Philadelphia (Cilicia) — A settlement in Cilicia
Philadelhia in Cilicia was an ancient city east of Germanicopolis.

Coins were struck here under Trajan, Commodus, and Maximinus I. The city also produced semi-autonomous issues.

Modern location: Gökceseki, Turkey
An AE unit struck c. 98-117 AD in Philadelphia (Cilicia)
Obverse: bust of Minerva or Athena right wearing crested helmet; ΦΙΛΑΔЄΛ_ΦEωΝ

Reverse: horizontal branch with two grapes; KIH_TωN

Diameter: 17.5 mm
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 3.9 g
No notes for this coin
RPC III, 3214; SNG Levante 574; SNG Pfalz 998; Lindgren & Kovacs A1571A