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Coin showing Nero distributing charity to a citizen. c. 64–66.
Roman Empire.  Nero. AD 54-68. AR Denarius (18mm, 3.09 g, 6h). Rome mint. Struck circa AD 66-67. Laureate head right / Jupiter seated left, holding scepter and thunderbolt. RIC I 64; RSC 121. Near VF.
Rare Greek Silver Coins
Aureus of Nero and his mother, Agrippina, circa 54 A.D.
Tiberius Caesar Divi Augusti ... son of the "Divine Augustus." Clementiae ... what does the word suggest?
AE Bronze, posthumous. Roman Coin, Roman Empire, Theodora, second wife of Constantius I., +337 AD. Treveri mint. 337-340 AD. 1,80g. RIC VIII, 143, 65. EF. Price realized 2011: 95 USD.
Head of Tanit-Persephone; Carthage, 260 BC. - The ancient coin search engine
Septimius Severus (193-211 AD), in the Aureus with his wife Julia Domna, and his two sons Caracalla and Geta
Galba AE Sestertius. Obv: IMP SER GALBA AVG TR P, oak-wreathed, draped bust r. Rev.: LIBERTAS PVBLICA S C, Libertas holding pileus and sceptre.