Object Type: Token
Displaying records 2441 to 2455 of 2455 total results.
Date
300 B.C. - 86 B.C.
Mint
Athens
Obverse
Eagle standing left on uncertain object with head turned right, in the field right goddess holding two torches, in the field left inscribed with a word, of which only the first three letters can be read with certaintly: ΣΩΤ
Diameter
15.0
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
300 B.C. - 86 B.C.
Mint
Athens
Obverse
Eagle standing left on uncertain object with head turned right, in the field right goddess holding two torches, in the field left inscribed with a word, of which only the first three letters can be read with certaintly: ΣΩΤ
Diameter
21.0
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
300 B.C. - 86 B.C.
Mint
Athens
Obverse
Eagle standing left on uncertain object with head turned right, in the field right goddess holding two torches, in the field left inscribed with a word, of which only the first three letters can be read with certaintly: ΣΩΤ
Diameter
17.0
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
300 B.C. - 86 B.C.
Mint
Athens
Obverse
Eagle standing left on uncertain object with head turned right, in the field right goddess holding two torches, in the field left inscribed with a word, of which only the first three letters can be read with certaintly: ΣΩΤ
Diameter
16.0
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
300 B.C. - 86 B.C.
Mint
Athens
Obverse
Eagle standing left on uncertain object with head turned right, in the field right goddess holding two torches, in the field left inscribed with a word, of which only the first three letters can be read with certaintly: ΣΩΤ
Diameter
18.0
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
300 B.C. - 86 B.C.
Mint
Athens
Obverse
Eagle standing left on uncertain object with head turned right, in the field right goddess holding two torches, in the field left inscribed with a word, of which only the first three letters can be read with certaintly: ΣΩΤ
Diameter
19.0
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
300 B.C. - 86 B.C.
Mint
Athens
Obverse
Letter Δ: Letter Delta in incuse.
Diameter
25.0
Reference
I.N. Svoronos, ‘Κατάλογος των Μολύβδινων Συμβόλων του Εθνικού Νομισματικού Μουσείου’, JIAN 3, 1900, 322-343.
Date
300 B.C. - 86 B.C.
Mint
Athens
Obverse
Eagle standing left on uncertain object with head turned right, in the field right goddess holding two torches, in the field left inscribed with a word, of which only the first three letters can be read with certaintly: ΣΩΤ
Diameter
17.0
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
300 B.C. - 86 B.C.
Mint
Athens
Obverse
Eagle standing left on uncertain object with head turned right, in the field right goddess holding two torches, in the field left inscribed with a word, of which only the first three letters can be read with certaintly: ΣΩΤ
Diameter
15.0
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
300 B.C. - 86 B.C.
Mint
Athens
Obverse
Eagle standing left on uncertain object with head turned right, in the field right goddess holding two torches, in the field left inscribed with a word, of which only the first three letters can be read with certaintly: ΣΩΤ
Diameter
18.5
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
300 B.C. - 86 B.C.
Mint
Athens
Obverse
Eagle standing left on uncertain object with head turned right, in the field right goddess holding two torches, in the field left inscribed with a word, of which only the first three letters can be read with certaintly: ΣΩΤ
Diameter
19.0
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
300 B.C. - 86 B.C.
Mint
Athens
Obverse
Eagle standing left on uncertain object with head turned right, in the field right goddess holding two torches, in the field left inscribed with a word, of which only the first three letters can be read with certaintly: ΣΩΤ
Diameter
21.0
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. 14 - A.D. 68
Obverse
DIVO AVGVST: Legend in two lines.
Reverse
IOVI STATORI: Legend in two lines.
Diameter
19.3
Weight
2.27
Reference
Molinari, M. C. (2021). Three pewter tesserae from the temple of Hercules in Alba Fucens: new considerations on the use of official imperial tokens. Tokens, Value and Identity. A. Crisà. Bruxelles, European Center for Numisatic Studies: 93-102. no. 3
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
Shepherd wearing tunic and cloak standing right holding staff in left hand.
Reverse
Bull or cow standing right.
Diameter
18.4
Weight
4.11
Reference
Molinari, M. C. (2021). Three pewter tesserae from the temple of Hercules in Alba Fucens: new considerations on the use of official imperial tokens. Tokens, Value and Identity. A. Crisà. Bruxelles, European Center for Numisatic Studies: 93-102. no.4, TURS 1040
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
QN V: Jupiter standing left holding thunderbolt in outstretched right hand and leaning on scepter with left. Legend around on left and on right.
Reverse
LP M: Draped Apollo standing front, right hand holding a laurel branch and left a lyre. Legend around on left and on right.
Diameter
29.6
Weight
3.87
Reference
Molinari, M. C. (2021). Three pewter tesserae from the temple of Hercules in Alba Fucens: new considerations on the use of official imperial tokens. Tokens, Value and Identity. A. Crisà. Bruxelles, European Center for Numisatic Studies: 93-102. no. 5, TURS 2599
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