On today's date, 1,964 years ago, Tiberius Claudius Caesar Britannicus, natural son of Claudius and heir to the empire of Rome, "chokes" on some hot cocoa (a warm drink universally regarded as having been poisoned on Nero's orders) paving the way for the triple threat (singer, musician and actor. Why, what other kind of threat could he be?) Nero to be the undisputed ruler. As well as the last of the Julio/Claudian line (thanks a lot NerdO). Britannicus, with Octavia and Antonia Mysia 41-55 CE Claudius large 28mm bronze Roman coin of Emperor Claudius. The script on the obverse is TI NerO 54-68 CE. AE Dupondius of Lugdunum, 66. Laureate head / Securitas seated with sceptre. RIC.445 Please post your coins of Britannicus, Claudius, Messalina, Nero, Agrippina or whomever you deem relevant!