Material: Bronze
Displaying records 41 to 47 of 47 total results.

object: 1
Date
A.D. 395 - A.D. 423
Mint
Rome
Obverse
ALEXS-ANDRI: Bust of Alexander the Great right, wearing lion’s skin over head, its paws knotted on his chest.
Reverse
No legend: Erotic scene showing an ithyphallic man standing left, who touches the back of a woman right, leaning against a vase, and turned towards the man.
Reference
A. Alföldi, 'Asina II. Weitere heidnische Neujahrsmünzen aus dem spätantiken Rom', GNS 2 (8), 1951, pp. 92-96., C. Mondello, ‘Re-reading the So-called «Asina tokens»: Religious Diversity in Late Antiquity’, AJN 32 (2020), p. 276, no. 4, Pl. 23.4., F. Lenzi, 'Di alcune medaglie religiose del IV secolo', Bilychnis 2, 1913, pp. 113-131., H. Cohen, Description Historique des Monnaies frappées sous l’empire romain communément appelées médailles imperials, VIII, Paris 1892, p. 322, no. 402.

object: 1
Date
A.D. 395 - A.D. 423
Mint
Rome
Obverse
PROVI-DENTIA R M: Female bust with crown ending in a crescent shape (Isis?) right.
Reverse
ROMA: Donkey standing right suckling a foal; a scorpion above.
Reference
A. Alföldi, 'Asina. Eine dritte Gruppe heidnischer Neujahrsmünzen im spätantiken Rom', GNS 2 (7), 1951, pp. 57-66., A. Hess, R mische Münzen, Sammlungen F. A. Walters und P. H. Webb, Montag, den 9. Mai 1932 und folgende Tage, lot 2768., C. Mondello, ‘Re-reading the So-called «Asina tokens»: Religious Diversity in Late Antiquity’, AJN 32 (2020), p. 278, no. 9, Pl. 24.8., Martinetti and Nervegna, M dailles grecques et romaines. Aes grave, 18 Novembre 1907 et les jours suivants (Paris 1907), lot 2100.
Date
A.D. 395 - A.D. 423
Mint
Rome
Obverse
D N HONORI-VS P F AVG: Pearl-diademed, draped, cuirassed bust of Honorius right.
Reverse
ASINA: Donkey standing right suckling a foal.
Reference
A. Alföldi, 'Asina. Eine dritte Gruppe heidnischer Neujahrsmünzen im spätantiken Rom', GNS 2 (7), 1951, pp. 57-66., C. Mondello, ‘Re-reading the So-called «Asina tokens»: Religious Diversity in Late Antiquity’, AJN 32 (2020), pp. 277-278, nos. 07-08., F. Lenzi, 'Di alcune medaglie religiose del IV secolo', Bilychnis 2, 1913, pp. 113-131., H. Tanini, Numismatum Imperatorum Romanorum a Trajano Decio ad Constantinum Draconem ab Anselmo Bandurio editorum Supplementum, Romae 1791, p. 352, Tab. VIII.

object: 1
Date
A.D. 375 - A.D. 455
Mint
Rome
Obverse
D N VA […] S (?) P F AVG: Draped and diademed bust of a Roman emperor (Valentinian II or III?), right.
Reverse
Donkey standing right suckling a foal, with a scorpion above.
Reference
C. Mondello, ‘Re-reading the So-called «Asina tokens»: Religious Diversity in Late Antiquity’, AJN 32 (2020), p. 277, no. 6., F. Lenzi, 'Di alcune medaglie religiose del IV secolo', Bilychnis 2, 1913, p. 114, no. 7, H. Cohen, Description Historique des Monnaies frappées sous l’empire romain communément appelées médailles imperials, VIII, Paris 1892.
Date
A.D. 375 - A.D. 455
Mint
Rome
Obverse
D N V [...]: Laureate, draped, cuirassed bust of a Roman emperor.
Reverse
No legend: Donkey standing right suckling a foal; a scorpion above.
Reference
A. Alföldi, 'Asina II. Weitere heidnische Neujahrsmünzen aus dem spätantiken Rom', GNS 2 (8), 1951, pp. 92-96., C. Cavedoni, 'Médailles du temps d’Honorius portant des signes chrétiens mêlés à des types païens', Revue Numismatique 1857, pp. 309-314., C. Mondello, ‘Re-reading the So-called «Asina tokens»: Religious Diversity in Late Antiquity’, AJN 32 (2020), p. 276, no. 5, Pl. 23.5., F. Lenzi, 'Di alcune medaglie religiose del IV secolo', Bilychnis 2, 1913, pp. 113-131., F. Vettori, De vetustate et forma monogrammatis SS. Nominis Jesu, Romae 1747, pp. 60-64., P.M. Paciaudi, Osservazioni sopra alcune singolari e strane medaglie, Napoli 1748.
Obverse
MAXI–MIANI: Diademed and draped bust of Maximian (AD 286–305), seen from behind.
Reverse
No legend: Centaur fighting a hero (Hercules?) holding a stone in his attacking left hand.
Reference
A. Alföldi, 'Asina. Eine dritte Gruppe heidnischer Neujahrsmünzen im spätantiken Rom', GNS 2 (7), 1951, pp. 57-66., C. Mondello, ‘Re-reading the So-called «Asina tokens»: Religious Diversity in Late Antiquity’, AJN 32 (2020), pp. 278-279, no. 10, Pl. 24.9.

objects: 2
Date
A.D. 50 - A.D. 100
Obverse
A.P.P.F.: Legend within a wreath. Dotted border.
Reverse
Bust-topped sceptre left. Dotted border.
Reference
Cohen, H. (1859-68). Description historique des monnaies frappées sous l'Empire romain communément appelées, médailles impériales (8 vols). Paris, M. Rollin., Woytek, B. (2015). IO IO TRIVMP und A.P.P.F. Zu zwei Typen römischer Buntmetall-Tesserae. ΤΟΥΤΟ ΑΡΕCH TH XWPA. Festschrift für Wolfgang Hahn zum 70. Geburtstag. W. Szaivert, N. Schindel, M. Beckers and K. Vondrovec. Wien, Instituts für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte: 479-498.
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