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Hadrian, 11 August 117 - 10 July 138 A.D.
Hadrian toured Greece, 124 - 125, made a detour to Sicily, and returned to Italy in 126. He left again in 128 to visit Africa. Hadrian returned to Italy in the summer of 128 but his stay was brief and he set off on another tour that would last three years. Hadrian's galley reverse types refer to his travels to the provinces and his safe return.
RB85872. Copper as, RIC II
673d (S), Hunter II
422, BMCRE III
1342, SRCV II
3682, Cohen II
446 var. (no drapery), VF/F, centered on a tight flan
, corrosion, scrapes on reverse
8.824g, maximum diameter
25.4mm, die axis
, c. 125 - 128 A.D.; obverse
, laureate bust
right, slight drapery on left shoulder; reverse COS III
, galley right with rowers; ram, acrostolium
, and vexillum
(or furled sail) at prow; rudder and arched cabin at stern; S C (senatus consulto
) in exergue
Catalog current as of Sunday, April 21, 2019.
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