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L’articolo di Jean David C. Boulakia “Lead in the Roman World” in American Journal of Archaeology Vol. 76, No. 2 (Apr., 1972) dà una panoramica dell’uso del piombo nel mondo romano. L’uso monetario era raro perché a Roma le monete di piombo erano proibite, ma vi sono tre note serie di antiche monete di piombo riportate in questo trafiletto

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A ciò si aggiunge l’uso del metallo per le Tesserae plumbeae e le Tabellae defixionum.

Ho aperto questa discussione per presentare alcune emissioni provinciali in piombo comparse nelle aste o descritte in rete, con l’auspicio di altri contributi da parte dei lettori.

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Tessera dell’Asia Minore di attribuzione incerta, che raffigura sul diritto una testa imperiale e sul rovescio una figura togata in piedi, con una lunga croce nella mano sinistra (Leu Numismatik, Web Auction 10).

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Roman Provincial, Lot 893. An early Christian tessera
ASIA MINOR. Uncertain. Tessera (Lead, 23 mm, 15.70 g, 12 h), circa 4th century. Laureate and bearded imperial male head to left. Rev. Φ-Λ Togate figure standing front, head to right, holding long cross in his left hand. Leu Web Auction 5 (2018), 337 corr. (same dies, but misdescribed). A very interesting and unusual piece. Very fine.

This attractive tessera allows for a correction of the description in Leu Web Auction 5, where a die-matching piece in worse condition was misdescribed as being anepigraphic and late Hellenistic. However, the present example clearly shows some additional features, most notably that the obverse head is laureate and hence imperial, and that the reverse figure is holding a long cross and thus early Christian. Last but not least, the tessera also bears a reverse legend of Φ-Λ - perhaps a Greek date of 530, but more likely an abbreviation of an uncertain name.

Starting price: 50 CHF - Result: 100 CHF

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Personalmente non ho mai avuto a che fare con emissioni solo in piombo.

Ho invece moltissimi esemplari di monete provinciali in Leaded bronze, ossia in lega di rame e stagno contenente una parte di piombo.

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37 minuti fa, FlaviusDomitianus dice:

Personalmente non ho mai avuto a che fare con emissioni solo in piombo.

Ho invece moltissimi esemplari di monete provinciali in Leaded bronze, ossia in lega di rame e stagno contenente una parte di piombo.

In effetti il piombo era usato come componente di leghe, bronzo in particolare, dove spesso costituiva l'1-20 percento del metallo.

Un altro uso era per debasare le monete d'oro e d'argento.

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Tessera incerta uniface con la raffigurazione frontale della testa di Zeus Ammone barbuto e adorno di corna (Leu Numismatik 4).

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Roman Provincial, Lot 540. A beautiful facing head of Zeus Ammon
UNCERTAIN. Tessera (Lead, 19 mm, 4.38 g), circa 1st-2nd centuries. Bearded and horned facing head of Zeus Ammon. Rev. Blank. A beautiful Roman tessera with a lovely head of Zeus Ammon of really fine style. Good very fine.

Starting price: 250 CHF - Result: 460 CHF

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Tessera di Apamea (Seleucis e Pieria, Siria) con testa nuda al diritto ed elefante che cammina a destra sul rovescio (Leu Numismatik Web Auction 12).

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Roman Provincial
SYRIA, Seleucis and Pieria. Apamea. Tessera (Lead, 22 mm, 6.40 g, 12 h), CY 24 = 43/2 BC. Bare imperatorial head to right. Rev. [AΠAM]EΩN / [THΣ] IE[P]AΣ - [K]AI AΣYΛ[OY] Elephant walking right; in field to right, ΔΚ.

A very unusual piece of great historical interest. Some corrosion, otherwise, good fine.
 

The date 24 on the reverse of this interesting tessera is likely to the Pompeian Era, which dates it to 43/2 BC, a year which saw the expulsion of Quintus Caecilius Bassus from Apameia by Gaius Cassius Longinus and a major change in the coinage of the city, away from the old autonomous types of Zeus/elephant towards the Athena/Nike issues. Unlike the civic reverse, the head on the obverse of this tessera looks decidedly imperatorial and may represent either Bassus, or more likely, Longinus, one of the two leading assassins of Julius Caesar.

Starting price: 50 CHF - Result: 550 CHF

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Tessera di Antinoo (Antinopolis, Egitto) che raffigura il Nilo a cavallo dell’ippopotamo sul diritto e sul rovescio i busti (Leu 4).

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Roman Provincial. Lot 534. A very rare tessera of Antinoüs, arguably the finest known.
EGYPT. Antinoöpolis. Antinoüs, died 130. Tessera (Lead, 20 mm, 4.69 g, 12 h), 2nd to 3rd centuries. Nilus riding hippopotamus to left, holding grain ears in his right hand and cornucopiae in his left. Rev. L - B Confronted busts of Antinoüs, draped and wearing hem-hem crown, and Isis, draped and wearing headdress.

J.G. Milne: Lead Tokens from Memphis, in: Ancient Egypt (1915), p. 115 = Rostovtsev & Prou 665-6. Very rare. Sharply struck on a full flan and in exceptional condition for the issue, arguably the finest known. Extremely fine.

Starting price: 750 CHF - Result: 1.900 CHF

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Tessera di Antinoo (Antinopolis, Egitto) busto di Zeus Ammone/testa di Antinoo (Leu, Web Auction 10).

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Roman Provincial. Lot 991. An extremely rare tessera from Antinoöpolis.
EGYPT. Antinoöpolis. Antinoüs, died 130. Tessera (Lead, 22 mm, 4.30 g, 2 h), 2nd to 3rd centuries. [...]ΟΛЄI Bust of Zeus Ammon to right, wearing hem-hem crown and ram's horn over his ear. Rev. ЄΠ AΓAΘ[...] Head of Antinoüs to right, wearing hem-hem crown. London Ancient Coins E-Auction 45 (2015), 164. Extremely rare and of great interest. Very fine.
 

Ex Roma E-sale 37, 24 June 2017, 266.

Starting price: 200 CHF - Result: 440 CHF

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DE GREGE EPICURI

Esistono sillogi di queste tessere greche (in piombo o in altri metalli)? Io non ne conosco, mentre ho visto sillogi di tessere romane, però molto approssimative e incomplete (di Rostovzev e di Overbeck).

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3 ore fa, gpittini dice:

DE GREGE EPICURI

Esistono sillogi di queste tessere greche (in piombo o in altri metalli)? Io non ne conosco, mentre ho visto sillogi di tessere romane, però molto approssimative e incomplete (di Rostovzev e di Overbeck).

Non so di raccolte antologiche di tessere greche, mentre delle romane conosco il contributo alla storia sociale ed economica del periodo imperiale romano TESSERE ROMANE IN PIOMBO di Michael Rostowzew, di cui si può prendere visione in https://www.complianceturin.it/mostre/romischebleitesserae/

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Tessera di Antonino Pio (?) tipo busto di Antinoo/busto di Serapis-Helios (CNG Electronic Auction 485).

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Roman Provincial: Est. $100. SOLD $250
EGYPT, Antinoöpolis. Circa 2nd-3rd centuries AD. PB Tessera (21.5mm, 4.07 g, 6h). Dated RY 8 of Antoninus Pius(?) (AD 144/145). Draped bust of Antinoüs right, wearing Hem-Hem crown; L H (date) across field / Draped bust of Serapis-Helios right; L H (date) across field. Wilding 8c (this example); Köln 3579; Dattari (Savio) 6445. Gray-brown patina with light earthen deposits. Fine.

Ex Roma E-Sale 41 (2 December 2017), lot 475.

Denise Wilding provides the first comprehensive examination of the lead tokens of Antinoüs, cataloging a number of otherwise unpublished types. Noting that they appear most often with the years 2, 4, 6, and 8, she suggests that the pieces were a continuation of the bronze coinage in the name of Antinoüs issued under Hadrian in years 19 and 21, with the lead pieces bearing regnal dates of Antoninus Pius. The tokens were likely issued in connection with biennial festivities of the cult of Antinoüs. For more information, see: Wilding, Denise. "Tokens of Antinous from the Province of Roman Egypt," in Tokens: Culture, Connections, Communities. Royal Numismatic Society Special Publication 57 (London, 2019).

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Tessera Antinoo/Nike (Pegasi Numismatics 41).

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Roman Provincial Coins
ROMAN EGYPT. Antinous, favourite of Hadrian, d. 130 AD. Lead Tessera (5.14 gm). Busy of Antinous, crescent befiore / Nike advancing. Köln.3582. Datt.6508. aVF, gray patina. Rare. ex PNC collection.

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Tessera di Alessandria d’Egitto con interessante iconografia (Obolos 14).

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Roman Provincial
EGYPT, Alexandria. Circa 2nd-3rd Century AD. Tessera (Lead, 20.5 mm, 2.96 g, 6 h). MEMΦIC (retrograde) Priest standing facing with his face turned to left presenting offerings to the statue of Apis. Rev. Nilus seated to right, holding reed and cornucopia; crowned by Alexandria standing left before him. Dattari-Savio 11614 (this piece). A fascinating tessera with interesting iconography. Extremely fine.
From a Swiss collection, ex Naville 30, 2 April 2017, 372 and from the Dattari Collection.
 

The reverse depiction of Alexandria crowning the Nile reminds us that as Alexandria was built at the mouth of the Nile, in a way the city itself is the crown, the jewel of the Nile. Thus, Alexandria is here crowning Nilus both metaphorically and literally.

Starting price: 300 CHF - Result: 950 CHF

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Tessera di Alessandria d’Egitto Nilo/Eutenia (Obolos 14).

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Roman Provincial
EGYPT, Alexandria. Circa 2nd-3rd Century AD. Tessera (Lead, 28 mm, 12.35 g, 12 h). Nilus reclining to left, holding reed and cornucopia. Rev. Euthenia reclining to left, on a Sphinx. Dattari-Savio 11673 (this tessera). Dattari 6468, pl. XXXVII, 6468 (this piece). Flan fault on obverse. Good very fine.
From a Swiss collection, ex Naville 30, 2 April 2017, 369 and from the Dattari Collection.

Starting price: 200 CHF - Result: 420 CHF

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ABBONDANZA o EUTENIA

αὐθονία ἤ εὐθένεια, divinità allegorica che avrebbe accompagnato nell'esilio Crono, quando Zeus gli tolse il regno e lo bandì dall'Olimpo. Essa non ebbe mai né templi né altari né culto.

Negli antichi monumenti, essa è raffigurata da una giovane ninfa piuttosto pingue, il volto acceso di vivi colori, la testa cinta di una ghirlanda di fiori e di frutta, reggendo nelle braccia uno dei corni della capra Amaltea, ricolmo di vari prodotti della terra.

Gli scrittori antichi, nel rappresentarla, le fanno sparpagliare con la mano sinistra le spighe, e la vestono d'una tunica verde ricamata in oro. Il nome greco di questa divinità è da identificare con quello di Eutenia.

Da https://www.miti3000.eu/component/content/article/12-lettera-a.html

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Tessera di Alessandria d’Egitto tipo Nilo ed Eutenia/Antinoo come Ermes (CNG Electronic Auction 476).

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Roman Provincial, Lead
EGYPT, Antinoöpolis. Circa 2nd-3rd centuries AD. PB Tessera (19.5mm, 4.32 g, 6h). Dated year 3 of an uncertain era. Nilus seated right on rocks, holding reed and cornucopia; before Nilus, Euthenia(?) standing left, raising her right hand / Antinoüs (as Hermes), wearing chlamys, holding caduceus with his right hand, on horseback right; above, Nike flying left, crowning Antinoüs with wreath; L Γ (date) to far left and right. Köln –; Dattari (Savio) 16467 & 16473 (p. 322, first row, last two). Gray patina with earthen highlights/deposits. VF. Well centered and struck.
From the BLS Collection.

CNG 476, Lot: 288. Estimated: $ 100. Sold For $ 180.

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EUTHENIA (Εὐθηνία). - Personificazione della prosperità. Corrisponde alla Abundantia romana. Un piccolo idolo con l'iscrizione E. appare su un bassorilievo di età imperiale da Thyrea: si tratta di una figurina di donna con tunica e manto, che tiene con entrambe le mani una coppa. Inoltre E. si trova molto spesso, con o senza iscrizione, su monete (raramente su billoni) di Alessandria d'Egitto, da Augusto a Claudio II, in tipi diversi. È sempre vestita di chitone e pepio, col capo coronato di spighe, con spighe e papaveri nella destra e con il corno dell'abbondanza o lo scettro nel braccio sinistro. Spesso ha il serpente uraeus sulla spalla. Talvolta appare sola, col solo busto o a figura intera, in piedi, seduta oppure distesa, talvolta insieme con Demetra, oppure con Nilo, come compagna o sposa. Con l'aiuto delle monete di Alessandria A. Furtwängler ha riconosciuto E. sulla cosiddetta Tazza Farnese nella figura di donna adagiata su una sfinge, con le spighe nella destra, accanto a Nilo seduto. E. seduta, con spighe in mano, appare anche su monete d'argento di Cesarea in Cappadocia. Infine si trova E. (oppure Homonoia) con kàlathos, coppa e corno dell'abbondanza, su monete di Adramytion (Misia) con Caracalla e Filippo il Giovane.

Da https://www.treccani.it/enciclopedia/euthenia_(Enciclopedia-dell'-Arte-Antica)/

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Tessera incerta dell’Egitto di tipo figura maschile incoronata dalla Vittoria/Nilo ed Eutenia (CNG Electronic Auction 448).

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Roman Provincial
EGYPT, Uncertain. 2nd-3rd centuries AD. PB Tessera (21mm, 5.17 g, 12h). Dated year 5 of an uncertain era. Male figure standing right, being crowned by Victory advancing left; cantharus between / Nilus seated right on rocks, holding reed and cornucopia; crocodile to left below; before Nilus, Euthenia(?) standing left, raising her right hand; LЄ in exergue. MIlne –; Dattari (Savio) –; Köln –. Near VF. An important example of this type with a legible date.

CNG 448, Lot: 343. Estimate $100. Sold for $120

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Tessera di Antinopolis tipo Antinoo/Nilo incoronato da Eutenia (CNG. Electronic Auction 35).

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Fine Style Portrait of Antinous

EGYPT, Antinoöpolis. 2nd-3rd centuries AD. PB Tessera (21mm, 8.84 g, 1h). Draped bust of Antinous right, wearing hem-hem crown; crescent before / Nilus reclining right, holding cornucipia and reeds, being crowned by Euthenia, standing left and holding grain ears. Milne –; Dattari (Savio) –; Köln –. VF, reverse slightly off center. Exceptionally fine style and strike. Impressive portrait.

CNG 353, Lot: 366. Estimate $200. Sold for $525.

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Tessera incerta Eutenia sdraiata/Nilo sdraiato sul coccodrillo (CNG, Electronic Auction 449).

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Roman Provincial
EGYPT, Uncertain. 2nd-3rd centuries AD. PB Tessera (21mm, 5.19 g, 8h). Dated year 6 of an uncertain era. Euthenia reclining left, holding grain ears and lotus / Nilus reclining left on crocodile, holding reeds and cornucopia; L ς (date) to right. Milne –; Dattari (Savio) –; Köln –. Tan patina. Fine.

CNG 449, Lot: 315, Estimate $100. Unsold

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Tessera di Antinopolis tipo Antinoo/Nilo sdraiato incoronato da Eutenia (CNG Electronic Auction 476).

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Roman Provincial
EGYPT, Antinoöpolis. Circa 2nd-3rd centuries AD. PB Tessera (23.5mm, 4.97 g, 5h). Draped bust of Antinous right, wearing hem-hem crown; crescent before / Nilus reclining right, holding cornucopia and reed, being crowned by Euthenia, standing left and holding grain ears. Milne –; Dattari (Savio) –; Köln –. Gray-brown patina with earthen highlights/deposits, reverse struck off center. Good Fine.
From the BLS Collection.

Est. $100, SOLD $100

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Tessera di Alessandria d’Egitto tipo Antinoo con Zeus Ammone/Nilo con Eutenia (Roma Numismatics E-Sale 40).

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Roman Provincial
Antinous PB Tessera of Alexandria, Egypt. Dated RY 4 of an uncertain emperor, circa 2nd-3rd centuries AD. Bust of Antinous, wearing hem-hem crown, before bust of Zeus-Ammon left; LΔ (date) below / Nilus reclining right, holding reeds and cornucopiae, crowned by Euthenia, standing right. Köln 3574 var. (Horus); Dattari (Savio) 6443 (same); Milne 5433 (same). 2.41g, 19mm, 1h.
Good Very Fine. The only example on CoinArchives.
No Other Examples on CoinArchive

Starting price: 120 GBP - Estimate: 150 GBP - Result: 400 GBP

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Tessera di Alessandria d’Egitto tipo Antinoo con Isis/Nilo con Eutenia (Roma Numismatics E-Sale 42).

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Roman Provincial
Antinous PB Tessera of Alexandria, Egypt. Dated RY 4 of an uncertain emperor, circa 2nd-3rd centuries. Bust of Antinous, wearing hem-hem crown, before bust of Isis left; L-Δ (date, retrograde) across fields / Nilus reclining left, holding reeds and cornucopiae, crowned by Euthenia, standing left. Köln 3575-6; Dattari (Savio) 6485. 4.67g, 20mm, 10h.

Near Very Fine.

Starting price: 80 GBP - Estimate: 100 GBP - Result: unverkauft

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Tessera di Alessandria d’Egitto tipo Antinoo/Nilo con Eutenia (Roma Numismatics E-Sale 42).

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Roman Provincial
Antinous PB Tessera of Alexandria, Egypt. Circa 2nd-3rd centuries AD. Draped bust right, wearing hem-crown; crescent before / Nilus reclining right, holding reeds and cornucopiae, crowned by Euthenia, standing left. Milne -; Dattari (Savio) -; Köln - Cf. CNG 353, 366. 6.13g, 20mm, 12h.
Fine. Unpublished in the standard references.

 

Starting price: 64 GBP - Estimate: 80 GBP - Result: 140 GBP

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Tessera di Alessandria d’Egitto tipo Nilo con Eutenia/Arpocrate (Roma Numismatics E-Sale 42).

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Roman Provincial
Anonymous PB Tessera of Egypt. Dated RY 14 of an uncertain emperor, circa 2nd-3rd centuries AD. Nilus reclining right, holding reed and cornucopiae, crowned by Euthenia standing right, holding cornucopiae / Harpocrates standing right, with Isis standing left, holding sceptre and raising hand; LIΔ in field between. Milne 5407; Köln 3581; Dattari (Savio) -. 3.07g, 19mm, 5h.

Good Fine

Starting price: 40 GBP - Estimate: 50 GBP - Result: unverkauft

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