Geta, Weber 496345 viewsGeta, AD 209-212
AE 24, 7.02g
obv. L CEP GE - TAC KAIC
Bust, draped and cuirassed, bare-headed, r.
rev. ATTAI - T / WN
Youthful river-god Grylios(?), in himation, nude to hips, wearing wreath, leaning l., holding waterplant in outstretched r. hand and resting with l. ellbow on vase from which water flows l.
AMNG IV, 415 (1 ex., London); Weber 4963; Mabbott 1255
rare, VF

This is the only type for Geta from Attaia. River Grylios, today Madra Cey
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Mysia, Attaia, Synkletos / Heros, AE1939 views19mm, 5.34g
2nd century AD
Obv: IEPA CYNKLHTOC; diademed head of Synkletos (Senate) right
Rev: ATTAITΩN, naked youth (Heros?) right, left foot on rock

SNG Aulock 7203
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Mysia, Cyzicus47 viewsCyzicus, Mysia. 400 - 280 BC
Head of Apollo left.
KU - SI Amphora.

SNG Copenhagen 57
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Mysia, Cyzicus, 480-450 BC, AR Hemiobol.27 viewsMysia, Cyzicus, 480-450 BC, AR Hemiobol. Forepart of boar running left, upward tuna behind / Head of roaring lion left within incuse square. Weber 5030 ancientone
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Mysia, Cyzicus. Gallienus AE2230 viewsGallienus AE. Cyzicus, Mysia, as Neokoros. 253-268 AD. AE22, 6.8g.
Obv: A K P L GALLIHNOC, laureate, draped bust right.
Rev: KYZI-KH-NWN NEOKOP, altar between two serpent-entwined torches.
ancientone
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MYSIA, Cyzicus. Gordian III. 44 views (22mm, 5.35 g, 1h). Laureate and draped bust right / Bull standing right. SNG France 850 (same dies); SNG von Aulock -; SNG Copenhagen -. VF, dark green patina, traces of die clash on obverse.1 commentsSkySoldier
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Mysia, Cyzicus. Hemiobol.34 viewsMysia, Cyzicus. Hemiobol. Silver, 0.80 grams, 10.49 mm. After 480 BC. Head of roaring lion left, retrograde K above, all within shallow incuse square / Forepart of running boar left, tunny fish swimming upwards behind. BMC Mysia, 121; Sear 3851.BMC 121 ancientone
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MYSIA, GAMBRION22 viewsca. 400 BC
AE 10 mm 1.06 g
O: Laureate head of Apollo right
R: Bull butting left
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MYSIA, GAMBRION10 views4th - 3rd Century BC
AE 10 mm 1.02 g
O: Laureate head of Apollo right
R: Star
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MYSIA, GAMBRION15 viewsc. 350 - 300 B.C.
AE 15 mm, 3.87 g
O: laureate head of Apollo right;
R: Γ−Α−Μ between rays of star;
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MYSIA, GAMBRION18 viewsc. 400 - 350 BC
AE 10.5 mm 0.90 g
O: Laureate head of Apollo right.
R: Bull butting left
cf. BMC Mysia 63, 14 - 17; SNG Cop. 154 ff
laney
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MYSIA, GAMBRION25 viewsAfter 350 BC. (0,87 g. - 10 mm)
Vs: Laureate head of Apollo right.
Rs: Bull butiing left. _1247
Antonivs Protti
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MYSIA, GAMBRION16 views350-250 BC
AE 16 mm, 3.65 g
Obv.: Laureate head of Apollo left
Rev.: Bull butting left
Mysia, Gambrion; Ref.: SNG France 906-7, SNG Cop. 154-155
laney
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Mysia, Gambrion (Poyracik, Izmir, Turkey)8 viewsSear 3871, SNG France 908-921, SNG Copenhagen 146-149.

AE unit; ca. 350-200 B.C., 4.13 g., 17.37 mm. max., 180

Obv.: Laureate head of Apollo right.

Rev.: Twelve-pointed star, Γ-[A-M] between rays.

The earliest mention of Gambrion is in Xenophon's Anabasis which discusses the region in 399 B.C. The city peaked during the rule of the Pergamon Kingdom in the third and second centuries B.C.
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Mysia, Gambrion, AE1735 views3rd century BC
obv: laureate head of Apollo right
rev: ΓAM; 12-rayed star
BMC p. 62, #4
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MYSIA, GERME11 viewsca. 100-200 AD (Antonine period)
Civic coinage
AE 15.5 mm max, 2.93 g
O: [ΙΣΡΑ CΥ]ΝΚΛΗΤΟC Draped bust of the senate right
R: ΓΣΡΜΗΝΩΝ Draped bust of Apollo right
Mysia, Germe; BMC Mysia p. 64, 3; SNG VA 1092
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Mysia, Germe, Conventus of Cyzicus. Pseudo-autonomous AE20 21 viewsBetween 138 and 192 AD.
Obverse: ΙΕΡΑ ΣΥΝΚΗΤΟΣ, draped bust of the Senate (youthful), r.
Reverse: ΓΕΡΜ ΗΝΩΝ, Nude Heracles standing, facing, head, l., resting arm on club, holding lion-skin
ancientone
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Mysia, Germe, Geta SNG Paris 99176 viewsGeta AD 198-209
AE 28, 12.58g
obv. P CEPTIMIOC - GETAC KAIC
bust, draped and cuirassed, bare head, r.
rev. CTR GLVKWNOC B GERMHNWN
Apollo Citharoedus, nude, stg. r., legs crossed, holding r. hand above head, resting with l. hand on kithara, set on column; left behind a tree with snake coiling around.
SNG Paris 991; SNG von Aulock 1115 (same dies); Sear GICV 2851
Rare, about VF
added to www.wildwinds.com

A nice elegant depiction of Apollo with remarkable long legs. Looks a bit manieristic.
Apropos: Referring to Ehling all coins from Germe are from Germe in Mysia. Wether there were another Germe too in Lydia is unclear.
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Mysia, Germe, Herakles / lion, AE1428 views14mm, 1.65gareich
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Mysia, Germe, pseudo-autonomous, BMC 141 viewsAE 16, 2.9g
Struck in the times of the Antonines AD 100-130
obv. IERA.CVN - KLHTO
youthful bust of Senate, draped, r.
rev. GERMA - NWN
bust of Apollo., draped and laureate, r., laurel-branch before
SNG von Aulock 1092; SNG BN Paris 943; BMC 1
rare, about VF

Referring to Ehling all coins from Germe are from Germe in Mysia!
Jochen
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Mysia, Germe, Synkletos / Athena, AE2320 viewstime of Gordian III
23mm, 5.60g
obv: IEPA ΓEPMH; turreted and draped bust of Tyche right
rev: ΓEPMHNΩN; Athena standing left, holding phiale over altar, spear, and shield set on ground
SNG von Aulock 1093, Ehling 443

ex Lars Rutten collection
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Mysia, Germe, Tyche/Athena,AE2227 views2nd-3rd century AD
22mm, 7.56g
obv: TYXH ΠOΛEΩC; turreted and draped bust right
rev: ΓEPMHNΩN; Athena standing left, holding patera over altar in right, spear and shield in left hand

BMC 11, SNG von Aulock 1097
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Mysia, Germe. AE16. Senate/Apollo16 viewsObv: IEΡA CYNKΛHTOC, draped, youthful bust of the Senate right.
Rev: ΓEΡMHNΩN, Laureate, draped bust of Apollo right, (usually with laurel branch in right field).
AD 117-161
ancientone
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Mysia, Germe. Faustina II AE1718 viewsObv: ΦΑVСΤƐΙΝΑ / draped bust of Faustina II, r.
Rev: ΓƐΡΜΗΝΩΝ / Apollo standing, facing, head, l., holding patera and lyre.
ancientone
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Mysia, Kysikus AR Hemiobol, Sear 3850, Lion25 viewsOBV: Forepart of running boar left, tunny fish behind upward
REV: Head of roaring lion left within incuse square, star above
0.41 g, 9.5 mm

Minted at Mysia, 480-450 BC
Legatus
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Mysia, Kyzicos, Silver hemiobol. after 480 B.C.24 viewsObv: Forepart of boar running left, tunny fish upwards behind.
Rev: Head of roaring lion left, Retrograde K above, all in incuse square
Minted in Kyzicos, after 480 B.C.
Reference: BMC Mysia p. 35, 121
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MYSIA, KYZIKOS22 viewsca. 500-450 BC.
AR Hemiobol 9.5 mm, 0.33g
O: Forepart of boar left, K on shoulder, tunny behind
R: Head of roaring lion left; small head of female lion (sometimes also described as a panther) facing to upper left; all within incuse square.
Mysia, Kyzikos mint; SNG France 386; BMC p. 35, 119; Sear 3850
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MYSIA, Kyzikos35 viewsMYSIA, Kyzikos. Circa 450-400 BC. AR Hemiobol (8mm, 0.23 g, 11h). Forepart of boar left, [retrograde K on shoulder]; to right, tunny upward / Head of lion left; to upper left, head of panther(?) facing; all within incuse square. Von Fritze II 13; SNG Ashmolean 540; SNG France 386; SNG von Aulock 1215. Good VF, find patina, struck with worn obverse die.ecoli
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MYSIA, Kyzikos13 viewsMYSIA, Kyzikos
ca. 550-500 BC.
EL Hekte (1/6 stater); 10 mm, 2.28 grams
Obverse: Head of goat left; (tunny to right)
Reverse: Quadripartite incuse square
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MYSIA, Kyzikos3 viewsMYSIA, Kyzikos
ca. 600-550 BC.
EL Myshemihekte (1/24 stater); 6.0 mm, 0.49 gram
Obverse: Tunny fish swimming right
Reverse: Quadripartite incuse square
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MYSIA, Kyzikos4 viewsMYSIA, Kyzikos.
ca. 600-550 BC.
EL Hemihekte (1/12th Stater); 8mm, 1.35 grams
Obverse: Upward tunny flanked by two tunny heads facing outward
Reverse: Quadripartite incuse square
cmcdon0923
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Mysia, Kyzikos 4 viewsMysia, Kyzikos. 480-450 BC ARTrihemitartemorion (0.33 gm). Forepart of boar, l., tunny fish behind. / Forepart of lion roaring l., K (retrograde) above, star at nose. nVF. SNG France 380-384; SNG von Aulock 1215 var; Von Fritze II 15. Christian T
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Mysia, Kyzikos4 viewsMysia, Kyzikos 480-450 BC AR Hemiobol (1.2 gm). Forepart of boar l., tunny fish behind / Forepart of lion head, roaring l. in incuse square. VF. SNG Cop 45ff; BMC 15.34 #108ff; SNG France 364; Von Fritze (1914) 9 & Taf. V, 11.Christian T
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Mysia, Kyzikos 4 viewsMysia, Kyzikos 480-450 BC AR Trihemiobol (1.2 gm). Forepart of boar l. / Forepart of lion l., K (retrograde) above. gVF. SNG Cop 52; SNG France 389-392. cf SNG von Aulock 7335; von Fritze Nomisma IX, 16. Christian T
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Mysia, Kyzikos - Hemiobol29 viewsObv: Head of Attis left, wearing Phrygian cap
Rev: KYZI. Head of bull right
Size: 7 mm
Weight: 0,4 g
Date: 410-390 BC
Ref: Klein 268, SNG von Aulock 7336
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Mysia, Kyzikos 450-400 BC, Hemiobol, .35g: Obv: Head of Attis left wearing a Phrygian cap Rev: Head of a bull facing "KY-Z-I". SNG Von Aulock 7336

Ex Aegean Numismatics - Auction 5/11/17
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Mysia, Kyzikos AR Hemiobol16 viewsMysia, Kyzikos

C. 450-400 BC

6mm., 0.38g.

Forepart of boar right; to left, tunny upward

Head of lion left; retrograde K to upper left; all within incuse square

References: (vendors) Von Fritze II 16; SNG France 392; SNG von Aulock 7335; BMC 123; Weber 5032.

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Mysia, Kyzikos AR Tetradrachm37 views390-341/0 BC.
Obv.: Head of Kore Soteira left, hair in sphendone covered with a veil, wearing wreath of grain ears and single-pendant earring; ΣΩTEIPA above.
Rev.: Head of lion left; below, tunny left; KY-ZI around, [astragalos to right].
Pixodarus Type 2, Group D; SNG France 407; SNG von Aulock 1219 and 7345; Stacks, 24 August 1976, lot 1572 (same dies).
From the Roger Liles Collection.
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Mysia, Kyzikos AR Tetradrachm82 views390-341/0 BC.
Obv.: Head of Kore Soteira left, hair in sphendone covered with a veil, wearing wreath of grain ears and single-pendant earring; ΣΩTEIPA above.
Rev.: Head of lion left; below, tunny left; KY-ZI around, [astragalos to right].
Pixodarus Type 2, Group D; SNG France 407; SNG von Aulock 1219 and 7345; Stacks, 24 August 1976, lot 1572 (same dies).
From the Roger Liles Collection.
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Mysia, Kyzikos 1812 viewsMysia, Kyzikos

c. 3rd Century BC.

18mm., 4.77g.

Head of Kore right

Tripod, with tunny fish below

References:

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Mysia, Kyzikos, 002 Augustus (63 B.C.-14 A.D.), AE-16, RPC I 2244, K-Y/Z-I, Torch, all within wreath, Rare ! 79 viewsMysia, Kyzikos, 002 Augustus (63 B.C.-14 A.D.), AE-16, RPC I 2244, K-Y/Z-I, Torch, all within wreath, Rare !
avers:- No legend, bare head right, border of dots.
revers:- K-Y Z-I in two lines to left and right of torch, all within wreath of corn-ears.
exe: K-Y/Z-I//--, diameter: 15-16mm, weight: 2,59g, axis: 1h,
mint: Mysia, Kyzikos, 002 Augustus, date: 63 B.C.-14 A.D., ref: RPC I 2244, SNG Tbingen 2277, BMC 210, SNG France 621, SNG von Aulock 7368,
Q-001
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Mysia, Kyzikos, 088p Valerian-I (253-260 A.D.), AE-25, Burning altar,136 viewsMysia, Kyzikos, 088p Valerian-I (253-260 A.D.), AE-25, Burning altar,
avers:- AVK ΛIK Λ VAΛEPIANOC, Laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust right .
revers:- CTΡACΩ CTΡATΩY KYZIKEΩN NΩN (retrograde), NEΩKOΡ in ex. Burning altar between two serpent-entwined, burning torches. CΩCTΡATΩY (magistrate).
exergo: -/-//NEΩKOΡ, diameter: 25,0mm, weight: 7,68g, axis: 7h,
mint: Mysia, Kyzikos, date: 253-260 A.D., ref:SNG France 858, CNG e-Auction #68, closed 9 July, 2003, cf. SNG von Aulock 1286 (no altar); cf. SNG Copenhagen (same).
Q-001
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Mysia, Kyzikos, 2nd-1st century BC, 2513 viewsBull butting right within dotted border.
KYZI-KHNΩN (with retrograde Z) either side of flaming torch, ΠA monogram in lower right field.

Von Fritze III 30; SNG France 495; BMC-p. 39, 163; SNG Von Aulock-1239 var. (different monogram).

(25 mm, 9.58 g, 12h).
Classical Numismatic Group.
n.igma
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Mysia, Kyzikos, AE-9, Kyzicos, SNG Copenhagen 57, KYZI, Amphora, 65 viewsMysia, Kyzikos, AE-9, Kyzicos, SNG Copenhagen 57, KYZI, Amphora,
avers:- Diademed head of Apollo left, within circle,
revers:- ΚΥZΙ, Amphora.
exe: -/-//--, diameter: 8,6mm, weight: 0,65g, axis: 3h,
mint: Mysia, Kyzikos, date: c.4th century B.C., ref: SNG Copenhagen 57.
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Mysia, Kyzikos, AE9-1285 views9-12mm, 0.78g
obv: forepart of boar left, tunny fish behind
rev: lion's head left, retrograde K above left
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Mysia, Kyzikos, boar / lion33 views7mm, 0.32g
obv: forepart of boar right
rev: lion's head left, retrograde K above left
areich
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Mysia, Kyzikos, c. 4th Century B.C.,76 viewsMysia, Kyzikos, c. 4th Century B.C.,
avers:- Wreathed head of Kore Soteira right, within dotted circle,
revers:- Tripod, ΚΥZΙ−ΚΗΝΩΝ on either side, monogram to left, long torch below.
exe: -/-//--, diameter: 24-26 mm, weight: 7,99 g, axis: 0 h,
mint: Kyzikos, Mysia, c. 4th Century B.C.,
date: c. 4th Century B.C.,
ref: ,
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Mysia, Kyzikos, hemiobol70 views9mm, 0.33g
obv: forepart of wild boar left, tunny fish behind
rev: lion's head left, facing lion's head above
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Kyzikos.jpg
Mysia, Kyzikos, obol, tunny / quadratum incusum49 views520-480 BC(?)
8mm, 0.65g
obv: tunny fish left
rev: quadratum incusum

SNG Aulock 7328
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Mysia, Kyzikos, pseudo-autonomous, SNG Copenhagen 91 var.38 viewsAE 29, 8.3g
struck under strategos Aur. Aristeidos, 2nd-3rd century AD
obv. KYZ - IKOC
Head of the heroe Kyzikos, diademed with taenia, r.
rev. CTR A / [YR AR]IC / TE[I]DOY / KYZIKH / NWN (in 5 lines)
all in laurel-wreath
SNG Copenhagen 91 var. (has an additional 6th line)
Very rare, VF/about VF, dark green patina

In Mnsterberg, Die Beamtennamen auf griechischen Mnzen, is mentioned a strategos under Severus Alexander named Avr. Aristaidos. Perhaps he is the same as named in the legend.
Kyzikos was the king of the Doliones in Mysia. For more informations please look at the thread 'Mythological interesting coins'!
Jochen
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Mysia, Kyzikos, pseudo_autonomous, SNG Paris 59671 viewsAE 17, 4.13g
struck c. AD 170-190 (late Antoninian time)
obv. (anepigraphic)
head of Kore Soteira, with grain wreath, r.
rev. KVZIK - KHWN
Jar with two handles
von Fritze, KK 26, 30; SNG Paris 596
rare, about VF, good style
ex coll. J.-P. Righetti

In Kyzikos Persephone was warshipped as Kore Soteira (= Saviour).
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Mysia, Kyzikos, SNG von Aulock 733634 viewsKyzikos, 410-400 BC
AR - hemiobol, 0.34g
obv. Bust of Attis, draped and wearing Phrygian cap, l.
rev. KY -Z
Head of bull, r.
SNG von Aulock 7336
rare, about VF

For more information see the thread 'Mythological interesting coins'.
Jochen
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MYSIA, Kyzikos.7 viewsAR Hemiobol, 10mm, 0.4g, 3h; c. 480-450 BC
Obv.: Forepart of boar left; H on shoulder, tunny fish to right.
Rev.: Head of roaring lion left.
Reference: SNG France 376; SNG Copenhagen 48 var. (E on shoulder)
John Anthony
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MYSIA, Kyzikos.5 views12 1.2g, 6h; c. 400 BC - 3rd century BC.
Obv.: Head of Kore Soteira right, hair bound in sakkos.
Rev.: KY - ZIH; Tripod; above, crown; below, tunny fish.
Reference: SNG France 430; BMC 141-3 / 17-76-46
John Anthony
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Mysia, Kyzikos. AR fraction.16 viewsMysia, Kyzikos. AR fraction. 480-450 BC.
Forepart of Boar left, roarinf head of Lion, left.
CANTANATRIX
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Mysia, Kyzikos. AR fraction. 480-450 BC.16 viewsMysia, Kyzikos. AR fraction. 480-450 BC.
Forepart of Boar left, roarinf head of Lion, left.
CANTANATRIX
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Mysia, Lampsacus. AE21. Volusian 50 viewsObv: ΑΥΤ Κ ΟΥΙΒΙ ΟΛΟССΙΑΝ. laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Volusian, r.
Rev: ΛΑΝΨΑΚΗΝ. Tyche standing l., holding rudder and cornucopia.
http://rpc.ashmus.ox.ac.uk/coins/9/389/
RPC Online 389, #6
ancientone
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MYSIA, LAMPSAKOS29 views4TH CENTURY BC
AR DIOBOL 11.5 mm 0.81 g
O: FEMALE JANIFORM HEAD
R: HELMETED HEAD OF ATHENA R
laney
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MYSIA, LAMPSAKOS30 views4th-3rd centuries BC. AR Diobol ( 0,93 g. - 9-10 mm)
Vs: Janiform female head, wearing circular earring.
Rs: Helmeted head of Athena right.
SNG France 1182. _4731
Antonivs Protti
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Mysia, Lampsakos4 views15, 3.9mm, 12h; c. 400 BC - 350 BC
Obv.: Head of Priapus ( or Zeus or Poseidon) right, wreathed in ivy.
Rev.: Λ - A; forepart of Pegasos right.
Reference: c.f. SG3899. 16-258-19
John Anthony
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Mysia, Lampsakos, (4th-3rd c. B.C.), BMC 84,53ff., AE-19, Ψ/A//torch, Forepart of Pegasus right, Rare! #153 viewsMysia, Lampsakos, (4th-3rd c. B.C.), BMC 84,53ff., AE-19, Ψ/A//torch, Forepart of Pegasus right, Rare! #1
avers: ΛΑΜ, Laureate female head right.
reverse: ΨA, Forepart of Pegasus right, curved archaic style wing, torch below.
exergue: Ψ/A//torch, diameter: 18,5mm, weight: 7,105g, axis: 0h,
mint: Mysia, Lampsakos, date: 4th-3rd c. B.C., Rare!
ref: BMC 84,53ff., SNG von Aulock 1299,
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Mysia, Lampsakos, (c. 500-450 B.C.), AR-Diobol, BMC 10 -14, Head of Athena left, #1132 viewsMysia, Lampsakos, (c. 500-450 B.C.), AR-Diobol, BMC 10 -14, Head of Athena left, #1
avers: No legend, Janiform archaic style female head, with a circular earring.
reverse: No legend, Head of Athena left, Corinthian helmet pushed back on the head, within incuse square.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 9mm, weight: 1,05g, axis: h,
mint: Mysia, Lampsakos, date: c. 500-450 B.C.,
ref: SNG von Aulock 1290; Rosen Coll. 524; SNG Paris 1126, BMC 10 -14,
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Mysia, Lampsakos, (c. 500-450 B.C.), AR-Diobol, BMC 10 -14, Head of Athena left, #263 viewsMysia, Lampsakos, (c. 500-450 B.C.), AR-Diobol, BMC 10 -14, Head of Athena left, #2
avers: No legend, Janiform archaic style female head, with a circular earring.
reverse: No legend, Head of Athena left, Corinthian helmet pushed back on the head, within incuse square.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 11mm, weight: 1,19g, axis: 4h,
mint: Mysia, Lampsakos, date: c. 500-450 B.C.,
ref: SNG von Aulock 1290; Rosen Coll. 524; SNG Paris 1126, BMC 10 -14,
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Mysia, Lampsakos, 002p Augustus (63 B.C.-14 A.D.), RPC I 2278, Bust of Senate right, Rare! #1106 viewsMysia, Lampsakos, 002p Augustus (63 B.C.-14 A.D.), RPC I 2278, Bust of Senate right, Rare! #1
avers: CЄBACTOY ΛAMΨAKH (retrograde), Laureate head of Augustus right.
reverse: CYNKΛHTOC IЄPA(retrograde), Bare-headed, draped bust of the Senate right.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 16,2-17,0mm, weight: 3,44g, axes: 6h,
mint: Mysia, Lampsakos, date: c.17 B.C., ref: RPC I 2278; McClean 7640; Paris 799-801., Rare!
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Mysia, Lampsakos, diobol73 views12mm, 1.27g
obv: janiform female head
rev: helmeted head of Athena right
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Mysia, Lampsakos, Trajan Decius cf. SNG Paris 129440 viewsTrajan Decius AD 249-251
AE 21, 4.15g
obv. AYT KOI TRAIAN DEK[IOC]
bust, draped, laureate, r.
rev. LANYAKHN / [W]N - EPI APOLL[WN?] - ETOY
Priapos stg. l., draped from hips, showing Ithyphallos, holding Thyrsos l. and
Kantharos r.
cf. SNG Paris 1294 (thanks all for attribution!)
Very rare, F+/-VF
added to www.wildwinds.com

LAN erroneous for LAM, but there are some open questions too: KOI seems to be erroneous for KAI, magistrate APOLLONITOS couldn't be found until now.

PRIAPOS was born by Aphrodite in Lampsakos/Mysia. Therefore Lampsakos was the centre of warshipping of Priapos. Here his depiction was more like Dionysos who was said to be his father.
Jochen
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MYSIA, Lampsakos. 4th cen BC. AR Diobol.40 viewsMYSIA, Lampsakos. 4th cen BC. Silver Diobol Janiform female heads / Helmeted head of Athena right.
A very valuable example.
Baldwin, Lampsakos, Group B, Type I, pl. VI, 6; SNG BN 1193; SNG Ashmolean 668.
gVG , 12 mm, 1.33 gr. Rare.
Sam
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MYSIA, Lampsakos. 4th cen BC. AR Diobol. 19 viewsMYSIA, Lampsakos. 4th cen BC. Silver Diobol Janiform female heads / Helmeted head of Athena right.
Weight 1.12 Grams, maximum diameter 11 MM. aVF.
Sam
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MYSIA, Lampsakos. AR Diobol15 viewsMYSIA, Lampsakos. 4th-3rd centuries BC. AR Diobol (12mm, 1.17 g, 12h). Janiform female head / Head of Athena right, wearing crested Corinthian helmet. SNG France 1190. Good VF, toned, light porosity.Leo
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MYSIA, Lampsakos. AR Diobol Circa 500-450 BC Female janiform head11 viewsReference.
SNG France 1126.

Obv.
Female janiform head.

Rev. Ψ psi. 4e and 5e letter in one Lampsakos
Helmeted head of Athena left within incuse square.

1.26 gr
11 mm
okidoki
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MYSIA, MILETOPOLIS26 views2nd - 1st CENTURY BC
AE 17 mm 5.07 g
O: ATHENA, HELMETED HEAD R
R: MILETOPOLITWN, 2 OWLS FACING, WITH SINGLE HEAD
SNG von Aulock 7414 ff
(ex Guy Clark)
laney
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MYSIA, MILETOPOLIS17 views2nd - 1st CENTURY BC
AE 17 mm 5.07 g
O: ATHENA, HELMETED HEAD R
R: MIΛHTOΠOΛITΩN, 2 OWLS FACING, WITH SINGLE HEAD
SNG von Aulock 7414 ff
laney
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Mysia, Miletopolis, Gordian III Franke Nr.15341 viewsGordian III, 238-244
AE 23, 6.40 g
obv. A[V] M ANT GORDIANOC [AVG]
Bust, draped (and cuirassed?), laureate, r.
rev. KTICTH - C MEILHTO[C]
The hero Miletos, in short military cloak, stg. frontal on prora(?), head r., raising r. hand and
holding in l. hand spear and round shield.
ref. Franke, Kleinasien zur Rmerzeit, S.48, Nr.153 (only rev., but different break); RPC VII 1. 89 (3 coins listed, 1 obv. 2 rev. dies)
Extremely rare, about VF.
Thanks to Pat Lawrence and Curtis Clay for their help! And thanks to Pekka for his reference to RPC

The hero Miletos was the mythological founder of Miletos. For more information look at the thread 'Coins of mythological interest'
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MYSIA, Parion160 viewsMYSIA, Parion. Circa 4th century B.C. AR Hemidrachm (12mm, 2.31 gm). Facing gorgoneion, tounge protruding / Bull standing left, head turned back; PI and star below. SNG France 1367-72. VF, toned. Ex-CNG B69V9B1 commentsecoli73
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Mysia, Parion29 views480 BC
hemidrachm, 2.05g

obv Gorgoneion
Rv Cruciform incuse Square, pellet at center

Poor Style or ancient imitation. Dealer notes that these are more common than the better styled ones making imitation aspect unlikely

Ex-HJB
ecoli
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MYSIA, PARION28 viewsca 480 BC
AR Drachm 12.5 mm 2.85 g
O: Facing Gorgons head with tongue protruding.
R: Cruciform incuse with central pellet.
Mysia, Parion
Sear 39217, SNG Cop 256.
laney
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Mysia, Parion25 viewsObv: Gorgoneion head facing with protruding tongue.

Rev: Incuse square containing a cruciform pattern with a pellet in the center.

Silver Tetrobol, Mysia, Parion mint (Thracian imitation?), c. 480 BC

3.4 grams, 12.6 mm

GCV 3917
Caesar's Ghost
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MYSIA, Parion8 viewsMYSIA, Parion. 5th century BC. AR Drachm (12mm, 3.36 g). Facing gorgoneion with protruding tongue / Linear pattern within incuse square. SNG France 1347. VF, toned, light porosity.ecoli
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Mysia, Parion4 viewsMysia, Parion. 4th C. BC AR Hemi-drachm (2.71 gm) Facing head of Gornoneon Bull l., looking back. ΠA-PI. gVF. BMC 15 95, 20; SNG Cop 259.Christian T
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Mysia, Parion BMC 6996 viewsMysia, Parion, 2nd - 1st century BC
AE 22, 6.21g
obv. Head of Gorgo with snakes and wings, facing
c/m monogram in circular incus
rev. PA - RI - ANWN
Eagle with spread wings, stg. r.
monogram before, allin laurel-wreath
BMC 69; SNG von Aulock 1330; SNG Paris 1404
rare, about VF/F+

This coin is alive by the exceptional portait on the obv. Here the transition from the primordial grimacing and abhorrent Gorgo to the melancholic tantalized being of the late Hellenistic times is almost completed. For more information please look at the thread 'Mythological intersting coins'
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Mysia, Parion(Parium) AE24. Capricorn.35 viewsVespasian AE24 of Parion, Mysia.
Obv: VESPASIANVS CAISAR, laureate head right.
Rev: AVGVSTVS, Capricorn leaping right, cornucopia on its back.
ancientone
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Mysia, Parion, (c. 350-300 B.C.), AR-Hemidrachm, SNG Cop-257-266var, ΠΑΡΙ, Bull standing left looking back,66 viewsMysia, Parion, (c. 350-300 B.C.), AR-Hemidrachm, SNG Cop-257-266var, ΠΑΡΙ, Bull standing left looking back,
avers:-No legend, Gorgon head facing.
revers:- Π Α above a bull standing left looking back, Ρ Ι between bull's legs, under "Bukranion".
exe: -/-//--, diameter: 13mm, weight: 2,34g, axis: 6h,
mint: Mysia, Parion, date: c. 350-300 B.C.,
ref: SNG von Aulock-7423, SNG Paris-1380, SNG Cop-257-266var, BMC-95.19.,
Q-001
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Mysia, Parion, Aemilianus, SNG France 151510 viewsAemilianus, AD 253
AE 22, 4.65g, 22.25mm, 180
obv. IMP M AEM AEMILIANVS.A
Bust, draped and cuirassed, laureate, r.
rev. CGI - HP
Eros, nude, stg. half left, chlamys over l. arm, l. hand on hip, r. hand extended over a small
column with head of Hermes (herm)
ref. RPC IX, 377; SNG France 1515
about VF, dark green patina
Pedigree:
ex Numismatik Naumann Auction 43, 1, May 2016, Lot 632

The rev. shows the famous Eros of Parium made by Praxiteles.
Jochen
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Mysia, Parion, Commodus, cf. BMC 101 (for the type only)9 viewsCommodus, AD 177-192
AE 17 (Semis), 4.31g, 16.91mm, 225
obv. [...]
Bare head r., curly hair
rev. [CGI] - H PAR
2 priests ploughing with oxen r.
ref. not found
rare, G/G+, nice blue Patina, double struck on rev.

HPAR is part of CGIH PAR = Colonia Gemella Iulia Hadriana Pariana. So it couldn't be Augustus nor Tiberius, but probably Commodus.
Jochen
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Mysia, Parion, Commodus, RPC IV 315110 viewsCommodus, AD 177-192
AE 25, 7.31g, 24.69mm, 180
obv. M CAE L AV - COMODVS
Bust, unbearded, draped and cuirassed, laureate, r.
rev. [DEO CV]PIDINI - [COLON IVL HAD PA]
Eros, nude, stg. half left, chlamys over l. arm, l. hand on hip, r. hand extended over a small
column with head of Hermes (herm)
ref. RPC IV 3151; SNG von Aulock 1338
F, worn

The rev. shows the famous Eros of Parium made by Praxiteles
Jochen
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Mysia, Parion, Gallienus SNG Copenhagen 19, 306(?)36 viewsGallienus AD 253-268
AE 28, 11.60g
obv. [IMP LICIN] - [GALL]EIN
Bust, draped and cuirassed, laureate, r.
rev. CG - IH - P (P reversed)
Male figure, nude to hips, wearing short hip clothes and boots, holding spear
horizontal in both hands, advancing r. against boar, leaping l.; branch above
SNG Copenhagen 19, 306(?) ; ANS #1944.100.43153 (Thanks to Dapsul!)
F/about VF, oliv-green patina

The rev. seems to show Androklos killing the Ephesian boar. CGIHP means Colonia Gemella Iulia Hadriana Pariana.
Thanks to all Forum members who have helped me with this coin!
Jochen
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Mysia, Parion, Gorgon37 viewsObv: No legend, Gorgon head facing.

Rev: ΠA above a bull standing left looking back; PI and a bunch of grapes between bull's legs.

Silver Hemidrachm, Parion mint, c. 350 - 300 BC

2.17 grams, 13 mm, 90

GCV 3921
SPQR Coins
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Mysia, Parion, Severus Alexander, RPC IV online temp 38868 viewsSeverus Alexander, AD 222-235
AE 20, 6.15g
obv. IMP SEV - ALE XANDER AVG
Head, radiate, r.
rev. DEO CVPIDIN - I COL IC IL A(?) PA
Eros, nude, stg. half left, chlamys over l. arm, l. hand on hip, r. hand extended over a small
column with head of Hermes (herm)
ref. RPC IV online temp 3886 (3 ex., from same dies); not in BMC Mysia, not in SNG
Copenhagen, von Aulock, France, Tbingen, Canakkale, Leypold
extremely rare, VF, well centered, struck on small flan
From Forum Ancient Coins, thanks!

The rev. shows the famous Eros of Parium made by Praxiteles. Here we find the unusual and otherwise unknown legend DEO CVPIDINI: (dedicated) to the god Eros.
Jochen
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Mysia, Parion, Silver hemidrachm108 viewsObv: Facing Gorgoneion, surrounded by snakes.
Rev: PA / RI, bull standing left, looking back right
Minted in Parion, 350 - 300 B.C.
Reference: BMC Mysia p. 95, 14
2.427g, 13.8mm

Ex-Forum, Ex-Lanz.

Graded by Forum as EF, mint luster! golden toning
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MYSIA, Parion. 4th century BC. AR Hemidrachm11 views13mm, 2.35 g, 6h.
Bull standing left, head right; round shield below / Gorgoneion, off center, Near VF.

Parion was a city of Mysia (Hellespontine Phrygia), located along the coast of the Hellespont, near the entrance to the Propontis. It was founded in the 8th/7th century BC by colonists from Miletos, Erythrai, and Paros (the latter of which are likely responsible for giving the city its name). The city began striking coinage in the late 6th century, consisting mainly of silver drachms with a gorgoneion on the obverse and a simple square incuse on the reverse. The gorgoneion remained a significant type on its civic coinage well into the early Roman Imperial period. Parions location relative to the Hellespont not only made it an important commercial center, as suggested by its prolific civic coinage, but also a strategically important city for the competing Hellenistic monarchies. Initially seized by the Macedonians under Alexander the Great, the city later switched hands multiple times between Lysimachos, Demetrios Poliorketes, the Seleukid kings from Seleukos I through Antiochos Hierax, and the Pergamene kingdom, who retained the city until it was annexed by Rome, circa 133 BC. Coinage was issued during all of these periods, though most of the coins were issues of the various kingdoms.
Leo
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Mysia, Parion. Bust of Parios AE22. Capricorn.36 viewsObv: Youthful male head r. of founder Parios.
Rev: CGIHP / Capricorn r., holding globe, behind cornucopia.
Time of Valerian (253 to 260 A.D.)
ancientone
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MYSIA, Parion. Ca. 4th century B.C. AR hemidrachm.160 viewsMYSIA, Parion. Ca. 4th century B.C. AR hemidrachm (13 mm, 2.41 g). Bull standing left, looking back; cockleshell below / Facing gorgoneion.3 commentsb70
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Mysia, Parion. Hemidrachm58 viewsGreek Asia. Mysia, Parion. Hemidrachm, circa 4th cent. BC. Obv. ΠΑ/ΡΙ. Bull standing left, looking back. Above, star (?). Rev. Gorgoneion. BMC Mysia -. AG. g. 2.37 mm. 14.002 commentsNick T
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Mysia, Parium Ar Hemidrachm23 views4th cent. BC
Obv.: Gorgoneion with protruding tongue.
Rev.: ΠΑ / ΡΙ, bull standing left, head reverted, star under belly.
BMC Mysia 36-37. SNG Paris 1368-1370. SNG von Aulock 1322.
Minos
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Mysia, Parium Ar Hemidrachm81 views4th cent. BC
Obv.: Gorgoneion with protruding tongue, EP monogram in hair.
Rev.: ΠΑ / ΡΙ, bull standing left, head reverted, wreath between legs.
SNG Aul. - ; SNG Cop. - ; BMC -
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MYSIA, PARIUM JULIUS CAESAR5 viewsMYSIA, PARIUM
JULIUS CAESAR

AE13

Obverse: C-G-I-P (Colonia Gemella Ivlia Pariana), female head right within border of dots

Reverse: D-D (Decreto Decurionum), praefericulum (sacrificial jug)

Mint: Parium

Minted: c. 45 BCE

Dia: 13mm

Ref: RPC I 2259

Semi-autonomous coin issued in this Julian military colony by C. Matuinus and T. Anicius, aediles.
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Mysia, Parium, drachm22 views14x11mm, 3.51g
obv: Gorgoneion
rev: incuse with cruciform pattern
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Mysia, Parium, drachm41 views14x11mm, 3.03g
obv: gorgoneion
rev: incuse with cruciform pattern
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Mysia, Parium. c.350 - 300 B.C. AR Hemidrachm. 31 viewsObv. Gorgoneion
Rev, Bull standing left, looking back; above, monogram; below, P I and vine-leaf.
12,5mm.,2.04g.
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Mysia, Parium. Gallienus7 viewsMysia, Parium. Gallienus, A.D. 253-268. AE 26 (26.29 mm, 5.82 g, 12 h). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Gallienus right, seen from behind / Triumphal arch with three arches; quadriga on top of central arch, Victories on outer two arches. Price/Trell fig 211 var; BMC 125-126 var. Fine. Rare. ecoli
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Mysia, Parium: Commodus (177-192 CE) Unit (RPC IV 3151; SNG von Aulock 1338)16 viewsObv: Laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust right
Rev: Cupid standing facing, head right; herm at feet to left

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Mysia, Parium: Commodus (177-192 CE) Unit (RPC IV 3164; SNG BN 1484)21 viewsObv: IMP CAIMV COMODVS; Laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust right
Rev: DEO AESC SVB; Asclepius seated right, examining hoof of a bull standing left; CG I H P in exergue
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Mysia, Parium; ¾ Drachm; Gorgon head/ incuse square with pattern9 viewsMysia Parium, Drachm, 480 B.C., 13mm, 3.5g; obv. Gorgon head, rev. Incuse square with patternPodiceps
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Mysia, Pergamon 8 viewsMysia, Pergamon Athena bust right. AE
Rev. mit korinthischem Helm/Trophae
SNG France 1880 Coin #650
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Mysia, Pergamon20 viewsAE15
200-133 B.C.
15mm, 3.32g
GCV-3971

Obverse
Laureate head of Aesklepios right.

Reverse:
AΣKΛHΠIOY ΣΩTHPOΣ
Asklepian snake coiled around crooked staff.
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MYSIA, PERGAMON58 viewsAE 18.5 mm 8.5 g
2nd CENTURY BC
OBV: HELMETED HEAD OF ATHENA R
REV: AΘHNAΣ NIKHΦOPOY TROPHY, MONOGRAM TO RIGHT
SNG COP 393 ff
SEAR GIC 2, 3960
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MYSIA, PERGAMON 37 viewsAE 17 X 18 mm 5.80 g
133 BC - 27 BC
OBV: HELMETED HEAD OF ATHENA R
REV: PERG. NIKE ADVANCING R HOLDING WREATH AND PALM
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MYSIA, PERGAMON38 views1st CENTURY AD
AE 15 mm 1.53 g
O: DRAPED BUST OF SENATE R
R: TURRETED HEAD OF ROMA R
PERGAMON MYSIA
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MYSIA, PERGAMON 25 viewsCa. 310 - 284 BC
AE 10 MM 0.83 g
O: HEAD OF HERACLES IN LION'S SKIN HEADDRESS R
R: HELMETED HEAD OF ATHENA R, PER beneath
Mysia, Pergamon; cf SNG Cop. 323-324
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MYSIA, Pergamon17 viewsMysia, Pergamon, ca. 270 BC, AE 13. Athena facing right / FILE above TAIPOY below strung bow. BMC 54 var.Molinari
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MYSIA, Pergamon19 viewsMysia, Pergamon, c. 270 BC, AE 10. Athena facing right / FILE above TAIPOY below strung bow. BMC 54 var.Molinari
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MYSIA, PERGAMON35 views2nd - 1st Century BC
AE 15.5.mm 3.67 g
O: Bust of Asklepius, right
R: Snake entwined on staff, head left; B in left field
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MYSIA, PERGAMON45 views230 - 133 BC
AE 14.5 mm 3.10 g
O: head Athena right wearing crested helmet with star, hair in curls down neck
R: owl with wings spread facing atop palm
SNG Cop 383 ff. var
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MYSIA, PERGAMON31 views2nd - 1st Cent. BC
AE 18 mm 5.30 g
O: Head of Asklepios r.
R: Snake entwined around staff.
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MYSIA, PERGAMON28 views200 - 133 BC
AE 19.5 mm 6.40 g
O: Laureate head of bearded Asklepios right
R: Snake coiled around omphalos
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MYSIA, PERGAMON15 viewsca. 200 - 133 BC
AE 18 mm 7.39 g
O: Helmeted head of Athena right
R: PERGAMW[N] Nike standing right, extending wreath in right, palm over shoulder in left
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MYSIA, PERGAMON17 views310-284 BC.
AE 11 mm 0.85 g
O: Head of Athena left, wearing crested helmet with olive wreath
R: Two bulls' heads confronted
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MYSIA, Pergamon20 viewsMYSIA, Pergamon. Circa 188-133 BC. 19mm. Obv: Helmeted head of Athena right. Rev: ΑΘΗΝΑΣ/ NIKHΦΟΡΟΥ, trophy; monogram to right, below. SNG France 1880; SNG Copenhagen 393; SNG von Aulock 1374. Molinari
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MYSIA, Pergamon19 viewsMYSIA, Pergamon. Circa 188-133 BC. 19mm. Obv: Helmeted head of Athena right. Rev: ΑΘΗΝΑΣ/ NIKHΦΟΡΟΥ, trophy; monogram to right, below. SNG France 1880; SNG Copenhagen 393; SNG von Aulock 1374. Molinari
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MYSIA, Pergamon36 viewsMysia, Pergamon, ca. 270 BC, AE 13. Athena facing right / FILE above TAIPOY below strung bow. BMC 54 var.1 commentsMolinari
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MYSIA, PERGAMON15 views310-284 BC.
AE 10 mm, 0.78 g
O: Helmeted head of Athena right
R: Two stars, ΠΕΡΓ below.
Pergamon SNG France 1587; SNG Copenhagen 325
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MYSIA, PERGAMON16 views2nd - 1st Century BC
AE 18 mm, 4.19 g
O: Laureate head of Asklepius right
R: Asklepian snake coiled around omphalos.
Mysia, Pergamon
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MYSIA, PERGAMON16 views1st Century AD
AE 16.5 mm, 3.47 g
O: Draped bust of the Senate right.
R: Bust of Roma right.
Mysia, Pergamon
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MYSIA, PERGAMON20 views2nd Century BC
AE 17 mm; 6.67 g
O: Helmeted head of Athena right.
R: AΘHNAΣ NIKHΦOPOY, trophy of arms.
Pergamon; cf SNG Cop: 396,
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Mysia, Pergamon17 viewsAE21, 7.7g, 133-127 BC
Obv.: Helmeted head of Athena right.
Rev.: AΘΗΝΑΣ / ΝΙΚΗΦΟΡΟΥ either side of trophy; trophy consisting of helmet and cuirass; mint-monogram in lower field to right.
Reference: SNG France 1875-9; SNG Copenhagen 393-5.
Notes: sold to jwt, 9/15
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MYSIA, PERGAMON19 views200 - 133 BC
Mithradatos, magistrate
AE 24.5 mm; 9.24 g
O: MIΘPAΔATOY. Helmeted head of Athena left.
R: [PERGAMHNWN?] Asklepios standing facing, head left, holding staff entwined by snake.
SNG von Aulock 1377.
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MYSIA, PERGAMON23 viewsRegal Issue (Pergamene Kingdom)
288 - 133 BC
AE 15.5 mm; 3.34 g
O: Helmeted head of Athena right
R: Coiled snake, M monogram to left, FILETAIR[OY] to right.
large owl countermark upside down at center of reverse.
BMC p. 121, 76-77; Sear 7228 var.
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MYSIA, PERGAMON10 viewsca, 282 - 133 B.C.
AE 13 mm; 2.03 g
O: Athena in Attic helmet right.
R: ΦIΛE-TAIPOY; strung bow.
Pergamon mint; cf BMC 54 ff.
(KING PHILETAIROS)
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MYSIA, PERGAMON20 views1st Century AD
Autonomous Issue
AE 18 mm; 3.34 g
O: ΘEON CYN−KΛHTON, draped bust of the Senate right;
R: ΘEAN PΩ−MHN, turreted and draped bust of Roma right;
Pergamon mint; cf BMC Mysia p. 134, 5 ff.; SGICV 4910
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MYSIA, PERGAMON21 viewsca. 133 - 16 B.C.
AE 20 mm; 6.57 g
O: laureate head of Asklepios right
R: ΑΣΚΛΗΠΙΟΥ / ΣΩΤΗΡΟΣ, Asklepian snake coiled around omphalos
Mysia, Pergamon; SNG BnF 1803 ff.; BMC Mysia p. 129, 158; SNGvA 1372
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MYSIA, PERGAMON14 viewsca. 133 - 16 B.C.
AE 20 mm; 8.04 g
O: laureate head of Asklepios right
R: ΑΣΚΛΗΠΙΟΥ / ΣΩΤΗΡΟΣ, Asklepian snake coiled around omphalos; monogram to left
Mysia, Pergamon; SNG BnF 1803 ff.; BMC Mysia p. 129, 158; SNGvA 1372
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MYSIA, PERGAMON19 viewsca. 133 - 16 B.C.
AE 20 mm; 7.4 g
O: laureate head of Asklepios right
R: ΑΣΚΛΗΠΙΟΥ / ΣΩΤΗΡΟΣ, Asklepian snake coiled around omphalos
Mysia, Pergamon; SNG BnF 1803 ff.; BMC Mysia p. 129, 158; SNGvA 1372
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MYSIA, PERGAMON18 views2nd century BC
19.5 mm; 6.48 g
Pergamon, Mysia - Athena & Trophy of armor
O: Helmeted head of Athena right.
R: Trophy of armor
SNG Cop 393 ff.
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MYSIA, PERGAMON15 views2nd Century BC
AE 20.5 mm; 6.88 g
O: Helmeted head of Athena right
R: ΑΘΗΝΑC ΝΙΚΗΦΟΡΟΥ, trophy of captured arms; monogram lower right
SNG Cop 396; SNG BnF 1875; BMC Mysia p. 131, 172 ff Pergamon mint

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MYSIA, PERGAMON16 views2nd Century BC
AE 19.5 mm; 11.05 g
O: Helmeted head of Athena right
R: ΑΘΗΝΑC ΝΙΚΗΦΟΡΟΥ, trophy of captured arms; monogram lower right
Pergamon mint; SNG Cop 396; SNG BnF 1875; BMC Mysia p. 131, 172 ff
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MYSIA, PERGAMON17 viewsca 200 - 133 BC
AE 16.2 mm; 1.95 g
O: Head of Athena right, wearing helmet decorated with star.
R: AΘHNAΣ / K Σ / NIKHΦOPOY. Owl standing facing on palm frond right, with wings spread.
Mysia, Pergamon mint; SNG France 1920-2.
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MYSIA, Pergamon74 viewsAE21, 6.5g, 1h; c. 133-16 BC.
Obv.: Laureate head of Asklepios right;
Rev.: ΑΣΚΛΗΠΙΟΥ / ΣΩΤΗΡΟΣ, Asklepian snake coiled around omphalos, head right; countermark: overfed owl standing, facing.
Reference: SNG BnF 1815 (with owl countermark); BMC Mysia p. 129, 161 (same).
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MYSIA, Pergamon4 viewsAE21, 6.5g, 1h; c. 133-16 BC.
Obv.: Laureate head of Asklepios right;
Rev.: ΑΣΚΛΗΠΙΟΥ / ΣΩΤΗΡΟΣ, Asklepian snake coiled around omphalos, head right; countermark: overfed owl standing, facing.
Reference: SNG BnF 1815 (with owl countermark); BMC Mysia p. 129, 161 (same).
John Anthony
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MYSIA, PERGAMON21 viewsAE 17.5 mm; 6.74 g
2nd CENTURY BC
OBV: HELMETED HEAD OF ATHENA R
REV: AΘHNAΣ NIKHΦOPOY TROPHY OF ARMS
SNG COP 393 ff
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MYSIA, PERGAMON24 viewsca. 2nd century BC
AE 16 mm, 3.19 g
O: Laureate and bearded head of Asklepios to right
R: Staff entwined with serpent, legends to sides
Mysia, Pergamon;
(sold)
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MYSIA, PERGAMON27 viewsca. 2nd century BC
AE 14.5 X 15.9 mm; 2.86 g
O: Laureate and bearded head of Asklepios to right
R: Staff entwined with serpent, AΣKΛHΠIOY ΣΩTHPOΣ to sides
Mysia, Pergamon; cf. SNG von Aulock 1372, 1373
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MYSIA, PERGAMON14 viewsca 310 - 285 BC
AE 9 mm, 0.84 g
O: Head of Herakles in lionskin headdress, right
R: Helmeted head of Athena, right
Mysia, Pergamon; cf CNG Cop. 323-324
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MYSIA, Pergamon7 viewsMYSIA, Pergamon. Circa 133-27 BC. (16mm, 2.32 g, 12h). Helmeted head of Athena right, helmet decorated with star / Owl, with wings spread, standing right, head facing, on palm branch; ΔI-O across central field. Von Fritze, Pergamon 26 var. (control letters); SNG France 1905-29 var. (same); SNG Copenhagen 383-92 var. (same); BMC 190-204 var. (same)ecoli
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MYSIA, PERGAMON9 viewsAE 20 MM mm; 8.47 g
2nd CENTURY BC
OBV: HELMETED HEAD OF ATHENA R; COUNTERMARK CENTER
REV: AΘHNAΣ NIKHΦOPOY TROPHY OF ARMS
SNG COP 393 ff
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MYSIA, PERGAMON20 viewsEarly 2nd century AD (time of Hadrian-Trajan)
Pseudo-Autonomous Issue
AE 16.6 mm, 2.93 g
O: Draped bust of young Senate right
R: Turretted, draped bust of Roma, right
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MYSIA, PERGAMON13 viewsca. 2nd century BC
AE 16 mm, 3.89 g
O: Laureate and bearded head of Asklepios to right
R: Staff entwined with serpent, legends to sides
Mysia, Pergamon;
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MYSIA, PERGAMON7 viewsc. 200-133 BC
AE 22mm, 10.55 g
O: Helmeted bust of Athena left
R: Asklepios standing facing, head r., resting on serpent-entwined staff.
Pergamon mint; SNG Copenhagen 400; SNG von Aulock 1377
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MYSIA, PERGAMON21 views MYSIA, PERGAMON
2nd century B.C.
(20 mm, 8.68 g, 12 h).
O: Laureate head of Asklepios right
R: [AΣ]KΛEΠIOY [Σ]ΩTHPOΣ, serpent coiled around omphalos; owl to inner left.
Pergamon. BMC Mysia p. 129, 160.
(ex Triskeles Auction)
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Mysia, Pergamon6 viewsPergamon 166-160 BC ARCistophoric Tetradrachm (12.56 gm) Basket (Cista Mystica) containing serpent, all within ivy wreath. / Bow case between serpents. ΠΕΡΓ (PERG) mint mark to l., amphora in field to r. gVF. Kleiner & Noe Series series 8 #19. SNG France 1701; SNGvAulock 7461. Struck on a broad flan. Christian T
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Mysia, Pergamon4 viewsPergamon. c. 104-98 BC ARCistaphoric Tetradrachm (12.31 gm) Basket (Cista Mystica) containing serpent, all within ivy wreath. / Bow case between two serpents. City ethnic ΠΡΕ (PERG) to l., Asklepian staff (thyrsos) entwined by a serpent to r. MH & monogram ΠΡΥ above. VF. Kleiner (1978) pg 81 #21, 42; Pinder 114; SNG France 1745-6. Christian T
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MYSIA, PERGAMON (BOAR)11 views440 BC - 350 BC
AE 10 mm 0.98 g
OBV: FEMALE HEAD (or APHRODITE? or APOLLO?) R
REV: PER[G]
HEAD OF BOAR, R
SQUIGGLE (SNAIL?) ABOVE SNOUT
MYSIA, PERGAMON
SLG WEBER 5158(1)
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MYSIA, PERGAMON (PERGAMENE KINGDOM)18 views282 - 133 BC
AE 11 mm
O: Helmeted head of Athena right
R: [FILE]-TAIRO[T] Bow
BMC 54; SNG Fr. 1682 ff.
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MYSIA, PERGAMON (SEMI-AUTONOMOUS)3 views60-150 AD
AE 16.8 mm, 3.0e g
O: ΘEON CVNKΛHTOC, bust of the Senate right , monogram before
R: ΘEAN PΩ - MHN, turreted bust of Roma right; monogram before.
Mysia,, Pergamon
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MYSIA, PERGAMON (SEMI-AUTONOMOUS)1 views1st - 2nd Cent. AD
AE 14.5 mm, 2.71 g
O: Draped bust of Senate, right
R: Turreted bust of Roma, right; monogram before
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MYSIA, PERGAMON (SEMI-AUTONOMOUS)4 views1st - 2nd Cent. AD
15 mm max., 1.56 g
O: Draped bust of the Senate right
R: Turreted bust of Roma right
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MYSIA, PERGAMON (SEMI-AUTONOMOUS)3 views MYSIA, PERGAMON (SEMI-AUTONOMOUS)
1st - 2nd Cent. AD
16.5 mm, 3.87 g
O: Draped bust of the Senate right
R: Turreted bust of Roma right;
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MYSIA, PERGAMON (SEMI-AUTONOMOUS, FLAVIAN ERA)4 viewsca 80 - 96 AD (Flavian Era; Medal of Kephalion?)
AE 20 mm, 3.22 g
O: ΘΕΑ ΡωΜΗ ΕΠΙ CΤΡΑ ΚεΦΑΛΙωΝΟC, draped bust of Roma right, wearing 2-pointed crown and chignon
R: ΘΕΟΝ CΥΝΚΛΗΤΟΝ, draped bust of Senate right, wreath to right.
Mysia, Pergamon; RPC II, 145, 923; SNG France 1996
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MYSIA, Pergamon AE 16 Pseudo-autonomous AD 40-6017 viewsReference.
RPC I, 2377; Cf. SNG France 1964-2000 (no star)

Obv. ΘEON CΥN-KΛHTON
draped bust of the Senate right, star in front

Rev. ΘEAN ΡΩ-MHN
turreted and draped bust of Rome right, star in front

3.4 gr
16 mm

extra.
Pergamon, Mysia, c. 1st - early 2nd Century A.D.
Interesting autonomous series which does not bear the name of the issuing city., However a large hoard of these coins was found near Pergamon in 1827.
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Mysia, Pergamon AE10 Hd. of Herakles in lionskin / Hd. of Athena in crested helmet 15 viewsSG#3958. Shiny dark patina. soldAntonivs Protti
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Mysia, Pergamon AE21. Athena Nicephoros / trophy17 viewsObv: Head of Athena right.
Rev: AQHNAS NIKEFOPOY, Trophy with horned helmet.
200-133 BC.
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Mysia, Pergamon AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm47 viewsCista mystica with serpent; all within ivy wreath.
Bow-case with serpents, PER monogram to left, FI above, snake-entwined staff to right.
Kleiner 50, 76-67 BC.
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Mysia, Pergamon 1512 viewsMysia, Pergamon

C. 200-30 BC.

15mm., 3.64g.

Laureate head of Asklepios right

AΣKΛHΠIOY ΣΩTHPOΣ. Serpent-entwined staff

References:

AAEN
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Mysia, Pergamon 1713 viewsMysia, Pergamon

C. 200-30 BC.

17mm., 3.77g.

Laureate head of Asklepios right

AΣKΛHΠIOY ΣΩTHPOΣ. Serpent-entwined staff

References:

AAEP
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Mysia, Pergamon 179 viewsMysia, Pergamon

1st century BC.

17mm., 4.66g.

Helmeted head of Athena right

Trophy consisting of helmet and cuirass

References:

AAER
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Mysia, Pergamon 179 viewsMysia, Pergamon.

c. 200 BC -133 BC.

17mm., 2.26g.

Head of Athena right

Owl standing, wings open, on palm branch

References:

AAEW
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avers:- No legends, Cista mystica with serpent; all within ivy wreath.
revers:- No legends, Bow-case with serpents, monogram left and amphora right.
exerg:-/-//--, diameter: 27-28mm, weight: 12,64g, axes: 11h,
mint: Mysia, Pergamon,
date: 166-160 B.C., ref: SNG von Aulock 7461,
Q-001
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Mysia, Pergamon, (200-0 B.C.), AE-17, SNG Cop-360, ΠERΓAMH, Nike walking right,377 viewsMysia, Pergamon, (200-0 B.C.), AE-17, SNG Cop-360, ΠERΓAMH, Nike walking right,
avers: Helmeted head of Athena right, with Owl countermark.
revers: ΠERΓAMH, Nike walking right, holding wreath and palm branch.
exerg:-/-//--, diameter: 17mm, weight: 5,06g, axes: 0h,
mint: Mysia, Pergamon,
date: 200-0 B.C., ref: SNG Cop-360, Weber 5182-5183, BMC 135-138, Sear Greek 3974,
Q-001
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Mysia, Pergamon, (200-0 B.C.), AE-18, SNG France 1803, AΣKΛHΠIOY ΣΩTHPOΣ, Serpent entwined around omphalos,145 viewsMysia, Pergamon, (200-0 B.C.), AE-18, SNG France 1803, AΣKΛHΠIOY ΣΩTHPOΣ, Serpent entwined around omphalos,
avers: Laureate head of Asklepios right.
revers: AΣKΛHΠIOY ΣΩTHPOΣ, Serpent entwined around omphalos.
exerg:-/-//--, diameter: 17,5-18mm, weight: 6,00g, axes: 11h,
mint: Mysia, Pergamon, date: after 133 B.C., ref: SNG France 1803, SNGvA 1372, BMC Mysia p-129, 158,
Q-001
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Mysia, Pergamon, (Early 3rd Cent. B.C.), AR-Diobol, McClean 7668, ΠERΓAMH, Cult statue of Athena facing,125 viewsMysia, Pergamon, (Early 3rd Cent. B.C.), AR-Diobol, McClean 7668, ΠERΓAMH, Cult statue of Athena facing,
avers: Head of young beardless Herakles right.
revers: ΠERΓAMH, Cult statue of Athena facing, brandishing spear and holding shield.
exerg:-/-//--, diameter: 10mm, weight: 1,25g, axes: 10h,
mint: Mysia, Pergamon,
date: Early 3rd Cent. B.C., ref: McClean 7668
Q-001
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041_Commodus_(177-192_A_D_),_AE-30___KOMMODOC___CTPDIO(L_orA)__IOEPGAMHON,_Q-001_6h_30,0mm_11,24g-s.jpg
Mysia, Pergamon, 041 Commodus (177-192 A.D.), Diodorus, strategus, Weisser 1110, AE-30, EΠI CTRΑ-ΔIOΔOPΩV_ΠEPΓAMH/ΝΩN, Asclepius seated left, holding patera feding serpent,73 viewsMysia, Pergamon, 041 Commodus (177-192 A.D.), Diodorus, strategus, Weisser 1110, AE-30, EΠI-CTRΑ-ΔIOΔOPΩV_ΠEPΓAMH/ΝΩN, Asclepius seated left, holding patera feeding serpent,
avers:- AV-KA-AVP-ΚΟMOΔOC, Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right.
revers:- EΠI-CTRΑ-ΔIOΔOPΩV_ΠEPΓAMH/ΝΩN, Asclepius seated, left, feeding serpent from patera, holding staff.
exe: -/-//--, diameter: 30mm, weight: 11,24g, axis: 6h,
mint: Pergamum; Asia: Conventus of Pergamum; Mysia, date: 182-184 A.D., ref: Weisser 1110,
Q-001
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pergamon_BMC142.jpg
Mysia, Pergamon, BMC 14223 viewsAE - AE 20, 6.37g, 19.7mm, 330
struck 133 BC - Augustus
obv. [EPI] PERGAMOV
head of Athena, helmeted, r.
rev. PERGAMHNWN
Nike, winged, in double chiton, advancing r., holding palmbranch over l. shoulder and wreath in raised r.
hand
ref. BMC 142
abiut VF, green patina, rev. die a bit excentric
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pergamon_BMC150.jpg
Mysia, Pergamon, BMC 15031 viewsPergamon, 133 BC - time of Augustus
AE 17, 2.62g
obv. Head of Asklepios r.
rev. ASKLHPIOV - SWTHROS
Temple-key entwined by snake, head r.
ref. BMC 128, 150; SNG Paris 1828
about VF, dark green patina

Usually the staff is called snake-staff. But please look at the thread 'What's this staff about?'
http://www.forumancientcoins.com/board/index.php?topic=56311.0
The head of Asklepios is said to be the head of the statue of Asklepios of Phyromachos in Pergamon.
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pergamon_SNGaulock1372.jpg
Mysia, Pergamon, BMC 158 #123 viewsAE 19, 9.54g, 19.49mm, 315
struck 200-133 BC
obv. Bearded head of Asklepios r.
rev. in r. and l. field ASKLHPIOY - SWTHROC (each top down)
Snake coiled around omphalos, head r.
ref. BMC Mysia, p.129, 158; SNG von Aulock 1372; SNG France 1803
about VF/F+, black-gren patina

The obv. obviously shows the head of the famous statue of Asklepios in the Asklepieion from Pergamon. This statue was made by Phyromachos.
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pergamon_BMC158_#2.jpg
Mysia, Pergamon, BMC 158 #223 viewsAE 19, 8.31g, 18..9mm, 0
struck 200-133 BC
obv. Head of Asklepios, laureate, r.
rev. in r. and l. field each from top to bottom ASKLHPIOV - SWTHROC
Asklepian snake coiled around omphalos covered with agrenon, head r.
ref. BMC Mysia p.129, 158; SNG France 1803ff.; SNG von Aulock 1372; not in SNG Copenhagen
about EF, nice dark green Patina, small edge crack
From Forum Ancient Coins, thanks!

Agrenon were woolen garlands which covered netlike the omphalos.
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pergamon_BMC176.jpg
Mysia, Pergamon, BMC 17626 viewsAE - AE 21, 9.13g, 20.7mm, 30
struck 133 BC - Augustus
obv. head of Athena, helmeted, r.
rev. r. AQHNAS, l. NIKHFOROV (both top down)
Tropaion from helmet and cuirass
ref. BMC 176
about VF
Note: remarkable are the differences in the letter size
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pergamon_BMC201.jpg
Mysia, Pergamon, BMC 20166 viewsAE 18, 3.08g
struck 200-133 BC (according to von Fritze)
obv. Head of Athena, wearing crested Attic helmet decorated with star, hair in curls to neck.
rev. Owl with open wings, stg. facing on palmbranch, head l.
above AQH - NAC, below NIKHFOROV
in l. and r. field P - D (magistrate?)
ref. BMC 133, 201; SNG Copenhagen cf.383; SNG von Aulock cf.1375
about VF, nice contrasts

This type is part of a greater series of coins struck in honour of Athena, tutelary deity of Pergamon. Issued possibly to celebrate various victories over the Galati and the Seleucids.
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pergathbowOR.jpg
Mysia, Pergamon, BMC Mysia p. 119, 5434 viewsMysia, Pergamon mint, c. 282 - 133 B.C. AE, 12mm 2.25g, BMC Mysia p. 119, 54
O: head of Athena right, wearing helmet decorated with a griffin
R: ΦIΛE /TAIΡOΥ, strung bow

The regal bronze coinage of Pergamon is all inscribed in the name of the dynasty's founder, Philetairos. Attribution to specific reigns is not yet possible. Forvm addendum
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pergaskOR.jpg
Mysia, Pergamon, BMC Mysia p. 128, 15030 viewsMysia, Pergamon mint, c. 133 - 16 B.C. AE, 15mm 2.08g, BMC Mysia p. 128, 150
O: laureate head of Asklepios right, ΔIOΔOPOY below (magistrate's name);
R: AΣKΛHΠIOY / ΣΩTHPOΣ, snake-encircled Asklepian staff
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Mysia, Pergamon, c. 133 - 67 B.C.24 viewsSilver cistophoric tetradrachm, Kleiner Pergamum 46, Pinder 115, SNG BnF 1749, SNG Cop 438, BMC Mysia -, 11.664g, 25.7mm, 0o, Pergamon mint, c. 133 - 67 B.C.; obverse cista mystica with snake, all within ivy wreath; reverse ornamented bow-case with two snakes, PA over monogram above, Pergamon monogram left, snake coiled around thyrsos right; toned

Purchased from FORVM
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cistetOR.jpg
Mysia, Pergamon, Cistophoric Tetradrachm, BMC Mysia p. 126, 12343 viewsMysia, Pergamon Mint, Cistophoric Tetradrachm, c. 133-67 B.C. AR, 29.4mm 12.247g, BMC Mysia p. 126, 123
O: Cista Mystica with snake, all within ivy wreath
R: Bow-case with snakes, two monograms above, Pergamon monogram to left, thyros to right
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pergamon_BMC221.jpg
Mysia, Pergamon, pseudo-autonomous, BMC 22128 viewsAE 19, 2.72g
struck late 1st-mid 2nd century
obv. QEON CYN - KLHTON
Bust of Senate, draped, r.
rev. QEAN - [RWMHN]
Head of Roma, wearing mural crown, r.
Monogram in r, field
Forni 20; BMC Mysia p.135, no.221 (time of Augustus to Hadrian)
VF
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pergamon_SNGpost182.jpg
Mysia, Pergamon, pseudo-autonomous, SNG Post 18244 viewsAE 17, 3.4g
struck end of 1st century - midth of 2nd century
obv. QEON CVN - KLHTON
Bust of youthfull Senate, draped, r.
rev. QEAN RW - MHN
Bust of Roma, draped and turreted, r.
BMC 205; SNG Post 182 (1 ex.); cp. Fritze, Pergamon vol.3, 18 (2 ex.); coll. BM (2 ex.)
very rare, VF

Thanks to Marius and Pscipio for the attribution!
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Perge_Roma_Telesphoros_AE16_2_87g.jpg
Mysia, Pergamon, Roma / Telesphoros, AE1665 views16mm, 2.87g
Mysia, Pergamon; 1st century AD; Pollionos magistrate
obv: ΠЄΡΓΑΜ[ΗΝΩΝ], helmeted head Roma right
rev: EΠI CTP ΠOΛΛIΩ, Telesphoros standing facing
Cf. SNG BN Paris 1961

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pergamonOR.jpg
Mysia, Pergamon, SGCV II 3956 38 viewsPergamon, Mysia, c. 300 - 284 B.C. AE, 18mm 4.15g, SGCV II 3956
O: Helmeted head of Athena left, wreathed with olive leaves
R: Confronted bull heads, ΠEPΓ below
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pergamon_SNGcop377-379.jpg
Mysia, Pergamon, SNG Copenhagen 377-37913 viewsPergamon, 200-133 BC
AE 23, 7.35g, 22.83mm, 315
obv.laureate head of Asklepios r.
rev. Eagle with open wings on thunderbolt l., head r.
in upper fields P - E[R], below G - A
in ex. MHNWN (NWN ligate)
ref. SNG Copenhagen 377-379; SNG von Aulock 1380-1382; BMC MYsia 144-149; Lindgren I 294-295
F+/F, brown patina, worn

The portrait matched the head of the famous statue of Asklepios made by Phyromachos.
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pergamon_3_k.jpg
Mysia, Pergamon, Time of Caligula to Nero7 views15, 3.0g, 12h; AD 40-60
Obv.: ΘԐON PΩMHN; Bust of Roma with mural crown right.
Rev.: ΘԐON CYNKΛHTON; Laureate bust of Senate right.
Reference: RPC 2374; SNG Aul.1385 / 17-48-57
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MYSIA, PERGAMON--AUTONOMOUS SERIES2 viewsca 40 - 60 AD
AE 16 mm, 3.15 g
O: ΘEON CYN−KΛHTON, draped bust of the Senate right
R: ΘEAN PΩ−MHN, turreted and draped bust of Roma right
Mysia, Pergamon mint; cf , RPC I 2374; BMC Mysia p. 134, 205; SGICV 4910
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Cisto_k.jpg
MYSIA, Pergamon.15 viewsAR Tetradrachm, 29mm 12.5, 12h; Cistophoric standard, c. 104-98 BC.
Obv.: Cista mystica with serpent; all within ivy wreath.
Rev.: Bow case with serpents; above, KP above prytaneis monogram, civic monogram to left, serpent-entwined staff to right.
Reference: Kleiner, Hoard 36; SNG France 1740 (same obv. die); SNG Cop 433 / 17-143-175
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MYSIA, Pergamon.7 viewsMYSIA, Pergamon. Early-mid 2nd century BC. Helmeted head of Athena right / Owl standing facing on palm frond. SNG BN 19004.ecoli
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MYSIA, Pergamon.4 views Pergamon AE, 2nd-1st Century BC
Pergamon , Mysia. AE15 (4.15 g), c. 2nd to 1st Century BC.
Obv. Laureate head of Asklepios right.
Rev. Serpent-entwined staff.
SNG BN 1857; BMC p. 130, 164.
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Mysia, Pergamon. AE1028 viewsBronze AE 10, SGCV II 3958, BMC Mysia p. 112, 22, aVF, Pergamon mint, c. 300 B.C.; obverse head of young Herakles right wearing lion's head; reverse ΠEΡ, head of Athena right in crested helmetancientone
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Mysia, Pergamon. Ae (310-282 BC).23 viewsObv: Helmeted head of Athena right.
Rev: ΠΕΡΓΑ. Forepart of bull right; to left, owl standing right, head facing; ivy leaf above.
SNG France 1572.
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pergamon.jpg
Mysia, Pergamon. AE14. Philatairos23 viewsObv: Head of Athena right incrested helmet, ornamented with griffin.
Rev: Coiled serpent right, MY monogram to left, ΦΙΛΕΤΑΙΡΟΥ to right.
BMC 76-77.
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pergamoneagle.jpg
Mysia, Pergamon. AE20 Magistrate Seleukos56 viewsMysia, Pergamon. AE20 Magistrate Seleukos.
Obv. Zeus bust Right. SELEYK.. below.
Rev. Eagle on lightning bolt, looking back surrounded by PERGA.
SNG v. Aulock 7491; SNG Cop. 378. BMC 149.
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PergamonEphesosCommodus.jpg
Mysia, Pergamon. Alliance with Ephesos. AE34 of Commodus78 viewsObv: laureate-headed bust of Commodus (short beard) wearing cuirass and paludamentum, r.
Rev: to l., Asclepius standing, facing, (head, r.), holding serpent-staff; to r., cult statue of Artemis of Ephesus standing, facing, wearing kalathos, having supports.
34mm and 20.8g.
Howgego 70, Caracalla laureate, and reported on 114 coins from Pergamum.
Howgego 811 meaning revalued to 6 assarii, and reported on
32 coins from Ephesus.

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senate_roma_perg.jpg
MYSIA, PERGAMUM10 views1st Century AD
(Time of Claudius/Nero. ca. A.D. 41-68)
Pseudo-autonomous civic issue
AE 14 mm, 2.83 g
O:Draped bust of the Genius of the Senate, right
R: Laureate and draped bust of Roma right, hair rolled
Mysia, Pergamum; cf RPC I 2375
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roma_senate_time_of_hadrian.jpg
MYSIA, PERGAMUM15 views117 - 138 AD
(time of Hadrian)
AE 15 mm, 2.17 g
Pseudo-autonomous issue
O: Turreted and draped bust of Roma right; monogram below chin
R: Bareheaded and draped bust of youthful Senate right.
BMC 221.
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Pergamon_Bronze.jpg
Mysia, Pergamum Bronze35 viewsBronze AE 18, SNG Cop 359, VF, Pergamon mint, c. 200 - 133 B.C.; obverse helmeted head of Athena? right; reverse PERGAMHNWN, Nike standing right, extending wreath in right, palm over shoulder in left; very nice dark green patina; Philoromaos
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Mysia, Pergamum. AE16. Athena / bearded serpent27 viewsMysia, Pergamum, Anonymous AE16. 282-133 BC. Helmeted head of Athena right / FILETAIPOV, Coiled & bearded serpent right, monogram left. SG 7228.ancientone
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