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Roman Imperial. Caracalla (198-217). AE 30 mm, Serdica (Thrace). Obv.: ΑYT K·M·AYΡ·CEY ANTΩNEINOC. Laureata head right. Rev.: OYΛΠIAC CEΡΔIKHC. Tetrastyle temple between two trees, containing statue of Apollo (or Asklepios?) and a small figure.

Roman Imperial. Caracalla (198-217). AE 30 mm, Serdica (Thrace). Obv.: ΑYT K·M·AYΡ·CEY ANTΩNEINOC. Laureata head right. Rev.: OYΛΠIAC CEΡΔIKHC. Tetrastyle temple between two trees, containing statue of Apollo (or Asklepios?) and a small figure.

Maison de ventes aux enchères en ligne Catawiki: France, First Empire, 1804-1814 - 20 Francs 1813 A Paris - gold

Maison de ventes aux enchères en ligne Catawiki: France, First Empire, - 20 Francs 1813 A Paris - gold

Denario - argento - Roma (19 a.C.) imp. Augusto - M DVRMIUS III VIR. un cinghiale vs.dx. trafitto da una lancia - Münzkabinett Berlin

Denario - argento - Roma (19 a.C.) imp. Augusto - M DVRMIUS III VIR. un cinghiale vs.dx. trafitto da una lancia - Münzkabinett Berlin

LATE ROMAN COIN: Constantine the Great. Notice the crosses on Helmet 318 CE.

LATE ROMAN COIN: Constantine the Great. Notice the crosses on Helmet 318 CE.

Marcus Aurelius, Aureus, Rome, SPL+, Or, RIC:190 - 3. Les Antonins (96 à 192)

comptoirdesmonnaies vend pour le prix de 24 € jusqu'au mardi 28 mars 2017 un objet dans la catégorie Les Antonins à de Delcampe

A gold coin, an aureus of Faustina the Elder, 139 CE, depicts Juno Regina, holding her symbolic attribute of a sceptre, with another, a peacock, by her feet. (National Museum Copenhagen via vroma.org)

A gold coin, an aureus of Faustina the Elder, 139 CE, depicts Juno Regina, holding her symbolic attribute of a sceptre, with another, a peacock, by her feet. (National Museum Copenhagen via vroma.org)

Claudius. Silver Denarius (3.8 g), AD 41-54. Rome, AD 51/2. TI CLAVD CAESAR AVG P M TR P XI IMP P P COS V, laureate head of Claudius right. Reverse : PACI AVGVSTAE, Nemesis advancing right, pulling fold of her robe below neck, holding winged caduceus downwards with which she points at serpent before her. RIC 62; BMC 69; RSC 68.

Claudius. Silver Denarius (3.8 g), AD 41-54. Rome, AD 51/2. TI CLAVD CAESAR AVG P M TR P XI IMP P P COS V, laureate head of Claudius right. Reverse : PACI AVGVSTAE, Nemesis advancing right, pulling fold of her robe below neck, holding winged caduceus downwards with which she points at serpent before her. RIC 62; BMC 69; RSC 68.

Obverse image of a coin of Augustus. Member of the Julio-Claudians dynasty. Coins for this issuer were issued from -31 until 14.

Obverse image of a coin of Augustus. Member of the Julio-Claudians dynasty. Coins for this issuer were issued from -31 until 14.

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