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Livilla??, Wife of Drusus, c. 13 BC-AD 31.
∆ Dupondius under Tiberius (28 mm, 14.23 gm). Struck circa 22/3 AD.
Obv: PIETAS, veiled, diademed and draped bust of Livilla as Pietas right.
Rev: DRVSVS CAESAR TI AVGVSTI F TR POT ITER around large S C.
RIC I 43 (Tiberius); BMCRE 98; BN 74; Cohen 1; Sear 1741; Vagi 477.

The identity of this female portrait remains controversial, and has been identified as Livia (RIC, Sear), Livilla (Vagi) and Vipsania (Jasper Burns).
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roscoedaisy  [Jun 10, 2004 at 09:55 AM]
Wow Empress, I have never seen anything quite like that ... anyone recently offer opinions on this one's identity?
EmpressCollector  [Jun 10, 2004 at 10:28 AM]
Jasper Burns offers his Vipsania theory in The Celator 18 (5): p. 6 ff. (May, 2004).
wolfgang336  [Jun 10, 2004 at 01:29 PM]
Portrait is so lifelike!
nugget  [Sep 18, 2006 at 07:51 PM]
Livia wife of Drusus This may help E.C.