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Barkay 5Aretas IV, Nabataean Kingdom. AE19. Petra. 9 BC-AD 40. 5.17 g. Dated year 3. Laureate head of Aretas IV right, date in Aramaic letters resembling H-O across fields. / Aramaic legend with the name and title of Aretas, Queen Huldu, draped, standing left, raising right hand. Date in Aramaic letters resembling O-H across fields. Barkay 5; Hoover 49 in ANS NS 25.TextFull Size
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. TextFull Size
BMC 32Kingdom of Nabataea, Aretas IV AE14. 9 BC - 40 AD. Laureate head right / crossed cornucopiae each with a pomegranate, ear of grain and bunch of grapes, Aramaic letter "he" (Aretas' initial) between them. BMC 32. TextFull Size
Hendin 30-31Syllaios and Aretas IV, Nabataean Kingdom. AR Trihemiobol or hemidrachm. Petra. Struck ca. 9-8 BC. 10.5 mm, 1.16 g. Diademed head of Obodas III right; Aramaic "shin" (resembles an "F") behind head. / Aramaic shin (resembles a F, for Syllaios) and Heth (H for Aretas) within wreath. Hendin 30-31; Meshorer, Nabataea, Sup. 4; Huth 60; Barkay 3; Hoover and Barkay 32-34 in ANS NS 25.TextFull Size
Meshorer 1A Nabataea, Aretas II, AE15, 110-96 BC. Helmeted head right / winged Nike left. TextFull Size
Meshorer 2 Nabataea, Aretas II, AE13, 110-96 BC. Helmeted head right, of careless style. / Winged Nike left. TextFull Size
Meshorer 28 Nabataea, Obodas III. 30-9 BC. AR Drachm or Denarius. Jugate busts of Obodas and his queen / Diademed bust of Obodas; year off flan. TextFull Size
Meshorer 35 Kingdom 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. TextFull Size
Meshorer 56 Nabataea, 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. TextFull Size
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.TextFull Size
Meshorer 80Aretas IV, Nabatean Kingdom. AE18, Dated Year 10, AD 1-2. 5.48 g. Laureate head of Aretas right with Nabatean legend "Aretas, King of the Nabateans, lover of his people". / Eagle standing left, Nabatean legend "Half silver Year 10". Meshorer, Nabataea 80.TextFull Size
Meshorer 82Aretas IV, Nabatea, Ae quarter denomination, AD 1-2. Head of Aretas IV right / Value within wreath. Meshorer Nabatean 82.TextFull Size
Meshorer 87Aretas IV, Nabataean Kingdom. AE14. Petra. 9 BC-AD 40. 1.57 g. Laureate head of Aretas IV right (Π before head). / Uncertain object resembling a bell with fringes. Aramaic legend resembling OTΛΠ ("Hagra") below. Meshorer Nabataea 87; Huth 89.TextFull Size
Meshorer 93Aretas IV, Nabataean Kingdom. AE11. Petra. 9 BC-AD 40. 0.98 g. Aramaic semkath and Heth (resembling O and H) within laurel wreath. / Eagle standing left, Aramaic het (H) to right. Meshorer, Nabataea 93; SNG ANS 1434.TextFull Size
Meshorer 97Nabataean Kingdom, Aretas IV, with Shaqilat, AE16. Petra mint, struck ca. AD 16. 2.28 g. Aretas standing left, holding spear and resting hand on sword in sheath; palm to left, Aramaic Heth (H) to right. / "Shaqilat" in Aramaic in three lines to right of Shaqilat standing left, raising left hand, wreath in lower left field. Meshorer, Nabataea 97; SNG ANS 1438-1439.TextFull Size
Meshorer 99cf Nabatea 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. TextFull Size
Meshorer 102cf Nabataea, 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). TextFull Size
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Meshorer 112 Nabataea, Aretas IV and Shugailat, AE 17. 39-40 AD. Jugate busts of Aretas IV and Shugailat right / crossed cornucopiae. TextFull Size
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Meshorer 113 Nabataea, Aretas IV, AE 16, 39-40 AD. Jugate busts of Aretas IV and Shugailat right, H in right field. Crossed cornucopiae, "Aretas King of the Nabataeans" in Nabatean Aramaic above and below, date Year 5 in centre. Meshorer Nabateans 57-Sup 6; 11; Sear Greece 5699.TextFull Size
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Meshorer 114 Aretas IV, 9 BC-40 AD, King of Nabataea, AE16. Jugate busts of Aretas and Shuqailait. / Double cornucopiae, the names of the King and Queen in Nabataean Aramaic between them. SGI 5699. TextFull Size
Meshorer 114cf Kingdom of Nabataea, Aretas IV AE17. Jugate busts of Aretas and Shuqailait / Double cornucopiae, the names of the King and Queen in Nabataean Aramaic between them. TextFull Size
Meshorer 115Aretas IV, Nabataean Kingdom. AE15. Petra. 9 BC-AD 40. 1.54 g. Diademed head right, Aramaic letter Heth (H) before head. / Aramaic legend resembling HLUU within wreath. Meshorer Nabataea 115; Sofaer 70.TextFull Size
Meshorer 123 Nabataea, Malichos II. 40-70 AD. AR Drachm. Laureate head of Malichos / Veiled bust of Shuqailat II. TextFull Size
Meshorer 163k Kingdom of Nabataea, Rabbell II and Gamilat AE18. Jugate busts of Rabbell and Gamilat right / Double cornucopiae with their names in Nabataean Aramaic between. TextFull Size
Meshorer 164 Nabataea. Rabbel II. 70-106 AD. AE 16mm. Laureate and draped busts of Rabbel and Hagru conjoined / Crossed cornucopiae. Meshorer 164. TextFull Size
SGI 5699Nabatea, King Aretas and Queen Shaqilath, AE18, (4.25g) Jugate busts right. / Crossed cornucopiae. TextFull Size
SGI 5706Nabataea, 71-106AD AE17. Bust of king Rabbell II conjoined with his queen Gamilath / 2 crossed cornucopiae with Aramic legend Rabbell Gamilath in two lines. TextFull Size
SNGANS 1437 Nabatea, 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. TextFull Size
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SNGANS 1438 Aretas IV, 9 BC-40 AD, King of Nabataea, bronze of 17.8 mm, 4.24 grams. Jugate busts of Aretas and Shuqailait. / Double cornucopiae, the names of the King and Queen in Nabataean Aramaic between them. TextFull Size
SNGANS 1440 Nabataean Kingdom, Aretas IV AE18. 9 BC - 40 AD. Jugate busts of Aretas IV and Queen Shuquilat / crossed cornucopiae, Nabataean inscriptions. TextFull Size
SNGANS 1442 Nabataean Kingdom, Aretas IV AE18. 9 BC - 40 AD. Jugate busts of Aretas IV and Queen Shuquilat / crossed cornucopiae, Nabataean inscriptions. TextFull Size
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