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CITY AND SEMI-AUTONOMOUS COINAGE
BMC 20Dora, Phoenicia, Semi-autonomous. Time of Vespasian. AE. 5.12 gr. 76-77(AD). Dated local year 139. Turreted and veiled head of Tyche right / DWRITWN, Tyche or Astarte, turreted, standing left, holding standard and cornucopiae. Date Q-LR in left field. RPC II 2091; Meshorer, Dora, 29; BMC 20.TextFull Size
Meshorer 4Dora, Phoenicia. Autonomous. AE19mm, 6.49 gr. Turreted and veiled bust of Tyche right / Prow of galley left, the two pilei of the Dioskuri and date LA above (year 1 = 63/62 BC); DW below. Mesh. Dora 4; Sofaer pl. 38,4.TextFull Size
Meshorer 20Dora, Phoenicia, time of Nero, lokal year 130; ca 66-67 AD, AE25 Dichalkous. Laurate, bearded head of Doros or Zeus right / DWRITWN, Tyche or Astarte, turreted, standing facing, head right, wearing chiton, shoulders and arms bare, holding standard in right hand and cornucopiae in left. Year L LR upwards in left field. Meshorer, Dora 20. TextFull Size
Rosenberger 2Dora, Phoenicia, AE18, 3.61 gr. ca. 64-63 BC. Turreted and veiled head of Tyche right / Aphlaston, A-DH across fields. Rosenberger II, 2; BMC Phoenicia p. lxxv. Note: BMC states that the attribution to Dora is not certain. Righetti Sale, VI, 1514.TextFull Size
Rouvier 758Dora, Phoenicia, Imperial times, ca 64-65 AD, AE22. Laureate head of Doros right / DWRITWN, Tyche or Astarte, turreted, standing facing, head right, wearing chiton, shoulders and arms bare, holding standard in right hand and cornucopiae in left. Date L PKH horizontally in left field. Rouvier 758; RPC 4761; Mionnet 149; Rosenberger 16.TextFull Size
Rouvier 761Dora, Phoenicia, time of Nero, dated local year 138, ca 75-76 AD, AE22 Dichalkous, 11.04 gr. Laureate, bearded head of Doros right, aphlaston before / DWRITWN, Tyche or Astarte, turreted, standing facing, head right, wearing chiton, shoulders and arms bare, holding standard in right hand and cornucopiae in left. Year Q LR in left field. Rouvier 761; BMC 12.TextFull Size
RPC 4758Dora, Phoenicia, imperial times, Year 130. 66-67 AD, AE23 Dichalkous, 10.02 g. Bearded head of Doros right / DWRITWN, Tyche or Astarte, turreted, standing facing, head right, wearing chiton, shoulders and arms bare, holding standard in right hand and cornucopiae in left. Date LR in left field. RPC I 4758; Meshorer, Dora, 20b.TextFull Size
RPC 4759Dora, Phoenicia, time of Nero, dated local year 131, ca 67-68 AD, AE23 Dichalkous. Laurate, bearded head of Doros right / DWRITWN, Tyche or Astarte, turreted, standing facing, head right, wearing chiton, shoulders and arms bare, holding standard in right hand and cornucopiae in left. Year ALR in left field. RPC 4759; Meshorer, Dora, 23.TextFull Size
VESPASIAN
RPC 2088Vespasian AE 21mm of Phoenicia, Dora. Laureate head right / Tyche standing half-left, head right, holding standard and cornucopiae. BMC Phoenicia 25; Rosenberger 23. TextImage
TRAJAN
Hendin 850Trajan AE25 of Dora. Minted 111-112 AD. Laureate, draped bust right / Laureate bust of Doros r. Inscription reading Holy Dora, city of Asylum, Autonomous, Ruler of Seas. TextImage
Rouvier 772Trajan, AE16 of Dora, Phoenicia. 98-117 AD. Year 175 (111/2 AD.). NER TRAI KAI CE GE DAK, laureate head right, slight drapery on left shoulder; star before / DWRA IERA above, POE (date) below, galley sailing left. Rouvier 772; Mionnet V, 158.TextFull Size
HADRIAN
SGI 1243Hadrian AE24 of Dora, Phoenicia. AVTO TPA ADPIANW KAIC, laureate, draped & cuirassed bust right / DWP IEP ACYL AVT NAYAP PP, laureate head of Doraos right, small aphlastron below beard. BMC 37-39. TextImage
ANTONINUS PIUS
Rosenberger 35Antoninus Pius AE26 of Dora, Phoenicia. Laureate draped bust right / bearded bust of Doros right. TextImage
See also:Entry for Dora on the Digital Historia Numorum
Search for Dora in the British SNG Volumes' Database at the Fitzwilliam Museum