Antoninus Pius AE26 of Selge, Pisidia. Sanctuary of Zeus and Hercules, two towers, thunderbolt to left and club to right.

Ancient Coins - Antoninus Pius AE26 of Selge, Pisidia.  Sanctuary of Zeus and Hercules, two towers, thunderbolt to left and club to right.
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Antoninus Pius AE26 of Selge, Pisidia. Laureate head right / CELGEWN, a sanctuary of Zeus and Hercules, two towers, thunderbolt to left and club to right. Selge AE26 Price 252. No.2594. VF and a rare, historical, and fascinating type.
Selge (Greek: Σέλγη) was an important city in ancient Pisidia and later in Pamphylia, on the southern slope of Mount Taurus, modern Antalya Province, Turkey, at the part where the river Eurymedon River (Turkish: Köprüçay)forces its way through the mountains towards the south.