Ancient Coinage of Pisidia, Etenna

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CITY AND SEMI-AUTONOMOUS COINAGE
BMC 1-3Etenna, Pisidia. AE14, civic issue, 100-1 BC. Two male figures running side-by-side, one holding a harpa, the other brandishing a bipennis. / ET-EN, nymph walking right, holding an upright serpent. Oenochoe in left field. BMC 1-3; SNG von Aulock 5017; Aulock Pisidien II, 403-459; Imhoof KM 8-9; Waddington 3723; Paris 391-392; SNG France III, 1531-1533; Weber 3792; SNG Cop 148; Prowe III 2048; SNG Righetti 1404.TextImage
Sear 5459Etenna, Pisidia. AE14, civic issue, 100-1 BC. Two male figures running side-by-side, one holding a harpa, the other brandishing a bipennis. / ET-EN, nymph walking right, holding an upright serpent. Oenochoe in left field. BMC 1-3; SNG von Aulock 5017; Aulock Pisidien II, 403-459; Imhoof KM 8-9; Waddington 3723; Paris 391-392; SNG France III, 1531-1533; Weber 3792; SNG Cop 148; Prowe III 2048; SNG Righetti 1404.TextImage
SNG Cop 146Etenna, Pisidia, AE15. Circa 1st Century BC. Nymph walking 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
SNG Cop 148Etenna, Pisidia. AE14, civic issue, 100-1 BC. Two male figures running side-by-side, one holding a harpa, the other brandishing a bipennis. / ET-EN, nymph walking right, holding an upright serpent. Oenochoe in left field. BMC 1-3; SNG von Aulock 5017; Aulock Pisidien II, 403-459; Imhoof KM 8-9; Waddington 3723 etc. 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
Von Aulock
PII 422
Etenna, Pisidia. AE16, civic issue, 100-1 BC. Two male figures running side-by-side, one holding a harpa, the other brandishing a bipennis. / ET-EN, nymph walking right, holding an upright serpent. Oenochoe in left field. BMC 1-3; SNG von Aulock 5017; Aulock Pisidien II, 403-459; Imhoof KM 8-9; Waddington 3723 etc.TextImage
Von Aulock
PII 425
Etenna, Pisidia. AE16, civic issue, 100-1 BC. Two male figures running side-by-side, one holding a harpa, the other brandishing a bipennis. / ET-EN, nymph walking right, holding an upright serpent. Oenochoe in left field. BMC 1-3; SNG von Aulock 5017; Aulock Pisidien II, 403-459; Imhoof KM 8-9; Waddington 3723 etc. TextImage
vonAulock 433Etenna, Pisidia. AE15, civic issue, 100-1 BC. Two male figures running side-by-side, one holding a harpa, the other brandishing a bipennis. / ET-EN, nymph walking right, holding an upright serpent. Oenochoe in left field. BMC 1-3; SNG von Aulock 5017; Aulock Pisidien II, 403-459; Imhoof KM 8-9; Waddington 3723 etc. TextImage
MARCUS AURELIUS
vA Pisidien 531Marcus Aurelius, AE23 of Etenna, Pisidia. 7.2 g. AYTOKΡ M AY] ANTΩ, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. / ETENNEωN, Demeter standing left, holding two long transverse torches, (poppy and two corn ears to left), cista with closed lid to right. von Aulock Pisidien 531; Imhoof KM Additions, 237.TextImage
FAUSTINA II
BMC 6Faustina II. AE. Etenna, Pisidia. (from top right) ΦAYCTINA CEBACTH, draped bust left / ETENNEΩN, 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. ΦAYCTINA CEBACTH, draped bust left / ETENNEΩN, 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. ΦAYCTINA CEBACTH, Draped bust left / ETENNEΩN, 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. ΦAYCTINA CEBACTE, draped bust left / ETENNEΩN, 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
JULIA DOMNA
Aulock Pisidien II, 545Julia Domna, AE of Etenna, Pisidia. AD 193-217. 8.97 g. IOYΛIA ΔOMNA CEBACTH, draped bust right. / ETENNEΩN, Hera standing left, holding sceptre. Aulock Pisidien II 545-549.TextImage
Imhoof KM 10Julia Domna, AE of Etenna, Pisidia. AD 193-217. 8.94 g. IOYΛIA ΔOMNA CEBACTH, draped bust right. / ETENNEΩN, Demeter standing left, holding two torches forwards, between a coiled serpent before her and a cista mystica behind her. Imhoof KM 10; Aulock Pisidien II, 544.TextImage
CARACALLA
Aulock 550Caracalla (or Elagabalus?), AE30 of Etenna, Pisidia. 218-222 AD. 16.42 gr. AY KAI M AYΡHΛIOC ANTΩNEINO, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / ETENNEΩN, 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. ..ANTΩNINOC, laureate, draped bust right / ETENNEΩN, Tyche, wearing chiton and peplos, standing left, holding rudder and cornucopiae. TextImage
JULIA MAESA
Aulock Pisid. II, 575Julia Maesa, AE36 of Etenna, Pisidia. AD 218-223. IOYΛIA MAICA CEB, draped bust right. / ETENNEΩN, Tyche sitting right on a cista mystica with a second cista before her. Aulock Pisidien II 575-577; Fontana 12 in RIN 1966; RPC 6011; Rauch 23 in Berliner Blätter.TextImage
JULIA SOAEMIAS
Falghera 1774Julia Soaemias, AE30 of Etenna, Pisidia. AD 218-222. 12 g. IOYΛ COAIMIΔA CEB, draped bust right. / ETENNEΩN, Nymph walking right, looking left, being attacked by a serpent, hound at foot, a naked young male figure standing facing at her side, right hand towards his head. Falghera 1774, otherwise unpublished.TextImage
RN 4, 2267Julia Soaemias, AE24 of Etenna, Pisidia. AD 218-222. 9.92 g. IOYΛ COAIMIΔA CEB, draped bust right. / ETENNEΩN, Tyche standing left, holding rudder and cornucopiae. Unpublished. RN 4, 2267.TextImage
SEVERUS ALEXANDER
Aufhauser 6, 480Severus Alexander, AE of Etenna, Pisidia, 222-235 AD. 5.09 g. A K M AY CEOYH AΛEXANΔΡ CE, laureate, draped, cuirassed bust right / ETENNEΩN, Demeter walking right, holding two torches downwards, basket behind her. Unpublished. Aufhauser 6, 480.TextImage
RPC VI 6038Severus Alexander AE32 of Etenna, Pisidia. 11.35 g. AY K M AYΡ CEY AΛEΞANΔΡOC CEB, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. / ETENNEΩN, Apollo, naked, standing half right, holding laurel branch over lyre in left field, and a serpent over an altar in right field. RPC VI, 6038; Paris 2001.206.TextImage
MAXIMUS
Aulock 626Maximinus, AE18 of Etenna, Pisidia. 235-238 AD. 4.25 gr. Γ I OYH MAΞIMOC, draped bust right / ETENNEΩN, goat standing right. Aulock Pisidien 2 626-627.TextImage
TRANQUILLINA
Aulock 633Tranquillina, AE33 of Etenna, Pisidia. CAB TΡANKYΛΛEINA, draped bust right, with stephane / ETENNEΩN, 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 IOVΛ ΦIΛIΠΠOC CEB, laureate, draped, cuirassed bust right / ETENNEΩN, woman with serpent behind her, running left, looking right. cf Von Aulock Pisidien 664 (Philip II, same rev. die).TextImage
SALONINA
BMC 11Salonina, AE30 of Etenna, Pisidia. AD 254-268. 19.39 g. 10 Assaria. KOΡNHΛIA CAΛΩNINA CEBA, draped bust right, wearing stephane, Value mark IA in right field. / ETENNEΩN, Maenad-like female walking right, looking left, holding coiled serpent, Dionysos, naked, standing front before her, right hand on his head, panther at foot left. BMC 11; Imhoof KM 371; SNG Paris 1561-1562; SNG von Aulock 679-680; Bernhart 1035.TextImage
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