Ancient Coinage of Ionia, Phokaia

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ARCHAIC AND PRE-ROMAN ISSUES
BMC 48Phocaea, Ionia, Electrum Hekte, ca. 400-390 BC. Head of Athena left, wearing crested Attic helmet, decorated with griffon sitting left; beneath the truncation of neck, seal left / Quadripartite incuse square. BMC 48; Bodenstedt 159; Boston 1914; Sear Greece 4530.TextImage
BMC 67Phocaea, Ionia, AR Tetartemorion. c 500 BC, Head of griffin right, two dots below / Quadripartite incuse square. Sear 3500E var. TextImage
BMC 67vIonia Phokaia, AR Tetartemorion. Head of griffin right / quadripartite incuse square. cf Sear 3500E but griffin right. TextImage
BMC 79Phokaia, Ionia AR Obol. 6th century BC. Head of seal left / Quadripartite incuse square. TextImage
BMC 82Phokaia, Ionia, Archaic AR Hemidrachm. Head of Griffin left / crude quadripartite incuse. Sear 3500A. TextImage
BMC 85Phokaia, Ionia, AR fraction, ca 530-510 BC. 5.38 mm. 0.31 gr. Head of griffin right / Incuse oblong punch. BMC 85-87; Weber 6092; Traite 525; SNG Tuebingen 3250-3251; Sear Greece -.TextImage
BMC 91-93Phokaia, Ionia, AE14, civic issue, 350-300 BC. 1.87 g. Female head left, hair in a sphendone / Head of griffin left. BMC 91-93; SNG von Aulock 2135; SNG Cop 1031-1033; SNG Leipzig 1206; SNG Tuebingen 3121-3122.TextImage
BMC 94Phokaie, Ionia, AE11, 1.11 gr. 350-300 BC. Female head left, wearing stephane and earring / Head and neck of griffin left, AR monogram to left. BMC 94; SNG Aulock 2135.TextImage
BMC 98Phokaia AE13, semi-autonomous issue. 300-100 BC. 1.70 g. Head of Hermes left, wearing petatos / Monogram of Phokaia (ΦΩ) in the form of a caduceus. No letters in fields. BMC 98; Weber 6096.TextImage
BMC 101Phokaia, Ionia. ca 350-300 BC. AE 17mm. Head of Hermes left in petasos / ΦΩKAEΩN, forepart of a griffin left. TextImage
BMC 104Phokaia, Ionia, AE16, civic issue, 300-100 BC. 3.83 g. Magistrate Isidoros. Head of Hermes right, wearing petatos / ΦΩ IΣIΔΩΡOΣ beside and beneath forepart of griffin right. BMC 104; SNG von Aulock 7959.TextImage
BMC 105Phokaia, Ionia, AE16, civic issue, 300-100 BC. 3.44 g. Magistrate Pythis. Head of Hermes right, wearing petatos / ΠYΘIΣ beneath forepart of griffin right. BMC 105; SNG Lewis 944; SNG Cop 1038.TextImage
Bodenstedt 1Phokaia, Ionia, ca 600-522 BC. Electrum Hekte. 2.54 gm. Seal swimming to left, looking back over its shoulder; annulet below / Rough quadripartite incuse square. Bodenstedt 1.4.TextImage
Bodenstedt 4Phokaia, Ionia EL Hekte. ca 600-522 BC. Forepart of Pegasos left; seal (fokh) below / Quadripartite incuse square. SNG von Aulock 7944. TextImage
Bodenstedt 9Phokaia, Ionia EL Hekte. ca 600-522 BC. Forepart of bull right, head reverted; small seal above / Rough incuse square. SNG von Aulock 7946. TextImage
Bodenstedt 12Ionia, Phocaea EL Hekte. 625/600–522 BC. Head of griffin left, seal swimming upward behind / Square incuse, partially filled. TextImage
Bodenstedt 13Phokia, Ionia, Electrum Hekte, Ca. 600–522 BC. 2.60 g. Head of roaring lion left, small seal swimming upward behind / Quadripartite incuse punch. Bodenstedt Ph 13.TextImage
Bodenstedt 14Phokaia, Ionia, ca 625-522 BC. Electrum Hekte, 2.57 g. Boar's head left, grain ear below / Rough incuse punch. Bodenstedt 14.TextImage
Bodenstedt 15Phokaia, Ionia, ca 625-522 BC. Electrum 1/24th Stater, 0.64 g. Helmeted head right; below, small seal right / Rough incuse square. Bodenstedt Em. 15; SNG von Aulock 1787; Weber 5732.TextImage
Bodenstedt 18Phokaia. Circa 625/600-522 BC. EL Hekte. Ram kneeling left, seal above / Quadripartite incuse square. SNG von Aulock 7945. TextImage
Bodenstedt 19Ionia, Phocaea EL Hekte. 625/600–522 BC. He-goat half-kneeling left, small seal left above his back / Square incuse, partially filled. TextImage
Bodenstedt 25Phokaia, Ionia, ca 625-522 BC. EL Hekte, 2.52 g. Lion's head left, turtle above / Rough incuse punch. Bodenstedt 25.TextImage
Bodenstedt 28Phokaia, Ionia EL Hekte. Circa 625 or 600-522 BC. Forepart of a bull kneeling right, head turned left; seal (fokh) left / quadripartite incuse square. Boston MFA Suppl. 175, SNG von Aulock 2122, Rosen 588. TextImage
Bodenstedt 29Phokaia, Ionia, Electrum Hekte, 2.59 gr. Ca. 520-500 BC. Three seals swimming in a circle to left around a central pellet / Quadripartite incuse square. BMFA 1895. Bodenstedt 29 a/a.TextImage
Bodenstedt 30Ionia, Phokaia Electrum Hekte. Circa 521-478 BC. Crested Corinthian helmet ornamented with a floral scroll; seal below / Quadripartite incuse square. BMC 76, SNGvA 2119. TextImage
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Bodenstedt 31Phokaia, Ionia EL Hekte. Circa 521-478 BC. Female head left, in helmet or close fitting cap; seal to right / Quadripartite incuse square. SNGvA 7943. TextImage
Bodenstedt 34Ionia, Phocaea EL Hekte. ca 510 BC. Head of Athena left in crested Attic helmet ornamented with spiral palmette, small seal downward behind neck / Square incuse. TextImage
Bodenstedt 36Phokaia, Ionia, ca 521-478 BC. EL Hekte, 2.54 g. Lion standing left, devouring prey / Quadripartite incuse. Bodenstedt 36.TextImage
Bodenstedt 38Ionia, Phokaia. ca 521-478 BC. EL Hekte. Head of a roaring lion left / Quadripartite incuse square. TextImage
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Bodenstedt 39Ionia, Phokaia EL Helte. ca 521-478 BC. Forepart of a winged griffin left, seal (fokh) behind / Quadripartite incuse square. Boston MFA Supplement 174. TextImage
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Bodenstedt 41Phokaia, Ionia EL Hekte. ca 521-478 BC. Helmeted head of Athena left; seal to right / Quadripartite incuse square. Pozzi 2506. TextImage
Bodenstedt 42Phokaia, Ionia EL Hekte. Circa 521-478 BC. Forepart of a winged griffin left; seal (fokh) behind / quadripartite incuse square. TextImage
Bodenstedt 43Ionia, Phocaea EL Hekte. ca 492 BC. Facing head of satyr, small seal to left (off flan) / quadripartite incuse. TextImage
Bodenstedt 44Phokaia Electrum, El Hekte, 521-478 BC. Bearded head of Ares (Mars) left, wearing Attic helmet decorated with spiral. / Four-part incuse. TextImage
Bodenstedt 51Phokaia, Ionia EL Hekte. Ca 477-388 BC. Head of a goat left; seal (fokh) right / Quadripartite incuse square. TextImage
Bodenstedt 74Phokaia, Ionia, Electrum 1/6 stater. 477-388 BC. Helmeted head of Athena left / quadripartite incuse square. TextImage
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Bodenstedt 90Phokaia, Ionia, EL 1/6 stater. 477-326 BC, Woman's head left / Quadripartite incuse square. TextImage
Bodenstedt 91Ionia, Phokaia EL Hekte. ca 477-388 BC. Helmeted head of Athena left, griffin on helmet; seal (fokh) below / Quadripartite incuse square. Boston MFA 1927. TextImage
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Bodenstedt 94Phokaia, Ionia EL Helte. ca 477-388 BC. Head of nymph left; seal (fokh) right / Quadripartite incuse square. Boston MFA Supplement 176. TextImage
Bodenstedt 96Phokaia, Ionia. c387-326 BC. EL Hekte. Head of Io left wearing cow's horn / Quadripartite incuse square. TextImage
Bodenstedt 97Ionia, Phocaea Electrum Hekte. ca 387-326 BC. Head of Pan with seal below truncation of neck / Four part incuse. TextImage
Bodenstedt 98Phokaia, Ionia EL Hekte. Circa 387-326 BC. Head of Aphrodite left, hair in chignon; seal below / Quadripartite incuse square. BMC 61. TextImage
Bodenstedt 102Ionia, Phokaia EL Hekte. Circa 387-326 BC. Laureate female head left; her hair in sakkos; seal (fokh) right / quadripartite incuse square. Boston MFA 1920. TextImage
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Bodenstedt 104Phocaea - Ionia - Electrum Hekte. 387-326 BC. Female head left with large curl behind ear, wearing earring; seal beneath neck / Quadripartite incuse square. Bodenstedt 104.TextImage
Bodenstedt 106Phokaia, Ionia. Circa 387-326 BC. Electrum Hekte or Sixth Stater. Head of nymph left wearing pendant earring; small seal swimming left behind neck / Quadripartite. TextImage
Bodenstedt 107Phokaia, Ionia, EL 1/6 stater. 387-326 BC, Head of Omphale left / Quadripartite incuse square. TextImage
Bodenstedt 109Phokaia, Ionia. ca 387-326 BC. EL Hekte. Laureate head of Demeter left / Quadripartite incuse square. TextImage
Bodenstedt 110Phokaia EL Hekte. ca 328 BC. Head of nymph facing left with hair tightly bound to head. / Quadripartite incuse square. TextImage
FAC GA71653Phokaia, Ionia, AR obol, ca. 510-494 BC. 10.2 mm, 0.79g. Archaic head of nymph right, wearing sakkos or close-fitting cap, and earring / Quadripartite incuse square. Unpublished in the standard new and old sources. Forum Ancient Coins item GA71653.TextImage
Head 85Phokaia, Ionia AR Hemiobol. Head of griffin right / rough incuse square (with markings resembling two dolphins or a dolphin and a tunny fish). TextImage
Heidelberger 64, 969Phokaia AE12, 2nd century BC. 1.79 g. Head of Hermes left, wearing petasos / A-Λ, caduceus. SNG Cop 1044 var. (letters); BMC 98 var. (no letters). Possibly unpublished.TextImage
Imhoof KM 4Phokaia, Ionia, AE18, 300-100 BC. 17.68 mm, 4.74 g. Magistrate Athenades. Head of Hermes left, wearing petatos / AΘHNAΔHΣ beneath forepart of griffin left between two piloi. SNG Cop 1039; Imhoof KM 4.TextImage
Imhoof KM 8Phokaia, Ionia, AE13, civic issue, 300-100 BC. 1.36 g. Magistrate Philos. Helmeted head of Athena right / ΦIΛΩN beneath head of griffin right between the caps of the Dioskuri, each with a star above. Imhoof KM 8.TextImage
Klein 450Phokaia, Ionia, AR tetartemorion, (0.19g) c. 530-510 BC, Head of griffin right. / Incuse punch. TextImage
Klein 451Phokaia, Ionia, AR tetartemorion. ca 530-510 BC, Head of griffin right, pellet above / Incuse punch. TextImage
NN 41, 303Phokaia AE12, 2nd century BC. 1.77 g. Head of Hermes left, wearing petasos / Π-A, caduceus. SNG Cop 1044 var. (letters); BMC 98 var. (no letters). Possibly unpublished. Numismatik Naumann, 41, 303.TextImage
NYS 110Phokaea, Ionia, Electrum Stater, 17mm, 16.46 gm. Seal swimming left, devouring octopus clamped in its mouth; in the field above, two, below, one raised square; at the end of the trunk, Phi / Two incuse squares of different sizes, set side by side. Unpublished, the second one known.TextImage
Rosen 579Phokaia, Ionia, AR Trihemiobol. ca 500 BC. Helmeted head left, of archaic style / Incuse punch of rough form. TextImage
Rosen 596Ionia, Phokaia. AR Trihemiobol. Late 6th Century BC. Female head left, in helmet or close fitting cap / Quadripartite incuse square. SNGvA 1813. TextImage
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Rosen 597Phokaia, Ionia, AR Trihemiobol. c 500 BC. Helmeted head left, of archaic style / Incuse punch of rough form. TextImage
SNG Cop 1037Phokaia, Ionia, AE16, civic issue, 300-200 BC. 4.7 g. Magistrate Aristoleos. Head of Hermes right, wearing petatos / ΦΩ AΡIΣTOΛEOΣ, forepart of griffin right. SNG Copenhagen 1037; SNG Tübingen 3127; SNG Lewis 943.TextImage
SNG Cop 1044Phokaia AE11, semi-autonomous issue. 300-100 BC. 1.5 g. Head of Hermes left, wearing petatos / Monogram of Phokaia (ΦΩ) in the form of a caduceus. E-Ρ across fields. SNG Cop 1044.TextImage
SNG Kayhan 522Phokaia, Ionia AR Trihemiobol. Late 6th century BC. Female head left, in helmet or close fitting cap / Quadripartite incuse square. TextImage
SNG Kayhan 522 (2)Phokaia, Ionia. AR Diobol. ca 500 BC. 9mm, 1.25 g. Archaic female head right with eye seen in full, wearing helmet or close-fitting cap (cecryphalos), flower-shaped earring and necklace / Quadripartite incuse square divided by raised lines. Traité II-I 531-532; SNG von Aulock 1813 (uncertain mint); SNG Cop. 389-394 (ditto); SNG Kayhan 522; Jenkins 19.TextImage
SNG Kayhan 522 (3)Phokaia, Ionia. AR Diobol. ca 500 BC. 9mm, 1.25 g. Archaic female head right with eye seen in full, wearing helmet or close-fitting cap (cecryphalos), earring and necklace / Quadripartite incuse square divided by raised lines. Traité II-I 531-532; SNG von Aulock 1813 (uncertain mint); SNG Cop. 389-394 (ditto); SNG Kayhan 522; Jenkins 19.TextImage
SNG Kayhan 525Phokaia, Ionia, AR Diobol, (1.27g) c. 500 BC, Head of Athena (?) left, wearing close-fitting helmet and earring / irregular incuse. Cahn 11. TextImage
SNG vA 2116Phokaia, Ionia. Circa 500-480 BC. AR Diobol (1.65 gm). Head of griffin head left / Incuse punch with shape of a lyre. TextImage
SNG vA 7781Phokaia, Ionia. 1/48 Stater, ca. 625-522 BC. 5.90 mm, 0.33 g. Head of seal left / Incuse square punch. SNG von Aulock 7781; Bodenstedt 2.1; Rosen 307.TextImage
Traite 2051 varPhokaia, Ionia. AE16. 2.96g. 300 BC. Helmeted head of Athena left / Φ-Ω, A-Π to left and right of screaming griffin head left. cf Mionnet supp. VI, 1307 (A..); Traité 2049 var (AP monogram left); Traité 2051 var (MI-Λ across fields); SNG Cop 1034-1035 var (no letters in fields); Imhoof GM 3 var (ditto); Isegrim -.TextImage
Weidauer 188varPhokaia, Ionia, ca. 625-575 BC. Electrum Stater, 16.35 gm. Seal swimming left, octopus clamped in its mouth, three square objects around, Φ below / Two rough incuse squares set side-by-side, one smaller than the other. Apparently unpublished, cf. Bodenstedt 1.2 and Weidauer 188-189 for early staters of Phokaia with seal.TextImage
Weidauer 191Phokaia, Ionia. 1/24 Stater, ca. 600-550 BC. 6.30 mm, 0.65 g. Archaic human head left, hair placed behind the ear and falling long behind head / Irregular quadripartite punch. Weidauer 191-192.TextImage
Winterthur 3102Phokaia, Ionia AR Hemidrachm. ca 387-326 BC. Helmeted head of Athena left / Head of griffin left; AB monogram below. TextImage
Winterthur 3102vPhokaia, Ionia AR hemidrachm. ca 387-326 BC. Helmeted head of Athena left / Head of griffin left; AΓ monogram below. TextImage
sixth_stater Phocaia, Ionia, EL fourée 1/6 stater, (2.29g) c. 375 BC, Head of Demeter left / quadripartite incuse square. TextImage
Sear 4530Phocaea, Ionia, Electrum Hekte. 400-390 BC. 2.50 gr. no legend, head of Athena left, wearing crested Attic helmet, decorated with griffin sitting left / quadripartite incuse square. BMC 48; Bodenstedt 159; Boston 1914; Sear 4530.TextImage
Sear 4534Ionia, Phokaia AR Hemidrachm. 350-300 BC, Head of Athena left wearing crested helmet / head of griffin left. TextImage
Sear 4539Ionia, Phokaia AE15. 3rd to 2nd Cent. BC. Draped bust of Hermes right, wearing petasos / forepart of a griffin right. TextImage
CIVIC ISSUES FROM 1ST CENTURY AD AND LATER
BMC 114Phokaia AE17, semi-autonomous issue. AD 50-150. 3.69 g. ΦΩKEA, turreted head of Tyche of Phokaia right / Griffin standing left, right paw raised. RPC II,978, BMC 114, SNG München 835. SNG Cop. 1048-1049.TextImage
BMC 118Phokaia, Ionia. semi-autonomous issue. AE. AD 238-260. 4.62 g. ΦΩKEA, turreted, draped bust of Tyche of Phokaia right / ΦΩKAIEΩN, galley sailing right, with the two pilei of the Dioscuri above, surmounted by stars. SNG von Aulock 2142; BMC 118.TextImage
BMC 122Phokaia, Ionia, AE16, semi-autonomous issue, 253-268 BC. 3.46 g. Turreted, draped bust of Tyche right / ΦΩKAIE-ΩN, hound standing right attacking a dolphin. BMC 122; SNG Cop 1060; SNG von Aulock 2141.TextImage
BMC 128Phokaia, Ionia, AE20, semi-autonomous issue, AD 244-249. 5.5 g. Magistrate Cl. Scribonianos. IEΡA CYNKΛHTOC, draped bust of the Senate right / EΠ C KΛ CKΡEIBΩNIANOY ΦΩKAI, the Dioskuri, naked, standing right, each holding spear and shield. BMC 128-129; SNG von Aulock 2140; SNG Cop 1056-1057; SNG Lewis 1442.TextImage
BMC 130Phokaia, Ionia, AE25, semi-autonomous. AD 244-249. 7.95 g. Magistrate Cl. Scribonianus. IEΡA CYNKΛHTOC, draped bust of the Senate right, hair bound in a taenia / C KΛ CKΡEIBΩNIANOY around and in right field, ΦΩKAI below, prow right, two caps of the Dioscuri above, each surmounted by a star. BMC 130; SNG Munich 841.TextImage
Imhoof KM 9Phokaia, Ionia, AE20, semi-autonomous issue, 253-268 BC. 5.59 g. CMAΡΔOC, river-god Smardos reclining left, holding branch, bird standing before him / ΦΩKAEΩN, prow right. Imhoof KM 9; Imhoof Flussgötter 276.TextImage
Mionnet 842Phokeia, Ionia, AE14, Semi-autonomous issue. 1st-3rd c. AD. Helmeted bust of Athena right, with aegis / ΦΩKAEΩN, River god Smardos reclining left, holding reed and resting elbow on overturned urn from which water flows. Mionnet III, 842.TextImage
SNG Cop 1047vIonia, Phocaea. AE15, Semi-autonomous issue. 1st-2nd c. AD. ΦΩKEA, Turreted and draped bust of Tyche right / Griffin standing right. SNG Copenhagen 1047-1049 var. (griffin left); BMC 114 var; SNG von Aulock -.TextImage
SNG Cop 1054Ionia, Phocaea AE26mm. Time of Gordian III, 238-244 AD. Draped and diademed bust of the Senate right / Prow right, caps of the Dioskuri above, surmounted by stars. TextImage
SNG Cop 1061Phokaia AE18, semi-autonomous issue. AD 253-268. 2.88 g. ΦΩKEA, turreted head of Tyche of Phokaia right / ΦΩKAIΩN, galley right, two caps of the Dioskuri and stars above. SNG Cop 1061; SNG Righetti 890.TextImage
SNG vA 2136Phokaia, semi-autonomous issue, AD 1-200. 2.58 g. Laureate, draped bust of Apollo right, laurel branch in right field / ΦΩKAEΩN, Kybele standing left between two lions, holding patera and tympanum. SNG von Aulock 2136; Lindgren III 383.TextImage
SNG vA 2137Phokaia, Ionia, semi-autonomous, AD 235-238. IEΡA CYNKΛHTOC, draped bust of the Senate right / EΠ C AΦΦIANOY, ΦΩKAI below, Tyche standing left, holding patera, and Kybele standing left behind her between two lions, holding patera and drum. SNG von Aulock 2137; SNG Cop 1052.TextImage
SNG vA 2140Phokaia, Ionia, AE25mm. IEΡA CVNKΛHTOC B, youthful, draped bust of the Senate right/ EΠ C KΛ CKΡEIBONIANOY ΦO KAI, the Dioskuri standing right, both holding spears and shields. Mionnet III, 851. TextImage
ROMAN PROVINCIAL ISSUES
AGRIPPINA II
RPC 2445Agrippina II, AE16 of Phokaia, Ionia. AD 54-59. 3.66 g. Magistrate Demosthenos. AΓΡIΠΠINAN ΣEBAΣTHN, draped bust right / ΦΩ ΔHMOΣΘENHΣ HΓIOY, female deity standing left, polos on head, holding patera and globe. RPC I 2445; Paris 1988.118.TextImage
LUCILLA
Waddington 1904Lucilla, AE20 of Phokaia, Ionia. AD 164-169. 4.05 g. ΛOYKIΛΛA CEBACTH, draped bust right / ΦΩKAIEΩN, rivergod Smardos reclining left, holding reed, bird standing right before him. Paris 2018; Waddington 1904; Falter 402; Mionnet III, 861.TextImage
COMMODUS
BMC 143v Commodus, as Caesar, AE40 Medallion of Phocaea, Ionia. Magistrate Aul. Markos. Bare-headed, draped, & cuirassed bust right / EΠI CTΡA-THΓOY AYΛOY TOY MAΡKOY, ΦΩK across upper field, AEΩN down right field, griffin walking right.TextImage
SNG Righetti 891Commodus, AE39 of Phokaia, Ionia. AD 166-177. Magistrate Aul. Markos. Λ AYΡ KOMOΔOC KAICAΡ, bare-headed, draped, cuirassed bust right / EΠI CTΡATHΓOY AYΛOY TOY MAΡKOY ΦΩKAEΩN, griffin walking right. SNG Righetti 891; Burstein 648.TextImage
CRISPINA
Lanz 144, 530Crispina, AE of Phokaia, Ionia. AD 178-192. 11.13 g. KΡICΠEINA CEBACTH, draped bust right / ..MAΡ ΦOKEΩN, female deity seated left on cuirass and shield, holding sceptre and uncertain object. Unpublished. Lanz 144, Lot 530.TextImage
CARACALLA
Imhoof FG 274Caracalla, AE35 of Phokaia, Ionia, AD 198-217. Magistrate M. Aur. Eutuchos. 24.88 g. AY K M AYΡ ANTΩNEINOC, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, seen from the back / EΠI CTΡ M AYΡ EYTYXOY around, T EΡM in left field, ΦΩKAEΩN below, rivergod Smardos reclining left, holding branch. Imhoof Flussgötter 274; (BMC 147 var: rev. legend).TextImage
MAXIMINUS I
BMC 154Maximinus I and Maximus, AE21 of Phokaia, Ionia. AD 235-238. 5.56 g. A K MAXIMEINOC KE MAXIMOC KAI, laureate head of Maximinus right, facing laureate head of Maximus left / ΦΩKAIEΩN ΣMAΡΔ, rivergod Smardos reclining left, holding branch, bird standing right before him. BMC 154; Falter 404; SNG von Aulock 2147; SNG Munich 854.TextImage
Mionnet III, 873Maximinus I and Maximus, AE39 of Phokaia, Ionia. AD 235-238. 39.94 g. Magistrate Aur. Affianus. A K Γ I OYH MAXIMEINOC K Γ I OYHΡ MAXIMOC KAI, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Maximinus right facing laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Maximus left / EΠ CTΡA AYΡ AΦΦIANOY ΦΩKAIEΩN, the Dioskuri standing facing each other, each holding spear and shield, star to left and right. Mionnet III, 873 (this coin); Paris 2033.TextImage
PHILIP I
BMC 160Philip I, AE36 of Phokaia, Ionia. AD 244-249. Magistrate Scribonianus. 29.67 g. AY K M IOY ΦIΛIΠΠOC, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / EΠ CT KΛ CKΡEIBΩNIANOY ΦΩKAIEΩN, hound right attacking a dolphin. BMC 160; Mionnet III 880.TextImage
G&M 159, 300Philip I, AE36 of Phokaia, Ionia. AD 244-249. Magistrate Scribonianus. 25.73 g. AY K M IOY ΦIΛIΠΠOC, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / EΠ CT KΛ CKΡEIBΩNIANOY ΦΩKAIEΩN, Poseidon standing right, foot on a prow and holding trident, facing Athena, standing left, holding spear and resting hand on a small olive tree. Imhoof KM 12 var (Maximinus under magistrate Apfianos). Apparently unpublished. G&M 159, 300.TextImage
Mionnet 878 Philip I AE 36mm of Ionia, Phokaia. Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, seen from behind / The Dioscuri standing facing, head turned towards one another, each holding a horse.TextImage
OTACILIA SEVERA
BMC 161Otacilia Severa, AE22 of Phokaia, Ionia. AD 244-249. 4.53 g. MA ΩTAK CEYHΡA CE, draped bust right / ΦΩKAIEΩN, Poseidon standing left, foot on rock, holding dolphin and trident. BMC 161; SNG Cop 1070-1071; SNG Tuebingen 3129; Mionnet III, 882.TextImage
See also: Perseus Project database, coins of Phokaia
Entry for Ionia, Phokaia on the Digital Historia Numorum
Search for Phocaia in the British SNG Volumes' Database at the Fitzwilliam Museum
Search for Phokaia (silver and bronze coins) at AsiaMinorCoins.com
Search for Phokaia (electrum coins) at AsiaMinorCoins.com
Search for Phocaia in the ANS Database
Search for Phocaia in the RPC IV (Antonines) database at the Ashmolean Museum

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