Deity: Apollo
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Mint
Rome
Obverse
Apollo standing left holding branch in outstretched right hand and resting left on tripod.
Reverse
TCE: Legend.
Diameter
19.0
Reference
TURS 2035
Date
A.D. 122 - A.D. 300
Obverse
Apollo standing left resting on lyre, which rests on another object behind him.
Reverse
She-wolf of Rome, facing right with twins under her, star and crescent above.
Diameter
22.0
Weight
4.07
Reference
Milne, J G, Report on the Coins Found at Antinoe in 1914, Numismatic Chronicle, London, Royal Numismatic Society, 1947
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
AN II: Young male head right; AN (ligate) on left, II with line above on right.
Reverse
Apollo standing left with one leg crossed in front of the other, leaning on column with left elbow and holding branch in right hand.
Diameter
17.0
Weight
3.31
Reference
Rostowzew, M. and M. Prou (1900). Catalogue des plombs de l'antiquité. Paris, Chez C. Rollin et Feuardent., https://zenon.dainst.org/Record/AT000775992
Mint
Rome
Obverse
Apollo standing left holding branch in outstretched right hand and resting left on tripod.
Reverse
TCE: Legend.
Diameter
15.0
Reference
Giornale degli Scavi 1913 no. 6 p. 160, NSc. 1913, 217
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
M MET: Legend in two lines.
Reverse
Apollo standing left holding lyre in left hand and branch in outstretched right.
Diameter
16.0
Weight
3.0
Reference
Rostowzew, M. and M. Prou (1900). Catalogue des plombs de l'antiquité. Paris, Chez C. Rollin et Feuardent., TURS 1286, https://zenon.dainst.org/Record/AT000775992
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
DIAD: Bull running right; legend above.
Reverse
Apollo standing right holding harp in left hand and with laurel branch or plectrum in left.
Diameter
19.0
Reference
TURS 1403
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
Apollo standing facing, head left, holding lyre in left hand; sphere in field to left.
Reverse
Indiscernible.
Diameter
13.0
Weight
1.49
Reference
Milne, J. G. (1933). Catalogue of Alexandrian Coins. Oxford, Oxford University Press., https://zenon.dainst.org/Record/000160175
Date
300 B.C. - 86 B.C.
Mint
Athens
Obverse
Apollo Delios with three Graces.
Diameter
11.0
Weight
0.91
Reference
Lang, M. and M. Crosby (1964). The Athenian Agora X: Weights, Measures and Tokens. Princeton, New Jersey, The American School of Classical Studies at Athens. (https://zenon.dainst.org/Record/000211771)
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
AN II: Young male head right; AN (ligate) on left, II with line above on right.
Reverse
Apollo standing left with one leg crossed in front of the other, leaning on column with left elbow and holding branch in right hand.
Diameter
17.0
Weight
4.18
Reference
Rostowzew, M. and M. Prou (1900). Catalogue des plombs de l'antiquité. Paris, Chez C. Rollin et Feuardent., TURS 843, https://zenon.dainst.org/Record/AT000775992
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
C C C: Mould half for 5 circular tokens of 18mm, all of the same design: Apollo standing left holding branch and leaning on tripod, C C C around. There is a central casting channel and branches coming off it and nail holes in the upper right and lower left corners
Reference
Cesano, L. (1904). Matrici e tessere di piombo. Bullettino della commissione archeologica comunale di Roma 33: 146-153 Fig. 9
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