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ΑVΤ Κ Μ ΑΝΤ ΓΟΡΔΙΑΝΟ[ ΑVΓLaureate and cuirassed bust of Gordian III, right.
ΚΑΛΛ-ΑΤ-Ι-ΑΝΩΝ Eagle standing facing on altar, head right, wings half-spread, between...

c. 238-244 AD, Bronze, 41, 13.15 g, Berlin

Nikopolis ad Istrum
CN_27697

inherits from Type 5640
27.2 mm

Κ Μ ΟΠΠΕΛ ΑΝΤΩΝΙΝ ΔΙΑΔΟVΜΕΝΙΑΝΟCBare-headed bust of Diadumenian, right, wearing paludamentum.
VΠ ΑΓΡΙΠΠΑ ΝΙΚΟΠΟΛΙΤΩΝ ΠΡ ΟC ΙCΤΡ Snake, erected in many turns, right; ...

217-218 AD, Bronze, 14.96 g, Berlin

Tomis
CN_28676

inherits from Type 6666
18.3 mm

Laureate head of Zeus, right.
ΤΟΜΙ Two foreparts of prancing horses, right, one behind the other. Star with eight rays abo...

2.75 g, Berlin

Tomis
CN_28722

inherits from Type 6733
20.7 mm

Laureate head of Zeus, right.
ΤΟΜΙΤWΝ Θ Eagle standing facing, partially leftt, on thunderbolt, head right, wings sprea...

27 v.Chr. - 96 n.Chr., 3.41 g, Berlin

Tomis
CN_28875

inherits from Type 6853
17.1 mm

ΤΟΜΟΥ ΗΡΩΟCDraped bust of Tomos, right, wearing taenia.
ΤΟΜΙΤΩΝ Demeter standing left, wearing double chiton and veil-like long garment wraped ov...

ca. 138-170 AD, 2.85 g, Berlin

Istros
CN_29146

inherits from Type 7138
19.7 mm

Two young male heads, facing, side by side, right one inverted.
ΙΣΤΡΙΗ Sea-eagle on dolphin standing left; within incuse circle.

c. 400-350 BC, Silver, 3, 6.73 g, Berlin

Istros
CN_29157

inherits from Type 7141
19.6 mm

Two young male heads, facing, side by side, right one inverted.
ΙΣΤΡΙΗ Sea-eagle on dolphin standing left.

c. 400-350 BC, Silver, 3, Berlin

Tomis
CN_31815

inherits from Type 8392
0.0 mm

ΑV Κ Π CЄΠ ΓЄΤΑC • ΑVLaureate head of Geta, right.
ΜΗΤΡΟΠ ΠΟΝΤΟV ΤΟΜЄΩC Turreted Tyche wearing chiton and himatio standing left, ho...

197-211 n.Chr., 38, 5.46 g, Berlin

Istros
CN_32150

inherits from Type 8392
28.0 mm

ΑVΤ Κ Μ ΑVΡΗ - ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΟCLaureate bust of Elagabalus, right, wearing cuirass and paludamentum.
ΙCΤΡΙΗΝΩΝ Bearded river-god reclining left, holding fish in outstreched right hand, reed...

c. 218-222 AD, Bronze, 41, 11.31 g, Berlin