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ΑV Κ Π CЄΠ ΓЄΤΑC Laureate head of Geta, right.

ΜΗΤΡΟ ΠΟΝ ΤΟΜЄΩC Asclepius standing facing, head left, holding serpent-staff in right hand.

197 -211 n.Chr. , Double unit

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ΑV Κ Π CЄΠ ΓЄΤΑC Laureate head of Geta, right.

ΜΗΤΡΟ ΠΟΝΤ ΤΟΜЄΩC Asclepius standing facing, head left, holding serpent-staff in right hand.

197 -211 n.Chr. , Double unit

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ΑV • Κ • Π • CЄΠΤ • ΓЄΤΑC Laureate head of Geta, right.

ΜΗΤΡΟΠ • ΠΟΝΤ • ΤΟΜЄΩC• Façade of tetrastyle temple; within nude figure standing left, holding upatera and sceptre.

197 -211 n.Chr. , 4 unit

coin obverse coin reverse

ΑV • Κ • Π • CЄΠ • ΓЄΤΑC • Laureate head of Geta, right.

ΜΗΤΡΟΠ • ΠΟΝΤ • ΤΟΜЄΩC• Façade of tetrastyle temple; within nude figure standing left, holding upatera and sceptre.

197 -211 n.Chr. , 4 unit

coin obverse coin reverse

ΑV • Κ • Π • CЄΠ • ΓЄΤΑC • Laureate head of Geta, right.

ΜΗΤΡΟΠ • ΠΟΝΤ ΤΟΜЄΩC Trophy between two sitting captives, each with his back turned to the other, heads turned to each other.

197 -211 n.Chr. , 4 unit

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ΑV • Κ • Π • CЄΠΤΙ • ΓЄΤΑC • Laureate bust of Geta, right, wearing cuirass and paludamentum.

ΜΗΤΡΟΠ • ΠΟΝΤ ΤΟΜЄΩC Eagle standing right on base, head left, with spread wings, between two standards.

197 -211 n.Chr. , 4 unit

ΑV • Κ • Π • CЄΠ • • ΓЄΤΑC Laureate head of Geta, right.

ΜΗΤΡΟΠ • ΠΟΝ • ΤΟΜЄΩC Eagle standing right on base, head left, with spread wings, between two standards.

197 -211 n.Chr. , 4 unit

coin obverse coin reverse

Α • Κ • Π • CЄΠ • ΓЄΤΑC • Laureate bust of Geta, right, wearing cuirass and paludamentum.

ΜΗΤΡΟ ΠΟΝ ΤΟΜЄΩC Eagle standing facing on base, head right, with spread wings and holding laurel wreath in its beak, between two standards.

197 -211 n.Chr. , 4 unit

coin obverse coin reverse

ΑV • Κ • Π • CЄΠΤΙ • ΓЄΤΑC • Laureate bust of Geta, right, wearing cuirass and paludamentum.

ΜΗΤΡΟΠ • ΠΟΝΤ • ΤΟΜЄΩC Laureate emperor (Geta) with coat riding right on horseback, holding spear and reins.

197 -211 n.Chr. , 4 unit