Region: Italy
Displaying records 1781 to 1800 of 1973 total results.
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
Mercury standing left holding caduceus in left hand and purse in outstretched right.
Reverse
Cerberus standing right.
Diameter
18.0
Reference
TURS 2674
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
Nude male youthful figure seated left on rock, leaning on left hand.
Reverse
Rooster standing right.
Diameter
15.0
Reference
TURS 2733
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
Nude male figure seated left with right hand outstretched and left at side.
Reverse
Lion standing right with left forepaw raised.
Diameter
17.0
Reference
TURS 2734
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
Nude male figure seated left on rocks, right arm stretched forward and leaning on left hand.
Reverse
Wreath.
Diameter
20.0
Reference
TURS 2735
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
Head of Mercury (?) right.
Reverse
Rooster standing right.
Diameter
21.0
Reference
TURS 2741
Date
A.D. 294 - A.D. 305
Mint
Rome
Obverse
IOVI-DIOCLETIANO AVG: Radiate bust of Diocletian l. with the mantle of Jupiter on his l. shoulder and his r. arm, holding a scepter in his raised r. hand
Reverse
VOT-A PVBLICA: Neptune standing r., l. foot on a prow, holding a trident in his r. hand and a dolphin in his l., facing Isis who stands facing him, wearing a basileion, holding a sistrum in her r. hand and a situla in her l.
Diameter
27.0
Weight
9.21
Reference
A. Alföldi, Isis-szertartások Rómában a negyedik század keresztény császárai alatt = A Festival of Isis in Rome under the Christian Emperors of the IVth Century (Dissertationes Pannonicae ex Instituto Numismatico et Archaeologico Universitatis de Petro Pàzmàny Nominatae Budapestinensis Provenientes, Serie II, 7), Budapest 1937, no. 1, pl. I, 3., F. Gnecchi, I medaglioni romani, Volume III: Bronzo, Milano 1912, p. 78, no. 40, pl. 158, 11., S. Estiot, ‘Sine arcu sagittae: La représentation numismatique de plumbatae/mattiobarbuli aux IIIe-IVe siècles (279-307 de n. è.)’, NZ 116-117 (2008), pp. 177-201, p. 199, no. 35.
Date
A.D. 305 - A.D. 306
Mint
Rome
Obverse
D N DIOCLETIANO FELICISSIMO SEN AVG: Laureate bust of Diocletian r., wearing a consular garb, holding a small olive branch in his r. hand and a mappa in his l.
Reverse
VOTA PVBLI-CA: Serapis and Isis on galley sailing r.; Serapis is seated r. on the stern, wearing a modius and holding the bottom of the mainsail in his l. hand; on the r., Isis stands r. on the prow, head turned back l. towards Serapis, wearing a basileion and holding the foremast sail in both hands
Diameter
27.0
Reference
A. Alföldi, Isis-szertartások Rómában a negyedik század keresztény császárai alatt = A Festival of Isis in Rome under the Christian Emperors of the IVth Century (Dissertationes Pannonicae ex Instituto Numismatico et Archaeologico Universitatis de Petro Pàzmàny Nominatae Budapestinensis Provenientes, Serie II, 7), Budapest 1937, no. 2, pl. I, 1.
Date
A.D. 305 - A.D. 306
Mint
Rome
Obverse
D N MAXIMIANO FELICISSIMO SEN AVG: Laureate bust of Maximian Herculius r., wearing a consular garb, holding a small olive branch in his r. hand and a mappa in his l.
Reverse
VOTA PVBLI-CA: Serapis and Isis on galley sailing r.; Serapis is seated r. on the stern, wearing a modius and holding the bottom of the mainsail in his l. hand; on the r., Isis stands r. on the prow, head turned back l. towards Serapis, wearing a basileion and holding the foremast sail in both hands
Diameter
27.0
Weight
8.86
Reference
S. Estiot, ‘Sine arcu sagittae: La représentation numismatique de plumbatae/mattiobarbuli aux IIIe-IVe siècles (279-307 de n. è.)’, NZ 116-117 (2008), p. 199, no. 38.
Date
A.D. 294 - A.D. 305
Mint
Rome
Obverse
IMP MAXIMIANVS P F AVG: Laureate head of Maximian Herculius r.
Reverse
VOTA PVBLICA: Isis standing l., wearing a basileion, holding a sistrum in her raised r. hand and a situla in her l.
Diameter
20.0
Weight
3.13
Reference
P. Bastien, ‘Una moneta della serie «Vota Publica» con l’effigie di Galerio Augusto’, Numismatica 6 (1965), pp. 97-98, pl. I, 3.
Date
A.D. 294 - A.D. 305
Mint
Rome
Obverse
VIRTVS MAXIMIANI AVG: Radiate bust of Maximian Herculius l., wearing a lion’s skin over his shoulders and holding a club over his r. shoulder
Reverse
VOT-A PVBLICA: Neptune standing r., l. foot on a prow, holding a trident in his r. hand and a dolphin in his l., facing Isis who stands facing him, wearing a basileion, holding a sistrum in her r. hand and a situla in her l.
Weight
9.68
Reference
Stack’s Coin Galleries Sale, 20.10.2010, lot 234.
Date
A.D. 316
Mint
Rome
Obverse
IMP LICINIVS P F AVG: Laureate and cuirassed bust of Licinius I r., wearing a paludamentum, seen from behind
Reverse
VOTA P-VBLICA: Isis standing l., wearing a basileion, holding a sistrum in her raised r. hand and a situla in her l.
Diameter
15.0
Weight
2.3
Reference
A. Alföldi, Isis-szertartások Rómában a negyedik század keresztény császárai alatt = A Festival of Isis in Rome under the Christian Emperors of the IVth Century (Dissertationes Pannonicae ex Instituto Numismatico et Archaeologico Universitatis de Petro Pàzmàny Nominatae Budapestinensis Provenientes, Serie II, 7), Budapest 1937, no. 7, pl. XIX, 33., CNG 90, 23.05.2012, lot 1714., G. Mazzini, Monete Imperiali Romane. Volume Quinto. Da Severo II a Romolo Augustolo. Tessere - Contorniati, Milano 1958,p. 49, no. 203, pl. XV., Gilhofer & Ranschburg-Hess, 22.05.1935, no. 3781 (Trau coll.)., L. Ramskold, ‘A die link study of Constantine’s pagan Festival of Isis tokens and affiliated coin-like ‘fractions’: chronology and relation to major imperial events’, JNG 66 (2016), no. 027., Münzhandlung Basel 8, 22.03.1937, no. 1059., NAC 15, 18.05.1999, lot 480.
Date
A.D. 305 - A.D. 306
Mint
Rome
Obverse
IMP CONSTANTIVS P F AVG: Radiate and cuirassed bust of Constantius Chlorus r., holding a transverse spear in his r. hand and a shield in his l.
Reverse
VOT-A PVBLICA: Neptune standing r., l. foot on a prow, holding a trident in his r. hand and a dolphin in his l., facing Isis who stands facing him, wearing a basileion, holding a sistrum in her r. hand and a situla in her l.
Diameter
24.0
Weight
6.62
Reference
A. Alföldi, Isis-szertartások Rómában a negyedik század keresztény császárai alatt = A Festival of Isis in Rome under the Christian Emperors of the IVth Century (Dissertationes Pannonicae ex Instituto Numismatico et Archaeologico Universitatis de Petro Pàzmàny Nominatae Budapestinensis Provenientes, Serie II, 7), Budapest 1937, no. 4, pls. I, 4, and XII., F. Gnecchi, I medaglioni romani, Volume III: Bronzo, Milano 1912, p. 84, no. 12, pl. 158, 30, S. Estiot, ‘Sine arcu sagittae: La représentation numismatique de plumbatae/mattiobarbuli aux IIIe-IVe siècles (279-307 de n. è.)’, NZ 116-117 (2008), p. 199, no. 36.
Date
A.D. 316
Mint
Rome
Obverse
IMP LICINIVS P F AVG: Laureate and cuirassed bust of Licinius I r., wearing a paludamentum, seen from behind
Reverse
VOTA P-VBLICA: Isis standing l., wearing a basileion, holding a sistrum in her raised r. hand and a situla in her l.
Diameter
16.0
Reference
A. Alföldi, Isis-szertartások Rómában a negyedik század keresztény császárai alatt = A Festival of Isis in Rome under the Christian Emperors of the IVth Century (Dissertationes Pannonicae ex Instituto Numismatico et Archaeologico Universitatis de Petro Pàzmàny Nominatae Budapestinensis Provenientes, Serie II, 7), Budapest 1937, no. 6, pl. I, 17., Ch. Ramus, Catalogus Numorum Veterum Graecorum et Latinorum Musei Regis Daniae. Pars II. Moneta Romanorum, vol. II, Continens, Hafniae 1816, p. 231, no. 93., L. Ramskold, ‘A die link study of Constantine’s pagan Festival of Isis tokens and affiliated coin-like ‘fractions’: chronology and relation to major imperial events’, JNG 66 (2016), no. 025.
Date
A.D. 316
Mint
Rome
Obverse
IMP LICINIVS P F AVG: Laureate and cuirassed bust of Licinius I r., wearing a paludamentum, seen from behind
Reverse
VOTA P-VBLICA: Isis standing l., wearing a basileion, holding a sistrum in her raised r. hand and a situla in her l.
Diameter
16.0
Weight
2.47
Reference
A. Alföldi, Isis-szertartások Rómában a negyedik század keresztény császárai alatt = A Festival of Isis in Rome under the Christian Emperors of the IVth Century (Dissertationes Pannonicae ex Instituto Numismatico et Archaeologico Universitatis de Petro Pàzmàny Nominatae Budapestinensis Provenientes, Serie II, 7), Budapest 1937, no. 7, pl. I, 20., L. Ramskold, ‘A die link study of Constantine’s pagan Festival of Isis tokens and affiliated coin-like ‘fractions’: chronology and relation to major imperial events’, JNG 66 (2016), no. 026.
Date
A.D. 305 - A.D. 306
Mint
Rome
Obverse
VI-RTVS MAXIMIANI AVG: Radiate and cuirassed bust of Galerius Valerius Maximianus r., holding a transverse spear in his r. hand, and two arrows and a shield in his l.
Reverse
VOT-A PVBLICA: Neptune standing r., l. foot on a prow, holding a trident in his r. hand and a dolphin in his l., facing Isis who stands facing him, wearing a basileion, holding a sistrum in her r. hand and a situla in her l.
Diameter
26.0
Weight
6.1
Reference
A. Alföldi, Isis-szertartások Rómában a negyedik század keresztény császárai alatt = A Festival of Isis in Rome under the Christian Emperors of the IVth Century (Dissertationes Pannonicae ex Instituto Numismatico et Archaeologico Universitatis de Petro Pàzmàny Nominatae Budapestinensis Provenientes, Serie II, 7), Budapest 1937,no. 5, pls. XII, 3, and XIX, 27., F. Gnecchi, I medaglioni romani, Volume III: Bronzo, Milano 1912,p. 81, no. 34, pl. 158, 24., S. Estiot, ‘Sine arcu sagittae: La représentation numismatique de plumbatae/mattiobarbuli aux IIIe-IVe siècles (279-307 de n. è.)’, NZ 116-117 (2008), p. 197, no. 13, and p. 199, no. 37.
Date
A.D. 316
Mint
Rome
Obverse
IMP LICINIVS P F AVG: Laureate and cuirassed bust of Licinius I r., wearing a paludamentum, seen from behind
Reverse
VOTA P-VBLICA: Isis standing l., wearing a basileion, holding a sistrum in her raised r. hand and a situla in her l.
Diameter
15.0
Weight
2.07
Reference
A. Alföldi, Isis-szertartások Rómában a negyedik század keresztény császárai alatt = A Festival of Isis in Rome under the Christian Emperors of the IVth Century (Dissertationes Pannonicae ex Instituto Numismatico et Archaeologico Universitatis de Petro Pàzmàny Nominatae Budapestinensis Provenientes, Serie II, 7), Budapest 1937, no. 6.
Date
A.D. 316
Mint
Rome
Obverse
IMP LICINIVS P F AVG: Laureate and cuirassed bust of Licinius I r., wearing a paludamentum, seen from behind
Reverse
VOTA P-VBLICA: Isis standing l., wearing a basileion, holding a sistrum in her raised r. hand and a situla in her l.
Weight
2.28
Reference
L. Ramskold, ‘A die link study of Constantine’s pagan Festival of Isis tokens and affiliated coin-like ‘fractions’: chronology and relation to major imperial events’, JNG 66 (2016), no. 028., New York Sale 1, 03.12.1998, lot 354.
Date
A.D. 305 - A.D. 306
Mint
Rome
Obverse
D N DIOCLETIANO FELICISSIMO SEN AVG: Laureate bust of Diocletian r., wearing a consular garb, holding a small olive branch in his r. hand and a mappa in his l.
Reverse
VOTA PVBLI-CA: Serapis and Isis on galley sailing r.; Serapis is seated r. on the stern, wearing a modius and holding the bottom of the mainsail in his l. hand; on the r., Isis stands r. on the prow, head turned back l. towards Serapis, wearing a basileion and holding the foremast sail in both hands
Diameter
27.0
Weight
7.03
Reference
Aufhäuser 9, 07-09.10.1992, lot 1223.
Date
A.D. 316
Mint
Rome
Obverse
IMP LICINIVS P F AVG: Laureate and cuirassed bust of Licinius I r., seen from behind
Reverse
VOTA P-VBLICA: Isis standing l. on galley with oars and a mast sailing l., wearing a basileion, holding a sistrum in her raised r. hand and a situla in her l.; beneath the goddess are four rowers
Diameter
17.0
Weight
1.99
Date
A.D. 313 - A.D. 331
Mint
Rome
Obverse
IMP CONSTANTINVS P F AVG: Laureate and cuirassed bust of Constantine I r.
Reverse
VOTA-PVB-LICA: Neptune standing r., l. foot on a prow, holding a trident in his r. hand and a dolphin in his l., facing Isis who stands facing him, wearing a basileion, holding a sistrum in her r. hand and a situla in her l.
Diameter
17.0
Weight
1.34
Reference
A. Alföldi, Isis-szertartások Rómában a negyedik század keresztény császárai alatt = A Festival of Isis in Rome under the Christian Emperors of the IVth Century (Dissertationes Pannonicae ex Instituto Numismatico et Archaeologico Universitatis de Petro Pàzmàny Nominatae Budapestinensis Provenientes, Serie II, 7), Budapest 1937, no. 14, pl. I, 16, L. Ramskold, ‘A die link study of Constantine’s pagan Festival of Isis tokens and affiliated coin-like ‘fractions’: chronology and relation to major imperial events’, JNG 66 (2016), no. 003.
Displaying records 1781 to 1800 of 1973 total results.

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