For me his attitude is more like "yeah, not bad, Titus"
IMP CAES VESPASIANVS GRVMP III
When I feel I can't stop, I impose myself a rule: DO NOT BUY ANYTHING UNTIL THE NEXT AUCTION.
I have just started reading some books about Roman history as I want to brush up on my knowledge. Indeed Hadrian was a trend setter regarding the...
Almost the end of the workday for me, another day of modern slavery. My guitar would surely kill someone.
This emperor also killed, not...
Nice repair, I don't think you could have obtained a better result.
RIC II Hadrian 624
Æ Quadrans . Rome mint. 18 mm., 2,52 g. Struck AD 121-122. Eagle standing facing, head right / Winged thunderbolt....
Trajan AR Denarius. Rome, circa AD 112-115. IMP TRAIANO AVG GER DAC P M TR P COS VI P P, laureate bust right, slight drapery on far...
The coin that made me switch to ancient coin collecting.
Titus AD 79-81. Rome
20 mm., 2,43 g.
Obverse Legend: T CAESAR...
Ionia. Miletos circa 525-475 BC.
Tetartemorion AR Cf. Rosen 407/8.
Klein 430; SNG Tubingen 3001; Rosen 407
5 mm., 0,08 g.
Some pocket pieces, but I don't complain, I managed to narrow down the legends
RIC I (second edition) Augustus 427; As...
One of my favourite 4th century coins:
Constantine I (306-337 AD) for Constantinus II Caesar. AE Nummus (18 mm, 2.83 g), Treveri, c....
Congratulations. Nice coins!
As for the requirements, I can only post these ones
Marcus Aurelius (161-180)
A.D. 170- 171
Thrace, Hadrianopolis. 21 mm 6,60 g
Obverse inscription: ΦΑVϹΤΕΙΝΑ ϹΕΒΑϹΤΗ
Obverse design: draped bust of Faustina II, r....
I also have a Severus Alexander denarius
RIC 173 (222-228)
IMP C M AVR SEV ALEXAND AVG
.. and a Sestertius
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