Reference: Stumpf 58
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Denomination
cistophorus
Mint
Ephesus
Obverse
Cista mystica from which serpent emerges within ivy wreath
Reverse
Between facing serpents, a round temple surmounted by the statue of a female standing l. holding spear or long staff. To l., ΕΦΕ with date Π-nau above and headdress of Isis below; to r., flaming torch; below, signature ΑΡΑΤΟC
Weight
9.25
Reference
Stumpf 58
Date
49 BCE - 48 BCE
Denomination
Cistophorus
Mint
Ephesus
Obverse
Cista mystica with an open lid and a hanging snake on left; around, ivy wreath
Reverse
C.FAN-PONT[PR]; Πς ΕΦΕ; APATOC: Four columned temple, with female figure standing left atop with sceptre, flanked by two snakes; to left, date, ethnic, and headdress of Isis; to right, torch; below, APATOC
Diameter
15.6
Weight
10.94
Reference
Metcalf LRC XXI 79a, Stumpf 58
Provenance
Witschonke ex H. Berk, 2/15/83, lot 109
Date
49 BCE - 48 BCE
Denomination
Cistophorus
Mint
Ephesus
Obverse
Cista mystica with an open lid and a hanging snake on left; around, ivy wreath
Reverse
C.FAN-PONT[PR]; Πς ΕΦΕ; APATOC: Four columned temple, with female figure standing left atop with sceptre, flanked by two snakes; to left, date, ethnic, and headdress of Isis; to right, torch; below, APATOC
Diameter
26.5
Weight
10.81
Reference
Metcalf LRC XXI 82a, Stumpf 58
Provenance
Witschonke ex CNG 41, 3/19/97, lot 553
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