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The Ancient Coinage of Trajanopolis

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Including additional items for this online edition, with numbers in italics.
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TRAIANOPOLIS
Ruins close to town called Fera, in Odrin

Imperial bronze coins.

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Trajan (98 – 117 A.D.)

4992 AYT KAI NEP…ΓEP ΔAKIKOC. His head right. Rev. : TPAIANOΠOΛITΩN. Helmeted head, decorated with crest, right.
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Hadrian (117 – 138 A.D.)

Obv: KAICAP AΔPIANOC. His head.
Rev: TPAIANOΠOΛITΩN.
- TPAIANOΠOΛEITΩN.
4993 Athena helmeted, holding spear and shield. Plate VI 33.
4994 Woman with turreted crown seated, holding patera.
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Antoninus Pius (138 – 161 A.D.)

4995 ΠIOC AYΓο ANTΩNINOC. His laureate head right. Rev. : TPAIANOΠOΛEITΩN. Homonoia standing, holding patera and cornucopiae. Plate IX 6.
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Marcus Aurelius (161 – 180 A.D.)

Obv: AV K M ANTΩNINOC. His head.
Rev. : TPAIANOΠOΛIT.
- TPAIANOΠOΛEITΩN.
4996 Woman standing, holding in right hand patera.
4997 Statutory group of the three Graces.
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Faustina Jr (wife of M. Aurelius)

Obv: ΦAYCTEINA CЄBACTH. Her head or bust.
Rev: TPAIANOΠOΛITΩN.
- TPAIANOΠOΛEITΩN.
4998 Abundancia(?) standing left, holding patera and ears.
4999 Homonoia seated, holding patera and cornucopiae. Plate IX 9.
5000 Homonoia standing with patera and cornucopiae. Plate IX 6.
5001 Tyche standing with rudder and cornucopiae. Plate X 29.
Faustina Jr AE24 of Trjanopolis, Thrace. FAVCTEINA CEBACTH, draped bust right / TRAIANOPOLEITWN, Fortuna standing left with tall hat, rudder and cornucopiae.
5002 Faustina veiled, standing, holding patera and spear. Plate XI 21.
5003 Juno / Hera veiled, standing in front of burning altar, holding patera and spear. table XI 24.
Trajanopolis. Faustina Jr AE20. FAVCTEINA CEBAC, draped bust right / TPAIANOPOLEITWN, veiled figure of Hera standing left, holding patera & sceptre, altar at her feet.
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Lucius Verus (161 – 169 A.D.)

5004 AYT KAI Λ AYPHΛIOC OYHPOC. His head. Rev. : HΓE TOYΛ MAΞIMOY TPAIANOΠOΛ. Apollo naked, standing, holding in right hand branch, and in the left – lyre set on tripod. Plate VI 16.
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Septimius Severus (193 – 211 A.D.)

Obv: AV K Λ CЄΠ CЄYHPOC Π. His head or bust.
Rev: HΓ AKYΛIOY TPAIANOΠOΛITΩN.
- HΓEMOC (sic) TIB BAPBAPOC TPAIANOΠOΛITΩN.
- HΓE CTA BAPBAPOY TPAIANOΠOΛITΩN.
5005 Three women in long dressing-gowns standing (the three graces?); below – river god bearded, reclining left, resting on thrown down urn, from which water flows. Plate XXX 7.
5005ACoiled serpent.
Septimius Severus AE 24mm of Trajanopolis, Thrace. AV K L CEP CEVHPOC PER, laureate head right / TPAIANW(...) [retrograde], coiled Agathodaimon serpent, head right.
5006 Triptolemos in biga of winged serpents. Plate X 24.
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Julia Domna (wife of S. Sever)

Obv: IOYΛIA ΔOMNA CЄBAC.
- IOYΛIA AΓOCT (sic). Her head or bust.
Rev: HΓ CTATI BAPBAPOY TPAIANOΠOΛ.
- TPAIANOΠOΛEITΩN.
- TPAIANOΠOΛITΩN.
5007 Crescent moon with Star.
5008 Homonoia standing with patera and cornucopiae. Plate IX 6.
5009 Serpent entwined staff. Plate VIII 22.
Julia Domna AE17 of Trajanopolis. IOVLIA DOMNA CEBACTH, draped bust right / TPAIANOPOLEITWN, serpent entwined staff.
5010 Tyche / Tyche standing left, holding rudder and cornucopiae. Plate X 29.
5011 Tyche / Tyche with hat on her head, standing, holding patera and rudder set on globe. Plate XXX 8.
5012 Tyche / Tyche with hat standing left, holding rudder and cornucopiae. Plate X 29.
5013 Man with Phrygian hat seated on a rock, holding in right hand lyre.
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Caracalla (198 – 217 A.D.)

Obv: AYT K M AYP CЄY ANTΩNEINOC.
- AYT K M AYPH ANTΩNINOC.
- AYT K M AYP CΓH (sic) ANTΩNEINOC.
- ANTΩNEINOC ΠIOC AYΓOYΠIOC AYΓOY ANTΩNЄINOC.
- …ΠIOC ANTΩNEINOC. His head or bust.
Rev. : TPAIANOΠOΛEITΩN.
5014 Apollo naked, standing, holding branch and lyre set on tripod with coiling serpent around it. Plate VI 16.
5015 Aesklepios standing with serpent entwined staff. Plate VI 25.
5016 Aesklepios and Hygeia standing with their attributes. Plate VI 26.
5017 Athena helmeted, with aegid on her breasts, standing, holding spear and shield. Plate VI 33.
5018 Vase without handles, full of fruits.
5019 Vase with two handles, full of flowers.
5020 Vase with two handles and three corn ears in it.
5021 Genius of Death (Thanatos) resting on burning brand. Plate VII 19.
5022 Grape cluster.
Caracalla AE18 of Trajanopolis, Thrace. [AVT K M AVP] ANTWNEINO, laureate head right / TRAIANOPOLEITWN, bunch of grapes.
5023 Demeter veiled, standing, holding cista, from which serpent emerging, and in left hand holding torch.
5024 Aequitas standing left, holding scales and cornucopiae. Plate VIII 10.
5025 Eros on dolphin left. Plate VII 31.
Varbanov 2818Two erotes wresting.
Caracalla AE18 of Trajanopolis, Thrace. Laureate head right / TRAIANOPOLITWN, two winged Erotes wrestling, one grasping the other's leg.
5026 Flaming altar. Plate VII 35.
Caracalla AE17 of Traianopolis. AYT K ANTO(NEINOC), laureate head right / TRAIANOPOLEITWN, flaming altar.
5027 Zeus standing with patera and sceptre; eagle below. Plate VIII 18.
5028 Emperor in military dress standing, holding Nike and inverted spear. table VIII 28.
5029 Emperor with spear in hand standing in front of a trophy, next to which are with two captives, one of them seated and the other – kneeing on one knee. The last one is with Phrygian hat and with tied hands behind, and the emperor is kicking him with his left foot.
5030 Emperor sacrificing over altar and holding sceptre. Plate VIII 32.
5031 Cybele seated left, holding sceptre and drum.
Varbanov 2795-2796Crescent moon with star.
Caracalla AE15 of Trajanopolis, Thrace. Laureate, draped bust right / TRAIANOPOLITWN, star in crescent moon. Varbanov 2795 (this coin).
Varbanov 2802Cybele riding on lion.
Caracalla AE30 of Trajanopolis. AVT K M AVPH ANTWNEINOC, laureate head right / TPA-IANO/POLEITWN, Cybele riding right on lion, holding drum & sceptre.
5032 Homonoia with kalathos on her head seated on a throne left, holding patera and cornucopiae. Plate IX 9.
5033 Homonoia with turreted crown seated, holding patera and cornucopiae. Plate IX 9.
5034 Serpent emerging from half-opened cista. Plate IX 14.
5035 Vine with grapes.
5036 Legend in 4 lines within laureal wreath.
5037 Nemesis-Aequitas with kalathos on her head standing, holding scales and cornucopiae, wheel below. Plate VIII 10.
5038 Nemesis standing, holding scales and parazonium; next to her – wheel.
5039 Eagle standing on, decorated with garland of flowers, altar, between 2 ensigns. Plate IX 32.
5040 Eagle with wings spread with turned head right.
5041 Telesphorus standing, wraped with long dress.
Caracalla AE18 of Trajanopolis, Thrace. AVT K M AVP ANTWNEINO, laureate head right / TRAIANOPOLEITWN, Telesphoros standing facing in hooded cloak.
5042 Serpent entwined staff. Plate VIII 22.
Caracalla AE15 of Trajanopolis, Thrace. Laureate head right / TPAIANOPOLEITWN, serpent-entwined staff of Aesclepios.
5043 The Three Graces naked, embracing. Plate VII 18.
Caracalla AE20 of Trajanopolis, Thrace. Radiate head right / Statuary group of the Three Graces.
5044 Torch with coiled serpent around it.
5045 Tyche / Tyche standing, holding rudder and cornucopiae. Plate X 29.
Caracalla AE31 of Trajanopolis, Thrace. AVT K M AVPH ANTWNEINOC, laureate head right / TRAIANOPOLEITWN, Tyche standing left with modius on head, holding rudder on globe and cornucopia.
5046 Harpokrates naked, standing, right hand on the mouth, holding in left hand cornucopiae. Plate XXII 12.
5047 Hera standing, holding patera and sceptre. Plate XI 21.
5048 Hera with wreath on her head standing, holding patera and sceptre. Plate XI 21.
Varbanov 2825Hera standing left, wreath on her head, holding patera & sceptre, peacock at foot left.
Caracalla AE21 (two-assaria) of Trajanopolis, Thrace. AV K M AVP CE ANTWNINOC, radiate, cuirassed bust right / TRAIANOPOLEITWN, Hera standing left, wreath on her head, holding patera & sceptre, peacock at foot left. Schoenert-Geiss 84; Varbanov 2825 (this coin).
5049 Hermes naked, standing, with purse and caduceus. Plate XI 2.
Trajanopolis. Caracalla AE17 (Assarion). AVT K M AVP ANTWNEINOC, laureate bust right / TRAIANOPOLEITWN, naked figure of Hermes standing facing, head turned left, holding purse & caduceus; drapery over left arm. BMC 10v.
5050 Hygeia standing, feeding snake in patera. Plate XI 9.
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Plautilla (wife of Caracalla)

5051…Her head. Rev. : TPAIANOΠOΛEITΩN. Artemis huntress with the hound, holding arrow and bow.
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GETA (209 – 212 A.D.)

Obv: Π CEΠTI ΓETAΣ K. His head.
Rev. : TPAIANOΠOΛЄITΩN.
5052 Burning altar. Plate VII 35.
5053 Tyche standing with rudder and cornucopiae. Plate X 29.
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Diadumenian (son of Makrina)

5054 M OΠEΛΛIOC ANTΩNEINOC KAICAP. His bust right. Rev. : TPAIANOΠOΛEITΩN. Artemis huntress with the hound advancing, with right hand drawing arrow from quiver at shoulder, holding in left hand bow. Plate VI 24.
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Elagabalus (218 – 222 A.D.)

Obv: AYT K M AYPHΛ ANTΩNINOC or ANTΩNEINOC. His head.
Rev: TPAIANOΠOΛEITΩN.
5055 Vase with 2 handles and in it – 3 ears. Plate XXX 11.
5056 Genius of the death standing, cross-legged, resting with both hands on burnind, inverted brand. Plate VII 19.
5057 Harpokratus with kalathos on his head standing, right hand on the mouth, holding in left hand cornucopiae. Plate XXII 12.
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Gordian III (238 – 244 A.D.)

Rev: TPAIANOΠOΛEITΩN.
5058 City gate with 2 towers. Plate VII 20 – 21.
5059 Dionysos naked on panther. Plate VIII 1 – 2.
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