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); TextFull Size
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 Apparently unpublished.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.TextFull 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 Unpublished.TextFull Size
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.TextFull Size
MARCUS AURELIUS
Imhoof KM 2Marcus Aurelius, as Caesar. AE22 of Neapolis-Aurelia, Ionia (Neapolis ad Harpasum, Caria). AD 138-161. 6.8 g. M AYΡHΛIOC OYHΡOC KAICAΡ, bare head right. / AYΡHΛIEΩN NEAΠOΛITΩN, cult image of Artemis Ephesia standing facing, kalathos on head, with supports. Imhoof KM 2.TextFull Size
GORDIAN III
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.TextFull Size
BMC 1-3Gordian III, AE22 of Neapolis ad Harpasum, Caria. AD 238-244. AYT K M ANT ΓOΡΔIANOC, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. / NEAΠOΛEITΩN, Athena standing front, looking left, holding spear and resting left hand on shield at her side. BMC 1-3; Weber 6546; Mionnet IV, 1291.TextFull Size
RPC 658Gordian III, AE22 of Neapolis ad Harpasum, Caria. AYT K M ANT ΓOΡΔIANOC, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / NEAΠOΛEITΩN, Dionysos standing left by altar, holding patera and thyrsos. RPC 658; Waddington 2485; Paris 863; Imhoof KM 88.TextFull Size

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