Ancient Coinage of Arabia, Nabataea

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BMC 3Aretas III AE20. Damascus mint, 87-62 BC. Diademed bust right / BAΣIΛEΩΣ AΡETOY ΦIΛEΛΛHNOΣ, Tyche of Damascus seated left on rocks, holding cornucopiae, river god swimming below. TextImage
Meshorer 1ANabataea, Aretas II, AE15, 110-96 BC. Helmeted head right / winged Nike left.TextImage
Meshorer 2Nabataea, Aretas II, AE13, 110-96 BC. Helmeted head r, of careless style, Rx-Winged Nike left. TextImage
Meshorer 28Nabataea, Obodas III. 30-9 BC. AR Drachm or Denarius. Jugate busts of Obodas and his queen / Diademed bust of Obodas; year off flan. TextImage
Meshorer 35Kingdom of Nabataea, Obodas III AE18. 30-9 BC. Diademed bust of Obodas III to right / Unknown female (probably the Queen) stands left wearing long mantle raising right hand with palm extended. TextImage
Meshorer 56Nabataea, Kings of. Aretas IV. 9 BC-40 AD. AE 19mm. Laureate head of Aretas IV right / Woman standing left, raising her right hand. SNG ANS 1429. TextImage
Meshorer 58Kingdom of Nabataea, Aretas IV AE14. 9 BC - 40 AD. Laureate head right / crossed cornucopias each with a pomegranate, ear of grain and bunch of grapes, Aramaic letter "he" (Aretas' initial) between. TextImage
Meshorer 79Nabatea, Aretas IV, with Huldu. 9 BC-AD 40. AE 24. 8.46g. Dated RY 10 (AD 1/2). Laureate head of Aretas right / Veiled bust of Huldu right; date in legend. Meshorer, Nabataea 79.TextImage
Meshorer 82Aretas IV, Nabatea, Ae quarter denomination, 1-2 AD. Head of Aretas IV right / Value within wreath. Meshorer Nabatean 82.TextImage
Meshorer 99cfNabatea AR Drachm, Aretas IV and Shaqilat. 9BC - 40 AD. Lauraete head of Aretas right / jugate busts of Aretas and his queen, Shaqilat, right. cf Meshorer, Nabataea 99-111. TextImage
Meshorer 102cfNabataea, Aretas IV and Shaqilat AR Drachm. 9 BC-AD 40. Laureate, diademed, and draped bust of Aretas IV right / Veiled and draped bust of Shaqilat right; date behind. Schmitt-Korte, “Nabataean Coinage–Part II. New Coin Types and Variants,” NC 1990, 77 var. (RY 33). TextImage
Meshorer 112Nabataea, Aretas IV and Shugailat, AE 17. 39-40 AD. Jugate busts of Aretas IV and Shugailat right / crossed cornucopiae. TextImage
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Meshorer 113Nabataea, Aretas IV, AE 16, 39-40 AD. Jugate busts of Aretas IV and Shugailat / Crossed cornuacopiae. TextImage
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Meshorer 114Aretas IV, 9 BC-40 AD, King of Nabataea, AE16. Jugate busts of Aretas and Shuqailait. / Double cornucopias, the names of the King and Queen in Nabataean Aramaic between them. SGI 5699. TextImage
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Meshorer 114cfKingdom of Nabataea, Aretas IV AE17. Jugate busts of Aretas and Shuqailait / Double cornucopias, the names of the King and Queen in Nabataean Aramaic between them. TextImage
Meshorer 123ffNabataea, Malichos II. 40-70 AD. AR Drachm.. Laureate head of Malichos / Veiled bust of Shuqailat II. TextImage
Meshorer 163kKingdom of Nabataea, Rabbell II and Gamilat AE18. Jugate busts of Rabbell and Gamilat right / Double cornucopias with their names in Nabataean Aramaic between. TextImage
Meshorer 164Nabataea. Rabbel II. 70-106 AD. AE 16mm. Laureate and draped busts of Rabbel and Hagru conjoined / Crossed cornucopiae. Meshorer 164. TextImage
SGI_5699Nabatea, King Aretas and Queen Shaqilath, AE18, (4.25g) Jugate busts right. / Crossed cornucopias. TextImage
SGI_5706Nabataea, 71-106AD AE17. Bust of king Rabbell II conjoined with his queen Gamilath / 2 crossed cornucopias with Aramic legend Rabbell Gamilath in two lines. TextImage
SNGANS 1437Nabatea, Aretas IV and Shaqilat AR Drachm. Year 37 = 28 AD. Nabataean inscription HRTT MLK NBTW RHM MH (Aretas, King of the Nabataeans, lover of his people), laureate head of Aretas right / SQYLT MLKT NBTW NST II/3, jugate busts right of Aretas and Shaquilat. cf Meshorer 99-111. TextImage
SNGANS 1438Aretas IV, 9 BC-40 AD, King of Nabataea, bronze of 17.8 mm, 4.24 grams. Jugate busts of Aretas and Shuqailait. / Double cornucopias, the names of the King and Queen in Nabataean Aramaic between them. TextImage
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SNGANS 1440Nabataean Kingdom, Aretas IV AE18. 9 BC - 40 AD. Jugate busts of Aretas IV and Queen Shuquilat / crossed cornucopias, Nabataean inscriptions. TextImage
SNGANS 1442Nabataean Kingdom, Aretas IV AE18. 9 BC - 40 AD. Jugate busts of Aretas IV and Queen Shuquilat / crossed cornucopias, Nabataean inscriptions.TextImage
Entry for Arabia, Nabataea on the Digital Historia Numorum

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