all gold set displayed. It is a question that comes up fairly often: "do you have all 12 Caesars". A 12-Caesars set was not something that I had as a goal, but Suetonius inevitably pulled me in. When I added recently a provincial portrait coin of Julius Caesar and a didrachm with Vespasian and Titus, with thanks to @PeteB, I wondered, "Do I have a portrait of all 12?".... 12 Caesars, provincial style with a Vitellius from Rome to represent the city. I like the mix - it would be nice to swap out the Vitellius to go full provincial. Would it be understatement to say that Vitellius' major contribution to Roman history was uniting astrologers and comedians against the emperor? "he was especially hostile to writers of lampoons and to astrologers, and whenever any one of them was accused, he put him to death without trial, particularly incensed because after a proclamation of his in which he ordered the astrologers to leave the city and Italy before the Kalends of October, a placard was at once posted, reading: "By proclamation of the Chaldeans [astrologers], God bless the State! Before the same day and date let Vitellius Germanicus have ceased to live." -Seutonius, The Life of Vitellius, 14.4 Here's a close-up of the Julius Caesar: Macedon, Thessalonica, Augustus, with Divus Julius Caesar, 27 BC-AD 14, Æ (21mm, 8.66g, 6h) Obv: ΘEOC, bare head of Divus Julius Caesar right Rev: CEBACTOY ΘE, bare head of Augustus right Ref: BMC 61; Varbanov 4154; RPC I 5421 (uncertain mint) Note: more here : Not the Usual 12-Caesars There is an open puzzle on the mint and date (see notes on this 2018 CNG Lot, or this 2020 ROMA Lot). I think that RPC I 1555 provides fairly compelling, even conclusive, evidence that this coin is from Thessalonika. RPC 1555 is similar and spells out (ΘΕCCΑΛΟΝΙΚΕΩΝ). I am interested to hear what others think - you can vote in the poll. Post your provincial coins of any of the 12 Caesars, 12 Caesar sets, or anything else that you find interesting or entertaining.