Laodicea ad Mare, Syria, modern-day Latakia, Syria

Place Laodicea ad Mare, Syria, modern-day Latakia, Syria
See also Nomisma (laodiceia_ad_mare)
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Laodicea (Ancient Greek: Λαοδίκεια) was a port city and an important colonia of the Roman Empire in ancient Syria,[1] located near the modern city of Latakia. It was also called Laodicea in Syria or Laodicea ad mare. For a short period of time under Septimius Severus, it became the capital of Roman Syria, and subsequently, it became the capital of the Eastern Roman province of Theodorias from 528 AD until 637 AD.

Production of this mint

See the 250 coins