Commodus, A.D. 177-192 AR Denarius Rome mint, A.D. 192 Obv: L AEL AVREL C-OMM AVG P FEL Rev: P M TR P XVII IMP VIII COS VII P P - Victory, advancing left, holding wreath in right hand and palm branch in left; star in left field. RIC 237 16mm. 2.1 g. Note the small size and light weight. I've done a few searches and have found many Commodus denarii as small as 14mm and as light a 2.3g. 2.1g seems awfully light, though. I can find nothing on it to suggest that it is a fouree. So what do you think? Lower end of the normal range, or something funny going on? Clipped maybe?