Sellers info: Commodus AR Denarius.Commodus AR Denarius. Laureate head right / Pietas seated left, extending right hand to child and holding transverse sceptre - WEIGHT 2.39 gr -DIAM. 17 mm Looking through ACsearch there is a fuller attribution of the same coin (my previous post asking for help on magnifiers was prompted by this coin - I really had a hard time with it). Commodus. A.D. 177-192. AR denarius. Rome mint, struck A.D. 192. L AEL AVREL COMM AVG P FEL, laureate head right / P M TR P XVII IMP VIII COS VII P P, Pietas seated left, holding scepter, before child standing right. RIC 236; BMCRE 325; RSC 574 (I do not own these books) Through my ACsearch results I found this sestertius with a similar reverse that added some very interesting information: Not my coin - photo ACseach.info, Harlan J. Berk, Ltd...sold in 2018: Securitas seated l. holding scepter and extending r. hand towards child before her representing the Human Race; star in r. field. The deity on reverse is traditionally described as Pietas but a recently discovered aureus which adds the descriptive legend SEC GEN HVM to the same type (Spink 65, 1988, 246, now coll. Ben Damsky) proves that she is actually Securitas and the child before her presumably the Human Race. The Ben Damsky collection (mentioned above) now resides at Yale University: https://artgallery.yale.edu/sites/default/files/files/coll_cm_bull_2008_damsky.pdf So this inexpensive pickup is a very interesting little coin struck in the last year of the reign of Commodus. Fun investigation and worth the $12 entrance fee. Is Securitas the agreed attribution? Any thoughts?