This type is known from coins of Aphrodisias (Caria), Marcianopolis (Moesia), Parium (Mysia), Prusa ad Olympum (Bithynia), Mastaura and Tralles (Lydia), and Apameia (Phrygia). See also Type 41.
Æ 18. Obv. AV K Λ … CEVHPOC. Laureate head of Septimius Severus r. Rev. MARKIANΟΠΟΛΕΙΤΩΝ. Eros standing l., about to shoot an arrow (Photos courtesy of Antike Numismatik Gilles Blançon. Note: The coin unfortunately disappeared after being prepared for inclusion in the dealer’s 2003 sales list).
Similar, Æ 16, 7 h, 2.8 g (Private collection, photos by permission).
Æ 18, 7 h, 3.45 g. Obv. Λ CE[Π] ΓETAC K. Bare head of Geta Caesar r. Rev. ΠΡΟΥCAEΩΝ. Eros standing r., bow raised, about to shoot an arrow.
Æ 28, 1 h, 9.38 g. Obv. IMP LICINN GA. Laureate, draped bust of Gallienus r. Rev. C G I H PA.... Eros standing facing, head r., holding a bow in his l. and an arrow in his r.
Æ 20 (half assarion), 7 h, 5.14 g. Obv. IEPA • [BOYΛH]. Bust of Boulé veiled and draped r. Rev. AΦΡΟΔICIEΩN. Eros standing r., holding his drawn bow at the ready.
* Here is a charming uniface lead tessera, probably from Asia Minor (Ephesus?), showing Eros standing r., with drawn bow (illustration).
Reference: Varbanov 736 (but with an erroneous description)
Reference: Waddington, Recueil général, 110 (but with an erroneous description: Eros is supposedly holding a butterfly)
Reference: McClean Coll., 7667
Reference: RPC IV, 2158
Mastaura / Apollo
References: RPC IV, 2841, 9776
Tralles / Caracalla
Reference: Imhoof-Blumer, Lydische Stadtmünzen, 37
References: SNG Copenhagen 201; SNG München 136