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Ancient Coinage of Pamphylia, Attaleia


Note: To distinguish between the coins of Attaleia Pamphylia and Attaleia Lydia, see how the city name is shown on the coin: Pamphylia: ATTAΛEΩN. Lydia: ATTALEATWN.

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CITY AND SEMI-AUTONOMOUS COINAGE
Arminius, FAC 618208Very possibly Attaleia, Pamphylia, AE10, 1sr c. BC. 1.06 g. Owl standing half-left, head facing, wings spread / AT..., dolphin. Apparently unpublished obv/rev pairing. Not in Baydur, Isegrim, Mionnet, SNG von Aulock, France III (cf SNG France III, 222 below, for owl image), Cop, Leipzig, Munich, Turkey etc. Arminius, Forum Ancient Coins, message 618208.TextImage
Baydur 110Attaleia, Pamphylia, AE, 2.97 g. 1st c. BC. Head of Poseidon right, hair bound in a taenia / ATTA-LEWN, Nike walking left, holding wreath and palm branch. SNG France 3, 230; Baydur 100ff.TextImage
BSA 7Attaleia, Pamphylia, AE. 2nd century BC. Helmeted head of Athena right / ATTAΛEΩN to right of Zeus seated left. BSA 16 (British School of Athens, 1909-10), p. 131, 7.TextImage
CNG 862368Attalea, Pamphylia. Autonomous issue. AE 15. 200-0 BC. 3.35 gr. Diademed head of Poseidon left / ATTALEWN, Nike advancing left, holding wreath. Unpublished. CNG 862368.TextImage
SNG France 3, 222Attaleia, Pamphylia, AE, 1,52 g. 2nd-1st c. BC. Owl standing half-left, head facing, wings spread / ATTAΛEΩN, rudder. SNG France 3, 222; Paris 1971.376.TextImage
SNG vA 4615Pamphylia, Attaleia, 15mm, 2.26g. Draped bust of Poseidon left, holding trident around which dolphin is entwined / ATTALEWN, Nike advancing right, holding wreath and palm branch. SNG von Aulock 4615.TextImage
CLAUDIUS
RPC 3366Claudius, AE19 of Attalea, Pamphylia. 41.54 AD. 4.44 gr. Bare head of Claudius left / ATTAΛEΩN, helmeted head of Athena right wearing crested Corinthian helmet. RPC I 3366; BMC 13; Baydur 157; Istanbul 7726.TextImage
DOMITIAN
RPC 1507Domitian, AE of Attaleia, Pamphylia. 81-96 AD. 5.65 g. Laureate head right / from lower right, ATTAΛEΩN, helmeted bust of Athena right, with aegis. RPC 1507; SNG Cop. 284; Baydur 181.TextImage
HADRIAN
SNG Cop 286Hadrian AE of Attaleia, Pamphylia. 117-138 AD. 5.05 g. ADRIANOC KAICAR, laureate, cuirassed bust right / ATTAΛEΩN, helmeted bust of Athena right, wearing aegis. Baydur 192; SNG Cop 286.TextImage
MARCUS AURELIUS
Baydur 242Marcus Aurelius AE34 of Attaleia, Pamphylia. Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / ATTAΛEΩN, Dionysos, holding thrysus, riding right, in cart pulled by two panthers, satyr crouching behind, Marsyus, playing double flute, leading the procession.TextImage
COMMODUS
Baydur 265Commodus, AE24 of Attaleia, Pamphylia. (retrograde from lower right) AYTO KAICAR KOMMODOC, youthful, laureate, draped bust left / ATT-ALE-WN (N retrograde), tetrastyle temple with Athena standing left within, holding Nike and spear, owl at foot left, shield behind her. Baydur 265; Istanbul 7734.TextImage
BMC 21 Commodus AE17 of Attaleia, Pamphylia. AVT K .. CA - KOMMODO, laureate head right / ATTALEWN, draped bust of Serapis left, wearing modius. Baydur 257-63, BMC 21. TextImage
SEPTIMIUS SEVERUS
Vossen 10492Septimius Severus, AE17 of Attaleia, Pamphylia. 2.67 gr. 193-211 AD. AYT K CEP CEYHROC, laureate head right / ATTALEWN, Herakles standing right, looking left, holding lionskin over left arm and resting on club. Apparently unpublished. Vossen 10492.TextImage
CARACALLA
SNG Cop 288cfCaracalla AE20 of Attaleia, Pamphylia. AV K M AVP ANTWNINO, laureate head right / ATTAΛEΩN, bust of Athena left wearing crested Corinthian helmet. Cf SNGCop 288 of Aurelius.TextImage
TRANQUILLINA
Baydur 311Tranquillina, AE27 of Attaleia, Pamphylia. AD 243-244. Φ CA TΡANKYΛΛEINA, draped bust right, wearing stephane, on crescent / ATTAΛEΩN, Athena standing left, holding spear, shield at her side. Baydur 311; Paris 208; Waddington 3285; SNG France III, 276.TextImage
HOSTILIAN
Baydur 321Hostilian, AE of Attaleia, Pamphylia. AD 250. GOYOC M KYINTOC KAI, laureate, draped, cuirassed bust right / ATTAΛEΩN, Athena standing left, holding Nike, spear and shield. Baydur 321; SNG Cop. 292; Mionnet VII,56; SNG France 3, 280.TextImage
TREBONIANUS GALLUS
Baydur 332Trebonianus Gallus, AE of Attaleia, Pamphylia. AD 251-253. 6.12 g. AV K E G OVIB TREBW GALLON, laureate, draped, cuirassed bust right / ATTAΛEΩN, Nemesis standing left, holding bridle and cubit rule, griffin and wheel at foot. Baydur 332; SNG von Aulock 4629.TextImage
See also: Entry for Attaleia in Pamphylia on the Digital Historia Numorum
Search for Attalia in the British SNG Volumes' Database at the Fitzwilliam Museum
Search for Attalia in the ANS Database

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