Deity: Asclepius
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Date
350 BCE - 300 BCE
Mint
Epidaurus
Obverse
Asklepios hd.
Reverse
E in wreath
Weight
1.48
Mint
Hadrianothera
Obverse
Antinoos bust r.
Reverse
Asclepius stg.
Diameter
20.0
Weight
3.85
Mint
Pergamum
Obverse
Asclepius head laureate right
Reverse
serpent coiled around omphalos
Diameter
19.0
Weight
7.75
Date
180 BCE - 88 BCE
Denomination
drachm
Mint
Cos
Obverse
Asklepios hd. bearded r.
Reverse
ΤΙΜΟΞ/ΕΚΑΤΑΙ/ΚΩΙ/Δ: coiled snake and magistrate's name within incuse square
Diameter
16.0
Weight
1.94
Reference
MN XI, SNG Ashmolean 462, Stefanaki 2012, n 2116; Delrieux 'Carie', 31
Denomination
Seal, Gem
Obverse
Aesculapius at l. facing r. holding snake-entwined staff; at r., Hygeia stdg l., holding snake.
Weight
0.92
Reference
179
Denomination
Seal, Gem
Obverse
Aesculapius at l. stdg l., head to r., holding snake-entwined staff in l. At r., Hygeia stdg l., holding snake in l. and patera in r. Both on tall base.
Weight
1.554
Reference
N 118
Date
156 - 157
Denomination
As, As
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
AVRELIVS CAE [S ANTON AVG PII F: Head of Marcus Aurelius, bare, right
Reverse
TR POT XI COS II/ S - C left and right, low in field.: Aesculapius, naked to waist, standing, left, holding in right hand rod, round which snake twines, upright on ground, left hand at side.
Diameter
25.0
Weight
9.47
Reference
BMC 2034, RIC III Antoninus Pius 1341A (as)
Mint
Pergamum
Obverse
Asclepius head laureate right
Reverse
serpent coiled around omphalos
Diameter
19.0
Weight
5.93
Date
215
Denomination
Denarius, Denarius
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
ANTONINVS PIVS AVG GERM: Head laureate right
Reverse
P M TR P XVIII COS IIII P P: Asculapius standing front, holding serpent-wreathed wand, to right globe
Diameter
19.5
Weight
2.85
Reference
BMC 451.103, RIC IV Caracalla 251
Date
88 BCE - 50 BCE
Mint
Cos
Obverse
Asklepios hd. r.
Reverse
serpent staff and magistrate's name within pellet circle
Weight
6.56
Date
138 - 161
Mint
Tomis
Obverse
Antoninus Pius head
Reverse
Asclepius stg.
Weight
4.12
Denomination
tetras
Mint
Rhegium
Obverse
Dioscuri heads jugate
Reverse
Asclepius stg., holding branch, bird, scepter
Reference
ANSNSG 3.781not
Denomination
Tetradrachm
Mint
Alexandreia
Obverse
DIOKLETIANOS SEB: Bust laur. cuir. r.
Reverse
Asclepius hd. r.
Weight
8.64
Reference
D 5625, M -
Date
215
Denomination
Sestertius, Sestertius
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
M AVREL ANTON[INV]S PIVS AVG [GERM]: Bust laureate draped cuirassed right
Reverse
[P M TR] P XVIII IMP III COS IIII P P: Aesculapius standing holding serpent- entwined rod; small figure (Telesphorus) standing left
Diameter
30.0
Weight
28.25
Reference
BMC 485.279, RIC IV Caracalla 538B
Date
180 - 192
Mint
Pergamum
Obverse
Commodus bust r.
Reverse
Asclepius and Ephesian Artemis stg. facing
Diameter
32.0
Weight
16.44
Date
350 BCE - 300 BCE
Mint
Epidaurus
Obverse
Asklepios hd.
Reverse
E in wreath
Weight
2.46
Date
253 - 260
Mint
Cotiaeum
Obverse
Valerian bust rad. dr. with spear and shield l.
Reverse
Asklepios and Hygeia stg., between them Telesphoros
Weight
8.12
Date
215
Denomination
Denarius, Denarius
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
ANTONINVS PIVS AVG GERM: Head laureate right
Reverse
P M TR P XVIII COS IIII P P: Asculapius standing front, holding serpent-wreathed wand, to right globe
Diameter
18.5
Weight
3.19
Reference
BMC 451.103, RIC IV Caracalla 251
Provenance
F. Munroe Endicott
Mint
Pergamum
Obverse
Asclepius head laureate right
Reverse
serpent coiled around staff
Diameter
16.0
Weight
4.16
Mint
Pergamum
Obverse
Asclepius head laureate right
Reverse
serpent coiled around omphalos
Diameter
19.0
Weight
9.76
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