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Festival of Isis - Type of Reverse No. 11

Isis as sea-goddess, reclining left, holding a large cornucopia with both hands,
resting left arm on an overturned urn, out of which flows water.

 

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

 11/1 

 AE3

 Obv. DEO SARAPIDI
 Rev. VOTA PVBLICA

 Alföldi 200 & 230
 Vagi 3372
 Cohen VIII 60: 131 [1]
 RIC --
 Anonymous
 Rome
 Mid-Fourth Century
 No. 52

 11/2 

 AE3

 Obv. ISIS FARIA
 Rev. VOTA PVBLICA

 Alföldi 310
 Vagi 3392
 Cohen VIII 72: 40 [1]
 RIC --
 Anonymous
 Rome
 Mid-Fourth Century
 No. 154
 

 11/3 

 AE4

 Obv. DEO SARAPIDI
 Rev. VOTA PVBLICA

 Alföldi 200 [2]
 Vagi 3376
 Cohen --
 RIC --
 Anonymous
 Rome
 Mid-Fourth Century
 

 11/4 

[3]

 AE3

 Obv. DEO SARAPIDI
 Rev. VOTA PVBLICA

 Alföldi --
 Vagi --
 Cohen VIII 59: 126
 RIC --
 Anonymous
 Rome
 Mid-Fourth Century
 No. 139

 

NOTES
[1] Cohen VIII (60: 131 & 72: 40) describes wrongly this reverse as "River-god Nile holding cornucopia".
[2] Alföldi 78: 200 says AE3 only, but the coins 10-12 of the plate VI show that exist both types, AE3 and AE4.
[3] Alföldi not indicate the bust of Serapis without rays that Cohen had already cataloged with the number 126, but in the British Museum there is a copy. See coin N. 139 shown below.

 

 

 

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