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Ancient Coinage of Pisidia, Etenna

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CITY AND SEMI-AUTONOMOUS COINAGE
BMC 2Pisidia: Etenna. 1st Century BC. Bronze 14mm. Two male figures running side-by-side, brandishing crooked knives / Female figure advancing right, grappling with snake which attacks her. TextImage
Sear #5459Etenna, Pisidia, AE19. c.1st century BC, Two men battling left, with crooked knives / Nymph advancing right, ET EN in fields. BMC1, SNGvA 403. TextImage
SNG Cop 146Etenna, Pisidia, AE15. Circa 1st Century BC. Nymph advancing right, wearing long chiton, entwined by serpent. Overturned amphora to left / ET-EN to left and right of crooked knife or sickle. SNG Cop 146; Von Aulock, Pis. II, 78, 489. SNG BN Paris 1536. TextImage
SNGCop 148Pisidia, Etenna. Circa 1st century BC. AE 18mm. Two men running left with curved knives / Female figure advancing right; coiled snake before her. TextImage
SNG Paris 1536AE17 of Etenna, Pisidia. 100-0 BC. Female figure standing right, holding serpent / ET-E(N), curved knife. SNG Paris 1536.TextImage
VonAulock
PII 422
Etenna, Pisida, AE18, 4.55 gr, 100 BC. Two male figures standing side by side, naked except for mantles over shoulders, one brandishing a bipennis (double axe), the other a crooked knife. ET-EN, Nymph, wearing long chiton, walking right, holding serpent in her arms, overturned kantharus on ground behind her. von Aulock 422; SNG France 3, 1531.TextImage
VonAulock
PII 425
Etenna AE16. Mid 4th century BC. Two male figures standing side by side, naked except for mantles over shoulders, one brandishing a bipennis (double axe), the other a crooked knife / ET-EN, Female figure standing or walking right, looking back, holding out a protective hand against a serpent uncoiling from bottom left to top right. Overturned urn below. Von Aulock, Pisidien II, 425ff. TextImage
vonAulock 433Etenna, Pisidia. AE15. 1st C. BC. Two male figures, naked, chlamys over shoulders, each holding bipennis (double axe) and sickle or crooked knives, running side-by-side / Female figure advancing right, grappling with snake which is rearing up, attacking her. Overturned amphora to left. Von Aulock, Pisidia II, 433; SNG BN Paris 1533. TextImage
FAUSTINA II
BMC 6Faustina II. AE. Etenna, Pisidia. (from top right) FAUSTINA CEBACTH, draped bust left / ETENNEWN, Tyche, wearing chiton and peplos, standing left, holding rudder and cornucopiae. BMC 6; Von Aulock Pisidia, 533.TextImage
Fox 116308Faustina II, AE23 of Etenna, Pisidia. AD 161–175. 5.18 g. FAYCTINA CEBACTH, draped bust left / ETEN–NEWN, Apollo (?), standing left by tripod, chlamys(?) draped over his left arm, holding a branch(?) with his right hand over altar (or ram?) at foot. Poss. unpublished. Mark Fox Coll. 116308.TextImage
SNG France 1543Faustina II, AE24 of Etenna, Pisidia. AD 175. 7.60 g. FAYCTINA CEBACTH, Draped bust left / ETENNEWN, Hera standing half left, holding sceptre. SNG France 1543; Aulock, Pisidien II, 537.TextImage
SNG Pfalz 213Faustina II, AE of Etenna, Pisidia. 7.99 gr. FAUCTINA CEBACTE, draped bust left / ETENNEWN, Two male figures standing side by side, naked except for mantles over shoulders, holding scythes or crooked knives. SNG Pfalz 213; SNG Leypold 2047.TextImage
CARACALLA
Aulock 550Caracalla (or Elagabalus?), AE30 of Etenna, Pisidia. 218-222 AD. 16.42 gr. AY KAI M AURHLIOC ANTWNEINO, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / ETENNEWN, Zeus enthroned facing, head right, holding sceptre in right hand, left hand lowered towards an eagle to right. Aulock Pisidien 2, 550-551; Imhoof MG 80 (both Caracalla).TextImage
ELAGABALUS
SNG v. Aulock 569Elagabalus AE of Etenna, Pisidia. ..ANTONINOC, laureate, draped bust right / ETENNEWN, Tyche, wearing chiton and peplos, standing left, holding rudder and cornucopiae. TextImage
SEVERUS ALEXANDER
Aufhauser 6, 480Severus Alexander, AE of Etenna, Pisidia, 222-235 AD. 5.09 g. A K M AU CEOVH ALEXANDR CE, laureate, draped, cuirassed bust right / ETENNEWN, Demeter advancing right, holding two torches downwards, basket behind her. Unpublished. Aufhauser 6, 480.TextImage
MAXIMUS
Aulock 626Maximinus, AE18 of Etenna, Pisidia. 235-238 AD. 4.25 gr. G I OYH MAXIMOC, draped bust right / ETENNEWN, goat standing right. Aulock Pisidien 2 626-627.TextImage
TRANQUILLINA
Aulock 633Tranquillina, AE33 of Etenna, Pisidia. CAB TPANKYLLEINA, draped bust right, with stephane / ETENNEWN, Tyche seated left on rock. von Aulock, Pisidiens, 633.TextImage
PHILIP I
Aulock 664cfPhilip I, AE of Etenna, Pisidia, 244 - 249 AD. 5.09 g. AV K M IOVL FILIPPOC CEB, laureate, draped, cuirassed bust right / ETENNEWN, woman with serpent behind her, running left, looking right. cf Von Aulock Pisidien 664 (Philip II, same rev. die).TextImage
See also: Perseus Project database, coins of Etennna
Entry for Pisidia, Etenna on the Digital Historia Numorum
Search for Etenna in the British SNG Volumes' Database at the Fitzwilliam Museum

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