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   Ancient East >> ARABIA  >>Eastern Arabia  >> Eastern Arabia >> Abiel
 
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Denomination :
Tetradrachm

Reference :
Extremely rare
two examples of this variety known to Potts
Abiel

Obv :  Degraded head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin headdress
Rev :  Figure seated left, arms extended to right and left; on right arm, horse standing right; date-palm and tri-fluked anchor in left field, "Abi'el" in blundered Aramaic in outer right field, four pellets behind figure, three pellets above and below strut of chair
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Denomination :
Drachm

Reference :
Potts -
Potts, Supplement, Class XLIV, 310-1 var. (pellet above strut)
Abiel

Obv :  Stylized head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin headdress
Rev :  Figure (Zeus?) seated left, holding scepter in left hand and extending right arm; on right arm, horse standing right; palm and tri-fluked anchor in left field, pellet below throne
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Denomination :
Tetradrachm

Reference :
Potts 390
Potts, Supplement 309
Abiel

Obv :  Stylized head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin headdress; “wart” cut into cheek
Rev :  Figure seated left, right arm extended, holding scepter in left hand; on right arm, horse standing right; date-palm and tri-fluked anchor in left field, "Abi'el" in blundered Aramaic in outer right field, five pellets behind figure
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Denomination :
Tetradrachm

Reference :
Potts 481-4
Potts, Supplement 411
Abiel

Obv :  Stylized head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin headdress; “wart” on cheek
Rev :  Figure seated right, left arm extended, holding scepter in right hand; on right arm, horse standing left; date-palm and cone-shaped object (obelisk?) in right field, "Abi'el" in blundered Aramaic in outer right field, tri-fluked anchor behind figure
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Denomination :
Tetradrachm

Reference :
Potts Class XLVII, 425
Abiel

Obv :  Degraded head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin headdress
Rev :  Figure seated left, arms extended to right and left; on right arm, horse standing right; date-palm and tri-fluked anchor in left field, "Abi'el" in blundered Aramaic in outer right field; no pellets in fields
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Denomination :
Drachm

Reference :
Potts, Supplement, Class XLIV, 310-311 var. (four pellets behind figure)
Abiel

Obv :  Degraded head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin headdress
Rev :  Figure seated left, right arm extended, holding staff in left hand; on right arm, horse standing right; date-palm and tri-fluked anchor in left field, "Abi'el" in blundered Aramaic in outer right field, pellet below throne; three pellets behind figure
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Denomination :
Tetradrachm

Reference :
Potts, Supplement, Class XLVIIIa, 403 (this coin)
BMC Arabia -
cf. SNG Cop Supp. 1237
Abiel

Obv :  Head of Herakles right, wearing lion's skin headdress
Rev :  "Abi'el" in blundered Aramaic, Zeus seated left, holding staff with his left hand, right hand outstretched, upon which a horse stands right; date-palm and L in left field; upwards-facing three-fluked anchor to inner right
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