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   View Categories Home > Catalog > |Roman Coins| > |The Year of 5 Emperors| > |Clodius Albinus| > SH32694
Clodius Albinus, Late 195 or Early 196 - 19 February 197 A.D.
|Clodius| |Albinus|, |Clodius| |Albinus,| |Late| |195| |or| |Early| |196| |-| |19| |February| |197| |A.D.|, The Historia Augusta says of Clodius Albinus, "He was tall of stature, with unkempt curly hair and a broad expanse of brow. His skin was wonderfully white; many indeed think it was from this that he got his name. He had a womanish voice, almost as shrill as a eunuch's. He was easily roused, his anger was terrible, his rage relentless. In his pleasures he was changeable, for he sometimes craved wine and sometimes abstained. He had a thorough knowledge of arms and was not ineptly called the Catiline of his age."
SH32694. Silver denarius, RIC IV 19, BMCRE V 271, RSC III 21, Hunter III 27, SRCV II 6167, gVF, mint luster, iridescent toning, Lugdunum (Lyon, France) mint, weight 2.303g, maximum diameter 17.3mm, die axis 0o, issued as Augustus; obverse IMP CAE D CLO SEP ALB AVG, laureate head right; reverse FIDES LEGION COS II, aquila (legionary eagle) between two legionary standards; rare; SOLD










OBVERSE| LEGENDS|

DCLODIVSALBINCAES
DCLODIVSALBINVSCAES
DCLODSEPTALBINCAES
DCLOSEPALBINCAES
DCLSEPTALBINOCAE
DCLSEPTALBINCAES
IMPCAEDCLOSEPALBAVG
IMPCAEDCLOSEPALBINV
IMPCAESDCLALBINAVG
IMPCAESDCLOALBINAVG
IMPCAESDCLODSEPALBAVG
IMPCAESDCLODSEPTALBINAVG
IMPCAESDCLOSEPALBAVG
IMPCAESDCLOSEPAVG
IMPCDCLOSEPALBINAVG


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