Ancient Coinage of Mysia, Hadrianotherae

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CITY AND SEMI-AUTONOMOUS COINAGE
Fritze 550Hadrianotherai, Mysia. AE19, Semi-autonomous issue, AD 117-138. 4.65 g. IEΡA CYNKΛHTOC, bare-headed, draped bust of the Senate right. / AΔΡIANOΘHΡITΩN, Asklepios standing front, looking left, leaning on serpent-entwined staff. Fritze Mysien 550; Imhoof Additions 1A in RSN 1905; Waddington 847; SNG von Aulock 1146; BMC 1; Abbé Greppo 789.TextImage
Fritze 555Hadrianotherai, Mysia, AE20. Time of Septimius Severus, 193-210 AD. IEΡOC ΔHMOC, unbearded, laureate head of Demos right / AΔΡIANOΘEΡITΩN, Asklepios standing to front, head turned left, leaning on serpent-entwined staff. Fritze Mysien 555; Waddington 846.TextImage<
Savoca 32,261Hadrianotherai, Mysia. AE13, semi-autonomous issue, after AD 117. 1.51 g. ΔHMOC, laureate head of Demos right. / AΔΡIANOΘEΡEITΩN, Telesphoros standing facing, wearing hooded cloak. Apparently unpublished. Savoca 32, 261.TextImage
HADRIAN
SNG vA 1150Hadrian, AE16 of Hadrianotherae, Mysia. AD 117-138. 2.72 g. AΔΡIANOC AYΓOYCTOC, bare head right / AΔΡIANOΘHΡITΩN, head and neck of bear or wolf left. SNG von Aulock 1150; Fritze Mysien 565-567; Imhoof Nomisma VI, 9; Mionnet V, 247; Weber 5083; SNG Cop 176.TextImage
SABINA
Fritze 568Sabina AE19 of Hadrianotherae, Mysia. AD 128-136 AD. CEBACTH CABEINA, draped bust right, wearing stephane / AΔΡIANOΘHΡITΩN, Artemis standing left, holding bow and patera, stag at her feet left. Lindgren 247; Fritze Mysien 568; Mionnet II, 142-143; Mionnet Supp. V 249.TextImage
ANTINOUS
SNG France 1093Antinoüs AE 24mm of Hadrianotherae, Mysia. ANTINOOC HΡΩC AΓAΘOC, bare head right / AΔΡIANOΘHΡITΩN, Apis Bull standing right, crescent on flank; monogram in left field. Blum 2, SNGvA 1151, Mionnet III 145.TextImage
SEPTIMIUS SEVERUS
AMNG 574Septimius Severus AE45 Medallion of Hadrianotherae, Mysia. Magistrate Neratius Diogenes. Laureate & draped bust right / EΠI C TΡ NEΠATIOY ΔIOΓENOYC AΔΡIANOΘHΡEITΩN, emperor im military dress, standing right, looking left, holding sceptre and wreath, crowning a trophy with two captives at its base. TextImage
CARACALLA
Lanz 114, 508Caracalla AE52 Medallion of Hadrianothera, Mysia. AYTOKΡAT K MAΡKOC ANTΩNEINOC, laureate, cuirassed bust right, seen from front, Medusa head on cuirasse, fold of cloak on left shoulder / EΠI CTΡ AYΡ ATTAΛOY MOCXIANOY AΔΡIANOΘHΠEITΩN TO B E A, Caracalla in military dress standing left, holding spear, clasping hands with Asklepios, and crowned from behind by Tyche. NISC.TextImage
PHILIP I
Imhoof KM 1Philip I AE28 of Hadrianothera, Mysia. AD 244-249. Magistrate Aurelius Socrates. AYT K M IOY ΦIΛIΠΠOC, radiate, cuirassed bust right / E AYΡ CΩKΡATOYC AΡX A AΔΡIANOΘHΡITΩN, Dionysos, wearing short chiton, standing left, holding kantharos and thyrsus, panther at foot left. Fritze Mysien 593; Imhoof KM 1; Waddington 852.TextImage
See also: Entry for Hadrianothera on the Digital Historia Numorum
Search for Hadrianothera in the British SNG Volumes' Database at the Fitzwilliam Museum

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