11) Coins included are 1. AE 12 showing Heirophile on the obverse and a sphinx on the reverse, 2. the Aphrodisian Sibyl (not attested in liaterature) on a denarius of Carisius, 3. Coin of Nicopolis showing Serapis as Pluto with Cerberus, 4. Coin of Pontos showing Medusa’s head, standing for the fury raised by Juno to harass Aeneas,5. Gibraltar coin showing Hercules and Cerberus to stand for the trip to the Underworld, 6. replica of a Cathaginain tetradrachm with Dido’s head standing for his meeting with her among the dead, 7. deanarius of Vespasian showing the sow with piglets that the gods foretell will mark the site of Aeneas’ new city, 8. Franklin Mint coin showing the Libyan Sibyl, 9. Coin of Tarsus showing club of Hercules, standing for Aeneas visit to the Ara Maxima where Hercules is worshipped as a god in Italy, 10. Franklin Mint coin showing the Cummaean Sibyl, 11. Franklin Mint coin showing the Libyan Sibyl.
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