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Festival of Isis - Type of Reverse No. 1

Neptune, at left, standing right, left foot on prow, holding dolphin and trident,
facing Isis at right, standing left, holding sistrum and situla.

 

Clicking busts leads to the description of the obverses, as well as variants of such busts.

 

Number
Type of
obverse
Size and legends Catalogs Ruler,
mint and period
Image

 1/1 

 AE2

 Obv. IOVI DIOCLETIANO AVG
 Rev. VOTA PVBLICA

 Alföldi 1
 Vagi --
 Cohen --
 RIC --
 Diocletian
 Roma
 304-305
 No. 156

 1/2 

[1]

 AE2

 Obv. VIRTVS MAXIMIANI AVG 
 Rev. VOTA PVBLICA

 Alföldi 5
 Vagi --
 Cohen --
 RIC --
 Maximian Herculius
 Roma
 304-305
 No. 191

 1/3 

[2]

 AE2

 Obv. VIRTVS MAXIMIANI AVG 
 Rev. VOTA PVBLICA

 Alföldi --
 Vagi --
 Cohen --
 RIC --
 Maximian Herculius
 Roma
 304-305
 No. 4

 1/4 

 AE2

 Obv. IMP CONSTANTIVS P F AVG
 Rev. VOTA PVBLICA

 Alföldi 4
 Vagi --
 Cohen --
 RIC --
 Constantius I
 Roma
 304-305
 No. 157
 

 1/5 

 AE4

 Obv. IMP CONSTANTINVS P F AVG
 Rev. VOTA PVBLICA

 Alföldi 14
 Vagi 3431
 Cohen VII 314: 719
 RIC --
 Constantine I
 Rome
 307-337
 No. 206

 

NOTES
[1] Alföldi 60: 5 assigns this coin to Galerius Maximian, however we think that the legend VIRTVS MAXIMIANI belongs to Maximian Herculius.
[2] See the coin No. 4 shown below. (Stack's Auction Gallery - New York, 2010-10-20 - Lot 234).

 

 

 

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