Ancient Coinage of Lycaonia, Derbe

Derbe (today Kerti Huyuk). Renamed Claudio-Derbe in ca. 41 AD. Formerly was believed to be the site of modern day Gudelisin, in 1956, an inscription was found at Kerti Huyuk, 30 miles further east, showing this town to be the true site of Derbe. The ancient site remains unexcavated.

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Aulock Lyk. 77Marcus Aurelius AE26 of Derbe, Lycaonia. AD 164. 10.2 g. AYTOK KAIC M AYΡH ANTωN CEB, laureate, draped bust right / KΛAY ΔEΡB KOI ΛYKA, Dionysos standing left, holding kantharos and thyrsos, panther at foot left. Aulock Lykaonien 77.TextImage
Lindgren I 1375Faustina II, AE20 of Derbe, Lycaonia. 5.4 g. ΦAYCTEINA CEBACTH, draped bust left / KΛAY ΔEΡB KOI ΛYKAONIAC, Tyche standing left, holding rudder and cornucopiae. Lindgren I 1375 (this coin); von Aulock Lykaonien 78.TextImage
SNG France 2263Faustina II, AE20 of Derbe, Lycaonia. 4.99 g. FAYCTEINA CEBACTH, draped bust left / KLAY DERB KOI LYKAONIAS, Tyche standing left, holding rudder and cornucopiae. Waddington 1 in RN 1883; SNG France 2263; Paris 12 (this coin).TextImage
SNGvA 79Lucius Verus 161-169, Derbe, Lycaonia, AE 24. AVT KAI Λ AVΡH OVHΡOC CEBA, Lucius Verus bust left / KΛAV ΔEΡB KOI ΛYKAONIAC, Herakles standing, holding club, lion's skin and apple. von Aulock, Lycaoniens, 79-80.TextImage
See alsoDr. Carl Rasmussens Page: Derbe