Ancient Coinage of Phrygia, Dionysopolis

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CITY AND SEMI-AUTONOMOUS COINAGE
Aulock Phrygien II, 5Dionysopolis, Phrygia. AE15, 3.53 gr. Bearded head of Herakles? right / ΔIONYΣ-OΠOΛ, cornucopiae. Aulock, Phrygien II, 5.TextImage
Aulock Phrygien II, 83Dionysopolis, Phrygia, AE18, semi-autonomous issue. AD 193-217. Draped bust of Dionysus right, wreathed with ivy / ΔIONYCOΠOΛEITΩN, Pan walking right, holding bunch of grapes and pedum over shoulder. Aulock Phrygien II, 83-86; SNG Cop 345; Mionnet Supp VII,309.TextImage
BMC 3Dionysopolis, Phrygia, AE22, civic issue. 100-1 BC. Head of Dionysos right, wreathed with ivy, thyrsos behind shoulder / ΔIONYΣOΠ MENEKΛ BIANO, Dionysos, wearing long robe, standing left, holding bunch of grapes and thyrsos, panther at foot. BMC 3-4; SNG Cop 343; Aulock Phrygien II, 6-11; SNG von Aulock 8352.TextImage
BMC 5Dionysopolis, Phrygia, AE22, autonomous issue, 100-10 BC. Draped bust of youthful Dionysos right, wreathed with ivy, thyrsos behind shoulder / IOΛΛAΣ MHNOΔO ΔIONYΣOΠ to left and right of Dionysos in long robe, standing left, holding bunch of grapes and thyrsos, panther at foot left. BMC 5; Aulock Phrygien 18-23; SNG von Aulock 3535; Waddington 5931.TextImage
BMC 8Dionysopolis, Phrygia, AE26.6 mm, Quasi-autonomous, Time of Severus, 193-211 AD. ΔHMOC, youthful, unbearded, laureate head of Demos right / ΔIONYCOΠOΛEITΩN, Asklepios standing facing, head left, resting on serpent-entwined staff; to left, Telesphorus standing facing, wearing hooded cloak. BMC 8.TextImage
BMC 9Dionysopolis, Phrygia. AE23, Pseudo-autonomous issue, ca. 193-217 AD. IEΡA BOYΛH, draped and veiled bust of Boule right / ΔIONYCOΠOΛEITΩN, cult statue of Artemis Ephesia standing facing. Aulock Phrygien II 80; BMC 9; Waddington 5934.TextImage
TIBERIUS
RPC 3118Tiberius AE18mm of Dionysopolis, Phrygia. Aristos Ariston, magistrate. ΣEBAΣTOΣ, bare head right / ΔIONYΣO-ΠOΛITΩN AΡI-ΣTOΣ AΡIΣTΩN, Dionysos, in long robe, standing left, holding grapes and thyrsos.TextImage
RPC 3120Tiberius, AE18 of Dionysopolis, Phrygia. AD 14-37. 4.51 g. ΣEBAΣTOΣ, bare head right / ΔIONYΣOΠOΛITΩN XAΡIXENOΣ XAΡ TOY XAΡ to left and right of Dionysos, in long robe, standing left, holding thyrsos and bunch of grapes. RPC I 3120; Aulock Phrygien 118-120; SNG Fitz. 4965.TextImage
RPC Supp 3122ATiberius, AE18 of Dionysopolis, Phrygia. AD 14-37. Magistrate Potamon Theodorus?. ΣEBAΣTOΣ, bare head right / ΔIONYΣOΠOΛEITΩN ΠOTAMΩN ΘEOΩΔOΡΩ, Dionysus in long robe, standing left, holding thyrsus and bunch of grapes. RPC Supp. 3122A.TextImage
SEPTIMIUS SEVERUS
Aulock Phryg. 136Septimius Severus, AE39 of Dionysopolis, Phrygia. Magistrate Chares II. 37.13 g. AVT KAI Λ CEΠT CEOYHΡOC ΠEΡTINAX, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / XAΡHC B IEΡEYC ΔIONYCOY ANEΘHKEN ΔIONYCOΠOΛEITΩN to left, right and beneath Dionysos, loins draped, seated left, holding kantharos and thyrsos, panther at foot left, satyr with pedum at upper left. Aulock Phrygien 136; Babelon 18 in RN 1892.TextImage
JULIA DOMNA
BMC 21Julia Domna, AE of Dionysopolis, Phrygia. 15.55 gr. IOVΛIA ΔOMNA CEBACT, draped bust right / ΔIONYCOΠOΛEITΩN CAΡHC B ANEΘHKEN, Demeter, veiled, standing facing, holding two torches, Telesphoros at foot left. BMC 21; Von Aulock 141.TextImage
JULIA MAESA
BMC 27Julia Maesa AE22 of Dionysopolis, Phrygia. IOVΛIA MIACA CEB, draped bust right / ΔIONYCOΠOΛEITΩNCult image of Artemis Ephesia standing front, wearing polos and veil, with supports. BMC 27; Aulock Phrygien II, 160-164; Waddington 5943.TextImage
See also: Entry for dionysopolis on the Digital Historia Numorum

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