Provincial coins of Trajan - Anatolia

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BITHYNIA, Byzantium. Trajan. AD 98-117. AE (22mm, 7.41 g, 1h)
Obv: laureate head right.
Rev: prow of galley right showing ram and two boar-spears.
CNG Elect Auction 347.
RPC3 1069; AMNG__; Varbanov 1635 var. (rev. legend).
BITHYNIA, Byzantium. Trajan. AD 98-117. AE (18mm, 5.16 g, 1h)
Obv: AYT NEP TPAIANOC KAICAP ? ? - Radiate and draped head left, seen from back
Rev: E??I NEIKHC TO ? BYZANTI? N - Crescent star.
Numismatik Naumman Auct 51.
RPC3 1080A, This coin.
BITHYNIA, Heraclaea Pontica; Trajan 98 -117 CE, AE 18 (4.17 g)
Obv: Laureate Head right.
Rev: Turreted female advancing right, holding lance and shield.
Ex: J. S. Wagner Collection; CNG elect. auction 188
RPC3 1167; RG 95 (same obv. die); BMC -; SNG von Aulock -; SNG Copenhagen -.
BITHYNIA, Heraclaea Pontica; Trajan 98 -117 CE, AE 20 (5.16 g)
Obv: Laureate Head right.
Rev: Bust of Athena wearing aegis and Corinthian helmet
Ex: Collection J.P. Righetti, Munzen & Medaillen 15, lot 285 (21 October 2004); Boersema Coins
RPC3 1169; RG 89; BMC 45
BITHYNIA, Kalchedon; Trajan 98 -117 CE, AE 25 (7.78 g) bust counter-mark
Obv: Laureate Head right.
Rev: KALCADONIWN Apollo with lyra on flying swan.
ex: Gerhard Rohde
RPC3 1061; Waddington 58.
BITHYNIA, Juliopolis. Trajan. AD 98-117. AE (33mm, 24.99 g, 7h).
Obv: AVT NEPOYA? TPAIANO? KAI? AP ?EBA ΓEPM, Laureate Head right.
Rev: Ares advancing right, holding spear and trophy over shoulder.
partly monogrammatic ethnic flanking. IOY-?IO?
Ex: CNG Auction 91, Lot 510
RPC3 1098 - this coin; cf. SNG von Aulock 466 for a Homonoia type from the same obverse die. very rare.
BITHYNIA, NICAEA; Trajan 98 -117 CE, AE 19 (3.31 g)
Obv: Laureate Head right.
Rev: Altar/Shrine - ?IOC below
The new RPC3 lists these two coins as coming from an uncertain mint.
RPC3 1150; Lindgren 132 - scarce
BITHYNIA, NICAEA; Trajan 98 -117 CE, AE 22 (6.17 g)
Obv: Laureate Head right.
Rev: Altar/Shrine with closed doors - (?IOC) below
ex: Rudnik
RPC3 1150; Lindgren 132 - scarce
BITHYNIA, Prusa; Trajan 98 -117 CE, AE 21 (5.29 g)
Obv:AY NEP TPAIANOC KAIKAP CEB ΓEPM ? AK. Laureate head right.
Rev: ?POYCAE?N Artemis advancing left, holding torch in each hand.
ex: Gitbud & Naumann - Auction 38, Lot 418
RPC3 1046; RIC III 1046; SNG von Aulock 868
BITHYNIA, Prusias ad Hypium; Trajan 98 - 117 CE, AE 35 (24.32 g)
Obv: Laureate Head right.
Rev: EIRHNH SEBASTH Eirene standing left holding branch and cornucopia
ex: Gerhard Rohde
RPC3 1101; cf. Aulock 867; Not in BMC, Kopenhagen, Waddington, Lindgren.
BITHYNIA, Prusias ad Hypium; Trajan 98 - 117 CE, AE 35 (22.9 g)
Obv: Laureate Head right.
Rev: Eirene standing left holding branch and cornucopia
ex: Ancient Imports
RPC3 1101; cf. Aulock 867;  Sear 988
Bithynia, Tium. Trajan. 98-117 AD. AE 32mm (23.56 gm).
Obv: AVT NEP TPAIANOC KAICAP CEB ?M D, Laureate bust right, slight drapery on far shoulder
Rev: ZEVC CVPGACTEIOC TIANWN, Zeus Syrgastes standing left, holding patera and sceptre, eagle at feet.
CNG auction 67; Ex: Tony Hardy Collection.
RPC3 1187; Waddington, RG pg. 619, 25-26 var. (bust type and legends); Mionnet Supp. V pg. 258, 1503 var; Weber 4933 var.
Bithynia, Tium. Trajan. 98-117 AD. AE 34mm (23.58 gm).
Obv: AVT NEP TPAIANOC KAICAP CEBA GERM DAK, Solemn Laureate bust right, slight drapery on far shoulder (?)
Rev: TEIA-NON, Hera standing r., holding sceptre; confronting Zeus Syrgastes, standing l., holding patera and sceptre.
Gerhard Rohde.
RPC3 1185; SNG von Aulock 933 var. Rare.
Bithynia, Uncertain. Trajan. 98-117 AD. AE 23mm (7.29 gm).
Obv: AVT NEP TPAIANOC KAICAP CEBAC GRM right.
Rev: Eagle with wings spread standing on globe to front, head r.
Naville Numismatik.
RPC3 1124
Pontus, Amasia, AE 22, 7.67g Trajan 98-117
Obv: Laureate bust right; AV NE TPAIANOC KAI CE GEP DAKIKOC.
Rev: AMACEON ETOVC; Tetrastyle temple front. year EIP=115 below.
Ex: Gert Boersema
RPC3 2911; SNG Von Aulock 18
Pontus, Amasia, AE 22, 7.41g Trajan 98-117
Obv: Laureate bust right; AV NE TPAIANOC KAI CE GEP DAKIKOC.
Rev: AMACEON ETOVC; Tetrastyle temple front year EIP=115 below.
Ex: Tom Vossen
RPC3 2910; SNG Von Aulock 18
Pontus, Amasia, AE 20 6.51g under Trajan 98-117
Obv: Laureate bust right; AY NE TPRIANOC K C ? ?AKIKOC.
Rev: Snake on altar; year EIP=115 below.
Ex: Tom Vossen
RPC3 2912; Recueil General p. 34, 9, Loebbecke Coll., pl. suppl. D, 3 (same dies)
Pontus, Amastris, AE 25, 8.99 g Trajan 98-117
Obv: Laureate bust right; AUT NER TRAIANOS KAISAR SEBAS GER .
Rev: Demeter standing left holding grain ears and staff.
Ex: Gerhard Rohde
RPC3 1202; Waddington 172, 48
Pontus, Neocaesarea, AE 25, 11.83 g Trajan 98-117
Obv: laureate and cuirassed bust of Trajan, r., with paludamentum, seen from rear; _K KAIC NEPTPAIANOC CEB ΓEPM. .
Rev: serpent erected l. on altar. E?I AY? I OYMBEPOC ?PECBEY KAI ANTI CPATOY CEBACTOY NEOKAICAPEIAC ETOYC ? H
Ex: Gerhard Rohde
RPC3 2925; Waddington 172, 48
Mysia, Attaea AE 18, 2.80g -Trajan 98-117
Obv: Laureate bust right;.
Rev: TTAITON around bust of Senate right.
Ex: H. C. lindgren
RPC3 1756; SNG Cop 31
Mysia, Attaea AE 20, 3.49g -Trajan 98-117, Antius Quadratus, magistrate.
Obv: Laureate bust right.
Rev: Zeus standing facing, head left, holding thunderbolt and scepter; eagle at feet to right.
Ex: J. S. Wagner Collection; CNG elect. auction 188
RPC3 1754; SNG France 139 (same dies); SNG von Aulock 1071 (same obv. die).
Mysia, Cyzicus AE 21, 5.73g -Trajan 98-117, Antius Quadratus, magistrate.
Obv: Laureate bust right; AU NEP TRAIANOC KAI CEB ?? (unusual lettering).
Rev: Flaming torch; KYZI within wreath within beaded border.
Ex: Gerhard Rohde
RPC3 1496; Not in Von Aulock, BMC, Copenhagen, Lindgren, Righetti, Isegrim. Rare: The RPC example is so worn it is hard to see details of rev.
Mysia, Germe, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 20 (6.58 g)
Obv: Laureate bust right.
Rev: Inscription, Apollo standing left, holding lyre.
Ex: Malloy
RPC3 1763; SNG Von Aulock 1102; BMC 14 var.
Mysia, Miletopolis, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 17 (1.84 g)
Obv: Laureate bust right.
Rev: Windged caduceus.
Ex: Naville Auction 5_17
RPC3 1639; BMC 9.
Mysia, Pergamum, Trajan 98 - 117 CE AE 15mm (2.69 g)
Obv: Laureate head of Augustus right. AYTOKPATOPA CEBACTON KAICAPA
Rev: tetrastyle temple of Augustus, within which emperor standing facing, resting on spear with his r. hand
Ex: Tom Vossen
RPC3 1702.
Mysia, Pergamum, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 20 (4.52 gm)
Obv: Laureate head right. AY NEP TPAIANON KAICA
Rev: Emperor with spear within four-column temple; .
Ex: Tom Vossen
RPC3 1706; SNG France 5, 2062.
Mysia, Pergamum, Trajan 98 - 117 CE AE 15mm (2.69 g)
Obv: Laureate head right
Rev: Bust of Roma right. ?EANP?MHN ?EP?
Ex: Tom Vossen
RPC3 1709; SNG France 2073.
Mysia, Pergamum, Trajan 98 - 117 CE AE 20mm (3.64 g, 12h), Pollion, strategus
Obv: Statue of Augustus standing facing, holding scepter, within tetrastyle temple; in pediment, capricorn right;  exergue: ZEYC
TPAIANOC E?I CTP I ????I?NOC Rev: Statue of Trajan standing facing, holding scepter, within tetrastyle temple; AY?OYCTOC ?E?A
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Ex: CNG 73 Lot #711
RPC3 1739; SNG France 2063; SNG Copenhagen 478.
Mysia, Pergamum, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 20 (3.88 gm)
Obv: Laureate head right.
Rev: Zeus enthroned left with phiale and sceptre. ?EP?AMHN?N.
Ex: Gitbud & Naumann
RPC3 1718; BMC 259; SNG Copenhagen 471
Mysia, Pergamum, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 16 (2.74 g)
Obv: Laureate head right.
Rev: Bare head of Zeus Philios right.
Ex: Allistair Mckay
RPC3 1719; Sear GI 996.
Mysia, Pergamum, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 18 (4.42 g)
Obv: Laureate head right.
Rev: Tyche with cornucopia, moogram to the left.
Ex: Tom Vossen
RPC3 1724; SNG France 2058.
Aeolis, Eleae, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 15 (3.05 g)
Obv: Laureate bust right; AYT TPA CEBA.
Kalathos holding grain ears. ??AIT?N
Ex: Sayles
RPC3 1883; Lindgren 907v. Scarce
Ionia, Ephesus. Trajan 98-117 AD. AE 20 mm (4.35 gm).
Obv: Laureate head right
Rev: stag left; in field, r. E?E/CI?N
Ex: Tom Vossen
RPC3 2051; SNG Copenhagen 385
Ionia, Magnesia ad Maeandrum. Trajan 98-117 AD. AE 19 mm (4.58 gm).
Obv: AY NEP TPAIANOC. Laureate head right.
Rev: Cult statue of Artemis Leukophryene standing facing. MA? ?EYKO?PYC
Ex: Gitbud & Naumann Auction 3/2015 
RPC3 2117; SNG Righetti 879; Mionnet III 639.
Ionia, Smyrna AE 16, 3.16g -Time of Trajan Pseudo-autonomous
Obv: Helmeted and draped bust of Athena right. CTPATH BI?NOC.
Rev: ZMYPNA/I?N, Nike advancing left, holding wreath and palm frond.
Ex: Numismatik Naumann Auction 7/2/2017
RPC3 1967.
Ionia, Smyrna AE 16, 2.76g -Time of Trajan - Hadrian 98-138
Obv: head of Herakles right;.
Rev: CMYPNA/ION, rivergod Hermos reclining l., holding reed, arm resting on an urn from which water flows.
Ex: Tom Vossen
RPC3 343; SNG Copenhagen 1261
Lydia, Bageis, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 20 (3.68 g)
Obv: Laureate bust right (double struck); AYTO K TPAIAIANOC.
Rev: Demeter standing left, with corn-ears and scepter.
Tom Vossen
RPC3 2456 or 2455;
Lydia, Cilbiani Superiores, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 20 (3.68 g)
Obv: Laureate bust right.
Rev: Tyche standing left, holding rudder and cornucopia.
Ex Lanz 64 (7 June 1993), lot 457. Plankenhorn Collection: Numismatik Naumann
RPC III 2043; SNG von Aulock -; SNG Copenhagen -; BMC -; Imhoof-Blumer, LS, p. 56, 3.
Lydia, Daldis, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 18 (4.44 g)
Obv: Laureate bust right.
Rev: Zeus standing left, holding eagle and sceptre.
Gitbud & Naumann auction 39 lot 613
RPC III 2414.
Lydia, Germe, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 18 (3.38 g)
Obv: Laureate bust right; AYTO K TPAIAIANOC.
Rev: ΓEPMHN?N; Laureate bust Apollo; in front, laurel-spray.
Tom Vossen
RPC3 1766; SNG Cop 136.
Lydia, Hermokapelia. Trajan (98-117). Ae 20 (4.44 g)
Obv: Laureate bust right.
Rev: EPMOKA?H?IT?N. Hermes standing left, holding purse and caduceu
Gitbud & Naumann
RPC3 1870; SNG von Aulock -; SNG Copenhagen 168 var. (obv. legend); BMC - Rare.
Lydia, Hierocaesarea, Time of Trajan-Hadrian (98-138) AE 16 (2.72 g)
Obv: Draped bust of Artemis right, with quiver to left and bow and arrow to right.
Rev: Forepart of stag right.
Ex: Numismatik Naumann
RPC III 1863.
Lydia, Hierocaesarea, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 24 (3.38 g)
Obv: Laureate bust right; AYTO K TPAIAIANOC.
Rev: Victory walking right with palm branch.
Forum
Not in RPC3; Apparently unpublished - very rare.
Lydia, Hierocaesarea, Pseudo-autonomous. Time of Trajan-Hadrian (3.14 g. 17 mm). Ae.
Obv: Draped bust of Artemis Persica right, with quiver over shoulder and bow and arrow at breast.
Rev: Lit altar.
Gitbud & Naumann auction Jan. 2016 lot617
RPC III 1856; SNG von Aulock 2952.
Lydia, Maeonia, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 19 (4.32 g), Li. Seilon, strategos.
Obv: Laureate and draped bust right.
Rev: Athena standing left, holding crowning Nike and resting hand upon shield; spear behind to right.
Plankenhorn Collection: Numismatik Naumann
RPC III 2417.1 (this coin cited and illustrated); SNG von Aulock -; SNG Copenhagen -; BMC -. Extremely rare, and the only example cited in RPC.
Lydia, Nacrasa, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 19 (4.31 g)
Obv: Laureate bust right.
Rev: Statue of Artemis left with bow within tetrastyle temple. This and the previous coin both have a device in the pediment.
Interesting that the same view would have the statues facing opposite directions.
Gitbud & Naumann
RPC3 1792; Hunterian p. 459, 1; Paris 791.
Lydia, Nacrasa, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 24 (9.14 g)
Obv: Laureate bust right.
Rev: Apollo standing left, holding uncertain object (bow or arrow?).
Plankenhorn Collection: Numismatik Naumann
RPC III 1796; SNG von Aulock -; SNG Copenhagen -; BMC 14; Gitbud & Naumann 38, lot 502 var. (ethnic); KAE nker 77, lot 473 var. (same). Very rare, with RPC citing just the three examples in the references.
Lydia, Nacrasa, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 19 (3.49 g)
Obv: Laureate bust right.
Rev: Tetrastyle temple, with annulet in pediment and containing Artemis standing left, holding bow and drawing arrow from quiver.
Ancient Imports
RPC III 1797; SNG von Aulock -; SNG Copenhagen -; BMC -; SNG Leypold 1096; CNG E-212, lot 186 corr. (references); CNG E-189, lot 92 corr. (same).
Lydia, Nacrasa, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 19 (3.49 g)
Obv: Laureate bust right.
Rev: Statue of Artemis right with bow within tetrastyle temple.
Ancient Imports
RPC3 1799; BMC 16; SNG v. Aulock 3035, SNG Cop. 298.
Lydia, Nacrasa, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 19 (4.32 g)
Obv: Laureate bust right.
Rev: Nike advancing left, holding wreath and palm branch.
Tom Vossen
RPC3 1800; BMC 11.
Lydia, Philadelphia, Plotina, Augusta 105-123 CE AE 19 (3.92 g)
Obv: Draped bust right.
Rev: Legend in four lines within wreath.
Plankenhorn Collection: Numismatik Naumann
RPC3 2384; SNG Cop 382 (var).
Lydia, Sala. Time of Trajan. 98-117 AD. AE 19mm (3.77 gm).
Obv: Bust of Athena in Corinthian helmet right.
Rev: CA?HN?N, Tureted Kybele seated left holding patera.
Ex: Tom Vossen
RPC3 2438; BMC Lydia, pg. 228, 11
Lydia, Sardis. Marciana (Died 112/4). AE 19 mm (5.38 gm).
Obv: Draped bust right.
Rev: Pelops riding horse right, holding whip.
Plankenhorn Collection: Numismatik Naumann
RPC III 2398; SNG von Aulock -; SNG Copenhagen -; BMC 132-3; Waddington 5252; Winterthur 3935.
Lydia, Sardis. 98-117 AD. AE 26 mm (9.45 gm).
Obv: Bust of Trajan right.
Rev: Two bound captives beneath trophy.
Ex: Forum Coins
Johnston, Sardis p. 51, 281; SNG Copenhagen __; SNG Von Aulock __
Lydia, Sardis. Time of Trajan, 98-117 AD. AE 15mm (2.75 gm).
Obv: youthful head of Dionysos right.
Rev: Thyrsos
Ex: Tom Vossen
RPC3 2393; SNG Osterreich 1201; SNG Copenhagen 508
Lydia, Stratonicea-Hadrianopolis, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 22 (6.98 g)
Obv: AV NEPBAN TPAIANON CE. Laureate bust right.
Rev: IN?EI CTPATONEI. Zeus seated left on throne, holding eagle (patera?) and sceptre.
Ex: Ex: Gitbud & Naumann Feb 2015 lot 269
RPC III 1772; SNG von Aulock 8268.
Lydia, Stratonicea, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 21 (6.31 g)
Obv: Laureate bust right.
Rev: Zeus seated left on throne, holding eagle and sceptre.
Ex: Ex: Gitbud & Naumann Jan 2016 lot 641
RPC III 1772; SNG von Aulock 8268.
Lydia, Stratonicea, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 21 (6.87 g)
Obv: Laureate bust right.
Rev: Zeus seated left on throne, holding eagle and sceptre.
Ex: Gert Boersema
RPC3 1772; SNG von Aulock 8268.
Lydia, Stratonicea, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 21 (6.18 g)
Obv: Laureate bust right.
Rev: Nike adv. left.
Ex: H. C. Lindgren
RPC3 1773; Lindgren III 1664 (this coin); SNGCop. 557 - scarce.
Lydia, Stratonicea, Time of Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 18 (2.70 g)
Obv: draped bust of Roma with turreted headdress, right.
Rev: bust of Senate, right.
Ex: Tom Vossen
RPC3 1774; BMC 284, 2; SNG Munchen 558.
Lydia, Thyateira; Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 24 (9.62 g)
Obv: Laureate bust right; resembling Nero as much as Trajan. AY NEPBAN TPAIANON CE
Rev: Artemis wearing short chiton standing r., drawing arrow from quiver with her r. hand, holding bow in her extended l. hand
Ex: Naville Numismatik
RPC3 1820
Lydia, Thyateira; Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 26 (9.45 g)
Obv: AY NEPBA TPAIANON CE, Laureate bust right; resembling Nero as much as Trajan. AY NEPBAN TPAIANON CE
Rev: Athena stdg left hand outstretched holding phiale and resting hand on shield. ?YATEIPHN?N
Ex: Roma Aeternae
RPC3 1821; BMC 74var (rev legends)
Lydia, Thyateira. Time of Trajan, 98-117 AD. AE 18mm (4.17 gm).
Obv: AV NEP TPAIANON. Laureate head right.
Rev: Tyche standing left, holding rudder and cornucopia. ?YATEIPHN?N
Ex: Dr. George Spradling Collection. Gitbud & Naumann auction 36
RPC3 1826; BMC 75.
Lydia, Thyateira; Plotina, wife of Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 19 (2.98 g)
Obv: ???TEINA CEBACTH, draped bust right with hair in a plait behind.
Rev: ?YA/TIPH/N?N in three lines within wreath.
Ex: Gerhard Rohde
RPC3 1829; Mionnet 902 scarce
Lydia, Thyateira; Pseudo-autonomous. TIme of Trajan (98-117) AE 20 (4.45 g)
Obv: Laureate and draped bust of the Senate right.
Rev: Nike advancing left, holding wreath and palm frond.
Ex: Gitbud & Naumann auction.
RPC3 1833; BMC 13. Very rare
Lydia, Tripolis. Trajan (98-117). Ae 23, 7.20g.
Obv: bust of Roma right with hair rolled; ?EAN P?MHN TPI?O?EITAI.
Rev: Trajan standing left, holding spear and crowning trophy to left; AY KAI TPAIANOC.
Ex: Numismatik Naumann
RPC III 2558; BMC 54.
Lydia, Tripolis. Trajan (98-117). Pseudo-autonomous issue Ae 27, 12.91g.
Obv: ?EO??POC(Magistrate) B EXAP TPI?O? laureate and draped bust of young Demos right.
Rev: Ares standing left, holding spear and trophy; AY KAI TPAIAOC CE ?AKIK-OC.
Ex: Savoca Coins
RPC III 2569; BMC 58.
Caria, Antioch ad Maeandrum, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 23 (7.61 g)
Obv: Laureate bust right.
Rev: Roma seated on cuirass; holding victory.
Ex: Gitbud & Naumann
RPC vol.3 2242
Caria, Attuda. Pseudo-autonomous. Time of Trajan (98-117) AE 16 (3.20 g)
Obv: Draped bust of Tyche right, wearing mural crown.
Rev: Nemesis standing facing, head left, holding scales and lifting veil.
Ex: Gitbud & Naumann Auction 40
RPC3 863 (temporary)right facing Tyche; BMC 8
Caria, Rhodes. Pseudo-autonomous issue. Trajan, AD 98-117. AE Didrachm (34mm, 18.20 g, 12h).
Obv: radiate and draped bust of Helios right
Rev: Nike flying left, crowning trophy
Rosenberg Collection. Ex New York Sale XVII (9 January 2008), lot 134. CNG 105, Lot: 578.
RPC III 2186.
Caria, Tabae, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 24 (6.15 g)
Obv: Laureate bust right.
Rev: Goddess with kalathos on head holding scepter, bunch of grapes, and wheat ears; [T]ABH--NWN.
Ex: Hermes
RPC3 2288; SNG von Aulock 2718
Caria, Tabae, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 25 (10.02 g)
Obv: Laureate bust right, slight drapery over l.shoulder, AY KAI TPAIANOC APIC ?EP ?A.
Rev: TABHN_N; Artemis and Apollo, stg.facing, both holding bow in l. hands and drawing arrows from quivers with r.
Ex: Gert Boersema
RPC3 2289; BMC 77; SNG Munchen 543
Galatia, Ancyra, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 26 (10.30 g)
Obv: Laureate bust right.
Rev: Zeus stg.l. holding anchor and sceptre.
Ex:

RPC3 2533 SNG Von Aulock 8328
Galatia-Cappadocia. Caesarea, Trajan. AD 98-117. minted and dated 98-99 AE 17 mm (3.15 g).
Obv: Laureate head right;.
Rev: Mt. Argaeus, wreath above.
Ex: Gert Boersema
uncommon in silver, rare in bronze.
RPC3 3132
Galatia-Cappadocia, Koinon of Galatia, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 30 (24.98 g, 6h) Pomponius Bassus, magistrate
Obv: Laureate bust right.
Rev: Hexastyle temple with pellet in pediment.
Ex: CNG electronic autcion 237 lot 157

RPC3 2871; Arslan 70; SNG France 2428
Galatia-Cappadocia, Koinon of Galatia, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 33 (23.17 g, 12h) Pomponius Bassus, magistrate
Obv: Laureate bust right.
Rev: Zeus seated left, holding thunderbolt and scepter; to right, eagle standing facing, head left.
Ex:CNG electronic autcion 237 lot 156

RPC3 2849; Arslan M11; SNG France 2421
Galatia-Cappadocia, Pednelissos. Trajan. AD 98-117. AE 18mm (4.62 g).
Obv: Laureate bust right.
Rev: Zeus Nikephoros enthroned to left holding scepter.
Ex: Gorny & Mosch 126, lot 1970 (Oct. 2003); Tom Vossen
RPC3 2812; Von Aulock, Pisidien I 1181f. (same obverse die) - rare
Galatia-Cappadocia, Tyana. Trajan. AD 98-117. AE 19mm (7.00 g).
Obv: Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, seen from behind
Rev: Athena standing left, holding crowning Nike and resting hand upon shield; spear to right.TVANE?N IEPACACV?AVTONO /ET-A.
Ex: Numismatik Naumann Auction 53
RPC3 2950
Galatia, Pisidia, Adada. Trajan. AD 98-117. AE 19mm (5.62 g).
Obv: Laureate bust right. AVT NEPOVA TRAIANOC CEB ?EP.
Rev: The Dioscuri standing facing one another, each holding sceptre. A?A?I?N
Ex: Numismatik Naumann Auction 7/2/2015
RPC3 2810; SNG von Aulock 8557
Galatia, Pisidia, Sagalassus. Trajan. AD 98-117. AE 19mm (4.60 g, 7h).
Obv: Laureate bust right.
Rev: Hermes advancing left, holding the infant Herakles.
Ex: CNG Elect. Auction 128 Lot #148
RPC3 2792 (for Nerva); SNG France 1761 (same dies); SNG Copenhagen 201
PHRYGIA. Acmonea. Trajan (98-117). Ae 15. 2.14 gms. L. Menemachus, grammateus..
Obv: Laureate head right (Senate or Trajan).
Rev: Facing statue of Artemis Ephesia.
Ex: Gitbud & Naumann auction 38

RPC III 2607, Very rare
PHRYGIA. Grimenothyrae. Pseudo-autonomous issue. Time of Trajan (98-117). Ae 19. 5.33 gms. L. Tullius, magistrate.
Obv: Head of Zeus right.E?I ? TY?(?IOY).
Rev: Athena standing right, holding scepter and shield set on ground. ?PIMENO?YPE?N
Ex: Gitbud & Naumann auction 2_6_2016

RPC3 2484; Von Aulock, Phrygien, 354-6.
PHRYGIA. Grimenothyrae. Pseudo-autonomous issue. Time of Trajan (98-117). Ae 20. 4.64 gms. L. Tullius, magistrate.
Obv: Head of Zeus right. E?I ? (OYKI) TY? (?IOY)
Rev: Athena standing right, holding scepter and shield set on ground. ?PIMENO\?;YPE?N
Ex: Gitbud & Naumann auction 3_8_2015

RPC3 2485; Von Aulock, Phrygien, 354-6.
Phrygia, Hierapolis, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 29 (16.50 g)
Obv: Laureate bust right.
Rev: Statue of Ephesian Artemis, stags on either side.
Ex: Mediterranean Coins

RPC 2346; BMC 130 - not in SNG von Aulock, Copenhagen, Munich, Tubingen, Fitzwilliam; nor McClean Fitzwilliam very scarce,. Thank you to Dr. Ted Buttrey for this attribution information.
Phrygia, Kotiaeum, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 16 (2.50 g)
Obv: Laureate bust right.
Rev:Statue of Ephesian Artemis.
Ex: Ancient Resource

RPC3 2631; BMC Phrygia, p.166, 41.
scarce
Phrygia, Midaeum, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 35 (24.13 g)
Obv: Laureate bust right, w/in beaded border.
Rev:Zeus standing left, holding patera and scepter; eagle at feet to left.
Ex: CNG Elect. Auction 210

RPC3 2643 - This coin; Von Aulock, Phrygiens, 729
Very rare, only two listed in von Aulock.
Phrygia, Midaeum, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 21.4mm (5.48 g)
Obv: Laureate bust right, w/in beaded border.
Rev: Robed Asklepios standing left; right hand supporting cadusces resting on ground.
Ex: Gert Boersema

RPC3 2647; Lindgren/Kovacs 1005
Phrygia, Tiberiopolis, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 20.3mm (5.47 g)
Obv: Laureate bust right.
Rev: Cult statue of Artemis of Ephesos, stag to left and right.
Ex: Gerhard Rohde

RPC3 2511; SNG Von Aulock 4026; Rare mint
Phrygia, Traianopolis, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 22mm (10.07 g)
Obv: Laureate bust right.
Rev: Cult statue of Artemis of Ephesos, stag to left and right.
Ex: Numismatik Naumman

RPC3 2462; SNG Von Aulock 1432-42
LYKAONIA. Iconium. Pseudo-autonomous. Time of Claudius to Hadrian (41-138). AE 16 mm (3.02 gm.).
Obv: Facing gorgoneion.
Rev: Female deity seated left, wearing polos and holding eagle (?).
Ex: Gitbud & Naumann auction 3_8_2015
Von Aulock, Lykaonien 252.
Pamphylia, Aspendos, Trajan, 98-117 AD, AE 19.53 mm (4.48 gm.).
Obv: TPAIANOC KAICAP, laureate head right.
Rev: two cult statues; city name.
Ex: Tom Vossen
RPC3 2715; SNG BN 159
Pamphylia, Attaleia. Trajan. 98-117 AD. AE 20mm (4.26 gm.).
Obv: TPAIANOC KAICAP, laureate head right.
Rev: Cuirassed bust of Athena in crested Corinthian helmet.
Ex: Tom Vossen
RPC3 2678; SNG PFPS 159; SNG France 3, 250
Pamphylia, Perga, Trajan, 98-117 AD, AE 18 mm (5.27 gm.).
Obv: laureate head right.
Rev: Artemis walking right, bow in hand. City name in legend around.
Ex: Tom Vossen
RPC3 2687; SNG France 3, 393
Pamphylia, Perga, Trajan, 98-117 AD, AE 17 mm (5.13 gm.).
Obv: laureate head right; TPAIANOC KAICAP.
Rev: Artemis advancing r. dressd in long chiton holding bow and torch.
Ex: Tom Vossen
RPC3 2687; SNG France 3, 393
Pamphylia, Perga, Trajan, 98-117 AD, AE 17 mm (3.60 gm.).
Obv: KAICAP TPAIANOC. laureate head right.
Rev: Distyle temple with statue of Artemis Pergaia; carved pediment (eagle) and what appears to be Corinthian columns.
Ex: Gitbud & Naumann Auction 36.
RPC3 2688; SNG Copenhagen 315
Pamphylia, Philadelphia, Trajan, 98-117 AD, AE 18 mm (4.32 gm.).
Obv: TPAIANOC AV KAICAP. laureate head right.
Rev: Facing statue of Artemis Ephesia..
Ex: Gitbud & Naumann Auction 38.
RPC III 2381
Pamphylia, Side, Trajan, 98-117 AD, AE 18 mm (4.59 gm.).
Obv: laureate head right.
Rev: Athena advancing left holding pomegranate in her r. hand and spear on r. shoulder; on l. shoulder, shield; at feet, serpent, l.
Munzen & Munzen
RPC3 2724 ; SNG von Aulock 4813
Pamphylia, Side, Trajan, 98-117 AD, AE 18 mm (3.54 gm.).
Obv: laureate head right.
Rev: Athena advancing right holding spear and shield, snake beneath.
Ex: Roma
RPC3 2727 ; SNG von Aulock 4813 (facing left)
Pamphylia, Sillyum, Trajan, 98-117 AD, AE 19 mm (5.06 gm.).
Obv: laureate head right.
Rev: Apollo standing r., with lyre.
Ex: MM Deutschland 16, Righetti 5, 19-20 May 2005, lot 706; Gert Boersema 2016
RPC3 2727 supplement(this coin); SNG von Aulock _; Apparently one of two known and by far the best example.
CILICIA, Alexandria ad Issum. Trajan, with Plotina. AD 98-117. AE (23mm, 10.23 g, 11h). Dated CY 181 (AD 114/5)
Obv: Laureate bust of Trajan right, slight drapery
Rev: Draped bust of Plotina right; date in legend.
Obolos 6, Lot 656
RPC3 3397; SNG France ?; SNG Levante 1849; cf. Levante, Alexandreia 77; SNG France -. Very Rare
CILICIA, Alexandria ad Issum. Trajan, with Plotina. AD 98-117. AE (22mm, 7.82 g, 12h). Dated CY 181 (AD 114/5)
Obv: Laureate bust of Trajan right, slight drapery
Rev: Draped bust of Plotina right; date in legend.
Krizan Collection; CNG Elect.,321 Lot 321
RPC3 3397; SNG France ?; SNG Levante 1849 (same obv. die); cf. Levante, Alexandreia 77 (same obv. die).(this coin); SNG France -. Very Rare
CILICIA, Anazarbus. Time of Trajan. 98-117 AD. AE 18mm (3.57 g, 1h). Dated CY 126 (107/8 AD).
Obv: Veiled and turreted head of Tyche right
Rev: Draped and helmeted bust of Athena right. SKP (date) in reverse legend.
CNG Elect.,134 Lot: 90
RPC3 3367 - this coin; SNG Levante 1378 (this coin); SNG France -.
CILICIA, Anazarbus, Pseudo-Autonomous. Time of Trajan. 98-117 AD. Dated 107/8 CE, AE 22mm (7.64 g,).
Obv: Laureate head of Zeus right
Rev: Veiled bust of Tyche right, wearing mural crown
Gitbud & Naumann Auction 35
RPC3 3372; SNG Levante 1379; SNG France 2024-5
CILICIA, Anazarbus (as Caesarea Anazarbus). Trajan, 98-117 AD. AE Assaria (33mm, 25.28 g, 12h). Dated CY 126 (107/8 AD).
Obv: Laureate head of Trajan right
Rev: KAICAREWN TWN PROC TW ANAZARBEW PLOEEINA CEBCTH (sic), draped bust of Plotina right; VKR (date) to right, all within dotted border.
CNG 72, Lot: 1189
RPC3 3363-This coin; Cf. Ziegler 99.4 (Marciana); cf. SNG Levante 1381 (Marciana) and 1384 (Plotina); cf. SNG France 2021 (Marciana) - pooisbly unique!
CILICIA, Anazarbus. Trajan, 98-117 AD. AE (22 mm, 6.59 g, 12h). Dated CY 126 (107/8 AD).
Obv: Laureate head of Trajan right
Rev: Laureate and draped bust of Zeus right; in background, Anazarbus crag surmounted by Acropolis.
Gitbud & Naumann Auction lot 732 Jan. 2016
RPC III 3366; rare
CILICIA, Augusta. Trajan, 98-117 AD. AE 27 10.97 g.
Obv: Laureate head of Trajan right
Rev: Draped bust of Dionysus right, hair wreathed with ivy, holding thyrsus over far shoulder; cantharus behind.
Ex: Krizan Collection; CNG eauction 321.
RPC3 3316 - this coin; SNG France ?; SNG Levante ?; SNG Levante Supp. ?; Karbach, Augusta 51 - Rare
CILICIA, Coracesium. Trajan, 98-117 AD. AE 17 3.41 g.
Obv: Laureate head of Trajan right
Rev: KOPAKHC, Demeter standing left, holding long torch and two ears of corn.
Ex: Tom Vossen
RPC3 2742; SNG Levante 388; SNG France 612
CILICIA, Coracesium. Trajan, 98-117 AD. AE 23 6.35 g.
Obv: Laureate head of Trajan right
Rev: KOPAKHC, Turreted and draped bust of Tyche right.
Ex: Krizan Collection; CNG eauction 321.
RPC3 2741; SNG France 610 (same obv. die?); SNG Levante 387; Levante, Korakesion 1
Cilicia, Diocaesarea; Trajan 98 -117 CE, Trajan AE 24, 10.62g.
Obv: Laureate bust right; Titles of Trajan (in Greek) include Germanicus and Dacicus.
Rx: Thunderbolt with city name above and below.
Ex Harlan J. Berk buy or bid sale, Jan. '02 - lot #773
RPC3 3239; SNG Paris-860 (same obv. die), SNG Levante-667 (same dies), Sear-1059
CILICIA, Eirenopolis; Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 23 (6.90 gm) Dated year 47 (98/9 AD).
Obv: Laureate head right; countermark: draped female bust right.
Rev: Hygieia standing right, holding branch and patera from which she feeds serpent
CNG 64, Lot: 649
RPC3 3386; SNG Levante 1605 (same obverse die); SNG France 2253 (same obverse die); Howgego 105 (countermark)
CILICIA, Eirenopolis; Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 20 (3.63 gm) Dated year 47 (98/9 AD).
Obv: Laureate head right
Rev: Nemisis walking right; Cuduces (?) in left hand; wheel before.
RPC3 3389-same dies; SNG France 2251-2
CILICIA, Epiphaneia; Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 21 (6.38 gm).
Obv: Laureate head right.
Rev: Athena stdg left with shield and spear.
Ex: Karbach collection; Tom Vossen
RPC3 3393; Cf. SNG Levante 1815. Very rare
CILICIA, Flaviopolis; Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 22 (5.69 gm).
Obv: Laureate head right.
Rev: Tyche standing left, holding rudder and cornucopia
Ex: John Jencek, ex, H. C. Lindgren collection
SNG Cop 137
Cilicia, Flaviopolis; Trajan 98 -117 CE, Trajan AE 23 (6.89 gm).
Obv: laureate head right.
Rev: Tyche standing left, holding rudder and cornucopiae. .
Ex eBay
RPC3 3376; Sear 1060; SNG Von Aulock 5539
Cilicia, Flaviopolis; Trajan 98 -117 CE, Trajan AE 20 (4.70 gm).
Obv: laureate head right.
Rev: Helmeted bust of Athena.
Ex eBay
RPC3 3377
Cilicia, Laertes; Trajan 98 -117 CE, Trajan AE 24 (3.87 gm).
Obv: laureate head right.
Rev: Demeter seated left, holding sceptre, poppy, and grain ear.
Ex Tom Vossen
RPC3 2748; BMC Lycaonia pg. 91, 3; SNG Copenhagen 156; SNG von Aulock 5690
Cilicia, Laertes; Trajan 98 -117 CE, Trajan AE 22 (10.42 gm).
Obv: laureate head right.
Rev: Apollo Sidetes standing left, holding patera and sceptre.
Ex Tom Vossen
RPC3 2747; SNG Levante Supp. 59; SNG France 591
Cilicia, Nicinia-Claudiopolis; Trajan 98 -117 CE, Trajan AE 25 (11.42 gm).
Obv: laureate head right, slight drapery on far shoulder. IMP NER TRAIN CAES AVG GER DAC
Rev: Zeus seated holding grain ears and staff. COL IVL AVG FELI NINIC CLAVDIO.
Ex Boersema.
RPC3 3219 - very rare.
Cilicia, Nicinia-Claudiopolis; Trajan 98 -117 CE, Trajan AE 32.5 (24.74 gm).
Obv: laureate head right, drapery on far shoulder.
Rev: Eagle standing facing, head right, with wings displayed; vexilla flanking.
Ex J.S. Wagner Collection; CNG auction 78.
RPC3 3222; Kubitschek, Ninica 1c; SNG France 781 (same obv. die); SNG Levante 601 (same dies)
Cilicia, Nicinia-Claudiopolis; Trajan 98 -117 CE, Trajan AE 3.82 g. .
Obv: laureate head right, drapery on far shoulder.
Rev: COL IV AVG FEL NINIC CLAV. Yoke of two oxen left; vexillum behind.
Ex Gitbud Auction.
RPC3 3224
Cilicia, Philadelphia, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 21 (6.58 g)
Obv: Laureate bust right.
Rev: Apollo standing left holding branch.
Ex: CNG EA 271, 11 Jan. 2012, lot 345
RPC3 3213 this coin; SNG von Aulock 3076 (same dies)
Cilicia, Philadelphia, (Uncertain? not in RPC3?) Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 24 (8.50 g)
Obv: Laureate, draped bust right as seen from behind.
Rev: Zeus-Lydios standing half-left, holding eagle and sceptre.
Ex: Tom Vossen
BMC Lydia -; SNG von Aulock -; SNG Copenhagen -; cf Mionnet IV 103, 564 - rare
Cilicia, Philadelphia, Trajan 98 -117 CE AE 23 (5.40 g)
Obv: Laureate bust right.
Rev: Distyle temple containing large eagle standing right, wings closed, another eagle, wings spread, in pediment.
Ex: B. P. Murphy
RPC3 3212; SNG VA 5800
Cilicia, Philadelphia, Trajan 98 -117 CE, Pseudo-autonomous AE 17 (2.96 g)
Obv: Helmeted bust of Athena right.?I?A?E??E?N
Rev: Two grape bunches on stalk. KIHT?N
Ex: Numismatik Naumann
RPC3 3214; SNG Levante 574
Cilicia, Syedra. Trajan. A.D. 98-117. AE 16 mm (3.93 g).
Obv: Laureate head right;.
Rev: Goddess standing left, holding pomegranate in right hand, branch in left; CYE-?PE
Ex: Eduardo Levante Collection; Ex: Atlantis Coins
RPC3 2759; SNG Levante 406 (this coin)
Cilicia, Syedra. Trajan. A.D. 98-117. AE 20 mm (3.60 g).
Obv: Laureate head right;.
Rev: Goddess standing left, holding pomegranate in right hand, staff in left
Ex: Tom Vossen
RPC3 2758; SNG Levante 407
Cilicia, Syedra. Trajan. A.D. 98-117. AE 20 mm (3.60 g).
Obv: Laureate head right;.
Rev: goddess standing facing, head l., holding pomegranate in her extended r. hand and branch downwards in her l.
Ex:
RPC3 2760; SNG Levante 406
CYPRUS, Koinon of Cyprus, Paphos. Trajan. AD 98-117. AE 28mm (13.06 g).
Obv: Obv: Radiate, draped, and cuirassed bust right; AYTOKP KAICN EPTRAIANR? APICT? CEB EPM ?AK.
Rev: Temple of Aphrodite at Paphos.
Ex: Rusty Romans
This is a perspective representation of the temple with the semicircle below being a courtyard. There appears to be a beryl at the center (meteorite) flanked by two stars. Based on the coins in the CNG database these seem to come in AS and dupondius sizes with the dupondius wearing the radiate crowns and ASes being laureate only, just like the Roman imperial mintage.
RPC3 3409; SNG Copenhagen 82
UNCERTAIN. Trajan. AD 98-117. AE 18 mm (3.93 g).
Obv: Laureate head right;.
Rev: AP; Captive seated left; trophy of arms to left.
Ex: Gitbud & Naumann Jan 2016; Lot 457
RPC III 6558.

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