Here is "the original" Mr. G,though never an emperor. First under Claudius, second under Caligula.
Congrats Orfew, another 2 dark Titus coins:
Beautifull coins , octavius
Here's a very sought after coin for Flavian collectors.
IMP CAES DOMIT AVG GERMAN P M TR P VIII
Laureate head right
Congrats Jay! Domitian's 'GERMAN' denarii are extra special.
Here's my example of the type. I think yours has nicer toning.
Fantastic example with lots of eye appeal. Congrats!
This one has a disco dance party going on the pediment:
Maxentius as Augustus, AD 307-312.
Roman billon follis, 6.53 g, 24.6 mm, 10...
Very nice, AA! The reverse is wonderfully detailed and the she-wolf and twins look very cosy in that pediment. :)
Despite its doubling and flat spots, the wolf pediment is my favorite Maxentius. It is AQP.
There are several others that have...
@Ancient Aussie I DO like your Maxentius, very much, (esp. the silvering).
Here is one of mine that has a Temple on it.
Picked up this Maxentius temple coin at the recent Leu Auction 7, as a few of you probably noticed I have been busy with late Roman...
Not counting shape/size, I have 6 (counting this one) different patterns.
I have a variety of horse rumps as well lol
The desert patina really brings out the reverse's dramatic action. Superb coin!
Found another interesting and unlisted horseman. It has an interesting shield design as well.
I posted this in another thread, but it may illustrate the Romans warring on the Judaeans... also probly struck during /circa Iesus’ birth...
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