Reverse: Standing figure of Cybele

Obverse: Head of Hadrian

Collection: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Context: Uncertain
Material: Silver
Denomination: Tetradrachm
Issuing Authority: Hadrian
Actual Weight: 10.21 g.
Die Axis: 7
Date: ca. 128 AD - ca. 132 AD
Dimensions: 28 mm.
Region: Asia?
Period: Hadrianic

Obverse Type: Draped Salus (goddess of health and healing) stands within a dotted circle with her head turned to the right. In her right hand, she is holding a snake, in her left, she is holding an alabastron.

Donor: Theodora Wilbour Fund in Memory of Zoƫ Wilbour

Commentary: Imperial cistophoric tetradrachm

Sources Used: Herzfelder 1936