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Ancient Coinage of Lycia, Phaselis


Phaselis, in the Bey Mountains Olympus National Park, 16 km west of Kemer. Visitors can see aquaducts, agoras, baths, theatres, a necropolis, an acropolis and a museum in the city.
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A quick list of magistrates and references for the Apollo/Athena on prow types here.
CITY AND SEMI-AUTONOMOUS COINAGE
BMC 5Phaselis, Lycia, 3rd C. BC. AE18 mm, 5.27 gr. Prow right / FASH above ship's stern left.TextImage
BMC 10vPhaselis, Lycia. ca 250-210 BC. AE 11mm. Prow of a galley right / FAS, stern of a galley right, eagle flying left above left. Heipp-Tamer Phaselis B10 var. Unpublished with stern right. TextImage
BMC 16Phaselis, Lycia. AR drachm. 2nd c BC. 2.99 g. Laureate head of Apollo right / FASHLI above lyre, crown of Isis to left, torch to right, all within incuse square. Troxell LL 47; Hunter 7-8; SNG Lockett 3015 and 2482; Waddington 3157; SNG von Aulock 4437; BMC 16; SNG Cop 125; Hamburg 203.TextImage
BMC 17Phaselis, Lycia, AR drachm, 2.68 g. 2 C. BC. Laureate head of Apollo right / FASHLI, lyre, thunderbolt at lower left, torch at lower right, all within incuse square. Troxell 53; SNG Fitz. 5046; Leake 4; Pembroke Coll. 919; BMC 17; Waddington 3156.TextImage
BMC 21Phaselis, Lycia, AE19, Ca. 190-167 BC. 4.10 g. Prow of galley right; above, Nike flying right, holding wreath / F-E across fields, Athena Promachos advancing right, brandishing spear and holding shield. BMC 21; Walcher 2543.TextImage
CNG 99, 275Phaselis, Lycia. AR 22mm stater, 4th century BC. 10.39 g. Prow of galley right, fighting platform decorated with wreath; grape bunch on vine in right field / ΦAΣ above stern of galley left. Heipp-Tamer Series 6, unlisted var. CNG 99, Lot 275.TextImage
G&M 203, 238Phaselis, Lycia, AR stater, 10.91 g). 167-130 BC. Magistrate Lysistratos. Laureate head of Apollo right / F behind Athena standing right on prow right, holding aegis and thunderbolt. LUSISTRATOS in exergue. Heipp-Tamer -; Mionnet -; Isegrim - etc. Unpublished magistrate. Gorny & Mosch 203, lot 238.TextImage
Heipp-Tamer 16Phaselis, Lycia. AR stater. 530-480 BC. 10.81 g. Prow of galley right with forepart of boar, three shields on deck / Double incuse punch each divided into three sections by raised lines. Heipp-Tamer 16; Pozzi 2777; Coin Hoards I, 1644; Hunter 1; Niggeler I 424; Jameson 2598.TextImage
Heipp-Tamer 37Phaselis, Lycia. AR stater. 530-480 BC. 10.96 g. Prow of galley with forepart of boar left, three shields on deck / Double incuse punch divided into five sections by two raised straight lines and an angled line. Heipp-Tamer 37-40; Babelon Traité II-1, 846.TextImage
Heipp-Tamer 80Phaselis, Lycia. AR obol. 5th-4th c. BC. 0.96 g. Astragalos between two stars / F-A, Owl standing facing, wings spread. C. Heipp-Tamer, 80.TextImage
Heipp-Tamer 134Phaselis, Lycia. AR stater. 3rd-2nd c BC. 10.11 g. Prow right, figure running right on deck, arms outstretched / EUSQENHS FASH, Stern of ship. Heipp-Tamer 134-136; SNG von Aulock 4425-4426; Stockholm 27417.TextImage
Heipp-Tamer 332Phaselis, Lycia. AR stater. 167-130 BC. 26mm, 11.33 g. Magistrate Ekatodoros. Laureate head of Apollo right / F behind Athena standing right on prow right, holding aegis and thunderbolt. EKATODWROS in exergue. Heipp-Tamer 332 (this coin).TextImage
Heipp-Tamer 348Phaselis, Lycia. AR stater. 167-130 BC. 11.17 g. Magistrate Apollonios. Laureate head of Apollo right / FA behind Athena standing right on prow right, holding aegis and thunderbolt. APOLLWNIOS in exergue. Heipp-Tamer, 348 (this coin); SNG von Aulock 4430.TextImage
Heipp-Tamer 359Phaselis, Lycia AR Stater. ca 167-130 BC. Antigenes, magistrate. Laureate head of Apollo right / F, Athena Promachos standing right on prow of galley, brandishing thunderbolt and aegis; ANTIGENHS (magistrate) in exergue. Heipp-Tamer Phaselis 359 var (no serpent before Athena). TextImage
Heipp-Tamer B56Phaselis, Lycia. AE unit. 81-27 BC. 4.00 g. Prow of galley, Nike flying right above / F-A, Athena Promachos advancing right, brandishing spear and holding shield. Heipp-Tamer B56; Walcher 2543; SNG Davis 324.TextImage
Kagan 27Lycia, Phaselis AR Stater. Circa 530 BC. Prow of galley right, resembling the forepart of a boar; shields visible along gunwhale / Irregular incuse punch. TextImage
SNG Davis 324Phaselis, Lycia. AE19. Prow right, crowned by Nike flying right above / F-A, Athena advancing right, brandishing thunderbolt, aegis on outstretched arm. SNG Davis 324; Walcher coll. 2540.TextImage
SNGvA 4389cfLYCIA, Phaselis. c550-480 BC. AR Third Stater. Prow of galley right, ending in boar’s head / Irregular incuse square. TextImage
SNGvA 4393Lycia, Phaselis. c500-466 BC. AR Stater. Prow of a galley left in the form of a boar's head / FAS, stern of galley right in incuse square. TextImage
Sear #5343Lycia, Phaselis AE18. Prow right, crowned by Nike flying above / F-A, Athena advancing right, brandishing thunderbolt, aegis on outstretched arm. TextImage
Sear #5344Lycia, Phaselis AE18. Prow right, crowned by Nike flying above / F-B, Athena advancing right, brandishing thunderbolt, aegis on outstretched arm. TextObvRev
GORDIAN III
BMC 22Gordian III, AE33 of Phaselis, Lycia. AD 238-244. 19.48 g. AV K MAR GORDIANOC CE, laureate, draped, cuirassed bust right / FACHLETwN, cult image of Aphrodite facing, veil supported by two Erotes; altar and small naked figure at feet. Von Aulock, Gordian 267; BMC 22; Imhoof Nomisma VIII, 57.TextImage
BMC 23Gordian III, AE32 of Phaselis, Lycia. AD 238-244. 18.29 g. AY K MAR ANT GORDIANOC CE, laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust right / FACHLEITwN, Galley left with four oarsmen and steerman, standard on the leftmost end of the deck. BMC 23; SNG von Aulock 4442-4443; Aulock, Gordian 268-276; Waddington 3166; SNG Cop 128.TextImage
SNG vA 8495Gordian III, AE32 of Phaselis, Lycia. AD 238-244. 17.49 g. AY K MAR ANT GORDIANOC CE, laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust right / FACHLEITWN, Athena standing front, looking right, holding spear and shield. von Aulock, Gordian 262-264; SNG von Aulock 8495.TextImage
TRANQUILLINA
CNG 69-1031Tranquillina AE 30mm of Phaselis, Lycia. CA(BINA) TRANKULLEINAN CE, diademed & draped bust right, set on crescent / FACH-LEITWN, Athena standing left, dropping pebble into urn & holding palm; shield propped against leg. Unpublished. TextImage
See also: Perseus Project database, coins of Phaselis
Entry for Lycia, Phaselis on the Digital Historia Numorum
Search for Phaselis in the British SNG Volumes' Database at the Fitzwilliam Museum

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