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As de Adriano

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Caius:
Quiero saber la leyenda de la moneda:

Est es una
http://www.wildwinds.com./coins/ric/hadrian/RIC_0827.jpg

Jay GT4:
I don't think it is Hadrian it may be Claudius.   Probably the restitution issues of Titus or Domitian for Claudius.

curtislclay:
COS is visible at left on rev., so definitely Hadrian As, Rome, 125-8 AD, BM 1337 pl. 82.11, Cohen 298, RIC 664, not in CoinArchives or Wildwinds:

HADRIANVS AVGVSTVS, bust laureate r.

COS III S - C, Minerva fighting r.

Caius:

--- Quote from: curtislclay on July 10, 2009, 07:14:08 pm ---COS is visible at left on rev., so definitely Hadrian As, Rome, 125-8 AD, BM 1337 pl. 82.11, Cohen 298, RIC 664, not in CoinArchives or Wildwinds:

HADRIANVS AVGVSTVS, bust laureate r.

COS III S - C, Minerva fighting r.

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Thank you!!!!!!!  ;)

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