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Roman Empire. Augustus. 27 BC-AD 14. AR Denarius (19mm, 3.79 g, 6h). Lugdunum (Lyon) mint. Struck 2 BC-AD 4. Laureate head right / Gaius and Lucius Caesars standing facing, holding shields and spears between them; simpulum and lituus above. RIC I 207; RSC 43. VF.

27 BC-AD AR Denarius g, Lugdunum (Lyon) mint. Struck 2 BC-AD Laureate head right / Gaius and Lucius Caesars standing facing, holding shields and spears between them; simpulum and lituus above. RIC I RSC VF.

Roman Empire - Gratian (378 - 383 A.D.) bronze maiorina (4,96 g. 21 mm.) from Antioch mint, 378-383 A.D. REPARATIO REIPVB. ANTA.

Roman Empire - Gratian (378 - 383 A.D.) bronze maiorina (4,96 g. 21 mm.) from Antioch mint, 378-383 A.D. REPARATIO REIPVB. ANTA.

Roman Empire - Constantine I the Great (307-337). Commemorative series. Follis. Kyzikos.

Offered in Catawiki's Ancient Coins auction (Roman & Byzantine): Roman Empire - Constantine I the Great Commemorative series.

Roman Imperial Constans AE2. Thessalonica, 348-350 AD. 27mm, 6.3grams. Obv: DN CONSTANS PF AVG. Diademed bust right holding globe. Rev: FEL TEMP REPARATIO.  Soldier spearing fallen horseman. Exergue: TSΓ*. Ref: RIC 116, G. Purchased in 2012 from G&N. Easily the most amazing Constans I've seen, Maybe the best fallen horseman we've ever owned. Sold October 9, 2013. Having seller's remorse, despite selling for 20 times purchase price.

Roman Imperial Constans AE2. Thessalonica, 348-350 AD. 27mm, 6.3grams. Obv: DN CONSTANS PF AVG. Diademed bust right holding globe. Rev: FEL TEMP REPARATIO. Soldier spearing fallen horseman. Exergue: TSΓ*. Ref: RIC 116, G. Purchased in 2012 from G&N. Easily the most amazing Constans I've seen, Maybe the best fallen horseman we've ever owned. Sold October 9, 2013. Having seller's remorse, despite selling for 20 times purchase price.

Roman Coin :    Silver Romulus and Remus coin with a side portrait of Vespasian, on the reverse, Romulus and Remus being nursed by a she-wolf. Amulius, fearing that Romulus and Remus would grow up to overthrow him, had them placed in a trough and thrown into the River Tiber where they were later found by a she-wolf who, instead of killing them, looked after them and fed them with her milk.  69-79 AD

Roman Coin : Silver Romulus and Remus coin with a side portrait of Vespasian…

В Иерусалиме нашли ауреус императора Нерона

A Roman gold coin depicting the Emperor Nero, dated to 56 CE was discovered in summer, 2016 at UNC Charlotte's archaeological excavation at Jerusalem’s Mt.

On the 4th of July in 414 AD Aelia Pulcheria ascended to the throne of the Eastern Empire as Regent for her brother Theodosius II

of July in 414 CE: Theodosius II yields power to his older sister Aelia Pulcheria, who proclaims herself Augusta of the Eastern Roman Empire

Sestertius of Nero, 54-68 CE. This coin depicts the opening of the new Roman port at Ostia (Portus). London, British Museum.

Sestertius of Nero, CE. This coin depicts the opening of the new Roman port at Ostia (Portus).—with a Tiber patina

Roman cistophorus by Augustus, struck in Pergamum c. 27-26 BC In 133 BC, the last Greek king of the Hellenistic city of Pergamun bequeathed his kingdom to the Roman people. The Romans initially maintained the local coinage and probably the closed currency system that existed in the area as well. Considerations of profit apart, the Romans tended not to introduce Roman coinage automatically in newly conquered areas. Cistophori, the local royal coinage so named because of its design featuring…

Roman cistophorus by Augustus, struck in Pergamum c. BC In 133 BC, the last Greek king of the Hellenistic city of Pergamun bequeathed his kingdom to the Roman people. The Romans initially maintained the local coinage and probably the closed.

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