Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by Bryan Dillard, Aug 12, 2020.
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3rd coin looks like Faustina I....Wife of Antoninus Pius.
2 is probably Lucius Verus, provincial
3 is Faustina II, imperial, perhaps one of the FECVNDITAS types with her kids?
4 is Byzantine, anonymous follis
1. Greek AE (i.e. base metal) coin, probably from Thessaly, Larissa.
2. Roman Provincial AE coin; not sure which city. The bust as well as the letters "AVP..." on the obverse make me think Marcus Aurelius, or maybe Lucius Verus or even Commodus. Should be fully identifiable with some sleuthing.
3. As stated above: Roman Imperial, Faustina AE coin (as, dupondius or sestertius?)
4. Byzantine anonymous follis.
You can google for the IDs above and look at images to narrow it down. Also, the website wildwinds is a splendid resource to identify ancient coins yourself.
If you plan to ask for identifications again, it's very helpful to also provide the diameter and weight of your coins!
EDIT: @Finn235 beat me to it!
@TheFinn and @Orielensis . I would add #4 is a Class I (eye) anonymous follis.
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