I hope here is something of interest for you:
Phoenicia, Tyre, Valerian I., AD 253-260
AE 30, 15.54g, 29.87mm, 180°
obv.: IMP C P LIC...
Wing behind, should be Eros.
A wonderful coin, congrats. I'm jealous.
A wonderful provincial:
Moesia inferior, Nikopolis ad Istrum, Macrinus, AD 217-218
AE 27, 14.01g, 27.34mm, 45°
struck under governor Marcus Claudius...
With original patina:
Moesia inferior, Nikopolis ad Istrum, Septimius Severus, AD 193-211
AE 28, 12.83g, 27.58mm, 225°
struck under governor Ovinius...
One of my nicest Caracalla denars:
AR - Denar, 3.30g, 20.3mm
Rome, AD 215
obv. ANTONINVS PIVS AVG GERM
Laureate head r....
Mysia, Pergamon, BMC 158
AE 19, 8.31g, 18..9mm, 0°
struck 200-133 BC
obv. Head of Asklepios, laureate, r....
Moesia inferior, Markianopolis, Macrinus & Diadumenian, AD 217-218
AE 28, 13.51g, 28.47mm, 30°
struck under governor Furius Pontianus
obv. AV K OΠEΛ...
Thracia, Augusta Trajana, Lucius Verus, AD 161-169
AE 19, 4.66g, 18.81mm, 225°
obv. AV KAI Λ AV - PH OVHPOC...
Valentinian II, barbarious overstruck on official coin
struck AD 383-392
This was my very first ancient coin, acquired in 1992:
Claudius, AD 41-54
As, 10.97g, 26mm, 180°
Rome, AD 41
obv. TI CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG P M TR P...
The concept of a flat earth possibly is originated from the Gospel of Matthew. In chapter 4 the 3rd temptation of Christ is depicted: "For the final...
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Caracalla, RIC IV/1, 261(d)
Separate names with a comma.