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Septimius Severus --AR Denarius. R: Trophy with captives beneath. RIC 176.
Septimius Severus --AR Denarius. R: INDVLGENTIA AVGG IN CARTH. RIC 266.
Septimius Severus --AR Denarius, emisa mint. R: SAECULI FELICI/Crescent and seven stars.
Caracalla and Septimius Severus --AE23, Aradus. R: Temple of Astarte. BMC 124
Septimius Severus --AE22, Heliopolis. R: Perspective view of the temple of Jupiter Heliopolitanus. SGI2265
Septimius Severus --AE25, Anchialus. R: Hermes seated left, holding caduceus on knee.
Septimius Severus --’ 24mm (6.79 gm). Blundered legend, laureate head right / Retrograde legend, Agathodaimon serpent coiled right. SNG Copenhagen -; BMC Thrace, etc. -; Mionnet Supp. II pg. 509, 799
Septimius Severus --AE18, Augusta Traiana. R: Eagle standing left, holding wreath in beak.
Septimius Severus --AE26, Callatis. R: Victory in quadriga R. NISC.
Septimius Severus --AE28, Hadrianopolis. R: Dionysos riding right on Panther. Ref?
Septimius Severus --AE16, Nikopolis ad istrum. R: Priapus standing left.
Septimius Severus --AE28, Nikopolis ad istrum. R: Capitoline Triad (Jupiter, Juno and Minerva). BMC -; SNG Copenhagen -; Lindgren -; Moushmov -. Varbanov 2154 (Same dies).
Septimius Severus --AE26, Corcyra. O: ?.C.CEBHPO C.?EP.CE. Laureate bust right. Rev: KOPK V PAION. Pegasus, bridled, galloping right. Ref: BMC 661; Lindgren 1480.
Septimius Severus --AE (Limes) Aureus. Struck circa 202 AD. Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Septimius Severus right / Facing draped bust of Julia Domna; Caracalla on left facing right, laureate and draped; Geta on right facing left, bare headed, draped and cuirassed. RIC IV 181c; BMCRE 380 note; RSC 6.
Septimius Severus --AE23, Heliopolis. R: Two male figures standing left holding torches (?) and animals.
Septimius Severus --AE26, Anchialus (Thrace). R: Galley with sails. Moushmov 2827
Septimius Severus --AE26, Hadrianopolis. R: Hygieia standing right. Apparently unlisted, same obverse die as Jurokova V109 but not listed with this reverse issued under Barbarus.
Caracalla --AE30, Pautalia, Thrace. R: Satyr inviting Nymph to dance. Apparently unlisted for Caracalla, similar type for Septimius Severus listed as Ruzicka, Muenzen von Pautalia, no. 362.
Caracalla --AE32, Hierapolis-Kastabala. Cuirassed and draped bust r. AVT KAI MAP AVPH ANTUNEINOC. Rev.: IEPOITEOY KACTABALEUN], Caracalla and Septimius Severus facing each other hands clasped. Cf. SNG von Aulock 5578 (obverse laureate bust); SNG Paris 2240 (same die, but with laureate wreath added to die after this coin was struck!).
Septimius Severus --AE30, Philippopolis. R: Homonia standing left holding patera and cornucopia. Altar at feet. Varbanov 1128v.
Septimius Severus And Julia Domna --AE26, Markianopolis. Confronted busts of Septimius and Domna / Apollo standing left, right hand overhead, holding bow in left. Pick 598; SNG Budapest -; Varbanov 643
Septimius Severus -- Baris (Pisidia). R: Double-headed male divinity advancing r., the heads facing in opposite directions, with four arms, holding bow and sword on the r. and club on the l., cloak hanging down on l. and between the legs. Von Aulock, Münzen und Städte Pisidiens II, 259, pl. 7
Septimius Severus and Julia Domna. AE 32. Their heads right. Two countermarks COL and CA (Howgego 581, 586). / Marsyas left with wine bag. BMC -. Mionnet -. Cop. -
Septimius Severus and Julia Domna --AE36, Epiphaneia. A.D. 193/194 (year 261). Obv: Laur, dr and cuir. bust right; C/M before chin. Rev: Dr. bust of Domna right. Ref: BMC -; SNG France (2) 2399. CM: Nike adv. left (?). Howgego 259 ? (2 pcs). Note: The two pieces noted by Howgego have punches that differ in size,and Howgego notes that they may not represent one group. The id of the c/m as Nike is also uncertain.Indeed, the Nike on this specimen appears to be adv l. rather than r.
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