Ancient Coinage of Numidia

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Mazard 23
Sear #6596
Kingdom of Numidia, Micipsa (?) AE27. ca 148-118 BC. Laureate & bearded head left / horse galloping left, Punic "MN" below. SNG Cop 510, Mazard 23, Müller 25. TextImage
Mazard 26Numidia, Kings of, Micipsa Lead 26mm. Circa 148-118 BC. Laureate head left / Horse prancing left. SNG Copenhagen 518. TextImage
Mazard 43
Sear #6594
Kings of Numidia. Micipsa (?). ca 148-118 BC. AE 33mm. Laureate & bearded head left / Horse standing left; caduceus behind. SNG Cop 494; Mazard 43; Müller 20. TextImage
Mazard 45Numidia, Kings of. Micipsa. ca 148-118 BC. AE 25mm. Laureate and bearded male head left / Horse rearing left; pellet below. TextImage
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Mazard 50Numidia, Kings of. Micipsa. Circa 148-118 BC. AE 27mm (14.00 gm). Laureate, bearded head left / Prancing horse left; pellet below. SNG Copenhagen 505; Mazard 50; Müller 32. TextImage
Mazard 60Kings Of Numidia. Massinissa or Micipsa. 203-148 BC or 148-118 BC. AE Half Unit 22mm, 7.10 g. Siga mint. Diademed head left / Horse rearing left; filleted palm frond in background; Punic MN below. MAA 23; Mazard 60; SNG Copenhagen 499-501.TextImage
Mazard 62
Sear #6599
Numidia, Kings of. Micipsa (?). ca 148-118 BC. AE 14mm. Diademed & bearded head left / Horse galloping left; pellet below. SNG Cop 503, Mazard 62, Müller 35. TextImage
Mazard 66Numidia, Kings of. Adherbal (?). ca 118-112 BC. AE 25mm. Diademed & bearded head left / Horse prancing left; star above, pellet below. Müller 40, SNGCop 498. TextImage
Mazard 84
Sear #6607
Kingdom of Numidia, Juba I AR Denarius. 60-46 BC. REX •IVBA, diademed and draped bust right, sceptre over right shoulder / Octostyle temple; neo-Punic legends surround. SNG Cop 523. TextImage
Mazard 93
Sear #6614
Kings of Numidia. Juba I. ca 60-46 BC. AE 23mm. Head of Numidia right, in elephant's skin headdress / Lion walking right, head facing, Punic "SYWBI'Y HMMLKTI'Y" above. SNG Cop 532-533; Mazard 93; Müller 58. TextImage
Mazard 343Numidia. Juba II, with Cleopatra Selene. 25 BC-23 AD. AR Denarius (18mm, 2.78 gm). Struck ca 16-17 AD. REX IVBA, diademed head right / KΛEOΠATΡA BA-CIΛI-CCA, crocodile left. Cf. MAA pg. 417, 104; Mazard 343; SNG Copenhagen 592 (same reverse die).TextImage
Mazard 524Numidia, Cirta. 2nd-1st century BC. AE 33mm (25.11 g). Turreted head of Tyche right, countermark: caduceus in incuse circle / City gate with two arched doorways. Lindgren III 1625; Mazard 524.TextImage
Mazard 537Rusicade, Numidia, ca. 100-50 BC. AE 29mm; 16.9g. Jugate busts of the Dioskuri right / Two horses standing right. Mazard 537; Laffaille 646.TextImage
SNGCop 496Kings Of Numidia. Massinissa or Micipsa. 203-148 BC or 148-118 BC. AE 23mm 8.84 g. Siga mint. Diademed head left / Horse standing left, foreleg raised; star above, three dots below. MAA 25a; SNG Copenhagen 498.TextImage
SNGCop 502Kings Of Numidia. Massinissa or Micipsa. 203-148 BC or 148-118 BC. AE 17mm 3.40 g. Diademed head left / Horse standing left; crescent and dot above. MAA 19; SNG Copenhagen 502.TextImage
SNGCop 505Kingdom of Numidia, Micipsa. Circa 148-118 BC. AE 27mm. Laureate bust left / Prancing horse left; pellet below. SNG Copenhagen 505; Mazard 50. TextImage
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SNGCop 514Kings Of Numidia. Massinissa or Micipsa. 203-148 BC or 148-118 BC. AE Unit (26mm, 12.88 g, 12h). Laureate head left / Horse leaping left; Punic "MN" below; on horse’s body, horned and bearded head of Ammon left within incuse square countermark. MAA 12a; SNG Copenhagen 514-5.TextImage
SNGCop 515cfNumidia, Masinissa & successors AE26. 148-118 BC. Bearded male head / Horse standing left. TextImage
SNGCop 523Kings Of Numidia. Juba I. Circa 60-46 BC. AR Denarius (18mm, 3.06 g). REX IVBA, Diademed and draped bust right, sceptre over shoulder / Octastyle temple on base with steps. MAA 29; SNG Copenhagen 523.TextImage
SNGCop 532Kings Of Numidia. Juba I. Circa 60-46 BC. AE 21mm, 9.48 g. Cirta mint. Head of Africa right, wearing elephant skin / Lion walking right. MAA 36; SNG Copenhagen 532.TextImage
SNGCop 571Kings of Numidia. Juba II and Cleopatra Selene. Married 11 AD. AR Denarius (2.87 gm). REX IVBA, diademed, youthful head right / BA-CIΛI-CC KΛEOΠATΡ, head-dress of Isis and sistrum. Mazard 309 var. (rev. legend); SNG Copenhagen 571-572.TextImage
Sear #6594Kings of Numidia. Micipsa (?). ca 148-118 BC. AE 33mm. Laureate & bearded head left / Horse standing left; caduceus behind. SNG Cop 494; Mazard 43; Müller 20. TextImage
Sear #6596Kingdom of Numidia, Micipsa (?) AE27. ca 148-118 BC. Laureate & bearded head left / horse galloping left, Punic MN below. SNG Cop 510, Mazard 23, Müller 25.
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Sear #6597Kingdom of Numidia, Micipsa, c148-118 BC, AE28. Laureate, bearded head left. / Prancing horse left, pellet below.
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Sear #6599Kings of Numidia. Micipsa (?). ca 148-118 BC. AE 14mm. Diademed & bearded head left / Horse galloping left; pellet below. SNG Cop 503, Mazard 62, Müller 35.TextImage
Sear #6607Kingdom of Numidia, Juba I AR Denarius. 60-46 BC. REX •IVBA, diademed and draped bust right, scepter over right shoulder / Octostyle temple; neo-Punic legends surround. SNGCop 523.
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Sear #6614NUMIDIA, Kings of. Juba I. ca 60-46 BC. AE 23mm. Head of Numidia right, in elephant's skin headdress / Lion walking right, head facing, Punic SYWBIY HMMLKTIY above. SNG Cop 532-533; Mazard 93; Müller 58.TextImage
AUGUSTUS
RPC 701Numidia, Cirta. Augustus. 27 BC-AD 14. AE Sestertius 20.61 g. P. Sittius Mugonianus, quattuorvir. Conjoined heads of Honor and Virtus right / Bare male head right. RPC 701.3 (this coin); MAA 131.TextImage
RPC 706Numidia, Cirta. Augustus. 27 BC-AD 14. AE 28mm, 12.04 g. Struck circa AD 10. Bare head of Augustus left / Bare head of Tiberius right. RPC 706.4 (this coin).TextImage
RPC 707Numidia, Cirta Nova (Sicca). Augustus, with Tiberius. 27 BC-14 AD. AE Dupondius 25mm, 10.60 g. Struck ca AD 10. Bare head of Augustus right / Bare head of Tiberius right. RPC I 707; SNG Copenhagen 446.TextImage
RPC 708Numidia, Cirta Nova (Sicca)(?). Augustus, with Divus Julius Caesar(?). 27 BC-AD 14. AE As 5.24 g. Struck ca 8 BC-10 AD. (from lower right) AVG D P Q C C I C D D P P, Bare head of Augustus right / M T F M M A II VIR CON, Veiled and laureate head of Divus Julius(?) left. RPC 708.6; MAA 101 (Carthage).TextImage
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