Tripolis ad Maeandrum — A settlement in Lydia
Tripolis ad Maeandrum was an ancient city on the borders of Phrygia, Caria and Lydia, on the northern bank of the upper course of the Maeander, and on the road leading from Sardes by Philadelphia to Laodicea ad Lycum.

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An AE unit struck 14-37 AD in Tripolis ad Maeandrum
Obverse: TIBEPION KAICAPA TPI ΠΟΛΕΙΤAI, Head of Tiberius facing right, wearing laurel wreath

Reverse: MENANΔPOC ΦIΛOKAICAP OTΔ, Head of Helios facing right, wearing crown

Diameter: 20 mm
Die Orientation: 12 H
Weight: 5.58 g
Menandros Metrodoros Philokaisar as magistrate
RPC I 3056
(2) Tripolis
An AE unit struck 98-138 AD in Tripolis ad Maeandrum
Obverse: helmeted bust of Athena left wearing aegis

Reverse: Zeus Lydios half left holding eagle and long scepter; ΤΡΙΠΟΛ_EΙΤΩ_Ν

Diameter: 21 mm
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 5.8 g
RPC IV.2, 2053 (temporary)
An AE unit struck 138-180 AD in Tripolis ad Maeandrum
Obverse: draped bust of Roman Senate left; IEPA CYN_KΛHTOC

Reverse: Artemis right drawing arrow from quiver and holding bow, Apollo standing left holding laurel branch; TPIΠ_OΛ_EITΩN

Diameter: 29 mm
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 14.8 g
No notes for this coin
RPC IV.2, 1644 (temporary); Cf. BMC Lydia p. 365, 12 (same types but different style); SNG Copenhagen -; cf. SNG von Aulock 3305; Lindgren I A846A