Then C is Gallienus and Severina must be the empress.
C is Salonina, Dattari 5304, Homonoia standing l., r. hand raised, holding double cornucopiae in l.
Well, all the cool kids have them. ;)
I have one too!
They're hard to get in decent shape. Here are a couple of humble ones.
Mine arrived in today's mail! An ancient forgery of Elagabalus and an VRBS ROMA with the GLORIA EXERCITVS reverse.
One of my favorite SALVS coins:
That's helpful. At least everyone agrees on Koinoboulion.
Hill notes their presence on a couple of examples in the museum but doesn't speculate a meaning. Here's the relevant paragraph from page xcv:...
That's a lovely coin, with the empress and Venus well-rendered by the die engraver. Beautiful patina, too.
Here's my humble example with the...
Fascinating coins, @dougsmit , and more than relevant to the thread! Thanks!
Hill addresses the coins with the Γ Γ inscription and states it is...
My interpretation is that it's her hair.
Unpacking a Greek Inscription on a provincial AE 33 of Tarsus
I was enamored by the hunting scene on the reverse of this sestertius-sized...
It's been over 30 hours now, so here's a different coin and theme:
Trajan Decius. AD 249-251.
Roman provincial Æ 33 mm, 18.78 g....
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