Ancient Coinage of Gaul, Cabellio


Cabellio, a Roman town of Gallia Narbonensis, possibly founded by Lepidus; present day Cavaillon, in Provence, Southwestern France.

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EARLY ROMAN TIMES
CAV 131Cabellio (Cavaillon), South-west Gaul. AE15, 120-72 BC. 1.52 g. Laureate head of Apollo left, hair long. / KABE above lion walking left. Py CAV-131; Depeyrot 2002, type 131.TextImage
DLT 3563Gaul, Southwestern France, Cabellio. Under Octavian, Octavian, 44-27 BC. AE Semis 14 x 18 mm (1.76 g). COL, helmeted head right, wreath border / CABE, head of Apollo right, within myrtle wreath. BMC Celtic 242 (obverse & reverse switched); S214; RPC I 529; SNG Copenhagen 685-686.TextImage
RPC 528Cabellio, Gaul. AR obol, struck in the name of Lepidus. 44-42 BC. CABE, head of Apollo right / LE-PI, cornucopiae within wreath. SNG Cop 684. TextImage
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Dictionary of Roman Coins entry for Cabellio

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