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Ancient Coinage of Syria, Decapolis, Canatha

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CLAUDIUS
RPC 4838
Spij. 3
Claudius, AE of Canatha, Decapolis of Syria. 49-50 AD. No legend, laureate head of Claudius left, star before, acrostolium behind / KANATHNWN BIR (date 112) to left and right of veiled and turreted head of Tyche left. RPC 4838; Spijkerman 3.TextImage
DOMITIAN
RPC 2092Domitian AE13 of Canatha in the Decapolis. 93/94 AD. DOMITI KAICAP, laureate head left / KANATA ZNP, turreted bust Tyche left. Rosenberger 3, Spijkerman 4. TextImage
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COMMODUS
Spij. 7Commodus, AE26 of Canatha, Syrian Decapolis. Year 253 (190 AD.) AVT K M ANTO KOM, laureate head right / GABIN KANAQA, GNC (date), Dionysos standing left, panther at his feet to left. Rosenberger 5, Spijkerman 7; Meshorer 209; SNG ANS 1265-6; Hendin 842.TextImage
Spij. 8Commodus AE 14.3 of of Canatha in the Syrian Decapolis. Laureate bust right / bust of Athena right wearing crested helmet. Spijkerman 8.TextImage
See also:Entry for Canatha on the Digital Historia Numorum
Search for Canatha in the British SNG Volumes' Database at the Fitzwilliam Museum
Search for Canatha at AncientImports.com
Search for Canatha at Incitatus Coins

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