Reference: Rowan, C. (2020 forthcoming). The Roman tokens in the Ashmolean Museum. Numismatic Chronicle 180.
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Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
Fortuna standing left with cornucopia in left hand and rudder in right.
Reverse
Three women standing front with arms raised.
Diameter
15.0
Weight
2.69
Reference
Rowan, C. (2020 forthcoming). The Roman tokens in the Ashmolean Museum. Numismatic Chronicle 180., TURS (Supplement) 3694
Obverse
Head of Hermes wearing petasus right.
Reverse
Male head right, probably Perseus, wearing helmet with cheek guards.
Diameter
18.0
Weight
4.36
Reference
Rowan, C. (2020 forthcoming). The Roman tokens in the Ashmolean Museum. Numismatic Chronicle 180.
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
S: Mercury standing left holding money-bag in outstretched right hand and caduceus in left, retrograde letter in field right.
Reverse
Fortuna standing left holding cornucopia in left arm and rudder in right.
Diameter
14.0
Weight
1.88
Reference
Rowan, C. (2020 forthcoming). The Roman tokens in the Ashmolean Museum. Numismatic Chronicle 180., TURS 2654
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
Bearded bust of Serapis right, with modius.
Reverse
Isis (or worshipper of Isis) standing right holding sistrum in raised left hand and situla in right.
Diameter
16.0
Weight
2.11
Reference
Rowan, C. (2020 forthcoming). The Roman tokens in the Ashmolean Museum. Numismatic Chronicle 180., TURS 3153
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
Elephant head emerging out of a shell, facing right.
Reverse
Phoenix standing right.
Diameter
19.0
Weight
4.23
Reference
Rowan, C. (2020 forthcoming). The Roman tokens in the Ashmolean Museum. Numismatic Chronicle 180., TURS (Supplement) 3692
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
Bust of Mercury right wearing petasus.
Reverse
Winged caduceus.
Diameter
15.0
Weight
3.31
Reference
Rowan, C. (2020 forthcoming). The Roman tokens in the Ashmolean Museum. Numismatic Chronicle 180., TURS 2739
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
A N: Venus standing front with her arms lifted to her hair, with a cupid on either side. Letter on left and letter on right.
Reverse
G L PL: Fortuna standing left holding cornucopia in left hand and rudder in right. Letter on left, letter on right, retrograde monogram of PL above right.
Diameter
19.0
Weight
4.08
Reference
Rowan, C. (2020 forthcoming). The Roman tokens in the Ashmolean Museum. Numismatic Chronicle 180., TURS 3106
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
Female figure standing left with left arm raised to head and right hand outstretched holding uncertain object (Venus looking in mirror attending to her hair?).
Reverse
Uncertain image.
Diameter
13.0
Weight
2.49
Reference
Rowan, C. (2020 forthcoming). The Roman tokens in the Ashmolean Museum. Numismatic Chronicle 180.
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
SI
Reverse
MP
Diameter
16.0
Weight
2.96
Reference
Rowan, C. (2020 forthcoming). The Roman tokens in the Ashmolean Museum. Numismatic Chronicle 180., TURS 3484
Date
27 B.C. - A.D. 57
Obverse
FEL: Laureate head of Augustus right, FEL beneath, all within linear border and wreath.
Reverse
XIII: Number within dotted border and wreath.
Diameter
22.0
Weight
4.52
Reference
Rowan, C. (2020 forthcoming). The Roman tokens in the Ashmolean Museum. Numismatic Chronicle 180.
Date
27 B.C. - A.D. 57
Obverse
Bare head of Augustus left within linear border.
Reverse
IIII: Number within dotted border and wreath.
Diameter
20.0
Weight
4.01
Reference
Buttrey 1973 B7 IIII, Rowan, C. (2020 forthcoming). The Roman tokens in the Ashmolean Museum. Numismatic Chronicle 180.
Date
27 B.C. - A.D. 57
Obverse
Laureate head of Augustus left within dotted border and wreath.
Reverse
AVG: Legend (letters ligate) within dotted border and wreath.
Diameter
22.0
Weight
3.92
Reference
Buttrey 1973 B8 AVG, Rowan, C. (2020 forthcoming). The Roman tokens in the Ashmolean Museum. Numismatic Chronicle 180.
Date
27 B.C. - A.D. 57
Obverse
Radiate head of Augustus left within linear border within wreath.
Reverse
III: Number within dotted border and wreath.
Diameter
20.0
Weight
3.18
Reference
Buttrey 1973 B9 III, Rowan, C. (2020 forthcoming). The Roman tokens in the Ashmolean Museum. Numismatic Chronicle 180.
Date
27 B.C. - A.D. 57
Obverse
Radiate head of Augustus left within linear border within wreath.
Reverse
V: Number within dotted border and wreath.
Diameter
21.0
Weight
3.72
Reference
Rowan, C. (2020 forthcoming). The Roman tokens in the Ashmolean Museum. Numismatic Chronicle 180.
Date
27 B.C. - A.D. 57
Obverse
Radiate head of Augustus left within linear border within wreath.
Reverse
XIII: Number within dotted border and wreath.
Diameter
4.41
Weight
1.0
Reference
Rowan, C. (2020 forthcoming). The Roman tokens in the Ashmolean Museum. Numismatic Chronicle 180.
Date
27 B.C. - A.D. 57
Obverse
Auriga (charioteer) driving a biga of horses right, carrying a long palm branch.
Reverse
VIII: Number within dotted border and wreath.
Diameter
21.0
Weight
3.71
Reference
Rowan, C. (2020 forthcoming). The Roman tokens in the Ashmolean Museum. Numismatic Chronicle 180.
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
Silenus (?) riding on donkey right; bell hangs from the donkey’s neck. Dotted border.
Reverse
AI: Legend within dotted border.
Diameter
21.0
Weight
2.52
Reference
Rowan, C. (2020 forthcoming). The Roman tokens in the Ashmolean Museum. Numismatic Chronicle 180.
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
Two men facing each other holding hands, both with one leg lifted, stamping grapes in a basin to make wine. Vines rise up around them. Dotted border.
Reverse
AXVI: Legend, dotted border.
Diameter
20.0
Weight
6.29
Reference
Rowan, C. (2020 forthcoming). The Roman tokens in the Ashmolean Museum. Numismatic Chronicle 180.
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 100
Mint
Rome
Obverse
C. MITREIVS L. F. MAG. IVVENT: Bare male head right, cornucopia (?) below. C. MITREIVS L. F. MAG. IVVENT around. Dotted border.
Reverse
L. SEXTILI∙ S.P.: Two story building with five columns on each floor (basilica?). On the building, between each floor, L. SEXTILI∙ S.P.
Diameter
20.0
Weight
3.58
Reference
Rowan, C. (2020 forthcoming). The Roman tokens in the Ashmolean Museum. Numismatic Chronicle 180.
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
Vexillum. Dotted border.
Reverse
Victory walking left holding wreath in outstretched right hand and palm in left. Dotted border.
Diameter
18.0
Weight
3.41
Reference
Rowan, C. (2020 forthcoming). The Roman tokens in the Ashmolean Museum. Numismatic Chronicle 180.
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