31083108
3108
3108

Pautalia
CNT_3108

Mint
Pautalia
Date
205-211 AD
Period
Roman Imperial Period
Design
Obverse:
Laureate bust of bearded Caracalla, right. Border of dots.
Reverse:
Laureate nymph of the Strymon region reclining left, stripped to the waist, the outstretched right on a mountain ridge with a cave entrance, resting left arm on upturned water-urn, from which flows water, embracing vine with grapes and leafs leaning over her head. On the mountain small naked genius climbing up right picking grapes from the vine, next to him, ΒΟΤΡV; in front of the cave entrance a second naked genius to left with bag full of ore on the back, above him, ΑΡΓΥΡΟϹ; under the water spring leaning to left third naked Genius scooping with hands gold from the water, above ΧΡΥϹΟϹ. In exergue, in a cornfield forth naked genius advancing and collecting corn ears, next to him ϹΤΡΑΧΥ. Ground line. Border of dots.
Legend
Obverse:
ΑVΤ Κ Μ ΑVΡΗ - ΑΝΤΩΝΙΝΟϹ
Reverse:
ΟVΛΠΙΑϹ - ΠΑVΤΑΛΙΑϹ / i.f.l. ΒΟΤΡV / ΑΡΓV/ΡΟϹ / i.f.r. Χ/ΡΥ/ϹΟ/Ϲ // ϹΤΑΧΥ
Persons
Sitter
Caracalla
Die
Obverse:
Pau_V_(b)Caracal_Brustbild_r/Lorb_Fünf(4)
Reverse:
Pau_R_Nymphe_4 Genii_Fünf
Combination
Material
Bronze
Diameter Max
30.0 mm
Diameter Min
30.0 mm
Weight
18.74 g
Axis
1
Owner
Münzkabinett, Berlin, DE
Owner Inventory Nr.
18200484
Citation
Cite this record:
Pautalia CNT_3108, in: Corpus Nummorum Thracorum, http://www.corpus-nummorum.eu/CNT_3108 [Last downloaded: 2018/12/17]
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