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Republic and Imperatorial


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Coins from the Republic and Imperatorial eras

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Mark Antony


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Marcus Antonius beter known as Mark Antony was a member of the Antonia gens. Antony was born in Rome, around 83 BC. His father was Marcus Antonius Creticus, the son of the great rhetorician Marcus Antonius Orator executed by Gaius Marius' supporters in 86 BC. Through his mother, Julia Antonia, he was a distant cousin of Julius Caesar.

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Julio-Claudians 1st Century


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early Imperial and Provincial coins from Augustus to Nero

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Civil War-Vespasian


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The coins of Galba, Otho, Vitellius and Vespasian

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Titus


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Coin of the Emperor Titus

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Domitian


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The coins of Domitian

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Adoptive Emperors to the Constantine Dynasty


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2nd-4th century

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Southern Italian


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Bruttium, Lucania, Calabria, Sicily...

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Greek, Persian & Judaean


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Eastern coins

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Places in and Around Rome


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Places of historical intrest in Rome and Pompeii. I tried to use images that gave a feel for what life might have been like at the end of the Republic and the early Imperial period.

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Artifacts


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SOLD COINS


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Coins that were once mine

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Last additions - Jay GT4's Gallery
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RPC 2405 Vespasian TetradrachmAYT TIT ΦΛAYI OYEΣΠAΣIAN KAIΣ
Head of Vespasian, laureate, right, date LA before neck

ΦΛΑΥΙ ΟΥΕΣΠΑΣΙΑΝΟΣ ΚΑΙΣ
Laureate and cuirassed bust of Titus right with gorgoneion on breast plate

Alexandria, Egypt
1 July - 28 Aug 69 A.D

11.77g

RPC 2405 (6 spec.) Rare!

Ex-CNG e-auction 514, lot 335

The Roman legions in Alexandria proclaimed Vespasian emperor on 1 July 69 A.D. This coin was struck within the two months before the Egyptian new year began on 29 August 69 A.D. A fairly rare type that doesn't come to market often compared with year 2 coins.
6 commentsJay GT4May 05, 2022
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RIC 1508 Vespasian Æ20IMP CAESAR VESPASIAN AVGVST
Laureate head right

PON MAX TR P P P COS VIII CENS; S C low in field
Caduceus, winged, between crossed cornucopiae

Uncertain Asia Minor; "O" mint? Ephesus?

77-78 CE

3.75g; 20mm

RIC 1508 (R2); RPC 1477A (3 specimens)

Ex-Pavlos S. Pavlou

An incredible series from an unknown Eastern mint. Even the denominations are uncertain and classified in RIC as 1. (Large) 11g; 2 (Medium) 8g; 3 (Medium-small)3.5-4g; 4 (Small) 2.5g. RIC simply calls them Mint(s) of Asia Minor (uncertain: Ephesus?) While M. Grant links them to the mysterious "O" mint. Either way, all the bronze coins from this issue are fairly rare. Only 3 specimens in RPC online and 1 in the David Atherton collection of this type.
2 commentsJay GT4Apr 08, 2022
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RIC 1475 Vespasian denariusIMP CAESAR VESPASIANVS AVG
Laureate head right

FIDES PVBL
Hands clasped over caduceus, two poppies and two corn ears

Unknown Eastern "O" mint
76 CE

3.06g

RIC 1475 (R)

Ex-Prados
3 commentsJay GT4Mar 29, 2022
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Persian Gaza, Philistia Obol
Head of Athena to right, wearing crested Attic helmet decorated with three olive leaves and palmette.

AΘE Owl standing right, head facing; to left, olive sprig above Θ; all within incuse square.

Imitating Athens
Gaza, Philistia

Mid 5th century-333 BC.

0.66g, 6mm

Cf. Gitler & Tal V.10O.

Ex-Charachmoba Gym
Jay GT4Mar 29, 2022
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Persian Gaza, Philistia ObolHelmeted head of Athena right

Owl standing right, head facing; in upper left field, olive spray and crescent, AΘE to right.

Imitating Athens.
Gaza, Philistia

Mid 5th century-333 BC.

0.76g, 7mm

Cf. Gitler & Tal X.1O

Ex-Charachmoba Gym
1 commentsJay GT4Mar 29, 2022
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RIC 0003 Titus denariusIMP T CAESAR VESPASIANVS AVG
Laureate head right

CERES AVGVST
Ceres standing left with corn ears, poppy and sceptre

Rome
June 24, 79- July 1, 79 CE

3.26g

RIC 3 (R)

These early undated types are attributed to the few days after Vespasian's death on June 23, 79 CE

Ex-Aegean; Ex-CNG e-auction 509 lot 867 (part of); Ex-Andrew Short collection; Ex-Akropolis coins #289, Jan 30 2020.


2 commentsJay GT4Mar 02, 2022
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RIC 0796 Domitian French MedallionIMP CAES DOMIT AVG GERM COS XVII CENS PER PP
Laureate head right

SC
Triumphal arch, showing two archways surmounted by two elephant quadrigae

French medallion based on RIC 796 (R2)

1968; No 192/500

Massive 69mm! 226g
5 commentsJay GT4Feb 26, 2022
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RIC 0809 (V) Titus QuinariusT CAESAR IMP VESPASIAN
Laureate head right

VICTORIA AVGVST
Victory seated left with wreath and palm

Rome, 75 CE?

1.47g

RIC 809 (R3) die matched to the Sneh coin
Legends begin from high left.

Ex-ANE

From RIC:
"Assigned to this year because there are no dated quinarii of 75, and the appearance of either AVGVST or AVGVSTI on the reverse suggests transition between the earlier series, up to 74 (with AVGVSTI) and later series, 76 onwards (with AVGVST).
6 commentsJay GT4Feb 26, 2022
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RIC 0848 Julia Titi Cistophorus TetradrachmIVLIA AVGVSTA DIVI TITI F
Draped bust of Julia right

VESTA
Vesta seated left, holding Palladium and sceptre

Rome mint for Eastern circulation, 82 AD

10.60g

RIC II 848 (Domitian) (R), RPC II 871, RSC 15, BMCRE Domitian 258; Sear 2914

Rare

Ex-CNG (with tag), Ex-Calgary Coins

Julia was the daughter of Titus and lived with her uncle Domitian as his mistress from 84 AD until her death in 89 AD. Suetonius said she died as a result of an abortion which was forced on her by Domitian. After her death she was deified which is commemorated on this coin.
5 commentsJay GT4Feb 16, 2022
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Judaea First Revolt PrutahW𐤕‎𐤋‎𐤔𐤍𐤕 𐤔
(Year 3) in ancient Hebrew script,
Amphora with broad rim, two handles and conical lid decorated with tiny gloves hanging around edge.

𐤇‬𐤓𐤕 𐤔 𐤉𐤅𐤍
Freedom of Zion in ancient Hebrew, vine leaf on a small branch.

Jerusalem April 68-May 69 CE

3.16g

Hendin New 6392; 1363 old

Ex-Barakat

2 commentsJay GT4Feb 09, 2022
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RIC 0823 VespasianIMP CAESAR VESP AVG COS VI
Laureate head right

SC
Spes standing left with flower

Rome, 75 CE

8.97g

RIC 823 (R)

Ex-Francesco Turi
1 commentsJay GT4Jan 26, 2022
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RIC 0504 Titus semisIMP T CAESAR DIVI VESPAS F AVG
Laureate head right

IVD CAP across field SC in field
Palm tree; to left Judaea seated left; to right, arms and yoke

Eastern mint, Thrace? 80-81 CE after the deification of Vespasian

3.84g

RIC 504 (R); old Hendin 1598; New Hendin 6629

Ex-Numismatik Naumann, Auction 112 lot 1513
2 commentsJay GT4Jan 26, 2022

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RIC 0848 Julia Titi Cistophorus TetradrachmIVLIA AVGVSTA DIVI TITI F
Draped bust of Julia right

VESTA
Vesta seated left, holding Palladium and sceptre

Rome mint for Eastern circulation, 82 AD

10.60g

Sear 2914, RIC II 848 (Domitian) (R), RPC II 871, RSC 15, BMCRE Domitian 258

Rare

Ex-CNG, Ex-Calgary Coins

Julia was the daughter of Titus and lived with her uncle Domitian as his mistress from 84 AD until her death in 89 AD. Suetonius said she died as a result of an abortion which was forced on her by Domitian. After her death she was deified which is commemorated on this coin.
6 commentsJay GT4
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Mark Antony Legionary Denarius LEG III ANT AVG III VIR R P C

galley r. mast with banners at prow

LEG III
legionary eagle between two standards


Patrae mint 32-31BC

3.61g

Legio III Gallica was levied by Julius Caesar around 49 BC, for his civil war against the conservative republicans led by Pompey.

The legion took part in all Julius Caesar's campaigns against his enemies, including the battles of Pharsalus and Munda. Following Caesar's death, III Gallica was integrated in the army of Mark Antony for his campaigns against the Parthians. They were included in the army levied by Fulvia and Lucius Antonius (Antony's wife and brother) to oppose Octavian, but ended by surrendering in Perugia, in the winter of 41 BC. After the battle of Actium and Antony's suicide, the III Gallica was sent again to the East, where they garrisoned the province of Syria.

III Gallica was used in Gnaeus Domitius Corbulo's campaign against the Parthians over the control of Armenia (63). Corbulo's successes triggered emperor Nero's paranoia of persecution and eventually the general was forced to commit suicide. After this, III Gallica is transferred to Moesia province, in the Danube border.
Jay GT4
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Contantine the GreatCONSTANTINVS AVG
laureate bust right

PROVIDENTIAE AVGG
Camp Gate

SMTSE CAMPGATE
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