Ancient Coinage of Phrygia, Tiberiopolis

In the Abbaitia area. Struck coins from the time of Claudius to Gordian III. Rarely with magistrate's names.

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BMC 4Tiberiopolis, Phrygia, AE18, semi-autonomous. AD 98-117. 3.60 g. IEΡA CYNKΛHTOC, draped bust of the Senate right / TIBEΡIOΠOΛEITΩN, Apollo standing left, holding branch and lyre. BMC 4; Aulock Phrygien II, 1161-1163.TextImage
BMC 5Tiberiopolis, Phrygia, AE18, semi-autonomous. AD 41-138. 3.16 g. BOYΛH, veiled head of Boule right / TIBEΡIOΠOΛEITΩN, Zeus standing left, holding eagle and sceptre. Aulock Phrygien II, 1213-1216; BMC 5; Waddington 6574; Ratto 4385.TextImage
SNG Cop 755Tiberiopolis, Phrygia, AE 23, 4.66g, 177-192 AD. ΔHMOC, unbearded, diademed, draped bust of Demos right / TIBEΡIOΠOΛEITΩN, Apollo, naked, standing, holding laurel branch in right hand and resting left hand on column. Aulock Phrygien 2 1209-1211; Weber 7199; SNG Cop. 755.TextImage
Aulock 1230Trajan, AE of Tiberiopolis, Phrygia. 98-117 AD. 5.33 g. AYTO NER TRAI KAI CEBAC GERM, laureate head right / (from top right) TIBEΡIOΠOΛEITΩN, cult image of Artemis Ephesia facing between two stags. Von Aulock Phrygien 1230-1233; Lindgren 1045 var.TextImage
BMC 12Sabina, AE19 of Tiberiopolis, Phrygia. AD 128-137. 4.35 g. CABEINA CEBAC, draped bust right / TIBEΡIOΠOΛITΩN, Artemis standing right, holding bow and drawing arrow from quiver at her shoulder, stag at foot right. BMC 12; Aulock Phrygia 1259-1277; SNG von Aulock 4028-4029; SNG Cop 756; SNG Tübingen 4205; McClean 8850; Waddington 6577; SNG Munich 500.TextImage
Aufhauser 9, 318Hadrian, AE of Tiberiopolis, Phrygia. 117-138 AD. 6.36 g. AVT KAI AΔΡIANOC, laureate, draped, cuirassed bust right / EΠI ΣΩΣΘEN TIBEΡI, Zeus seated left, holding patera and sceptre. Aulock Phrygien 1252 var (Zeus seated); Aufhauser 9, 318.TextImage
Aulock II 1248Hadrian, AE24 of Tiberiopolis, Phrygia. 117-138 AD. AVT AΔΡIANO, laureate and cuirassed bust right, with aegis / (from top right) EΠI CΩCΘENOYC AΡ, TIBE-ΡIO-Π downwards and upwards to left and right, Zeus, himation over lower limbs, standing left, holding patera and leaning on sceptre. von Aulock, Phrygien II, 1248; Cf. Lindgren 1046; BMC 11.TextImage
BMC 11Hadrian, AE20 of Tiberiopolis, Phrygia. AD 117-138. Magistrate Sosthenos. AYT K AΔΡIAN, laureate, draped bust right / EΠI ΣΩΣΘENOYΣ AΡ around, TIB-EΡI in fields, Zeus standing left, holding patera and sceptre. BMC 11; Aulock Phrygien II 1249-1251; Imhoof MG 163; Lindgren I 1046; RPC III, 2517.TextImage
GN 37, 548Hadrian, AE25 of Tiberiopolis, Phrygia. AD 117-138. 8.54 g. Magistrate Sosthenes. AY KAI AΔΡIANOC, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, with aegis / EΠI T AIΛIOY CΩCΘEN around, TIBE upwards in left field, Apollo standing half left, raising right arm and leaning on column. Gitbud-Naumann 37, 548; BMC 10 var (rev legend); Aulock, Phrygien II, 1239-1247 var (ditto); RPC III 2516 var (ditto).TextImage
RPC 2515 corrHadrian, AE17 of Tiberiopolis, Phrygia. Magistrate Sosthenes. AD 117-138. 2.46 g. AYTOK TΡAI AΔΡIANOC, radiate head right / EΠI CΩCΘENOY TIBEΡIO, Apollo standing left, holding laurel branch and resting left hand on lyre at foot right. RPC III 2515 corr.(rev legend); Paris 2169.TextImage
RPC 2516Hadrian, AE24 of Tiberiopolis, Phrygia. Magistrate Ail. Flav. Sosthenes. AD 117-138. 12.96 g. AYT KAI AΔΡIANOC, laureate, cuirassed bust right with aegis on shoulder / EΠI T AIΛI CΩCΘEN TIBEΡIOΠ, Apollo standing left, holding laurel branch and leaning left arm on a column. RPC III 2516; Paris 2168.TextImage
BMC 17Caracalla, AE of Tiberiopolis, Phrygia, 3.51 g. AYT K M AVR ANTWNEINOC, laureate head right / TIBERIOPOLEITWN, Asklepios standing facing, resting on serpent-entwined staff. SNG Cop. 757; Von Aulock Phrygien 1294-1301; Waddington 6580; BMC 17.TextImage
BMC 19Gordian III, AE32 of Tiberiopolis, Phrygia. AD 238-244. 18.04 g. Magistrate Pontikos. AYT M ANT ΓOΡΔIANOC, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / EΠI AΡC ΠONTIKOY TIBEΡIOΠOΛITΩN, tetrastyle temple with statue of Artemis Ephesia standing front within, between two stags. Aulock Phrygien II 1303 (this coin); SNG von Aulock 4032; BMC 19; Waddington 6581.TextImage
RPC VII 261Tranquillina, AE28 of Tiberiopolis, Phrygia. AD 241-244. 13.26 g. Magistrate Aur. Pontikos. TΡANKYΛΛEINA CEBAT, draped bust right / EΠ AΡC ΠONTIKOY TIBEΡEIOΠOΛITΩN, Zeus standing left, holding eagle and sceptre. RPC VII, 261; von Aulock, Phrygien II, 1318-1323 var ("Poseidon with dolphin and trident").TextImage

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