This webpage presents a small selection of coins minted in Antioch. Many thanks to Wayne G. Sayles and members of the Ancient Coin Study Group of St. Louis (Chip Vaughn, Michael Godier, and David Murrey) for providing access to examples of Roman coins that were minted in Antioch. Hundreds of coin types are known from the mint at Antioch.



AELIA EUDOXIA (wife of Theodosius II) AD 401 - 403 . Minted in Antioch, Weight = 3.14 grams and diameter = 17 mm. Obverse: AEL FACCILLA AVG. Reverse = SALVS REIPVBLICAE Victory inscribing a Chi-Rho on a shield that is on a column. Exegue: ANT-C

 


THEODORIUS AD 402 - 450. Copper AE3; weight = 1.7 grams and diameter = 16.4 mm. Reverse shows 3 emperors. ANT in exergue.



HONORIUS AD 393 - 423. Copper centenionallis; weight = 2.0 grams and diameter = 16.9 mm. ANT in exergue.

ARCADIUS AD 383 - 408. Copper AE 4; weight = 1.2 grams and diameter = 13.5 mm. Obverse Faint ANT in exergue.

ARCADIUS AD 383 - 408. Copper coin minted AD 401 - 403; weight = 2.2 grams and diameter = 16.0 mm. Obverse DN ARCADI [VS P F AVG], cuirassed bust facing, holding spear and shield. Reverse shows CONCORDI [A] AVGG, emperor enthroned facing, head right, foot on prow, holding sceptre and Victory on globe. ANT in exergue.

ARCADIUS AD 383 - 408. Copper Nummus; weight = 2.4 grams and diameter = 13.8 mm. Obverse shows diademed bust facing right . Reverse shows [VIRTVS EXE]RCITI ("Courage of the Army") with Emperor holding spear and shield, crowned by Victory. ANT A in exergue

ARCADIUS AD 383 - 408. Copper AE3 coin; weight = 1.7 grams and diameter = 16 mm. Obverse shows diademed bust. Reverse shows VIRTVS EXERCITI ("Courage of the Army") with Emperor holding spear and shield, crowned by Victory. ANT A in exergue

VALENTINIAN II, AD 375 - 392. AE 2, 5,2 grams. Obverse Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust of Valentinian II facing right, Inscription: D N VALENTINI [-ANVS P F AVG]. Reverse Emperor standing facing right, spurning captive with foot, holding labarum and globe, inscription VIRTVS [EXERCITI]. ANT?. in exergue. RIC IX, 63(b), p. 291

VALENTINIAN II, AD 375 - 392; minted AD 378 - 383. Diameter = 18.7 mm and weight = 2.75 grams. Obverse: Pearl-diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right; D N VALENTINIANVS P F AVG. Reverse: Roma seated holding globe and spear, CONCORDIA AVGGG. Exergue: ANTE.

GRATIAN AD 367 - 383. Diameter = 17.0 mm and weight = 2.7 grams. Obverse shows bust facing right; DN GRATIANVS PF AVG. Reverse shows Roma seated facing, head left, holding globe and spear; VIRTVS ROMANORVM. ANTA in exergue.

VALENS AD 364 - 378. Silver siliqua; weight = 0.93 grams and diameter = 17.3 mm. Obverse shows diademed draped bust. Reverse shows votive inscription in wreath. ANT* in exergue.

‘DALMATIUS AD 335 - 337. Copper folis; diameter = 15.5 mm and weight = 1.2 grams. Obverse shows laurette bust facing right; FL DEMATIUS NOB Cdraped bust. Reverse shows two soldiers holding a standard betwen them, GLORIA EXERCIYVS. SMANT in exergue.

CONSTANTIUS II AD 337 - 340). Copper centenionalis minted in Antioch. Weight = 1.9 grams and diameter = 18 mm. Obverse shows CONSTANTIVS UVN NOB.C, and right facing bust. Reverse shows GLORIA EXERCITUS "Glory to the Army" and Two Roman soldiers with standards; ANT in exergue.

CONSTANTIUS II AD 337 - 340). Copper centenionalis minted in Antioch. Weight = 2.2 grams and diameter = 18 mm. Obverse shows DN CONSTANTIVS PP AVG, and right facing bust. Reverse shows CONCORDIA AVG CC and Emperor seated no throne holding septer; ANT in exergue.

CONSTANTIUS II AD 330 - 347). Copper centenionalis minted in Antioch. Weight = 5.3 grams and diameter = 23.0 x 21.8 mm. Obverse shows D N CONSTAN-TIVS P F AVG, and right facing bust. Reverse shows FEL TEMP RE-PARATIO "Restoration of Happy Times" and a Roman soldier spearing a fallen horseman; AN S in exergue. RIC 132. [With permission of Chip Vaughn, Independent Scholar.]

CONSTANTIUS II AD 330 - 347). Copper coin minted in Antioch. Weight = 1.7 grams and diameter = 14.4 mm. Obverse shows DN [CONSTAN-TIVS P]F AV[G], pearl diademed, draped, large brooch bust right. Reverse shows [SPES REI-P]VBLICE and emperor helmeted, in military dress standing left holding globe and spear; AN Z in exergue.

probably CONSTANTIUS II AD 330 - 347). Copper AE2 minted in Antioch. Weight = 1.7 grams and diameter = 16 mm. Obvers very worn shows right facing bust. Reverse shows FEL TEM[P RE-PA]RATIO "Restoration of Happy Times" and a Roman soldier spearing a fallen horseman; AN H in exergue.

MAXIMINUS II: AD 307 - 313. Copper quarter nummis minted in Antioch. Weight = 1.2 grams and diameter = 14.7 mm. Obverse shows [IOVI] CON[SERVATORI] with Jupiter seated left holding globe and sceptre. Reverse shows [VIC]TORIA AVGG with Victory advancing left with wreath and palm, officina letter gamma to right indicating the 3rd officina. ANT in the exergue.

MAXIMINUS II: AD 307 - 313. Copper quarter nummis minted in Antioch. Weight = 1.6 grams and diameter = 15.8 mm. Obverse shows Jupiter seated left, inscription - IOVI CONSERVATORI. Reverse shows Victory advancing left, inscription - VICTORIA AVGG. Exergue is worn.

MAXIMINUS II: AD 307 - 313. Copper quarter nummis minted in Antioch. Weight = 1.3 grams. Obverse shows Tyche seated with river god swimming beneath, inscription - GENIO ANTIOCHENI. Reverse shows Apollo standing left holding lyre in his left hand and a patera in his right hand, inscription - APOLLINI SANCTO. SMA in the exergue.

MAXIMINUS II: AD 307 - 313. Copper quarter nummis minted in Antioch. Weight = 1.2 grams. Obverse shows Tyche seated with river god swimming beneath, inscription - GENIO ANTIOCHENI. Reverse shows Apollo standing left holding lyre in his left hand and a patera in his right hand, inscription - APOLLINI SANCTO. ? beneath the lyre. SMA in the exergue.

MAXIMINUS II: AD 307 - 313. Copper follis minted in Antioch. 21mm. Laureate head right / Genius standing left, holding cornucopiae and head of Sol. SR 3764, Antioch mint. [With permission of Wayne G. Sayles, Independent Scholar]

MAXIMINUS II: AD 307 - 313. Copper follis minted in Antioch. Weight = 4.3 grams and 22.7 mm in diameter. Obverse IMP C GAL VAL MAXIMINVS P F AVG shows Maximinus and reverse GENIO AVGVSTI shows genius holding the head of Sol in one hand and a cornucopiae in the other hand; star left and letter "Delta" right. ANT in the exergue. [RIC 164]

MAXIMINUS II: AD 307 - 313. Roman copper follis minted in Antioch. Weight = 5.8 grams and 20.7 mm in diameter. Obverse IMP C GAL VAL MAXIMINVS P F AVG shows Maximinus and reverse Sol holding head of Serapis; B left field and star in right. ANT in the exergue. RIC 167b [With permission of Chip Vaughn, Independent Scholar.]

LICINIUS I: AD 308 - 325. Copper follis minted in Antioch during AD 321 - 323. Weight = 3.0 grams and 17.8 mm in diameter. Obverse shows Licinius and reverse shows Jupiter and Victory with a captive. [RIC 35]

LICINIUS I: AD 308 - 325. Copper follis minted in Antioch. Weight = 2.5 grams and diameter = 19.7 x 17.7 mm.Obverse shows IMP VAL LICIN LICINIVS PF AVG. Reverse shows IOVI CONSERVATORI: Jupiter standing left, holding a globe surmounted by Victory presenting a wreath, an eagle with a wreath in its beak stannding right; a captive seated right with X/ III above. SMANTA in exergue. RIC VII 34. [With permission of Chip Vaughn, Independent Scholar.]

LICINIUS I: AD 308 - 325. Bronze follis minted in Antioch. Minted in regnal year XIII. Weight = 4.0 grams and diameter = 18.3 mm. Obverse shows IMP VAL LICIN LICINIVS PF AVG. Reverse shows IOVI CONSERVATORI: Jupiter standing left, holding a globe surmounted by Victory presenting a wreath, an eagle with a wreath in its beak stannding right; a captive seated right with X/ III above. SMANTE in exergue. RIC VII 34. [With permission of Chip Vaughn, Independent Scholar.]

HELENA: d. AD 327. Copper follis of Antioch. Weight = 2.9 grams; diameter = 18.4 mm. Obverse shows FL HELENA-AVGVSTA, mantled bust right wearing diadem.. Reverse shows SECVRITAS-REIPVBLICE, Securitas standing left, lowering branch with left hand, raising robe with right hand. Mintmark SMA[N ].

FAUSTA: d. AD 326. AE 3 of Antioch. Weight = 2.7 grams; diameter = 18.6 mm. Obverse shows FLAV MAX-FAVSTA AVG with draped bust. Reverse shows SALVS REI-PVBLICAE Salus holding two children. RIC VII, 76

CONSTANTINE THE GREAT - COMMEMORATIVE FOR CONSTANTINOPLE AD 330 - 33. COPPER AE 3. Weight - 2.4 grams and diameter - 17.1 mm. Obverse shows CONSTANTINOPOLIS and the helmeted bust of Constantinopolis left. Reverse shows Victory standing left on foot of prow of ship with scepter and leaning on shield. SMANT in Exegue.

CONSTANTINE THE GREAT: AD 307 - 337. Posthumous Issue. Diameter = 15 mm and weight = 1.5 grams. SMANZ in Exegue.

CONSTANTINE THE GREAT: AD 307 - 337. Follis with mint date 335 - 337. Obverse shows CONSTANTI-NVS MAX AVG with rosette-diadem. Reverse shows GLOR-IA EXERC-ITVS "The glory of the army" with soldiers and one standard. [With permission of Chip Vaughn, Independent Scholar.]

CONSTANTINE THE GREAT: AD 307 - 337). Weight = 1.4 grams and diameter = 15.1 x 14.7 mm. Obverse shows DV CONSTANTINVS PT AVGG, veiled head facing right. Obverse shows Constantine in quadriga right, the hand of God, upper center, grasping the chariot, [SM]ANA in exerque. RIC VIII Antioch 39.[With permission of Chip Vaughn, Independent Scholar.]

CONSTANTINE THE GREAT: AD 307 - 337. Billon reduced centenionalis minted in Antioch to commemorate the dedication of Constantinople. Mint date 335 - 337. Weight = 2.5 grams and diameter = 17.3 mm. Obverse shows VRBS ROMA Helmeted head of Roma left, in imperial mantle, and ornamental necklace Reverse show the She-wolf suckling Romulus and Remus two stars above and SMA[N]Q in ex. [With permission of Chip Vaughn, Independent Scholar]. RIC 113

CONSTANTINE THE GREAT: AD 307 - 337. Mint date AD 335 - 337. Obverse shows CONSTANTI-NVS MAX AVG with rosette-diadem Reverse shows two soldiers holding spears and shields with two standards between them, GLOR-IA EXERC-ITVS. Mintmark: SMANA. [With permission of Chip Vaughn, Independent Scholar.]

GALERIUS: AD 293 - 305. Copper follis minted in Antioch . Weight = 10.6 grams and 28.9 mm in diameter. Obverse GAL VAL MAXIMIANVS NOB CAES Galerius and reverse GENIO POPV-LI ROMANI Genius standing, modius on head, right hand holding patera from which liquor flows, left hand a cornucopiae. I right; ANT in exergue. [RIC 57b]

DIOCLETIAN: AD 296 Billon Antoninianus. Diameter = 21 mm and weight = 2.4 grams. Obverse: IMP C C VAL DIOCLETIANVS P F AVG - Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust facing right. Reverse: CONCORDIA MILITUM - Diocletian standing right receiving victory on globe from naked Jupiter standing left, holding sceptre; ANT (Antioch mint) in exergue. Abila artifact registration number A84.175.

DIOCLETIAN: AD 284 - 305. Copper follis minted in Antioch. Weight = 9.3 grams and 27.5 mm in diameter. Obverse IMP C DIOCLETIANVS P F AVG Diocletian and reverse GENIO POPV-LI ROMANI Genius holding patera and cornucopiae. E right; ANT in exergue. [RIC 52a]

VABALATHUS (AD 271 - 272). Silver antoninianus minted in Antioch for the son of Queen Zenobia of Palmyra. Weight = 3.3 grams and 19.4 mm in diameter. Obverse IMP C AVRELIANVS AVG, radiate, cuirassed bust of Aurelian and reverse VABALATHVS VCRIM DR shows Vabalthus. [RIC 381]. Vabalathus is most likely the Latinized version of Wahb Allat or (Palmyrene, gift of the Goddess). Antioch was captured by the forces of Zenobia and Vabalthus in approximately AD 270. VCRIM DR is interpeted as "V(ir) C(larissimus) R(ex) IM(perator) D(ux) R(omanorum)"

CLAUDIUS II GOTHICUS: AD 268 - 270. Silvered antoninianus of minted in Antioch. Weight = 4.2 grams and diameter = 19.4 x 20.0 mm. Obverse - IMP C CLAVDIVS AVG and reverse - IVNO REGINA, Juno standing left holding patern and the sceptre. [With permission of Chip Vaughn, Independent Scholar.]

VALERIAN I: AD 253 - 260. Billon Antoninianus minted in Antioch. Mint year 255 - 256. Weight = 2.7 grams and diameter = 23.1 x 20.2 mm. Obverse - bust of Valerian; Reverse - PIETAS AVGG. [With permission of Chip Vaughn, Independent Scholar.]

JULIA CORNELIA SALONINA: AD 253 - 268 with this issue around AD 265. Julia was the wife of Emperor Gallienus. Weight = 3.5 grams and 21.5 mm in diameter. Obverse SALONINA AVG shows the diademed bust right on a crescent and reverse CERERI AVG shows Ceres seated left, holding scepter right and grain head beneath her throne. [RIC 90]

TREBONIANUS GALLUS + VOLUSIAN: AD 251-253, 18.1 grams. Double Sestertius. Obverse, Facing busts of Gallus facing r. and Volusian facing left [AVTOK K GA TPEB GALLOC KAI OVOLOVCCIANOC CEBB]. Reverse, Tetrastyle shrine of the Tyche of Antioch with statue [ANTIOCEWN MHTRO KOLWN D-E]. [very, very worn]

TREBONIANUS GALLUS: AD 251-253, Tetradrachm in Antioch. Weight = 12.5 grams and diameter = 26.4 x 25.6 mm. , Obverse - laureate bust of Gallus right and reverse shows an eagle standing, facing, wings spread, head left with wreath in beak. Laureate bust of Gallus right / Statue of Tyche of Antioch within shrine. SNG Cop. 284v. McAlee 1172. [With permission of Chip Vaughn, Independent Scholar]

TREBONIANUS GALLUS: AD 251-253, Billon Tetradrachm minted in Antioch. Weight = 11.6 grams and diameter = 26.8 x 24.7 mm. Obverse: bust of Trebonianus Gallus. Reverse shows an eagle standing, facing, wings spread, head left with "Delta" between legs. S C in exergue. SNG Cop. 290. McAlee 1172(d). [With permission of Michael Godier, Independent Scholar]

TREBONIANUS GALLUS: AD 251-253, AE 30, Laureate bust of Gallus right / Statue of Tyche of Antioch within shrine. SNG Cop. 284v. McAlee 1181. [With permission of Wayne G. Sayles, Independent Scholar]

PHILIP II: AD 244 - 249, AE 30, Laureate bust of Philip right /Eagle standing, facing, wings spread.ANTIOXIA S C in exergue.McAlee 1043. [With permission of Wayne G. Sayles, Independent Scholar]

PHILIP II: AD 244 - 249. AE 30mm, AD 244-249, Laureate head right / Turreted head of Tyche right, Ram above. Dark brown patina. SGI 4147. McAlee 1080. [With permission of Wayne G. Sayles, Independent Scholar]

 


PHILIP I: AD 244 - 249. Roman silver antoninianus minted in Antioch. Weight = 4.2 grams; 23.2 x 21.6 mm in diameter. Obverse: IMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVG radiate, draped and cuirassed bust facing right and reverse AEQVITAS AVGG Aequitas standing left with cornucopia. Sear 2551. RIC IV-3 82. An undated issue without mint mark, but clearly from the Antioch mint.



PHILIP I: AD 244 - 249. Roman silver tetradrachm minted in Antioch. Weight = 10.78 grams; 27.5 x 25.2 mm in diameter. Obverse: Laureate head right AUTOK K M IOULI FILIPPOC CEB and reverse Eagle standing facing, wings spread, holding wreath DHMARX EXOUCIAC UPATO D. ANTIOXIA / SC in exergue.

GORDIAN III: AD 238 - 244. Roman silver antoninianus minted in Antioch. Weight = 4.4 grams and 21.0 mm in diameter. Obverse IMP CAES M ANT GORDIANVS AVG shows Gordian and reverse FIDES MILITUM shows Fides holding military standards. [RIC 209]

SEVERUS ALEXANDER: AD 222 - 235. Roman silver denarius minted in Antioch. Weight = 2.8 grams and 18.6 mm in diameter. Obverse IMP C M AVR SEV ALEXAND AVG shows Severus and reverse AEQVITAS AVG shows Aequitas holding scales and cornucopia. [RIC 274]

ELAGABALUS: AD 128 - 222, Roman provincial silver tetradrachm minted in Antioch. Weight = 13.7 grams and 23.7 mm in diameter. Obverse shows Elagabalus and reverse shows eagle holding wreath. SNG Cop 238.

ELAGABALUS: AD 218 - 222, AE. Weight = 5.2 grams and diameter = 20.0 x 19.1 mm. [Chip Vaughn, Independent Scholar.]

ELAGABALUS:, AD 218-222, AE 20mm, Radiate bust right / SC within wreath, eagle below. Similar to SNG Cop. 242. McAee 788[With permission of Wayne G. Sayles, Independent Scholar]

DIADUMENIAN: AD 217 - 218; . AE As. 18.8 mm, and 4.4 grams. Obverse: Bare head righ; inscription: KAI M O DI ANT[WNINOC-CE]. Reverse: D-E above and below SC, all within wreath and a 7 pointed star above the D.

CARACALLA: AD 215 - 217; . AE As. 24.6 mm, and 11.3 grams. Obverse: Laureate head righ; inscription: AYT [K M A ANTWNEINOC C_EB]. Reverse: Eagle standing right on palm, head right holding wreath and 6 pointed star between legs; inscription: [DHMAPX EX YPATOC] TOD.

CARACALLA: AD 215 - 217; . AE As. 17.8 mm, and 5.6 grams. Obverse: Laureate head right; inscription: [AVT K] ANTW[NINOC C_EB]. Reverse: D-E above and below SC, all within wreath.

LUCIUS VERUS: AD 161 - 169. AE 21 and 8.00 grams. Obverse: Laureate head right. Reverse SC with laurel wreath and A below.

TRAJAN: AD 98-117; minted AD 111. AE Tetradachm. Diameter = 23.5 mm, and weight = 14.14 grams. Obverse: Laureate head of Trajan facing right, [AYTOKP KAIC NE]P TPAIANOC CEB REPM ,A[K]. Reverse: bust of Melqart/Hercules facing right with lion-skin around neck, knotted in front.

TRAJAN: AD 98-117; minted AD 102 - 114. AE As. 28.9 x 25.5 mm, and 13.0 grams. Obverse: Laureate head right and reverse SC with laurel wreath.

TRAJAN: AD 98-117. AR tetradrachm. Laureate head right, eagle to right, club beneath / Tyche of Antioch seated right, river god swimming below . SNG Cop. 194. [With permission of Wayne G. Sayles, Independent Scholar]

DOMITIAN: AR tetradrachm / Domitian, AD 81-96, 25mm. Year 8, Laureate head right / Eagle standing, facing, head right. SGI 871v. [With permission of Wayne G. Sayles, Independent Scholar]

TITUS: AE 21 / Domitian, AD 79 - 81, diameter = 21.4 grams and weight = 7.4 grams. Obverse - Laureate head right. Reverse - SC within wreath.

VESPASIAN, AD 69 - 79: AV coin / Weight = 14.3 grams; diameter = 18 mm. 28mm. Obverse - [IMP CAES]AR VESPASIAN [AVG]. Reverse - SC in wreath. SGI 787.

VESPASIAN: AR tetradrachm / Antioch, AD 69-79, 28mm. Year 2 (AD 70/71) Laureate head r. / Eagle standing left on club, palm branch in field to left. SGI 736. [With permission of Wayne G. Sayles, Independent Scholar]

VESPASIAN: AR tetradrachm / Antioch, AD 69-79. Year 2 (AD 70/71). Weight = 11.3 grams and diameter 23.6 mm. Obverse: Laureate head facing right. Reverse = Eagle standing left on club, palm branch in field to left. [With permission of Michael Godier, Independent Scholar]

NERO: AE as minted for Nero (AD 54-68) in Antioch. Weight = 6.7 grams and diameter = 20.6 x 19.5 mm. Obverse shows [CAESAR] IM NERO CL A[V] and bust of Nero. Reverse shows SC within wreath. McAlee 300 [With permission of Chip Vaughn, Independent Scholar]

NERO: AR tetradrachm / Antioch, 25mm., AD 54-68, Regnal Year 10 (AD 63/4) Laureate head of Nero right / Eagle standing right, palm branch in field to right. SGI 617v. and McAlee 264 [With permission of Wayne G. Sayles, Independent Scholar]

NERO: Syria, Antioch, AE 20mm., AD 54-68, Laureate head of Nero right / SC within wreath. SGI 619, Countermark on neck. [With permission of Wayne G. Sayles, Independent Scholar]

TIBERIUS: AD 14 - 37; minted AD 31-32. AE 20 and weight = 8.33 grams. Obverse: Laureate head right and reverse SC with laurel wreath.

TIBERIUS: AD 14 - 37; minted AD 31-32. AE 26 and weight = 14.32 grams. Obverse: Laureate head right and crossed cornucopia countermarked on neck. Reverse: SC in circle of dots; all within laurel wreath.

AUGUSTUS: 27 BC - AD 14. AE issue by Q. Caecilius Metellus Creticus Silanus, the legate appointed by Augustus. Weight = 6.9 grams and diameter = 19.9 x 19.2 mm. Obverse shows Zeus. Reverse shows a Ram (Aries? Judea?) with star and DM (year 44). [With permission of Chip Vaughn, Independent Scholar]

AUGUSTUS: 27 BC - AD 14, AR tetradrachm, Mint date of AD 13 - 14. 25mm, 14.95 g. Year 29. Laureate head right / Tyche of Antioch seated right, river god at feet. RPC 4154. [With permission of Wayne G. Sayles, Independent Scholar]

AUGUSTUS: 27 BC - AD 26. AR Tetradrachm, Obverse, Augustus. Reverse, Tyche seated on rock with the river god Orontes at her feet. Weight = 14.7 grams and diameter = 25.1 mm. [With permission of David Murrey, Independent Scholar]

AULUS GABINIUS: Proconsul of Syria, 57 - 55 BC. Weight = 5.4 grams and diameter = 19.1 mm. [With permission of Chip Vaungh, Independent Scholar]

Antiocheia, Syria: 1st c. BC. 17mm. Laureate head of Zeus right / Zeus seated left, SG 5853. [With permission of Wayne G. Sayles, Independent Scholar]

PHILIP I (PHILADELPHOS), 95 - 75 BC. Obverse, Philip. Reverse, Zeus enthroned holding Nike and a sceptor. Weight = 15.7 grams and diameter = 25.3 x 27.4 mm. [With permission of David Murrey, Independent Scholar]

ANTIOCHUS IX (PHILOPATER), 116 - 95 BC. Obverse, Antiochus. Reverse, Athena standing. Weight = 16.7 grams and diameter = 28.0 x 28.9 mm. [With permission of David Murrey, Independent Scholar]

ANTIOCHUS VIII (GRYPOS), 121 - 96 BC. Obverse, Antiochus. Reverse, Eagle standing left on thunderbolt, sceptre behind shoulder. Weight = 5.8 grams and diameter = 18.7 mm. [With permission of Chip Vaughn, Independent Scholar]

ANTIOCHUS VII (EUERGETES), 138 - 129 BC. Diameter = 18 mm and weight = 5.37 grams. Date of 174 = 138 BC. Obverse, Antiochus. Reverse, Headdress of Isis.

ANTIOCHUS VII (EUERGETES), 138 - 129 BC. Obverse, Antiochus. Reverse, Athena holding Nike. Weight = 16.5 grams and diameter = 27.3 mm. [With permission of David Murrey, Independent Scholar]

ANTIOCHUS III (THE GREAT), 223 - 178 BC. Obverse, Antiochus. Reverse, Apollo holding a bow and arrow. Weight = 16.8 grams and diameter = 27.7 mm. [With permission of David Murrey, Independent Scholar]

ANTIOCHUS I (SOTER), 280 - 261 BC. Copper. Obverse, Macedonian shield with anchor. Reverse, Elephant with Greek inscription above and ANTIOXO[Y] below the elephant. Weight = 6.2 grams and diameter = 18.2 mm. [With permission of Chip Vaugh, Independent Scholar]

McAlee = The Coins of Roman Antioch by Richard McAlee (2007). Classical Numismatic Group, Inc.

RIC = Roman Imperial Coinage

RPC = Roman Provincial Coinage

SNG = Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum, Denmark. The Royal Collection of Coins and Medals, Danish National Museum.


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