Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by Ryro, Jun 29, 2020.
I think you meant “You and me THREE.”
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...(rwo rim hits and symbol)...badoom tish!..
I guess I did a good job of burying the lead. Here's my take:
My Turkish is pretty rusty, but it appears to be the same as #54 from this paper:
Lucilla, wife of Lucius Verus, Pamphylia, Aspendus, c. 163-169, perhaps later, AE, (4.48g 19mm)
Obv: ΛοVΚΙΛΛΑ ϹƐΒΑϹΤΗ, draped bust of Lucilla, right, border of dots
Rev: ΑϹΠƐΝΔΙⲰΝ, two statues of Aphroditai Kastnietides in double aedicula, border of dots
Why didn't I see this one!?
I checked over RPC (thanks for this amazing resource, btw) and I was fixated on that one, seemingly ridiculously, identified as Fulvia, and that Maesa
I LOVE Lucilla! How neat
And Aphrodite with a bunch of boobs... yes please
What a fun find. The dies even look similar
Thanks a TON @Sulla80!
Bingo!! Well done @Sulla80!
That paper also has the Naumann coin in it, attributed to Plautilla. Her name was Fulvia Plautilla.
I was just totally thrown off by the whole boob/testicle thing... which I'm still seeing on Ryro's coin, btw.
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