Here is my Julian II, for me, this is where it ends.
After Diocletian, I'm lost!
I love your abdication follis. beautiful AND historic.
I think it's time for the"big guy", Diocletian , AD 284 - 305.
Probus, followed by his successors...Carus and his two sons, Numerianus amd Carinus.
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Next , Gallienus' successor is Claudius II Gothicus - Ant. with Mars rev.and one with trophy commemorating his victory over the Goths which...
I think we left out little Hostillian.
and here is Aemilian antoninianus.
I think we're up to Septimius and Caracalla...
here is a denarius of Septimius Sev. and a sestertius of one of his sons - Caracalla...
#3 - Sestertius of Caligula. OB CIVES SERVATOS reverse.
I'm game - I'll start with a denarius of Augustus with temple reverse for #1 emperor...
here is a pig/boar or rather 2 of them on one coin - Ae quadrans RR. C. 270 BC.
next - another quadrans.
That is indeed a beautiful coin of Titus , facing left as well!
Here are three sestertii of Gordian III and two Antoniniani. My favorite is the last with Virtus reverse. I thought his facial expression was...
The Historia Augusta is notoriously unreliable. We actually know next to nothing about Antoninus. One might actually infer from that that he...
To me these massive, tangible pieces of history represent what was perhaps the most critical period of Rome's history. It was a make or break time...
That is a great, appealing coin with nice toning and style. Calling it AU or EF makes very little difference. It would be a fine addition to...
Sestertius of Titus with left -facing bust; reverse of Annona ...
As of Tiberius / SC
As of left-facing Drusus - struck...
Most incredible life-like expression on his face!
Hope you continue with us.
Here is an aureus with three emperors from one family... Vespasian, obv. , reverse his sons Titus and Domitian on horseback.
Separate names with a comma.