Material: Clay
Displaying records 1 to 20 of 21 total results.

objects: 22
Date
200 B.C. - 100 B.C.
Obverse
Vertical and partially readable (MOTYK-[...]): Demeter searching for Kore standing and holding two torches.
Reverse
Blank.
Date
388 B.C. - 86 B.C.
Mint
Athens
Obverse
Cock, right, on ground line.
Reverse
Letter Ρ: Letter Rho in double lines.
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
388 B.C. - 86 B.C.
Mint
Athens
Obverse
Female head right with pendant earring.
Reverse
Letter Y.: Letter Ypsilon.
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
388 B.C. - 86 B.C.
Mint
Athens
Obverse
Cicada seen from above.
Reverse
Letter K: Letter Kappa.
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
388 B.C. - 86 B.C.
Mint
Athens
Obverse
Crab
Reverse
Letter Kappa
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)

object: 1
Date
44 B.C.
Mint
Tyndaris
Obverse
Caps of the Dioscuri and two stylised crosses representing stars above.
Reverse
Blank.
Reference
Crisà A., A rare clay token in context: a fortunate and recorded discovery from the necropolis of Tindari (Messina, 1896), in C. Rowan (ed.), Tokens: Culture, Connections, Communities. An Interdisciplinary Conference at the University of Warwick, 8-10 June 2017. London: Royal Numismatic Society 2019 (forthcoming)., Crisà A., When Archaeology Meets Communities: Impacting Interactions in Northern Sicily Over Two Eras (Messina, 1861-1918). Oxford: Archaeopress 2018, TIND.7.90–91.

object: 1
Date
100 B.C.
Obverse
Tyche/Fortuna standing left holding a spear in her right hand and a cornucopia in her left hand.
Reverse
Blank
Obverse
Head of Janus.
Reverse
Blank.
Reference
Rostowzew, M. (1903). Tesserarum urbis romae et suburbi. St. Petersburg., https://zenon.dainst.org/Record/000917434
Date
300 B.C. - 86 B.C.
Mint
Athens
Obverse
A man bending over to right, club in field, oval stamp 7 x 12.
Reverse
Hand and wrist.
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
Palmette
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
Two Erotes squatting on altar, facing each other; volutes on altar and wreath around it.
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
Bearded man dressed in short chiton stands right in naiskos. He wears a round flat hat with tassel hanging on his back. He holds indeterminate object in his outstretched hands. Palmette crowns the pediment.
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
Standing figure, semi-draped, half left, head left, scarf or mantle above head; transparent drapery across and beside the legs. At right end of mantle a round disc, at left a star (?). A poor or much worn impression of a signet ring or gem of good workmanship
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
Kneeling warrior with shield, spear, helmet, attacked from left by lion.
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
Prow right with small figure seated on the forecastle, knees drawn up.
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
Athena bust right, with Corinthian helmet and aegis, long curls.
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)
Mint
Athens
Obverse
Female bust at right, hair in bun low on neck, facing a male bust at left, uncertain long oval object 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
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
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
Herakles stealing tripod. Herakles moving left, head turned back, club in right hand, tripod in left. Just below the right hand, part of a snake with raised head and, between the legs, a thin line, probably the leg of an animal.
Reverse
Youth with maiden seated on his lap. Youth seated left with maiden, right, seated On his lap; a petasos hanging from the youth's shoulders.
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)
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