Ancient Coins: GREEK and GREEK IMPERIAL BRONZE: Bithynia, Apamea, Triumviral period

Bithynia, Apamea, Triumviral period
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Bithynia, Apamea, Triumviral period

AE 16, 2.21g. Triumviral period, c.42-31 B.C. Head of Hermes to right wearing winged cap. Rev. C I C A (=Colonia Iulia Concodia Apamea) D D. Winged caduceus. RPC 2001 and illustrated in RPC on-line. Rec. gen. 32. BMC 18. Dark green and brown patina with some light cleaning. Scarce Imperatorial issue; this issue is the first one from the city which was planned and/or founded by Caesar and Antony.


Ex: Lanz, Munich, Auction 123, May 30, 2005, lot 220

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