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Ancient Coinage of Arcadia, Thelpusa

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CITY AND SEMI-AUTONOMOUS COINAGE
BCD Pelop. 1757Thelpusa, Arcadia, AR obol, Ca 370-350 BC. 0.71 g. Head of Demeter Erinys right; Q beneath chin / ERIWN, the horse Areion prancing right; Q below. BCD Peloponnesos 1757 (same dies).TextImage
BCD Pelop. 1759Thelpusa, Arcadia. Circa 370-350 BC. AE Dichalkon, 5.76 g. Head of Demeter Erinys right / ERIWN, The horse Areion prancing right; Q below. BCD Peloponnesos 1759; Imhoof Monnaies Grecques 282; Traité III. 937.TextImage
BCD Pelop. 1761Thelpusa, Arcadia. AE Dichalkon, ca 50-25 BC. 3.52 g. Radiate head of Apollo or Helios right /QEL within wreath. BCD Peloponnesos 1761; Mionnet II, 76.TextImage
SEPTIMIUS SEVERUS
BCD Peloponnesos 1769.1Septimius Severus AE24 of Thelpusa, Arcadia. AD 198-209. 8.06 g. Laureate head right / QELFOUCIWN, (sic), river-god Ladon reclining left, left arm resting on overturned urn, right hand on head. BCD Peloponnesos 1769.1 otherwise unpublished.TextImage
Mionnet Supp IV, 124Septimius Severus, AE22 Assarion of Thelpusa, Arcadia. L CEPTI CEOYHROC P, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / QELPOYCIWN, Isis standing half-left by altar, holding sistrum and situla. Mionnet Supp. IV, 124.TextImage
GETA
Mionnet Supp. IV, 124 varGeta, AE22 of Thelpusa, Arcadia. 3.97 g. CEPTI GETAC K, bare-headed, draped, cuirassed bust left / QELPOYCIWN, Isis standing half-left by altar, holding sistrum and situla. Mionnet Supp. IV, 124 var (this reverse for Sept. Sev.).TextImage

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