Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by roman99, Jun 28, 2021.
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here) – this might be the research you are looking for.
My most interesting Roman graffito likely is a name, perhaps an abbreviated form of Mabienus:
Roman Republic, moneyer C. Postumius, AR denarius, 74 BC, Rome mint. Obv: Bust of Diana r., draped, with bow and quiver over shoulder. Rev: C. POSTVMI AT/TA (ligated); hound running r.; below, spear (with graffiti: MABIEN). 18mm, 3.85g. Ref: RRC 394/1a.
Not sure if that is correct. Probly: "tredecim"
“Brianus the Bold”
(I think that is better than “ @Ryro the Revolting” ).
Legio X Equestris - Caesar Denarius
B bankers mark Eagle Galley Standards
Legio X Fretensis (of the sea strait), also known as X Equestris (Mounted): before 58 BC–45 BC, Julius Caesar's personal legion
Yes I know that, I mean whats the significance of 13?
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