Browsing Roman Imperial Coinage of Clodius Macer

FS, Manhattan III, 173Clodius Macer (AD 68). Silver denarius (3.80 gm). Carthage, April-October AD 68. L CLODIVS MACER around, C—S across fields, bare head right / PROPRA—E AFRICAE, galley sailing right with five oarsmen and nine oars. RIC 42 var (has S-C not C-S, and 7 oarsmen); reverse die of Hewitt 48. Freeman & Sear Manhattan Sale III, 173.TextFull Size
Hewitt g/5-2 (1)Clodius Macer Denarius, Carthage, AD 68. L CLODIVS MACER SC, bare head right / PRO PRAE AFRICAE, war galley right with ten oarsmen and twelve oars. Hewitt Group g/5 type 2; RIC 35-36 var. (number of oars and oarsmen); BMCRE 1 var (ditto).TextFull Size
Hewitt g/5-2 (2)Clodius Macer Denarius, Carthage, AD 68. L CLODIVS MACER SC, bare head right / PRO PRAE AFRICAE, war galley right with ten oarsmen and twelve oars. Hewitt Group g/5 type 2; RIC 35-36 var. (number of oars and oarsmen); BMCRE 1 var (ditto).TextFull Size
RIC 6Clodius Macer. AR denarius, 2.79 gr. Carthage, April-October AD 68. L CLODI MACRI LIBERATRIX S C, Draped bust of Africa right, wearing elephant skin headdress / MAC–R–IA–NA–LIB, Legionary eagle between two standards, LEG-I below between masts. RIC 6; RSC 8; Hewett 10.TextFull Size
RIC 8 varClodius Macer. AR denarius, 24 mm. 3.65 gr. Carthage, April-October AD 68. L CLODI MACRI SC, head of roaring lion right / LIB downwards on left, AVG upwards on right, legionary eagle between two standards, LEG-III below between masts. RIC 8 var (configuration of "LIB"; BMC 3 var (ditto); RSC 5 var.TextFull Size
RIC 15Clodius Macer Denarius, Carthage, AD 68. 17 mm, 3.05 g. L CLODI MACRI, Draped and winged bust of Victory right / LIB AVG LEG III, legionary aquila with eagle right between two standards. RIC 15; Hewitt 24; Vagi 786.TextFull Size
RIC 17Clodius Macer. AR denarius, 3.11 gr. Carthage, April-October AD 68. L CLODI MACRI around, S-C across fields, draped and winged bust of Victory right / PROPRA—E AFRICAE, LI–B–AVG, legionary eagle between two standards, LEG-III below. RIC 17; RSC 4; BMCRE 4; Hewitt 26-27.TextFull Size
RIC 20Clodius Macer Denarius, Carthage, AD 68. 3.16 g. L CLODI MACRI, Libertas, draped, standing left, holding pileus and patera / MACRIANA LIB, legionary aquila with eagle right between two standards, LEG-I across fields. RIC 20; Cohen 2; Hewitt D/2, 30 (this coin).TextFull Size
RIC 28Clodius Macer. AR denarius, 18 mm. 3.17 gr. Carthage, April-October AD 68. L CLODI MACRI CARTHAGO SC, turreted and draped bust of Carthage right, cornucopiae behind head / SI-C-I-L-I-A, triskeles running left, superimposed with small facing head of Medusa; ears of corn radiating outwards and the divisions of the legend between the legs. RIC 28 (this coin cited); Hewitt 40.TextFull Size
RIC 31Clodius Macer. AR denarius, 3.45 gr. Carthage, April-October AD 68. ROMA, helmeted head of Roma right, S-C across fields / L CLODI MACRI, trophy. RIC 31; Hewitt 41 var; RSC 9 var.TextFull Size
RIC 31 varClodius Macer Denarius, Carthage, AD 68. 3.67 gr. ROMA, Helmeted head of Roma right, SC beneath neck / L·CLODI MACRI, Trophy with two oval shields. Cohen 9; RIC 31 var (direction of rev. legend); Hewitt Group F/4 var. (ditto).TextFull Size
RIC 37Clodius Macer Denarius, Carthage, AD 68. 3.62 g. L CLODI-VS MACER, bare head right, SC below / PRO PRAE AFRICAE, galley right with five oarsmen and thirteen oars. RIC 37.TextFull Size
RIC 37 varClodius Macer Denarius, Carthage, AD 68. 3.46 g. L CLODIVS MACER, bare head right, SC below / PRO PRAE AFRICAE, galley right with five oarsmen and thirteen oars. RIC 37 var (no obv. legend break).TextFull Size
RIC 38 varClodius Macer Denarius, Carthage, AD 68. 3.15 g. L CLO-DIVS MACER, Bare head right, SC below / PRO PRAE AFRICAE, galley right with seven oarsmen and nine oars. RIC 38 var (obv. legend break and galley direction).TextFull Size
RIC 39Clodius Macer AR Denarius. AD 68. Carthage mint. L CLODIVS MACER, Bare head right, SC below / PRO PRA AFRICAE (sic), galley left with seven oarsmen and ten oars. RIC 39; Hewitt 58; RSC 13b.TextFull Size
RIC 42 var 1Clodius Macer Denarius, Carthage, AD 68. 17 mm, 3.64 g. L CLODIVS MACER, bare head right, SC below / PRO PRA-E AFRICAE, galley right with seven oarsmen and eleven oars. RIC 42 var (obv. legend no break)..TextFull Size
RIC 42 var 2Clodius Macer. AR denarius, 20 mm. 3.46 gr. Carthage, April-October AD 68. L CLODIVS MACER (no legend break), bare head right, SC below / PRO PRA-E AFRICAE, galley right with five oarsmen and thirteen oars. RIC 42 var (number of rowers and oars for this obv. legend without break).TextFull Size
NEW SEAR NUMBERS
Note that, unlike RIC, Sear does not differentiate between details such as number of oarsmen, legend breaks etc.
Sear 2074L CLODIVS MACER SC, bare head right / PROPRAE AFRICAE, galley right. RIC 35; BMCRE 1; RSC 13
Sear 2075L CLODI MACRI SC, head of lion right / LIB AVG LEG II, legionary eagle between two standards. RIC 8; BMCRE 3; RSC 5
Sear 2076L CLODI MACRI SC, winged bust of Victory right / LIB AVG LEG II, legionary eagle between two standards. RIC 13; BMCRE 4; RSC 4
Sear 2077L CLODI MACRI LIBERA SC, bust of Africa right, wearing elephant's skin headdress / LIB AVG LEG II, legionary eagle between two standards. RIC 2; BMCRE note; RSC 13
Sear 2078L CLODI MACRI SC, Libertas standing left, holding pileus and patera / LIB LEG I MACRIANA, legionary eagle between two standards. RIC 21; RSC 2
Sear 2079L CLODI MACRI CARTHAGO SC, turreted and draped bust of Carthage right, cornucopiae behind head / SICILIA, triskeles running left, superimposed with small facing head of Medusa; ears of corn radiating outwards and the divisions of the legend between the legs.(RIC lists 8 different legend breaks). RIC 26; BMCRE 5; RSC 10.
Sear 2080ROMA SC, helmeted head of Roma right / L CLODI MACRI, trophy. RIC 30; RSC 9.

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