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Head of Poseidon, right, wearing taenia.
ΕΠΙ - ΔΙΟΣΚΟΥΡΙ / i.f.r. ΠV Upright trident, right and left dolphins swimming upwards.

3. c. BC, Bronze, Byzantium: Poseidon/trident-series, 4.47 g, Münster

Μ ΑVΡ [ΕVΗ ΑΛΕΖΑΝΔΡΟ[ ΑVΓ Laureate bust of Severus Alexander, right, wearing cuirass and paludamentum. Border of dots.
ΒVΣΑΝΤΙΩΝ ΕΠΙ • Β-Α[• ΑΙΜΙ • ΣΕVΗΡΟV Tyche standing facing, head left, wearing kalathos, holding rudder in right hand and cornucopia in left arm. Short ground line. Border of dots.

c. 222-235 AD, Bronze, 6 unit, 13.58 g, Münster

Draped bust of Artemis, right, wearing hair knot; in front of her bow; behind her quiver.
ΒΥΖΑΝΤΙΩΝ Crescent; above, single star with six rays. Border of dots.

2. c. AD, Bronze, 3 unit, 4.06 g, Münster

ΒΥ; mon. Φ Bull standing left on dolphin, left, raising right forehoof; below, monogram.
Quadripartite incuse square with uneven surfaces.

c. 387/386-340/339 BC, Silver, drachm, 3.59 g, Münster

Draped bust of Zeus, right.
ΠΕΡΙΝ-ΘΙΩΝ Apollo standing facing, head left, wearing long garment, holding laurel-branch in outstretched right hand and lyre with left hand on a short column to his left.

138-192 AD, Bronze, Perinthus: pseudo-autonomous group 3.3, 4.39 g, Münster

Head of (youthful) Dionysus, right, wearing ivy wreath, two curls falling on his right shoulder. Border of dots.
ΠΕΡΙΝ-ΘΙΩΝ Nude bearded Heracles standing right, right arm behind back, left arm holding lion skin and resting on club set on rock. Border of dots.

138-192 AD, Bronze, Perinthus: pseudo-autonomous group 3.4, 3.49 g, Münster

Μ ΑVΡΗΛΙΟϹ ΟVΗ-ΡΟϹ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ Bare-headed bust of youthful, lightly bearded Marcus Aurelius, right, wearing cuirass and paludamentum.
ΠΕ-ΡΙΝ-ΘΙΩΝ Nude Hermes seated left on rock, holding caduceus in right hand, left resting on rock. Border of dots.

147-161 AD, Bronze, 3 unit, 9.56 g, Münster

Μ ΑVΡ [ΕV - ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟϹ Laureate bust of bearded Severus Alexander, right, wearing cuirass and paludamentum. Border of dots.
ΠΕΡΙΝΘΙΩΝ - ΔΙ[ ΝΕΩ//ΚΟΡΩΝ Prize crown, containing two palm branches.

227 AD, Bronze, unit, 2.82 g, Münster

ΙΟVΛΙΑ ΜΑ-ΜΑΙΑ ΑVΓΟ Diademed and draped bust of Julia Mamaea, right.
ΠΕΡΙΝΘΙΩΝ Β - ΝΕΩΚΟΡΩΝ Athena standing facing, head left, wearing long garment and helmet, holding patera in outstretched right hand, left resting on sceptre.

222-235 AD, Bronze, Double unit, 5.40 g, Münster