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Antiochia, Pisidia
PHILIP I
(244 - 249 CE)
Philip IMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AV[G PM]
Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right.
Rev: ANTIOCHIA COLO
Two standards either side of Vexillum with S R on either side. All surmounted by eagles.
(Cop. 76v)
25 mm / 9.2g
die axis 6:00
VOLUSIAN
(251 - 253 CE)
(Caesar 251 CE)
Volusian Obv: IMP C VIR AP CAL VSSIANO AVG
Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right.
Rev: ANTIO CHI OCLA
Vexillum between two legionary standards, all three surmounted by eagle, S R in exergue.
(Note: Obverse legend omits VOL from Eemperor's name, Blundered legends are common or this issue.)
(SGI 4381v)
23mm / 5.75g
die axis 2:00
VALERIAN I
(253 - 260 CE)
Valerian Obv: IMP CAE R ASLL OVNAHIIIR
Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right.
Rev: ANTIOCHI OCL
River-god reclines left, holding cornucopia, leaning on urn from which water flows.
SR in exergue.
(?)
21 mm / 5.3g
die axis 2:00
GALLIENUS
(253 - 268)
Gallienus Obv: IMP CP AEI LIC CVLIENO
Radiate, draped and curiassed bust right.
Rev: ANTIOCHI COLO (C inverted?)
Tyche standing facing head left, holding cornucopiae and branch. Γ in left field.
(SNG France 1333 (obverse same dies)
(SNG France 1329 (reverse same dies)
(Former J. Coddington Collection)
23mm / 6.43g
die axis 6:00
CLAUDIUS II GOTHICUS
(268 - 270 CE)
Claudius Obv: IMP C M AVR CLAVOIUS P F AS
Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right.
Rev: [ANTIOCHI] OCL
Vexillum surmounted by eagle between two standards. S R in exergue.
(Kryz VII/31)
(Presumably this die combination was among the last used before the mint closed for good).
25 mm / 6.5g
die axis 7:00