Obulco — A settlement in Baetica also known as Porcuna
Obulco was an ancient settlement in what is now Spain.

Its coins which are autonomous, bear for their types generally a female head, sometimes a horseman, at others a bull, and the word OBVLCO, with the names of Roman duumvirs, and Celtiberian inscriptions.

It is today known as Porcuna.

Modern location: Porcuna
(1) Obulco
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An AE As struck c. 170-130 BC in Obulco
Obverse: Female head right; OBVLCO

Reverse: Legend, plough above, grain ear below URKaILTu / NESELTuKo

Diameter: -
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 14.4 g
Urkailtu and Neseltuko
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