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ΑΥΤΟ ΝΕΡ ΤΡΑΙΑΝΟϹ ΚΑΙ ϹΕΒ ΓΕΡ-Μ ΔΑΚΙ Laureate head of Trajan, right. Border of dots.
ΕΠΙ ΤΡΑΙΑΝΟΥ • ΚΑΙ • ΤΟ Γ ΒΥΖΑΝΤΙΩΝ Prow with naval ram, right. Border of dots.

c. 102 to 116 AD, Bronze, 3 unit, Turin

[...] ΡΗ ΑΝ. - [...] Laureate bust of Antoninus Pius, right, wearing cuirass and paludamentum.
ΒVΖ ΑΝΤΙΩΝ ΕΠΙ ΜΕ ΜΑΡΚΟV Crested Corinthian helmet with cheek-guard, right.

c. 147 to 161 AD, Bronze, 5 unit, Turin

ΙΟVΛΙΑ - ΑVΓΟVϹΤΑ Diademed and draped bust of Julia Domna, right.
ΒVΖΑΝΤΙΩΝ • Amphora with ribbed surface and crooked handles containing two ears of corn and poppy.

c. 198 to 211 AD, Bronze, Double unit, 3.26 g, Turin

Head of (youthful) Dionysus, right, wearing ivy wreath.
ΕΠΙ / ΑΣΩΠΙΟΥ - ΒΥΖΑΝΤΙΩΝ Nude Poseidon standing facing, head left, chlamys over left shoulder, holding Nike standing left in outstretched right hand and trident in left arm.

3. c. BC, Bronze, Byzantium: Dionysus/Poseidon-series, Turin

Veiled head of Demeter, right, wearing corn wreath.
ΒΥΖΑΝΤΙ - ΕΠΙ ΜΕΝΕΚΡ / i.f.r. mon. ΔΕ Cornucopia; to right, baetyl.

3. c. BC, Bronze, Byzantium: Demeter/cornucopia-series, 9.29 g, Turin

Μ-Α-ΡΩΝ Horse prancing left; above, cantharus. Border of dots.
ΕΠΙ Μ-ΗΤΡ-ΟΔΟ-ΤΟ Vine with six bunches of grapes, three on each side, within linear square; all within incuse square.

c. 430-410 BC, Silver, tetradrachm , 13.50 g, Turin

ΑVΤ ΑΔΡΙΑ ΑΝΤ-ΩΝΕΙΝΟϹ ϹΕΒ Bare head of Antoninus Pius, right.
ΟVΛΠ ΑΓΧ-ΙΑΛЄΩΝ Artemis advancing right, head left, wearing short chiton and boots, holding bow in left hand, drawing arrow with right hand from quiver at shoulder. Ground line.

138-161 AD, Bronze, 3 unit, Turin

Jugate heads of Serapis, wearing laurel wreath and lotus, and of Isis, wearing her headdress and wreath of ears, right.
ΠΕ-ΡΙΝ/ΘΙ-ΩΝ Anubis advancing right, holding palm branch with right hand over shoulder; in field to left monogram; to right emblem of two conjoined foreparts of prancing horses to right and left. Short ground line.

end 3. c. BC and later, Bronze, Perinthus: autonomous series 6, 5.23 g, Turin

ΜΑΡΩ/ΝΙΤΩΝ Bridled horse prancing right, loose rein passing over back and trailing below.
ΕΠΙ ΜΗ/ΤΡΩΝΟΣ Vine within linear square; in left field, plow; all within incuse square.

c. 365-330 BC, Silver, Distater, 11.33 g, Turin