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Attribution(s)ObverseReverseImage
Provincial: Metropolis in Ionia
SNG von Aulock 2076var (rev. legend)
Æ28
CAΛΩN XPV COPNH CEEΠ CT OVA NEIKIA MHTPO / ΠO[ΛEI]TΩ / N
Diademed draped bust rightHero left, leaning on spear and Boule right, holding scepter, facing and joining hands.
SNG Copenhagen 939,
Lindgren & Kovacs 510
Æ28
CAΛΩN XPV COP_NH CEBMETPOΛEITΩN EN IΩNIA
Diademed draped bust right on crescentHero left, leaning on spear and Boule right, holding scepter, facing and joining hands.
unknown
Æ28
CAΛΩN XPV COPNH CEBAEΠ CT OVA NEIKIA MHTPOΠOΛEITΩN
Diademed draped bust right on crescentCybele seated on throne left, drum under left elbow.


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Imperial attributions are based on Göbl Moneta Imperii Romani 36, 43, 44 Die Münzprägung der Kaiser Valerianus I, / Gallienus / Saloninus, Regalianus und Macrianus / Quietus.
Alexandrian attributions are based on Emmett Alexandrian Coins and Milne Catalogue of Alexandrian Coins.
Other provincial attributions from:
SNG Copenhagen,
SNG von Aulock,
SNG France 2 Cilicie,
SNG France 3 Pamphylie / Pisidie / Lycaonie / Galatie,
SNG France 5 Mysie,
Catalog of Greek Coins in the British Museum Collection,
David R. Sear Greek Imperial Coins and their Values,
Lindgren & Kovacs Ancient Bronze Coins of Asia Minor and the Levant from the Lindgren Collection,
Lindgren Ancient Greek Bronze Coins: European Mints from the Lindgren Collection,
Lindgren Lindgren III Ancient Greek Bronze Coins from the Lindgren Collection,
Ivan Varbanov Greek Imperial Coins (2002, in Bulgarian),
Ivan Varbanov Greek Imperial Coins (2005, in English),
W.H. Waddington, E. Babelon, Th. Reinach Recueil Général des Monnaies Grecques d'Asia Mineure,
Alfred R. Bellinger Troy the Coins,
David MacDonald The Coinage of Aphrodisias,
David MacDonald An Introduction to the History and Coinage of the Kingdom of the Bosporus,
David Yonge The So-Called Interregnum Coinage, 1979 Numismatic Chronicle,
the Moushmov translation at Wildwinds,
Ed Snible's Digital Historia Numorum,
or cribbed from the seller's info.

Information on the legions is from Graham Webster The Roman Imperial Army of the First and Second Centuries A.D.