Ancient Coinage of Syria

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Hendin 874aAulus Gabinus (Proconsul), Marisa mint, Syria. AE17, 4.2g. Helmeted head of Athena (?) right / Serpent entwined in palm branch. ΓA MA in right field. RPC Supp. I, pp 46-47; Rosenberger II, 30 (attr. to Gaza); Hendin 874a.TextImage
For the coins of the Seleucid Kings, see under Seleucia
Antioch
Apameia
Beroea
Caesarea Panias
Chalkis
Cyrrhus
Damascus
Decapolis, Abila
Decapolis, Antiochia Ad Hippum
Decapolis, Canatha
Decapolis, Gadara
Decapolis, Gerash
Decapolis, Philadelphia
Emesa
Gabala
Heliopolis
Hieropolis
Laodikeia Ad Libanum
Laodikeia Ad Mare
Larissa Ad Orontes
Leukas
Nikopolis-Seleucidis
Palmyra
Paltos
Pella
Seleukeia
Simyra
Unknown
The Silver Coinage of Roman Syria Under the Julio-Claudian Emperors, by Kevin Butcher and Matthew Ponting (pdf)