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[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.

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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. TextImage
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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)
NOTEPompeia 14, 18, 20, 21-29: 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. AE 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 AE As. Sicilian Mint, 43-36 BC. MAGN (or MAG or MAGBVS) above laureate janiform head with features of Pompey the Great / PIVS above, IMP below, prow of galley right decorated with a star and an eye. RPC 671, Pompeia 20, Cr479/1, Syd 1044a. TextImage
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)
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