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Roman Provincial: Pisidia-Antioch


Roman Provincial, Titus as Caesar, AE21, 69-79, Pisidia-Antioch
T • CAES • IMP • PONT
Laureate head right
ANT • / COL
Priest with vexillum standing right behind two oxen, crescent above
21mm, 6.72g
RPC 1605; SNG von Aulock 4919; SNG Paris 1077
Ex David Cannon Collection


Roman Provincial, Pseudo-Autonomous Coinage, AE13, c.2nd Century AD, Pisidia-Antioch
ANT_IOC
Bust of MÍn on crescent right, wearing Phrygian cap
C_OLO_NIA
Rooster standing right
13mm, 1.54g
SNG BN Paris 1064
Ex David Cannon Collection


Roman Provincial, Pseudo-Autonomous Coinage, AE13, c.2nd Century AD, Pisidia-Antioch
ANTIO_CHI (retrograde counterclockwise)
Bare headed, draped bust right, caduceus over shoulder
CO_LON
Rooster standing right
12mm x 14mm, 1.55g
cf. SNG BN Paris 1069; cf. SNG Copenhagen 16
Ex David Cannon Collection


Caracalla, AE22, 198-217, Pisidia-Antioch
. IMP . CAES M AVR-ANTONINVS . A
Laureate head right
ANT_IOCH-G_EN CL CA
Genius standing facing, modius on head left, branch downward in right hand, cornucopiae in left
22mm x 23mm, 6.09g
Mionnet Supplement 7, 49; BMC 41 variant; SNG France 1149 variant


Gordian III, AE22, 238-244, Pisidia-Antioch
IMP CAES M ANT GORDIANOC
Laureate, draped, cuirassed bust right, seen from behind
COL CE_S ANTIOC
Bust right wearing Phrygian hat
S | R across fields
22mm x 24mm, 6.19g


Philip II, AE27, 247-249, Pisidia-Antioch
IMP M IVL PHILIPPVS P F AVG P M
Radiate, draped, cuirassed bust right, seen from behind
CAES ANTIOCH COL
Emperor right in slow quadriga, scepter surmounted by eagle in left hand, reigns in right
SR in exergue
26mm x 27mm, 11.05g
Krzyzanowska I/1; SNG France 1280-1 (same obv. die); Babelon, Waddington 3612


Volusian, AE23, 251-253, Pisidia-Antioch
IMP C VMP CALVSSIANO AVG
Radiate, draped, cuirassed bust right, seen from behind
ANTIOC_HIO CLA
Legionary eagle, on vexillum with SC on banner, between two standards surmounted by wreaths
S R in exergue
23mm, 6.23g
Sear GIC 4381 (legend blundered, which is usual from this mint from Volusian onward)


Valerian I, AE22, 253-260, Pisidia-Antioch
IMP CAE R ASLL OVALHIIR
Radiate, draped, cuirassed bust right, seen from behind
ANTIOC_H_IOCEA
Legionary eagle between two standards surmounted by wreaths
S | R across fields
22mm
BMC Lycia 130, p.199

Note from Curtis Clay: According to Krzyzanowska, BM 130 and 134-5 are all from the same obverse die as your coin.  The legend made no sense to the BM cataloguer G. F. Hill, and he misattributed them to Volusian. Krzyzanowska seems to be right that Valerian was meant.  Compare (your coin) to the legend on her obverse VI which seems surely to mean Valerian - IMP CAE R ASLL OVALEHIR.


Valerian I, AE22, 253-260, Pisidia-Antioch
IMP CAE R ASLL OVALEHIR
Radiate, draped, cuirassed bust right, seen from behind
ANTIO_CHOC
Legionary eagle between two standards surmounted by wreaths
S | R across fields
22mm
BMC Lycia 130, p.199 variant (reverse legend)