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ROMAN EMPIRE, Libius Severus AE4 461-465 Rome
Obv: Indistinct Legend
Rev: Monogram
(There is supposed to be a small "c" in the top center of monogram, but there isn't one on this coin [the monogram is actually that of the barbarian Master of Soldiers, Ricimer, the power behind the throne]. I think the absence of the "c" could be attributable to a filled die.)
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pippo72  [Oct 31, 2005 at 05:38 AM]
I think it is a ricimer monogram. Libus severus coin?
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