That's a very strong counterargument. Thanks for doing the research!
There were a limited number of reverse dies used to strike this coin for Manlia Scantilla, and most of the dies have readily distinguishable...
Oh, another 1st century empress!
Antonia, Augusta AD 37 and 41.
Roman orichalcum dupondius, 12.10 gm, 28.3 mm.
Rome, AD 41-50.
Obv: ANTONIA AVGVSTA, bust of Antonia, draped...
The Daily Mail writes:
The discovery was made in October 2018, when Mrs Castle found a broken coin on the surface of the ground.
You know this counts, @Ryro! Here's a edited -- Lysimachos's wife, Arsinoe II. She was the daughter of Ptolemy I and Berenice. Lysimachos divorced...
This anti-Christian bigot got his comeuppance by Karma, not suicide. He had a slow, painful, embarrassing death from a severe infection of the...
I'm drawn to the CONSTANTINOPOLI(S) and VRBS ROMA commemoratives! Here's a pair from Siscia.
Next: Helmeted bust, left.
Great find! It goes to show you that interesting coins may turn up at even a small, local show!
This is one of the coins I purchased at a recent...
2nd century BC bronze from Obulco in Iberia. Similar to this one (but with different characters in the reverse inscriptions).
Very common; one of the most commonly encountered asses issued under Caligula.
No. There are 89 specimens in RPC alone.
I like those modern bee coins! And I clicked your page at collectivecoin, too! That's quite a bug collection you have!!
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