Acmoneia — A settlement in Phrygia also known as Akmonia
Acmoneia or Akmonia was an ancient city in Phrygia. It is mentioned by Cicero and was a point on the road between Dorylaeum and Philadelphia.

It struck a series of city issues, as well as semi-autonomous issues during the Roman Empire from the time of Augustus and until the reign of Gallienus.

Modern location:
(1) Nero
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An AE unit struck c. 65 AD in Acmoneia
Obverse: laureate bust right wearing aegis, crescent above, winged caduceus below; countermark: Asklepios standing right, holding serpent-encircled staff; NEPWNA CEBACTON AKMONEIC

Reverse: Zeus seated left, holding phiale and long scepter, owl below; CEPOYHNIOY KAΠITΩNOC KAI IOYΛIAC CEOYHPAC EPI AΠX TO Γ

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Weight: 4.4 g
L. Servinius Capito, magistrate, and his wife, Iulia Severa ex St. Paul Antiques UK Auction
BMC Phrygia 43, SNG Cop 29, RPC I 3176; c/m: Howgego 241 (12 pcs)