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Colchis & Iberia in Antiquity
Articleby Tedo Dundua

Colchis & Iberia in Antiquity

Colchis (western Georgia) and Kartli/Iberia (eastern and southern Georgia) were important regions in the Caucasus area of Eurasia from the Bronze Age of the 15th century BCE. Prospering through agriculture and trade, the region attracted...
Kartli/Iberia Coin of Prince Stephanos I
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Kartli/Iberia Coin of Prince Stephanos I

Kartli/Iberia coin of Prince Stephanos I, first emission. Silver. Weight – 2,9 gr. d=28mm. Obverse: Ohrmazd IV to the right. Legend in Pehlevi: hrm – aphzu (Ohrmazd Augustus). This is placed within onefold circle of the dots. Four Georgian...
Kartli/Iberia. Prince Gurgen’s Drachms
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Kartli/Iberia. Prince Gurgen’s Drachms

Silver. The weights range from 2,70gr. to 2,98 gr. d=26/28-28/31mm. Obverse: Ohrmazd IV to the right. Legend in Pehlevi: hrm – aphzu (Ohrmazd Augustus). This is placed within onefold circle of the dots. Above two Asomtavruli letters...
Kartli/Iberia. Prince Juansher’s Drachm
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Kartli/Iberia. Prince Juansher’s Drachm

Silver. Weight – 2,73 gr. d=24/25 mm. Obverse: Ohrmazd IV to the right. Legend in Pehlevi: hrm – aphzu (Ohrmazd Augustus). This is placed within onefold circle of the dots. Above two Asomtavruli letters ႿႭ for the name Jonber//Juansher...
Kartli/Iberia Coin of Ohrmazd IV
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Kartli/Iberia Coin of Ohrmazd IV

Silver. The weights range from 2,92 gr. to 3,83 gr. d=30-31/34 mm. Obverse: Ohrmazd IV to the right. Legend in Pehlevi: hrm – aphzu (Ohrmazd Augustus), in front of the figure. Cross behind the figure. This is placed within onefold circle...
Kartli/Iberia Coins with a Cross & Altar
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Kartli/Iberia Coins with a Cross & Altar

Silver. The weights range from 2,44 gr. to 3,23 gr. d= 26/27-29/30 mm. Obverse: Ohrmazd IV to the right. Legend in Pehlevi: hrm – aphzu (Ohrmazd Augustus). This is placed within onefold circle of the dots. Reverse: Cross on altar...
Prince Stephanos I Coin
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Prince Stephanos I Coin

Kartli/Iberia coin of Prince Stephanos I, second emission. Silver. The weights range from 2,03 gr. to 3,02 gr. d = 25/26-28 mm. Obverse: shah/ruler to the right. Instead of Pehlevi, Georgian inscription (Asomtavruli) – ႱႲႤႴ/ႠႬႭႱ (Stephanos...
Georgian Imitations of Augustan Denarii
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Georgian Imitations of Augustan Denarii

Description, picture: Silver. Weight: e.g. 1,28 gr., 2,23 gr., 2,59 gr., 2,93 gr., 2,97 gr., 3,02 gr., 3,10 gr., 3,12 gr., 3,23 gr., 3,24 gr., 3,25 gr., 3,33 gr., 3,42 gr., 3,51 gr., 3,55 gr. d=17/18-19/20mm. Obverse: Laureate head right/left...
Georgian Aurei Imitation
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Georgian Aurei Imitation

Gold. Weight: e.g. – 2,87 gr., 3,37 gr., 3,44 gr., 3,55 gr. d=18 mm., 19 mm., 20/21mm. Obverse: Draped bust of Valerian, laureted, right, a bit crude in style. Distorted Latin inscription: prototype – IMP. C. P. LIC. VALERIANVS AVG...
Phiale of a Roman or Kartlian Man
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Phiale of a Roman or Kartlian Man

This phiale, on whose medallion the bust of a bearded male is represented, must have been made in one of the eastern provinces of the Roman Empire or in the Kingdom of Kartli (Iberia), which is located in what's modern Georgia. Goldsmithery...
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