Catalogue of the Greek Coins of Lycia, Pamphylia, and Pisidia, Volume 19

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The Trustees, 1897 - Coins, Greek - 353 pages
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Page iv - ... coins is given in English grains. Tables for converting grains into grammes and inches into millimetres, as well as into the measures of Mionnet's scale, are placed at the end of the volume.
Page 348 - TABLE OF THE RELATIVE WEIGHTS OF ENGLISH GRAINS AND FRENCH GRAMMES Grains. Grammes. Grains. Grammes. Grains. Grammes. Grains. Grammes. 1...
Page 348 - Grains Grammes. Grains Grammes. Grains. Grammes. 161 10-432 201 13-024 241 15-616 290 18-79 162 10-497 202 13-089 242 15-680 300 19-44 163 10-562 203 13-154 243 15-745 310 20-08 164 10-626 204 13-219 244 15810 320 20-73 165 10-691 205 13-284 245 15-875 330 2138 166 10-756 206 13-348...
Page lii - Lycia p. 71 describes the goddess as 'simulacrum of Artemis Eleuthera, wearing modius and veil' (cp. Artemid. oneirocr. 2. 35 T) \<-yo/dt>ri irapA Auicfois 'EXei/Wpa), but ib. p. liv admits that there may be ' a contamination of the cult of Eleuthera with the legend of Myrrha or of Myrike
Page xcvii - Panemoteichos, and vice versa ; the same situation suits all that we know of both places. The probability is, therefore, that they are either two names for one city, or two neighbouring places.
Page 117 - Jonic temple; in pediment, eagle, wings displayed; within, simulacrum of Pergaean Artemis: a stone with horizontal bands of decoration, upper part in shape of female head wearing long veil and kalathos".
Page xxvii - BC), and includes mainly (1) the remaining coins with the triskeles, with the exception of those which have the lion's scalp for the obverse type ; and (2) a series with heads of deities and dynasts.
Page 162 - Men standing to г.; wears Phrygian cap, crescent behind shoulders, chiton, and himation ; r. rests on sceptre, in 1., pine-cone ; 1. foot on bucraniom.
Page 111 - Roma, wearing helmet, chiton, and himation, seated 1. on seat with back ; in her r. she holds a pair of statuettes on a prow (?) ; with 1. she leans on spear, at foot of which is her shield ; in field 1., murex-shell ; inscr.
Page 130 - Uncertain ligure standing to 1. between two military standards, his r. hand raised, his 1. holding sceptre or lance transversely.

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