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Ancient Coinage of Caria, Sebastopolis

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BMC 2Sebastopolis, Caria, AE20 semi-autonomous issue. AD 98-138. Head of Dionysos right, wreathed with ivy / CEBACTOPOLEITWN, cista mystica with lid open to right and from which a serpent is emerging. BMC 2-3; SNG von Aulock 2648; SNG Cop 461.TextImage
RPC 1242Sebastopolis, Caria. AE16, semi-autonomous issue, AD 61-96. Magistrate Papias Apollonios. CEBACTOPOLITWN, laureate head of Zeus right / NE PAPIAC APOLLWNIOY above and beneath thyrsos. RPC 1242; SNG Cop 460; Paris 887; Waddington 2542; BMC 1; SNG Righetti 974; Weber 6548.TextImage
RPC II 1243Sebastopolis, Caria, AE16 semi-autonomous issue. Magistrate Papias Apollonios. 4.07 g. CEBACTOPOLITWN, laureate head of Zeus right / NE PAPIAC APOLLWNIOY above and beneath club. RPC 1243; Imhoof GRM 1; Weber 6549.TextImage
SNG von Aulock 2649Sebastopolis, Caria, AE23 semi-autonomous issue. AD 200-230. DHMOC, laureate head of Demos right / CEBACTOPOLEITWN, cult image of Artemis Ephesia standing front, wearing polos and veil (no supports). SNG von Aulock 2649; Imhoof Nomisma 5, 19; BMC 5 var (bust type).TextImage
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RPC 1248Domitia, AE20 of Sebastopolis, Caria. AD 81-96. 8.6 g. DOMITIA CEBACTH, draped bust right / CEBACTOPOLEITWN, cult image of Artemis Ephesia standing facing, wearing polos, with supports. RPC 1248; Robert 6.TextImage

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