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8-184TMP1coinNerva–Antonine Dynasty (96–192 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-1228coin: aes rude7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersArthur L. FrothinghamPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-1229coin: Æ7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersArthur L. FrothinghamPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-1230coin: ÆLate Roman Republic (242-49 BC)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersArthur L. FrothinghamPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-2001coin: aes rudeEtruscan7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-2021coin: aes grave: quadransClassical Rome7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-2022coin: Æ asClassical Rome7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-2025.1coin: ÆSeveran Dynasty (193–235 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-2025.2coinSeveran Dynasty (193–235 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-2040coin: sextans7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-2143coin: aes rudeEtruscan7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-2199coin: Æ antoninianus7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-2200coin: Æ 3 or Æ 4Constantinian Dynasty (313–363 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-2221coin: aes rudeEtruscan7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-2222coin: aes rudeEtruscan7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-2223coin: aes rudeEtruscan7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-2259coin: aes rudeEtruscan7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-3090.1coin7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-3809coin: tournois7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-3960coin: stater (reproduction)Greek Archaic Period (700–480 BC)Alfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-3961coin: aes rude7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-3964coin: aes grave: triensClassical Rome7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-3965coin: aes grave: unciaClassical Rome7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-3966coin: aes grave: unciaClassical Rome7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-3967coin: aes grave: unciaClassical Rome7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-3968coin: Æ asRoman Empire (27 BC–395 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-3969coin: aes grave: asClassical Rome7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-3970coin: Æ asClassical Rome7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-3971coin: Æ asClassical Rome7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-3972coin: semisClassical Rome7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-3973coin: semisClassical Rome7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-3975coin: quadransClassical Rome7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-3976coin: sextansClassical Rome7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-3977coin: triensClassical Rome7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-3979coin: AR denariusLate Roman Republic (242-49 BC)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-3980coin: AR (barbarous imitation) 7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-3981coin: AR denariusFlavian Dynasty (69–96 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
8-3982coin: Æ
  • Nerva–Antonine Dynasty (96–192 AD)
  • Roman Empire (27 BC–395 AD)
  • 7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-3983coin: Æ sestertiusFlavian Dynasty (69–96 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-3984coin: Æ sestertiusClassical Rome7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-3985coin: ÆRoman Empire (27 BC–395 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-3986coin: ÆJulio-Claudian Dynasty (27 BC–68 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-3987coin: ÆJulio-Claudian Dynasty (27 BC–68 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-3988coin: ÆJulio-Claudian Dynasty (27 BC–68 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-3989coin: Æ
  • Julio-Claudian Dynasty (27 BC–68 AD)
  • Roman Empire (27 BC–395 AD)
  • 7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-3990coin7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-3991coinNerva–Antonine Dynasty (96–192 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-3992coin: Æ
  • Flavian Dynasty (69–96 AD)
  • Roman Empire (27 BC–395 AD)
  • 7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-3993coin: Æ7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-3994coin: ÆJulio-Claudian Dynasty (27 BC–68 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-3995coin: Æ
  • Classical Rome
  • Nerva–Antonine Dynasty (96–192 AD)
  • 7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-3996coin: Æ quadransJulio-Claudian Dynasty (27 BC–68 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-3997coin: ÆJulio-Claudian Dynasty (27 BC–68 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-3998coin: ÆGreek Classical Period (480–323 BC)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-3999coin: ÆGreek Classical Period (480–323 BC)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4000coin7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4001coin: Æ sestertiusYear of the Four Emperors (68–69 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4002coin: ÆYear of the Four Emperors (68–69 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4003coin: Æ sestertiusYear of the Four Emperors (68–69 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4004coin: ÆYear of the Four Emperors (68–69 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4005coin: Æ
  • Classical Rome
  • Julio-Claudian Dynasty (27 BC–68 AD)
  • 7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4006coin: Æ asYear of the Four Emperors (68–69 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4007coin: Æ sestertiusNerva–Antonine Dynasty (96–192 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4008coin: ÆNerva–Antonine Dynasty (96–192 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4009coin: Æ sestertiusNerva–Antonine Dynasty (96–192 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4010coin: ÆClassical Rome7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4011coin: Æ antoninianusNerva–Antonine Dynasty (96–192 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4012coin: Æ antoninianusNerva–Antonine Dynasty (96–192 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4013coin: Æ
  • Nerva–Antonine Dynasty (96–192 AD)
  • Roman Empire (27 BC–395 AD)
  • 7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4014coin: Æ
  • Nerva–Antonine Dynasty (96–192 AD)
  • Roman Empire (27 BC–395 AD)
  • 7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4015coin: sestertiusNerva–Antonine Dynasty (96–192 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4016coin: sestertiusNerva–Antonine Dynasty (96–192 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4017coin: sestertius
  • Nerva–Antonine Dynasty (96–192 AD)
  • Roman Empire (27 BC–395 AD)
  • 7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4018coin: sestertiusNerva–Antonine Dynasty (96–192 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4019coin: ÆNerva–Antonine Dynasty (96–192 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4020coin: sestertius
  • Classical Rome
  • Nerva–Antonine Dynasty (96–192 AD)
  • 7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4021coin: sestertius
  • Nerva–Antonine Dynasty (96–192 AD)
  • Roman Empire (27 BC–395 AD)
  • 7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4022coin: sestertiusNerva–Antonine Dynasty (96–192 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4023coin: Æ
  • Classical Rome
  • Nerva–Antonine Dynasty (96–192 AD)
  • 7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4024coin
  • Nerva–Antonine Dynasty (96–192 AD)
  • Roman Empire (27 BC–395 AD)
  • 7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4025coin: Æ antoninianusNerva–Antonine Dynasty (96–192 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4026coin: Æ sestertiusNerva–Antonine Dynasty (96–192 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4027coinRoman Empire (27 BC–395 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4028coinRoman Empire (27 BC–395 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4029coin: sestertius
  • Classical Rome
  • Nerva–Antonine Dynasty (96–192 AD)
  • 7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4030coin: Æ sestertiusNerva–Antonine Dynasty (96–192 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4031coin: sestertiusNerva–Antonine Dynasty (96–192 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4032coin: sestertiusNerva–Antonine Dynasty (96–192 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4033coinNerva–Antonine Dynasty (96–192 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4034coin: Æ sestertius
  • Classical Rome
  • Nerva–Antonine Dynasty (96–192 AD)
  • 7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4035coin: ÆNerva–Antonine Dynasty (96–192 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4036coin: antoninianus
  • Classical Rome
  • Illyrian Emperors (268–284 AD)
  • 7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4037coin: antoninianus
  • Classical Rome
  • Illyrian Emperors (268–284 AD)
  • 7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4038coin: antoninianus
  • Illyrian Emperors (268–284 AD)
  • Roman Empire (27 BC–395 AD)
  • 7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4039coin: antoninianus
  • Illyrian Emperors (268–284 AD)
  • Roman Empire (27 BC–395 AD)
  • 7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4040coin
  • Illyrian Emperors (268–284 AD)
  • Roman Empire (27 BC–395 AD)
  • 7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4042coin: antoninianus
  • Illyrian Emperors (268–284 AD)
  • Roman Empire (27 BC–395 AD)
  • 7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4043coin: antoninianus
  • Illyrian Emperors (268–284 AD)
  • Roman Empire (27 BC–395 AD)
  • 7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4044coin: billon antoninianusIllyrian Emperors (268–284 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    8-4045coin: billon antoninianusIllyrian Emperors (268–284 AD)7.5 Issued Currency and Associated ContainersAlfred EmersonPhoebe Apperson Hearst
    Object Type Object Name Ethnographic File Code Materials Culture or Time period Collection Place Collection Date Collector
    ValueF
    archaeology3230
    none (Registration)1
    ValueF
    coin: Æ1080
    coin755
    coin: Æ follis401
    coin: AR denarius197
    coin: Æ sestertius98
    coin: AR tetradrachm89
    coin: AR78
    coin: antoninianus47
    coin: Æ antoninianus37
    coin: Æ as27
    coin: billon antoninianus27
    coin: Æ follis 425
    coin: denarius24
    coin: Æ dupondius21
    coin: AR drachm20
    coin: sestertius16
    coin: AR didrachm14
    coin: AR stater14
    coin: Æ quadrans13
    coin: Æ semis10
    coin: Æ billon9
    coin: AR hemidrachm9
    coin: Æ sextans9
    coin: Æ 49
    coin: AR antoninianus8
    coin: Æ 40 nummia8
    coin: aes rude8
    coin: billon7
    coin: tetradrachm7
    coin: AR obol7
    coin: Æ (reproduction)7
    coin: Æ 10 nummia (decanummium)6
    coin: AR quinarius6
    coin: AR diobol6
    coin: Æ denarius6
    coin: Æ uncia5
    coin: AV5
    coin: as5
    coin: semis5
    coin: stater5
    coin: aes5
    coin: AR tetradrachm (barbarous imitation)5
    coin: Æ triens5
    coin: aes grave: uncia4
    coin: AR drachm (barbarous imitation)4
    coin: AR (barbarous imitation)4
    coin: AR tetrobol4
    coin: Æ 34
    coin: AV solidus4
    coin: AR decadrachm3
    coin: Æ 12 nummia (dodecanummium)3
    coin: AR triobol3
    coin: Æ quartuncia2
    coin: AR cistophoros2
    coin: Æ (barbarous imitation)2
    coin: Æ pentonkion2
    coin: triens2
    coin: follis2
    coin: sextans2
    coin: AR octodrachm2
    coin: Æ tetradrachm2
    coin: aes grave: quadrans2
    coin: AR double shekel2
    coin: octobol1
    coin: quadrans1
    coin: 1 cent1
    coin: AR billon stater1
    coin: tournois1
    coin: AR (barbarous imitation) 1
    coin: folles1
    coin: aes grave: triens1
    coin: Æ hemilitron1
    coin: AR ½ shekel (reproduction)1
    coin: drachm (barbarous imitation)1
    coin: AV quinarius1
    coin: AR litra1
    coin: electrum1
    coin: stater (reproduction)1
    coin: billon tetradrachm1
    coin: Æ 3 or Æ 41
    coin: Æ As1
    coin: electrum stater1
    coin: billon bantoninianus1
    coin: Æ drachm1
    coin: AR siglos1
    coin: AR denarius (barbarous imitation)1
    coin: Æ dekonkion1
    coin: quinarius1
    coin: dupondius1
    coin: AR hemiobol1
    coin: Æ billon tetradrachm1
    coin: Æ double1
    coin: lead1
    coin: aes grave: as1
    ValueF
    7.5 Issued Currency and Associated Containers2565
    7.6 Bogus Currency17
    ValueF
    billon49
    bronze (metal)32
    silver (metal)28
    copper alloy13
    silver (metal) (AR)6
    metal3
    electrum2
    gold (metal)2
    bronze (metal) (AE)1
    copper alloy (silvered)1
    silver alloy1
    ValueF
    Classical Rome1209
    Greek Classical Period (480–323 BC)455
    Nerva–Antonine Dynasty (96–192 AD)208
    Julio-Claudian Dynasty (27 BC–68 AD)205
    Constantinian Dynasty (313–363 AD)161
    Illyrian Emperors (268–284 AD)130
    Severan Dynasty (193–235 AD)89
    Late Roman Republic (242-49 BC)87
    Diocletian and the Tetrarchy (285–313 AD)86
    Flavian Dynasty (69–96 AD)74
    Valerian Dynasty (253–261 AD)49
    Roman Empire (27 BC–395 AD)45
    Valentinian Dynasty (364–395 AD)38
    Gordian Dynasty (238–244 AD)35
    Barracks Emperors (235–284 AD)35
    Year of the Four Emperors (68–69 AD)29
    Byzantine19
    Greek Hellenistic Period (323–30 BC)19
    Republic to Empire Transitional Period (49–27 BC)14
    Gallic12
    Gallic Emperors (260–274 AD)11
    Roman Republic6
    Caran Dynasty (282–285 AD)6
    Etruscan6
    Ptolemaic Period (332–31 BC)4
    Theodosian Dynasty (395–455 AD)4
    Greek Archaic Period (700–480 BC)4
    Roman Conquest of Italy (396–242 BC)3
    Late Greek Hellenistic Period (ca. 146–31 BC)3
    Elusates2
    Carnutes2
    Sasanian (ca. 224–641 AD)1
    Thracian1
    Hellenistic Mesopotamia (323–63 BC)1
    Bellovaci1
    Macedonian, ancient [DO NOT USE]1
    San1
    Ostrogoths1
    Volcae Tectosages1
    ValueF
    Rome, Lazio, Central Italy1237
    Antioch on the Orontes (ancient city), ancient Syria279
    Alexandria, Lower Egypt, Egypt70
    Greece, Southern Europe, Europe66
    Syria, Middle East, Asia42
    Egypt, Northern Africa, Africa39
    Nicomedia (ancient city), Bithynia31
    Cyzicus, ancient Mysia, Anatolia31
    Sicily, Italy, Southern Europe26
    Italy, Southern Europe, Europe16
    Basilicata, South Italy, Italy16
    Athens, Attica, Greece15
    Jerusalem, Israel, Middle East15
    Lugdunum, Rhone-Alpes, Rhône-Alpes10
    Parthia (historical region), Northeast Iran9
    Thessaloniki, Greek Macedonia, Greece8
    Ephesus (ancient city), Ionia8
    Campania, South Italy, Italy8
    Republic of Macedonia, Western Balkans, Southern Europe8
    London, England, United Kingdom8
    Córdoba, Andalusia, Spain7
    Mesopotamia7
    Paris, Ile-De-France, Île-de-France7
    Corinth, Peloponnese, Greece7
    Paphos, Paphos District, Cyprus7
    Seleucis and Pieria, ancient Syria7
    Calabria, South Italy, Italy7
    Pergamon (ancient city), Aeolis, Aisa Minor6
    Spain, Western Europe, Europe6
    Sovana, Tuscany, Central Italy5
    Carteia (ancient city), Bay of Gibraltar, Spain5
    Sidon, Syria, Middle East5
    Carthage, Tunisia, Northern Africa5
    Tarsus, Mediterranean region, Turkey4
    Cappadocia4
    Carthago Nova (ancient Cartagena), Hispania Citerior4
    Saturnia, Tuscany, Central Italy4
    Persia, Middle East, Asia4
    Peloponnese, Greece, Southern Europe4
    Rhodes, Dodecanese islands, Aegean Islands3
    Cilicia3
    Pontus (ancient region), Turkey3
    Thrace3
    Orvieto, Umbria, Central Italy3
    Etruria, Central Italy, Italy3
    Thessaly, Greece, Southern Europe3
    Cyprus, Middle East2
    Ravenna, Emilia-Romagna, Northeast Italy2
    Caria, Anatolia, Turkey2
    Acarnania, Central Greece, Greece2
    Northern Italy, Italy, Southern Europe2
    Tarquinia, Lazio, Central Italy2
    Aetolia, Central Greece, Greece2
    Cyclades, Aegean Islands, Greece2
    Tomb P, Saturnia, Tuscany2
    Boeotia, Central Greece, Greece2
    Gela, Sicily, Italy2
    Lesbos, North Aegean, Greece2
    Tarentum, Apulia, Southern Italy2
    Thebes, Upper Egypt, Egypt2
    France, Western Europe, Europe2
    Pisidia2
    Aegina, Attica, Greece2
    Crete, Greece, Southern Europe2
    Mysia2
    Arles, France2
    Amiens, Picardy, Picardie1
    Tomb O, Saturnia, Tuscany1
    Anazarbus (ancient city), Cilicia1
    Soissons, Picardy, Picardie1
    Arsaos1
    Central Italy, Italy, Southern Europe1
    Chios Island, Aegean Islands, Greece1
    Sub Mint A, ancient Rome1
    Eleusis, Attica, Greece1
    Cerveteri, Lazio, Central Italy1
    Tyre, South Governorate, Lebanon1
    Maroneia, Western Thrace, Greece1
    Turkey, Southern Europe, Europe1
    Trachonitis1
    Rouen, Upper Normandy, France1
    Ionian Islands, Greece, Southern Europe1
    Decapolis1
    Pompeii, Campania, South Italy1
    Islands off Elis1
    Tomb I, Sovana, Tuscany1
    Frankfurt, Germany1
    Cyrene, Cyrenaica, Libya1
    Cyrenaica, Libya1
    Ankara, Anatolia, Turkey1
    Hungary, Central Europe, Europe1
    Carthago Nova (ancient Cartagena), Region of Murcia, Spain1
    Apulia, South Italy, Italy1
    Bythinia1
    Salamis, Attica, Greece1
    Cyrrhestica (ancient place), Syria1
    Florence, Tuscany, Central Italy1
    Corinthia, Peloponnese, Greece1
    Damascus, Syria, Middle East1
    Izmir, Aegean region, Turkey1
    Colosseum, Rome, Lazio1
    Laconia, Peloponnese, Greece1
    Tragilos, Serres, Greek Macedonia1
    ValueF
    unknown214
    68-69 A.D.14
    14-37 AD14
    270-275 AD13
    69 A.D.13
    276-282 A.D.13
    270-275 A.D.13
    11/1/194612
    410-310 BC11
    64-66 A.D.10
    undated10
    266-268 AD9
    141 AD9
    222-235 AD9
    18888
    12/26/19747
    41 A.D.7
    240-244 AD7
    12/26/747
    69-70 A.D.6
    244-249 AD6
    218-222 AD5
    97 A.D.5
    119-138 AD5
    80 A.D.5
    pre 3rd century BC4
    72-73 A.D.4
    11/1/464
    238-244 AD4
    42 A.D.4
    103-111 AD4
    268-270 AD4
    211-217 AD4
    161-175 AD4
    80-81 A.D.4
    104-111 AD4
    190 AD4
    148-149 AD4
    31 BC -14 AD4
    71 A.D.4
    236-238 AD4
    251-253 AD4
    75 A.D.4
    before 19463
    after 141 A.D.3
    164 AD3
    68 A.D.3
    98-117 A.D.3
    19053
    156-161 AD3
    128-123 BC3
    87 A.D.3
    37-38 A.D.3
    378-383 A.D.3
    279-168 BC3
    282-210 BC3
    29 BC-14 AD3
    305-283 BC3
    221-204 BC3
    239-244 AD3
    145-161 AD3
    265-270? AD3
    259-267 AD3
    171-172 AD3
    312-286 BC3
    161-162 AD3
    244-247 AD3
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    238 AD3
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    281-261 BC2
    169-170 AD2
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    124-88 BC2
    280-268 BC2
    96 A.D.2
    134-138 AD2
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    101-102 AD2
    180-183 AD2
    222-231 AD2
    85 A.D.2
    48 BC (Sydenham & Crawford)2
    41 BC2
    103-76 BC2
    112-117 AD2
    330-228 BC2
    December 10-12, 19002
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    88 A.D.2
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    245 AD2
    244 AD2
    79 A.D.2
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    183 AD2
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    138-141 AD1
    490 BC1
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    330-323 BC1
    78 BC1
    before 510 BC1
    236 AD1
    6 BC1
    5th century BC1
    not dated1
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    248 AD1
    12-14 AD (?)1
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    89-88 BC1
    165 AD1
    400-323 BC1
    138-7 BC1
    (too worn to date)1
    78 A.D.1
    16-22 AD1
    first century BC/ AD1
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    161-176 AD1
    153-154 AD1
    272-276 A.D.1
    196-206 AD1
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    176-177 AD1
    7/8/19471
    379/394 A.D.1
    307-309 A.D.1
    82 A.D.1
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    130 AD1
    324 A.D.1
    96-95 BC1
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    19081
    19041
    19021
    19011
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    186 AD1
    350-250 BC1
    241-228 BC1
    39-45 A.D.1
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    213-214 AD1
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    155 BC1
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    210 AD1
    254 AD1
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    221 AD1
    179 AD1
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    295-305 A.D.1
    64-86 A.D.1
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    206 AD1
    257 AD1
    November 1, 19461
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    232 AD1
    116-95 BC1
    168-9 AD1
    193-195 AD1
    137 BC1
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    255-256 AD1
    39 BC1
    235-238 AD1
    247-249 AD1
    219-220 AD1
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    140-143/144 AD1
    161-180 AD1
    138-161 AD1
    314 A.D.1
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    fourth century BC1
    225 BC1
    22-23 AD1
    ca. 19001
    425-400 BC1
    196-146 BC1
    36-37 A.D.1
    23 BC1
    125-121 BC1
    413-345 BC1
    240-243 AD1
    June 23, 19051
    187 BC1
    323-281 BC1
    139-161?1
    200-202 AD1
    119 AD1
    41-45 A.D.1
    241-197 BC1
    225 AD1
    275-146 BC1
    140-143 AD1
    2111-217 AD1
    335-337 A.D.1
    late 2nd or 1st century BC1
    248-249 AD1
    4 BC1
    23-40 AD1
    151 BC1
    400-300 BC1
    261-246 BC1
    138-129 BC1
    229-100 BC1
    78-79 A.D.1
    144-149 AD1
    Anno XIIII ?1
    39 A.D.1
    270? A.D.1
    241-243 AD1
    886-9121
    351-353 A.D.1
    318-319 A.D.1
    96-97 A.D.1
    205 AD1
    91 BC1
    68-69 A.D. (?)1
    64-68 A.D.1
    after 84 BC1
    98 A.D.; date from III CO S1
    77-70 BC1
    381-370 BC1
    6/23/19051
    287-288 A.D.1
    275-212 BC1
    149-150 AD1
    262-263 AD1
    269-89 BC1
    3rd century BC1
    139 AD1
    270 AD1
    125-128 AD1
    550-470 BC1
    179-180 AD1
    500-450 BC1
    204-148 BC1
    124 BC1
    168-170 AD1
    141 A.D.1
    246-221 BC1
    338-269 BC1
    222-187 BC1
    283-246 BC1
    191-146 BC1
    170-138 BC1
    223-208 BC1
    335-361 A.D.1
    227 AD1
    276-282 BC1
    400 BC and later1
    40-71 A.D.1
    265-266 AD1
    190-206 AD1
    181 AD1
    249-251 AD1
    302-281 BC (?)1
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    510 BC; 453-448 BC1
    339-318 BC1
    155-156 AD1
    258 AD1
    1st cent. AD1
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    255-268 AD1
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    267 AD1
    180 AD1
    161 AD1
    236-7 AD1
    138 AD1
    117-138 AD1
    40-41 A.D.1
    228 AD1
    150-145 BC1
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    200-89 BC1
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    239 AD1
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    2nd century BC1
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    77-78 A.D.1
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    137-46 BC1
    34-36 or 36-37 BM1
    18981
    268 BC ???1
    18951
    337 A.D.1
    April, 19331
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    unknown775
    Alfred Emerson767
    Joseph Hanzlik235
    Henry Clay Lindgren95
    Fredrica Lippman Lindgren95
    H. M. Holbrook76
    Benjamin Ide Wheeler72
    Lapeysonie64
    John L. Balderston44
    Darrell Arlynn Amyx25
    Eleanor W. Amyx25
    Raymond Serrure19
    George Leitmann14
    Martin A. Meyer11
    May Benton MacLafferty11
    Phoebe Apperson Hearst10
    Rev. F. F. Goodsell8
    Eugene Hambar8
    Mrs. Arthur E. Gordon5
    Arthur Ernest Gordon5
    Arthur L. Frothingham3
    Various Field Classes1
    Harold Heath1
    A. A. Wheeler1
    Newton H. Neustadter Jr.1
    Roy Overstreet1
    Joseph A. Jadin1

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