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Festival of Isis - Type of Reverse No. 7

Isis standing facing, looking right or left, holding sistrum in right hand
and a disc-shaped object or dish of fruit (sometimes with snake) in left.

 

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

 7/1 

 AE2

 Obv. D N VALENS P F AVG
 Rev. VOTA PVBLICA

 Alföldi 102
 Vagi 3474
 Cohen VIII 115: 77
 RIC --
 Valens
 Rome
 364-378
 No. 201
 

 7/2 

 AE3

 Obv. DEO SERAPIDI
 Rev. VOTA PVBLICA

 Alföldi 394
 Vagi --
 Cohen --
 RIC --
 Anonymous
 Rome
 Mid-Fourth Century
 No. 42
 No. 72
 

 7/3 

 AE4

 Obv. ISIS FARIA
 Rev. VOTA PVBLICA

 Alföldi 248
 Vagi 3395
 Cohen --
 RIC --
 Anonymous
 Rome
 Mid-Fourth Century
 

 7/4 

 AE4

 Obv. VOTA PVBLICA [1]
 Rev. VOTA PVBLICA

 Alföldi --
 Vagi --
 Cohen VIII 69: 13
 RIC --
 Anonymous
 Rome
 Mid-Fourth Century
 No. 140

 7/5 

 AE4

 Obv. D N VALENTINIANVS P F AVG
 Rev. VOTA PVBLICA

 Alföldi 99
 Vagi 3473
 Cohen --
 RIC --
 Valentinian I
 Rome
 364-375
 

 

NOTES
[1] Obverse legend not in Alföldi. See British Museum, number 1983,0332.6.

 

 

 

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