It’s the reverse on this coin that recommends it: Hadrian starting out on his travels. The oars and rowers are clearly visible, as is the steersman. The coin's patina is darker in hand, but the lighter picture shows the details better. HADRIAN 117 - 138 A.D. AE Sestertius (23.62 g.) Rome ca. 132 - 134 A.D. RIC 706 HADRIANVS - AVGVSTVS Laureate and cuirassed bust r., with drape on on l. shoulder. Rev. FELICITATI / AVG / S - C Galley moving l. with sail steers and [six] (correction: actually, five) rowers; standard and vexillum at stern. Below, COS III P P Let's see Hadrian travel coins and coins with galleys!