Coins from Numidia

The Berber Kingdom of Numidia was a kingdom located in present-day Algeria around 200 BC. The Numidian coins in the Numista catalogue date from the period of King Micipsa and the Roman era, when King Juba was allowed by the Romans to rule this part of northern Africa. Around this time Numidia was highly Romanised.
Wikidata: Q102679

See also: Roman provinces, Roman Empire

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Western Numidia under the Masaesyli (cca. 300 BC-203 BC)

Quadrans - Syphax (Western Numidia; pointing beard, horseman right)
(213 BC - 203 BC)

Bronze • 4.4 g • ⌀ 23 mm
GCV# 6632 var., N# 89060
Semis - Syphax (Western Numidia; small beard, horseman left)
(213 BC - 202 BC)

Bronze • 8.7 g • ⌀ 25 mm
CNNM# 10, MAA# 6, SNG Cop# 491-492, N# 89059
Tetradrachm - Vermina
(203 BC - 202 BC)

Silver • 14.53 g • ⌀ 26 mm
N# 110832

Unified Numidia (203 BC-118 BC)

Available for swap As - Massinissa or Micipsa (with punic letters)
(203 BC - 118 BC)

Bronze • 13.41 g • ⌀ 26 mm
GCV# 6596, CNNM# 23-48, MAA# 12-15, Mitch AC# 45, SNG Cop# 510, N# 59529
As - Massinissa or Micipsa (with pellet)
(203 BC - 118 BC)

Bronze • 14.5 g • ⌀ 25.6 mm
GCV# 6597, CNNM# 45-50, MAA# 18, SNG Cop# 505-510, N# 59540

Eastern Numidia from Micipsa's death to the Roman annexation (118 BC-46 BC)

Semis - Juba I
(60 BC - 46 BC)

Bronze • 9.21 g • ⌀ 23 mm
GCV# 6614, CNNM# 93, MAA# 36, Mitch AC# 93, SNG Cop# 532, N# 71142
Denarius - Juba I
(60 BC - 46 BC)

Silver • 3.06 g • ⌀ 18 mm
GCV# 6607, CNNM# 84-85, MAA# 29, Mitch AC# 84, SNG Cop# 523, N# 71143

Numista referee for coins of this issuer is pejounet.

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