Philippopolis - A settlement in Thrace
Philippopolis was a major city in Thracia, which was possibly founded by Philip II of Macedon before being conquered by the Romans in 72 BC.

It was seized by the Roman general Marcus Lucullus but was soon restored to Thracian control. In 46 CE, the city was finally incorporated into the Roman Empire by emperor Claudius; it served as capital of the province of Thrace and gained city status in the late 1st century.

In 250 CE, the whole city was burned down by the Goths who were led by their ruler Cniva. Many of its citizens, 100,000 according to Ammianus Marcellinus, died or were taken captive. It took a century and hard work to recover the city. However, it was destroyed again by Attila's Huns in 441-442 AD and by the Goths of Teodoric Strabo in 471 AD.

Modern location: Plovdiv, Bulgaria

(1) Commodus 176-192 AD
Obverse: laureate head right; AV KAI M AVP__KOMOΔOC
Reverse: Isis standing left, lotus on head, holding sistrum and situla; ΦIΛIΠΠOΠO_ΛEITΩN
Ref: RPC online – Volume IV, № 10928
(2) Crispina 178-182 AD
Obverse: draped bust right; KPICΠEINA__CEBACTH
Reverse: Nike standing left, holding wreath and palm frond; ΦIΛIΠΠ_OΠO_ΛEITΩN
Ref: RPC IV online -; Varbanov 1153; Mou...
(3) Domitian 88-89 AD
Obverse: radiate head right; IMP CAES DOMIT AVG GERM COS XIIII CENS PER P P
Reverse: Ares standung left holding spear and shield; ΦIΛIΠΠO_ΠOΛEITΩN
Ref: RPC II 353; Varbanov III 618
(4) Faustina II 161-176 AD
Obverse: draped bust right; ΦAVCTEINA__CEBACTH
Reverse: veiled Demeter standing half left, holding torch in each hand; ΦIΛIΠΠO_Π_OΛEITΩN
Ref: Varbanov 886 (R5)