Ancient Coinage of Mysia, Pergamon



Pergamon or Pergamum, 16 miles inland from the Aegean Sea, in Mysia in western Asia Minor.
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CITY COINAGE
BMC 5Pergamon, Mysia, AR diobol. 330-284 BC, 1.22 gr, 11mm. Head of Herakles right, with lionskin headdress / ΠEΡΓ-A, Athena (as the Palladium) standing facing, holding spear with fillets, and shield, kalathos on head, drapery over arm. BMC 5; cf Sear 3941.TextImage
BMC 9Pergamon, Mysia, AR Diobol, 310-284 BC. 10.5mm, 1.10g. Bearded head of Herakles right, wearing lionskin / ΠEΡΓAM, Cult statue of Athena (Palladium) standing facing, helmeted and wearing aegis, brandishing spear with right hand and holding shield in left. BMC 9; v. Aulock 1350; Sear GC 3942; SNG France 5, 1566.TextImage
BMC 22
Sear 3958
Pergamon, Mysia. AE Chalkoi, 0.83 g, 10.48 mm. ca. 300 BC. Head of Athena right, wearing crested Corinthian helmet / Head of Herakles right, wearing lion's skin headdress. BMC 22; Sear 3958.TextImage
BMC 78Kingdom of Pergamon, Attalos II, AE14. 13.46 mm, 4.3 gr. 159-138 BC. Helmeted head of Athena right / ΦIΛETAIΡOY, coiled serpent, head raised right. M in left field. BMC 78; Sear Greece 7228.TextImage
BMC 88Pergamon, Mysia. c160-150 BC. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. Cista mystica with serpent; all in ivy wreath / Bow-case with serpents; owl standing on grape bunch to right. cf BMC 88.TextImage
BMC 96Pergamum, Mysia. AR Cistophorus, 12.43 gr, 29.04 mm. 133-67 BC. Cista mystica with half-open lid, from which serpent emerges; around, wreath composed of ivy and berries / Decorated gorytos (bowcase) between two serpents, their tails tied up; city monogram ΠEΡ to left; AΣ above; serpent-entwined thyrsus to right. BMC 96.TextImage
BMC 101Pergamon, Mysia, AR Cistophorus Tetradrachm. 25.22 mm, 12.56 g. 166-160 BC. Cista mystica with half-open lid, from which serpent emerges; all within wreath of ivy and berries / ΠEΡ city name in monogram form to left of ornate gorytos between two serpents; AΡ and ΠΡYT monogram (prytaneis) in two lines above; serpent-entwined thyrsos to right. BMC 101; Pinder 104; Kleiner 27; Mersan 30; SNG Cop 426-427; SNG von Aulock 7473; SNG France V, 1729.TextImage
BMC 101 varPergamon, Mysia. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. 123-67 BC. Serpent crawling from cista mystica / serpents entwined around bow case, ΠEΡ monogram to left, AP above, serpent-entwined thyrsos to right. BMC 101 var (no ΠΡYT monogram above); Kleiner 4; Asia Minor hoard 1935, 14.TextImage
BMC 106Pergamon, Mysia. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm AR, 12.11 gr, 27.69 mm. 190-133 BC. Cista mystica with half-open lid, from which a serpent issues, all within ivy wreath / Two coiled serpents with heads erect, between them a bow case, ornamented with an aplustre, containing a strung bow, in field to right a serpent-entwined staff; ΠEΡ monogram to left, ΔI and ΓΡY monogram above. Mionnet S5, 850; BMC 106; cf Sear 3947-3950 (field marks).TextImage
BMC 115Pergamon, Mysia, Cistophoric Tetradrachm, AR 11.50 gr, 25.49 mm. 190-133 BC. Cista mystica with half-open lid, from which a serpent issues, all within ivy wreath / Two coiled serpents with heads erect, between them a bow case, ornamented with an aplustre, containing a strung bow, in field to right a serpent-entwined staff; ΠEΡ monogram to left, ME and ΓΡY monogram above. Mionnet II, 476; BMC 115; cf Sear 3947-3950 (field marks).TextImage
BMC 116Pergamum, Mysia, AR cistophoric tetradrachm, circa 76 BC. Cista mystica with half-open lid, from which serpent emerges; around, wreath composed of ivy and berries / Decorated gorytos (bowcase) between two serpents, their tails tied up; on left the city monogram PER, on right a serpent-entwined thyrsus. PRY and MH monogram above. BMC 116; cf Sear 3945.TextImage
BMC 118Pergamum, Mysia, AR cistophoric tetradrachm, circa 76 BC. Cista mystica with half-open lid, from which serpent emerges; around, wreath composed of ivy and berries / Decorated gorytos (bowcase) between two serpents, their tails tied up; on left the city monogram PER, on right a serpent-entwined thyrsus. PRY monogram within wreath and MOS above. BMC 118; SNG Tuebingen 2404; cf Sear 3945.TextImage
BMC 118 varPergamum, Mysia, AR cistophoric tetradrachm, circa 76 BC. Cista mystica with half-open lid, from which serpent emerges; around, wreath composed of ivy and berries / Decorated gorytos (bowcase) between two serpents, their tails tied up; on left the city monogram ΠEΡ, on right a serpent-entwined thyrsus. ΠΡY monogram and MOΣ above. SNG von Aulock 7481; SNG Tuebingen 2403; BMC 118 var (PRY not in wreath); cf Sear 3945.TextImage
BMC 122Time of Eumenes II, Attalos II and Attalos III. Cistophoric Tetradrachm, 11.63 gr, 26.83 mm. Pergamon, Mysia. 190-133 BC. Cista mystica with half-open lid, from which a serpent issues, all within ivy wreath / Two coiled serpents with heads erect, between them a bow case, ornamented with an aplustre, containing a strung bow, in field to right a serpent-entwined staff; ΠEΡ monogram to left, ΓΡY monogram and TH above. BMC 122; cf Sear 3947-3950 (field marks).TextImage
BMC 123Time of Eumenes II, Attalos II and Attalos III Cistophoric Tetradrachm, AR, 11.63 gr, 28.22 mm. Pergamon, Mysia. 190-133 BC. Cista mystica with half-open lid, from which a serpent issues, all within ivy wreath / Two coiled serpents with heads erect, between them a bow case, ornamented with an aplustre, containing a strung bow, in field to right a serpent-entwined staff; ΠEΡ monogram to left, ΦI and ΓΡY monogram above. Mionnet S5, 853; BMC 123; cf Sear 3947-3950 (field marks).TextImage
BMC 127Mysia, Pergamon. Q.Caecilius Metellus Pius Scipio, as Imperator. c49-48 BC. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. Serpent crawling from basket (cista) / Q. METELLVS PIVS SCIPIO IMPER, serpents entwined around legionary aquila; monogram.TextImage
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BMC 128
Sear 3953
Mysia, Pergamon. Q Caecilius Metellus Pius Scipio, Imperator. c49-48 BC. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. Cista mystica with serpent; all in ivy wreath / Q METELLVS PIVS SCIPIO IMPER, serpents around aquila; monogram left. CNR Caecilia 75, BMC 128.TextImage
BMC 135Pergamum, Mysia. 200-1 BC. AE18. Helmeted head of Athena right / ΠEΡΓAMH, Nike walking right, holding wreath and palm branch. SNG Cop 360; Weber 5182-5183; BMC 135-138; Sear Greek 3974.TextImage
BMC 141Civic coinage, AE19 of Pergamon, Mysia. 200-0 BC. AE 19mm. Helmeted head of Athena right, name of magistrate off-flan below / ΠEΡΓAMHNΩN, Nike walking right, holding wreath and palm branch. BMC 141ff; Sear 3974.TextImage
BMC 142Pergamon, Mysia, AE18, 6.75 gr., after 200 BC. EΠI ΠEΡΓAMOY beneath helmeted head of Athena right, star on helmet / ΠEΡΓAMHNΩN to right of Nike walking right, holding wreath and palm. Lindgren I 293; Weber 5184; BMC 142; Mionnet II, 517; SNG Cop 365; SNG von Aulock 7490.TextImage
BMC 151-152Pergamon, Mysia, AE14. 200-30 BC. [Δ]IOΔOΡOY, Bearded head of Asklepios right / AΣKΛHΠIOY ΣΩTHΡOΣ, Serpent-entwined staff of Asklepios. SNG Tuebingen 2423; SNG Righetti 744; SNG von Aulock 1383; SNG Cop 369-375; Weber 5190; Lindgren I 296; BMC 151-152.TextImage
BMC 158
Sear 3967
Mysia, Pergamon AE 22mm. ca 2nd Century BC. Laureate head of Zeus right / AΣKΛHΠIOY ΣΩTHΡOΣ, serpent coiled around omphalos. SNGvA 1372, BMC 158.TextImage
BMC 160Pergamon, Mysien. AE16, 200-0 BC. 7.1g. Laureate, bearded head of Asklepios or Zeus right / AΣKΛHΠIOY ΣΩTHΡOΣ, serpent-entwined omphalos, owl sitting facing with closed wings at top left. BMC 160; Lindgren I 298; SNG von Aulock 1371; SNG Tübingen 2412.TextImage
BMC 164Pergamon, Mysia, 200-30 BC, AE17, 3.82 gr. Bearded head of Asklepios right / Serpent-entwined staff of Asklepios. (no legends on either side). SNG Cop 401; Lindgren I 299; de Luynes 2502; BMC 164.TextImage
BMC 179Pergamum, Mysia, AE16. 200-0 BC. Helmeted head of Athena right / AΘHNAΣ NIKHΦOΡOY to left and right of a trophy of arms. O on ΔI monogram in left field. Weber 5198; BMC 179.TextImage
BMC 180Pergamon, Mysia, AE16 mm, 7.22 gr. Helmeted head of Athena right / AΘHNAΣ NIKHΦOΡOΣ to right and left of trophy. No monograms. SNG Cop 398; BMC 180-182.TextImage
BMC 183Pergamon, Mysia, 15mm, 1.53 gr. 200-0 BC. Helmeted head of Athena right, wearing Corinthian helmet / AΘHNAΣ NIKHΦOΡOY to left and right, ΠE below, owl standing facing, wings closed, all within olive wreath. SLG Luynes 2501; SNG Cop 382; BMC 183-184; Sear 3966.TextImage
BMC 216Pergamon, Mysia, AE17, 2.93 gr. 27-138 AD. ΘEON CYN-KΛETΩN, draped bust of the Senate right / ΘEAN ΡΩ-MHN, turreted and draped bust of Roma right. SNG von Aulock 7526; BMC 216; SNG Righetti 749.TextImage
KleinerNoe_03-4-dPergamon. c166-160 BC. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. Cista mystica with serpent; all within ivy wreath / Bow-case with serpents; dolphin above a monogram to the right.TextImage
Kleiner 7Pergamum, Mysia, AR Cistophoric tetradrachm. 166-67 BC. 30 mm, 12.61 g. Cista mystica, half-opened with a serpent emerging from it, surrounded by a wreath of ivy and vine leaves / Two serpents entwined around a bow in bowcase. ΠEΡΓ monogram to left, ΠA monogram above, serpent-entwined thyrsos in right field. Kleiner Pergamum 7; Pinder 101.TextImage
Kleiner 8Pergamum, Mysia, AR Cistophoric tetradrachm. 166-67 BC. 26 mm, 12.69 g. Cista mystica, half-opened with a serpent emerging from it, surrounded by a wreath of ivy and vine leaves / Two serpents entwined around a bow in bowcase. ΠEΡΓ monogram to left, ΩΠA monogram above, serpent-entwined thyrsos in right field. Kleiner Pergamum 8; Kleiner, Asia Minor Hoard 1966, 6.TextImage
Kleiner 10Pergamum, Mysia, AR Cistophoric tetradrachm. 166-67 BC.. 25 mm, 12.62 g. Cista mystica, half-opened with a serpent emerging from it, surrounded by a wreath of ivy and vine leaves / Two serpents entwined around a bow in bowcase. ΠEΡΓ monogram to left, magistrate's initials BO above, serpent-entwined thyrsos in right field. Kleiner Pergamum 10; Pinder 94; SNG France 1718; SNG von Aulock 7467.TextImage
Kleiner 17Pergamum, Mysia, AR Cistophoric tetradrachm. 166-67 BC. 26 mm, 12.56 g. Cista mystica, half-opened with a serpent emerging from it, surrounded by a wreath of ivy and vine leaves / Two serpents entwined around a bow in bowcase. ΠEΡΓ monogram to left, magistrate's initials MA above, serpent-entwined thyrsos in right field. Kleiner Pergamum 17; Pinder 98.TextImage
Kleiner 21Pergamum, Mysia, AR Cistophoric tetradrachm. 166-67 BC. 27 mm, 12.66 g. Cista mystica, half-opened with a serpent emerging from it, surrounded by a wreath of ivy and vine leaves / Two serpents entwined around a bow in bowcase. ΠEΡΓ monogram to left, MH above, serpent-entwined thyrsos in right field. Kleiner Pergamum 21; Kleiner, Asia Minor Hoard 1934, 121; SNG von Aulock 7469.TextImage
Kleiner 23Pergamum, Mysia, AR Cistophoric tetradrachm. 166-67 BC. 20 mm, 12.5 g. Cista mystica, half-opened with a serpent emerging from it, surrounded by a wreath of ivy and vine leaves / Two serpents entwined around a bow in bowcase. ΠEΡΓ monogram to left, magistrate's initials NI above, serpent-entwined thyrsos in right field. Kleiner Pergamum 23; Pinder 99; SNG France 1724.TextImage
Kleiner 25Pergamum, Mysia, AR Cistophoric tetradrachm. 76-67 BC. 28 mm, 12.41 g. Cista mystica, half-opened with a serpent emerging from it, surrounded by a wreath of ivy and vine leaves / Two serpents entwined around a bow in bowcase. ΠEΡΓ monogram to left, magistrate's initials AΠ over ΠΡY monogram and star above, serpent-entwined thyrsos in right field. Kleiner Pergamum 25; Pinder 122; SNG France 1726-1727.TextImage
Kleiner-Noe 25b-86Pergamon, Mysia. Circa 139-136 BC. AR Cistaphoric Tetradrachm. Cista mystica with serpent / Bowcase with serpents; monogram, crested helmet at right.TextImage
Kleiner 32Pergamum, Mysia, AR Cistophoric tetradrachm. 166-67 BC. 28 mm, 12.59 g. Cista mystica, half-opened with a serpent emerging from it, surrounded by a wreath of ivy and vine leaves / Two serpents entwined around a bow in bowcase. ΠEΡΓ monogram to left, ΔI over ΠΡY monogram above, serpent-entwined thyrsos in right field. Kleiner Pergamum 32; Pinder 107; SNG France 1734-1735.TextImage
Kleiner 44Mysia, Pergamon AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. 133-67 BC. Serpent crawling from cista mystica within wreath of fruits / serpents entwined around bow case, ΠEΡΓ monogram to left, MOZ over ΠΡY monogram above, serpent-entwined staff right. Pinder -.TextImage
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Kleiner 49Pergamum, Mysia, AR Cistophoric tetradrachm. 76-67 BC. 29.87mm, 11.54 g. Cista mystica, half-opened with a serpent emerging from it, surrounded by a wreath of ivy and vine leaves / Two serpents entwined around a bow in bowcase. ΠEΡΓ monogram to left, magistrate's initials TH over ΠΡY (for "prytanis") monogram above, serpent-entwined thyrsos in right field. Kleiner Pergamum 49; Pinder 118; Mersan 48; Kleiner Asia Minor Hoard 1966, 26; Kleiner Asia Minor Hoard 1971, 17-19.TextImage
Lindgren III 277Pergamum, Mysia, pseudo-autonomous issue. ΘEON CYNKΛHTON, draped bust of Senate right / ΘEAN ΡΩMHN, bust of Roma right, no tresses, crescent before. Lindgren III 277; SNGCop 446; BMC 213.TextImage
McClean 7668Pergamon, Mysia. Early 3rd Century BC. AR diobol. 1.40 gr. Head of young beardless Herakles right / ΠEΡΓAMH, Cult statue of Athena facing, brandishing spear and holding shield. McClean 7668.TextImage
Mionnet 484Pergamum, Mysia, AR Cistophorus. ca 133-67 BC, Cista Mystica, EP above, ΠE monogram at right. / Snake climbing out of altar, wreath around. Mionnet II, 484.TextImage
Mionnet 523Pergamon, Mysia, 16mm, 2.87g, 1st century AD; Pollionos magistrate. ΠEΡΓAMHNΩN, helmeted head of Athena right / EΠI CTΡ ΠOΛΛIΩ, Telesphoros standing facing in hooded cloak. Mionnet II, 523 corr.; Cf. SNG BN Paris 1961; BMC 231 var (rev. legend).TextImage
Mionnet 908Pergamon, Mysia, AE19. Head of Athena right, wearing helmet decorated with a star / AΘHNAΣ NIKHΦOΡOY above and beneath owl standing facing on palm branch, wings spread, club in left field, B in right field. Mionnet Supp. V, 908.TextImage
Pinder 93Pergamon, Mysia AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. Circa 123-104 BC. Cista mystica with serpent; all within ivy wreath / bow-case with serpents; AΣ above, serpent-entwined staff to right.TextImage
Pinder 95Mysia, Pergamon AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. ca 133-67 BC. Serpent crawling from Cista Mystica / serpents entwined around bow case, ΠEΡ monogram to left, ΔI above, serpent-entwined thyrsos to right. SNGCop 420, Kleiner 12.TextImage
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Pinder 104Mysia, Pergamon AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. 133-67 BC. Serpent crawling from cista mystica / serpents entwined around bow case, ΠEΡ monogram to left, AP over ΠΡY monogram above, serpent entwined staff right. SNG Cop 426, Kleiner 27.TextImage
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Pinder 109Pergamon, Mysia AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. 133-67 BC. Serpent crawling from cista mystica, all in wreath of fruits / serpents entwined around bow case, ΠEΡΓ monogram to left, IE over TΡY above, serpent entwined staff right. Kleiner 23.TextImage
Pinder 111Pergamon, Mysia. Ca. 85-76 B.C. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. Cista mystica with serpent; all within ivy wreath / bow-case with serpents, ΠEΡ monogram to left, KP over ΠΡY monogram above, serpent-staff right. Kleiner 36.TextImage
Pinder 112Mysia, Pergamon AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. 76-67 BC. Serpent crawling from cista mystica / serpents entwined around bow case, ΠEΡ monogram to left, KT over ΠΡY monogram above, serpent entwined staff right. Kleiner 38.TextImage
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Pinder 114Pergamon, Mysia. Circa 76-67 BC. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. Serpent crawling from basket (cista) / serpents entwined around bow case, ΠEΡ monogram to left, MH over ΠΡY above, serpent entwined thyrsos to right. Kliener 41.TextImage
Pinder 122Pergamon, Mysia AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. ca 76 BC. Cista mystica with serpent; all within ivy wreath / Bow-case with serpents; snake-entwined staff to the right, AP, monogram and star above. Kleiner 25.TextImage
Pinder 124Mysia, Pergamon. Circa 76-67 BC. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. Serpent crawling from basket (cista) / serpents entwined around bow case, ΠEΡ monogram to left, MOΣ over ΠΡY monogram in wreath above, serpent entwined thyrsos to right.TextImage
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RPC 2373Mysia, Pergamum AE 16. ca 40-60 AD. ΘEON CYNKΛHTON, draped bust of the Senate right / ΘEAN ΡΩMHN, turreted bust of Roma right, two tresses of hair down neck. BMC 207.TextImage
RPC_2374Mysia, Pergamum Civic Coinage AE17. 1st Century AD. ΘEON CYNKΛHTON, draped bust of the Roman senate right / ΘEAN ΡΩMHN, draped bust of Roma right, no tresses on neck. BMC 205, SGI 4910.TextImage
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Sear 3941Mysia, Pergamon AR Diobol. ca 330-284 BC. Head of Herakles wearing lionskin / ΠEΡΓA, the Palladion facing, holding spear and shield. SNGvA 1349, BMC 5.
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Sear 3942Pergamon, Mysia, AR Diobol, 310-284 BC. 10.5mm, 1.10g. Bearded head of Herakles right, wearing lionskin / ΠEΡΓAM, Cult statue of Athena (Palladium) standing facing, helmeted and wearing aegis, brandishing spear with right hand and holding shield in left. BMC 9; v. Aulock 1350; Sear GC 3942; SNG France 5, 1566.TextImage
Sear 3945Pergamon. c160-150 BC. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. Cista mystica with serpent; all in ivy wreath / Bow-case with serpents, ΠEΡΓ monogram to left, race-torch (or stylis) to right. Kleiner-Noe Series 15, BMC 90.TextImage
Sear 3953Mysia, Pergamon. Q Caecilius Metellus Pius Scipio, Imperator. c49-48 BC. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. Cista mystica with serpent; all in ivy wreath / Q METELLVS PIVS SCIPIO IMPER, serpents around aquila; monogram left. CNR Caecilia 75, BMC 128.
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Sear 3960Pergamon, Mysia AE20. 2nd century BC. The bust of Athena right wearing triple crested helmet / AΘHNAΣ NIKHΦOΡOY, trophy of armour, ΩΠΠE monogram at lower right. SNG Cop 393-394, SNG vA 1374.
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Sear 3962Pergamum, Mysia, AE18. ca 200-133 BC. AΘHNAΣ, helmeted head of Athena right, decorated with star / NIKHΦOΡOY, owl standing facing on palm branch, wings open. BMC 190ff, SNG Cop 382ff.
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Sear 3965Mysia, Pergamon AE15. 2nd century BC. Head of Athena right, in close fitting crested helmet, within beaded border / AΘHNAΣ NIKHΦOΡOY to right and left of owl standing facing, wings closed; ΠEΡ below, all within olive-wreath. BMC 15.TextImage
Sear 3967Mysia, Pergamon AE 22mm. ca 2nd Century BC. Laureate head of Zeus right / AΣKΛHΠIOY ΣΩTHΡOΣ, serpent coiled around omphalos. SNGvA 1372, BMC 158.
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Sear 3971Pergamon, Mysia, AE16. 88-50 BC, Laureate head of Asklepios right / Serpent-entwined staff.TextObv-Rev
Sear 3974Pergamum, Mysia, AE18. Helmeted head of Athena right, oval countermark of owl right, head facing / Nike walking right.TextImage
Sear 3975Pergamon, Mysia, AE20. ca 200-133 BC. ΔHMHTΡIOY, Helmeted head of Athena right, below / ΠEΡΓAMHNΩ, Nike walking right, holding wreath. SNG Cop 364, BMC 140.TextObv-Rev
SG 7228Pergamon, Mysia, civic issue in the name of Philetairos. AE16. 282-133 BC. Helmeted head of Athena right / ΦIΛETAIΡOY, Coiled and bearded serpent right, monogram left. SG 7228.TextImage
SNG Cop 313Pergamum, Mysia, AR fraction, 440-380 BC. Archaic laureate head of Apollo right / (ΠEΡΓ), forepart of bull right within incuse square. SNG Cop 313; Fritze Pergamon 2; Weber 5155.TextImage
SNG Cop 317
Sear 3941
Mysia, Pergamon AR Diobol. ca 330-284 BC. Head of Herakles wearing lionskin / ΠEΡΓA, the Palladion standing facing, holding spear and shield. SNGvA 1349, BMC 5. TextImage
SNG Cop 318vPergamon, Mysia AR Diobol. ca 330-284 BC. Head of Herakles wearing lionskin / ΠEΡΓAM Λ, the Palladion facing facing, holding spear and shield. TextImage
SNG Cop 325Mysia, Pergamon. 310-284 BC. AE 9mm. Helmeted head of Athena right / Two stars, Q above. SNGFr 1587.TextImage
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SNG Cop 327Pergamon, Mysia, AE17, ca. 280-230 BC. 3.49 g. Helmeted head of Athena left / ΠEΡΓA, two confronted bulls' heads, bee above. SNG Cop 327-328; Weber 5162.TextImage
SNG Cop 333Pergamon, Mysia, c. 300 - 284 BC. AE17, 3.57 gr. Helmeted head of Athena left / Bull's head left, owl to right, PERGA below. SNG Cop 333; SNG von Aulock 1352. TextImage
SNG Cop 364Pergamon, Mysia AE20. ca 200-133 BC. Helmeted head of Athena right, ΔIOΔΩΡOY below / Nike walking right, holding palm and placing wreath on inscription ΠEΡΓAMHNΩN. TextImage
SNG Cop 365Pergamon, Mysia, AE20. ca 200-133 BC. EΠI ΠEΡΓAMOY, Helmeted head of Athena right / ΠEΡΓAMHNΩ, Nike walking right, holding wreath and palm branch. TextImage
SNG Cop 366Pergamon, Mysia. After 133 BC. AE 17mm. Helmeted head of Athena right / Nike walking right, holding wreath and palm. SNG France 1790.TextImage
SNG Cop 370Pergamon, Mysia. After 133 BC. AE 14mm. Laureate head of Asklepios right / Serpent-entwined staff of Asklepios. SNG France 1828.TextImage
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SNG Cop 379Pergamon, Mysia. Circa 200-133 BC. AE 20mm. Head of Asklepios right / Eagle standing on thunderbolt.TextImage
SNG Cop 382ff
Sear 3962
Pergamum, Mysia, AE18. ca 200-133 BC. AΘHNAΣ, helmeted head of Athena right, decorated with star / NIKHΦOΡOY, owl standing facing on palm branch, wings open. BMC 190ff, SNG Cop 382ff.TextImage
SNG Cop 383Pergamum, Mysia, AE17. ca 200-133 BC. AΘHNAΣ, helmeted head of Athena right, decorated with star / NIKHΦOΡOY, owl standing facing on palm branch, wings open, IAΣ to left, AP to right.TextImage
SNG Cop 384Pergamum, Mysia, AE18. ca 200-133 BC. AΘHNAΣ, helmeted head of Athena right, decorated with star / NIKHΦOΡOY, owl standing facing on palm branch, wings open, A to left, A to right.TextImage
SNG Cop 386Pergamum, Mysia, AE17. ca 200-133 BC. AΘHNAΣ, helmeted head of Athena right, decorated with star / NIKHΦOΡOY, owl standing facing on palm branch, wings open, K to left, Σ to right. TextImage
SNG Cop 388Pergamum, Mysia, AE16. ca 200-133 BC. AΘHNAΣ, helmeted head of Athena right, decorated with star / NIKHΦOΡOY, owl standing facing on palm branch, wings open, AP monogram to left, MH monogram to right. BMC 193.TextImage
SNG Cop 390Pergamum, Mysia, AE16. ca 200-133 BC. AΘHNAΣ, helmeted head of Athena right, decorated with star / NIKHΦOΡOY, owl standing facing on palm branch, wings open, MH monogram to left, A to right.TextImage
SNG Cop 392Pergamum, Mysia, AE17, autonomous issue, late 3rd century BC. Head of Athena right wearing Corinthian helmet decorated with star / AΘHNAΣ NIKHΦOΡOY, above and beneath owl standing facing on palm branch, wings spread. TK monogram in left field, ΠΛ monogram in right field. SNG Cop 392 (these monograms).TextImage
SNG Cop 392 (2)Pergamon, Mysia, AE15, civic issue, 200-1 BC. Helmeted head of Athena right, helmet decorated with a star / AΘHNAΣ NIKHΦOΡOY, Owl standing facing on palm branch, wings spread. TK monogram in left field, ΠΛ monogram in right field. SNG Cop 392 (these monograms).TextImage
SNG Cop 393Pergamon, Mysia. After 133 BC. AE 19mm. Helmeted head of Athena right / Trophy, ΩΠΠE monogram at lower right. SNG France 1875.TextImage
SNG Cop 394Mysia, Pergamon. c2nd-1st BC. AE 19mm. Helmeted head of Athena right / Trophy with horned helmet; ΩΠΠE monogram at lower right.TextImage
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SNG Cop 396Pergamum, Mysia, AE17, 200-20 BC. 4.52 g. Helmeted head of Athena right / AΘHNAΣ NIKEΦOΡOY, trophy comprised of a helmet and a cuirass. ΘA monogram in left field. SNG Cop 396; Mionnet Supp. V, 896.TextImage
SNG Cop 398Pergamon, Mysia AE21. ca 200-133 BC. Head of Athena right / AΘHNAΣ NIKEΦOΡOY, trophy.TextImage
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Pergamon. c160-150 BC. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. Cista mystica with serpent; all in ivy wreath / Bow-case with serpents, ΠEΡΓ monogram to left, race-torch (or stylis) to right. Kleiner-Noe Series 15, BMC 90.TextImage
SNG Cop 407Pergamon, Mysia AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. ca 200-133 BC. Serpent emerging from cista / Serpents entwined around bow case, filleted thrysus to right. Kleiner-Noe 42a,5.TextImage
SNG Cop 412Pergamon, Mysia AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. ca 200-133 BC. Serpent emerging from cista / Serpents entwined around bow case, ΠEΡΓ monogram to left, caduceus to right.TextImage
SNG Cop 416Pergamon, Mysia. 133-67 BC. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. Cysta mystica / serpents around bow-case, ΔH above, winged caduceus to right.TextImage
SNG Cop 418 Mysia, Pergamon. Circa 133-1st Century BC. AR Cistophric Tetradrachm. Cista mystica with half-open lid / two serpents entwined about bow-case decorated with aplustre, ΠEΡΓ monogram to left, A over Σ above, serpent-staff to right.TextImage
SNG Cop 419Pergamon, Mysia. Circa 133-1st Century BC. AR Cistophric Tetradrachm. Cista mystica with half-open lid / two serpents entwined about bow-case, ΠΛ monogram above, serpent staff to right. TextImage
SNG Cop 427Pergamon, Mysia AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. ca 133 - 1st century BC. Serpent crawling from cista / ΠEΡ monogram to left, serpents entwined around bow case decorated with an aplustre, MH over ΠΡY monogram above, serpent staff to right. TextImage
SNG Cop 429Pergamon, Mysia. After 133 BC. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. Serpent crawling from basket (cista) / Serpents entwined around bow case, ΔH over ΠΡY monogram above, serpent-entwined staff to right. TextImage
SNG Cop 431Pergamon, Mysia. After 133 BC. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. Serpent emerging from basket (cista) / serpents entwined around bow case, EV over ΠΡY monograms above, and serpent-entwined staff to right. TextImage
SNG Cop 438Pergamon, Mysia AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. 133-67 BC. Serpent crawling from cista mystica / serpents entwined around bow case, ΠEΡ monogram to left, ΠA over ΠΡY monogram above, serpent-entwined staff to right. BMC 122.TextImage
SNG Cop 439Mysia, Pergamon. After 133 BC. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. Serpent crawling from basket (cista) / serpents around bow case, ΠEΡ monogram to left, TEY over ΠΡY monogram above, serpent-entwined staff to right. Kleiner-Noe 17cf. TextImage
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SNG Cop 444Pergamon, Mysia, AR Cistophor. 27mm; 12.84g. 50-49 BC. Cista mystica within ivy wreath / Bow case between two serpents; AΡA monogram above; Q to left, thyrsos in right field. SNG Cop. 444; SNG France 1767; SNG v.Aulock 1867 (Ephesos).TextImage
SNG Fr 1716Pergamon, Mysia AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. Cista mystica with serpent; all within ivy wreath / bow-case with serpents, ΠEΡ monogram to left, A over C above, snake-entwined staff to right.TextImage
SNG Fr 1759vPergamon, Mysia AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. C Fabius Mf. Hadrianus, Proconsul. 57-56 BC. Demeas, magistrate. Cista mystica within ivy wreath / Bow case between two serpents; monogram to left, thyrsos to right, ΔHMEAC below. Stumpf 28.TextImage
SNG Fr 1763Pergamon, Mysia AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. Q Caecilius Metellus Pius Scipio, Imperator. 49-48 BC. Cista mystica within ivy wreath / Two serpents entwined around legionary aquila; monogram to left. Stumpf 68; SNG France 1763.TextImage
SNG Fr 1767Pergamon, Mysia AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. Anonymous Quaestor. Late 2nd-mid 1st century BC. Cista mystica within ivy wreath / Bow case between two serpents; monogram above, Q to left, thyrsos to right. Stumpf 3, SNG France 1767.TextImage
SNG Paris 1586Pergamon, Mysia, AE17, ca. 300 - 284 BC. 3.42 g. Helmeted head of Athena left, wreathed with olive / Two confronted bulls' heads, thunderbolt above, ΠEΡΓ below. SNG Paris 1586, Sear Greek 3956 var (symbol).TextImage
SNG Paris 1938Pergamon, Mysia AE16, 4.6 gr. AΣKΛHΠIAΔOY, Laureate bust of Hygieia right, surrounded by serpents / AΣKΛHΠIOY KAI YΓIHAΣ to left and right of serpent-entwined omphalos. SNG BN Paris 1938.TextImage
SNG Stockholm 2123Pergamum, Mysia, 27 BC-AD 138, semi-autonomous. AE15, 3.1 gr. ΘEON CYNKΛHTON, draped bust of the Senate right, vΠX monogram in right field / ΘEAN ΡΩMHN, turreted and draped bust of Roma right, ΩΠX monogram in right field. SNG Stockholm 2123.TextImage
SNG Tub 2414Pergamon, Mysia, AE19, 6.87 gr, 200-133 BC. Bearded head of Asklepios right / AΣKΛEΠIOY ΣΩTHΡOΣ to left and right of serpent entwined around omphalos. TE monogram at upper left. SNG Tuebingen 2414.TextImage
SNG vA 1364Pergamon, Mysia. 200-133 BC. AE 12mm; 1.4g. Philetaerus, King of Pergamum. Helmeted head of Athena right / ΦIΛE-TAIΡOY, Bow. SNG von Aulock 1364; SNG Stockholm 2086; SNG Leipzig 1094; BMC 12, 54; Lindgren III 273.TextImage
SNG vA 7488Pergamum, Mysia, AE, 200-1 BC. ca. 6.7 gr. Helmeted, draped bust of Athena right / AΘHNAΣ AΡEIAΣ to right and left of owl standing slightly right, head facing. SNG von Aulock 7488; Mionnet V, 900.TextImage
Stumpf 28Pergamon, Mysia. C. Fabius M.f. Hadrianus, Proconsul. 57-56 BC. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. Demeas, magistrate. Cista mystica within ivy wreath / C. FABI. M. F. PRO. COS, bow case between two serpents; monogram to left, thyrsos to right, ΔHMEAC below. SNGFr 1759v, BMC -, SNG Cop -, SNGvA 7485v.TextImage
Stumpf 37Pergamon, Mysia AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. C Septimius Tf, Proconsul. 57-55 BC. Kriton, magistrate. Cista mystica within ivy wreath / Bow case between two serpents; monogram to left, thyrsos to right, KΡITΩN below.TextImage
Stumpf 41Pergamon, Mysia AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. C Septimius Tf, Proconsul. 57-55 BC. Poseidonios, magistrate. Cista mystica within ivy wreath / C SEPTVMI T F PRO COS, bow case between two serpents; monogram to left, thyrsos to right, ΠOCEIΔωNIOC below.TextImage
Stumpf 53Pergamon, Mysia AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm. C Pulcher, Proconsul, 55-53 BC. Menodoros, magistrate. Cista mystica within ivy wreath / C PVLCHER PRO COS, bow case between two serpents; monogram to left, thyrsos to right, MHNOΔΩΡOC below. SNGFr 1762.TextImage
Weber 5156Pergamon, Mysia AR Hemiobol. ca 440-350 BC. Forepart of bull to left / Two foreparts of bulls confronted.TextImage
Weber 5157Pergamon, Mysia, AE9, 440-350 BC. Head of Apollo right / Forepart of bull left, small ivy leaf in right field, all within shallow square incuse. Weber 5157.TextImage
Weber 5158Pergamum, Mysia, AE10, 1,12 gr. 440-350 BC. Laureate head right of Apollo or Aphrodite / ΠEΡΓ, boar's head right, snail above snout. Weber 5158.TextImage
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AUGUSTUS
RPC 2356Augustus. Pergamon, Mysia. AE 19. 98-117 AD. AYTOKΡATOΡA CEBACTON KAICAΡA, laureate head right / CEBACTON ΠEΡΓAMHNOI, temple with four columns enclosing statue of Augustus. RPC 2356TextImage
RPC 2358Augustus, AE 21.5mm of Pergamon, Mysia. 10-2 BC. ΣEBAΣTON, helmeted head right / XAΡINOΣ ΓΡAMMATEYΩN in four lines to left and right of hexastyle temple. RPC 2358.TextImage
RPC 2360Augustus AE19 of Pergamon, Mysia. Magistrate A. Fourious Gymnasiarch, ca 1 BC. ΣEBAΣTΩI KAIΣAΡI BOYΛAIΩI, laureate head right / A ΦOYΡIOΣ IEΡEYΣ ΓYMNAΣIAΡCΩN ΠEΡΓAMH-NΩN, basin or goblet.TextImage
RPC 2362Pergamum, Mysia. Augustus. 27 BC-AD 14. AE (20mm, 5.57 g, 12h). Homonoia with Sardis. Kephalion, grammateus. Struck ca 1 BC-AD 1. Demos of Pergamum standing facing slightly right, being crowned by Demos of Sardis standing facing slightly left / Statue of Augustus standing facing, holding sceptre, within distyle temple set on three-tiered base. RPC I 2362; SNG France 2022-2026. TextImage
RPC 2364Augustus AE18 of Mysia, Pergamum. Statue of Augustus standing in tetrastyle temple / Demos of Pergamon standing left, crowning the Proconsul M Plautius Silvanus.TextImage
RPC 2368Augustus, Tiberius and Livia AE21 of Pergamum, Mysia. ΣEBAΣTOI EΠI ΠOΠΠAIOY, laureate heads of Augustus and Tiberius facing each other / ΣEBAΣTHN ΠEΡΓAMHNΩN MHNOΦENHΣ, Livia seated right, holding sceptre and corn ears. BMC 251. TextObv*Rev
RPC 4106Augustus AE 23mm of an uncertain Syrian mint. AVGVST TR POT, laureate head right / ΛT CA, two lines within laurel wreath.TextImage
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LIVIA
RPC 2359Livia and Julia (wife and daughter of Augustus) AE19 of Mysia, Pergamum. Ca 10-2 BC, under Charinos the grammateus. ΛIBIAN HΡAN CAΡINOΣ, draped bust of Livia, as Hera, right / IOYΛIAN AΦΡOΔITHN, draped bust of Julia, as Aphrodite, right. BMC 248, SNGCop 464.TextImage
JULIA
RPC 2359Livia and Julia, wife and daughter of Augustus, AE18 of Pergamum, Mysia. ΛIBIAN HΡAN CAΡINOΣ, draped bust of Livia right / IOVΛIAN AΦΡOΔITHN, draped bust of Julia as Aphrodite right.TextImage
GAIUS AND LUCIUS
RPC 2365Caius and Lucius, AE of Pergamon, Mysia.3.07 gr. KAIΣAΡA ΠEΡΓAMHNOI, bare head of Caius Caesar right / L KAIΣAΡA ΔHMOΦΩN, bare head of Lucius Caesar right. RPC 2365 (this coin); SNG BN 2038.TextImage
RPC 5437Gaius und Julia AE of Pergamon, Mysia. 1.76 g. ΓAI KAIΣAΡ, bare head of Gaius Caesar right / IOYΛIA, head of Julia right, hair knotted behind her head. RPC 5437.TextImage
TIBERIUS
Rohde 11491Tiberius, AE20 of Pergamum with Sardes. 14-37 AD. TIBEΡIOΣ..., laureate head of Tiberius right / ΠEΡΓAMHNΩN KAI ΣAΡΔIANΩN ΣΩΣ, Demos of Pergamum and Demos of Sardes standing. Not in RPC, Nollé Homonoia, BMC, Mionnet etc. Possibly unpublished. Rohde 11491.TextImage
RPC 2369Livia and Tiberius Orichalcum 19mm of Pergamon, Mysia. Struck under P. Petronius, Proconsul of Asia, 29-35 AD. CEBACTOI EΠI ΠETΡΩNIOY TO V, draped bust right of Livia vis ŕ vis laureate head of Tiberius / ΘEON CEBACTON ΠEΡΓAMENOI, statue of Divus Augustus within tetrastyle temple. BMC 253/254; SNG Cop 468. TextImage
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GERMANICUS
RPC 2367Germanicus and Drusus AE17 of Pergamum, Mysia. ΓEΡMANIKOΣ KAIΣAΡ, bare head of Germanicus right / ΔΡOYΣOΣ KAIΣAΡ, bare head of Drusus right. Text
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CLAUDIUS
RPC 2221Claudius AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm of Ephesus. TI CLAVD CAES AVG, bare head left / COM ASI, temple with two columns inscribed ROM ET AVG enclosing statue of Augustus. BMC 228, RSC 3.TextImage
RPC 2370cfClaudius AE 18mm of Pergamom, Mysia. Commemorative issue struck under Domitian, circa 81-96 AD. Bare head right / Tetrastyle temple enclosing statue of Augustus.TextImage
BRITANNICUS
RPC 2371Britannicus and Nero, AE17, (3.50g) Ephesus, Ionia, BΡETANNIKOC Bare head of Britannicus right. / [NEΡOC] KAI[CAΡ} Bare head of Nero Caesar right.TextImage
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TRAJAN
SNG Cop 471Trajan, AE19 of Pergamon, Mysia. 3.4g. (from top right) AYT TRAIANOC CEBACT, laureate head right / (FILIOC Z)EYC PERGA, Zeus seated left, holding patera and sceptre. SNG Copenhagen 471; BMC 259.TextImage
SNGvA 1395Trajan, AE of Pergamon, Mysia. 3.07 g. AVT TRAIANOC CEBA, laureate head right / ZEUS FILIOS, laureate head of Zeus Philios right. SNG BN 2069; SNG von Aulock 1395.TextImage
ANTONINUS PIUS
vFritze p48Antoninus Pius, AE of Pergamon, Mysia. 24.43 g. AV KAI TI AI ADRI ANTWNEINOC, laureate head right / EPI CTR KOUARTOY PERGAMOC TO B PERGAMHNWN, Asklepios, with serpent-entwined staff, standing facing, head left, being crowned by Pergamos, naked, standing by him, holding sceptre. RPC online 3187; Von Fritze, p. 48 and pl. VI, 21.TextImage
MARCUS AURELIUS
Mionnet 1012Marcus Aurelius, AE of Pergamon, Mysia. 161-180 AD. Celebrating the inauguration of the Madradag aqueduct. AYT KAI M AYΡHΛI ANTΩNEINOC, laureate, draped, cuirassed bust right / EΠI CTΡ T KΛ AΡICTEOY (or KAΛΛICTEOY) above, CEΛEINOYC KHTEIOC ΠEΡΓAMENΩN below, B NEOKOΡΩN on the base of the statue of Asklepios standing, holding branch and serpent-entwined staff; to left and right river-gods reclining: Selinus, bearded, facing right, Keteios, beardless, facing left, each holding branch and cornucopiae and each resting arm on overturned urn. In exergue: two prize crowns, one on each side of the pedestal. Mionnet Supp. 5, 1012, Kek p. 283ff, Jones p. 115.TextImage
SNG von Aulock 1404Marcus Aurelius AE Medallion of Mysia, Pergamum. A Tullius Cratippus, strategus. Laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust right / EΠI CTΡA A TΛV (sic) KΡATIΠΠOV ΠEΡΓAMHNΩN NEOKOΡΩN, Helios in quadriga galloping left.TextImage
Weisser 980Marcus Aurelius, AE of Pergamum, Mysia, AD 161-180. 21.44 g. Magistrate Titos Klaudios Aristeas. AY KAI M AYΡHΛI ANTΩNEINOC, laureate, draped bust right / EΠI CTΡAT KΛAY AΡICTEOY ΠEΡΓAMHNΩN B NEOKOΡΩN, Satyr sitting left on cippus, holding the hands of the infant Dionysos dancing on his right foot, pedum on ground. Weisser 980; Paris 1274-1275.TextImage
COMMODUS
BMC 304Commodus AE23 of Pergamum, Mysia. AVT KA Λ AYΡ KOMOΔOC, laureate, draped, youthful bust right / (...)EΠI CTΡ ΠEΡΓHMON NEOKΩΡ, Athena standing left by altar, holding patera and spear, shield beside her. TextImage
Dusseldorf 14161Commodus, AE41 medallion of Pergamum, Mysia. 34.93 gr. 180-191 AD. AYTO KAI M AYΡH KOMMOΔOC, laureate, draped, cuirassed bust right / EΠI CTΡ M AI ΓΛYKΩNIANOY ΠEΡΓAMHNΩN B NEOKOΡΩN, Herakles Farnese standing right, resting on club set on rock, tree to left; on the rock, a deer suckles Telesphorus; eagle with wings spread above; lizard below. Lederer BFM 1909 S4325; Duesseldorf 14161; Hamborg 1997, 33.TextImage
FrankeNolle 1532Commodus, AE of Pergamon, Mysia, Homonia with Ephesus. 20.78 g. AV KAI M AYΡH KOMOΔOC, laureate, draped, cuirassed bust right / KOINON OMONOIAC ΠEΡΓAMHNΩN EΦECI EΠI CTΡ ΠAIΠIOY, Asklepios, holding serpent-entwined staff, standing facing beside Artemis Ephesia facing. RPC online 3285. Franke/Nollé 1532.TextImage
Mionnet 601Commodus AE32 of Pergamon, Mysia. AVTO KAI M AYΡH KOMOΔO, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / EΡ IXT ΓΛYKΩNI A NOY ΠEΡΓAMHNΩN B NEOKOΡΩN, Kybele in biga of lions left, attendant before, holding tympanum.TextImage
Nolle 1541Commodus AE35,Pergamum and Ephesos, Homonia. AYTO KAI M AYHΡ KOMOΔOC, laureate, draped bust right; countermark: Head of Caracalla; Howgego 70 / KOINON OMONOIA ΠEΡΓAMHNΩN KAI EΦECIΩN EΠI CTΡ ΠAIΠEIOY, Demos of Ephesos and Athena of Pergamon standing. Nollé Homonoia 1541.TextImage
SNG France 2149Commodus, AE Medallion of Pergamon, Mysia. 27.44 g. M AYΡ KAICAΡ KOMOΔOC, bare-headed, draped, cuirassed bust right / EΠI CTΡA KΛ NIKOMHΔOYC B NEΩKOΡΩN ΠEΡΓAMHNΩN around and beneath naked, helmeted warrior, holding spear and round shield, standing right, fighting with a kneeling opponent holding a sword; shield behind, upright spear to left. RPC online 3245; SNG France 2149.TextImage
SNG France 2151vCommodus, As Caesar, AE 34mm of Mysia, Pergamon. Magistrate Claudius Nikomedes. Bare-headed, draped, and cuirassed bust right / EΠI CTΡ K NIKOMHΔOYC ΠEΡΓAM-H at base of throne, NEOKOΡΩ(N)-B in two lines below, Athena seated left, holding Nike and spear.TextImage
SEPTIMIUS SEVERUS
Schultz AM 496Septimius Severus and Julia Domna, AE53 medallion of Pergamum, Mysia. Magistrate Klaudianos Terpandros. 193-211. AYT KAI Λ CEΠ CEOYHΡOC ΠEΡ IOY ΔOMNA CEBACTH, laureate, draped bust of Sept. Severus right, facing draped bust of Julia Domna left / EΠI CTΡA KΛAYΔIANOY TEΡΠANΔΡOY ΠEΡΓAMHNΩN B NEOKOΡΩN, View of the sanctuary of Pergamum: altar with rounded portico on steps with bull on base to left and right, two figures on columned bases to left and right above them. BMC 314-315; Schultz AM 496.TextImage
SNG Cop 496vSeptimius Severus AE25 of Mysia, Pergamon. AVT KAI CEBHEΡO, laureate head right / ΠEΡΓAMHN B NEOKOΡΩN, Asklepios standing facing, head left, leaning on serpent entwined staff.TextImage
SNG Cop 497Septimius Severus and Julia Domna, AE of Pergamum, Mysia. Ca. 40 g. 193-211 AD. Magistrate Klaudianos Terpandros. AYT K AIΛ CEΠ CEOYHΡOC ΠEΡ IOY ΔOMNA CEBACTH, laureate and draped bust of Septimius Severus right, facing draped bust of Julia Domna left / EΠI CTΡA KΛAYΔIANOY TEΡΠANΔΡOY ΠEΡΓAMHNΩN B NEOKOΡΩN, Herakles, naked, kneeling with one leg on the back of the Ceryneian hind and using both hands to grasp its antlers. SNG Cop. 497; Mionnet V 1091; Weisser T1570; Kurth Herakles 232.TextImage
SNG France 2189Septimius Severus, AE medallion of Pergamon, Mysia. 33.93 g. AVT KAICA CEΠTIMIΩ CEBHΡΩ ΠEΡTINA K, laureate, draped, cuirassed bust right, two countermarks: head of Caracalla right (Howgego 70) and wreath (Howgego 480) / EΠI CTΡA IOYΛ ΠOΛΛIΩNOC B NEOKOΡΩN ΠEΡΓAMHNΩN, Athena standing left, holding a branch of a serpent-entwined olive branch to her left; shield behind her. SNG France 2189.TextImage
SNG France 2210Septimius Severus and Julia Domna AE44 Medallion of Pergamon. Claudianus Terpander, strategus. AVT KAI Λ CEΠ CEOYHΡOC ΠEΡ IOY ΔOMNA CEBACTH, confronted busts [c/m: laureate head of Caracalla right] / EΠI CTΡA KΛAYΔIANOY TEΡΠANΔΡOY ΠEΡΓAMHNΩN B NEΩKOΡΩN, Ariadne, forlorn in the grotto on Naxos, being discovered by a maenad with thyrsus and diadem and a satyr with logobolon. [c/m: Howgego 70.]TextImage
Weisser 1655Septimius Severus, AE43 of Pergamon, Mysia. Magistrate Flavius Xenokrates. ...KAIC Λ CEΠ.., laureate, draped, cuirassed bust right / (EΠI CTΡA ΦΛ XENOKΡATOYC), ΠEΡΓAMHNΩN B NEOKOΡΩN around and in exergue, statue of Asklepios facing on pedestal between two confronted, youthful centaurs, each holding a torch. (Weisser: Asklepios supported by the two centaurs). Weisser 1655; Berlin Löbbecke 1906 4106.TextImage
JULIA DOMNA
SNG BN 2213Julia Domna, AE of Pergamon, Mysia. 9.05 g. IOVΛIA AVΓOVCTA ΔOMNA, draped bust right, two countermarks, head of Caracalla right (Howgego 70) and wreath (Howgego 480) / EΠI CTΡA IOYΛ ΠOΛΛIΩNOC ΠEΡΓAMHNΩN B NEOKOΡΩN, emperor riding horse right, being crowned by Nike flying behind him, seated, bound captive to right. SNG BN 2213.TextImage
CARACALLA
BMC 319Caracalla AE43 Medallion of Pergamon. AYT KΡA K MAΡKOC AYΡ ANTΩNEINOC, Laureate and cuirassed bust right, cuirass ornamented with a gorgoneion / EΠI CTΡ IOYΛ ANTIMOY ΠEΡΓAMHNΩN ΠΡΩTΩN TΡIC NEΩKOΡΩN, Emperor on horseback right, raising hand in salute to a figure of Asklepios being held up by Tyche, turreted, standing left.TextImage
BMC 321Caracalla, 196-217AD. AE42 Medallion of Pergamon. AYT KΡA K MAΡKOC AYΡ ANTΩNEINOC, laureate, cuirassed bust of Caracalla right, cuirass ornamented with gorgoneion / EΠI CTΡ M KAI ΡEΛ ATTAΛOY ΠEΡΓAMHNΩN ΠΡΩTΩN Γ NEΩKOΡΩN, Caracalla, in military dress, on horse right, looking back, right hand raised; before him a statue of Asklepios facing on tall pedestal or column; behind horse: soldier right. BMC 321.TextImage
BMC 326Caracalla, AE44 medallion of Pergamum, Mysia. AD 198-217. Magistrate M. Kairel Attalos. 38.8 g. AYT KΡAT K M AYΡ ANTΩNEINOC, laureate, cuirassed bust right, aegis on chest / EΠI CTΡ M KAIΡEΛ ATTAΛOY ΠEΡΓAMHNΩN ΠΡΩTΩN Γ NEΩKOΡΩN, emperor standing left, holding sceptre and raising right hand, Telesphorus on a base in the centre and serpent-entwined tree to left. BMC 326; Weber 5227.TextImage
BMC 327Caracalla AE39, 12 Assaria of Pergamon, Mysia. AD 198-217. Magistrate M. Carel. Attalos. 44.89 g. AYT KΡAT K MAΡKOC AYΡ ANTΩNEINOC, laureate and cuirassed bust right, with gorgoneion on chest / EΠI CTΡ M KAIΡEΛ ATTAΛOY ΠEΡΓAMHNΩN ΠΡOTΩN Γ NEΩKOΡΩN, three Corinthian temples on stepped podia, the central one tetrastyle with statue of Asklepios, holding serpent and staff, seated right within and with AN in the pediment; the two side tetrastyle temples seen in perspective, each with a dotted circle in the pediment. BMC 327; SNG France V, 2229; Burrell Neokoroi type 23; SNG Cop 500; SNG vA 1411.TextImage
Helios 5, 670Caracalla, AE medallion of Pergamon, Mysia. 44.58 g. AVT KΡAT K MAΡKOC AYΡ ANTΩNEINOC, laureate, cuirassed bust right, circular countermark of wreath (Howgego 480) / EΠI CTΡ IOYΛ ANΘINOY ΠEΡΓAMHNΩN ΠΡΩTΩN TΡIC NEΩKOΡΩN, Thalassa holding rudder and Gaia holding cornucopiae standing facing each other, holding hands; above them, Zeus, holding thunderbolt and sceptre, between them, eagle standing with wreath in beak. Unpublished.TextImage
SNG France 2230Caracalla, AE medallion of Pergamum, Mysia. 46.14g. AVTKΡATK MAΡKOC AYΡ ANTΩNEINOC, laureate and cuirassed bust right, gorgoneion on chest / EΠI CTΡ M KAI ΡEΛ ATTAΛOV ΠEΡΓAMHNΩN ΠΡΩTΩN Γ NEΩKOΡΩN around and in fields, Caracalla, togate, holding patera and scroll, standing right before temple with statue of Asklepios within; youth standing left between temple and Caracalla, striking bull tied by the nose to a ring. SNG France 2230; Von Fritze Pergamon pl. VIII, 8; BMC 324.TextImage

SNG France 2252
Caracalla AE Medallion of Pergamon, Mysia. Julius Anthimus, strategus. Struck 214 AD. Laureate and cuirassed bust right, slight drapery on left shoulder / EΠO (sic) CTΡ IOYΛ ANΘIMOY ΠEΡΓAMHNΩN, ΠΡΩTΩN TΡIC-NEΩKOΡΩ-N in three lines in exergue, Caracalla on horseback right, holding spear and being crowned by Nike standing behind; to right, trophy, bound captive seated left at base and Parthia standing right.TextImage
von Fritze 73Caracalla, AE of Pergamon, Mysia. 18.13 g. AVTKΡAT K M AYΡ ANTΩNEINOC, laureate, draped, cuirassed bust right / EΠI CTΡ M K AYΡEΛ ATTAΛOY ΠEΡΓAMHNΩN ΠΡΩTΩN Γ NEΩKOΡΩN, Asklepios, holding serpent-entwined staff, and Caracalla, holding patera and globe, standing facing each other, sacrificial animal between them. cf BMC 323 (obv. legend); von Fritze p. 73 and pl. VII, 17.TextImage
ELAGABALUS
SNG France II 2259Elagabalus, AE43 of Pergamon, Mysia. 36.0 g. AD 218-222. AYTO K M AYΡ ANTΩNEINOC, laureate, draped, cuirassed bust right, countermark; animal suckling infant (Howgego 318) / EΠI CTΡ TIB KΛ AΛEXANΔΡOY ΘEOΛO around, ΠEΡ-ΓA M-H NΩ-N in upper and lower fields, PRWTWN G N EWKORWN in two lines in exergue, Herkales standing right, holding raised club and lionskin, reaching for the belt of Hippolyte, standing left. SNG France 2259. This passive type of image for the labour to obtain the belt of Hippolyte is listed nowhere else.TextImage
GORDIAN III
RPC 174Gordian III, AE medallion of Pergamon, Mysia. 40.12 g. AVT K M ANT GORDIANOC, laureate, draped, cuirassed bust right / E&Πi;I C IOVΛ ΛOΓIC MOY ΠEΡΓAMHNΩN KAI NEIKOMHΔEΩN OMONOIA, Asklepios, holding serpent-entwined staff, standing right, facing Demeter, holding poppies and torch, standing left, foot on prow. Franke/Nollé 1633-1636; RPC 174.TextImage
GALLIENUS
BMC 347Gallienus AE 34mm of Pergamon, Mysia. Sextus Claudius Silianus, Asiarch. AVT K Π ΛIK ΓAΛΛIHNOC, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / EΠI CEX KΛ CEIΛI, ANO-V in two lines across upper field, ΠEΡΓAMHN-ΩN ΠΡΩTΩN Γ-NEΩK, Pergamus standing facing, head right, receiving ram's head from Hermes(?); open capsa (scroll case) on ground between.TextImage
SNG France 2302Gallienus, AE of Pergamon, Mysia, Homonia with Ephesus. 19.26 g. AVT K Π ΛIKI ΓAΛΛIHNOC C, laureate, draped, cuirassed bust right / EΠI CEX KΛ CEIΛIANOY ΠEΡΓAMHNΩN KAI EΦECIΩN OMON, Asklepios, holding serpent-entwined staff, standing facing beside Artemis Ephesia facing. Franke/Nollé 1592 corr. (this coin). SNG France 2302.TextImage
SNG France 2303Gallienus, AE of Pergamon, Mysia, Homonia with Ephesus. 14.13 g. AVT K Π ΛIK ΓAΛΛIHNOC, laureate head right, draped left shoulder / EΠ C KΛ CEIΛIANOY ΠEΡΓAMHNΩN EΦEΣIΩN OMONIA, Asklepios, holding serpent-entwined staff, standing facing on right, beside Artemis Ephesia facing, on left. Franke/Nollé 1620. (this coin); SNG France 2303.TextImage

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