About altars, need your help identifying this

Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by cmezner, Feb 12, 2024.

  1. cmezner

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    Since there is another thread about flaming altars, I need your big help for identifying this coin. It was in a multiple lot and I'm unable to read where it is from.:confused:

    AE 14; 2.54 g

    Ob.: bare head to r. there seems to be something on the right shoulder (?)
    Rev.: altar with eagle on top, closed wings.


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  3. The Meat man

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    Looks like this coin sold by Roma.

    "Lydia, Hierocaesarea Æ 16mm. Pseudo-autonomous issue, time of the Antonines, AD 117-192. Draped bust of Artemis to right, with quiver over shoulder and bow and arrow before chest / IЄPOKAICAPЄΩN, lighted altar. GRPC Lydia 46; SNG von Aulock 2952.2.88g, 16mm, 6h.
    Good Very Fine."
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    @The Meat man, You are a life-saver! I am so very grateful. Thank you so much!
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