Dogs on ancient coins

Dogs and hounds on Greek and Roman coins
52 Piny16 Fanúšikovia
THRACE. Maroneia. Stater (Circa 386-347 BC). Kallikrates, magistrate. Obv: Bridled horse prancing left; below, dog standing left. Rev: ΕΠΙ Κ / ΑΛΛ / ΙΚΡΑ / ΤΕΟΣ. Whine arbor within linear square border; legend around.

THRACE. Maroneia. Stater (Circa 386-347 BC). Kallikrates, magistrate. Obv: Bridled horse prancing left; below, dog standing left. Rev: ΕΠΙ Κ / ΑΛΛ / ΙΚΡΑ / ΤΕΟΣ. Whine arbor within linear square border; legend around.

Mysia, Kyzikos EL Hemihekte. Winged dog standing left, head right, on tunny left / Quadripartite incuse square.

Mysia, Kyzikos EL Hemihekte. Winged dog standing left, head right, on tunny left / Quadripartite incuse square.

Mysia, Kyzikos EL Hemihekte. Circa 500-450 BC. Dog crouching to left, tail raised; tunny fish left below / Quadripartite incuse square

Mysia, Kyzikos EL Hemihekte. Circa 500-450 BC. Dog crouching to left, tail raised; tunny fish left below / Quadripartite incuse square

RÖMER RÖMISCHE REPUBLIK RÖMISCHE REPUBLIK NACH 211 V. CHR L. Caesius, 112 oder 111 v. Chr. Denar (3,74g). Mzst. Rom. Vs.: Büste des Apollon mit Blitzbündel und n.l. gewandtem Kopf, dahinter Monogramm. Rs.: A - Kontrollmarke / L CAESI (teilweise in Ligatur), Lares Praestites frontal sitzend mit Hund zwischen ihnen und Stock in der Hand, dazwischen oben Büste des Vulkan

RÖMER RÖMISCHE REPUBLIK RÖMISCHE REPUBLIK NACH 211 V. CHR L. Caesius, 112 oder 111 v. Chr. Denar (3,74g). Mzst. Rom. Vs.: Büste des Apollon mit Blitzbündel und n.l. gewandtem Kopf, dahinter Monogramm. Rs.: A - Kontrollmarke / L CAESI (teilweise in Ligatur), Lares Praestites frontal sitzend mit Hund zwischen ihnen und Stock in der Hand, dazwischen oben Büste des Vulkan

ucania, Metapontion, Stater, c. 340-330 BC; AR (g 7,63; mm 20; h 2); [ΛEYK]IΠΠΟΣ, head of Leucippus r., wearing Corinthian helmet; on l., seated dog. Rev. [META], barley ear; upon leaf r., bird with open wings; below, AMI. HNItaly 1576. Lightly toned, minor porosity, good very fine - about extremely fine.

ucania, Metapontion, Stater, c. 340-330 BC; AR (g 7,63; mm 20; h 2); [ΛEYK]IΠΠΟΣ, head of Leucippus r., wearing Corinthian helmet; on l., seated dog. Rev. [META], barley ear; upon leaf r., bird with open wings; below, AMI. HNItaly 1576. Lightly toned, minor porosity, good very fine - about extremely fine.

Picenum, Hatria Æ As. Circa 275-225 BC. Head of Selinus facing; in right field, H / Sleeping dog curled right; below, [H]-AT. HN Italy 11; ICC 236; cf. Haeberlin pp. 203-6, 1-67 and pl. 74, 7. 401.80g, 66mm, 12h.  Very Fine, unusually good for this issue.

Picenum, Hatria Æ As. Circa 275-225 BC. Head of Selinus facing; in right field, H / Sleeping dog curled right; below, [H]-AT. HN Italy 11; ICC 236; cf. Haeberlin pp. 203-6, 1-67 and pl. 74, 7. 401.80g, 66mm, 12h. Very Fine, unusually good for this issue.

Valerian I Ӕ28 of Tyre, Phoenicia. AD 253-260. [IMP C PLIC VA]LERIANVS AVG, laureate and cuirassed bust right, wearing paludamentum / [COLTVRO?] META, olive-tree between the Amrosial Rocks, dog right in exergue, finding murex-shell

Valerian I Ӕ28 of Tyre, Phoenicia. AD 253-260. [IMP C PLIC VA]LERIANVS AVG, laureate and cuirassed bust right, wearing paludamentum / [COLTVRO?] META, olive-tree between the Amrosial Rocks, dog right in exergue, finding murex-shell

ARGOLIS. Argos. Trihemiobol (Circa 370-350 BC). Obv: Head of Hera right, wearing ornamented stephane. Rev: Dog or wolf advancing left.

ARGOLIS. Argos. Trihemiobol (Circa 370-350 BC). Obv: Head of Hera right, wearing ornamented stephane. Rev: Dog or wolf advancing left.

C. Antestius AR Denarius. Rome, 146 BC. Helmeted head of Roma right; C ANESTI behind; X below chin / The Dioscuri riding right; dog with both fore-feet raised below; ROMA in exergue.

C. Antestius AR Denarius. Rome, 146 BC. Helmeted head of Roma right; C ANESTI behind; X below chin / The Dioscuri riding right; dog with both fore-feet raised below; ROMA in exergue.

GRIECHEN SIZILIEN SEGESTA Didrachme (8,40g). ca. 44035 - 420/5 v. Chr. Vs.: Flussgott Krimisos als Hund n. l. Rs.: Kopf der Nymphe Segesta mit Sphendone n. r. Hurter, Segesta 113 (stgl.).

GRIECHEN SIZILIEN SEGESTA Didrachme (8,40g). ca. 44035 - 420/5 v. Chr. Vs.: Flussgott Krimisos als Hund n. l. Rs.: Kopf der Nymphe Segesta mit Sphendone n. r. Hurter, Segesta 113 (stgl.).

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