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    Neapolis, Samaria. Philip II (247 - 249 AD). AE (26mm, 15.62 gm, 12h). Draped bust of Philip II r., laureate; IMP C M IVL PHILIPPO PF AVG / Emperor as founder plowing with bull and cow r.; above the animals' heads, a small standard; above, Mount Gerizim; in exergue, COL and small star; on l., NEAPOLI; on r., NEOCORO (the new cult of Neapolis), the. Ros. 105. Harl 76. Sofaer 194. Dark green patina, earthen highlights. Very Fine.

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    Auction Dates
    March, 2012
    8th-9th Thursday-Friday
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