Apameia — A settlement in Phrygia also known as Apamea Cibotus - Apamea ad Maeandrum
Apamea Cibotus, Apamea ad Maeandrum, Apamea or Apameia was an ancient city in Anatolia founded in the 3rd century BC by Antiochus I Soter, who named it after his mother Apama.

Located in Hellenistic Phrygia, it became part of the Roman province of Pisidia. It was near, but on lower ground than, Celaenae (Kelainai).

Modern location: Dinar, Afyonkarahisar, Turkey
(1) Apameia
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An AE unit struck 133-48 BC in Apameia
Obverse: Turreted head of Artemis-Tyche right

Reverse: Marsyas, walking right, on meander pattern, playing flute, AΠAME & ΚΗΦΤΙΣ (Magistrate)

Diameter: 16 mm
Die Orientation: 0 H
Weight: 5 g
No notes for this coin
Sear 5122
(2) Apameia
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An AE Tetrachalkon struck 133-48 BC in Apameia
Obverse: laureate head of Zeus right

Reverse: Artemis Anatis facing AΠAME / HPAKΛEI / EΓΛO

Diameter: -
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 7.52 g
No notes for this coin
BMC Phrygia 69; SNG Cop 183; SGCV II 5121; SNG von Aulock 347
(3) Apameia
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An AE unit struck 88-40 BC in Apameia
Obverse: Turreted bust of Artemis–Tyche right, bow and quiver over shoulder

Reverse: Marsyas advancing right, playing aulos; maeander pattern below

Diameter: -
Die Orientation: -
Weight: -
Attalos, son of Bianor, eglogistes.
HGC 7, 674; BMC 62.
(4) Apameia
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An AE unit struck 133-48 BC in Apameia
Obverse: bust of Athena right wearing aegis and high-crested Corinthian helmet

Reverse: eagle alighting right, star over pileus on both sides, star above, meander pattern below; AΠΑΜΕΩN // ?(KOKOY)?

Diameter: -
Die Orientation: -
Weight: -
No notes for this coin
SNG Copenhagen 161-2; BMC 78-82; HGC 7, 670.