Ancient Coinage of Gaul, Arverni

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BN 3774Arverni, Vercingetorix, AV stater. 7.43 g. 52 BC. VERCI-NGETORIXS, bare head of Vercingetorix left with wavy hair / Horse leaping left, amphora below. Muret BN 3774.TextImage
BN 3908Arvernes, (Region of Clermont Ferrand), Gaul. Epasnactus, after 52 BC. AE18. 2.46 g. [EPA]D, helmeted and laureate head right / Warrior standing right, holding a standard and spear, his helmet beside his feet. Muret BN 3908; DT 3607.TextImage
CCCBM 498Celtic, The Arverni. Epasnactus. ca 1st Century BC. AR Quinarius. Helmeted and winged bust right, EPAD below chin / Soldier standing left, holding standard, spear, and shield, helmet below. TextImage
DLT 3684Arvernes, (Region of Clermont Ferrand), Gaul. AR quinarius. 13mm, 1.95 g. Imitating Eduan lyre type. Stylized head right, hair in five braids, each ending in a curl / Horse right, bird above. DT 3554; De La Tour 3684.TextImage
DLT 3698Celtic, Central Gaul. The Arverni. Early-mid 1st century BC. AV Stater. Laureate male head left / Horse galloping left; lobster-like creature with human head above, ornaments in fields. TextImage
DLT 3711Arvernes, (Region of Clermont Ferrand), Gaul. AV stater "aux croissants" class II. 19mm, 7.34 g. Laureate, male head left / Free horse galloping left between two crescents above and below. DT 3548; De La Tour 3711.TextImage
DLT 3745Celtic, Central Gaul. Arverni. Vercingetorix(?). Circa 65-51 BC. AV Stater. 7.29 g. Male head left / Horse prancing left; spiral ornament above, [amphora below]. D&T 3571/2; Depeyrot, NC III, 180; De la Tour 3745.TextImage
DLT 3755Vercingetorix, Arverni, (Region of Clermont Ferrand), Gaul. AV Stater. 120-60 BC. 20mm, 7.50g. Bare head of Apollo left, hair in curls / Free horse galloping left, curled lys-like ornament above, swan devouring a serpent below. De La Tour 3755; Muret BN 3755-3756; Boudeau (1904), 126 (this coin).TextImage
DLT 3758Arverni, (Region of Clermont Ferrand), Gaul. AV Stater. 120-60 BC. 19. 5mm, 7.46g. Laureate head of Apollo left / Free horse galloping left, curled S above, amphora below. De La Tour 3758; Muret BN 3757-3759.TextImage
DLT 3778Vercingetorix. Arverni, Gaul. AV Stater. 7.62 g. 53-52 BC. VERCI-NGET-(ORIXS), bare head of Apollo left with waved hair / Free horse galloping left, crescent above, amphora below. Muret BN 3777; De La Tour 3778. (Note: It has been suggested that this coin is a fake)TextImage
DLT 3777Vercingetorix. Arverni, Gaul. 53-52 BC. 7.44 g. VERCI-NGET-(ORIXS), bare head of Apollo left with curled hair / Free horse galloping right, crescent above, amphora below. De La Tour 3777; Bourgey 1954, 3.TextImage
DLT 3900Celtic Central Gaul, Arverni AR Quinarius. Post-conquest series. EPAD, helmeted female bust right with corkscrew curls, in necklace with many pendants / Warrior standing left, holding winged boar standard in right hand, round shield & spear in left, helmet to left of feet. BMC Celtic 498, Blanchet fig.458. TextImage
DLT 3943Vercingetorix. Arverni, (Region of Clermont Ferrand), Gaul. 120-60 BC. 19. 5mm, 7.46g. VERCA (VE ligate), male head left / Free horse walking right, dot in circle above. De La Tour 3943; Muret BN 3936-3947.TextImage
DT 3013AArvernes, (Region of Clermont Ferrand), Gaul. AV quarter-stater "au triskčle", imitiating type of Philip of Macedonia. 13.5 mm, 1,76. 120-60 BC. Laureate male head right, hair loose / Chariot with charioteer, drawn right by one horse, its tail curled back to its rump; triskeles below. DT 3013A and 3037; MAN, St. Germain en Laye 3016; Not in de la Tour.TextImage
Fitz 113788Celtic, Arverni, AV Stater, Vercingetorix, 54-52 BC. 18mm, 7.29 g.VERCI-NGETORIXS, bare head of Vercingetorix left with wavy hair / Horse leaping left, amphora below. LW-0019; CM.LS.19-R; Fitz 113788.TextImage
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