Co 260 (Late Republican as of Corinth) [permalink] [show more links]
Inventoried Coin
Not after (date)
Not before (date)
Logical part of
Chicago/Indiana/Vanderbilt Excavations Inventoried Coins
Typological identification
RPC I, no. 1127
Cited by
Amandry1979, p. 239 (rev. KenchreaiIII)
Amandry1988, pp. 108, 133-136, émission VIa-b
BMCCorinth 498-499, p. 60, pl. XV:8
Preservation comment
Wear: aG/P. Slight, sparse, minute pitting and rare scratching. Extensive white clouding over both faces.
Published as
KenchreaiIII, p. 23, no. 223 (R. Hohlfelder identified as “Corinth under Roman Rule … Hadrian”)
Axis (1-12)
Has denomination
Numismatic Diameter (mm)
Numismatic Issuer
C. Heius Pamphilus (Corinthian duovir, 34-31, 27/6 or 26/5, 17/16 BCE)
Numismatic Issuer
Q. Caecilius Niger (Corinthian duovir, 34-31 BC)
Numismatic Mint
Numismatic Weight (g)
Obverse Description
Head of smiling Aphrodite to right, wearing [earring] and necklace, hair tied with taenia and hanging loose in back
Reverse Description
Pegasus flying right
Reverse Inscription
[Q CA]ECIL NI[GR | C HE[IO PAM]; to right, [II|]VI[R]
Belongs to Historical Period
Late Republican (Historical Period)
Bronze (Material)
Has visual motif (depicts)
Aphrodite/Venus (Visual Motif)
Has visual motif (depicts)
Mythological Animal (Visual Motif)
Obverse Photograph
Reverse Photograph
Suggested citation
“Co 260 (Late Republican as of Corinth).” In Kenchreai Archaeological Archive, edited by J.L. Rife and S. Heath. The American Excavations at Kenchreai, 2013-2024. <>