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Clovia 1Roman Republic Struck Coinage C. SAX. series As, Central Italy circa 169-158, AE 22.51 g. Laureate head of Janus, I above. / Prow of galley right, SAX above, I before, ROMA below. Crawford 180/1; Sydenham 361; Babelon Clovia 1.TextImage
Clovia 1 varAnonymous. 169-158 BC. AE As. Laureate head of Janus; I above / Prow of galley right; SIX (sic) above, I before, ROMA below. Cr180/1 var, Syd 361 var. TextImage
Clovia 2
sear5 #841
Roman Republic Struck Coinage SAX, C semis, (11.39g) 169-158 BC, Rome Mint, Laureate head of Saturn right, S behind. / Prow right, SAX above, ROMA in exergue. Cr180/2. Clovia 2 Semis, Syd 361a. (One example)
Clovia 3
sear5 #983
Roman Republic Struck Coinage C. SAX. series Triens, Central Italy ca 169-158, AE 9.15 g. Helmeted head of Minerva right; four dots above. / Prow right (short deck), SAX ligate above, four dots to right. ROMA below. Babelon Clovia 2. Sydenham 361b. Crawford 180/3. (One example)
Clovia 4Roman Republic Struck Coinage Cluvius Saxula. series Quadrans, Central Italy ca 169-158 BC, AE 8.61 g. Head of Hercules right, wearing lionskin headdress, three dots behind head. / Prow right, SAX ligate above, three dots to right. ROMA below. Babelon Clovia 4; Sear 1116. Sydenham 361c. Crawford 180/4.TextImage
Clovia 5C. Cluvius Saxula. Sextans circa 169-158, AE19mm., 6.51 g. Bust of Mercury right, wearing winged petatos, two dots above. / Prow right, SAX ligate above, two dots to right. ROMA below. Babelon Clovia 5; Sydenham 361d; Crawford 180/5.TextImage
Clovia 6
sear5 #698
C Sax AE As. 169-158 BC. Laureate head of Janus; I above / Prow of galley right; I before. Cr173/1; Syd 360. (One example)
Clovia 7Clovia, SAX, AE semis, 13.67 g. 169-158 BC, Rome Mint. Laureate head of Saturn right, S behind head. / Prow right, C SAX above, ROMA in exergue. Crawford 173/2; Sydenham 360a; Babelon Clovia 7; BMCRR Rome 648.TextImage
Clovia 8Roman Republic Struck Coinage C. Sax. Triens circa 169-158 BC, AE 8.79 g. Helmeted head of Minerva right, four dots. / Prow right (long deck), C·SAX ligate above, four dots to right. ROMA below. Babelon Clovia 8. Sydenham 360b. RBW 734. Crawford 173/3.TextImage
Clovia 9C. Sax. Quadrans circa 169-158, AE 5.26 g. Head of Hercules right, wearing lionskin headdress, three dots behind head. / Prow right, C·SAX ligate above, three dots to right. ROMA below. Babelon Clovia 9. Sydenham 360c. RBW 735. Crawford 173/4.TextImage
Clovia 10C. Cluvius Saxula. Sextans circa 169-158, AE19mm., 6.62g. Bust of Mercury right, wearing winged petatos, two dots above. / Prow right, C SAX ligate above, two dots to right. ROMA below. Babelon Clovia 10. Sydenham 360d. Russo RBW 736. Crawford 173/5.TextImage
Clovia 11C. Clovius AE dupondius, Milan mint? AE 26mm; 15.55 g, 45 BC. CAESAR DIC TER, Bust of Victory right / C CLOVI PRAEF, Minerva standing left, holding trophy over shoulder with right hand and spear and shield with left, shield decorated with gorgoneion and from which hang streamers; serpent before her. Clovia 11; BMCRR I 4125; Cr. 476/1a; RPC 601; Syd. 1025.TextImage