Browsing Roman Republic Coins of the family Pomponia

Pomponia 18
Pomponia 18

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Pomponia 4
sear5 #1190
L POMPON MOLO quadrans. ca 97 BC. Draped bust of Hercules right, wearing lion skin, three pellets behind. / Prow right, L POMP above, three pellets before, ROMA below. Cr334/5, Syd 608c. (One example)
Pomponia 6
sear5 #214
L. Pomponius Molo. 97 BC. AR Denarius. Laureate head of Apollo right; L POMPON MOLO around / Numa Pompilius standing right before altar preparing to sacrifice a goat which is being held by a youth; NVMA POMPIL in exergue. Crawford 334/1; Syd 607. (14 examples)
Pomponia 7
sear5 #158
L Pomponius Cn F Denarius Serratus. 112-109 BC. L POMPONI CNF, head of Roma right, X behind, border of dots / L LIC CN DOM, Bitutius in biga right, holding trident and shield, border of dots. (4 examples)
Pomponia 8
sear5 #351
Q Pomponius Musa Denarius. 56 BC. Q POMPONI MVSA, diademed head of Apollo right / HERCZVLES MVSARVM, Hercules standing right, playing lyre, club at his feet. Cr410/1; Syd 810. (7 examples)
Pomponia 9
sear5 #352
Q Pomponius Musa Denarius. 56 BC. Head of Apollo right; lyre-key behind / POMPONI MVSA, Calliope standing right, playing lyre set on column. Cr410/2a, Syd 811. (2 examples)
Pomponia 10
sear5 #352
Q Pomponius Musa AR Denarius. 56 BC. Head of Apollo right, lyre-key behind / iQ POMPONI MVSA, Calliope, the Muse of epic poetry, playing lyre right. Cr410/2b. (3 examples)
Pomponia 11
sear5 #353
Q Pomponius Musa AR Denarius. 56 BC. Laureate head of Apollo right; scroll behind / Q POMPONI MVSA, Clio, the Muse of History, standing left, left elbow on pedestal, holding an open scroll. Cr410/3, Syd 813. (5 examples)
Pomponia 12
sear5 #356
Q Pomponius Musa AR Denarius. 66 BC. Rome mint. Laureate head of Apollo right, in hair rolled back & in loose locks over forehead; flower or rosette before ear; flower on stem behind / Q. POMPONI to left, MVSA to right, Erato, the Muse of Erotic Poetry, standing slightly right, head front, in long flowing tunic and peplum, holding lyre in left hand and with right hand striking it with plectrum. Cr410/6, Syd 814. (One example)
Pomponia 13
sear5 #355
Q Pomponius Musa Denarius. c 66 BC. Laureate head of Apollo right, two crossed flutes behind. / Q POMPONI MVSA, Euterpe standing right, holding two flutes in right hand. Cr410/5; Syd. 815. (8 examples)
Pomponia 14
sear5 #354
Q Pomponius Musa Denarius. 56 BC. Laureate head of Apollo right, scepter behind / Q POMPONI MVSA, Melpomene, the Muse of Tragedy, standing right & leaning on column, holding club & mask. Cr410/4; Syd 816. (5 examples)
Pomponia 15
sear5 #361
Q Pomponius Musa AR Denarius. 66 BC. Rome mint. Laureate head of Apollo right, in hair rolled back & in loose locks over forehead; flower or rosette before ear; wreath behind / MVSA to left, Q. POMPONI to right, Polymnia, the Muse of Rhetoric, standing facing in pensive mood, in long flowing tunic & peplum. Cr410/10a, Syd 817. (4 examples)
Pomponia 16
sear5 #361
Q. Pomponius Musa, AR denarius. 66 BC, Head of Apollo right, wreath behind. / Q POMPONI MVSA Muse Polyhymnia standing, strumming lyre resting on column. Syd 817; Cr410/10c. (One example)
Pomponia 17
sear5 #358
Q Pomponius Musa Denarius. 66 BC. Laureate head of Apollo right, flower to left / Q.POMPONI MVSA, Terpsichore (the Muse of Dancing) standing right holding lyre & plectrum. Cr410/7b, Syd 819. (3 examples)
Pomponia 17a
sear5 #358
Q Pomponius Musa Denarius. c 66 BC. Laureate head of Apollo right, flower stalk behind / Q POMPONI MVSA, Terpsichore or Erato standing right, holding lyre and plectrum. Cr410/7d, Syd 820a. (4 examples)
Pomponia 18
sear5 #357
Q. Pomponius Musa. AR Denarius. 56 BC. Laureate head of Apollo right, tortoise behind / Q POMPONI MVSA, Terpischore, the Muse of Dancing, standing right, holding lyre and plectrum. Crawford 410/7c; Sydenham 820; BMCRR 3621. (One example)
Pomponia 18a
sear5 #357
Q Pomponius Musa AR Denarius. 66 BC. Rome mint. Laureate head of Apollo right, in hair rolled back & in loose locks over forehead; flower or rosette before ear; tortoise behind / MVSA to left, Q POMPONI to right, Terpischore, the Muse of Dancing, standing right, in long flowing tunic & peplum, holding lyre and plectrum at her side. Cr410/7a; Syd 819. (2 examples)
Pomponia 19
sear5 #360
Q Pomponius Musa AR Denarius. 56 BC. Diademed head of Apollo right, sandal behind / Thalia, the Muse of Comedy, standing left, resting on pedestal, holding mask in right hand; MVSA before, Q POMPONI behind. Cr410/9b. (3 examples)
Pomponia 21Q Pomponius Musa AR Denarius. 66 BC. Rome mint. Laureate head of Apollo right, in hair rolled back & in loose locks over forehead; flower or rosette before ear; calceus (sandal) behind / MVSA to left, Q. POMPONI to right, Thalia, the Muse of Comedy, standing left, in long flowing tunic & peplum, holding comic mask, leaning on column, without pedum (crook) in left hand. Cr410/9b, Syd 821. TextImage
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Pomponia 22
sear5 #359
Q Pomponius Musa. 56 BC. AR Denarius. Laureate head of Apollo right; six pointed star behind / Q POMPONI MVSA, Urania, the Muse of Astronomy, standing left, pointing with wand to globe on tripod. Cr410/8; Syd 823. (13 examples)
Pomponia 23
sear5 #334
Q Pomponius Rufus Denarius. 73 BC. Laureate head of Jupiter right, RVFVS before, SC behind / Eagle standing left on scepter, head right, holding wreath in claw; numeral before, symbol behind, Q POMPONI in ex. Cr398/1, Syd 793. (3 examples)
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