Ancient Coinage of Arkadia, Kaphyae


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CIVIC AND SEMI-AUTONOMOUS COINAGE
BCD 1378Kaphyai, Arkadia, ca 470 BC. AR hemiobol, 0.43 g. Two bunches of grapes on stem / KA retrograde surrounded by three sides of a square of dots, all within incuse square. BCD Pelop. 1378 (this coin); Hoover HGC 845.TextImage
BCD 1379Kaphyae, Arkadia, 280-240 BC, AE17 dichalkon, 2.54 g, 16.5 mm. Head of Demeter right, wreathed with corn / KAΦY, Demeter or Persephone standing right, holding poppy and grain ears. BCD 1379 (this coin); Magritis Ined. 77 in RN 1874; Pausanias 3a; Hoover HGC 847.TextImage
BMC 1Kaphyae, Arkadia, AE14 Chalkous, 280-240 BC. 3.05 g. Helmeted head of Athena right / KAΦ within wreath. BMC 1; BCD 1380 (this coin); Hoover HGC 848 (this coin).TextImage
CARACALLA
BCD 1390Caracalla AE22 of Kaphyae, Arkadia. AD 198-211. 6.49 g. M AΡ AYΡ ANTΩNINOC, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / KAΦYIATΩN, Tyche standing left by altar, holding patera and cornucopiae. BCD Peloponnesos 1390 (same dies); Pausanias 3f.TextImage
Mionnet Supp IV, 31 varCaracalla AE22 of Kaphyae, Arkadia. AD 198-211. 5.88g. M AΡ AYΡ ANTΩNINOC, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / KAΦYIATΩN, Artemis, with veil billowing, running left, looking right, holding two torches (or torch and bow?). Mionnet Supp. IV, 31 var (obv. legend); BCD Pelop. 1385 var (this reverse for Sept. Severus); Pausanias 2 var (ditto).TextImage