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Festival of Isis - Type of Reverse No. 24

Isis and Nephthys, both winged and wearing the snake Uraeus on head,
standing one facing another, holding sistrum and an indeterminate object.

 

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

 24/1 

 AE2

 Obv. D N FL CL IVLIANVS P F AVG
 Rev. VOTA PVBLICA

 Alföldi 67
 Vagi 3452
 Cohen VIII 60: 129
 RIC VIII Rome 492
 Julian II
 Rome
 361-363
 

 24/2 

 AE2

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

 Alföldi 81
 Vagi 3462
 Cohen --
 RIC VIII Rome 505
 Jovian
 Rome
 363-364
 No. 160
 

 24/3 

 AE3

 Obv. DEO SARAPIDI
 Rev. VOTA PVBLICA

 Alföldi 245
 Vagi 3378
 Cohen VIII 60: 130
 RIC --
 Anonymous
 Rome
 Mid-Fourth Century
 No. 106

 24/4 

 AE3

 Obv. DEO SARAPIDI
 Rev. VOTA PVBLICA

 Alföldi 179
 Vagi 3387 [1]
 Cohen --
 RIC --
 Anonymous
 Rome
 Mid-Fourth Century
 No. 198

 24/5 

 AE3

 Obv. ISIS FARIA
 Rev. VOTA PVBLICA

 Alföldi 360 & 361 [2]
 Vagi 3402
 Cohen VIII 73: 42 [2]
 RIC --
 Anonymous
 Rome
 Mid-Fourth Century
 

 24/6 

 AE3

 Obv. DEO SARAPIDI
 Rev. VOTA PVBLICA

 Alföldi 370
 Vagi 3418
 Cohen VIII 66: 10 & 11
 RIC --
 Anonymous
 Rome
 Mid-Fourth Century
 No. 67
 No. 37

 

NOTES
[1] D. Vagi (571: 3387) describes wrongly (?) the obverse as half-bust left of Serapis holding sistrum.
[2] Cohen VIII 73: 42 describes this type as "Deux divinités africanes?". Alföldi 92: 361 simply quoted Cohen.

 

 

 

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