Ancient Coinage of Caria, Neapolis Ad Harpasum

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Aufhauser 11, 141Neapolis ad Harpasum, Caria. 200-100 BC. 2.12 g. Laureate head of Apollo right / NEAΠOΛIET...YO Δ, lyre. Aufhauser 11, 141; BMC 1 corr (as Neapolis ad Myndiorum).TextImage
CNG 199, 329Neapolis ad Harpasum (Neapolis Aurelia), Caria. AE26 semi-autonomous issue. AD 138-268. NEAΠOΛIC, turreted and draped bust of Tyche right / AYΡ NEAΠOΛEITΩN, Dionysus, loins draped, standing left, holding kantharos and thyrsos, panther at foot left. Apparently unpublished. Alighieri Collection.TextImageFull Size
Savoca DAS9278Neapolis ad Harpasum, Caria, AE14 semi-autonomous issue, 2.37 g. EΠI ΓΡ ΠΡΩTEOY (ΓΡ ligate), bare head of Herakles right / AY..(NEAΠOΛI)TΩN, Serpent emerging with head right from cista mystica. Savoca DAS9278. Unpublished.TextImage
SNGvA 8122Neapolis ad Harpasum, Caria, AE16 semi-autonomous issue. 3.04 g. Magistrate Pytheas. (anticlockwise, outwards)NEAΠOΛEITΩN, bearded head of Herakles right, lionskin knotted around neck / EΠI ΠYθEOY ΓΡ TO B, cult image of Artemis Ephesia facing, kalathos on head, with supports. SNG von Aulock 8122; Vienna 34948.TextImage
ANS 48045Gordian III, AE of Neapolis ad Harpasum, Caria. AD 238-244. 4.59 g. AYT K M ANT ΓOΡΔIANOC, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / NEAΠOΛEITΩN, Dionysus, naked, standing left, holding bunch of grapes and thyrsos, panther at foot left. ANS 1944.100.48045.TextImage
RPC 658Gordian III, AE22 of Neapolis ad Harpasum, Caria. AYT K M ANT ΓOΡΔIANOC, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / NEAPOLEITWN, Dionysos standing left by altar, holding patera and thyrsos. RPC 658; Waddington 2485; Paris 863; Imhoof KM 88.TextImage

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