Ancient Coinage of Phrygia, Eriza

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Eriza, a small town in southern Phrygia (renamed Karahüyük by the Turks), in the lower Indus valley between Cibyra and Themisonium.
CITY AND SEMI-AUTONOMOUS COINAGE
Aulock 259ffEriza, Phrygia, AE22, civic issue, 200-10 BC. Bearded head of Zeus or Poseidon right, hair in a taenia / EΡIZHNΩN, eagle standing right on thunderbolt, wings spread. Aulock Phrygien I, 259-271; SNG von Aulock 3571 and 8361; Weber 7086; SNG Cop 364; SNG Munich 192; Waddington 2337.TextImage
Aulock 276Eriza, Phrygia, AE16. 1-64 g. 200-10 BC. Horseman right / EΡIZHNΩN, Athena Keraunos standing right, aiming spear held in right hand. Aulock Phrygien 1 276; Hunter 1.TextImage
Heidelberger 64, 1155Eriza, Phrygia. AE After 116 BC. Roman times. 7,75 g. BOYΛH, veiled head of Boule right / EΡI-ZH-NΩN, four grain-ears bound together. Apparently unpublished. Heidelberger 64, lot 1155.TextImage
COMMODUS
Nolle, Eriza 47Commodus, AE28 of Eriza, Phrygia, 15.42 g. AD 180-192. Magistrate Tiberius Claudius Pardalas. AY AYΡ KOMOΔOC KAICAΡ ANTΩNEIN, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / ΓΡA TI KΛAYΔIO ΠAΡΔAΛA EΡIZHNΩN, The great god Sozon riding right, holding bipennis. Nollé 47 ff in "Eriza und Themisonion, Gephyra 6".TextImage
GETA
BMC 4Geta, AE18 of Eriza, Phrygia. AD 198-209. 3.3 g. Λ CEΠ ΓETAC K, bare-headed, draped bust right / EΡIZHNΩN, cult image of Artemis Ephesia standing facing, wearing polos and veil. Aulock Phrygien I 302-307; BMC 4; Imhoof KM 2; SNG Cop 365.TextImage

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