Deity: Asclepius
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object: 1
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
Venus Victrix standing right leaning on a column holding a helmet, spear behind
Reverse
Asclepius standing left holding a serpent-entwined rod
Reference
Rostowzew, M. (1903). Tesserarum urbis romae et suburbi. St. Petersburg.

object: 1
Mint
Athens
Obverse
ΕΥΤΥΧΗΣ: Asclepius, Hygieia, and Telesphoros: Asclepius and Hygieia facing with the small figure of Telesphoros between. In field right palm branch, snake beside Asclepius' right leg, uncertain object in field above.
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
Head of Asclepius (?) right.
Reverse
IOVΛ: Snake entwined staff.
Reference
Rostowzew, M. (1903). Tesserarum urbis romae et suburbi. St. Petersburg.
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
Asclepius standing left with serpent-entwined sceptre in right hand.
Reverse
Salus standing right holding serpent in right hand and patera in outstretched left.
Reference
Rostowzew, M. (1903). Tesserarum urbis romae et suburbi. St. Petersburg., https://zenon.dainst.org/Record/000917434
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
Asclepius standing left with serpent-entwined sceptre in right hand.
Reverse
Q SP: Legend in two lines.
Reference
Rostowzew, M. (1903). Tesserarum urbis romae et suburbi. St. Petersburg., https://zenon.dainst.org/Record/000917434

objects: 2
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 267
Mint
Athens
Obverse
Asclepius seated left on stool, leaning on serpent staff. In field left tree trunk and crescent moon, right five stars, to left of head uncertain object. Border of dots 17mm.
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
FGF
Reverse
Asclepius standing on the right holding serpent-entwined staff, facing Salus, who holds snake in left hand and patera in right.
Reference
New type discovered since the publication of TURS.
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
Bearded bust of Sarapis right, with modius.
Reverse
Asclepius standing left with serpent-entwined staff.
Reference
Rostowzew, M. (1903). Tesserarum urbis romae et suburbi. St. Petersburg., https://zenon.dainst.org/Record/000917434
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