Ancient Coinage of Byzacene, Hadrumetum

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Mueller 78Hadrumetum, Byzacene. AE17, 2nd-1st c. BC, 2.75 g. Head of Baal-Ammon right, wearing tiara / No legend, lion walking right, front left paw raised. Müller Afrique 78; SNG Cop 68-69.TextImage
RPC 773Time of Augustus, AE23 of Hadrumentum, Byzacene. 6.25 g. Struck 12-8 BC. Draped bust of Neptune/Poseidon right, trident before head / Veiled and draped bust of Astarte left, wearing stephane, (sceptre behind head). RPC 773; Mueller Afrique 81; SNG Cop 58; Hunter 3.TextImage
RPC 774Time of Augustus, AE17 of Hadrumetum, Byzacene. 6.25 g. Struck 12-8 BC. Head of Neptune/Poseidon right, trident behind head / Radiate head of Sol left. RPC I 774; SNG Cop. 59.TextImage
RPC 776Time of Augustus, AE29 of Hadrumetum, Byzacene. 27 BC-AD 14. Proconsul P. Quinctilius Varus. 13.08 g. Struck 8-7 BC. HADRVME, Radiate and draped bust of Sol left; trident behind head / P QVINTLI VARVS, bare head of Varus right, countermarked QYR ("Achulla") in neo-Punic (Howgego 697). RPC 776; Mueller Afrique 87.TextImage
RPC 778Time of Augustus, AE29 Dupondius of Hadrumentum, Byzacene. Proconsul L. Volusius Saturninus. 14.36 g. Struck 7-6 BC. HADRVME, Radiate and draped bust of Sol right; trident behind head / L VOLVSIVS SATVR, bare head of Saturnius left. RPC 778; Mueller Afrique 88; SNG Cop 63.TextImage
RPC 780Time of Augustus, AE27 of Hadrumetum, Byzacene. Proconsul Fabius Africanus. 12.01 g. Struck 6-5 BC. AFRIC FABIVS MAX COS PROCOS VII EPVL, bare head of Fabius Africanus right / HADRVM, draped bust of Baal right, wearing tiara, raising right hand, and holding two grain ears in left. RPC I 780; Müller, Afrique 29; SNG Cop. 64-65.TextImage
RPC 781Hadrumetum, Byzacene, AE24. Time of Augustus. Fabius Africanus, Proconsul 6-5 BC. Bare head of Fabius Africanus right / Elephant walking left, crushing serpent. RPC I 781; Paris 115-116; SNG Cop 66. TextImage
RPC 782Hadrumetum, Byzacene. AE Semis. Duoviri C. Fabius Catulus and D. Sextilius Cornutus. Ca. AD 10. C FABIVS CATVLVS IIVIR, head of Neptune right, trident behind head / D SEXTILIVS CORNVTVS IIVIR, radiate bust of Sol facing. RPC 782; Mueller Afrique 84; SNG Cop 61.TextImage
RPC 783Hadrumetum, Byzacene, AE18. Time of Augustus. 3.91 g. L FLAMIN [CAPIT] Head of Neptune right, trident behind head / L ELIEV PERT Head of Sol right. RPC 783; Paris 122; SNG Cop 60. TextImage
AUGUSTUS
RPC 771Augustus, AE35 Sestertius of Hadrumetum, Byzacene. 29.50 g. Struck 12-8 BC. HADR AVGVSTVS, bare head of Augustus right, apex behind head / CAESAR, bare head of Julius Caesar left, six-rayed star behind head, lituus before. RPC I 771; Müller Afrique 30; Paris 107.TextImage
RPC 772Augustus, AE30 of Hadrumetum, Byzacene. 11.93 g, Struck 12-8 BC. HADR AVGVSTVS, bare head of Augustus left, apex behind head / CAESAR, bare head of Julius Caesar right, six-rayed star behind head, lituus before. RPC I 772; Müller Afrique 31.TextImage
RPC 775Augustus, AE34 Sestertius of Hadrumetum, Byzacene. 23.77 g. Struck 8-7 BC. HADR AVGVSTVS, bare head of Augustus right / L CAE F C CAE F, bare head of Gaius right, facing bare head of Lucius left. RPC I 775; Paris 109.TextImage
RPC 779Augustus, AE34 Sestertius of Hadrumetum, Byzacene. 27.25 g, Struck 6-5 BC. CAESAR AVGVSTVS, bare head of Augustus right / L CAESAR AVGVSTVS F C CAESAR AVGVST F, bare head of Gaius right, facing bare head of Lucius left. RPC I 779; Paris K3250; Mueller Afrique 90.TextImage
See also: Search for Hadrumetum at CoinArchives.com
Entry for Byzancene, North Africa, on the Digital Historia Numorum
Search for Hadrumentum in the British SNG Volumes' Database at the Fitzwilliam Museum