@arnoldoe Sorry something popped up for school I just saw your post. But I love the challenge! Ok, so I see an imperial coin on the top left. Antoninianus. The pic is too gritty to make out the legend. Nice fool on that one. For emperors if you want to make it hard--I'd say Trajan Decius or Diokletian. Only because of the skinny face. On the top right I see the head of Ancus Marcius. Although, I can't see The legend. It is possible that this could be Marcius Philippus as well. Their faces tend to look alike. Denarius for that one. On the bottom right I see what could be a galley, so most likely it is a C•FONT[EIOUS] denarius. And if I'm not mistaken, there's a janiform on the obverse. Which I believe is the rarer variety for those janiforms that I hate so much. They're just so creepy, the two heads and all. Just my preference. Bottom left I've seen before, common I guess? I forgot the name in full but I think it is a version of the Scipio Africanus denarius from the second or third Punic war. That'll be on the obverse though. The reverse: Zeus in armor, minerva...etc. I just remember the story. He was the only one to defeat Hannibal's army of pesky Phoenicians! Ik: I'll have to check with this one since I'm not 100% sure. I think you got me on this last one.