, April to 1 June 193 - March, April or May 194 A.D., Ancient Counterfeit
was declared emperor by his troops after the murder of . , after consolidating his own forces and taking Rome, marched upon Niger and defeated him three times. After a fourth in a final defeat at Issus, Niger fled towards but was overtaken and executed.RS84163. silver plated , cf. 70c (solid silver, official, Antioch mint), , pierced, 2.194 g, maximum 20.2 mm, 180o, unofficial counterfeiter mint, IMP CAE PESC NIGER AV (or similar), laureate right; (to eternal Rome), seated left on throne, wearing in military attire, in right hand, spear vertical behind in left, round behind resting at base of spear; $215.00 (Ä191.35)
, Late 195 or Early 196 - 19 February 197 A.D.
was the goddess of luck, fortune, and fate. She might bring luck, or bad. This coin was dedicated to Reduci in the hope that she would safely return to Rome. Apparently she wasn't impressed. Despite being and consul when this coin was struck, Clodius remained in Britain. In 195 A.D., after consolidating his position, Septimius declared Clodius a public enemy. After Clodius was defeated in 197 A.D., his body, along with the bodies of his wife and children, were thrown into the Rhone at . Only his returned to Rome - sent as a warning to others who might oppose Septimius.RB77426. , 53a (R), III 17, 533, 34, 6150, - (p. xliii), aF, 17.522 g, maximum 27.8 mm, 180o, Rome mint, as , 194 - 195A.D.; D CL SEPT ALBIN , right; REDVCI , seated left, holding tiller of rudder set on globe with right hand, in left hand, wheel under seat, S C ( ) in ; ; $160.00 (Ä142.40)
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