Wildwinds

Browsing Roman Republic Coins of the family Pompeia

[Pompeia 1]<br><b>The Gens Pompeia: Sextus Pompeius, Q Pompeius Rufus, Pompey the Great and his sons.</b>
[Pompeia 1]
The Gens Pompeia: Sextus Pompeius, Q Pompeius Rufus, Pompey the Great and his sons.

Click here for the Pompeia page with thumbnail images.

Pompeia 1
sear5 #112
Sextus Pompeius Denarius. 137 BC. Head of Roma, X below chin, jug behind / SEX POMP FOSTLVS, wolf stading right, head turned, suckling the twins Romulus and Remus, shepherd to left, birds on fig tree behind, ROMA in ex. Syd 461, C235/1a. (17 examples)
Pompeia 1aSextus Pompeius Fostlus. 137 BC. Denarius. Helmeted head of Roma; jug behind, X before / SEX.POM.FOSTLVS, wolf and twins with shepherd and tree; ROMA in exergue. Crawford 235/1c, Syd 461a. TextObvRev
TextImage
TextImage
Pompeia 1bSextus Pompeius Fostlus AR Denarius. 137 BC. Rome mint. Helmeted head of Roma right; jug behind, X (mark of value) below chin / SEX PMO FOSTLVS, she-wolf standing right, head left, suckling twins (Romulus & Remus), shepherd behind, birds on fig tree behind; ROMA in exergue. Cr235/1b; Syd 461 var. TextImage
Pompeia 4 & 5... are also listed under Sulla in the Imperators section
Pompeia 4
sear5 #399
Q Pompeius Rufus Denarius. 54 BC. SVLLA COS, bare head of Sulla right / RVFVS COS Q POM RVFI, bare head of Quintus Pompeius Rufus right. Syd 908, Cr434/1. (5 examples)
Pompeia 5
sear5 #400
Q Pompeius Rufus AR Denarius. 54 BC. Rome mint. Q POMPEI Q F RVFVS above, curule chair flanked by arrow & laurel-branch; COS on raised tablet below / SVLLA COS above, curule chair flanked by lituus & a wreath; Q POMPEI RVF on raised tablet below. Cr434/2, Syd 909. (4 examples)
Pompeia 7 & 8... are also listed under Pompey the Great in the Imperators section
Pompeia 7
sear5 #1374
Cnaeus Pompey Magnus (Pompey the Great) and Varro AR Denarius. 49 BC. VARRO PRO Q, terminal bust of Jupiter, wearing a diadem, right / Dolphin, scepter & eagle; MAGN PRO/COS in ex. Cr447/1a, Syd 1033, RSC 3, Pompeia 7. (3 examples)
Pompeia 8
sear5 #1373
Pompey the Great Denarius. CN PISO behind the bearded head of Numa Pompilius right wearing a diadem inscribed NVMA / MAGN PRO COS above and below galley. Pompeia 8, RSC 4, Calpurnia 30, Syd 1032, Cr446/1. (One example)
Pompeia 9, 11, & 15 ... are also listed under Cnaeus Pompey Junior in the Imperators section
Pompeia 9
sear5 #1385
Cn. Pompey Junior, son of Pompey the Great. Circa 46-45 BC. AR Denarius (3.59 gm). Helmeted head of Roma right; dotted border / Hispania standing right, holding shield and two spears, presenting palm to Cn. Pompey who is standing left on prow. RSC 1a (Pompey the Great), Cr469/1e. (One example)
Pompeia 11
sear5 #1385
Cn. Pompey Junior, son of Pompey the Great. Circa 46-45 BC. AR Denarius (3.59 gm). Helmeted head of Roma right; dotted border / Hispania standing right, holding shield and two spears, presenting palm to Cn. Pompey who is standing left on prow. RSC 1a (Pompey the Great), Cr469/1e. (One example)
Pompeia 14, 18, & 21 through 29... are also listed under Sextus Pompey in the Imperators section
Pompeia 15
sear5 #1386
Cnaeus Pompey Junior AE As. Spanish or Sicilian mint, 46-45 BC. Laureate head of Janus, I above / prow of galley right, CN MAG (MA in monogram) above, IMP below, I before. RPC 486, Syd 471/1. (7 examples)
Pompeia 18Sextus Pompey AR Denarius. SEX MAGN IMP SAL, bare head of Pompey the Great right / Pietas standing left, holding palm-branch & transverse scepter. Cr477/1b; Syd 232a. TextImage
Pompeia 19Sextus Pompey with Eppius, legate. Circa 45-44 BC. Æ As. Spanish mint. Laureate head of Janus, altar between / Prow right. Cr478/1; Sear, CRI 234; Syd 1045. TextImage
Pompeia 20
sear5 #1394
Sextus Pompey Æ As. Sicilian Mint, 43-36 BC. MAGN above laureate janiform head with features of Pompey the Great / PIVS above, IMP below, prow of galley right. RPC 671, Pompeia 20, Cr479/1, Syd 1044a. (14 examples)
Pompeia 21Sextus Pompey AR Denarius. 42 BC. MAG PIVS IMP ITER, head of Neptune right, trident over shoulder / PRAEF CLAS ET ORAE MARIT EX S C, trophy with trident above and anchor below; prow-stem on left and aplustre on right, heads of sea monsters Scylla and Charybdis below. Pompeia 21; Cr511/2b; Syd 1347.TextImage
Pompeia 22
sear5 #1393
Sextus Pompey Denarius. 38-37 BC. MAG PIVS IMP ITER, galley adorned with aquila, sceptre & trident before Pharos of Messana decorated with a statue of Neptune / PRÆF CLAS ET ORÆ MARIT EX SC, the monster Scylla, her torso of dogs and fishes, wielding a rudder as a club. Pompeia 22, Cr511/4a, Syd 1348. (3 examples)
Pompeia 27
sear5 #1392
Sextus Pompey Denarius. Sicily, 40 BC. MAG PIVS IMP ITER, bare head of Pompey the Great right between lituus and capis / Neptune left, foot on prow, between brothers Anapias and Amphinomus, parents on their shoulders, PR’F above, in ex CLAS ET OR’ / MARIT EX SC. Pompeia 27, Cr511/3a, Syd 1344. (16 examples)
Pompeia 28
sear5 #1390
Sextus Pompey Denarius. 44-43 BC. NEPTVNI, head of Pompey the Great right / Galley with sail and rowers; Q NASIDIVS. Pompeia 28, Crawford 483/2; Sydenham 1350. (3 examples)
See AlsoSearch the Virtual Catalog of Roman Coins for Pompeia
Search for Pompeia at AncientImports.com

Coins Main PageBrowse by Sear NumberBrowse Republic CoinageBrowse Imperatorial CoinageBrowse Imperial CoinageSearch All Entries