Ancient Coinage of Lydia, Tripolis


Tripolis ad Maeandrum) (through the ages known as Neapolis, Apollonia and Antoninopolis) was on the northern bank of the Maeander between Sardes and Laodicea ad Lycum. Its Roman and Byzantine ruins still exist near Yenicekent, Turkey.

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SEMI-AUTONOMOUS AND CIVIC COINAGE
Aulock 3310 varTripolis, Lydia, AE24, Imperial times. Turreted and draped bust of Tyche right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Dionysos standing left holding kantharus and thyrsus; no panther. Aulock 3310 var (no panther). Not in BMC, SNG Cop, Lindgren, Rigetti etc.TextImage
BMC 4Tripolis as Apollonia, Lydia, AE18, semi-autonomous. 1st c. BC. Laureate head of Zeus right / APOLLWNIATWN, horseman right, wearing chlamys, holding bipennis over shoulder, riding right over a maeander pattern. BMC (Lydia) 4-5; SNG Cop 712; Imhoof LS 1; Imhoof GM 425; Mionnet III (Caria),164; Paris 1758A.TextImage
BMC 6Tripolis, Lydia, AE15. semi-autonomous. AD 14-37. Magistrate Menandros. TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, laureate head of Apollo right, with lyre / MENANDROS FILO KAISAR TO D, four lines within wreath, Maeander pattern below. BMC 6; RPC 3057; Weber 6954: SNG Cop 714.TextImage
BMC 8Tripolis, Lydia, AE24. semi-autonomous. AD 138-192. ΘEA ΡΩMH, Head of Roma right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Dionysos standing left, holding cup and thyrsos. BMC 8; SNG v.A. 3303; SNG Cop 715; Hunter 4; Waddington 2666. etc.TextImage
BMC 9Tripolis, Lydia, AE26, semi-autonomous. AD 138-192. TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, head of Artemis left, quiver over shoulder / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Apollo, naked, standing left, holding laurel branch and bow. BMC 8; Walcher 2443; Mionnet III (Caria), 499; Paris 1792.TextImage
BMC 10Tripolis, Lydia, AE22. Imperial times. Bust of Athena or Roma left, in crested helmet and aegis / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Zeus Lydios standing left, holding eagle and sceptre. BMC 10.TextImage
BMC 12Lydia, Tripolis. 2nd century AD. AE 30mm. Draped bust of the Roman Senate left / Artemis standing right, drawing arrow from quiver & holding bow, & Apollo standing left, holding laurel branch. SNG Copenhagen 734 var. TextImage
BMC 12Tripolis, Lydia, AE30, semi-autonomous issue. AD 138-192. IERA CYNKLHTOC, bare-headed, draped bust of the Senate left / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Artemis standing right, holding bow, reaching for an arrow from a quiver at her shoulder, facing Apollo, laureate, naked but for chlamys, standing left, holding laurel branch. BMC 12-13; SNG von Aulock 3301; SNG Fitzwilliam 4910; SNG Lewis 1550 (this coin).TextImage
BMC 14Tripolis, Lydia, AE30, semi-autonomous. 138-192. IEΡA CYNKΛHTOC, bare-headed, draped bust of the Senate left / LHTW TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Leto seated left, holding transverse sceptre. BMC 14; Mionnet III (Caria), 510; Imhoof, Klagenfurt coll., 105.TextImage
BMC 15Tripolis, Lydia, AE26. Imperial times. IEΡA CYNKΛHTOC, head of youthful senate right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Demeter standing left, holding corn-ears, poppies and torch. BMC 15: Aulock 3302; SNG Copenhagen 721.TextImage
BMC 16Tripolis, Lydia, AE26, Imperial times. ΔHMOC TRIPOLEITEN, unbearded, bare head of Demos right / MAIANDROC, river-god Meander reclining left, himation over lower limbs, holding reed and cornucopiae, resting left arm on overturned urn. BMC 16; Kurth "Demos", 690; SNG Copenhagen 718 var (bust type).TextImage
BMC 18Tripolis, Lydia, AE17, semi-autonomous. 200-268. Bearded head of Asklepios right, serpent-entwined staff before head / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Nemesis, winged, standing left, holding bridle in lowered left hand and drawing out the neck of her robe with her right hand. BMC 18; SNG Cop 726; SNG Righetti 1112; Mionnet Suppl. VI, 565; Waddington 2664; Paris 1761.TextImage
BMC 19Tripolis, Lydia, AE19, semi-autonomous issue. AD 193-268. Helmeted, draped bust of Athena right, aegis on chest, spear before shoulder / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Tyche standing left, kalathos on head, holding rudder in right hand and cornucopiae in left. Duesseldorf 4250; BMC 19.TextImage
BMC 20Tripolis, Lydia, AE17, semi-autonomous. AD 193-268. Helmeted head of Athena right, aegis on chest / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Nemesis, winged, standing left, holding bridle in lowered left hand and drawing out the neck of her robe with right. BMC 20-21; Waddington 2661; Paris 1784.TextImage
BMC 22Tripolis, Lydia, AE20, semi-autonomous. AD 117-192. Helmeted head of Athena right, with aegis / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Hermes, naked but for chlamys over shoulders, standing left, holding purse and caduceus. BMC 22; Mionnet Suppl. VI (Caria), 558; SNG Cop 723; Waddington 2662; Paris 1789D etc.TextImage
BMC 23Lydia, Tripolis, civic coinage AE15. Time of the Antonines. Bust of Athena in crested helmet right, holding aegis / TPIPOLEITWN, Telesphorus standing facing, in hooded cloak, arms crossed in front. TextImage
BMC 25Tripolis, Lydia, AE 25, semi-autonomous. AD 193-268. ΘEA ΡΩMH, helmeted bust of Roma right, aegis on chest / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, river-god Maeander reclining left, holding reed and cornucopiae, resting left arm on an overturned urn, from which waters flow. BMC 25; SNG Tuebingen 3880.TextImage
BMC 27Tripolis, Lydia. AE28. 193-268 AD. ΔHMOC, unbearded, bare-headed, draped bust of Demos right / TΡIΠOΛE-ITΩN in two lines above, MAIANΔ-ΡOC in two lines in exergue, River-god Maeander reclining left, holding reed and cornucopiae; behind an inverted vase from which water flows. BMC 27; Weber 6963 (this coin).TextImage
BMC 31Tripolis, Lydia, AE25, semi-autonomous issue, AD 161-268. ΔHMOC, bare-headed, draped bust of Demos right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Tyche standing left, kalathos on head, holding rudder in right hand and cornucopiae in left. BMC 31; SNG Fitzwilliam 4909; SNG Munich 807; Mionnet III (Caria), 505.TextImage
BMC 32Tripolis, Lydia, AE22, Pseudo-autonomous issue. Antonine times, 138-268 AD. ΔHMOC, unbearded, bare-headed, draped bust of Demos right / TRI-POL-E-ITWN, Tyche, standing left, kalathos on head, holding rudder and cornucopiae. BMC 32; Lindgren & Kovacs 848 (this coin).TextImage
BMC 33Lydia, Tripolis, 3rd century AD, 17mm, 2.24g. Bearded and draped bust of Serapis right, wearing modius / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Isis facing, head left, wearing kalathos, crescent behind shoulders, holding sistrum and situla. BMC 33; SNG von Aulock 3312; SNG München 798.TextImage
BMC 35Tripolis, Lydia, AE30, semi-autonomous. AD 193-268. IEΡA CYNKΛHTOC, bare-headed, draped bust of the Senate left / TRIPOLEITWN MAIANDROC, river-god Maeander reclining left, holding reed and cornucopiae, resting left arm on an overturned urn. BMC 35; SNG von Aulock 3305 and 8292; SNG Righetti 1113; Falter 529.TextImage
BMC 36Tripolis, Lydia, AE27. 3-12 gr. Imperial times. IERA BOVLH, veiled bust of Boule right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Temple with four columns; within: a statue of Leto running left, carrying her twins, one on each arms. BMC 36. BMC_36TextImage
BMC 37Tripolis, Lydia, AE23, semi-autonomous. AD 193-268. Bearded head of Herakles right, club over shoulder / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Artemis walking right, holding bow and reaching for an arrow from quiver at her shoulder, hound at foot. BMC 37; Imhoof LS 15; Leypold I, 1332.TextImage
BMC 38Tripolis, Lydia, AE18, semi-autonomous. 193-268. Bearded head of Herakles left / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Nike walking right, holding wreath and palm branch. BMC 38; SNG von Aulock 3313; Weber 6961; Hunter 3.TextImage
BMC 39Tripolis, Lydia, semi-autonomous. AD 193-268. IERA BOYLH, laureate, veiled and draped bust of Boule right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Demeter seated left, veiled, holding corn-ears, poppy and torch. BMC 39; Lindgren I 850; Paris 1775.TextImage
BMC 43Tripolis, Lydia, AE22, semi-autonomous. AD 193-268. Turreted, draped bust of Tyche right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Artemis running right, holding bow and reaching for an arrow from quiver at her shoulder. BMC 43; SNG von Aulock 3309 and 8294; Hunter 5; SNG Munich 797.TextImage
BMC 44Tripolis, AE23 semi-autonomous issue of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 193-268. Turreted and draped bust of Tyche right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Artemis standing right, holding bow and reaching for an arrow from quiver at her shoulder. BMC 44.TextImage
BMC 45Tripolis, Lydia, AE22, semi-autonomous. AD 193-268. Turreted and draped bust of Tyche right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Artemis running right, holding bow and reaching for an arrow from quiver at her shoulder, hound at foot. BMC 45; Mionnet III (Caria), 500; Paris 1766.TextImage
BMC 47Tripolis, Lydia, AE32, semi-autonomous. AD 200-276. IEΡA CYNKΛHTOC, bare-headed, draped bust of the Senate right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Leto hurrying left, looking back, holding the infants Artemis and Apollo in her arms, behind her is a table inscribed PYQIA on which is a prize crown inscribed LHTWEIA, containing two palm branches, with a purse on each side; amphora beneath the table. BMC 47; SNG Cop 735; Imhoof LS 11-12; Mionnet III (Caria), 512; SNG von Aulock 8293 etc.TextImage
BMC 48Tripolis, Lydia, AE34, Imperial times. IEΡA CYNKΛHTOC, draped bust of youthful senate right / Agonistic table, inscribed PYQIA, on which a prize urn, inscribed LHTWEIA, and containing two palms; on either side of the urn, a purse, and beneath table, an amphora. BMC 48.TextImage
BMC 49Tripolis, Lydia, semi-autonomous issue. AD 193-268. ΔHMOC, bare-headed, draped bust of Demos right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN around ΛH-TΩEIA-ΠYΘI-A in four lines within laurel wreath. BMC 49; Mionnet III (Caria), 507.TextImage
CNG 247, 221Tripolis, Lydia, AE24, semi-autonomous. 161-268. ΔHMOC, bare-headed, draped bust of Demos right / TRIPOLITWN, Demeter, veiled, standing left, holding corn-ears, poppy and torch. Unpublished bust type for this reverse. Rutten FAC image 20040; CNG 247, 221.TextImage
HJB 170, 556Tripolis, Lydia, semi-autonomous issue, AE24, AD 138-268. 7.04 gr. IEΡA CYNKΛHTOC, bare-headed, draped bust of the Senate left / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Tyche standing left, kalathos on head, holding rudder and cornucopiae. Unpublished, Harlan-Berk Sale 170, lot 556.TextImage
Imhoof KM 1Tripolis as Apollonia, Lydia, AE13, Autonomous issue. 1st c. BC. 1.69 gr. Laureate head of Apollo right / AΠOΛΛΩNIATΩN, bee on a maeander pattern. Imhoof GRM 1; Imhoof KM 1; Waddington 3618 (under Pisidia in error).TextImage
Imhoof KM 2Tripolis, Lydia, semi-autonomous issue. AD 200-268. ΔHMOC, bare head of Demos right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Leto sitting right on rock, suckling the infants Apollo and Artemis. Imhoof KM 2; Waddington 2670; SNG von Aulock 3308.TextImage
Imhoof LS 5Tripolis, Lydia, AE18, Imperial times. TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Head of Hermes right, (caduceus before) / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Nemesis, winged, standing left, holding bridle in lowered left hand and drawing out the neck of her robe with her right hand. Imhoof LS 5. TextImage
Lindgren I 849Tripolis, Lydia. AE26. Pseudo-autonomous issue. Time of Marcus Aurelius, 161-180 AD. ΔHMOC, unbearded, bare head of Demos right / (from centre right) ZEYC CARAP-I-C, TWN (in ex.), Serapis seated left, wearing modius, himation over lower limbs, right hand outstretched over Cerberus at feet, left hand resting on vertical sceptre. Lindgren I 849 (this coin).TextImage
Lindgren I 851Tripolis, Lydia, AE19 semi-autonomous, struck under Trajan, AD 98-117. 4.35 g. TRIPOL, draped bust of Hermes right; caduceus to right / AV KAI TRAIANOC, Ares, helmeted, naked, walking right, holding spear and trophy. Lindgren I 851; Mionnet Suppl. VI (under Caria in error), 579.TextImage
Mionnet III, 509Tripolis, Lydia, AE35, semi-autonomous. 193-268. IEΡA CYNKΛHTOC, bare-headed, draped bust of the Senate left / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Zeus, naked but for chlamys draped over both shoulders, standing front, looking right, holding thunderbolt in lowered right hand and and sceptre in left. Mionnet III (Caria), 509.TextImage
Mionnet III, 513Tripolis, Lydia, AE26, semi-autonomous. AD 193-268. Autonomous. 193-268. IEΡA CYNKΛHTOC, bare-headed, draped bust of the Senate right / TRIPOLEITWN MAIANDROC, river-god Maeander reclining left, holding reed and cornucopiae, resting left arm on an overturned urn. Mionnet III (Caria), 513.TextImage
Mionnet III, 514Tripolis, Lydia, AE 31, semi-autonomous. AD 193-268. CYNKLHTOC, bare-headed, draped bust of the Senate right / TRIPOLEITWN MAIANDROC, river-god Maeander reclining left, holding reed and cornucopiae, resting left arm on an overturned urn, from which waters flow. Mionnet III (Caria), 514; Paris 1776; McClean 8731.TextImage
Mionnet III, 516Tripolis, Lydia, AE21, semi-autonomous. AD 193-268. BOYΛH, turreted, draped bust of Boule right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Dionysos standing left, naked but for chlamys, holding kantharos and thyrsos. Mionnet III (Caria), 516; Paris 1772; Klose 34 in IM 1984; SNG Cop 732.TextImage
Mionnet Supp. VI, 562Tripolis, Lydia, AE17, semi-autonomous. AD 193-268. Radiate, draped bust of Helios right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Nike walking right, holding wreath and palm branch. Mionnet Suppl. VI (Caria), 562; Paris 1791.TextImage
Paris 1778Tripolis, Lydia, AE27, semi-autonomous. AD 193-268. IEΡA CYNKΛHTOC, bare-headed, draped bust of the female Senate right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN MAIANΔΡOC, river-god Maeander reclining left, holding reed and cornucopiae, resting left arm on an overturned urn, from which waters flow. Paris 1778. (see also Mionnet III, 513 for male Senate).TextImage
Paris 1799Tripolis, Lydia, AE17, semi-autonomous. AD 193-268. CYNKΛHTOC, bare head of the Senate right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Herakles, naked, seated right, holding the infant Telephos on his knees; club at his side. Paris 1799, otherwise unpublished.TextImage
Paris 1966-453Tripolis, Lydia, AE25, semi-autonomous issue, AD 161-268. ΔHMOC, bare-headed, draped bust of Demos right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Demeter, veiled, standing left, holding corn-ears, poppy and torch. Paris 1966.453, otherwise unpublished with this bust type.TextImage
RPC I 3057Tripolis, Lydia, semi-autonomous. 14-37. Magistrate Menandros. TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, laureate head of Apollo right, holding lyre in right hand / MENAN-ΔΡOC ΦIΛO-KAICAΡ TO-Δ in four lines within Maeander pattern. RPC I 3057; BMC 6-7; SNG Cop 714; Paris 1793; SNG Munich 787 etc.TextImage
RPC IX 799Tripolis, Lydia, AE19 semi-autonomous issue. AD 249-268. 4.66 g. IEΡA BOYΛH, laureate, veiled and draped bust of Boule right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Artemis standing right, holding bow and reaching for an arrow from quiver at her shoulder. RPC IX 799 (Imhoof coll. in Berlin).TextImage
SNG Cop 720Tripolis, Lydia, AE26, semi-autonomous. AD 193-268. ΔHMOC, laureate head of Demos right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN MAIANΔΡOC, river-god Maeander reclining left, holding reed and cornucopiae, resting left arm on an overturned urn, from which waters flow. SNG Cop 720; Waddington 2667; Paris 1765.TextImage
SNG Cop 721Tripolis, Lydia, semi-autonomous. AD 100-200. IEΡA CYNKΛHTOC, bare-headed, draped bust of the Senate right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Demeter, veiled, standing left, holding corn-ears, poppy and torch. SNG von Aulock 3302; Klose 26-27; SNG Lewis 1554; SNG Munich 800-801.TextImage
SNG Cop 724Tripolis, Lydia, AE19, semi-autonomous, AD 193-268. Helmeted, draped bust of Athena right, aegis on chest / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Tyche standing left, kalathos on head, holding rudder in right hand and cornucopiae in left. SNG Cop 724; SNG von Aulock 3314; Mionnet III (Caria), 501; Paris 1789A etc.TextImage
SNG Cop 731Tripolis, Lydia, semi-autonomous. AD 193-268. IEΡA BOYΛH, veiled and draped bust of Boule right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Dionysos standing left, naked but for chlamys, holding kantharos and thyrsos. SNG Cop 731; Righetti Coll. 10760.TextImage
SNG Cop 732Tripolis, Lydia, AE24, AD 193-268. BOYΛH, turreted and draped bust of Boule right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Dionysos standing left, holding kantharus and thyrsus. SNG Cop 732; Klose 34 in IM 1984; Mionnet III (Caria), 516; Paris 1772.TextImage
SNG Fitz. 4909Tripolis, Lydia, AE25, Antonine times, 138-268 AD. ΔHMOC, unbearded, bare-headed, draped bust of Demos right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Tyche standing left, polos on head, holding rudder and cornucopiae. SNG Fitz. 4909; Mionnet III (Caria), 505.TextImage
SNG Lewis 1552Tripolis, Lydia, AE25, semi-autonomous issue. AD 100-200. ΔHMOC TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, bare head of Demos right / ZEYC CAΡAΠIC, Zeus-Serapis, polos on head, seated left on stool, holding sceptre, Kerberos at foot left. SNG von Aulock 3304; SNG Lewis 1552.TextImage
SNG Lewis 1553Tripolis, Lydia, AE24, semi-autonomous. AD 138-192. TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, draped bust of Artemis left on crescent, quiver behind shoulder / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Apollo, naked, standing facing, looking left, holding bow and laurel branch. SNG Lewis 1553.TextImage
SNG Lewis 1554Tripolis, Lydia, AE26, semi-autonomous issue. AD 100-200. IEΡA CYNKΛHTOC, bare-headed, draped bust of the Senate right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Demeter, veiled, standing left, holding corn-ears, poppy and torch. SNG von Aulock 3302; Klose 26-Klose 27 (in IM 1984); SNG Lewis 1554.TextImage
SNG Lewis 1555Tripolis, Lydia, AE24, semi-autonomous issue. AD 161-268. ΔHMOC, bare head of Demos right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Demeter, veiled, standing left, holding corn-ears, poppy and torch. BMC 30; SNG Lewis 1555.TextImage
SNG Lewis 1556Tripolis, Lydia, AE19, semi-autonomous issue. AD 193-268. Draped bust of Serapis right, polos on head / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Isis standing front, looking left, crescent behind shoulders, holding sistrum and situla. SNG von Aulock 3311-3312; SNG Lewis 1556.TextImage
SNG Leypold 1335Lydia, Tripolis, AE23, 6.0g. IEΡA BOYΛH; youthful, veiled head of Boule right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Hygieia standing right, holding serpent in arms, facing her father Asklepios standing facing, head left, leaning on serpent-entwined staff. SNG Leypold 1335; Walcher Coll. 2447.TextImage
SNG Munich 803Tripolis, Lydia, 11.32 gr. semi-autonomous issue, 2-3 c. AD. IEΡA BOYΛH, veiled bust of Boule right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, tetrastyle temple with figure of Leto running left within, carrying her twins, one on each arm. SNG München 803.TextImage
SNG vA 3311Tripolis, Lydia, AE19. 193-268 AD. Draped bust of Serapis right, wearing kalathos / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Isis standing left holding sistrum and situla. SNG von Aulock 3311; SLG Weber 6959; BMC 33; SNG Cop 728.TextImage
Waddington 2659Tripolis, Lydia, AE17, semi-autonomous. AD 117-192. Head of Serapis right, polos on head / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Hermes, naked but for chlamys over shoulders, standing left, holding purse and caduceus. Waddington 2659; Paris 1763.TextImage
Waddington 2663Tripolis, Lydia, AE 22, semi-autonomous. AD 193-268. Helmeted bust of Athena right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN around ΛH-TΩEIA-ΠYΘI-A in four lines within laurel wreath. Waddington 2663; Paris 1787.TextImage
Waddington 2665Tripolis, Lydia, AE22, semi-autonomous. AD 193-268. Bearded head of Herakles right, club behind shoulder / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Dionysos standing left, naked but for chlamys over both shoulders, holding kantharos and thyrsos. Waddington 2665; Paris 1794.TextImage
Waddington 2672Tripolis, Lydia, AE23, semi-autonomous. AD 193-268. BOYΛH, laureate, veiled and draped bust of Boule right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Hygieia standing right, feeding serpent in arms, facing Asklepios standing facing, looking left, resting on serpent-entwined staff. Waddington 2672; Paris 1801.TextImage
Waddington 2673Tripolis, Lydia, AE31, semi-autonomous. AD 138-192. IEΡA CYNKΛHTOC, bare-headed, draped bust of the Senate right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Artemis standing right, holding bow, reaching for an arrow from a quiver at her shoulder, facing Apollo, laureate, naked but for chlamys, standing left, holding laurel branch. Waddington 2673-2674; Paris E438; SNG Cop 734; Mionnet Suppl. VI (Caria), 571.TextImage
AUGUSTUS
RPC 3047Augustus, AE20 of Tripolis, Lydia, 27 BC-AD 14. Magistrate Apollonios Androneikos. ΣEBAΣTOΣ, bare head right, maeander pattern in left field / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN AΠOΛΛΩNIOY ANΔΡONEIKOY, eagle standing right, head left, wings spread. RPC I 3047; Paris 1807; Waddington 2677; Weber 6965; Righetti Coll. Sale IV, 907.TextImage
RPC 3049Augustus, AE20 of Tripolis, Lydia. 27 BC–AD 14). 3.9 g. Magistrate Tryphon Philopatridos. ΣEBAΣTOΣ, bare head right, maeander pattern in left field / TΡYΦΩN ΦIΛOΠATΡIΔOΣ TΡIΠOΛEITΩN downwards to left and right of eagle standing right on club, head left, wings spread. RPC I 3049; Imhoof LS 3;Paris 1806; Waddington 2676; SNG Cop 740; Vienna 36134; Lindgren I 852.TextImage
RPC 3051AE20 of Tripolis, Lydia, attributed to Augustus. Magistrates Tryphon and Hieratikos. ΣEBAΣTOΣ, bare head right, maeander pattern behind head / TRUFWN IERATIKOS TRIPOLEI-TWN to left and right of Zeus, standing left, holding eagle. RPC 3051; BMC 52.TextImage
CAIUS AND LUCIUS
RPC 3050Caius Caesar, AE18 of Tripolis, Lydia. 17 BC-AD 4. Magistrate Tryphon Philopatridos. GAIOS KAISAR, bare head right / TRIPOLEITWN TRYFWN FILOPATRIDOS, horseman right, wearing chlamys, holding bipennis over shoulder, riding right over a maeander pattern. RPC I 3050; Imhoof GRM 3; Paris 1811; Mionnet Suppl. VI (Caria), 577.TextImage
LIVIA
RPC 3053Livia AE 16mm of Tripolis, Lydia. Struck 14-29 AD. Head of Livia left; SEBASTH behind / Club of Herakles; IERATIKOS (magistrate). SNG Cop 741; Mionnet III, 519.TextImage
TIBERIUS
RPC 3052Tiberius, AE20 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 14-37. Magistrate Hieratikos. SEBASTOS, bare head right / TRIPOLEITWN IERATIKOS, horseman right, wearing chlamys, holding bipennis over shoulder, riding right over a maeander pattern. RPC I 3052; BMC 50-51; SNG von Aulock 3316; SNG Cop 739 etc.TextImage
RPC 3054Tiberius and Livia, AE18 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 14-37. Magistrate Menandros Metrodoros. ..SEBASTON KAISARA.., jugate heads left of Tiberius, laureate and Livia, draped / MENANDROS MHTRODWROY FILOKAISAR TO D, radiate, draped bust of Helios right. RPC I 3054; SNG Cop 744; Imhoof KM 4.TextImage
RPC 3055Tiberius, AE21 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 14-37. Magistrate Menandros Metrodoros. TIBERION KAISARA TRIPOLEITAI, laureate head right / MENANDROS MHTRODWROY FILOKAISAR TO D, radiate, draped bust of Helios right. RPC I 3055; Imhoof KM 3.TextImage
RPC 3056Tiberius, AE20 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 14-37. Magistrate Menandros Metrodoros. TIBERION KAISARA TRIPOLEITAI, laureate head right / MENANDROS FILOKAISAR TO D, radiate, draped bust of Helios right. RPC I 3056; SNG von Aulock 3317; SNG Cop 743; Waddington 2681 etc.TextImage
TRAJAN
BMC 53Trajan, AE26 of Tripolis, Lydia, AD 98-117. TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, radiate, draped bust of Helios right / AY KAI TRAIANOC DAKIKOC, emperor standing left, holding spear and crowning a trophy to left with a wreath. BMC 53; Waddington 2682; Paris 1819.TextImage
BMC 54Tripolis, Lydia, AE24, time of Trajan. QEAN RWMHN TRIPOLEITAI, draped bust of Roma right, hair rolled / AU KAI TRAIANOC, Emperor, in cuirass, standing left, holding spear and crowning a trophy of arms before him. BMC 54.TextImage
BMC 55Trajan AE20 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 98-117. TRIPOL, helmeted head of Athena right, with aegis / AY KAI TRAIANOC, emperor standing left, holding spear and crowning a trophy to left with a wreath. BMC 55; Weber 6967; SNG Munich 811.TextImage
BMC 58Trajan AE28 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 98-117. Magistrate Theodoros II. QEODWROC B EXARA TRIPOL, bust of Artemis left, bow before head, quiver over shoulder / AY KAI TRAIANOC CE DAKIKOC, Ares, helmeted, walking left, naked, holding spear and trophy. BMC 58.TextImage
BMC 60Trajan, AE25 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 98-117. DHMOC TRIPOLEITWN, bare head of Demos right / AYTO KAICAR TRAIANOC, emperor standing left, holding wreath-bearing Nike and sceptre. BMC 60; Imhoof LS 7; Waddington 2684; Paris 1821.TextImage
Mionnet III, 523Trajan, AE29 of Tripolis, Lydia, AD 98-117. Magistrate Theodoros II. QEODWROC B EXAR TRIPOL, laureate, draped bust of the Senate right / AY KAI TRAIANOC CE DAKIKOC, Ares, helmeted, naked, standing left, holding spear and trophy. Mionnet III (Caria), 523; Paris 1813.TextImage
Mionnet III, 524Trajan, AE29 of Tripolis, Lydia, AD 98-117. Magistrate Theodoros II. QEODWROC B EXARA TRIPOL, turreted head of Tyche right / AYT KAI TRAIANOC CE DAKIKOC, Ares, helmeted, naked, standing left, holding spear and trophy. Mionnet III (Caria), 524; Paris 1814.TextImage
ORC 72107Trajan AE31 of Tripolis, Lydia, (from top right) AYT KAI TRAIANO CE GER, Laureate head right / LHTW TRIPOLEITWN, Leto seated left on rock. Unpublished. cf Imhoof GM 4 (Marcus Aurelius).TextImage
Paris 2002-33Trajan, AE26 of Tripolis, Lydia, AD 98-117. Magistrate Theodoros II. QEODWROC B EXARA LHTO TRIPOL, veiled head of Leto right / AY KAI NER TRAIANOC CEB DAKIKOC, Emperor standing right before a trophy with bound captive sitting left at its base. Paris 2002.33; Burstein 749.TextImage
SNG Munich 812Trajan, AE26 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 98-117. IERA CYNKLHTOC TRIPOL, bare-headed, draped bust of the Senate left / AY KAI TRAIANOC DAKIKOC, emperor standing left, holding spear and crowning a trophy to left with a wreath. SNG Munich 812; Mionnet Suppl. VI (Caria), 580.TextImage
Weber (D) 3408Tripolis, Lydia, pseudo-autonomous issue, 98-117 AD. 2.85 g. TRIPOL, head of Dionysos right, wreathed with ivy / AU KAI TRAIANOC, Ares, helmeted, naked, standing left, holding spear and trophy. Weber Germany 3408; Aufhauser 2, 244.TextImage
ANTONINUS PIUS
RPC online 11145Antoninus Pius, AE30 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 138-161. AY KAICAΡ AΔΡIA ANTΩNEINOC, laureate head right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Uncertain male figure (Dionysos?), bearded, standing left, naked but for chlamys over shoulder, holding uncertain object and sceptre or thyrsos. RPC online 11145.TextImage
Vossen 138161Antoninus Pius AE32 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 138-161. 17.80 gr. AY.. NER ADRIA ANTWNEINOC, laureate head right / LHTO TRIPOLEITWN, Leto seated left, holding long transverse sceptre. Unpublished. Vossen 138161.TextImage
MARCUS AURELIUS
Imhoof GRM 4Marcus Aurelius AE36 of Tripolis, Lydia. 138-161. 19.35 gr. AY KAI ANTWNEINOC, laureate, cuirassed bust right / TRIPOLEITWN LHTW, Leto seated left, holding sceptre over right shoulder. Imhoof GRM 4 in RSN 13 & 14.TextImage
Imhoof LS 8Marcus Aurelius AE26 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 138-161. M AYRHLIOC OYHROC KAICAR, bare head right / TRIPOLEITWN MAIANDROC, river-god Maeander reclining left, holding reed and cornucopiae, resting left arm on an overturned urn. Imhoof LS 8; SNG Munich 813.TextImage
Righetti Coll. 5989Marcus Aurelius AE35 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 161-180. 21.62 gr. AY KAI ANTWNEINOC, laureate and cuirassed bust right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Leto, wearing long robe, hurrying left, looking back, holding the twins Artemis and Apollo on her arms. Righetti Collection 5989; Righetti Coll. Sale IV, 911.TextImage
Waddington 2685Marcus Aurelius, AE23 of Tripolis, Lydia, AD 138-161. AYRHLIOC KAICAR, bare head right / TRIPOLEITWN MAIANDROC, river-god Maeander reclining left, holding reed, resting left arm on an overturned urn, cornucopiae behind him. Waddington 2685; Leypold I, 1339; Paris 1822.TextImage
FAUSTINA II
BMC 63-66Faustina II AE29 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 146-180. FAYCTEINA CEBACTH, draped bust right / TRIPOLEITWN MAIANDROC, river-god Maeander reclining left, holding reed and cornucopiae, resting left arm on an overturned urn. BMC 63-66; SNG Cop 746; Imhoof FG 340; SNG von Aulock 3319-3320; SNG Lewis 1551.TextImage
COMMODUS
CNG 160, 206Commodus as Caesar AE34 of Tripolis, Lydia, AD 166-177. L AYT KAICA AYR KOMODO, bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Leto hurrying left, looking back, holding the infants Artemis and Apollo in her arms. Unpublished. CNG 160, 206.TextImage
CARACALLA
Mionnet Supp. VI, 581Caracalla, AE24 of Tripolis, Lydia, AD 198-217. AYT K M AYR ANTWNEI, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Tyche standing left, kalathos on head, holding rudder in right hand and cornucopiae in left. Mionnet Suppl. VI (Caria), 581; Paris 1804B.TextImage
Paris 1991-652Caracalla. AE33 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 198-217. 15.20 gr. AYT K M AY ANTWNEINOC, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, countermark: male head right / TRIPOLEITWN MAIANDROC, river-god Maeander reclining left, holding reed and cornucopiae, resting left arm on an overturned urn. Paris 1991.652.TextImage
Rauch 95, 232Caracalla, AE of Tripolis, Lydia. 198-217. 6.61 gr. AYT K M AYR ANTWNEINOC, laureate, draped, cuirassed bust right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Demeter seated left, holding corn-ears and torch, serpent at her side. Unpublished reverse for Caracalla. H.D. Rauch 95, 232.TextImage
JULIA DOMNA
CNG 226, 450Julia Domna, AE30 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 193-217. IOY DOMNA CEB, draped bust right / TRIPOLEITWN MAIANDROC, river-god Maeander reclining left, holding reed and cornucopiae, resting left arm on an overturned urn. CNG 226, 450.TextImage
de Luynes 2742Julia Domna, AE29 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 193-217. 15.01 gr. IOYLIA DOMNA CEBACT, draped bust right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Leto running left, looking right, carrying the infants Artemis and Apollo in her arms. de Luynes 2742.TextImage
GETA
SNG Cop 747Geta, AE25 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 198-209. L CEP GETAC KAI, bare-headed, draped bust right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Tyche standing left, kalathos on head, holding rudder in right hand and cornucopiae in left. SNG Cop 747; Mionnet Suppl. VI (Caria), 582.TextImage
SNG von Aulock 3321Geta, AE24 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 198-209. L CEP GETAC KAIC, bare-headed, draped bust right / TRIPOLEITWN MAIANDROC, river-god Maeander reclining left, holding reed and cornucopiae, resting left arm on an overturned urn. SNG von Aulock 3321; Paris 1826.TextImage
Waddington 2686Geta AE of Tripolis, Lydia. L CEP GETAC KAIC, bare-headed, draped bust right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Demeter standing left, holding grain-ears, poppy and torch. Waddington 2686.TextImage
SEVERUS ALEXANDER
BMC 67Severus Alexander. AE27 of Tripolis, Lydia, AD 222-235. A K M A ALEXANDR, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Demeter, veiled, standing left, holding corn-ears, poppy and torch. BMC 67; SNG von Aulock 8296; Waddington 2688; Paris 1827.TextImage
Leypold I, 1340Severus Alexander. AE27 of Tripolis, Lydia, AD 222-235. A K M A ALEXAND, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Demeter, veiled, standing left, holding corn-ears, poppy and torch. Leypold I, 1340.TextImage
Waddington 7053Severus Alexander, AE40 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 222-235. 23.44 gr. AY K M A ALEXANDROC, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Leto hurrying left, looking back, holding the infants Apollo and Artemis in her arms. Waddington 7053 (this coin).TextImage
JULIA MAMAEA
Mionnet III, 529Julia Mamaea, AE25 of Tripolis, Lydia, AD 222-235. IOULIA MAMAEA AUG, draped bust right, wearing stephane / TRIPOLITWN MAIANDROC, river-god Maeander reclining left, holding reed and cornucopiae, resting left arm on an overturned urn, from which waters flow. Mionnet III (Caria), 529; Paris M3115.TextImage
Waddington 2687Julia Mamaea AE22 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 222-235. IOY MAMEA C, draped bust right, wearing stephane / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Artemis standing right, holding bow and reaching for an arrow from a quiver at her shoulder. Mionnet Suppl. VI (Caria), 583; Waddington 2687; Paris 1828.TextImage
MAXIMINUS I
BMC 68Maximinus, AE37 of Tripolis, Lydia, AD 235-238. A KA IOY MAXIMEINOC C, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Leto hurrying left, looking back, holding the infants Artemis and Apollo in her arms. BMC 68; Mionnet III (Caria), 531; Paris 1830.TextImage
MAXIMUS
G&N 21, 421Maximus, AE33 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 235-238. K G IOYH MAZIMOC, bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust right / TRIPOLEITWN MAIANDROC, river-god Maeander reclining left, holding reed and cornucopiae, resting left arm on an overturned urn. Pecunem Gitbud & Naumann, 21, 421.TextImage
Mionnet Supp VI, 586Maximus, AE35 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 235-238. G IO OYH MAZIMOC K, bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Tyche standing left, kalathos on head, holding rudder in right hand and cornucopiae in left. Mionnet Suppl. VI (Caria), 585: Paris 1831.TextImage
GORDIAN III
Boersema 14018Gordian III, AE28 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 238-244. 8.87 g. AYT K M ANT ΓOΡΔIANOC, radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, river-god Maeander reclining left, holding reed and cornucopiae, resting left arm on an overturned urn, from which waters flow. Boersema 14018, unpublished. John Aiello collection.TextImage
SNG Righetti 1115Gordian III, AE27 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 238-244. AYT K M ANT GORDIANOC, radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Tyche standing left, kalathos on head, holding rudder in right hand and cornucopiae in left. SNG Righetti 1115; Leypold I, 1341; Mionnet III (Caria), 533.TextImage
SNG von Aulock 8297Gordian III, AE36 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 238-244. AYT K M ANT GORDIANOC, radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Kybele, turreted, seated left on throne, holding sceptre, resting left arm on a drum. SNG von Aulock 8297.TextImage
PHILIP I
Mionnet, Supp. VI, 587Philip I, AE27 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 244-249. 8.25 gr. AYT K M I ΦIΛIΠΠOC, radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Herakles, naked, seated right, holding the infant Telephos on his knees; club at his side. Mionnet Suppl. VI (Caria), 587; Paris 1836A.TextImage
NAC 88, 482Philip I, AE of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 244–249. Alliance issue with Laodikeia, Phrygia. 22.47 g. AVT K M IOUL FILIPPOC AUG, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / TRIPOLEI-TWN K LAODIK NEWK OMONOIA around and beneath Leto walking left, looking right, holding the infants Apollo and Artemis in her arms; Zeus standing left behind her, holding eagle on right hand and sceptre in left. Rev. legend var of SNG Fitzwilliam 4912. NAC 88. 482.TextImage
Waddington 2689Philip I, AE38 of Tripolis, Lydia, AD 244-249. AYT K M IOYL FILIPPOC AUG, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Kybele seated left on stool, holding sceptre, resting left arm on a drum, lion at her side. Waddington 2689; SNG von Aulock 8298; Paris 1832.TextImage
OTACILIA SEVERA
BMC 72Otacilia Severa AE33 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 244-249. M WTAK CEBHRA CEB, draped bust right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Tyche standing left, kalathos on head, holding rudder in right hand and cornucopiae in left. BMC 72; Mionnet III (Caria), 535; Waddington 2690; Paris 1835.TextImage
Lindgren I, 854Otacilia Severa AE 27 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 246-248. M WTAK CE CEBHRA CEB, draped bust right / TRIPOLEITWN MAIANDROC, river-god Maeandros reclining left, holding reed over shoulder and cornucopiae, resting left arm on an overturned urn, from which waters flow, fish swimming downwards behind the urn. Lindgren I 854; Mionnet III (Caria), 536; Helios, Falter 535.TextImage
SNG Cop 752Otacilia Severa AE32 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 244-249. M WTAK CEBHRA CEB, draped bust right, wearing stephane / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Leto hurrying left, looking back, holding the infants Artemis and Apollo in her arms. Mionnet Supp VI (Caria), 588; Paris 1833; SNG Cop 752.TextImage
PHILIP II
BMC 73Philip II, AE27 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 244-247. M IOYL ΦIΛIΠΠOC K, bare-headed, draped bust right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, river-god Maeander reclining left, holding reed and cornucopiae, resting left arm on an overturned urn. BMC 73-74; SNG von Aulock 3324; Mionnet III (Caria), 537.TextImage
BMC 75Philip II, AE26 of Tripolis, Lydia, AD 247-249. M IOYΛ ΦIΛIΠΠOC K, bare head right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Demeter, veiled, standing left, holding corn-ears, poppy and torch. BMC 75; Leypold I, 1343; Waddington 2691; Paris 1837.TextImage
Paris 1837APhilipp II AE 4.30 gr. of Tripolis, Lydia. 246-248 AD. M IOVΛ ΦIΛIΠΠOC KAIC CEB, bare-headed, draped bust right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Hermes standing left, holding purse and caduceus. Paris 1837A, otherwise unpublished.TextImage
TRAJAN DECIUS
McClean 8732Trajan Decius AE35 of Tripolis, Lydia, AD 249-251. A K Γ M K ΔEKIC TΡA CE, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Leto hurrying right, looking back, holding the infants Artemis and Apollo in her arms. McClean 8732.TextImage
HOSTILIAN
Imhoof KM 5Hostilian, AE25 of Tripolis, Lydia. 6.7 g. AD 250-251. Γ ME OY ΔEKIC KC, bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Tyche standing left, holding rudder and cornucopiae. Imhoof KM 5.TextImage
HERENNIA ETRUSCILLA
SNG Fitz. 4911Herennia Etruscilla AE29 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 249-251. EΡ ETΡOYCKIΛΛA C, draped bust right on crescent, wearing stephane / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Leto hurrying left, looking back, holding the infants Artemis and Apollo in her arms, Zeus standing left behind her, holding eagle on right hand and sceptre in left. SNG Fitzwilliam 4911; Mionnet III (Caria), 538; Paris L1038.TextImage
HERENNIUS ETRUSCUS
Mionnet III, 539Herennius Etruscus, AE27 of Tripolis, Lydia, AD 251. Γ ME ETΡOYCKOC K, bare-headed, draped bust right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN MAIANΔΡOC, river-god Maeander reclining left, holding reed and cornucopiae, resting left arm on an overturned urn, from which waters flow. Mionnet III (Caria), 539; Mionnet Suppl. VI (Caria), 589; Paris 1840.TextImage
VALERIAN I
Mionnet III, 540Valerian, AE40 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 253-260. AY KA ΠO ΛIKI OYAΛEΡIANOC, radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, tetrastyle temple with Leto hurrying left within, looking back, holding the infants Artemis and Apollo in her arms. Mionnet III (Caria), 540; Paris 676.TextImage
GALLIENUS
BMC 77Gallienus, AE of Tripolis, Lydia. 17.32 g. AV K Π ΛI ΓAΛΛIHNOC, radiate, draped, cuirassed bust right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, tetrastyle temple containing Leto, standing facing, head right, holding the twins Artemis and Apollo on her arms. BMC 77; SNG Cop. 753; SNG von Aulock 3327.TextImage
BMC 78 corr.Gallienus, AE34 of Tripolis, Lydia, AD 253-268. AY K ΠO ΛIKIN ΓAΛΛIHNOC, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / TRIPOLEITWN around LH-TWEIA-PYQI-A in four lines within laurel wreath. BMC 78. (obv. legend corr.); Hunter 6.TextImage
CNG 303, 222Gallienus, AE32 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 253-268. AY K Π ΛIK ΓAΛΛIHNOC, radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, tetrastyle temple with Leto hurrying left within, looking back, holding the infants Artemis and Apollo in her arms. Unlisted obv. legend. CNG 303, 222.TextImage
MFA 61,1057Gallienus, AE34 of Tripolis, Lydia, AD 253-268. AY K ΠO ΛIK ΓAΛΛIHNOC, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, tetrastyle temple with Leto hurrying left within, looking back, holding the infants Artemis and Apollo in her arms. Boston MFA 61.1057; Aeruginis a0562.TextImage
SNG von Aulock 3328Gallienus, AE32 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 253-268. AY K ΠO ΛIK ΓAΛΛIHNOC, radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right / ΠYΘIA TΡIΠOΛEITΩN beneath an agonistic table with lion's legs, on which is a prize crown inscribed LHTWEIA. SNG von Aulock 3328.TextImage
SALONINA
Mionnet III, 544Salonina, AE32 of Tripolis, Lydia, AD 253-268. Alliance issue with Laodiceia, Phrygia. KOΡNHΛIA CAΛΩNEINA, draped bust right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN ΛAOΔ-IKEΩN OMONOIA around and in exergue, Leto hurrying left, looking back, holding the infants Artemis and Apollo in her arms, Zeus standing left behind her, holding eagle on right hand and sceptre in left. Mionnet III (Caria), 544; Paris 1847.TextImage
Mionnet Supp. VI, 593Salonina, AE32 of Tripolis, Lydia. AD 253-268. Alliance issue with Laodiceia, Phrygia. KOΡNHΛIA CAΛΩNEINA, draped bust right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN KAI ΛAOΔIKE NE OMONYA, Leto hurrying left, looking back, holding the infants Artemis and Apollo in her arms, Zeus standing left behind her, holding eagle and sceptre. Mionnet Suppl. VI (Caria), 593.TextImage
SALONINUS
SNG Cop 755Saloninus, AE of Tripolis, Lydia. 260 AD. 12.12 g. Π Λ K CAΛΩNINOC OVAΛEΡIANOC, laureate, draped, cuirassed bust right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Leto running left, looking back, veil billowing above head, holding the twins Artemis and Apollo on her arms. SNG Cop. 755; Imhoof-Blumer 10; SNG Tuebingen 3886.TextImage
Waddington 2692Saloninus AE30 of Tripolis, Lydia, AD 258-260. Π ΛIK CAΛΩNINOC OYAΛEΡIANOC, laureate, draped bust right / TΡIΠOΛEITΩN, Leto hurrying left, looking back, holding the infants Artemis and Apollo in her arms. Imhoof LS 10; Waddington 2692; Paris 1843; SNG Tuebingen 3886; Hunter 7.TextImage
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