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Philippi, Macedonia
CLAUDIUS
(41 CE - 54 CE)
Claudius Obv: [TI CLAVDI]VS CAESAR A[VG P M TR P...]
Claudius, bare head left.
Rev: [COL AVG IVL PHILIP]
Cippus, inscribed DIVVS / AVG, surmounted by statues of Augustus and Julius Caesar; on either side of cippus, an altar.
(GIC 428)
25mm / 10.0g
die axis 5:00
TRAJAN
(98 - 117 CE)
Trajan Obv: [IMP CAES NERVA TRAI GERMAN P M]
Laureate head right.
Rev: [COL AVG IVL PHILIP]
The emperor on platform, behind - Genius of the city, placing wreath on his head; on the platform legend: DIVVS AVG. At each side - altar.
(Moushmov 6927?)
24mm / 9.3g
die axis 12:00
ANTONINUS PIUS
(138 - 161 CE)
Antoninus (145 CE or later)
Obv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TRP COS IIII
Laureate head right.
Rev: COL IVL PHIL
Cippus, inscribed DIVVS / AVG, surmounted by statues of Augustus and Julius Caesar; on either side of cippus, an altar.
(Moushmov 6929)
(Wildwinds Centerfold)
22mm / 6.7g
die axis 5:00
PSEUDO-AUTONOMOUS
Pseudo-Autonomous Obv: Victory standing left on base, holding wreath and palm; VIC-AVG to either side.
Rev: COHOR PRAE PHIL
Three standards.
(RPC 1651)
Time of Claudius or Nero. Commemorates the battle of Philippi, 42 B.C., in which Octavian and Antonydefeated the Republican tyrannicides Brutus and Cassius, who subsequentlycommitted suicide.
17x19mm / 4.5g
die axis 12:00
Pseudo-Autonomous Obv: Victory standing left on base, holding wreath and palm; VIC-AVG to either side.
Rev: COHOR PRAE PHIL
Three standards.
(RPC 1651)
16mm / 2.8g
die axis 6:00
Pseudo-Autonomous Obv: Victory standing left on base, holding wreath and palm; VIC-AVG to either side.
Rev: COHOR PRAE PHIL
Three standards.
(RPC 1651)
16mm / 4.0g
die axis 6:00