Domitian Æ19 5.52g Antioch ad Maeandrum (Caria) mint, undated Obv: ΔΟΜΙΤΙΑΝΟϹ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ; Head of Domitian, laureate, r. Rev: ƐΠΙΜƐΛΗ(ΘƐΝΤΟϹ ΤΙ) ΚΛ ΑΓΛΑΟΥ ΦΡΟΥΓΙ, ΑΝΤΙΟΧƐΙΑ; Turreted city-goddess (Antiochia) seated, l., holding patera RPC 1219 (9 spec.). Acquired from eBay, January 2022. A small issue of bronzes were struck under Domitian at Antioch ad Maeandrum signed by the magistrate Ti Claudius Agelaus Frugi. The coins are fairly common, which suggests a locally substantial issue. Interestingly, this coin features a personification of the city goddess Antiocha, which does not appear on the coinage again. The city was situated at a bridge over the Maeander river and presumably was an important centre of trade. Its major claim to fame is the famous Venus de Milo, which is believed to have been sculpted there by one of its citizens. Please share your coins of Caria, city goddesses, or anything you believe relevant. Thank you for looking!