This is the latest addition to my Faustina I collection, courtesy of @Ken Dorney . Several different deities are represented on the reverses of this empress, all bearing the inscription AETERNITAS: Aeternitas, Fortuna, Providentia, Ceres, Juno, Venus, Vesta, and Pietas, each identifiable on the basis of their attributes (Ceres holding corn ears and torch, for example). However, the figure portrayed on the reverse of this coin is enigmatic, with Aeternitas, Juno, Pudicitia and Venus all contenders. BMC 4 (p. 42) states, "The sceptre suggests Juno here, but the gesture with the veil might seem more appropriate to Venus perhaps, while the stars on the body directly suggest Aeternitas." Elsewhere (p. 54), the authors suggest Juno or Pudicitia. Temeryazev and Makerenko (p. 54) identify Venus as the reverse type. Whoever is depicted on the reverse, this coin is found with three different obverse inscriptions: 1. DIVA FAVSTINA (RIC 346a; BMC * p. 54; RSC 40; Sear --); my coin is this variety. 2. DIVA AVG FAVSTINA (RIC 346b; BMC 280; RSC 41; Sear --); this appears to be the most common of the three varieties. 3. DIVAE FAVSTINAE (RIC --; BMC 487; RSC 40a; Sear --); this is apparently rare. Obverse type 1 DIVA FAVSTINA (my coin): Diva Faustina Senior, died AD 140/1. Roman AR Denarius, 3.47 g, 18.1 mm, 6 h. Rome mint, under Antoninus Pius, AD 147-161. Obv: DIVA FAVSTINA, diademed and draped bust right. Rev: AETER-NITAS, Goddess standing front, head right, right hand drawing back fold of veil and holding transverse scepter in left; the middle of her body is seen bare, sown with stars. Refs: RIC 346a; BMCRE * p. 54; RSC 40; RCV --; CRE 144. I was able to find two other examples online. This one is Freeman & Sear Manhattan Sale I, lot 292, Jan 5, 2010: This one is the example at Wildwinds: The three coins were produced with three different reverse dies. My coin MAY be an obverse die-match with the Wildwinds example. Obverse type 2, DIVA AVG FAVSTINA (British Museum collection): There are a handful of examples of this issue at acsearchinfo. Obverse type 3 DIVAE FAVSTINAE (British Museum collection): I was able to find only one other example of this coin from a 2003 Rauch auction. Please post anything you feel is relevant!