Sala, , c. 2nd Century A.D.
was the messenger of the gods and the god of commerce and thieves. He was the son of Zeus and the nymph Maia. His include the and winged sandals.RP77505. Bronze AE 17, 455; p. 229, 15; 416, VF, , nice green , areas of corrosion, earthen deposits, 2.643 g, maximum 16.9 mm, 0o, Sala mint, c. 2nd century A.D.; ∆HMOC CAΛHNΩN, laureate and draped bearded of Demos; EΠI AN∆PONEICOY, standing slightly left, nude, draped over left arm, purse in right hand, in left hand; ex Divus Numismatik; ; $105.00 (Ä93.45)
, , Plautius , Roman of under , 4 - 5 A.D.
M. Plautius was of from 4 to 5 A.D. He was consul in the 2 A.D. and belonged to the inner of . Whether the on the refers to , remains a question, likewise the exact interpretation of the scene. Eastern denominations are not fully understood, but this brass coin may have been equal to the Roman as or 1/3 of a .
The adjustment marks visible in the fields probably indicate that this was cut from a round bar, not cast. These marks are found on some other examples of the .RP83567. Brass AE 22, 2364; p. 139, 242 - 245; 461, gVF, , strong adjustment marks, 4.013 g, maximum 21.5 mm, 0o, (Bergama, Turkey) mint, 4 - 5 A.D.; ΣEBAΣTON ∆HMOΦΩN, in ; ΣIΛBANON ΠEPΓAMHNOI, Demos of crowning the M. Plautius , who is wearing ; $100.00 (Ä89.00)
Hadrianothera, , c. 130 - 161 A.D.
Hadrianothera was founded by to commemorate his successful hunting expedition in the .RP77196. Bronze AE 19,
1084 (same dies); 1145 - 1146; , p. 75, 1; -, VF, some scratches and bumps, areas of , 4.377 g, maximum 19.4 mm, 0o, Hadrianothera mint, pseudo-autonomous, c. 130 - 161 A.D.; CYNKΛHTOCC, draped of the senate right; A∆PIANOΘHPITΩN, Asklepios standing facing, left, around waist and legs and over left shoulder, leaning on snake entwined staff in right hand; very ; SOLD
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