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Ancient Coinage of Syria, Nikopolis-Seleucidis
A small town north of Antioch who issued coins for the short period from Commodus to Philip.

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CARACALLA
Butcher 8Caracalla, AE 6 Assaria of Nikopolis-Seleukis, Syria. 18.42 g. AYT K M AYP CEOY ANTWNIN, radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right / NIKOPOLITWN CELEUKIDOC, Tyche seated left on rock, holding corn-ear in right hand, river-god swimming at feet. Value mark digamma in upper left field. Butcher 8; ANS 73.19 1.158.TextImage
Butcher 8 (2)Caracalla, AE 6 Assaria of Nikopolis-Seleukis, Syria. 21.35 g. AYT K M AYR CEOU ANTWNIN, radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Oval countermark: Nike walking left (Howgego 263) / NIKOPOLITWN CELEUKIDOC, Tyche seated left on rock, holding corn-ear in right hand, river-god swimming at feet. Value mark digamma in upper left field. Butcher 8; ANS 73.19 1.158.TextImage
GETA
CNG 63476Geta AE 24mm of Nikopolis Seleukidis in Syria (?). Draped bust right / NEIKOPOLEITWN, Diademed bust of Dionysos right, with thyrsos over left shoulder. (City attribution uncertain). TextImage
SEVERUS ALEXANDER
BMC 2 Severus Alexander AE31 of Syria, Seleukis and Pieria, Nikopolis Seleukidis. Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / Distyle temple with Nemesis within, draped and veiled, standing left, right hand plucking at the neck of her chiton, left hand on waist, wheel (with griffin?) at feet. TextImage
PHILIP I
BMC 3Philip I. AE28 of Nikopolis Seleucidis, Syria. 244-249 AD. AD. AUT K M IOULIOC FILIPPOC CE, radiate, draped, cuirassed bust right / NEIKOPOLEITWN SELEUKIDOS, Artemis with hand raised, wearing short chiton, and another figure in similar dress, with arm outstretched, advancing right, before them, river god swimming right; above, Eros flying right holding torch. H in right field. BMC Galatia, 3; Mionnet V, 826.TextImage
BMC 3Philip I, AE26 of Nikopolis Seleucide, Syria. AD 244-249. 14.68 g. AYT K M IOUL FILIPPOC CEB, radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right / NEIKOPOLEITWN CELEUKIDOC, Two female figures, each dressed in a short chiton, walking left, looking right. On the right, Eros flying left, holding torch; river god swimming below, H in right field. BMC 3; Butcher 17.TextImage
Mionnet 825Philip I AE27, Nicopolis-Seleucidis, Syria. 244-249 AD. AVT K M IOVLI FILIPPOC CE, Philip I, radiate, draped, cuirassed bust right. Countermark (bull standing right, Howgego 296) before face / NEIKOPOLEITWN SELEUKIDOC, Nemesis standing left within distyle temple, left hand raised to her head; lit altar to right, griffin sitting left on wheel at foot left. Q in exergue. Mionnet V, 825; ANS 66510; Lindgren 2110a.TextImage

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