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40 viewsAntoninus Pius - Denarius - 161 A.D. (minted under Marcus Aurelius and Lucius Verus) - Mint of Rome
Ob.: DIVVS ANTONINVS; bare head right
Rev.: CONSECRATIO; Eagle right, head left
gs. 3,1 mm. 17,5
Cohen 154, RIC 429
Maxentius
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65 viewsMARCVS AVRELIVS - Denarius - Minted under Antoninus Pius -148/149 A.D.
Obv.:AVRELIVS CAESAR AVG PII F, bare head right
Rev.: TR POT III COS II, Minerva standing right, holding spear & hand resting upon shield.
Gs. 3 mm. 18,5
Cohen 618, RIC 438b (Pius)
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181 viewsAntoninus Pius, AD 138-161
AE – Sestertius
Rome, 145-161 AD
Head, laureate, r.
ANTONINVS PIVS PP TR P
Pax standing l., setting fire with torch to heap of arms and holding cornucopiae
COS IIII, PAX AVG in field, SC in exergue
RIC 777
C
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105 viewsAntoninus Pius, AD 138-161
AE – Sestertius
Rome, 145-161 AD
Head, laureate, r.
ANTONINVS PIVS PP TR P
Pax standing l., setting fire with torch to heap of arms and holding cornucopiae
COS IIII, PAX AVG in field, SC in exergue
RIC 777
C
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29 viewsAlexandrea, Egypt;147–148 Obv. laureate-headed bust
of Antoninus Pius wearing cuirass & paludamentum, r.
Obverse inscription ΑΥΤ Κ Τ ΑΙΛ ΑΔΡ ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΟΣ
ΣΕΒ ΕΥΣ Rev. Isis Pharia standing, r., holding sail &
sistrum Rev.inscription L ΕΝΔΕΚΑΤΟΥ
AE34 mm Ave. weight 24.31 g Coin #167
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51 viewsAntoninus Pius - AE Dupondius

Roman Empire
Emperor Antoninus Pius. 138 - 161 AD. AE-Dupondius. Rome Mint.

obv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P IMP II - Radiate head of Antoninus Pius right
rev: TR POT XIX COS IIII - Annona seated right, holding cornucopia; at feet, modius.
'S C' below, in exergue.

25.83mm, 11.80g.
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33 viewsAntoninus Pius
Empress Faustina Sr.(138-141 AD)
Wife of Emperor Antoninus Pius (138 - 161 AD)

Bronze Dupondius or As, Most Likely an As.
Rome Mint

obv: DIVA FAVSTINA - Draped bust right
rev: AETERNITAS - Aeternitas seated left on starry globe, right hand outstretched, left hand holding sceptre. SC in exergue.

11.0 Grams
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32 viewsEmpress Faustina Sr.(138-141 AD)
Wife of Emperor Antoninus Pius (138 - 161 AD)

Bronze Dupondius or As, Most Likely an As.
Rome Mint

obv: DIVA FAVSTINA - Draped bust right
rev: AETERNITAS - Aeternitas seated left on starry globe, right hand outstretched, left hand holding sceptre. SC in exergue.

11.0 Grams
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32 viewsAntoninus Pius - AE Dupondius

Roman Empire
Emperor Antoninus Pius. 138 - 161 AD. AE-Dupondius. Rome Mint.

obv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P IMP II - Radiate head of Antoninus Pius right
rev: TR POT XIX COS IIII - Annona seated right, holding cornucopia; at feet, modius.
'S C' below, in exergue.

25.83mm, 11.80g.
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17 viewsANTONINUS PIUS
Sestertius 152-153 AD
32.4mm, 23.3 grams

OBV: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XVII, laureate head right
REV: INDVLGENTIA AVG COS IIII, Indulgentia seated left, extending hand & holding Scepter.
SC below.
RIC- III – 914
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9 viewsANTONINUS PIUS
Sestertius 145-161 A.D.
30.5 mm, 22.2 grams

OBV: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TRP COS IIII, laureate head right.
REV: LIBERALITAS AVG V, Liberalitas standing left,holding account-board and cornucopiae.
S-C in field
RIC- III -776
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35 viewsANTONINUS PIUS
Sestertius. 153-154 AD
33.2mm, 22 grams

OBV: ANTONINVS AVG PI VS P P TR P XVII, laureate head right.
REV: LIBERTAS COS III, Libertas standing right, holding pileus and extending right hand.
S-C across field.
RI- III-916a
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48 viewsMarcus Aurelius. Silver Denarius (3.62 g), as Caesar, AD 138-161. Rome, under Antoninus Pius, AD 148/9. AVRELIVS CA-ESAR AVG PII F, bare head of Marcus Aurelius right. Reverse: TR POT III COS II, Minerva standing right, holding inverted spear and grounded shield. RIC 444; BMC 683; RSC 618. Ex: Seaby Coin and Medal Bulletin, October 1975, lot A-805.1 commentspaul1888
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17 Antoninus Pius RIC 20421 viewsANTONINUS PIUS
Denarius, Rome 138-161 AD
M ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XXIII, laur. head right / COS IIII, Annona standing left, stalks of grain in right, left placed on modius on ship
RIC 204 BMC 765 RSC 288
Ex Artifact Man Ancient Coins
RI0077
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17 Antoninus Pius, Hieraopolis-Castabala14 viewsANTONINUS PIUS
AE18 of Hierapolis-Castabala, Cilicia, (3.6g)
138–161 AD
Laureate head of Antoninus Pius, r. / Eagle standing on club, l., ΙΕΡΟΠΟΛΕΙΤΩΝ
Robert 51, BMC 7
RI0079
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17 Antoninus Pius26 viewsANTONINUS PIUS
AE Sestertius, 152-153 AD
ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XVI, laureate head right / SALVS AVG COS IIII S-C, Salus standing feeding snake arising from altar.
RIC 906, Cohen 732, BMC 1925
This coin looks like someone hit it with brass polish (not me!) but I like how you can see the true color of the metal. It's also a hefty coin that's fun to hold.
RI0081
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17 Antoninus Pius18 viewsANTONINUS PIUS
AR Denarius.
ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P, bare head right / TR POT COS II, modius with grain-ears & poppy.
RSC 874a RIC 58
RI0078
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17 Antoninus Pius25 viewsANTONINUS PIUS
AR Denarius, 3.6g
ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XIIII, laureate bearded head right / COS IIII, Fortuna standing left with rudder & cornucopia
RIC 194, RSC 265.
RI0076
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17 Antoninus Pius61 viewsAntoninus Pius. A.D. 138-161. Æ sestertius (34.0 mm, 25.29 g, 11 h). Rome mint, Struck A.D. 145-161. ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TR P COS IIII, laureate head right / FELICITAS AVG, SC, Felicitas standing left, holding capricorn and long caduceus. RIC 770; BMCRE 1677. aVF.
Ex 1030, sale 53, lot 106. Ex- Dave Surber Collection.
Ex Agora Auction 28, lot 87
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17 Antoninus Pius AE22 of N&I15 viewsANTONINUS PIUS
AE22 Nicopolis ad Istrum
Bare head r, AV T AI ADRIA ANTONEINOS / Artemis alone, moving slightly and facing r., pulling arrow from quiver with her r. and holding bow in her l. hand, NEIKOPO LEITON. No magistrate's name.
Pick AMNG I, 1, no. 1222; HrHJ (2012) 8.6.13.3
Thanks to FORVM Members slokind and Jochen for their help attributing this coin
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17 Antoninus Pius As34 viewsANTONINUS PIUS
Rome Mint
AE As.
147-148 AD.
ANTONINVS PIVS P P TR P XI, Laureate head right / PRIMI DECEN NALES COS IIII S C, Legend in five lines within oak wreath.
RIC III, 853a; Cohen 676; BMC 817, RIC 853a
RI0075
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Antoninus Pius 131-168 CE26 viewsSilver denarius, RSC II 155, RIC III 430, VF, Rome mint, 2.8 g, 18.4mm, 161 CE Obverse: DIVVS ANTONININVS, Bare head right.
Reverse: CONSECRATIO, eagle standing right on altar head turned.
NORMAN K
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Antoninus Pius 138 – 161 CE26 viewsSilver denarius, RIC III 276, RSC II 1037, Rome mint, 2.4g, 16.8mm, 157-158 CE.
Obverse: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P IMP II, laureate head right.
Reverse: TR POT XXI COS IIII, Aequitas standing left holding balance and cornucopia.
Rome Mint
NORMAN K
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Antoninus Pius As Sow suckling young590 viewsAntoninus Pius Æ As. 143-144 AD. ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III, laureate head right / IMPERATOR II S-C, Sow seated right under helm-oak, suckling four young, another before, SC in ex. RIC 733, Cohen 450, BMC 1624 ancientone
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Diva Faustina Senior, wife of Antoninus Pius. Died 141 CE. 31 viewsAR Denarius (3.35 gm). 18.5 mm.
Obverse: DIVA FAVSTINA, draped bust right.
Reverse: C-E-RES, Ceres, veiled, standing left, holding long torch and grain ears. RIC III 378 (Antoninus); BMCRE 461 (Antoninus); RSC 136.
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IMPERATOR II (Winged caduceus between crossed cornucopiae)23 viewsDenarius, Rome AD 140-144, 15 mm
Obverse: Laureate head right, ANTONINVS AVG.PIVS P.P.TR.P.COS.III, Reverse: Winged caduceus between crossed cornucopiae, IMPERATOR II,
References: RSC 451; RIC 112
Podiceps
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Laodicea ad Mare; Antonius Pius19 viewsAntoninus Pius Æ 25mm of Laodicea ad Mare. Dated year 188=140-141 AD. AVTO KAI TI AILI ADPI ANTWNEINOC CEB, laureate & draped bust left / IOVLIEWN TWN KAI LAODIKEWN, bust of Tyche as city goddess left, wearing headdress of gateway, turret, lighthouse and walls; KO to left, HP P to right (date).ecoli
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Marcus Aurelius Antoninus “Elagabalus”, 218-222 CE.13 viewsElagabalus, 16 May 218 - 11 March 222 A.D., Markianopolis, Moesia Inferior
Bronze AE
Varbanov 1384, VF, Markianopolis mint, 2.0g, 16mm,
Obverse: AΥT K M AΥΡ ANTΩNINOC, laureate head right.
Reverse:MAΡKIANOΠOΛITΩN, bunch of grapes.
NORMAN K
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98 viewsROME. Antoninus Pius. AD 138-161.
PB Tessera (22mm, 5.09 g, 11 h)
The Lighthouse of Portus
ANT
Rostowzew 64, fig. 2; Kircheriano 66

Possibly ex Trau collection.

The Lighthouse of Portus was restored during the reign of Antoninus Pius. This tessera was likely distributed during the ceremony.
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24 viewsROME
PB Tessera (19mm, 3.15 g, 12 h)
Togate priest standing left, holding patera
Modius with three grain ears, A C flanking
Rostowzew 1571 var. (size, no modius)

AC may stand for “Antoninus Caesar”, thereby making the togate figure the emperor in the guise of Pontifex Maximus. The presence of a modius also suggests a relation to the annona, implying a reading of “Annona Caesaris.”
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21 viewsAntoninus Pius. AD 138-161
PB As (28mm, 16.41 g, 12 h)
Western Europe (Spain?). Cast copying a Rome mint issue of AD 157-158
Laureate head right
Annona standing left, resting left foot on prow, holding modius and rudder; S C flanking
Cf. RIC III 997a

Found in Spain
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24 viewsAntoninus Pius. AD 138-161
Fourrée Denarius Core (18mm, 2.02 g, 12 h)
Copying an uncertain issue of the Rome mint
Laureate head right
Uncertain diety standing facing, head right
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107 viewsROME. temp. Hadrian-Antoninus Pius. Circa AD 120-161
Æ Quadrans (16mm, 2.94 g, 7h)
Rome mint
Petasus
Winged caduceus; S C flanking
Weigel 18; RIC II 32; Cohen 36

Weigel reconsiders the anonymous quadrantes as a cohesive group. The seriesportrays a pantheon of eleven deities: Jupiter, Minerva, Roma, Neptune, Tiber, Mars, Venus, Apollo, Mercury, Bacchus/Liber, and Hercules. Types are primarily a portrait of the god, with an attribute on the reverse and are usually influenced by (but not directly copied from) earlier designs, primarily from the Republic. He updates the series to the reigns of Hadrian and Antoninus.
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55 viewsROME. temp. Domitian-Antoninus Pius. Circa AD 81-160
Æ Quadrans (16mm, 3.99 g, 12 h)
Rome mint
Griffin seated left, paw on wheel
Tripod; S C flanking
Weigel 15; RIC II 28; Cohen 38

Weigel reconsiders the anonymous quadrantes as a cohesive group. The seriesportrays a pantheon of eleven deities: Jupiter, Minerva, Roma, Neptune, Tiber, Mars, Venus, Apollo, Mercury, Bacchus/Liber, and Hercules. Types are primarily a portrait of the god, with an attribute on the reverse and are usually influenced by (but not directly copied from) earlier designs, primarily from the Republic. He updates the series to the reigns of Hadrian and Antoninus.
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS28 views138 - 161 AD
AE SESTERTIUS 32 mm 24.44 g
O: LAUR HEAD R
R: HONOS, TOGATE, STANDING L HOLDING BRANCH AND CORUNCOPIA
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS22 views138 - 161 AD
Struck 148-149 AD
AE As 24 mm 9.24 g
O: LAUR HEAD R
R: ELELPHANT, RIGHT COS IIII IN EXE.
(REV. TYPE REFERS TO GAMES CELEBRATING 900TH ANNIVERSARY OF ROME)
ROME
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS37 viewsAugust 138 - 7 March 161 A.D., Nikopolis ad Istrum, Moesia Inferior
AE 21 mm 5.57 g
O: Laureate head right
R: Apollo Sauroktonos (the lizard-slayer) standing right, left knee bent, resting hand on tree on which lizard climbs
Nikopolis ad Istrum, Moesia Inferior
Varbanov 2111 Rare
(naming governor Zeno)

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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS31 views138 - 161 AD
SILVER-PLATED DENARIUS (FOUREE) 2.70 g 17 mm
O: COS ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P III
BARE HEAD RIGHT
(P P = 139 AD, COS III = 140 AD)
R: HO-N-OS
HONOS, TOGATE, STANDING L HOLDING BRANCH AND CORNUCIPIAE
Reverse cf. BMC 41, 264; RIC 79, 422; Cohen 235, 236.
Minted under Antoninus Pius for Marcus Aurelius as Caesar in Rome, 140 - 144 AD
(mismatching dies in silverplated denarii is not uncommon)
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS18 views138 - 161 AD
AE 23 X 25.5 mm 12.40 g
O: Laureate and draped bust right, seen from behind
R: Poseidon standing left, right foot on prow, holding dolphin and trident.
Phoenicia, Berytus
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS55 views138 - 161 AD
AE 25 mm 11.68 g
O: Laureate and draped bust right, seen from behind
R: COL BER Poseidon standing left, right foot on prow, holding dolphin and trident.
Phoenicia, Berytus
Rouvier 593; cf. SNG Copenhagen 102; BMC 104-7
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS26 views138 - 161 AD
AE 18 mm 3.05 g
O: ANTWN KAICAP CEB Draped bust right
R:[ DHMHT] NEIKO, Demeter standing with sceptre and grain ears
BITHYNIA, NIKOPOLIS
Waddington, RG 50; SNG von Aulock 744
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS39 views138 - 161 AD
Struck 140-144 AD.
AE As 27 mm 9.35 g
O: IMP CAES T AEL HADR ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P, laureate head right
R: TR POT XIIII COS IIII S-C, ANNONA AVG in ex. Annona seated left, holding corn ears and cornucopia, modius to left
RIC III, 880; Cohen 49
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS26 views138 - 161 AD
AE 30.5 mm; 18.79 g
O: AVT AI ADRIAN - ANTWNEINOC, laureate head r.
R: NEIKOPO - LEITWN / PROC ICTRW, Zeus enthroned l., resting wih l. hand on sceptre and holding with extended r. hand patera over burning altar.
Nikopolis ad Istrum
ref. a) not in AMNG
b) not in Varbanov
c) Hristova/Hoeft/Jekov (2015) 8.6.1.2 var (vs bare head and ICTR)
Rare
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS18 views138 - 161 AD
AE 26.5 mm, 8.57 g
O: Laureate head right
R: Annona seated left, holding corn ears and cornucopiae, modius to left
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS21 views138-161 AD
AE 27.3 mm 10.57 g
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS18 views138 - 161 AD
Struck 155-156 AD
AE As 23..5 mm 10.47 g
O: Laureate head right
R: Annona seated right, modius at foot, and holding coruncopia with both hands
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS16 views138-161 AD
Struck 139 AD
AE As 27 mm, 8.91 g
O: Laureate head right
R: Fortuna standing left holding cornucopia and rudder, S-C
Rome
RIC 533b
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS23 views138 - 161 AD
AE SESTERTIUS 31.5 mm 24.08 g
O: LAUR HEAD R
R: ANNONA STANDING R HOLDING CORNUCOPIA AND GRAIN EAR OVER MODIUS, PROW TO R
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS30 views138 - 161 AD
AE As 26 mm, 8.17 g
O: Laureate bust right
R: Annona standing facing, head right, holding modius on cippus in right hand, branch in left hand, basket of fruit to right, S-C
Rome
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS29 views138 - 161 AD
struck 145-161 ad
AE Dupondius 23.5 mm, 7.75 g
O: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TR P COS IIII Radiate head right
R: SALVS AVG S-C Salus standing left feeding snake coiled around altar, and holding rudder upright
RIC809
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS30 views138 - 161 AD
AE 23 mm, 11.35 g
O: Radiate bust right
R: Providential standing left raising hand over globe and holding scepter/ S-C
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS22 views138 - 161 AD
AE 23 mm; 8.11 g
O:Laureate head right
R: Bust of Tyche as city goddess left, wearing headdress of gateway, turret, lighthouse and walls
Syria, Laodicea ad Mare
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS25 views138 - 161 AD
AE 24 mm, 9.50 g
O ΑΥΤΟ ΚΑΙ ΤΙΤ ΑΙΛ Α∆ΡΙ − ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΟC CΕΒ (or similar), laureate bust right;
R: ΘΕΑCCΥΡΙ / ΑC ΙΕΡΟΠΟ (or similar) /A or D, all within laurel wreath
Hieropolis, Cyrrhestica, Syria
cf. BMC Syria p. 141, 19; RPC online 6976; SNG Hunterian II 2674; Butcher 17; SNG Cop 53 var.
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS16 views138 - 161 AD
AE 22 mm max., 10.16 g
O: Laureate, draped bust right.
R: Large SC, E below, all within laurel wreath
Syria, Antioch
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS18 views138 - 161 AD
AE 12.5 mm; 2.10 g
O: Head right
R: Crescent with star of eight rays between horns
Syria, Decapolis, Petra
cf. Spijkerman # 18, pl.49.
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS23 views138 - 161 AD
25 mm, 8.29 g
O: ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙСΑΡ ΑΔΡΙ ΑΝΤΩΝΙΝοС СƐΒΑ laureate head of Antoninus Pius, r.
R: СƐΛƐVΚΩΝ Τ Π ΚΑΛΥ Τ ΙƐΡ ΑС ΑΥΤ Athena standing, l., holding Nike, resting arm on shield
Seleucia ad Calycadnum, Cilicia
Ref: RPC IV Online 4033 corr. (spear) (same die as pictured RPC 4033)
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS13 views138 - 161 AD
Æ 25 mm, 7.00 g
O: Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Antoninus Pius right; c/m: bust right within circular incuse
R: Turreted and draped bust of Tyche left.
Syria, Seleucis and Pieria, Laodicea ad Mare.
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS18 views138-161 AD
Æ Semis 18.5 mm max; 3.85 g
O: Laureate bust right
R: S • C, eagle below (with head turned left), D above; all within laurel wreath.
cf McAlee 563 (d)
Antioch mint
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS13 views138-161 AD
AE 19 mm, 3.95 g
O: Bare head right
R: Ares, helmeted, standing left, holding spear and shield
Thrace, Philippopolis
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS31 views138 - 161 AD
Struck 140 - 144 AD
AE Sestertius 31/32 mm, 27.79 g
O: Laureate head right
R: --COS III" She-wolf in cave standing right with head left, suckling the twins Romulus and Remus, S-C in ex
(struck to commemorate 900th year of founding of Rome)
Rome mint ;, RIC III 603b Banti 86. (scarce)
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS15 views138-161 AD
Struck 150/151AD
AE As 27.5 mm max., 10.19 g
O. IMP CAES T AEL HADR ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P, Laureate head right.
R. TR POT XIIII COS IIII / S-C, Annona seated left, holding corn ears over modius and cornucopiae; ANNONA AVG in exergue.
Rome mint; RIC 880.
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS13 views138-161 AD
Struck 140 – 141 AD
AE 24.5 mm, 9.54 g
O: Laureate and draped bust left.
R:Bust of Tyche as city goddess left, wearing headdress of gateway, turret, lighthouse and walls; KO to left, HP P to right (date).
SYRIA, Seleucis and Pieria, Laodikea ad Mare mint; cf BMC 64
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS9 views138 - 161 AD
AE 19.6 X 21 mm; 4.64 g
struck ca. 144-158
O: [ΑV ΤΙ ΑΙ ΑΔΡ ΑΝΤΩΝ]ƐΙΝΟС laureate head of Antoninus Pius, r.
R: ƐΠΙ СΤΡ ΚοV[ΑΡΤοV ΤΟ Β ΠƐΡΓ(Α)] Asclepius standing, facing, head, l., holding serpent-staff
Conventus of Pergamum; RPC 3192 temp.;cf. Weisser 580, Cop 482-3, BMC 280

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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS10 views138 - 161 AD
Ae 21.3 mm, 8.18 g
O: ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙ ΑΔΡΙ ΑΝΤωΝΙΝΟС bare head of Antoninus Pius, r.
R: ΤΟΜΙΤΩΝ Η ΜΗΤΡΟΠ Tyche standing, l., holding rudder and cornucopia
Moesia Inferior, Tomi; RPC IV Number 4402 (temporary); AMNG 2637
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS14 views138 - 161 AD
Struck 155-156 AD
AE As 23 mm 10.48 g
O: Laureate head right
R: Annona seated right, modius at foot, and holding coruncopia with both hands
laney
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS10 views138 - 161 AD
Struck 155-156 AD
AE As 27 mm 11 g
O: Laureate head right
R: Annona seated right, modius at foot, and holding coruncopia with both hands
laney
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS5 views138-161 AD
Æ Dupondius 24.5 mm, 10.56 g
O: Radiate head right
R: Annona standing facing, head left, holding grain ears and rudder
Rome mint
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS6 views138-161 AD
Æ 26.5 mm, 9.58 g
O: Laureate head right
R: Annona standing facing, head left, holding grain ears and rudder
Rome mint
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS (as Caesar)28 views138 - 161 AD
Struck 138 AD (as Caesar)
AE 27 mm 10.75 g
O: IMP T AELIVS CAESAR ANTONINVS , laureate head right
R: TRIB POT COS S-C , Clasped hands holding grain ears & caduceus
RIC II 1088
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS--ALEXANDRIA58 views138 - 161 AD
Struck 144 - 145 AD
AE 31.5 mm 20.02 g
Antoninus Pius/Sphinx
Obv. Laur head of Antoninus Pius R
Rev. Sphinx crowned with horns, disk and plumes, seated R, paw on wheel
Alexandria, Egypt
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS--ALEXANDRIA80 views138 - 161 AD
BI TETRADRACHM 24 mm 13.38 g
O: Laureate head right
R: Serapis standing l., head r., Cerberus at his feet
Alexandria, Roman Provincial Egypt
Emmett 1428, Rare (R3/5); bust var. of Dattari 2364, BM 982, Cologne 1794.

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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS--DIONYSOPOLIS37 views138 - 161 AD
AE 17 mm 4.35 g
O: [CEB}A[C]T[OY]
HEAD RIGHT
R: DIONYCOPOLEITWN
FLAMING TORCH
DIONYSOPOLIS, MOESIA
AMNG 372
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS--EPIRUS23 views138 - 161 AD
AE 16.5 mm; 2.78 g
O: Laureate head of Antoninus Pius, r.
R: Α with curved crossbar, within wreath, legend surrounding wreath
Epirus, Nicopolis
Ref: Oikonomidou 25, BMC 25; or Oikonomidou 16-23, 26 and 28-9
d.s.
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS--FORTUNA34 views138 - 161 AD
AE As 27.5 mm 8.50 g
O: LAUR HEAD R
R: FORTUNA STANDING L HOLDING RUDDER AND CORNUCOPIAE, S/C
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS--Seleucia ad Calycadnum16 views138 - 161 AD
25 mm, 8.29 g
O: ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙСΑΡ ΑΔΡΙ ΑΝΤΩΝΙΝοС СƐΒΑ laureate head of Antoninus Pius, r.
R: СƐΛƐVΚΩΝ Τ Π ΚΑΛΥ Τ ΙƐΡ ΑС ΑΥΤ Athena standing, l., holding Nike, resting arm on shield
Seleucia ad Calycadnum, Cilicia
Ref: RPC IV Online 4033 corr. (spear) (same die as pictured RPC 4033)
laney
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(0138) FAUSTINA I45 views(wife of Antoninus Pius)
(AUGUSTA 138 - 141 AD)
POSTHUMOUS--STRUCK AFTER 141 AD
AE 28 mm 10.21 g
O: DIVA AVGVSTA FAVSTINA, draped & diademed bust right
R: AETERNITAS S-C, Providentia standing left, holding globe and scepter.
RIC 1163 a; Cohen 37.
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(0138) FAUSTINA I22 views(wife of Antoninus Pius)
FAUSTINA I
Ca. 100 - 141 AD
AE SESTERTIUS 35 mm 18.36 g
O: DIAD DR BUST R
R: AETERNITAS SEATED LEFT, HOLDING SCEPTER AND PHOENIX ON GLOBE
laney
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(0138) FAUSTINA I20 views(wife of Antoninus Pius)
FAUSTINA SR
ca. 100 - 141 AD
POSTHUMOUS ISSUE
AE 29.5 mm 10.02 g
OBBUST R
R: AETERNITAS SEATED L HOLDING SCEPTER AND PHOENIX ON GLOBE
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(0138) FAUSTINA I24 views(wife of Antoninus Pius)
FAUSTINA SR.
d. ca. 141 AD
AE 27 mm 12.43 g
O: DIVA FAVSTINA
DRAPED BUST RIGHT
R: AETER[NITAS] SC
JUNO STANDING FACINGM, HEAD LEFT, RAISING RIGHT HAND AND HOLDING SCEPTER
COHEN 29
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(0138) FAUSTINA I34 views(wife of Antoninus Pius)
FAUSTINA SR.
d.141 AD
AE As 25.5 mm 9.57 g
O: DIVA AVG FAVSTINA
R: AETERNITAS S C
AETERNITAS STANDING LEFT, ALTAR AT FEET

UNLISTED (Not in RIC with this obv. legend)
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(0161)MARCUS AURELIUS, as Caesar27 views161 - 180 ad) (as Augustus)
138 - 161 (as Caesar)
Struck 145 AD, as Caesar under Antoninus Pius
AE As 26 mm 10.01 g
O: AVRELIVS CAESAR AVG PII F COS II, bare head r.
Rome, cf. RIC 1260
R: HILARITAS, Hilaritas standing front, head l., with palm and cornucopia; in field S - C.
laney
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*Lydia, Nysa. Marcus Aurelius. Regling, Nysa 86 37 viewsÆ23. Lydia, Nysa. Marcus Aurelius (Caesar AD 136–161; Emperor 161–180), laureate head to r., cuirassed bust with paludamentum, back to viewer. ΑΥ ΚΑΙ ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΟC or "Imperator Caesar Antoninus" Rev., Zeus seated, holding patera and long scepter. ΕΠ ΓΡ ΑΣΙΑΤΙΚΟΥ Κ[ΟΡΝ] ΝΥΣΑ[ΕΩΝ]. Asiatikos Korn(eliou), grammateus. Regling, Nysa 86; RPC IV (temporary №) 1455. Ex Collegium Josephinum Bonn 1-9-2010.

Same dies as RPC IV specimen: http://rpc.ashmus.ox.ac.uk/coins/1455/

*Note: Made a slight adjustment to image for brightness, contrast, and intensity.
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*SOLD*40 viewsAntoninus Pius AE/AS

Attribution: Unpublished variety of PIETAS AVG As
Date: AD 145-147
Obverse: ANTONINVS AVG-PIVS PP TRP COS IIII, laureate, cuirassed, and draped bust r.
Reverse: PI-E-TAS AVG, Pietas stg l. holding patera in r. hand, l. arm in fold of dress,
S-C across fields
Size: 25mm
Weight: 10.4 grams
Noah
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*SOLD*17 viewsAntoninus Pius AE/As

Attribution: RIC III, 1024
Date: AD 158-159
Obverse: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TR P XXII, laureate head r.
Reverse: FORTVNA OBSEQENS, Fortuna standing l. holding patera and rudder set on a prow in r. hand cornucopia in l., S-C across fields, COS IIII in exergue
Size: 23 mm
Weight: 10.21 grams
Noah
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*SOLD*18 viewsAntoninus Pius Copper As

Attribution: RIC III 860a, scarce
Date: AD 148-149
Obverse: AVG PIVS P P TR P XII, laureate head r.
Reverse: FELICITAS AVG, COS III, Felicitas stg facing, head l., long caduceus in r., grain(?) in l., S-C across field
Size: 28.8 mm
Weight: 9.75 grams
ex-Forvm
Noah
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-Syria, Commagene, Zeugma. Antoninus Pius AE2422 viewsObv: laureate head of Antoninus Pius, r.
Rev: temple with four columns; before, colonnaded peribolos containing grove; all in laurel wreath.
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0 - Antoninus Pius Silver Didrachm of Caearea, Cappadocia - Pietas standing w/ Altar32 views~
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Ancient Roman Empire
Emperor Antoninus Pius ( 138 - 161 AD )
Silver Didrachm (two drachmai) of Caesarea, Cappadocia.

(titles in Greek)
obv: Bare headed bust of Antoninus Pius facing right, draped and cuirassed. Seen from Behind.
rev: Pietas, unveiled, standing left, raising right hand over lighted altar and holding open box in left hand.

Weight: 5.9 Grams.
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0 - Caracalla - Antioch, Syria Tetradrachm #1.25 viewsAncient Roman Empire
Emperor Caracalla (198 -217 AD)
Silver Tetradrachm of Antioch, Syria. - #1
Fourth group, 214-217 AD, First Issue, no 'Delta E' on rev.

(titles in Greek)
obv: Laureate head of Emperor right.
rev: Eagle standing on leg and thigh of sacrificial animal. Head right, tail right, wings spread, holding wreath in beak.

Weight: 12.0 Grams,
Diameter: 27mm.
~Flan crack @ 2 o'clock obverse/ 10 o'clock reverse~
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Ex Sphinx Numismatics
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0 - Caracalla - Antioch, Syria Tetradrachm #1. 26 viewsAncient Roman Empire
Emperor Caracalla (198 -217 AD)
Silver Tetradrachm of Antioch, Syria. - #1
Fourth group, 214-217 AD, First Issue, no 'Delta E' on rev.

(titles in Greek)
obv: Laureate head of Emperor right.
rev: Eagle standing on leg and thigh of sacrificial animal. Head right, tail right, wings spread, holding wreath in beak.

Weight: 12.0 Grams,
Diameter: 27mm.
~Flan crack @ 2 o'clock obverse/ 10 o'clock reverse~
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Ex Sphinx Numismatics
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0 - Caracalla - Antioch, Syria Tetradrachm #318 views Ancient Roman Empire
Emperor Caracalla (198 - 217 AD)
Silver Tetradrachm of Antioch, Syria. - #3

(titles in Greek)
obv: Laureate bust right.
rev: Eagle standing on leg and thigh of sacrificial animal. Head right, tail right, wings spread, holding wreath in beak.

Weight: 13.48 Grams
Size: 30 mm x 28 mm
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0 - Caracalla - Antioch, Syria Tetradrachm #311 viewsAncient Roman Empire
Emperor Caracalla (198 - 217 AD)
Silver Tetradrachm of Antioch, Syria. - #3

(titles in Greek)
obv: Laureate bust right.
rev: Eagle standing on leg and thigh of sacrificial animal. Head right, tail right, wings spread, holding wreath in beak.

Weight: 13.48 Grams
Size: 30 mm x 28 mm
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0 - Caracalla - Antioch, Syria Tetradrachm #311 viewsAncient Roman Empire
Emperor Caracalla (198 - 217 AD)
Silver Tetradrachm of Antioch, Syria. - #3

(titles in Greek)
obv: Laureate bust right.
rev: Eagle standing on leg and thigh of sacrificial animal. Head right, tail right, wings spread, holding wreath in beak.

Weight: 13.48 Grams
Size: 30 mm x 28 mm
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0 - Caracalla - Antioch, Syria Tetradrachm #39 viewsAncient Roman Empire
Emperor Caracalla (198 - 217 AD)
Silver Tetradrachm of Antioch, Syria. - #3

(titles in Greek)
obv: Laureate bust right.
rev: Eagle standing on leg and thigh of sacrificial animal. Head right, tail right, wings spread, holding wreath in beak.

Weight: 13.48 Grams
Size: 30 mm x 28 mm
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0 - Caracalla - Antioch, Syria Tetradrachm #3 .7 viewsAncient Roman Empire
Emperor Caracalla (198 - 217 AD)
Silver Tetradrachm of Antioch, Syria. - #3

(titles in Greek)
obv: Laureate bust right.
rev: Eagle standing on leg and thigh of sacrificial animal. Head right, tail right, wings spread, holding wreath in beak.

Weight: 13.48 Grams
Size: 30 mm x 28 mm
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0 - Caracalla - Antioch, Syria Tetradrachm #3 .7 viewsAncient Roman Empire
Emperor Caracalla (198 - 217 AD)
Silver Tetradrachm of Antioch, Syria. - #3

(titles in Greek)
obv: Laureate bust right.
rev: Eagle standing on leg and thigh of sacrificial animal. Head right, tail right, wings spread, holding wreath in beak.

Weight: 13.48 Grams
Size: 30 mm x 28 mm
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Emperor Caracalla (212 - 217) Antioch, Syria Silver Tetradrachm #3 with USA Quarter Dollar (25 cent piece) for size comparison
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0 - Caracalla - Antioch, Syria Tetradrachm #3 .13 viewsAncient Roman Empire
Emperor Caracalla (198 - 217 AD)
Silver Tetradrachm of Antioch, Syria. - #3

(titles in Greek)
obv: Laureate bust right.
rev: Eagle standing on leg and thigh of sacrificial animal. Head right, tail right, wings spread, holding wreath in beak.

Weight: 13.48 Grams
Size: 30 mm x 28 mm
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Emperor Caracalla (212 - 217) Antioch, Syria Silver Tetradrachm #3 with USA Quarter Dollar (25 cent piece) for size comparison
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0004 - Denarius Antoninus Pius/Lucius Verus 152-163 AC64 viewsObv/ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TR P XVI, laureate head of Antoninus Pius r.
Rev/PROV DEOR TR P III COS II, Providentia standing l., holding globe and cornucopiae.

Ag, 17.9mm, 2.72g
Mint: Rome.
Obverse die from Antoninus Pius (152-3 AC, RIC III/p.53), reverse die from Lucius Verus (163 AC, RIC III/491). Either hybrid or ancient forgery.
ex-Lucernae (ebay)
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0028 - Denarius Antoninus Pius 158-9 AC19 viewsObv/ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TR P XXII, Antoninus Pius laureate head r.
Rev/TEMPLVM DIV AVG REST, octastyle temple in which are seated statues of Divus Augustus and Livia.

Ag, 17.0mm, 3.30g
Mint: Rome.
RIC III/290a [S] - RSC 804 - BMCRE 939
ex-Pars Coins (vcoins)
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004 ANONYMOUS. Period of Domitian to Antoninus Pius, Quadrans Circa 81-161 AD Eagle18 viewsReference
RIC II, 4. C. VIII, 269, 16. Mazzini V, pl. LXXVIII, 16

Obv.
Draped and bearded bust of Jupiter right

Rev. S-C
Eagle with spread wings standing r., head turned l.

2.23 gr
15 mm
6h
okidoki
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0042 - Denarius Antoninus Pius 140 AC33 viewsObv/ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP, Antoninus Pius laureate head r.
Rev/TR P COS III, ITALIA in ex., Italia, towered, seated l. on globe, holding cornucopiae and sceptre.

Ag, 18.0mm, 3.36g
Mint: Rome.
RIC III/98c [C] - RCV 4088 - BMCRE 246 - RSC 466
ex-Freeman & Sear, lot R6690
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0067 - Denarius Marcus Aurelius 162 AC9 viewsObv/DIVVS ANTONINVS, head of Antoninus Pius r.
Rev/DIVO PIO, column surmounted by statue of Antoninus.

Ag, 17.9mm, 3.07g
Mint: Rome.
RIC III/439 [C] - BMCRE 67 - RCV 5195 - RSC Antoninus 353a.
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0068 - Denarius Marcus Aurelius 162 AC13 viewsObv/DIVVS ANTONINVS, head of Antoninus Pius r., draped on l. shoulder.
Rev/DIVO PIO, column surmounted by statue of Anoninus.

Ag, 17.2mm, 2.79g
Mint: Rome.
RIC III/440 [C] - RSC Antoninus 353
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0069 - Denarius Marcus Aurelius 161 AC12 viewsObv/DIVVS ANTONINVS, head of Antoninus Pius r.
Rev/CONSECRATIO, pyre of four tiers, decorated with hangings and garlands, surmounted by quadriga.

Ag, 17.6mm, 2.59g
Mint: Rome.
RIC III/436 [C] - RCV 5190 - BMCRE 41 - RSC Antoninus 154.
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0073 - Denarius Antoninus Pius 140 AC40 viewsObv/ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TR P COS III, laureate head of Antoninus r.
Rev/AVRELIVS CAESAR AVG PII F COS, head of Marcus Aurelius r.

Ag, 18.5mm, 3.31g
Mint: Rome.
RIC III/417a [S] - Cohen 15
ex-Aurea Numismatika, auction 34, lot 648
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0092 - Denarius Antoninus Pius 158-9 AC10 viewsObv/ ANTONINVS AVGVSTVS PIVS PP TR P XXII, laureate head of A.P. r.
Rev/ COS IIII, arched tetrastyle altar; statue inside, holding branch and standard.

Ag, 18.1 mm, 2.84 g
Mint: Roma.
RIC III/285
ex-G.Hirsch Nachfolger, auction 271, lot 2359
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01 - Elagabalus AR Antoninianus 'Roma AD218'125 viewsEmperor Varius 'Elagabalus' Antoninus - AR Antoninianus

obv: 'IMP CAES M AVR ANTONINVS AVG' - Radiate bust right, draped and cuirassed.
rev: 'P M TR P COS PP' - Roma seated holding victory and sceptre, shield by her side.
4.31gr.
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014 - Antoninus Pius (138-161 AD), denarius - RIC 20335 viewsObv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XV, laureate head right.
Rev: COS IIII, Vesta standing left, holding simpulum and palladium.
Minted in Rome 152 AD.
pierre_p77
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014. Faustina I, wife of Antoninus Pius 138-141A.D. AR Denarius.34 viewsAR Denarius. Rome mint.
Obv.Draped bust right DIVA FAVSTINA

Rev. Aeternitas standing left holding globe, veil billowing. AETERNITAS

RSC 32, RIC 351.

Delightful coin, scan does not do it justice. EF.
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0149 - Denarius Antoninus Pius 147-8 AC16 viewsObv/ ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TR P XI, laureate head of A.P. r.
Rev/ PRIMI DECEN COS IIII, inside oak wreath.

Ag, 18.5 mm, 3.29 g
Mint: Roma.
RIC III/171 [S]
ex-Numismatica Tintinna, auction e11, lot 2031
dafnis
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015 - Antoninus Pius (138-161 AD), denarius - RIC 21833 viewsObv: IMP CAES T AEL HADR ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P, laureate head right.
Rev: TR POT XV COS IIII and TRANQ in exe, Tranquillitas standing right, holding rudder and grain ears.
Minted in Rome 151-152 AD.
pierre_p77
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015 ANTONINUS PIUS17 viewsEMPEROR: Antoninus Pius & Marcus Aurelius, as Caesar
DENOMINATION: Denarius
OBVERSE: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III, laureate head of Pius right
REVERSE: AVRELIVS CAESAR AVG PII F COS, bare head of Aurelius right
DATE: 140 AD
MINT: Roma
WEIGHT: 2.98 g
RIC: 417a
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016 - Marcus Aurelius (161-180 AD), denarius - RIC 29961 viewsObv: M ANTONINUS AVG TR P XXVIII, laureate head right.
Rev: IMP VII COS III, Mars advancing right, holding spear and trophy over shoulder.
Minted in Rome 174 AD
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02 - Antoninus Pius - Tetradrachm - Dikaiosyne 19 viewsEmperor Antoninus Pius (138 - 161 AD) - silver/billon Tetradrachm.
Alexandria, Egypt.

obv: Laureate bust right.

rev: Dikaiosyne seated left holding scales of justice and cornucopiae.

Weight: 13.4 grams.
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02 - Antoninus Pius - Tetradrachm - Dikaiosyne - rev 10 viewsEmperor Antoninus Pius (138 - 161 AD) - silver/billon Tetradrachm.
Alexandria, Egypt.

obv: Laureate bust right.

rev: Dikaiosyne seated left holding scales of justice and cornucopiae.

Weight: 13.4 grams.
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02 - Antoninus Pius - Tetradrachm - Dikaiosyne - w/ US quarter10 viewsEmperor Antoninus Pius (138 - 161 AD) - silver/billon Tetradrachm.
Alexandria, Egypt.

obv: Laureate bust right.

rev: Dikaiosyne seated left holding scales of justice and cornucopiae.

Weight: 13.4 grams.
*shown with US quarter for size.
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02 - Elagabalus AR Antoninianus - SALVS ANTONINI AVG51 viewsRoman Empire
Emperor Varius 'Elagabalus' Antoninus (218 - 222 AD)
Silver Antoninianus, Struck at the Rome Mint.

obv: IMP CAES M AUR ANTONINUS - Radiate bust of the Emperor right, draped and cuirassed.
rev: SALVS ANTONINI AUG - Salus standing facing right, holding snake, which she feeds from patera held in other hand.

5.20 Grams
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024d Domitian (69-81 A.D. Caesar, 81-96 A.D. Augustus), RIC II(1962) 008, Anonymus AE-Quadrans, Rome, Owl standing half left, S/C//--, #175 views024d Domitian (69-81 A.D. Caesar, 81-96 A.D. Augustus), RIC II(1962) 008, Anonymus AE-Quadrans, Rome, Owl standing half left, S/C//--, #1
Anonymous AE Quadrans. Time of Domitian to Antoninus Pius.
avers: Draped, cuirassed bust of Minerva right, wearing Corinthian helmet.
revers: Owl standing hal left.
exe: S/C//--, diameter: mm, weight: , axis: h,
mint: Rome, date: 84-85 A.D., ref: RIC II(1962) 008, p-216,
Q-001
quadrans
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025 - Faustina I (138-141 AD), commemorative denarius - RIC 35835 viewsObv: DIVA FAVSTINA, draped bust right
Rev: AVGVSTA, Ceres standing right, holding scepter and grain ears.
Minted in Rome 148-161 AD.

Commemorative issues were struck in huge quantitis under the husband Antoninus Pius after Faustinas death in 141 AD.
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03 - Personalities of the Empire53 viewsNerva, Trajan, Plotina, Marciana, Matidia, Hadrian, Sabina, Aelius, Antoninus Pius, Faustina I, Marcus Aurelius, Lucius Verus and Lucillamdelvalle
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033a Antoninus pius. AR Denarius 3.3gm17 viewsobv: DIVVS ANTONINVS bare head r.
rev: CONSECRATIO four tier pyre surmounted by quadriga
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033b Antoninus Pius. AR Denarius 21 viewsobv: IMP CAES T AEL HADR ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP laur head r.
rev: TR POT XV COS IIII Tranquillitus std. r. holding rudder on globe and corn ears
ex: TRANO
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033c Antoninus Pius. AR Denarius 3.3gm16 viewsobv: DIVVS ANTONINVS bare head r.
rev: DIV_O_ PIO Antoninus seated l. holding branch and scepter
"memorial coin of A. Pius, struck by M. Aurelius"
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), AR-Denarius, RIC III 064, Rome, CLEMENTIA-AVG, Clementia standing, Barbar !!!67 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), AR-Denarius, RIC III 064, Rome, CLEMENTIA-AVG, Clementia standing, Barbar !!!
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-PP-TR-P-COS-III, Laureate head right.
revers:- CL(E)MN-EN-TIA-AVG, Clementia standing holding patera and scepter.
exrg: -/-//--, diameter: 16mm, weight: 2,52g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date:140-144 A.D., ref: RIC-III-64-p-34, C-124, (Barbar !!!)
Q-001
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0009, Rome, AR-Denarius, AVG PIVS P M TR P COS DES II, Minerva standing left, 138 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0009, Rome, AR-Denarius, AVG PIVS P M TR P COS DES II, Minerva standing left,
avers: IMP T AEL CAES HADRI ANTONINVS, Bare head right.
reverse: AVG PIVS P M TR P COS DES II, Minerva standing left, holding Victory, left hand resting on shield and a spear rests against the left arm.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 17,5mm, weight: g, axis: h,
mint: Rome, date: 138 A.D., ref: RIC-III 9, RSC 66, BMC 12,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0023c, Rome, AR-Denarius, AVG XIV TRP COS II, Pax,148 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0023c, Rome, AR-Denarius, AVG XIV TRP COS II, Pax,
avers:- IMP-TAEL-CAES-HAD-R-ANTONINVS, Bare head right.
revers:- AVG-PIVS-PM-TR-P-COS-II, Pax standing left, holding branch and cornucopia.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 17-18mm, weight: 3,25g, axis: h,
mint: Rome, date: 139 A.D., ref: RIC-III-23c-p-28, C-84,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0051a, Rome, AR-Denarius, TRP POT COS II, Pax standing left,112 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0051a, Rome, AR-Denarius, TRP POT COS II, Pax standing left,
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P, Bare head right.
revers:- TR-POT-COS-II, Pax standing left, holding branch and cornucopia.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 17,5mm, weight: 3,61g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: 139 A.D., ref: RIC-III-51a-p-31,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0054a, Rome, AR-Denarius, TR P COS II, Clasped hands,289 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0054a, Rome, AR-Denarius, TR P COS II, Clasped hands,
avers: ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P, Bare head right.
revers: TR-P-COS-II, Clasped hands holding caduceus and grain-ears.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 18,5-19,5mm, weight: 2,64g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: 139 A.D., ref: RIC-III-54a, p-32, RSC-872,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0058a, Rome, AR-Denarius, TR POT COS II, Modius,112 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0058a, Rome, AR-Denarius, TR POT COS II, Modius,
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P, Bare head right.
revers:- TR-POT-COS-II, Modius with four grain-ears and poppy.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 17,5-18mm, weight: 3,34g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: 139 A.D., ref: RIC-III-058a-p-32, C-874a,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0058a, Rome, AR-Denarius, TR POT COS II, Modius, Plated (Fouree) #2106 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0058a, Rome, AR-Denarius, TR POT COS II, Modius, Plated (Fouree) #2
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P, Bare head right.
revers:- TR-POT-COS-II, Modius with four grain-ears and poppy.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 17,5mm, weight: 3,29g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: 139 A.D., ref: RIC-III-058a-p-32, C-874a,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0061c, Rome, AR-Denarius, AEQVITAS AVG, Aequitas,126 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0061c, Rome, AR-Denarius, AEQVITAS AVG, Aequitas,
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PI-VS-P-P-TR P-COS III, Laureate head right.
revers:- AEQVITA-S-AVG, Aequitas standing left, holding scales and scepter.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 16,5-18,5mm, weight: 3,28g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: 141-143 A.D., ref: RIC-III-61c-p-33, C-13,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0063B, Rome, AR-Denarius, APOLLINI AVGVSTO, Apollo standing left,68 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0063B, Rome, AR-Denarius, APOLLINI AVGVSTO, Apollo standing left,
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P-TR-P-COS-III, Laureate head right.
revers:- APOLLINI-AVGVSTO, Apollo standing left, holding patera and lyre.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 18mm, weight: 2,44g, axis: 5h,
mint: Rome, date: 140-143 A.D., ref: RIC-III-63B-p-33, C-60,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0064c, Rome, AR-Denarius, CLEMENTIA AVG, Clementia standing,160 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0064c, Rome, AR-Denarius, CLEMENTIA AVG, Clementia standing,
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P-TR-P-COS-III, Laureate head right.
revers:- CLEMENTIA-AVG, Clementia standing holding patera and scepter.
exrg: -/-//--, diameter: 16-17,5mm, weight: 3,38g, axis: 7h,
mint: Rome, date:140-144 A.D., ref: RIC-III-64c-p-33, C-124,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0064cvar., Rome, AR-Denarius, CLEMENTIA AVG, Clementia standing, Barbar Imitatio !!!82 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0064cvar., Rome, AR-Denarius, CLEMENTIA AVG, Clementia standing, Barbar Imitatio !!!
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P-TR-P-COS-III, Laureate head right.
revers:- CL(E)MN-EN-TIA-AVG, Clementia standing holding patera and scepter.
exrg: -/-//--, diameter: 16mm, weight: 2,52g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date:140-144 A.D., ref: RIC-III-64cvar.-p-33, C-124, (Barbar Imitatio !!!)
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0066, Rome, AR-Denarius, CONCORDIA AVG, Concordia standing left, #1125 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0066, Rome, AR-Denarius, CONCORDIA AVG, Concordia standing left, #1
avers: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III, Laureate bearded head right.
reverse: CONCORDIA AVG, Concordia standing left, holding patera and double cornucopiae.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 17,5-18,0mm, weight: g, axis: 5h,
mint: Rome, date: 140-143 A.D., ref: RIC III 66, RSC 136,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0069a, Rome, AR-Denarius, GENIO SENATVS, Genius, #1,106 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0069a, Rome, AR-Denarius, GENIO SENATVS, Genius, #1,
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PI-VS-P-P-TRP-COS-III, Bare head right.
revers:- GENIO-SENATVS, Genius standing left, holding branch and scepter.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 19mm, weight: 3,30g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: 140-143 A.D., ref: RIC-III-69a, p-34, C-398,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0069a, Rome, AR-Denarius, GENIO SENATVS, Genius, #2,92 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0069a, Rome, AR-Denarius, GENIO SENATVS, Genius, #2,
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P-TR-P-COS-III, Bare head right.
revers:- GENI-O-S-ENATVS, Genius standing left, holding branch and scepter.
exrg: -/-//--, diameter: 18-19mm, weight: 3,24g, axis: h,
mint: Rome, date:140-142 A.D., ref: RIC-III-69a-p-34, C-398,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0070a, Rome, AR-Denarius, GENIVS POP ROMANI, Genius standing front,135 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0070a, Rome, AR-Denarius, GENIVS POP ROMANI, Genius standing front,
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P-TR-P-COS-III, Bare head right.
revers:- GENIVS-POP-ROMANI, Genius standing front, head right, with scepter and cornucopiae.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 16,0-17,0 mm, weight: 2,68g, axis: 7h,
mint: Rome, date: 140-143 A.D., ref: RIC-III-70a-p-14, RSC-405, BMC-207,
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Ant_Pius_Ar-Den_ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-PP-TRP-COS-III_IMPERATORII-II_RIC-xx_C-xx_Q-001_axis-6h_17,5mm_2,98g-s.jpg
035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0112, Rome, AR-Denarius, IMPERATOR II, Crossed Cornucopiae, Scarce!,100 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0112, Rome, AR-Denarius, IMPERATOR II, Crossed Cornucopiae, Scarce!,
avers: - ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P-TR-P-COS-III, Laureate head right.
revers: - IMPERATOR.II., Winged caduceus between crossed cornucopiae.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 17,5mm, weight: 2,98g, axis-6h,
mint: Rome, date: 143-144 A.D., ref: RIC-III-112, p-40, C-451,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0130c, Rome, AR-Denarius, COS IIII, Felicitas standing left,67 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0130c, Rome, AR-Denarius, COS IIII, Felicitas standing left,
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P, Laureate head right.
revers:- COS-IIII, Felicitas standing left holding branch and caduceus.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 16,5-17mm, weight: 3,22g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: 145-161 A.D., ref: RIC-III-130c p-42, -258
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0136, Rome, AR-Denarius, COS IIII, Clasped hands, #164 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0136, Rome, AR-Denarius, COS IIII, Clasped hands, #1
avers: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P, Laureate head right.
reverse: COS IIII, Clasped hands over corn ears and caduceus.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 16,0-18,0mm, weight: 3,04g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date:145-161 A.D., ref: RIC III-136, p-43, RSC-344, BMC 530,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0136, Rome, AR-Denarius, COS IIII, Clasped hands, #2138 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0136, Rome, AR-Denarius, COS IIII, Clasped hands, #2
avers: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P, Laureate head right.
reverse: COS IIII, Clasped hands over corn ears and caduceus.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 17,5-18,0mm, weight: g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date:145-161 A.D., ref: RIC III-136, p-43, RSC-344, BMC 530,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0143c, Rome, AR-Denarius, TEMPLVM DIV AVG REST, COS-IIII, Temple, Rare!,157 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0143c, Rome, AR-Denarius, TEMPLVM DIV AVG REST, COS-IIII, Temple, Rare!,
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P, Laureate head right
revers:- TEMPLVM-DIV-AVG-REST, Octastyle temple, in which are seated figures of Divus Augustus & Livia, COS-IIII inexergo.
exerg: -/-//COS-IIII, diameter: 16,5-18,5 mm, weight: 2,75g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: 145-161 A.D., ref: RIC-III-143c var., p-44, C-809,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0181, Rome, AR-Denarius, COS IIII, Salus standing left, #1105 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0181, Rome, AR-Denarius, COS IIII, Salus standing left, #1
avers:- ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XII, Laureate bearded head right.
revers:- COS IIII, Salus standing left, holding rudder attached to globe and patera over altar sacrificing by feeding rising snake.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 18,0-18,5mm, weight: 3,19g, axis: 5h,
mint: Rome, date: 148-149 A.D., ref: RIC III 181 p-48, RSC 281, BMC 670,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0196, Rome, AR-Denarius, COS-IIII, Genius standing left,91 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0196, Rome, AR-Denarius, COS-IIII, Genius standing left,
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P-TR-P-XIIII, Laureate bearded head right.
revers:- COS-IIII, Genius standing left, holding ears of grain and patera.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 18,5mm, weight: 3,07g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: 150-151 A.D., ref: RIC-III-196-p-50, RSC-220, BMC-717,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0200c, Rome, AR-Denarius, TR POT XIIII COS IIII, Pax standing left,70 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0200c, Rome, AR-Denarius, TR POT XIIII COS IIII, Pax standing left,
avers:- IMP-CAES-T-AEL-HADR-ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P, Laureated bust right.
revers:- TR-POT-XIIII-COS-IIII, Pax standing left with branch and scepter.
exerg: -/-//PAX, diameter: 16,5-19mm, weight: 2,39g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: 150-152 A.D., ref: RIC-III-200c, p-51, RSC-582, BMC-729cf,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0202b, Rome, AR-Denarius, TR POT XIIII COS IIII, Tranquilitas standing right,139 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0202b, Rome, AR-Denarius, TR POT XIIII COS IIII, Tranquilitas standing right,
avers:- IMP-CAES-T-AEL-(HADR)-ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P ("HADR" is missing ), Laureated bust right.
revers:- TR-POT-XIIII-COS-IIII, Tranquilitas standing right with rudder and corn ears.
exerg: -/-//TRANQ, diameter: 16-17mm, weight: 3,21g, axis: 1h,
mint: Rome, date: 150-152 A.D., ref: RIC-III-202bvar(avers-legendvariation -HADR- is missing), p-51, C-,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0203, Rome, AR-Denarius, COS-IIII, Vesta standing left, #170 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0203, Rome, AR-Denarius, COS-IIII, Vesta standing left, #1
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P-TR-P-XV, Laureate bearded head right.
revers:- COS-IIII, Vesta standing left, holding simpulum and palladium.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 16,5-17,5mm, weight: 2,61g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: 151-152 A.D., ref: RIC-III-203-p-51, RSC-196, BMC-717,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0203, Rome, AR-Denarius, COS-IIII, Vesta standing left, #2100 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0203, Rome, AR-Denarius, COS-IIII, Vesta standing left, #2
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P-TR-P-XV, Laureate bearded head right.
revers:- COS-IIII, Vesta standing left, holding simpulum and palladium.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 16,5mm, weight: 3,45g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: 151-152 A.D., ref: RIC-III-203-p-51, RSC-196, BMC-717,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0204, Rome, AR-Denarius, COS-IIII, Annona, #1102 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0204, Rome, AR-Denarius, COS-IIII, Annona, #1
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P-TR-P-XV, Laureate head right.
revers:- COS-IIII, Annona standing left, holding grain ears and resting hand on modius on galley prow.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 18mm, weight: 3,40g, axis: h,
mint: Rome, date: 151-152 A.D., ref: RIC-III-204-p-51, C-288,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0204, Rome, AR-Denarius, COS-IIII, Annona, #277 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0204, Rome, AR-Denarius, COS-IIII, Annona, #2
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P-TR-P-XV, Laureate head right.
revers:- COS-IIII, Annona standing left, holding grain ears and resting hand on modius on galley prow.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 17,5-18mm, weight: 3,07g, axis:6h,
mint: Rome, date: 151-152 A.D., ref: RIC-III-204-p-51, C-288,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0205var, Rome, AR-Denarius, COS IIII, Fortuna standing right,139 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0205var, Rome, AR-Denarius, COS IIII, Fortuna standing right,
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P-TR-P-XV, Laureate bust right.
revers: COS-IIII, Fortuna standing right, holding rudder and cornucopiae.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 17-17,5mm, weight: 2,98g, axis: 7h,
mint: Rome, date: 151-152 A.D., ref: RIC-III-205var, p-51_RSC-267, BMCRE-768,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0221, Rome, AR-Denarius, COS-IIII, Annona, #1107 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0221, Rome, AR-Denarius, COS-IIII, Annona, #1
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P-TR-P-XVI, Laureate head right
revers:- COS-IIII, Annona standing left, holding grain ears and resting hand on modius on galley prow
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 18mm, weight: 2,53g, axis: h,
mint: Rome, date: 152-153 A.D., ref: RIC-III-221-p-53, C-290,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0231, Rome, AR-Denarius, COS-IIII, Annona, #1126 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0231, Rome, AR-Denarius, COS-IIII, Annona, #1
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P-TR-P-XVII, Laureate head right.
revers:- COS-IIII, Annona standing left, holding two corn ears and resting left hand on modius, filled with corn ears, set on prow.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 17,5-18mm, weight: 3,00g, axis:0h,
mint: Rome, date: 154 A.D., ref: RIC-III-231-p-,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0231, Rome, AR-Denarius, COS-IIII, Annona, #272 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0231, Rome, AR-Denarius, COS-IIII, Annona, #2
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P-TR-P-XVII, Laureate head right.
revers:- COS-IIII, Annona standing left, holding two corn ears and resting left hand on modius, filled with corn ears, set on prow.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 18mm, weight: 3,22g, axis:6h,
mint: Rome, date: 154 A.D., ref: RIC-III-231-p-,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0232, Rome, AR-Denarius, COS-IIII, Fortuna standing right,303 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0232, Rome, AR-Denarius, COS-IIII, Fortuna standing right,
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P-TR-P-XVII, Laureate head right.
revers:- COS-IIII, Fortuna standing right, holding rudder on globe and cornucopiae.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 16mm, weight: g, axis: h,
mint: Rome, date: 154 A.D., ref: RIC-III-232, p-, C-271,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0239, Rome, AR-Denarius, COS IIII, Annona, #1158 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0239, Rome, AR-Denarius, COS IIII, Annona, #1
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P-TR-P-XVIII, Laureate head right.
revers:- COS-IIII, Annona standing left, holding two corn ears and resting left hand on modius, filled with corn ears, set on prow.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 17-17,5mm, weight: 2,65g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: 155 A.D., ref: RIC-III-239-p-,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0248, Rome, AR-Denarius, TR POT XIX COS IIII, Ceres, veiled, seated left,122 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0248, Rome, AR-Denarius, TR POT XIX COS IIII, Ceres, veiled, seated left,
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P-IMP-II, Laureated head right.
revers:-TR-POT-XIX-COS-IIII, Ceres, veiled, seated left, holding short sceptre (or torch?) in right hand and corn-ears in left arm..
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 16-17mm, weight: 3,29g, axis: 0h,
mint: Rome, date: 156-158 A.D., ref: RIC-III-248 p-; BMC 844; Strack 294; RSC 973; Sear 4127 var (tribunal year)
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0252, Rome, AR-Denarius, TR POT XIX COS IIII, Pax standing left,237 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0252, Rome, AR-Denarius, TR POT XIX COS IIII, Pax standing left,
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P-IMP-II, Bare head right.
revers:- TR-POT-XIX-COS-IIII, Pax standing left, holding olive branch and cornucopia.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 17,5mm, weight: 2,98g, axis: 5h,
mint: Rome, date: 156 A.D., ref: RIC-III-252-p-,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0264, Rome, AR-Denarius, TR POT XX COS IIII, Salus seated left, #1102 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0264, Rome, AR-Denarius, TR POT XX COS IIII, Salus seated left, #1
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P-IMP-II, Laureate bearded head right.
revers:- TR-POT-XX-COS-IIII, Salus seated left, feeding serpent rising from altar.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 16,5-17mm, weight: 2,75g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: 157 A.D., ref: RIC-III-264-p-51, RSC-11023, BMCRE-882,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0283a, Rome, AR-Denarius, VOTA SVSCEPTA DEC III, Antoninus standing left, Scarce!109 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0283a, Rome, AR-Denarius, VOTA SVSCEPTA DEC III, Antoninus standing left, Scarce!
avers: ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P, Bare head right.
revers: VOTA-SVSCE-PTA-DEC-III, Antoninus standing left, over tripod altar in sacrifice.
exerg: -/-//COSIIII, diameter: 17-17,5mm, weight: 3,03g, axis: 0h,
mint: Rome, date: 157-158 A.D., ref: RIC-III-283a, p-59, Scarce!
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0290a, Rome, AR-Denarius, TEMPLVM DIV AVG REST, COS-IIII, Temple, Scarce!,261 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0290a, Rome, AR-Denarius, TEMPLVM DIV AVG REST, COS-IIII, Temple, Scarce!,
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P-TR-P-XXII, Laureate head right
revers:- TEMPLVM-DIV-AVG-REST, Octastyle temple, in which are seated figures of Divus Augustus & Livia, COS-IIII inexergo.
exe: -/-//COS-IIII, diameter: 18mm, weight: 3,21g, axis: h,
mint: Rome, date: 159 A.D., ref: RIC-III-290a, C-804,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0300b, Rome, AR-Denarius, FORTVNA COS IIII, Fortuna standing faceing, head right,141 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0300b, Rome, AR-Denarius, FORTVNA COS IIII, Fortuna standing faceing, head right,
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P-TR-P-XXIII, Laureated and draped bust right.
revers:- FORTVNA-COS-IIII, Fortuna standing faceing, head right, holding rudder and cornucopiae.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 16,5-17,5mm, weight: 3,13g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: 159 A.D., ref: RIC-III-300b p-62, C-383,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0305, Rome, AR-Denarius, SALVTI AVG COS IIII, Salus standing left,125 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0305, Rome, AR-Denarius, SALVTI AVG COS IIII, Salus standing left,
avers: ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P-TR-P-XXIII, Laureate bust right.
revers: SALVTI-AVG-COS-IIII, Salus standing left, holding sceptre and feeding a serpent rising from altar at foot left.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 16,5-17,5mm, weight: 3,28g, axis: 0h,
mint: Rome, date: 159-160 A.D., ref: RIC-III-305-p-63, RSC-741, BMC-988,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0417a, Rome, AR-Denarius, AVRELIVS CAESAR AVG PII F COS, Bare head of Aurelius right, #163 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0417a, Rome, AR-Denarius, AVRELIVS CAESAR AVG PII F COS, Bare head of Aurelius right, #1
avers: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III, Laureate head of Pius right.
reverse: AVRELIVS CAESAR AVG PII F COS, Bare head of Aurelius right.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 17,0-18,5mm, weight: 3,51g, axis: 7h,
mint: Rome, date: 140 A.D., ref: RIC-III 417a, RSC 15, BMC 155,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0546, Rome, AE-Sestertius, TR POT COS II, Fides standing right, S-C,62 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0546, Rome, AE-Sestertius, TR POT COS II, Fides standing right, S-C,
avers: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P, Laureate head right.
reverse: TR POT COS II, Fides standing right, holding corn-ears and dish of fruit, S-C across the field.
exergue: S/C//--, diameter: 31,5-32,5mm, weight: 23,86g, axis: 5h,
mint: Rome, date: 139 A.D., ref: RIC III 546,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0597, Rome, AE-Sestertius, ANNONA•AVG, Annona standing right, S-C,178 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0597, Rome, AE-Sestertius, ANNONA•AVG, Annona standing right, S-C,
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PI-VS-P-P-TR-P-COS-III, Laureate head right.
revers:-ANNONA•AVG, Annona standing right holding corn ears over modius and cornucopiae, prow behind, S-C across the field.
exe:S/C//--, diameter: 32-33mm, weight: 29,18g, axis: 0h,
mint: Rome, date: 142 A.D., ref: RIC-III-597-p-, C-34,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0784, Rome, AE-Sestertius, SALVS-AVG, Salus standing right, S-C,129 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0784, Rome, AE-Sestertius, SALVS-AVG, Salus standing right, S-C,
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PI-VS-P-P-TR-P-COS-IIII, Laureate head right.
revers:-SALVS-AVG, Salus standing right feeding serpent coiled around altar and holding rudder on globe, S-C across the field.
exe:S/C//--, diameter: 30-31mm, weight: 25,01g, axis: 0h,
mint: Rome, date: A.D., ref: RIC-III-784-p-, C-,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0798, Rome, AE-Dupondius, COS IIII, S-C, Salus,244 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0798, Rome, AE-Dupondius, COS IIII, S-C, Salus,
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P-TR-P, Radiate head right.
revers:-COS-II-II, Salus standing left feeding snake arising from altar to left & holding rudder to right.
exe: -/-//--, diameter: 27mm, weight: x,xxg, axis: h,
mint: Rome, date: 139 A.D., ref: RIC-III-798-p-127, C-279,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0804, Rome, AE-Dupondius, PAX AVG, S-C, Pax standing left, Scarce !135 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0804, Rome, AE-Dupondius, PAX AVG, S-C, Pax standing left, Scarce !
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PI-VS-P-P-TR-P-COS-IIII, Radiate head right.
revers:-PAX-AVG, Pax standing left, setting fire with torch to heap of arms and holding cornucopiae.
exe: -/-//--, diameter: 27mm, weight: x,xxg, axis: h,
mint: Rome, date: 145-161 A.D., ref: RIC-III-804-p-128, C-593, Scarce !
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0827, Rome, AE-As, SPQR/OPTIMO/PRINCIPI/S-C, in wreath,132 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0827, Rome, AE-As, SPQR/OPTIMO/PRINCIPI/S-C, in wreath,
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P-TR-P-COS-IIII, Laureate head right.
revers:- SPQR/OPTIMO/PRINCIPI/S-C, in wreath.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 24,5-25mm, weight: 8,89g, axes: 11h,
mint: Rome, date: 145-161 A.D., ref: RIC III 827, p-130, C-791-3,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0862a, Rome, AE-As, MVNIFICENTIA AVG, Elephant walking right, -/-//COS IIII/ S C,187 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0862a, Rome, AE-As, MVNIFICENTIA AVG, Elephant walking right, -/-//COS IIII/ S C,
avers: ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P-TR-P-XII, Bust laureate right, sligt drapery or aegis on far shoulder.
revers: MVNIFICENTIA-AVG, Elephant walking right.
exe: -/-//COS IIII/ S C, diameter: 24,5-25,5mm, weight: 9,85g, axis: 0h,
mint: Rome, date: 149-150 A.D., ref: RIC-III-862a-p-, C-565,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0881, Rome, AE-As, TR POT XIIII COS IIII, Justitia seated left, S/C//IVSTITIA, 159 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0881, Rome, AE-As, TR POT XIIII COS IIII, Justitia seated left, S/C//IVSTITIA,
avers:- IMP-CAES-T-AEL-HADR-ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P, Laureate head right.
revers:- TR-POT-XIIII-COS-IIII, Justitia seated left.
exe:S/C//IVSTITIA, diameter: 24,5-25,5mm, weight: 8,80g, axis: 5h,
mint: Rome, date: 140-144 A.D., ref: RIC-III-881-p-, C-474,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0886, Rome, AE-Sestertius, S/C//--, SALVS AVG COS IIII, Salus standing left,65 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0886, Rome, AE-Sestertius, S/C//--, SALVS AVG COS IIII, Salus standing left,
avers: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XV, Laureate head right.
reverse: SALVS AVG COS IIII, Salus standing left feeding serpent arising from altar, and leaning on staff, S-C across the field.
exergue: S/C//--, diameter: 30,0-32,5mm, weight: 21,53g, axis: 5h,
mint: Rome, date: 151-152 A.D., ref: RIC III 886,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0912, Rome, AE-As, ANNONA-AVG-COS-IIII, Annona standing right, S-C,87 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0912, Rome, AE-As, ANNONA-AVG-COS-IIII, Annona standing right, S-C,
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P-TR-P-XVII, Laureate head right.
revers:-ANNONA-AVG-COS-IIII, Annona standing, holding corn ears and poppies over altar and modius, S-C across the field.
exe:S/C//--, diameter: 27mm, weight: 9,20g, axis: 11h,
mint: Rome, date: 142 A.D., ref: RIC-III-912-p-, C-42,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0915, Rome, AE-Sestertius, LIBERALITAS VII, Antoninus seated left on platform, S-C, R!222 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0905, Rome, AE-Sestertius, LIBERALITAS VII, Antoninus seated left on platform, S-C, R!
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P-TR-P-XVII, Laureate head right.
revers: LIBERALITAS-VII, Antoninus seated left on platform on right: in front of him, Liberalitas satnding left, holding account-board and cornucopiae: below citizen standing right holding out fold of toga, S-C across the field, COS IIII in exergo.
exe:S/C//COS IIII, diameter: 32-33mm, weight: 29,37g, axis: 0h,
mint: Rome, date: 152-153 A.D., ref: RIC-III-915-p-140, C-525-526, Rare !
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0956, Rome, AE-As, TR POT XIX COS IIII, Annona sitting right, S-C, Scarce!114 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0956, Rome, AE-As, TR POT XIX COS IIII, Annona sitting right, S-C, Scarce!
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P-IMP-II, Laureate head right.
revers:- TR-POT-XIX-COS-IIII, Annona seated right, modius at foot, holding cornucopiae with both hands, S-C in ex.
exe:-/-//SC, diameter: 26-27mm, weight: 10,14g, axis: 5h,
mint: Rome, date: 155-156 A.D., ref: RIC-III-956-p-, C-986, Scarce!
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0967var., Rome, AE-Sestertius, TR POT XX COS IIII, Securitas seated left, S-C across the field ! 241 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0967var., Rome, AE-Sestertius, TR POT XX COS IIII, Securitas seated left, S-C across the field !
avers: ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P-IMP-II, Laureate head right.
revers: TR-POT-XX-COS-IIII, Securitas seated left on chair formed by two cornucopiae, holding scepter, S-C across the field.
exe: S/C//--, diameter: 30,5-31,5mm, weight: 25,47g, axis: 11h,
mint: Rome, date: 156-157 A.D., ref: RIC-III-967var.( S-C across the field !)-p-145, C-1008,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0989, Rome, AE-Dupondius, COS IIII, S-C, Emperor standing left, Scarce!232 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0989, Rome, AE-Dupondius, COS IIII, S-C, Emperor standing left, Scarce!
avers:- ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P-TR-P-XXI, Radiate head right.
revers:-COS-IIII, Emperor (Antoninus?) standing left in shrine, holding branch and standard.
exe: -/-//SC, diameter: 25,5mm, weight: 11,07g, axis: 11h,
mint: Rome, date: 157-158 A.D., ref: RIC-III-989-p-, C-, Scarce!
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 1052, Rome, AE-As, TR POT XXIIII COS IIII, Genius standing left, S/C//--, #1149 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 1052, Rome, AE-As, TR POT XXIIII COS IIII, Genius standing left, S/C//--, #1
avers: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P, Laureate head right.
reverse: TR POT XXIIII COS IIII, Genius standing left sacrificing over altar from patera and holding sceptre in left hand.
exergue: S/C//--, diameter: 25,0-26,0mm, weight: 9,42g, axis: 5h,
mint: Rome, date: 160-161 A.D., ref: RIC III 1052,
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035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III ???, Rome, AR-Denarius, CONCORDIA AVG, Concordia standing right, Ancient imitation ?89 views035 Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III ???, Rome, AR-Denarius, CONCORDIA AVG, Concordia standing right, Ancient imitation ?
avers: ANTONINVS-AVG-PIVS-P-P, Laureated bust right.
revers: CONCOR-DIA-AVG, Concordia standing right, holding sceptre and cornucopiae.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 17mm, weight: 2,96g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: 159 A.D., ref: RIC-III--p-, C-,
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035a Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0431 (Marc. Aur.), Rome, AR-Denarius, CONSECRAIO, Eagle on altar,107 views035a Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0431 (Marc. Aur.), Rome, AR-Denarius, CONSECRAIO, Eagle on altar,
avers: DIVVS ANTONINVS, Bare-headed bust right.
revers: CONSECRAIO, Eagle standing right on altar, head turned left.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 18-19mm, weight: 2,75g, axis: 0h,
mint: Rome, date: Consecration issue, struck after Pius' death in 161 A.D., ref: RIC-III-(Marcus Aurelius)-431-p-247, RSC-155, BMC-48,
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035a Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0438 (Marc. Aur.), Rome, AR-Denarius, CONSECRAIO, Funeral pyre,95 views035a Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0438 (Marc. Aur.), Rome, AR-Denarius, CONSECRAIO, Funeral pyre,
avers:- DIVVS-ANTONINVS, Bare-headed bust right, folds of cloak on front shoulder and wrapped around neck.
revers:- CONSECRAIO, Four tiered funeral pyre, decorated with garlands and statues, door in second tier, facing quadriga on top.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 16,4-17,7mm, weight: 2,57g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: Consecration issue, struck after Pius' death in 161 A.D., ref: RIC-III-(Marcus Aurelius)-438-p-247, C-164a, BMC-60,
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035a Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0441 (Marc. Aur.), Rome, AR-Denarius, DIVO PIO, Altar,99 views035a Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC III 0441 (Marc. Aur.), Rome, AR-Denarius, DIVO PIO, Altar,
"DIVO" Altar Marcus Aurelius A.D. 139-180
Silver Denarius "Divine father Antoninus Pius."
avers:- DIVVS-ANTONINVS, Bare head right.
revers:- DIVO-PIO, Square altar with double doors.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 17-18mm, weight: 3,25g, axis: h,
mint: Rome, date: 162 A.D., ref: RIC-III-(Marcus Aurelius)-441-p-247, C-357,
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035b Anonymous AE Quadrans. Period of Domitian to Antoninus Pius (81-161 A.D.), RIC II 0019, Rome, AE-Quadrans, Couriass, S-C, Scarce !,125 views035b Anonymous AE Quadrans. Period of Domitian to Antoninus Pius (81-161 A.D.), RIC II 0019, Rome, AE-Quadrans, Couriass, S-C, Scarce !,
avers:- No legends, Helmeted and cuirassed bust of Mars right.
revers:- No legends, Couriass, S-C across the field.
exerg: S/C//--, diameter: mm, weight: g, axes: h,
mint: , date: Period of Domitian to Antoninus Pius 81-161 A.D., ref: RIC II 19 p-218, C-26-27cf,
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035d Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC IV-III 0089 (Traj.Dec.), AR-Antoninianus, CONSECRATIO, Eagle standing,126 views035d Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC IV-III 0089 (Traj.Dec.), AR-Antoninianus, CONSECRATIO, Eagle standing,
Silver Denarius "Divine father Antoninus Pius."
avers:- DIVO-PIO, Radiate, head right.
revers:- CONSECRATIO, Eagle standing with wings open, head left.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 22-23mm, weight: 2,56g, axis: 7h,
mint: , date: 249-251 A.D., ref: RIC-IV-III-(Traianus Decius)-89-p-,
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035d Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC IV-III 0090 (Traj.Dec.), Mediolanum, AR-Antoninianus, CONSECRATIO, Flaming Altar,202 views035d Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), RIC IV-III 0090 (Traj.Dec.), Mediolanum, AR-Antoninianus, CONSECRATIO, Flaming Altar,
Silver Denarius "Divine father Antoninus Pius."
avers:- DIVO-PIO, Radiate, head right.
revers:- CONSECRATIO, Square altar with double doors.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 21-22mm, weight: 2,56g, axis: 7h,
mint: Mediolanum, date: 250-251 A.D., ref: RIC-IV-III-(Traianus Decius)-90-p-, C-357,
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035p Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), Commagene, Zeugma, BMC 3v., AE-23, ΖƐΥΓΜΑΤƐω(Ν), Temple with four columns,128 views035p Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), Commagene, Zeugma, BMC 3v., AE-23, ΖƐΥΓΜΑΤƐω(Ν), Temple with four columns,
avers:- (ΑΥΤΟ ΚΑΙ ΤΙ ΑΙΛ ΑΔΡΙ) ΑΝΤωΝΙΝΟС СƐΒ ƐΥС, Laureate head left.
revers:- ΖƐΥΓΜΑΤƐω(Ν), Temple with four columns, before, colonnaded peribolos containing grove, all in laurel wreath, below, numeral letter E.
exe: -/-//E, diameter: 22-23,7mm, weight: 9,04g, axis:1h,
mint: Commagene, Zeugma, date: 138-161 A.D., ref: BMC 3v.,
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035p Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), Egypt, Alexandria, G-1680, D-2297, AR-Tetradrachm, L-IS/-//--, Nilus reclining left, #174 views035p Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), Egypt, Alexandria, G-1680, D-2297, AR-Tetradrachm, L-IS/-//--, Nilus reclining left, #1
avers: ANTωNINO C CЄB ЄVCЄB, Laureate head right.
reverse: Nilus reclining left, holding reed and cornuopiae from which emerges small Genius; small Genius inscribes Nilometer before, crocodile below.
exergue: L-IS/-//--, diameter: 21,5-22,0mm, weight: 14,02g, axis: 0h,
mint: Egypt, Alexandria, date: L-IS, Year=16, 152-152 A.D., ref: Geissen-1680, Dattari-2297, Kapmann-Ganschow-35.548-p186,
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035p Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), Syria, Hieropolis, BMC 19, AE-22, ΘEAC CYR/IAC IEROΠO and Δ in three lines within wreath,130 views035p Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), Syria, Hieropolis, BMC 19, AE-22, ΘEAC CYR/IAC IEROΠO and Δ in three lines within wreath,
avers:- AYTO KAI TIT AIΛ AΔRI ANTωNEINOC CEB, Laureate head right.
revers:- ΘEAC CYR/IAC IEROΠO and Δ in three lines within wreath.
exe: -/-//Δ, diameter: 22mm, weight: 9,52g, axis: 0h,
mint: Syria, Hieropolis, date: 138-161 A.D., ref: BMC 19, Paris F986, Butcher 17,
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035p Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), Syria, Laodikeia Ad Mare, SNG-Cop 351, AE-26, Turreted bust of Tyche right, 62 views035p Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), Syria, Laodikeia Ad Mare, SNG-Cop 351, AE-26, Turreted bust of Tyche right,
avers:- [AVTO] KAI AI ADRI ANTWNEINOC [CEB], Laureate head right.
revers:- IOVLIEWN TWN KAI LAODIKEWN, Turreted bust of Tyche right, date AKP right ( year ),
exe: -/-//--, diameter: 24-25 mm, weight: 10,43g, axis: 0 h,
mint: Syria, Laodikeia Ad Mare, date: 138-161 A.D., ref: SNG-Coop 351, BMC 57,
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035p Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), Thrace, Philippopolis, SNG-Coop 771, AE-17, ΦΙΛΙΠΠΟΠΟΛΕΙΤΟΝ, Dionysos satnding left,67 views035p Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.), Thrace, Philippopolis, SNG-Coop 771, AE-17, ΦΙΛΙΠΠΟΠΟΛΕΙΤΟΝ, Dionysos satnding left,
avers:- ΑΥΤ-ΑΔΡΙΑ-ΑΝΤΩΝΙΝΟC, Laureate head right.
revers:-ΦΙΛΙΠΠΟΠΟΛΕΙΤΟΝ, Dionysos satnding left faceing with Jug and Thyrsos.
exe: -/-//--, diameter: 17-18 mm, weight: 4,06g, axis: 6 h,
mint: Thrace, Philippopolis, date: 138-161 A.D., ref: SNG-Coop 771,
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036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 0343 (A.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, AED DIV FAVSTINAE, Hexastyle temple,84 views036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 0343 (A.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, AED DIV FAVSTINAE, Hexastyle temple,
Wife of Antoninus Pius.
avers:- DIVA-FAVSTINA, Diademed and draped bust right.
revers:- AED-DIV-FAVSTINAE, Front view of temple of six columns on five steps, fencing before. Within is a statue of Faustina. Varying ornaments on temple.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 17mm, weight: 2,95g, axis: 11h,
mint: Rome, date: 150 A.D., ref: RIC-III-343 (Antoninus Pius)p- , RSC-191, BMCRE-306 (Pius),
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036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 0344 (A.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, AETERNITAS, Juno standing left, #165 views036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 0344 (A.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, AETERNITAS, Juno standing left, #1
Wife of Antoninus Pius.
avers:- DIVA-FAV-STINA, Draped bust right.
revers:- AETER-NITAS, Juno standing left, hand raised, holding scepter.
exerg: -/-//-- , diameter: 17,5-19,5mm, weight: 2,50g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: 148-161 A.D., ref: RIC-III-344 (Antoninus Pius)p- , C-26,
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036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 0344var. (A.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, AETERNITAS, Juno standing left, Unofficial, or ancient imitation !!!74 views036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 0344var. (A.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, AETERNITAS, Juno standing left, Unofficial, or ancient imitation !!!
Wife of Antoninus Pius.
avers:- DIVA-FAV-STINA, Draped bust right.
revers:- AETE-R-NITAS, Juno standing left, hand raised, holding scepter.
exerg: -/-//-- , diameter: 17-17,5mm, weight: 2,88g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: 148-161 A.D. ???, ref: RIC-III-344 ??? (Antoninus Pius)p- , C-26,
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036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 0351 (A.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, AETERNITAS, Providentia, #1103 views036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 0351 (A.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, AETERNITAS, Providentia, #1
Wife of Antoninus Pius.
avers:- DIVA-FAV_STINA, Draped bust right.
revers:- AETER-NITAS, Providentia standing left, holding globe and veil above head..
exerg: , diameter: 17-18mm, weight: 2,89g, axis: h,
mint: Rome, date: 148-161 A.D., ref: RIC-III-351 (Antoninus Pius)p-70 , C-32.,
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036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 0351 (A.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, AETERNITAS, Providentia, #278 views036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 0351 (A.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, AETERNITAS, Providentia, #2
Wife of Antoninus Pius.
avers:- DIVA-FAV-STINA, Draped bust right.
revers:- AETER-NITAS, Providentia standing left, holding globe and veil above head.
exerg: , diameter: 16-18mm, weight: 3,46g, axis: 5h,
mint: Rome, date: 148-161 A.D., ref: RIC-III-351 (Antoninus Pius)p-70 , C-32.,
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036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 0356 (A.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, AVGVSTA, Ceres, 92 views036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 0356 (A.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, AVGVSTA, Ceres,
Wife of Antoninus Pius.
avers:- DIVA-FAV-STINA, Draped bust right.
revers:- AVG-V-STA, Ceres standing left, holding torch in right hand, sceptre in left.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 16-17mm, weight: 3,11g, axis: h,
mint: Rome, date: after 141 A.D., ref: RIC-III-356 (Antoninus Pius)-p70 , C-96.
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036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 0360 (A.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, AVGVSTA, Ceres, 142 views036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 0360 (A.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, AVGVSTA, Ceres,
Wife of Antoninus Pius.
avers:- DIVA-FAVSTINA, Draped bust right.
revers:- AVGV-STA, Ceres, veiled, standing left, holding two wheat ears and long lighted torch.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 17,5 mm, weight: 2,80g, axis: 6 h,
mint: Rome, date: after 141 A.D., ref: RIC-III-360 (Antoninus Pius)-p70 , C-78.
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036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 0362 (A.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, AVGVSTA, Ceres, #183 views036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 0362 (A.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, AVGVSTA, Ceres, #1
Wife of Antoninus Pius.
avers:- DIVA-FAVSTINA, Draped bust right.
revers:- AVG_VSTA, Ceres standing left, holding torch and raising skirt.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 17-18mm, weight: 3,01g, axis: h,
mint: Rome, date: after 141 A.D., ref: RIC-III-362 (Antoninus Pius)p-71 , C-104,
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036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 0362 (A.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, AVGVSTA, Ceres, #284 views036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 0362 (A.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, AVGVSTA, Ceres, #2
Wife of Antoninus Pius.
avers:- DIVA-FAVSTINA, Draped bust right.
revers:- AVG_VSTA, Ceres standing left, holding torch and raising skirt.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 16-17mm, weight: 3,29g, axis: 5h,
mint: Rome, date: after 141 A.D., ref: RIC-III-362 (Antoninus Pius)p-71 , C-104,
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036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 0362 (A.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, AVGVSTA, Ceres, #369 views036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 0362 (A.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, AVGVSTA, Ceres, #3
Wife of Antoninus Pius.
avers:- DIVA-FAVSTINA, Draped bust right.
revers:- AVG-VSTA, Ceres standing left, holding torch and raising skirt.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 18,5-19mm, weight: 3,02g, axis: 1h,
mint: Rome, date: after 141 A.D., ref: RIC-III-362 (Antoninus Pius)p-71 , C-104,
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036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 0370 (A.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, AVGVSTA, Vesta, 90 views036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 0370 (A.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, AVGVSTA, Vesta,
Wife of Antoninus Pius.
avers:- DIVA-FAV_STINA, Draped bust right.
revers:- AVGV-STA, Vesta standing left, sacrificng over altar and holding palladium.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 17mm, weight: 2,83g, axis: h,
mint: Rome, date: after 141 A.D., ref: RIC-III-370 (Antoninus Pius)-p-72 , C-116.
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036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 0379 (A.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, CERES, Ceres, veiled, seated left,65 views036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 0379 (A.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, CERES, Ceres, veiled, seated left,
Wife of Antoninus Pius.
avers:- DIVA-FAV-STINA, Draped bust right.
revers:- CE-RES, Ceres, veiled, seated left, holding two ears of corn and long lighted torch.
exerg: -/-//-- , diameter: mm, weight:g, axis: h,
mint: Rome, date: After 141 A.D., ref: RIC-III-379 (Antoninus Pius)p- , RSC-141,
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036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 0382a (A.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, CONSECRATIO, Ceres standing left,70 views036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 0382a (A.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, CONSECRATIO, Ceres standing left,
Wife of Antoninus Pius.
avers:- DIVA-FAV-STINA, Draped bust right.
revers:- CONSE-C-RATIO, Ceres standing left, holding right hand up in greeting and torch.
exerg: , diameter:17,5-18mm, weight: 3,09g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: 148-161 A.D., ref: RIC-III-382a (Antoninus Pius) p-72 , C-165a.,
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036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 0384 (A.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, CONSECRATIO, Peacock walking right, head left, #1153 views036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 0384 (A.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, CONSECRATIO, Peacock walking right, head left, #1
Wife of Antoninus Pius.
avers:- DIVA-FAV-STINA, Draped bust right.
revers:- CONSECRATIO, Peacock walking right, head left.
exerg: , diameter: 16-17,5mm, weight: 2,08g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: 148-161 A.D., ref: RIC-III-384 (Antoninus Pius)p- , RSC-175, BMC-473,
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036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 0388 (A.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, DEDICATIO AEDIS, Hexastyle temple,88 views036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 0388 (A.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, DEDICATIO AEDIS, Hexastyle temple,
Wife of Antoninus Pius.
avers:- DIVA-AVG-FAVSTINA, Draped bust right.
revers:- DEDICATIO-AEDIS, Frontal view of a hexastyle temple, Victories in corners.
exerg: , diameter: 17-19mm, weight: 3,03g, axis: 7h,
mint: Rome, date: 141-161 A.D., ref: RIC-III-388 (Antoninus Pius)p- , RSC-191, BMCRE-306 (Pius),
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This coin type records the dedication of the
temple of Divus Antoninus and Diva Faustina. The
dedication ceremonies took place in 142 AD, and
construction was completed in 150 AD. The temple
still stands today, overlooking the Forum.
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036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 1103 (A.Pius), Rome, AE-Sestertius, AETERNITAS, Aeternitas seated left,119 views036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 1103 (A.Pius), Rome, AE-Sestertius, AETERNITAS, Aeternitas seated left,
Wife of Antoninus Pius.
avers:- DIVA-FAV-STINA, Draped bust right.
revers:- AETER-NITAS, Aeternitas seated left holding phoenix and scepter.
exerg: -/-//S-C, diameter: 33mm, weight: 26,70g, axis: 11h,
mint: Rome, date: after 141 A.D., ref: RIC-III-1103 (Antoninus Pius) p-162 , C-15-17,
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036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 1143 (A.Pius), Rome, AE-Sestertius, IVNO, Juno,106 views036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 1143 (A.Pius), Rome, AE-Sestertius, IVNO, Juno,
Wife of Antoninus Pius.
avers:- DIVA-FAVSTINA, Draped bust right.
revers:- I-V-N-O, Juno standing left, holding patera and scepter.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 31mm, weight: x,xxg, axis: h,
mint: Rome, date: after 141 A.D., ref: RIC-III-1143 (Antoninus Pius)p-165 , C-210,
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036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 1169b (A.Pius), Rome, AE-dupondius, AVGVSTA, Ceres standing left, Scarce !181 views036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 1169b (A.Pius), Rome, AE-dupondius, AVGVSTA, Ceres standing left, Scarce !
Wife of Antoninus Pius.
avers:- DIVA-FAV-STINA, Draped and veiled bust right.
revers:- AVGV-STA,Ceres standing left, holding corn ears and transverse long torch, S-C across the field.
exerg: S/C//--, diameter: 26-26,5mm, weight: 12,44g, axis:5 h,
mint: Rome, date: after 141 A.D., ref: RIC-III-1169b (Antoninus Pius)-p-167, C-80, Scarce !,
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036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 1173a (A.Pius), Rome, AE-dupondius, AVGVSTA, Ceres, Scarce !103 views036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 1173a (A.Pius), Rome, AE-dupondius, AVGVSTA, Ceres, Scarce !
Wife of Antoninus Pius.
avers:- DIVA-FAV_STINA, Draped bust right.
revers:- AVGV_STA, Ceres standing left, holding torch in right hand, sceptre in left, S-C across the field.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 27-28mm, weight: 11,75g, axis: h,
mint: Rome, date: after 141 A.D., ref: RIC-III-1173a (Antoninus Pius)-p-167, C-100,99, Scarce,
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036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 1173a and 356, Rome, AE-dupondius and AR-Denarius, AVGVSTA, Ceres, 88 views036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 1173a and 356, Rome, AE-dupondius and AR-Denarius, AVGVSTA, Ceres,
Wife of Antoninus Pius.
avers:- DIVA-FAV_STINA, Draped bust right.
revers:- AVG_V_STA, S-C, or AVG_V_STA, Ceres standing left, holding torch in right hand, sceptre in left.
exerg:-/-//--, diameter: 27-28mm, 16-17mm, weight: 11,75, 3,11g, axis: h, h,
mint: Rome, date: after 141 A.D., ref: RIC-III-1173a (Antoninus Pius) , C-100,99, and RIC-III-356 (Antoninus Pius) , C-96
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036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 1180 (A.Pius), Rome, AE-As, AVGVSTA, Vesta standing left, #1 63 views036 Faustina Senior (100-141 A.D.), RIC III 1180 (A.Pius), Rome, AE-As, AVGVSTA, Vesta standing left, #1
Wife of Antoninus Pius.
avers: DIVA FAV STINA, Draped bust right.
reverse: AVGV STA, Vesta standing left, sacrificing from patera over flaming altar to left and holding palladium in the left hand, S-C across the field.
exergue: S/C//--, diameter: 24,0-24,5mm, weight: 9,4g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: after 141 A.D., ref: RIC III 1180 (Antoninus Pius), C 118,
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038a Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 0495a (Ant.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, AVGVSTI P II FIL, Venus, 167 views038a Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 0495a (Ant.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, AVGVSTI P II FIL, Venus,
"Daughter of Antoninus Pius and Faustina Sr. and wife of Marcus Aurelius. She was also the mother of Commodus and Lucilla, wife of Lucius Verus."
avers:- FAVSTINA AVGVSTA, Draped bust right, with hair waved and coiled on back of head.
revers: AVGVS-TI-P-II-FIL, Venus standing left, holding Victory and shield on helmet.
exe: -/-//--, diameter: 16-17mm, weight: 3,11g, axis: h,
mint: Rome, date: 156-161 A.D., ref: RIC-III-495a (Antoninus Pius), p-93 , C-15,
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038a Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 0502a (Ant.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, CONCORDIA, Concordia seated left, #185 views038a Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 0502a (Ant.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, CONCORDIA, Concordia seated left, #1
"Daughter of Antoninus Pius and Faustina Sr. and wife of Marcus Aurelius. She was also the mother of Commodus and Lucilla, wife of Lucius Verus."
avers:- FAVSTINA-AVG-PII-AVG-FIL, Draped bust right, with hair waved and coiled on back of head.
revers: - CON-C-ORDIA, Concordia seated left, holding flower in right hand and resting elbow on cornucopiae, which is by her chair, under chair, globe.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 16-17mm, weight: g, axis: h,
mint: Rome, date: 156-161 A.D., ref: RIC-III-502a (Antoninus Pius), p-93, C-54,
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038a Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 0502a (Ant.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, CONCORDIA, Concordia seated left, #2131 views038a Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 0502a (Ant.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, CONCORDIA, Concordia seated left, #2
"Daughter of Antoninus Pius and Faustina Sr. and wife of Marcus Aurelius. She was also the mother of Commodus and Lucilla, wife of Lucius Verus."
avers:- FAVSTINA-AVG-PII-AVG-FIL, Draped bust right, with hair waved and coiled on back of head.
revers: - CONCO-RDIA, Concordia seated left, holding flower in right hand and resting elbow on cornucopiae, which is by her chair, under chair, globe.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 16-17mm, weight: g, axis: h,
mint: Rome, date: 153-154 A.D., ref: RIC-III-502a (Antoninus Pius), p-93, C-54, BMC-1086
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038a Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 0517c (Ant.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, VENVS, Venus standing left, Scarce!, #1115 views038a Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 0517c (Ant.Pius), Rome, AR-Denarius, VENVS, Venus standing left, Scarce!, #1
"Daughter of Antoninus Pius and Faustina Sr. and wife of Marcus Aurelius. She was also the mother of Commodus and Lucilla, wife of Lucius Verus."
avers:- FAVSTINA-AVG-P-II-AVG-FIL, Draped bust right, showing Strack's coiffure a, with band of pearls in hair.
revers: VE-NVS, Venus standing left, holding apple and rudder, dolphin coiled around rudder.
exerg:-/-//--, diameter: 17mm, weight: 2,91g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: A.D., ref: RIC-III-RIC 517c, p-95,(Ant.Pius), Strack 495. BMCRE 1067. Cohen 266.
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038a Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 1367 (Ant.Pius), Rome, AE-Sestertius, AVGVSTI P II FIL, Venus,81 views038a Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 1367 (Ant.Pius), Rome, AE-Sestertius, AVGVSTI P II FIL, Venus,
"Daughter of Antoninus Pius and Faustina Sr. and wife of Marcus Aurelius. She was also the mother of Commodus and Lucilla, wife of Lucius Verus."
avers:- FAVSTINA AVGVSTA, Draped bust right.
revers: AVGVS-TI-P-II-FIL, Venus standing left, holding Victory and shield on helmet.
exe: S/C//--, diameter: 30mm, weight: 19,67g, axis: h,
mint: Rome, date: 156-161 A.D., ref: RIC-III-1367 (Antoninus Pius), p-191 , C-16,
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038a Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 1367, RIC III 495a and RIC III 1389a (all under Ant.Pius), AE-Sestertius, AR-Denarius and AE-Dupondius, Rome, AVGVSTI P II FIL, Venus,80 views038a Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 1367, RIC III 495a and RIC III 1389a (all under Ant.Pius), AE-Sestertius, AR-Denarius and AE-Dupondius, Rome, AVGVSTI P II FIL, Venus,
"Daughter of Antoninus Pius and Faustina Sr. and wife of Marcus Aurelius. She was also the mother of Commodus and Lucilla, wife of Lucius Verus."
avers:- FAVSTINA AVGVSTA, Draped bust right, with hair waved and coiled on back of head.
revers: AVGVS-TI-P-II-FIL, Venus standing left, holding Victory and shield on helmet.
Exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 30mm, 23-25mm, 16-17mm, weight: 19,67g, 10,46g, 3,11g, axis: h, h, h,
mint: Rome, date: 156-161 A.D., ref: RIC-1367, C-16; RIC-495a (all under Antoninus Pius), C-15; RIC-1389a, C-17;
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038a Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 1389a (Ant.Pius), Rome, AE-Dupondius, AVGVSTI P II FIL, Venus,104 views038a Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 1389a (Ant.Pius), Rome, AE-Dupondius, AVGVSTI P II FIL, Venus,
"Daughter of Antoninus Pius and Faustina Sr. and wife of Marcus Aurelius. She was also the mother of Commodus and Lucilla, wife of Lucius Verus."
avers:- FAVSTINA AVGVSTA, Draped bust right, with hair waved and coiled on back of head.
revers: AVGVS-TI-P-II-FIL, Venus standing left, holding Victory and shield on helmet.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 23-25mm, weight: 10,46g, axis: h,
mint: Rome, date: 156-161 A.D., ref: RIC-III-1389a (Antoninus Pius), p-193, C-17,
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038a Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 1405b (Ant.Pius), Rome, AE-Dupondius, No legend, S-C, Diana, Scarce!, #199 views038a Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 1405b (Ant.Pius), Rome, AE-Dupondius, No legend, S-C, Diana, Scarce!, #1
"Daughter of Antoninus Pius and Faustina Sr. and wife of Marcus Aurelius. She was also the mother of Commodus and Lucilla, wife of Lucius Verus."
avers:- FAVSTINA-AVG-P-II-AVG-FIL, Draped bust right, with hair waved and coiled on back of head, band of pearls and necklace.
revers: No legend - Diana standing left, holding arrow and resting hand on bow, S-C across the field.
exerg: S/C//--, diameter: 27mm, weight: 13,86g, axis: 5h,
mint: Rome, date: 145-146 A.D., ref: RIC-III-1405b (Antoninus Pius), p-194, C-207,209,
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038a Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 1405b (Ant.Pius), Rome, AE-Dupondius, No legend, S-C, Diana, Scarce!, #274 views038a Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 1405b (Ant.Pius), Rome, AE-Dupondius, No legend, S-C, Diana, Scarce!, #2
"Daughter of Antoninus Pius and Faustina Sr. and wife of Marcus Aurelius. She was also the mother of Commodus and Lucilla, wife of Lucius Verus."
avers:- FAVSTINA-AVG-P-II-AVG-FIL, Draped bust right, with hair waved and coiled on back of head, band of pearls and necklace.
revers: No legend - Diana standing left, holding arrow and resting hand on bow, S-C across the field.
exerg: S/C//--, diameter: 25-26mm, weight: 13,01g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: 145-146 A.D., ref: RIC-III-1405b (Antoninus Pius), p-194, C-207,209,
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038b Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 0677 (Marc.Aur.), Rome, AR-Denarius, FECVNDITAS, Fecunditas standing right, #1209 views038b Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 0677 (Marc.Aur.), Rome, AR-Denarius, FECVNDITAS, Fecunditas standing right, #1
"Daughter of Antoninus Pius and Faustina Sr. and wife of Marcus Aurelius. She was also the mother of Commodus and Lucilla, wife of Lucius Verus."
avers:- FAVSTINA_AVGVSTA, Draped bust right, chignon behind head, hair waved.
revers: FECVN-DITAS, Fecunditas standing right holding scepter in right and infant in left.
exerg:-/-//--, diameter: mm, weight: g, axis: h,
mint: Rome, date: A.D., ref: RIC-III-RIC 677, (Marcus Aurelius), Sear , RSC II 99, BMCRE IV 91
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038b Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 0677 (Marc.Aur.), Rome, AR-Denarius, FECVNDITAS, Fecunditas standing right, #167 views038b Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 0677 (Marc.Aur.), Rome, AR-Denarius, FECVNDITAS, Fecunditas standing right, #1
"Daughter of Antoninus Pius and Faustina Sr. and wife of Marcus Aurelius. She was also the mother of Commodus and Lucilla, wife of Lucius Verus."
avers:- FAVSTINA_AVGVSTA, Draped bust right, chignon behind head, hair waved.
revers: FECVN-DITAS, Fecunditas standing right holding scepter in right and infant in left.
exerg:-/-//--, diameter: mm, weight: g, axis: h,
mint: Rome, date: A.D., ref: RIC-III-RIC 677, (Marcus Aurelius), Sear , RSC II 99, BMCRE IV 91
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038b Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 0677 (Marc.Aur.), Rome, AR-Denarius, FECVNDITAS, Fecunditas standing right, #2209 views038b Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 0677 (Marc.Aur.), Rome, AR-Denarius, FECVNDITAS, Fecunditas standing right, #2
"Daughter of Antoninus Pius and Faustina Sr. and wife of Marcus Aurelius. She was also the mother of Commodus and Lucilla, wife of Lucius Verus."
avers: FAVSTINA-AVGVSTA, Draped bust right, chignon behind head, hair waved.
revers: FECVN-DITAS, Fecunditas standing right holding scepter in right and infant in left.
exerg:-/-//--, diameter: 18,5-19,5mm, weight: 3,49g, axis: 0h,
mint: Rome, date: A.D., ref: RIC-III-RIC 677, (Marcus Aurelius), Sear , RSC II 99, BMCRE IV 91
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038b Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 0677 (Marc.Aur.), Rome, AR-Denarius, FECVNDITAS, Fecunditas standing right, #3110 views038b Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 0677 (Marc.Aur.), Rome, AR-Denarius, FECVNDITAS, Fecunditas standing right, #3
"Daughter of Antoninus Pius and Faustina Sr. and wife of Marcus Aurelius. She was also the mother of Commodus and Lucilla, wife of Lucius Verus."
avers: FAVSTINA-AVGVSTA, Draped bust right, chignon behind head, hair waved.
revers: FECVN-DITAS, Fecunditas standing right holding scepter in right and infant in left.
exerg:-/-//--, diameter: 18,0-19,0mm, weight: 3,43g, axis: 0h,
mint: Rome, date: A.D., ref: RIC-III-RIC 677, (Marcus Aurelius), Sear , RSC II 99, BMCRE IV 91
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038b Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 0677 (Marc.Aur.), Rome, AR-Denarius, FECVNDITAS, Fecunditas standing right, #4117 views038b Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 0677 (Marc.Aur.), Rome, AR-Denarius, FECVNDITAS, Fecunditas standing right, #4
"Daughter of Antoninus Pius and Faustina Sr. and wife of Marcus Aurelius. She was also the mother of Commodus and Lucilla, wife of Lucius Verus."
avers: FAVSTINA-AVGVSTA, Draped bust right, chignon behind head, hair waved.
revers: FECVN-DITAS, Fecunditas standing right holding scepter in right and infant in left.
exerg:-/-//--, diameter: 18,0mm, weight: 2,97g, axis: 0h,
mint: Rome, date: A.D., ref: RIC-III-RIC 677, (Marcus Aurelius), Sear , RSC II 99, BMCRE IV 91
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038b Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 0711 (Marc.Aur.), Rome, AR-Denarius, SAECVLI FELICIT, Throne with two children, #1141 views038b Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 0711 (Marc.Aur.), Rome, AR-Denarius, SAECVLI FELICIT, Throne with two children, #1
"Daughter of Antoninus Pius and Faustina Sr. and wife of Marcus Aurelius. She was also the mother of Commodus and Lucilla, wife of Lucius Verus."
avers: FAVSTINA AVGVSTA, Draped bare-headed, bust right.
reverse: SAECVLI FELICIT, Throne with two children.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 16,7-17,0mm, weight: 3,35g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: 161 A.D., ref: RIC III 711 (Marcus Aurelius), p-271 , RSC 191, BMC 139,
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038b Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 0712 (Marc.Aur.), Rome, AR-Denarius, SAECVLI FELICIT, Throne with two children, #1109 views038b Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 0712 (Marc.Aur.), Rome, AR-Denarius, SAECVLI FELICIT, Throne with two children, #1
"Daughter of Antoninus Pius and Faustina Sr. and wife of Marcus Aurelius. She was also the mother of Commodus and Lucilla, wife of Lucius Verus."
avers: FAVSTINA AVGVSTA, Draped diademed, bust right.
reverse: SAECVLI FELICIT, Throne with two children.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 17-17,5mm, weight: 3,28g, axis: 5h,
mint: Rome, date: 161 A.D., ref: RIC-III-712 (Marcus Aurelius), p-271 , C-191,
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038b Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 0712 (Marc.Aur.), Rome, AR-Denarius, SAECVLI FELICIT, Throne with two children, #287 views038b Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 0712 (Marc.Aur.), Rome, AR-Denarius, SAECVLI FELICIT, Throne with two children, #2
"Daughter of Antoninus Pius and Faustina Sr. and wife of Marcus Aurelius. She was also the mother of Commodus and Lucilla, wife of Lucius Verus."
avers: FAVSTINA AVGVSTA, Draped diademed, bust right.
reverse: SAECVLI FELICIT, Throne with two children.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 17mm, weight: 3,18g, axis: h,
mint: Rome, date: 161 A.D., ref: RIC-III-712 (Marcus Aurelius), p-271 , C-191,
Q-002
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038b Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 0712 (Marc.Aur.), Rome, AR-Denarius, SAECVLI FELICIT, Throne with two children, #3157 views038b Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 0712 (Marc.Aur.), Rome, AR-Denarius, SAECVLI FELICIT, Throne with two children, #3
"Daughter of Antoninus Pius and Faustina Sr. and wife of Marcus Aurelius. She was also the mother of Commodus and Lucilla, wife of Lucius Verus."
avers: FAVSTINA AVGVSTA, Draped diademed, bust right.
reverse: SAECVLI FELICIT, Throne with two children.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 17,0-18,0mm, weight: 3,25g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: 161 A.D., ref: RIC III 712 (Marcus Aurelius), p-271 , RSC 191, BMC 139,
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038b Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 0737 (Marc.Aur.), Rome, AR-Denarius, VESTA, Vesta, veiled, seated left, #1109 views038b Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 0737 (Marc.Aur.), Rome, AR-Denarius, VESTA, Vesta, veiled, seated left, #1
"Daughter of Antoninus Pius and Faustina Sr. and wife of Marcus Aurelius. She was also the mother of Commodus and Lucilla, wife of Lucius Verus."
avers:- FAVSTINA AVGVSTA, bare-headed, draped bust right, chignon behind head, hair waved.
revers: VES-TA, Vesta, veiled, seated left, holding Palladium and sceptre.
exerg:-/-//--, diameter:16,5-17,5mm, weight: 3,45g, axis:7h,
mint: Rome, date: A.D., ref: RIC-III-RIC 737, (Marcus Aurelius), p- , C-, ; Sear 5270,
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038b Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 0737 (Marc.Aur.), Rome, AR-Denarius, VESTA, Vesta, veiled, seated left, #2115 views038b Faustina (II) Filia (128-175 A.D.), RIC III 0737 (Marc.Aur.), Rome, AR-Denarius, VESTA, Vesta, veiled, seated left, #2
"Daughter of Antoninus Pius and Faustina Sr. and wife of Marcus Aurelius. She was also the mother of Commodus and Lucilla, wife of Lucius Verus."
avers:- FAVSTINA AVGVSTA, bare-headed, draped bust right, chignon behind head, hair waved.
revers: VES-TA, Vesta, veiled, seated left, holding Palladium and sceptre.
exerg:-/-//--, diameter: mm, weight: g, axis: h,
mint: Rome, date: A.D., ref: RIC-III-RIC 737, (Marcus Aurelius), p- , C-, ; Sear 5270,
Q-002
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044 - Antoninus Pius Sestertius - RIC III, p. 112, 643 19 viewsObv:- ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III, laureate head right
Rev:- TIBERIS S-C, Tiber, crowned with reeds, reclining left, leaning on urn, which pours out water, resting right hand on boat and holding reed.
Minted in Rome. A.D. 140-144
Reference:– Cohen 819, RCV 4237. RIC III, p. 112, 643 (rare).
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048 - Antoninus Pius AE As - RIC 704c34 viewsÆ As
Obv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P, laureate head left
Rev: TR POT COS II, Knife, sprinkler, ewer, lituus, and simpulum.
Minted in Rome. A.D. 140
Reference:– RIC III 704c.
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048 - Antoninus Pius AE18 - Ares - Philippopolis50 viewsObv:– AVT AI AΔPIA ANTΩNEIN, bare head right
Rev:– ΦIΛIΠΠOΠOΛEITΩN, Ares / Mars standing left, holding spear in left hand; shield leaning against him
Minted in Philippopolis
Obv. legend and bust type variant of Varbanov 786 (Bulgarian ed.) (which is AVT AI ADPI ANTWNEINOC, Head laureate r.)
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048 - Antoninus Pius denarius (as Caesar) - Hadrian RIC 05140 viewsObv: IMP T AEL CAES ANTONINVS, Bare head right
Rev: TRIB POT COS, Diana standing right, holding bow & arrow
Minted in Rome. January 1st to February 28th A.D. 138
Ref:– BMC (Hadrian) 1006. RIC (Hadrian) 447a. RSC 1058. 14 examples in RD.
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048 - Antoninus Pius Denarius (as Caesar) - RIC II (Hadrian) 44831 viewsObv:- IMP T AEL CAES ANTONINVS, Bare head right
Rev:- TRIB POT COS, Minerva,standing left, holding Victory in right hand, left hand rests on shield on ground to side, spear rests on left arm
Minted in Rome. February 25th to July 10th A.D. 138
Reference(s) – Cohen 1060. RIC II (Hadrian), p. 294 448 (C). BMC 1007
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048 - Antoninus Pius Denarius (as Caesar) - RIC II (Hadrian) 450 22 viewsObv:- IMP T AEL CAES ANTONINVS, Bare head right
Rev:- TRIB POT COS, Concordia,standing left, holding patera and cornucopiae.
Minted in Rome. February 25th to July 10th A.D. 138
Reference(s) – Cohen 1061. RIC II (Hadrian), p. 294 450 (C). BMC 1010, Strack 408.
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048 - Antoninus Pius Denarius - RIC 04030 viewsObv: IMP T AEL CAES HADR ANTONINVS, bare head right
Rev: AVG PIVS P M TR P COS II P P, Modius with corn ears.
Minted in Rome. A.D. 139
Reference:– BMC 79 (4 corn ears and poppy, L. A. Lawrence). RIC III 40 (corn ears and poppy). RSC 103.

This coin doesn't show the poppy as per the BMC/RIC examples.
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048 - Antoninus Pius denarius - RIC 05197 viewsObv:– ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P, Bare head facing right
Rev:– TR POT COS II, Pax standing left, holding branch in right hand, cornucopiae in left
Mint – Rome
Date Minted – A.D. 139
Reference RIC 51
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048 - Antoninus Pius Denarius - RIC 06926 viewsObv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III, bare head right
Rev: GENIO SENATVS, Genius of the Senate standing facing with branch and rod.
Minted in Rome. A.D. 140 - 143
Reference:– RIC III 69. RSC 398
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048 - Antoninus Pius Denarius - RIC 080a19 viewsObv:- ANTONINVS PIVS P P TRP COS III, laureate head right
Rev:- PROVIDENTIAE DEORVM, winged thunderbolt.
Minted in Rome. A.D. 140-143
Reference:– BMC 225. RIC III 80a. RSC 681
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048 - Antoninus Pius denarius - RIC 13731 viewsObv:- ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P, Laureate head right
Rev:- COS IIII, Thunderbolt on decorated altar
Minted in Rome. A.D. 138
Reference:– RIC 137. RSC 345. BMC 536.
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048 - Antoninus Pius denarius - RIC 18813 viewsObv:- ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XIII, laureate head right
Rev:- COS IIII, Fortuna standing left, holding rudder and cornucopiae
Minted in Rome. A.D. 149-150
Reference(s) – RIC 188; RSC 264
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048 - Antoninus Pius denarius - RIC 219117 viewsObv:– ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XVI, Laureate head facing right
Rev:– COS IIII, Vesta standing left, holding simpulum and Palladium
Mint – Rome
Date Minted – A.D. 152 - 153
Reference RIC 219
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048 - Antoninus Pius denarius - RIC 22113 viewsObv:- ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XVI, laureate head right
Rev:- COS IIII, Annona standing left, holding grain-ears & resting hand on modius
Minted in Rome. A.D. 153
Reference(s) – RIC 221. RSC 290
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048 - Antoninus Pius denarius - RIC 22213 viewsObv:- ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XVI, laureate head right
Rev:- COS IIII, Fortuna standing right, holding rudder on globe and cornucopiae
Minted in Rome. A.D. 152-153
Reference(s) – RIC 222, RSC 270, BMC 790
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048 - Antoninus Pius denarius - RIC 23166 viewsObv:– ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XVII, Laureate head facing right
Rev:– COS IIII, Annona standing left, holding two corn ears and resting left hand on modius, filled with corn ears, set on prow
Reference RIC 231
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048 - Antoninus Pius denarius - RIC 290a63 viewsObv:– ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XXII, laureate head facing right
Rev:– TEMPLVM DIV AVG REST / COS III, Octastyle Temple of Divus Augustus, with cult images of Augustus and Livia inside
Mint – Rome
Date Minted – A.D. 158-159
Reference RIC 290a
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048 - Antoninus Pius denarius - RIC 293 Note 296 viewsObv:– ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XXII, Laureate head facing right
Rev:– VOTA SVSCEPTA DEC III, COS IIII below, Pius veiled and togate, standing left sacrificing with patera over tripod
Reference RIC 293 Note 2
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048 - Antoninus Pius denarius - RIC 294b56 viewsObv:– ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XXII, Laureate head facing right
Rev:– VOTA SVSCEPTA DEC III / COS IIII, Pius himself is shown on the reverse, veiled, sacrificing over a tripod altar
Date Minted – 159 A.D.
Reference RIC 294b
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048 - Antoninus Pius denarius - RIC III (Aurelius) 43813 viewsDenarius
Obv:- DIVVS ANTONINVS, bare head right, drapery on far shoulder
Rev:- CONSECRATIO, four tiered funeral pyre surmounted by quadriga
Minted in Rome. A.D. 161
Reference(s) – RIC III (Aurelius) 438, RSC 164a, BMC 60. RD (164)
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048 - Antoninus Pius dupondius - RIC 80720 viewsObv:– ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS IIII, Radiate head facing right
Rev:– S C, Nude Mars advancing right, bearing trophy & spear
Minted in Rome. A.D. 145-161
Reference:– Cohen 752. RIC 807
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048 - Antoninus Pius dupondius - RIC 99092 viewsObv:– ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XXI, Radiate head facing right
Rev:– FORTVNA OBSEQVENS COS IIII / S C, Fortuna standing left holding rudder and cornucopiae
Mint – Rome
Date Minted – A.D. 157 - 158
Reference RIC 990 (Scarce)
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048 - Antoninus Pius, Ae AS - RIC 910 var 20 viewsObv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XVI, Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, seen from behind
Rev: ANNONA AVG COS IIII, Annona standing left, holding modius on low base and vine branch (?); to left basket of fruit
Minted in Rome. A.D. 153
Reference:– BMC P. 322 * var. (Bust type). Cohen 44 var (same). RIC III 910 var (bust type)
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048 - Antoninus Pius, Ae Sestertius - RIC 789 24 viewsObv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P, laureate head right
Rev: TR POT COS [IIII / ITALIA], S-C, Italia, towered, draped, seated left on globe, holding cornucopiae in right hand and sceptre, nearly vertical in left.
Minted in Rome. A.D. 145-161
Reference(s) – BMC 1719. Cohen 472. RIC III 789 (Rated S) citing Cohen.
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048 - Antoninus Pius, AE Sestertius, RIC 778 35 viewsObv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P.P. TR P COS IIII, Laureate head right
Rev: S-C, Mars walking right., holding a trophy and spear
Minted in Rome. A.D. 146
Ref:– BMC 1705. RIC 778
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048 - Antoninus Pius, Denarius - RIC 00917 viewsObv: IMP T AEL CAES HADRI ANTONINVS, bare head right
Rev: AVG PIVS P M TR P COS DES II, Minerva standing left, holding Victory, left hand resting on shield and a spear rests against left arm
Minted in Rome. A.D. 143-144
Reference:– BMC 12. RIC III 9. RSC 66
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048 - Antoninus Pius, Denarius - RIC 01123 viewsObv: IMP T AEL CAES HADRI ANTONINVS, Bare head left
Rev: AVG PIVS P M TR P COS DES II, Felicitas standing left, holding caduceus & cornucopia
Minted in Rome. A.D. 138
Reference:– RIC 11. BMC 17 Note. Strack 16. Cohen 76 (citing M. Hamburger - 6F)

RIC rates it as scarce citing the Cohen example. Not present in BMC also citing Cohen. RSC citing Cohen and Strack. This would all seem to confirm that it is quite a scarce coin, depending on what other examples have come to light since.
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048 - Antoninus Pius, Denarius - RIC 02310 viewsObv: IMP T AEL CAES HADR ANTONINVS, Bare head right
Rev: AVG PIVS PM TR P COS II, Pax standing left, holding olive-branch and cornucopiae
Minted in Rome.
Reference:– BMC 53. RIC III 23. RSC 84.
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048 - Antoninus Pius, Denarius - RIC 054b28 viewsObv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P, laureate head right
Rev: TR POT COS II, clasped hands holding caduceus and grain-ears.
Minted in Rome. A.D. 138-139
Reference:– BMC 112. RIC III 54b. RSC 873

3.40g, 18.16mm, 180o
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048 - Antoninus Pius, Denarius - RIC 11224 viewsObv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III, Laureate head right
Rev: IMPERATOR II, Winged Caduceus between two crossed cornucopiae
Minted in Rome. A.D. 143-144
Reference:– BMC 501. RIC III 112 (Rated Scarce). RSC 451.
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048 - Antoninus Pius, Denarius - RIC 15118 viewsObv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P, Lauereate head left
Rev: TR POT COS IIII / LIB IIII, Liberalitas standing left, holding vexillum & cornucopia
Minted in Rome. A.D. 145
Reference:– RIC 151. RSC 490.
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048 - Antoninus Pius, Denarius - RIC 18913 viewsObv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XIII, laureate head right
Rev: COS IIII, Genius standing left holding patera & corn ears
Minted in Rome. A.D. 149-150
Reference:– RIC III 189. RSC 219
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05 - Caracalla AR Antoninianus - Serapis 'P M TR P XVIIII COS IIII PP'59 viewsAncient Roman Empire
Emperor Caracalla (AD 198 - 217)
Silver Antoninianus (double denarius) Rome Mint

obv: ANTONINUS PIVS AVG GERM - Radiate bust right, draped. Seen from behind.

rev: P M TR P XVIII COS IIII PP - Serapis standing with raised hand and holding a sceptre in other.

5.03 Grams
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05 - Caracalla AR Antoninianus - Serapis 'P M TR P XVIIII COS IIII PP' .29 viewsAncient Roman Empire
Emperor Caracalla (AD 198 - 217)
Silver Antoninianus (double denarius) Rome Mint

obv: ANTONINUS PIVS AVG GERM - Radiate bust right, draped. Seen from behind.

rev: P M TR P XVIII COS IIII PP - Serapis standing with raised hand and holding a sceptre in other.

5.03 Grams

**Slightly off color due to new lighting setup**
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05 - Caracalla AR Antoninianus - Serapis 'P M TR P XVIIII COS IIII PP' .44 viewsAncient Roman Empire
Emperor Caracalla (AD 198 - 217)
Silver Antoninianus (double denarius) Rome Mint

obv: ANTONINUS PIVS AVG GERM - Radiate bust right, draped. Seen from behind.

rev: P M TR P XVIII COS IIII PP - Serapis standing with raised hand and holding a sceptre in other.

5.03 Grams

**Slightly off color due to new lighting setup**
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05 - Caracalla AR Antoninianus - Serapis 'P M TR P XVIIII COS IIII PP' . US Quarter.28 viewsAncient Roman Empire
Emperor Caracalla (AD 198 - 217)
Silver Antoninianus (double denarius) Rome Mint

obv: ANTONINUS PIVS AVG GERM - Radiate bust right, draped. Seen from behind.

rev: P M TR P XVIII COS IIII PP - Serapis standing with raised hand and holding a sceptre in other.

5.03 Grams

**Slightly off color due to new lighting setup**
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055. Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.)35 viewsAv.: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III
Rv.: APOLLINI AVGVSTO S-C

AE Sestertius Ø32 / 23.3g
RIC III 598 Rome
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055. Antoninus Pius.9 viewsDenarius, 152-153 AD, Rome mint.
Obverse: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TR P XVI / Laureate bust of Antoninus.
Reverse: COS IIII / Annona, holding corn ears, resting hand on a modius which is set on the prow of a ship.
3.02 gm., 18 mm.
RIC #221.
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056. Faustina Maior (Wife of Antoninus Pius)21 viewsAv.: DIVA FAVSTINA
Rv.: AVGVSTA / S-C

AE Sestertius Ø31-33 / 24.4g
RIC 1118 Rome, Cohen 88
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056p Elagabalus (218-222 A.D.), and Julia Maesa, Moesia, Markianopolis, Hristova-Jekov 06.28.3.3., AE-28, VΠ IOVΛ ANT CEΛEVKOV MAPKIANOΠOLITΩN, Zeus left,88 views056p Elagabalus (218-222 A.D.), and Julia Maesa, Moesia, Markianopolis, Hristova-Jekov 06.28.3.3., AE-28, VΠ IOVΛ ANT CEΛEVKOV MAPKIANOΠOLITΩN, Zeus left,
avers: AVT K M AVP ANTΩNEINOC AVΓ IOVΛIA MAICA AVΓ, Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Elagabalus facing diademed and draped bust of Julia Maesa
revers: VΠ IOVΛ ANT CEΛEVKOV MAPKIANOΠOLITΩN (AP and ΩN ligate), Zeus standing left with patera and sceptre, E to right.
exe: -/E//--, diameter: 27-28mm, weight: 13,24g, axis:0h,
mint: Moesia, Markianopolis, Magistrate:Iulius Antoninus Selevkus, date: 218-222 A.D.,
ref: Hristova/Jekov (2014) No. 06.28.3.3.,
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06 - Antoninus Pius - AR Denarius 'AEQUITAS AUG'31 viewsRoman Empire
Emperor Antoninus Pius (138 - 161 AD)
Silver Denarius 'AEQUITAS' - Struck 140 - 144 AD at the Rome Mint

obv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III, laureate head right
rev: AEQVITAS AVG, Aequitas standing left holding scales and sceptre.

3.1 Grams
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06 - Antoninus Pius - AR Denarius - ITALIA55 viewsRoman Empire
Emperor Antoninus Pius (138 - 161 AD)
Silver Denarius. Rome Mint. Struck 140 AD.

obv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TR P COS III - laureate head right.

rev: ITA LIA - Italia in turreted crown, seated left on globe with cornucopiae & scepter.

weight: 3.1grams
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06 - Antoninus Pius - AR Denarius - ITALIA18 viewsRoman Empire
Emperor Antoninus Pius (138 - 161 AD)
Silver Denarius. Rome Mint. Struck 140 AD.

obv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TR P COS III - laureate head right.

rev: ITA LIA - Italia in turreted crown, seated left on globe with cornucopiae & scepter.

weight: 3.1grams
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06 - Antoninus Pius - AR Denarius - ITALIA32 viewsRoman Empire
Emperor Antoninus Pius (138 - 161 AD)
Silver Denarius. Rome Mint. Struck 140 AD.

obv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TR P COS III - laureate head right.

rev: ITA LIA - Italia in turreted crown, seated left on globe with cornucopiae & scepter.

weight: 3.1grams
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06 - Antoninus Pius - AR Denarius - ITALIA15 viewsRoman Empire
Emperor Antoninus Pius (138 - 161 AD)
Silver Denarius. Rome Mint. Struck 140 AD.

obv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TR P COS III - laureate head right.

rev: ITA LIA - Italia in turreted crown, seated left on globe with cornucopiae & scepter.

weight: 3.1grams
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06 - Antoninus Pius - AR Denarius - ITALIA - obv17 viewsRoman Empire
Emperor Antoninus Pius (138 - 161 AD)
Silver Denarius. Rome Mint. Struck 140 AD.

obv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TR P COS III - laureate head right.

rev: ITA LIA - Italia in turreted crown, seated left on globe with cornucopiae & scepter.

weight: 3.1grams
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06 - Antoninus Pius - AR Denarius - ITALIA - rev12 viewsRoman Empire
Emperor Antoninus Pius (138 - 161 AD)
Silver Denarius. Rome Mint. Struck 140 AD.

obv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TR P COS III - laureate head right.

rev: ITA LIA - Italia in turreted crown, seated left on globe with cornucopiae & scepter.

weight: 3.1grams
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06 - Antoninus Pius - AR Denarius - Posthumous Issue - Altar 11 viewsImperial Rome
Antoninus Pius ( 138-161 AD.)
Silver Denarius. Rome Mint.
Posthumous Issue struck under Emperor Marcus Aurelius.

obv: DIVVS ANTONINVS - Bare head right.
rev: DIVO PIO - Altar/Shrine with doors closed.

RIC III-441 (Marcus Aurelius).

2.99gr.
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06 - Antoninus Pius - AR Denarius - Posthumous Issue - Altar 10 viewsImperial Rome
Antoninus Pius ( 138-161 AD.)
Silver Denarius. Rome Mint.
Posthumous Issue struck under Emperor Marcus Aurelius.

obv: DIVVS ANTONINVS - Bare head right.
rev: DIVO PIO - Altar/Shrine with doors closed.

RIC III-441 (Marcus Aurelius).

2.99gr.
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06 - Antoninus Pius - AR Denarius - Posthumous Issue - Altar 33 viewsImperial Rome
Antoninus Pius ( 138-161 AD.)
Silver Denarius. Rome Mint.
Posthumous Issue struck under Emperor Marcus Aurelius.

obv: DIVVS ANTONINVS - Bare head right.
rev: DIVO PIO - Altar/Shrine with doors closed.

RIC III-441 (Marcus Aurelius).

2.99gr.
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06 - Antoninus Pius - AR Denarius - Posthumous Issue - Altar.21 viewsImperial Rome
Antoninus Pius ( 138-161 AD.)
Silver Denarius. Rome Mint.
Posthumous Issue struck under Emperor Marcus Aurelius.

obv: DIVVS ANTONINVS - Bare head right.
rev: DIVO PIO - Altar/Shrine with doors closed.

RIC III-441 (Marcus Aurelius).

2.99gr.
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06 - Antoninus Pius AR Denarius, bare head of Marcus Aurelius reverse.8 viewsAncient Roman Empire.
Silver Denarius struck under Emperor Antoninus Pius(138 - 161 AD); with Marcus Aurelius as Caesar. Rome Mint.

obv: ANTONINUS AUG PIUS PP TRP COS III - Laureate head of Emperor Antoninus Pius facing right.

rev: AURELIUS CAESAR AUG PII F COS - Bare head of a young Marcus Aurelius facing right.
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06 - Faustina I - 02 - AR Denarius - Peacock 'CONSECRATIO' - NGC Choice VF56 viewsAncient Roman Empire
Empress Faustina Senior (138 - 141), Wife of Emperor Antoninus Pius (AD 138 - 161).
Silver Denarius, Struck at the Rome Mint by the Emperor Antoninus Pius to consecrate and commemorate his wife after her death.

(All Titles in Latin)
obv: DIVA FAUSTINA - Veiled and Draped bust facing right.
rev: CONSECRATIO - Peacock facing right, head left, standing on scepter with knobs on both ends.
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*Note how the two head feathers on the top of the Peacock's head seperate the 'R' and the 'A' in " CONSECR ATIO ' on the reverse.
***Less common type with Veiled bust obverse rather than her usual bust with hair wrapped on the top of her head, like on my other example of this type with the same reverse design and titles, and the same obverse titles.
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Certified "Choice Very Fine" by NGC Ancients.
Strike: 4/5
Surface: 4/5
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06 - Faustina I - 02 - AR Denarius - Peacock 'CONSECRATIO' - NGC Choice VF.15 viewsAncient Roman Empire
Empress Faustina Senior (138 - 141), Wife of Emperor Antoninus Pius (AD 138 - 161).
Silver Denarius, Struck at the Rome Mint by the Emperor Antoninus Pius to consecrate and commemorate his wife after her death.

(All Titles in Latin)
obv: DIVA FAUSTINA - Veiled and Draped bust facing right.
rev: CONSECRATIO - Peacock facing right, head left, standing on scepter with knobs on both ends.
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*Note how the head feathers on the peacock's head seperate the 'R' and the 'A' in CONSECR ATIO

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Certified "Choice Very Fine" by NGC Ancients.
Strike: 4/5
Surface: 4/5
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** Any scratches, smudges or marks are on the slab, not the coin itself. **
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06 - Faustina I - AR Denarius - Peacock, 'CONSECRATIO' 30 viewsAnnia Galeria Faustina (AD 138-141) Silver Denarius.
Rome mint, AD 147-161. Died 141 AD. Cohen 175, RIC 384.
Roman Empress and wife of Roman Emperor Antoninus Pius.

Obv: DIVA FAUSTINA - Draped bust right.
Rev: CONSECR ATIO - Peacock facing right, head left, standing on scepter with knobs on both ends.
Note the Peacock's headfeathers sticking up between the 'R' and 'A' of 'CONSECRATIO'.
2.62 grams.

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06 - Faustina I - AR Denarius - Peacock, 'CONSECRATIO' - 0122 viewsAnnia Galeria Faustina (AD 138-141) Silver Denarius.
Rome mint, AD 147-161. Died 141 AD. Cohen 175, RIC 384.
Roman Empress and wife of Roman Emperor Antoninus Pius.

Obv: DIVA FAUSTINA - Draped bust right.
Rev: CONSECR ATIO - Peacock facing right, head left, standing on scepter with knobs on both ends.
Note the Peacock's headfeathers sticking up between the 'R' and 'A' of 'CONSECRATIO'.
2.62 grams.
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06 - Faustina I - AR Denarius - Peacock, 'CONSECRATIO' - 0212 viewsAnnia Galeria Faustina (AD 138-141) Silver Denarius.
Rome mint, AD 147-161. Died 141 AD. Cohen 175, RIC 384.
Roman Empress and wife of Roman Emperor Antoninus Pius.

Obv: DIVA FAUSTINA - Draped bust right.
Rev: CONSECR ATIO - Peacock facing right, head left, standing on scepter with knobs on both ends.
Note the Peacock's headfeathers sticking up between the 'R' and 'A' of 'CONSECRATIO'.
2.62 grams.
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06 - Faustina I - AR Denarius - Peacock, 'CONSECRATIO' - 0312 viewsAnnia Galeria Faustina (AD 138-141) Silver Denarius.
Rome mint, AD 147-161. Died 141 AD. Cohen 175, RIC 384.
Roman Empress and wife of Roman Emperor Antoninus Pius.

Obv: DIVA FAUSTINA - Draped bust right.
Rev: CONSECR ATIO - Peacock facing right, head left, standing on scepter with knobs on both ends.
Note the Peacock's headfeathers sticking up between the 'R' and 'A' of 'CONSECRATIO'.
2.62 grams.
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06 - Faustina I - AR Denarius - Peacock, 'CONSECRATIO' - 0415 viewsAnnia Galeria Faustina (AD 138-141) Silver Denarius.
Rome mint, AD 147-161. Died 141 AD. Cohen 175, RIC 384.
Roman Empress and wife of Roman Emperor Antoninus Pius.

Obv: DIVA FAUSTINA - Draped bust right.
Rev: CONSECR ATIO - Peacock facing right, head left, standing on scepter with knobs on both ends.
Note the Peacock's headfeathers sticking up between the 'R' and 'A' of 'CONSECRATIO'.
2.62 grams.
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06 - Faustina I - AR Denarius - Peacock, 'CONSECRATIO' - off color10 viewsAnnia Galeria Faustina (AD 138-141) Silver Denarius.
Rome mint, AD 147-161. Died 141 AD. Cohen 175, RIC 384.
Roman Empress and wife of Roman Emperor Antoninus Pius.

Obv: DIVA FAUSTINA - Draped bust right.
Rev: CONSECR ATIO - Peacock facing right, head left, standing on scepter with knobs on both ends.
Note the Peacock's headfeathers sticking up between the 'R' and 'A' of 'CONSECRATIO'.
2.62 grams.
*photo is off color due to my camera problems.
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06 - Faustina I - AR Denarius - Peacock, 'CONSECRATIO' - VII11 viewsAnnia Galeria Faustina (AD 138-141) Silver Denarius.
Rome mint, AD 147-161. Died 141 AD. Cohen 175, RIC 384.
Roman Empress and wife of Roman Emperor Antoninus Pius.

Obv: DIVA FAUSTINA - Draped bust right.
Rev: CONSECR ATIO - Peacock facing right, head left, standing on scepter with knobs on both ends.

Note the Peacock's headfeathers sticking up between the 'R' and 'A' of 'CONSECRATIO'.

2.62 grams.
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07 - Faustina Jr. - AR Denarius - CERES12 viewsAncient Roman Empire
Empress Faustina Jr. (161 - 175 AD)
also known as 'Faustina the Younger', daughter of Roman Emperor Antoninus Pius (138 - 161 AD) and Roman Empress Faustina Sr. (138 - 141 AD) also known as 'Faustina the Elder'.
Faustina Jr. was wife of the Roman Emperor, who also happened to be her maternal cousin, Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius (161 - 180 AD).
She was also mother to the future Emperor 'Commodus' (180 - 192 AD, sole reign ).

obv: FAVSTINA AVGVSTA - Draped bust of Empress Faustina facing right.
rev: CERES - Ceres seated left, holding corn ears and long torch.

Size: 19 mm
Weight: 3.4 Grams
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Imperial Lifetime Issue Minted During the Reign of Marcus Aurelius.

References: RIC 669, RSC 35, BMC 79
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07 - Faustina Jr. - AR Denarius - CERES23 viewsAncient Roman Empire
Empress Faustina Jr. (161 - 175 AD)
also known as 'Faustina the Younger', daughter of Roman Emperor Antoninus Pius (138 - 161 AD) and Roman Empress Faustina Sr. (138 - 141 AD) also known as 'Faustina the Elder'.
Faustina Jr. was wife of the Roman Emperor, who also happened to be her maternal cousin, Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius (161 - 180 AD).
She was also mother to the future Emperor 'Commodus' (180 - 192 AD, sole reign ).

obv: FAVSTINA AVGVSTA - Draped bust of Empress Faustina facing right.
rev: CERES - Ceres seated left, holding corn ears and long torch.

Size: 19 mm
Weight: 3.4 Grams
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Imperial Lifetime Issue Minted During the Reign of Marcus Aurelius.

References: RIC 669, RSC 35, BMC 79
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07 - Faustina Jr. - AR Denarius - CERES17 viewsAncient Roman Empire
Empress Faustina Jr. (161 - 175 AD)
also known as 'Faustina the Younger', daughter of Roman Emperor Antoninus Pius (138 - 161 AD) and Roman Empress Faustina Sr. (138 - 141 AD) also known as 'Faustina the Elder'.
Faustina Jr. was wife of the Roman Emperor, who also happened to be her maternal cousin, Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius (161 - 180 AD).
She was also mother to the future Emperor 'Commodus' (180 - 192 AD, sole reign ).

obv: FAVSTINA AVGVSTA - Draped bust of Empress Faustina facing right.
rev: CERES - Ceres seated left, holding corn ears and long torch.

Size: 19 mm
Weight: 3.4 Grams
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Imperial Lifetime Issue Minted During the Reign of Marcus Aurelius.

References: RIC 669, RSC 35, BMC 79
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07 - Faustina Jr. - AR Denarius - CERES25 viewsAncient Roman Empire
Empress Faustina Jr. (161 - 175 AD)
also known as 'Faustina the Younger', daughter of Roman Emperor Antoninus Pius (138 - 161 AD) and Roman Empress Faustina Sr. (138 - 141 AD) also known as 'Faustina the Elder'.
Faustina Jr. was wife of the Roman Emperor, who also happened to be her maternal cousin, Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius (161 - 180 AD).
She was also mother to the future Emperor 'Commodus' (180 - 192 AD, sole reign ).

obv: FAVSTINA AVGVSTA - Draped bust of Empress Faustina facing right.
rev: CERES - Ceres seated left, holding corn ears and long torch.

Size: 19 mm
Weight: 3.4 Grams
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Imperial Lifetime Issue Minted During the Reign of Marcus Aurelius.

References: RIC 669, RSC 35, BMC 79
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07 - Faustina Jr. - AR Denarius - CERES - with US 25 Cent coin.8 viewsAncient Roman Empire
Empress Faustina Jr. (161 - 175 AD)
also known as 'Faustina the Younger', daughter of Roman Emperor Antoninus Pius (138 - 161 AD) and Roman Empress Faustina Sr. (138 - 141 AD) also known as 'Faustina the Elder'.
Faustina Jr. was wife of the Roman Emperor, who also happened to be her maternal cousin, Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius (161 - 180 AD).
She was also mother to the future Emperor 'Commodus' (180 - 192 AD, sole reign ).

obv: FAVSTINA AVGVSTA - Draped bust of Empress Faustina facing right.
rev: CERES - Ceres seated left, holding corn ears and long torch.

Size: 19 mm
Weight: 3.4 Grams
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Imperial Lifetime Issue Minted During the Reign of Marcus Aurelius.

References: RIC 669, RSC 35, BMC 79
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07 - Faustina Jr. - AR Denarius - CERES - with US 25 Cent coin.12 viewsAncient Roman Empire
Empress Faustina Jr. (161 - 175 AD)
also known as 'Faustina the Younger', daughter of Roman Emperor Antoninus Pius (138 - 161 AD) and Roman Empress Faustina Sr. (138 - 141 AD) also known as 'Faustina the Elder'.
Faustina Jr. was wife of the Roman Emperor, who also happened to be her maternal cousin, Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius (161 - 180 AD).
She was also mother to the future Emperor 'Commodus' (180 - 192 AD, sole reign ).

obv: FAVSTINA AVGVSTA - Draped bust of Empress Faustina facing right.
rev: CERES - Ceres seated left, holding corn ears and long torch.

Size: 19 mm
Weight: 3.4 Grams
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Imperial Lifetime Issue Minted During the Reign of Marcus Aurelius.

References: RIC 669, RSC 35, BMC 79
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08. Philip I.41 viewsAntoninianus, 248 AD, Antioch mint.
Obverse: IMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVG / Radiate bust of Philip I.
Reverse: SAECVLVM NOVVM / Hexastyle temple with seated statue of Roma.
4.25 gm., 21 mm.
RIC 86a.

This particular reverse type seems to be the only one of the Millennium types to have been minted in Antioch. Characteristics of the Antioch mint on this coin include a left-facing bust and the long obverse legend.
The temple is the Temple of Roma in Rome, begun by Hadrian and complete by Antoninus Pius in 141 AD.
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098-117 AD - TRAJAN AR denarius - struck 112-114 AD129 viewsobv: IMP TRAIANO AVG GER DAC P M TR P COS VI PP (laureate bust right, slight drapery on left shoulder)
rev: SPQR OPTIMO PRINCIPI (Abundantia standing left, holding cornucopiae and grain ears; at her feet, a child holding a roll), in ex. ALIM ITAL [Alimenta Italiae]
ref: RIC II 243, C.9 (3frcs)
mint: Rome
2.91gms, 19mm

The Alimenta was a welfare program for poor children and orphans. Credit for designing the program is usually attributed to Nerva, but it was increased and formally organized under Trajan. The Alimenta was funded from several sources. Probably, money from the Dacian Wars was used to initially underwrite the program; however, the long-term existence of the program was insured through 5% interest paid by wealthy landowners on loans and estate taxes. Philanthropy was also encouraged and contributed to the total funding.
Under Alimenta, boys of freemen received 16 sesterces monthly, girls received 12, while children borne out of wedlock received a bit less. The Alimenta was supplemented with a special young girls foundation initiated by Antoninus Pius in honor of his deceased wife Faustina. Municipal magistrates administered the alimentary funds and in turn were supervised by imperial clerks who had the status of knights.
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1. Aeneas travels from Troy to Italy 47 viewsAntoninus Pius. 138-161 AD. Sestertius (24.15g, Ø 33mm, 12h). Rome mint. Struck AD 140-144.
Obv.: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III, laureate head right.
Rev.: S C [left and right in field], Aeneas wearing a short tunic and cloac, advancing right, carrying Anchises on left shoulder and holding Ascanius by right hand. Anchises (veiled and draped) carries a box in left hand, Ascanius wears a short tunic and Phrygian cap and caries a pedum in left hand. RIC 627[R2], BMCRE 1292, Cohen 761; Banti (I Grandi Bronzi Imperiali) 373 (4 specimens); Foss 57b.

This sestertius was issued in preparation of the 900th anniversary of Rome which was celebrated in A.D.147.
The scene depicts Aeneas leaving Ilium, as the Romans called Troy, with Ascanius and Anchises. According to Vergil (Aeneid, Book 2), Aeneas, the son of the goddess Venus and the Trojan Anchises, fled with some remnants of the inhabitants of Troy as it fell to the Greeks, taking with him his son, Ascanius, his elderly father, Anchises, and the Palladium, the ancient sacred statue of Athena. The Trojans eventually made their way west to resettle in Italy. There they intermarried with the local inhabitants and founded the town of Lavinium, and thereby became the nucleus of the future Roman people. One of the descendants of Aeneas' son Ascanius (known now as Iulus) was Rhea Silvia, mother of Romulus and Remus, founders of Rome. The mythological depictions on this coin reinforce the importance of Ilium, not only as the seedbed of the future Roman people, but also as the mother city of the future caput mundi.
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10. Elagabalus.22 viewsDenarius, 218 - 219 AD, Rome mint.
Obverse: IMP CAES M AVR ANTONINVS AVG / Laureate bust of Elagabalus.
Reverse: SALVS . ANTONINI . AVG / Salus standing, feeding snake held in her arms.
2.96 gm., 19 mm
RIC #140.

At this time in Roman history, people were already looking back to the reigns of Antoninus Pius and Marcus Aurelius as a Golden Age. Later emperors wanted to be associated with them, and to that end Septimius Severus adopted himself into the Antonine Dynasty. His son Caracalla assumed the name Antoninus as his official name, as did Elagabalus. The reverse of this coin pictures Salus, the goddess of good health and well-being. The legend expresses the wish, roughly translated, "Long live the Antonine Emperors."
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103. Hadrian19 viewsHadrian

With execution of four power men in the beginning of his reign, his relations with the senate were irrevocably damaged, never really to improve until his death, when the senate hoped to have posthumous revenge. Much was said against him after his death, and by many persons. The senate wished to annul his acts, and would have refrained from naming him "the Deified" had not Antoninus requested it. Antoninus, moreover, finally built a temple for him at Puteoli to take the place of a tomb, and he also established a quinquennial contest and flamens and sodales and many other institutions which appertain to the honour of one regarded as a god. It is for this reason, as has been said before, that many think that Antoninus received the surname Pius.

AR Denarius. IMP CAESAR TRAIAN HADRIANVS AVG, laureate bust right / P M TR P COS III, Victory flying right with trophy. RSC 1132, RIC 101
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104. Antoninus Pius24 viewsAntoninus Pius, as Caesar, ? As. 138 AD. IMP T AELIVS CAESAR ANTONINVS, draped bust right / TRIB POT COS S-C, clasped hands holding grain ears and caduceus. RIC 1088b [Hadrian], Cohen 1067.
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104. Antoninus Pius37 viewsAntoninus Pius

The long reign of the emperor Antoninus Pius is often described as a period of peace and quiet before the storm which followed and plagued his successor, Marcus Aurelius. In addition to the relative peacefulness, this emperor set the tone for a low-keyed imperial administration which differed markedly from those of his two immediate predecessors, Trajan and Hadrian. Antoninus managed to govern the empire capably and yet with such a gentle hand that he earned the respect, acclaim, and love of his subjects. Antoninus Pius died in March of A.D. 161, after giving the appropriate imperial watchword which so typified his reign, "equanimity". He was soon afterward deified by the Senate.

RI2. Denarius. ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XXIIII, laureate head right / FELIC SAEC COS IIII, Felicitas standing left, holding caduceus & leaning on short column. RSC 361. RIC 309
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104. Antoninus Pius29 viewsDivus Antoninus Pius. Died A.D. 161. Æ sestertius under Marcus Aurelius, ca. A.D. 161.
Bare head right / Four-tiered funeral pyre, decorated with garlands, surmounted by quadriga. RIC 1266 (Marcus Aurelius); BMC 872 (Aurelius and Verus); Cohen 165.

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104. Antoninus Pius24 viewsAntoninus Pius AE As, 139 AD.

Obv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS II, laureate head right
Rev: FELICITAS AVG, Felicitas standing facing, head left, holding caduceus and
branch, S-C across fields.

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104. Antoninus Pius38 viewsAntoninus Pius. AD 138-161. Æ Sestertius (31mm, 24.70 g, 12h). Rome mint. Struck AD 149. Laureate head right / Crossed cornucopias from which a grape bunch flanked by two grain ears hang, surmounted by busts of boy. RIC III 857; Banti 410. Near VF, brown patina, minor surface roughness.

From the Fairfield Collection. Ex Pegasi Auctions 25 (8 November 2011), lot 504.

The infants are thought to be T. Aelius Antoninus and T. Aurelius Antoninus, the twin sons of Marcus Aurelius and Faustina Junior born in AD 149. These were the first male offspring of the couple, offering hope for the establishment of the new dynasty, but both died in infancy.

Ex-CNG Eauction 329 446/150/180
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104. Antoninus Pius27 viewsDivus Antoninus Pius. Died AD 161. AR Denarius (18mm, 3.06 g, 6h). Rome mint. Struck under Marcus and Lucius, AD 161. Bare head right / Funeral pyre of four tiers, decorated with garlands and surmounted by facing quadriga. RIC III 436 (Aurelius); MIR 18, 27/4-10 (Aurelius); RSC 164. VF, lightly toned, small deposits on reverse. 1 commentsecoli
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104. Antoninus Pius & Marcus Aurelius32 viewsAntoninus Pius & Marcus Aurelius

In preparation for the succession, Antoninus' daughter Faustina married Marcus Aurelius in A.D. 145 and she soon became Augusta in place of her deceased mother. Marcus Aurelius was associated in imperial powers and he and L. Verus both held the consulship multiple times in preparation for their accession. In his Meditations, Marcus Aurelius expressed his enduring love and respect for his adoptive father: "Do all things as a disciple of Antoninus. Think of his constancy in every act rationally undertaken, his invariable equability, his piety, his serenity of countenance, his sweetness of disposition, his contempt for the bubble of fame, and his zeal for getting a true grasp of affairs."

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Sestertius. ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III, laureate head right / AVRELIVS CAESAR AVG PII COS S-C. Cohen 34.
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104. Antonius Pius16 viewsAntoninus Pius AE As. ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P IMP II, laureate head right / TR POT XIX COS IIII S-C in wreath. Cohen 999. Ric 958

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104a. Faustina 32 viewsFaustina I

Annia Galeria Faustina, "the Elder", was the wife of the Roman Emperor Antoninus Pius, an aunt of Marcus Aurelius, and mother of Faustina the Younger. She was the daughter of the consul Marcus Annius Verus, and married Antoninus around 110 AD. They had two sons and two daughters. She became Augusta upon the accession of her husband. Although Augustan History impugned her character, criticizing her for "excessive frankness" and "levity", she and Antoninus seem to have been happily married until her death in 140 or 141

obv: DIVA FAVSTINA (diademed & draped bust right)
rev: AVGVSTA (Pietas standing left with raised hand, altar at foot left)
ref: RIC III 374 (Ant.Pius), RSC 124 (2frcs)

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106a. Crispina48 viewsCrispina married the sixteen year-old, Commodus in the summer of 178 and brought him, as a dowry, a large number of estates. These, when added to the Imperial holdings, gave him control of a substantial part of Lucanian territory. The actual ceremony was modest but was commemorated on coinage and largesse was distributed to the people. An epithalamium for the occasion was composed by the sophist Julius Pollux.

Upon her marriage, Crispina received the title of Augusta, and thus, became Empress of the Roman Empire as her husband was co-emperor with her father-in-law at the time. The previous empress and her mother-in-law, Faustina the Younger, having died three years prior to her arrival.

Like most marriages of young members of the nobiles, it was arranged by paters: in Crispina's case by her father and her father-in-law, Emperor Marcus Aurelius. Crispina probably meant little to her egocentric husband though she was a beautiful woman. The other possible reason being that Commodus was known to prefer the company of men. Crispina is described as being a graceful person with a susceptible heart, but there is no medal extant of her.

As Augusta, Crispina was extensively honoured with public images, during the last two years of her father-in-law's reign and the initial years of her husband's reign. She did not seem to have any significant political influence over her husband during his bizarre reign. However, she was not exempted from court politics either as her sister-in-law, Lucilla, was an ambitious woman and was reportedly jealous of Crispina, the reigning empress, due to her position and power.

Crispina's marriage failed to produce an heir due to her husband's inability, which led to a dynastic succession crisis. In fact, both Anistius Burrus (with whom Commodus had share his first consulate as sole ruler) and Gaius Arrius Antoninus, who were probably related to the imperial family, were allegedly put to death 'on the suspicion of pretending to the throne'.

After ten years of marriage, Crispina was falsely charged with adultery by her husband and was banished to the island of Capri in 188, where she was later executed. After her banishment, Commodus did not marry again but took on a mistress, a woman named Marcia, who was later said to have conspired in his murder.

Crispina, wife of Commodus, 177-192, AE Dupondius or As (24x25mm), aVF. Sear RCV 6018. Obv. CRISPINA AVGVSTA, draped bust right. Rev. IVNO LVCINA S C, Juno standing left holding patera and scepter. The coin is brown and green, on a squarish flan.
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137-161 AD - Antoninus Pius - RIC III 969 var - TR POT XX COS IIII S C68 viewsEmperor: Antoninus Pius (r. 137-161 AD)
Date: 156-157 AD
Condition: Fair
Denomination: Dupondis

Obverse: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP IMP II
Emperor Antoninus Pius Father of the Country Second Imperatorial Acclamation
Bust left; radiate

Reverse: TR POT XX COS IIII S C
Tribune Twentieth Term Consul Fourth Term; Minted by Senatorial Decree
Annona standing right, foot on prow, holding rudder on globe and modius.

Rome mint
Strack, Antoninus Pius 1128; var. RIC III 969
11.63g; 24.6mm; 15°
Pep
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13842 viewsAntoninus Pius 138-61 AD
AE as
Obv "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TRP XVIII"
Laureate bust right
Rev "BRITANNIA COS IIII SC"
Britannia seated left
Rome mint
RIC 934
mauseus
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13832 viewsAntoninus Pius 138-61 AD
AE sestertius
Obv "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP IMP II"
Laureate bust right
Rev "TR POT XX COS IIII SC"
Iustitia (or Securitas) seated left on a chair of crossed cornucopiae
Rome mint
RIC 967
mauseus
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13839 viewsAntoninus Pius 138-61 AD
AE sestertius
Obv "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TRP COS III"
Laureate bust right
Rev "ANNONA AVG SC"
Annona standing right holding corn ears, prow to right
Rome mint
RIC 597a
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13844 viewsAntoninus Pius 138-61 AD
AE sestertius
Obv "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TRP"
Laureate bust right
Rev "COS IIII SC"
Securitas seated left
Rome mint
RIC 764
mauseus
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13819 viewsAntoninus Pius 138-61 AD
AR denarius
Obv "IMP T AEL CAES HADRI ANTONINVS"
Bare head right
Rev "AVG PIVS PM TRP COS DES II"
Diana standing right holding bow and arrow
Rome mint
RIC 7
mauseus
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13816 viewsAntoninus Pius 138-61 AD
AE 24 mm
Zeugma
Rev: Shrine and temple enclosure
BMC 2; SNG Hunter 2631-2
mauseus
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13816 viewsAntoninus Pius 138-61 AD
AE as
Obv "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP"
Laureate head left
Rev "TR POT COS IIII SC"
Aeternitas standing left holding scarf and with out stretched arm
Rome mint
RIC 832b
mauseus
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13822 views23 views
Antoninus Pius 138-61 AD
AE 18 mm
Nicomedia in Bithynia
Rev Demeter standing left
BMC 13
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13812 viewsAntoninus Pius 138-61 AD
AE sestertius
Obv "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP"
Laureate bust right
Rev "IMP II TR POT COS III SC"
Victory walking right holding holding trophy
Rome mint
RIC 715
mauseus
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13816 viewsAntoninus Pius 138-61 AD
AE drachm
Alexandria
Year 2
Rev: Two canopic jars
Dattari cf 2497
mauseus
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13825 viewsAntoninus Pius 138-61 AD
AE drachm
Alexandria
Year 17
Rev: Temple complex of Caesarea, mount Argaeus behind
Milne 2251
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13812 viewsAntoninus Pius 138-61 AD
AE drachm
Alexandria
Year 12
Rev: Athena standing left resting on shield
Milne -, Koln 1599, SNG Glasgow cf 4207
mauseus
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13814 viewsAntoninus Pius 138-61 AD
AE drachm
Alexandria
Year 12
Rev: Serapis seated left within a distyle temple
SNG Glasgow 4211, Koln 1620
mauseus
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AR denarius
Obv "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TRP XI"
Laureate head right
Rev "COS IIII"
Vesta standing left holding simpulum and Palladium
Rome mint
RIC -; BMC 619
mauseus
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13829 viewsAntoninus Pius 138-61 AD
AE dupondius
Obv "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TRP XVIII"
Radiate bust right
Rev "BRITANNIA COS IIII SC"
Britannia seated left
Rome mint
RIC 930
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138-161 AD - ANTONINUS PIUS AE as - struck 140-143 AD55 viewsobv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TRP COS III (laureate head right)
rev: IMPERATOR II / S.C. (Victory advancing left, holding shield inscibed BRITAN)
ref: RIC III 732, C.442 ( 6frcs)
11.71gms, 27mm, brass
Scarce
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138-161 AD - ANTONINUS PIUS AE as - struck 140-143 AD62 viewsobv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TRP COS III (laureate head right)
rev: CONCORDIA EXERCITVM / S.C. (Concordia standing left, holding Victory and aquila)
ref: RIC III 678, C.140 (2frcs)
10.26gms, 26mm

This reverse symbolises the concord between the emperor and the army. The reign of Antoninus Pius was the most peaceful in the entire history of the Principate; while there were several military disturbances throughout the Empire in his time, the Moors in Mauretania (AD150), the Jews in Iudaea (for seventeen years the Romans didn't allow the Jews to bury their dead in Betar, after the Bar Kokhba revolt), the Brigantes in Britannia (AD 140-145, the Antonine Wall being built ca. 40 miles further north), the different Germanic tribes at the Germania limes, the Alans in Dacia (AD158), and had to put down rebellions in the provinces of Achaia and Egypt (AD154).
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138-161 AD - ANTONINUS PIUS AE as - struck 145-161 AD39 viewsobv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TRP COS III (laureate head right)
rev: - / S.C. (Apollo standing left, holding patera & lyre)
ref: RIC III 824, C.748 (6frcs)
9.23gms, 25mm
Scarce
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138-161 AD - ANTONINUS PIUS AE as - struck 159-160 AD38 viewsobv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XXIII (laureate head right)
rev: COS IIII (Genius of the Senate standing on cippus within arched temple), S-C in ex.
ref: RIC III 1039 (S), Cohen337 (5frcs)
10.21gms, 23mm
Rare

According to Cohen this temple is a tetrastyle (four columns) design, but just the front columns with the Victories are visible on the coin's reverse. The statue on cippus is maybe Antoninus as personification of Genius?
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138-161 AD - ANTONINUS PIUS AE dupondius - struck 149 AD42 viewsobv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TRP XII (radiate head right)
rev: COS IIII / S.C. (Aequitas standing left holding scales & cornucopiae)
ref: RIC III 858, C.233 (2frcs)
mint: Rome
13.18gms, 26mm, brass
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138-161 AD - ANTONINUS PIUS AE dupondius - struck 153-154 AD74 viewsobv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TRP XVII (radiate head right)
rev: INDVLGENTIA AVG COS IIII / S.C. (Indulgentia seated left, extending right hand & holding scepter)
ref: RIC III 919, C.455 (2frcs)
13.51gms, 25mm, brass
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138-161 AD - ANTONINUS PIUS AE sestertius - struck 140-149 AD39 viewsobv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III (laureate head right)
rev: - / S.C. (Spes standing left, holding flower & raising hem of skirt)
ref: RIC III 626, C.754
25.20gms, 32mm, brass
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138-161 AD - ANTONINUS PIUS AE sestertius - struck 143-144 AD85 viewsobv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III (laureate head right)
rev: IMPERATOR II / S.C. (Victory flying right, holding trophy in both hands)
ref: RIC III 717, C.433(4frcs)
mint: Rome
23.01gms, 30mm, brass
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138-161 AD - ANTONINUS PIUS AE sestertius - struck 145-161 AD78 viewsobv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TRP COS IIII (laureate head right)
rev: - / S.C. (Minerva advancing right brandishing javelin & holding shield)
ref: RIC III 779, C.745 (4frcs)
27.54gms, 33mm, brass
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138-161 AD - ANTONINUS PIUS AE sestertius - struck 145-161 AD42 viewsobv: ANTONINVS.AVG.PIVS.P.P.TR.P. (laureate head right)
rev: HONORI.AVG.COS.III / S.C. (Honos standing left holding taper & scepter)
ref: RIC III-772, Cohen 414
22.08gms, 32mm, brass,
Scarce
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138-161 AD - ANTONINUS PIUS AE sestertius - struck 147-148 AD100 viewsobv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TRP (laureate head right)
rev: COS IIII around, S-C on platform, [LIBERALITAS / AVG IIII] in exergue (Emperor seated on platform with outstretched hand, officer behind him, Liberalitas holding account board (abacus) and cornucopiae before him, citizen at left below, receiving generosity, holding out fold of toga)
ref: RIC III 774, Cohen 498 (30frcs)
27.11gms, 30mm, brass
Rare

A rare historical issue with a remarkable reverse "propaganda" type. In this case, it celebrates the emperor's largesse during one of his famous nine donatives, known as "congiaria", to the citizens of Rome. Although originally these donatives were in liquid (oil and wine), by Pius' time they commonly took the form of cash. Aiding the emperor here by communicating the gifts to the citizens is the personification of generosity, Liberalitas.
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138-161 AD - ANTONINUS PIUS AE sestertius - struck 149 AD34 viewsobv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XII (laureate bust right)
rev: TEMPORVM FELICITAS, COS IIII in exergue, S C across field (crossed cornucopiae from which a grape bunch flanked by two grain ears hang, surmounted by busts of two boys, vis-á -vis)
ref: RIC III 857, Cohen 813 (8frcs), BMC 1825note
23.14gms, 30mm,
Rare

The infants are thought to represent T. Aelius Antoninus and T. Aurelius Antoninus, the twin sons of Marcus Aurelius and Faustina Junior born in 149 AD. These were the first male offspring of the couple, offering hope for the establishment of the new dynasty, but both died in infancy.
The coin is before cleaning.
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138-161 AD - ANTONINUS PIUS AE sestertius - struck 157-158 AD45 viewsobv: ANTONINVS.AVG.PIVS.PP.IMP.II (laureate head right)
rev: TR.POT.XXI.COS.IIII / S.C. (Annona standing left with corn ears over modius & rudder on prow)
ref: RIC III 981, C.-
22.13gms, 31mm, brass
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138-161 AD - ANTONINUS PIUS AR denarius - struck 139 AD32 viewsobv: ANTONINVS [AVG] PIVS PP (bare head right)
rev: TR P[OT] COS II (modius with two grain ears & poppy)
ref: RIC III 44, RSC834 (3frcs)
3.26gms, 18mm,
Scarce
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138-161 AD - ANTONINUS PIUS AR denarius - struck 140-143 AD40 viewsobv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III (laureate head right)
rev: ITALIA (Italia, towered, seated left on globe, holding cornucopiae and sceptre)
ref: RIC III 73 (C), RSC463 (5frcs), BMC 214
mint: Rome
2.63gms, 18mm,
Scarce

Antoninus had been entrusted with the government of this province as proconsul. He was chosen by Hadrian from among the four men of consular rank under whose jurisdiction Italy was placed, to administer that particular part of Italy in which the greater part of his own holdings lay. The coin probably commemorate this.
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138-161 AD - ANTONINUS PIUS AR denarius - struck 140-143 AD26 viewsobv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III (bare head right)
rev: GENIVS POP ROMANI (Genius standing front, head right, with scepter & cornucopiae)
ref: RIC III 70, RSC 405 (6frcs), BMC 207
3.15gms, 18mm

The Roman genius, representing man's natural optimism, always endeavoured to guide him to happiness; that man was intended to enjoy life is shown by the fact that the Roman spoke of indulging or cheating his genius of his due according as he enjoyed himself or failed to do so, when he had the opportunity. The genius publicus Populi Romani - probably distinct from the genius Urbis Romae, to whom an old shield on the Capitol was dedicated, stood in the forum near the temple of Concord, in the form of a bearded man, crowned with a diadem, and carrying a cornucopiae and sceptre. In imperial times the genius of Augustus and of the reigning emperor, as part of the sacra of the imperial family, were publicly worshipped. The reverse probably commemorate this (the scepter as Genius attributum is unusual).
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138-161 AD - ANTONINUS PIUS AR denarius - struck 143-144 AD38 viewsobv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III (laureate head right)
rev: IMPERATOR II (Victory standing front, head left, holding wreath and palm)
ref: RIC III 111, RSC 437, BMC 496
3.40gms, 18mm,

History: Quintus Lollius Urbicus was made governor of Roman Britain in 138. He evidently campaigned against several British tribes: the northern Brigantes, the Votadini, the Selgovae, the Damnonii and the Novantae. Lollius probably also oversaw the initial construction of the Antonine Wall and refurbished many forts. The reverse commemorates Antoninus' second imperatorial acclamation which he accepted in 143 AD for Q. Lollius Urbicus' victory over the Brigantes in Britannia.
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138-161 AD - ANTONINUS PIUS AR denarius - struck 150-151 AD44 viewsobv: IMP CAES T AEL HADR ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P (laureate head right)
rev: TR POT XIIII COS IIII / PIETAS (Pietas standing right, holding hind by the neck & plate of fruits over altar to right)
ref: RIC 201 (S), RSC 616 (5frcs)
3.25gms, 18mm,
Rare

Unusual and rare reverse. Piety meant the right and proper observance of religious ritual, a duty which fell to every citizen, and to the emperor as much or more than to anyone else. In this coin Pietas is holding a bowl of fruits above an altar with one hand, while the other trails a hind for the sacrifice. The bowl of fruits as an offering is also seen in coins showing Fides.
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138-161 AD - ANTONINUS PIUS AR denarius - struck 154-155 AD41 viewsobv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TRP XVIII (laureate head right)
rev: COS IIII (Vesta standing left, holding patera & palladium;altar at feet left)
ref: RIC III 238, C.201 (2frcs)
2.66gms, 18mm,
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138-161 AD - ANTONINUS PIUS AR denarius - struck 158-159 AD64 viewsobv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP (laureate head right)
rev: TEMPLVM DIV AVG REST COS IIII (octastyle temple [8 columns] in which the statues of Augustus and Livia reside)
ref: RIC III 143D (R), Cohen 809 (8frcs)
3.01 gms, 18mm,
Rare

History: The Temple of Divus Augustus was built between the Palatine and Capitoline Hills, behind the Basilica Julia. It is known from Roman coinage that the temple was originally built to an Ionic hexastyle design (see my Caligula sestertius). During the reign of Domitian the Temple of Divus Augustus was destroyed by fire but was rebuilt and rededicated in 89/90 with a shrine to his favourite deity, Minerva. The temple was redesigned as a memorial to four deified emperors, including Vespasian and Titus.
It was restored again in the late 150s by Antoninus Pius, who was perhaps motivated by a desire to be publicly associated with the first emperor. The exact date of the restoration is not known, but the restored temple was an octostyle design with Corinthian capitals and two statues - presumably of Augustus and Livia - in the cella. The pediment displayed a relief featuring Augustus and was topped by a quadriga. Two figures stood on the eaves of the roof, that on the left representing Romulus and the one on the right depicting Aeneas leading his family out of Troy, alluding to Rome's origin-myth. The steps of the temple were flanked by two statues of Victory.
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138-161 AD - FAUSTINA Senior AR denarius - struck 150 AD41 viewsobv: DIVA FAVSTINA (draped bust right)
rev: AED DIV FAVSTINAE (front view of temple of six columns on five steps, fencing before, statue of Faustina within)
ref: RIC III 343 (S) (AntPius), RSC 1 (10frcs), BMC 339
3.34gms, 18mm,
Scarce

This coin represents the aedes, or templum, with which, after her death, the elder Faustina was honoured by Antoninus Pius. According to Capitolinus, it was situated in the Via Sacra, and was at first dedicated to Faustina alone. But, after the decease of the husband, religious rites were paid therein to him also. A nice coin with an image of a building which still stands today in Rome.
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142 AD: Antoninus Pius Victory in Britannia200 viewsOrichalcum sestertius (25.02g). Rome mint. Struck AD 142-144
ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III Laureate head right
VICTORIA AVG / S C [in two lines in ex.] Victoria in quadriga r.
RIC 653 [S]; BMC 1326; Cohen 1082
Victory by Quintus Lollius Urbicus over the Brigantes in AD 142 in Britannia.
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143 AD: The king of Armenia is appointed by Antoninus Pius193 viewsOrichalcum sestertius (23.57g, 31mm, 11h). Rome mint. Struck AD 143-144.
ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III laureate head of Antoninus Pius facing right
REX ARMENIIS DATVS [around] S C [in ex.] Antoninus Pius, togate, standing facing, head turned left, placing a tiara on the head of the Armenian king, standing left, wearing short tunica and cloak, his right hand raised and holding a roll in his left.
RIC 619 [R]; BMC 1272; Cohen 686; Foss (Roman Historical Coins) 126:42
ex The New York Sale XX jan 2009; ex Gorny & Mosch, Auction 147 lot 2159, March 2006
In A.D. 143, Antoninus Pius appointed kings for the Armenians and the Quadi and dedicated separate issues for both events.
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144 AD: Antoninus Pius sestertius (rev. only) betrothal M.Aurelius and Faustina filia 186 viewsOrichalcum sestertius (28.4g, 35mm, 12h). Rome mint. Struck AD 144.
AN(TON)NVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III laur. head right
CONCORDIAE [/] S C [in ex.] M. Aurelius & Faustina Jr. clasping hands; large statues of Antoninus & Faustina behind
RIC 601 [S], Cohen 146, BMC 1236-40, Foss (Roman Historic Coins) 127/45a
This type was issued on the occasion of the betrothal of Marcus Aurelius and Faustina, which probably took place during the Hilaria festival celebrated on 25 March 144 (see RIC). The reverse represents Marcus Aurelius, l. and Faustina filia, daughter of Antoninus Pius and Faustina mater, r., as small figures, clasping hands over altar and before large figures representing statues on pedestals of Antoninus Pius and the late Faustina mater (died A.D. 141). The statues also clasp hands, and the that of Antoninus holds a Victory figurine.
The marriage took place the following year in A.D.145.
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15 Antoninus Pius24 viewsDenarius. ANTONINVS PIVS P P TRP COS III, laureate head right / DES IIII, Virtus standing left, holding inverted spear & parazonium. RIC 119. Weight 3.51 g. Die Axis 6 hr. Max Dia 18.2 mm.mix_val
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15 Antoninus Pius RIC 17533 viewsAntoninus Pius 138-161 AD. AR Denarius. Rome Mint. 144-148 AD. (3.45g, 18.53g) Obv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P F TR P XII, Laureate head right. Rev: COS IIII, Annona standing facing, head left, with grain-ears over modius & anchor.
RIC 175; RSC 284

Ex: Tyche Numismatics
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15 Antoninus Pius RIC 18127 viewsANTONINUS PIUS 138-161 AD. AR Denarius. Rome Mint. 148-149 AD. (3.22g; 18.42mm) Obv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XII, Laureate head right. Rev: COS IIII, Salus standing facing, head left, holding patera & rudder on globe, feeding a serpent entwined around altar.
RIC 181; RSC 281; BMC 670

Ex: Tyche Numismatics
Paddy
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15 Antoninus Pius RIC 20321 viewsAntoninus Pius 138-161 AD. AR Denarius. Rome Mint. 151-152 AD. (3.10g, 18.65mm) Obv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XV, Laureate head right. Rev: COS IIII, Vesta standing left, simpulum in right, palladium in left.
RIC 203; RSC 196

Ex: Romadrome
Paddy
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15 Antoninus Pius RIC 216a17 viewsAntoninus Pius 138-161 AD. AR Denarius. Rome Mint. 151-152 AD. Obv: IMP CAES T AEL HADR ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P, Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. TR POT XV COS IIII / PAX, Pax standing left, holding branch in her right hand and long scepter in her left.
Cohen 585. RIC 216a

Ex: Forvm Auction
Paddy
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15 Antoninus Pius RIC 23842 viewsAntoninus Pius 138-161 AD. AR Denarius. Rome Mint. 154 - 155 AD. (3.35g, 19.71mm) Obv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XVIII, Laureate head right. Rev: COS IIII, Vesta standing left holding simpulum and palladium, altar at feet.
RIC 238; RSC 201

Ex: Romadrome

Difficult to photograph but with the slightest of angle the picture turned out OK.
Paddy
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15 Antoninus Pius RIC 29920 viewsANTONINUS PIUS 138-161 AD. AR Denarius. Rome Mint.159-160 A.D. (3.23g; 17.09mm) Obv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TR P XXIII, Laureate head right. FELICITATI AVG COS IIII, Felicitas standing left, holding globe & cornucopia.
RIC 299; RSC 374

Ex: Tyche Numismatics
Paddy
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15 Antoninus Pius RIC 30119 viewsANTONINUS PIUS 138-161 AD. AR Denarius. Rome Mint. 159-160 AD. (3.5g; 17mm) Obv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XXIII, Laureate head right. Rev: PACI AVG COS IIII, Pax standing left, holding branch in one hand and scepter in the other. ., .
RIC 301; BMC 981; C 573

Ex: Incitatus Coins, Vcoins
Paddy
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15 Antoninus Pius RIC 417b31 viewsAntoninus Pius and Marcus Aurelius, as Caesar. AR Denarius. Rome Mint. 140-144 AD. (3.32g; 18mm) Obv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TR P COS III, Laureate head of Pius right. Rev:
AVRELIVS CAESAR AVG P II F COS, Bare headed and draped bust of Aurelius right.
RIC 417b; RSC 22a.

Ex: Pecunem
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15 Marcus Aurelius for Divus Antoninus Pius RIC 43647 viewsAntonius Pius. Ar Denarius. Marcus Aurelius for Divus Antoninus Pius. Rome mint. 161 AD. Obv: Obv.: DIVVS ANTONINVS, Bare head of Divus Antoninus Pius right. Rev: CONSECRATIO, Decorated funeral pyre (pyra) of four storeys, decorated with hangings and garlands, surmounted by quadriga.
C 164; RIC 436

Very diffcult coin to photograph, but it turned out decent enough.
Paddy
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150 Antoninus Pius25 viewsAntoninus Pius, August 138 - 7 March 161 A.D.
Orichalcum sestertius, RIC III 767a, Cohen II 320, Banti 120, BMCRE IV 1669, Strack III 974, SRCV II 4168, aF, 23.252g, 31.4mm, 0o, Rome mint, 145 - 147 A.D.; obverse ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P, laureate head right; reverse Antoninus in slow quadriga left, eagle-tipped scepter in left, reins in right, COS IIII / S C in two lines in exergue; scarce
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150 Antoninus Pius63 viewsAntoninus Pius, August 138 - 7 March 161 A.D. AR Denarius

ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XIIII, laureate head right; reverse COS IIII, Fortuna standing left holding rudder and cornucopia.
RIC III 194, RSC II 265, BMCRE IV 719-20, Scarce , Rome mint 150-151 A.D.
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150 Antoninus Pius44 viewsAntoninus Pius AE As . 155-156 AD. IMP CAES T AEL HADR ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P, laureate head right / TR POT XIIII COS IIII S-C, ANNONA AVG in ex. Annona seated left, holding corn ears & cornucopiae, modius to left. Cohen 49. RIC 880

25 mm

In 155 A.D.
"Emperor Antoninus Pius starts a new war against the Parthians who are led by Vologases IV. The war is brief and results in an inconclusive peace.
Rome states that while it will not be recognized as an official religion, Judaism must be tolerated.
To restore peace between the Jews and Romans, Antoninus relegalizes circumcision.
The Romans begin to abandon Hadrian's Wall."
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150 Antoninus Pius83 viewsAntoninus Pius AE Sestertius. 142 AD. ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III, laureate head right / CONCORDIA EX-ERCITVVM S-C, Concordia standing left, holding Victory & and legionary standard. Cohen 139. RIC 600, Cohen 139, BMC 1232

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150 Antoninus Pius108 viewsAntoninus Pius AE Dupondius. ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P, radiate head right / COS IIII S-C, Salus standing left feeding snake arising from altar to left & holding rudder to right.
Cohen 279 B.M.C. 1732 RIC 798, sear5 #4269 26mm 139 A.D.

Finally got a photo of my own that looked good enough lol.Took over a year but got it!


In 139A.D.
"The Tomb of Hadrian in Rome is completed, emperor Antoninus Pius cremates the body of Hadrian and placed his ashes together with that of his wife Vibia Sabina and his adopted son, Lucius Aelius in the mausoleum.
Marcus Aurelius is named Caesar. He marries Faustina the Younger, daughter of Antoninus Pius."
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150 Antoninus Pius86 viewsAntoninus Pius AR Denarius. ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P IMP II, laureate head right / TR POT XIX COS IIII, Annona standing left with corn ears & modius set on prow. RSC 983 RIC 249
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150 Antoninus Pius162 viewsAntoninus Pius AE Sestertius. 157-158 AD. ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P IMP II, laureate head right / TR POT XXI COS IIII, S-C in ex, Roma seated left on cuirass, foot on helmet, holding Victory and parazonium; shield behind. RIC III 979a Strack 1147 Banti 490 BMC 2036 . 27.7 g

Had to add a better pic of this one.
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150 Antoninus Pius93 viewsAntoninus Pius Denarius 143 AD. ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III, laureate draped bust right / IMPERATOR II, Victory standing front, head left, holding wreath and palm. RSC 438. RIC 111(c or e)18mm 3.86 g7 commentsRandygeki(h2)
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150 Antoninus Pius20 viewsAntoninus Pius AE As.

ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III, Laureate head right.
FELICITAS AVG S - C, Felicitas standing, head left, holding
short caduceus and branch.

RIC 679: Cohen 366.
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150 Antoninus Pius21 viewsAE As.
ANTONINVS AVG - PIVS P P TR P XXII, Laureate head right, COS - IIII, Togate figure standing left on pedestal in arched shrine, S C in ex
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150 Antoninus Pius20 viewsAntoninus Pius Sestertius. ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III, laureate head right / OPI AVG S-C, Ops enthroned left with transverse sceptre & drawing up draper from shoulder. RIC 612, Cohen 569, BMC 12581 commentsRandygeki(h2)
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154 - 155 A.D. ANTONINUS PIUS AE AS (Britannia mint)17 viewsObverse: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XVIII, laureate and draped bust of Antoninus Pius facing right.
Reverse: BRITANNIA COS IIII, Britannia seated facing left on rock, shield and vexillum in background; in exergue, S C.
Diameter: 26mm | Weight: 9.4gms | Die Axis: 7h
RIC III: 934 | RCV: 4296 | Cohen: 117
SCARCE

The bronze coins of Antoninus Pius bearing the "Britannia" reverse type have been found in considerable quantities in Britain, but are not generally recorded from Roman sites in France and Germany. The old theory that the "Britannia" issues of Antoninus Pius were minted in Britain is therefore not improbable, the many "Britannia" issues of Antoninus Pius found in Coventina's Well, Carrawburgh, seem to have come from only a few dies suggesting that the place of mintage for them was not far distant. It is possible though that the issue was struck at Rome and produced locally in Britannia as well.
The reverse type of Britannia seated on a rock, eventually adorned Great Britain's coinage many centuries later when the design was reintroduced by Charles II in 1672.

Dedications to Coventina and votive deposits were found in a walled area, now called “Coventina's Well”, which had been built to contain the outflow from a spring near the site of a Roman fort and settlement, on Hadrian's Wall. Now called Carrawburgh, the site is named as Procolita in the 5th century “Notitia Dignitatum”. The remains of a Roman Mithraeum and Nymphaeum were also found near the site.
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154 - 155, ANTONINUS PIUS, AE AS24 viewsObverse: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XVIII, laureate and draped bust of Antoninus Pius facing right.
Reverse: BRITANNIA COS IIII, Britannia seated facing left on rock, shield and vexillum in background; in exergue, S C.
Diameter: 26mm | Weight: 12.7gms | Die Axis: 6h
RIC III: 934 | RCV: 4296 | Cohen: 117 | BMC: 1971
SCARCE

The bronze coins of Antoninus Pius bearing the "Britannia" reverse type have been found in considerable quantities in Britain, but are not generally recorded from Roman sites in France and Germany. The old theory that the "Britannia" issues of Antoninus Pius were minted in Britain is therefore not improbable, though it is possible that the issue was both issued at Rome and produced locally in Britannia. The many "Britannia" issues of Antoninus Pius found in Coventina's Well, Carrawburgh, seem to have come from only a few dies, suggesting that the place of mintage for them was not far distant.
The reverse type of Britannia seated on a rock, eventually adorned Great Britain's coinage many centuries later when the design was reintroduced by Charles II in 1672.

Dedications to Coventina and votive deposits were found in a walled area, now called “Coventina's Well”, which had been built to contain the outflow from a spring near the site of a Roman fort and settlement, on Hadrian's Wall. Now called Carrawburgh, the site is named as Procolita in the 5th century “Notitia Dignitatum”. The remains of a Roman Mithraeum and Nymphaeum were also found near the site.
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160 Marcus Aurelius51 viewsMarcus Aurelius 161-180 A.D.

Dupondius 165-166 A.D.

obv. Marcus Aurelius, Crowned faces right, M AVREL ANTONINUS AVG ARMENIACVS PM

rev. Providentia standing l. holding wand and scepter; globe at feet, TR POT XX IMP III COS III

RIC III 924 Cohen 806

btter photo
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161-180 AD - MARCUS AURELIUS AE sestertius - struck 163-164 AD45 viewsobv: M AVREL ANTONINVS AVG ARMENIACVS P M (laureated bearded head right)
rev: VICT AVG TR P XVIII IMP II COS III (Victory standing right holding trophy a captive Armenian at her feet), S-C in field
ref: RIC 890 (S), Cohen 984 (12 Francs 1878), BMC 1092
21.14gms, 30mm,
Rare

History: After the death of Antoninus Pius the parthian king, Vologaesus III run over Armenia in 161 AD. The Expeditio orientalis was started the next year from Capua,Italy. Statius Priscus, Avidius Cassius and Martius Verus were entrusted with command of the legions while Marcus Aurelius conducted affairs of the state back in Rome. The 5 year campaign (161 – 166 AD) against Parthia proved to be as decisive as any war in recent Roman history. A Roman candidate once again sat the Armenian throne and Parthia had been thoroughly defeated. This coin commemorate the end of the first phase of the Parthian War.
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1673 CHARLES II AE HALFPENNY11 viewsObverse: CAROLVS•A•CAROLO. Laureate and cuirassed bust of Charles II facing left.
Reverse: BRITANNIA•. Britannia seated facing left, holding laurel branch and spear; 1673 in exergue.
Diameter: 29mm | Weight: 10.6gms | Die Axis: 6h
SPINK: 3393

This portrait of Charles II was designed by Jan (John) Roettier (1631 - 1700).
The copper coinage of King Charles II, beginning in 1672, was the first modern coinage to show Britannia. The representation was adapted from a figure of Britannia on a sestertius of the Roman emperor Antoninus Pius, who reigned from A.D.138 to 161. Frances Teresa Stewart, who became Duchess of Richmond, is reputed to have been the model for this figure. Charles II was infatuated with her despite her refusal to be his mistress. It has also been said that the model may have been Barbara Villiers, Duchess of Cleveland, who was another one of King Charles II's lady associates.

On May 17th this year, Louis Joliet, a trader, and Jaques Marquette, a Jesuit missionary, began exploring the Mississippi River and the Great Lakes in America. A month later, on June 17th, they reached the headwaters of the Mississippi River, and descended to Arkansas.
On August 8th a Dutch fleet of 23 ships under the command of Admiral Cornelis Evertsen de Jonge demanded the surrender of New York and on the following day captured it from the British (the city was recaptured by the British though in 1674).
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1675 CHARLES II AE FARTHING8 viewsObverse: CAROLVS•A•CAROLO. Laureate and cuirassed bust of Charles II facing left.
Reverse: BRITANNIA•. Britannia seated facing left, holding laurel branch and spear; 1675 in exergue.
Diameter: 23mm | Weight: 5.2gms | Die Axis: 6h
SPINK: 3394

This portrait of Charles II was designed by Jan (John) Roettier (1631 - 1700).
The copper coinage of King Charles II, beginning in 1672, was the first modern coinage to show Britannia. The representation was adapted from a figure of Britannia on a sestertius of the Roman emperor Antoninus Pius, who reigned from A.D.138 to 161. Frances Teresa Stewart, who became Duchess of Richmond, is reputed to have been the model for this figure. Charles II was infatuated with her despite her refusal to be his mistress. It has also been said that the model may have been Barbara Villiers, Duchess of Cleveland, who was another one of King Charles II's lady associates.
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177-192 AD - COMMODUS AR denarius - struck 183-184 AD34 viewsobv: M.COMMODVS ANTONINVS AVG PIVS (laureate head right)
rev: TRP VIIII IMP VI COS IIII PP (Felicitas standing left holding caduceus & cornucopiae, modius at foot left)
ref: RIC III 74, RSC 445
3.01gms, 16mm

Commodus was inaugurated in 183 as consul (IV) with Aufidius Victorinus for a colleague and assumed the title 'Pius'. The adoption of the title Pius by Commodus looks like a direct appeal to the memory of the beloved Antoninus.
Felicity's image occurs on almost all the imperial series coins; because the senate professed to wish that all princes should consider it their duty to promote public happiness, and also because those princes themselves were peculiarly desirous of having it regarded as a blessing attached to their own reign.
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17a Faustina Junior RIC 49612 viewsFaustina Junior. Augusta 146 - Winter 175/176 A.D. AR Denarius. Struck under Antoninus Pius. Wife of Marcus Aurelius (2.77g; 17.41mm) Obv: FAVSTINA AVGVSTA, draped bust right. Rev: AVGVSTI PII FIL, Concordia standing left holding patera and cornucopia.
RIC 496; RSC 21
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19 ANONYMOUS. Period of Domitian to Antoninus Pius, Quadrans Circa 81-161 AD Mars35 viewsReference.
RIC 19 (pag. 218); Cohen 26; Weigel 10

Obv.
Helmeted and cuirassed bust of Mars right

Rev. S-C
Cuirass.

2.41 gr
18 mm
12h

Note from CNG.
Under Trajan and Hadrian several series of bronze quadrantes were struck in the names of the imperial mines in Noricum, Dalmatia, Pannonia and Moesia (Dardania). These operations supplied metal for the mint at Rome, and perhaps were the sites of workshops to produce coinage for local circulation or as donatives. Some scholars believe these pieces were struck at Rome itself, and served some unidentified function, much as the contemporary "nome" coinage struck at Alexandria in Egypt. Whatever the circumstances, these pieces saw limited use, and, except for one rare type struck by Marcus Aurelius, were not issued at any other period.
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194-195 AD - SEPTIMIUS SEVERUS AR denarius26 viewsobv: L.SEPT.SEV.PERT.AVG.IMP.IIII (laureate head right)
rev: APOLLINI AGVSTO (sic!) (Apollo standing left, holding patera and lyre)
ref: RIC IVi 40 (S), C.42 (3frcs)
mint: Rome
2.30gms, 17mm
Scarce

The reverse legend is APOLLINI AGVSTO instead of APOLLINI AVGVSTO.
It was in memory of the veneration rendered by Augustus to Apollo, that this coin was struck, in which the name itself of Augustus is given to that deity, who is represented in the same costume and attitude. (Numiswiki)
See also my Antoninus Pius AE As (RIC III 824)
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195 AD - SEPTIMIUS SEVERUS sestertius31 viewsobv: L SEPT SEV PERT AVG IMP VII (laureate head right)
rev: DIVI M PII F PM TRP III COS II PP (Septimius Severus standing left on left, holding Victory and spear, being crowned by Roma to right, holding parazonium), S-C in ex.
ref: RIC IVi 702 (R), C.128 (15frcs)
mint: Rome
20.11gms, 28mm
Rare

This coin is commemorated that Septimius Severus adopted himself into the family of Marcus Aurelius. The reverse legend DIVI Marci PII Filius shows the false assumption of an illustrious genealogy, Severus rendered himself particularly acceptable to the soldiers and to the uneducated classes of people. It was also from this circumstance that he acquired the power of conferring upon his son Bassianus (Caracalla) the name of Antoninus.
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198-217 AD - Caracalla - RIC IV 080b - Mars Reverse76 viewsEmperor: Caracalla (r. 198-217 AD)
Date: 205 AD
Condition: EF
Denomination: Denarius

Obverse: ANTONINVS - PIVS AVG
Emperor Antoninus Pius (Caracalla)
Bust right; laureate and draped

Reverse: PONTIF TR P VIII COS II
Priest; Tribune Eighth Term; Consul Second Term
Mars, naked but for cloak on left shoulder, standing left, right foot on helmet, holding branch and spear.

Rome mint
RIC IV Caracalla 80b; VM 70/1
3.00g; 19.6mm; 330°
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198-217 AD - Caracalla - RIC IV 127 - FELICITAS AVGG70 viewsEmperor: Caracalla (r. 198-217 AD)
Date: 201-206 AD
Condition: EF
Denomination: Denarius

Obverse: ANTONINVS - PIVS AVG
Emperor Antoninus Pius (Caracalla)
Bust right; laureate and draped

Reverse: FELICITAS AVGG
The Emperors provide happiness.
Felicitas standing left, holding caduceus and cornucopiae.

Rome mint
RIC IV Caracalla 127
3.30g; 20.0mm; 30°
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198-217 AD - Caracalla - RIC IV 312d - Limes Denarius - Venus Reverse44 viewsEmperor: Caracalla (r. 198-217 AD)
Date: 213-217 AD
Condition: Fair
Denomination: Limes Denarius

Obverse: ANTONINVS PIVS AVG GERM
Emperor Antoninus Pius (Caracalla) Germanicus
Head right; laureate

Reverse: VENVS VICTRIX
Victorious Venus
Venus standing left, holding helmet and sceptre and leaning on shield, captives seated right and left.

Limes Denarius of: RIC IV Caracalla 312d; VM 97/3 (Rome mint)
2.46g; 19.5mm; 0°
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1be Hadrian44 views117-138

Sestertius
Laureate head, right, HADRIANVUS AVG COS III PP
Fortuna standing left with rudder on globe and cornucopia, FORTVNA AVG

RIC 759

According to the Historia Augusta, "Bereft of his father at the age of ten, he became the ward of Ulpius Trajanus, his cousin, then of praetorian rank, but afterwards emperor, and of Caelius Attianus, a knight. He then grew rather deeply devoted to Greek studies, to which his natural tastes inclined so much that some called him 'Greekling. . . .' In the 105-106 second Dacian war, Trajan appointed him to the command of the First Legion, the Minervia, and took him with him to the war; and in this campaign his many remarkable deeds won great renown. . . . On taking possession of the imperial power
Hadrian at once resumed the policy of the early emperors and devoted his attention to maintaining peace throughout the world. . . . [I]n this letter to the Senate he apologized because he had not left it the right to decide regarding his accession, explaining that the unseemly haste of the troops in acclaiming him emperor was due to the belief that the state could not be without an emperor. . . . He was, in the same person, austere and genial, dignified and playful, dilatory and quick to act, niggardly and generous, deceitful and straightforward, cruel and merciful, and always in all things changeable. . . . Hadrian's memory was vast and his ability was unlimited ; for instance, he personally dictated his speeches and gave opinions on all questions. He was also very witty. . . ."

After this Hadrian departed for Baiae, leaving Antoninus at Rome to carry on the government. But he received no benefit there, and he thereupon
sent for Antoninus, and in his presence he died there at Baiae on the sixth day before the Ides of July.

According to Eutropius: After the death of Trajan, AELIUS HADRIAN was made emperor, not from any wish to that effect having been expressed by Trajan himself, but through the influence of Plotina, Trajan's wife; for Trajan in his life-time had refused to adopt him, though he was the son of his cousin. He also was born at Italica in Spain. Envying Trajan's glory, he immediately gave up three of the provinces which Trajan had added to the empire, withdrawing the armies from Assyria, Mesopotamia, and Armenia, and deciding that the Euphrates should be the boundary of the empire. When he was proceeding, to act similarly with regard to Dacia, his friends dissuaded him, lest many Roman citizens should be left in the hands of the barbarians, because Trajan, after he had subdued Dacia, had transplanted thither an infinite number of men from the whole Roman world, to people the country and the cities; as the land had been exhausted of inhabitants in the long war maintained by Decebalus.

He enjoyed peace, however, through the whole course of his reign; the only war that he had, he committed to the conduct of a governor of a province. He went about through the Roman empire, and founded many edifices. He spoke with great eloquence in the Latin language, and was very learned in the Greek. He had no great reputation for clemency, but was very attentive to the state of the treasury and the discipline of the soldiers. He died in Campania, more than sixty years old, in the twenty-first year, tenth month, and twenty-ninth day of his reign. The senate was unwilling to allow him divine honours; but his successor Titus Aurelius Fulvius Antonius, earnestly insisting on it, carried his point, though all the senators were openly opposed to him.
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1bh Antoninus Pius49 views138-161

As

Laureate head, right, ANTONINUS AVG PIVS PP TR P XI
Wreath, PRIMI DECENALIS COS IIII SC

RIC 171

According to the Historia Augusta: Titus Aurelius Fulvus Boionius Antoninus Pius. . . was born at an estate at Lanuvium on the thirteenth day before the Kalends of October in the twelfth consulship of Domitiaiiand first of Cornelius Dolabella. . . . In personal appearance he was strikingly hand-
some, in natural talent brilliant, in temperament kindly; he was aristocratic in countenance and calm in nature, a singularly gifted speaker and an elegant scholar, conspicuously thrifty, a conscientious land-holder, gentle, generous, and mindful of others' rights. He possessed all these qualities, moreover, in the proper mean and without ostentation, and, in fine, was praiseworthy in every way and, in the minds of all good men. . . . He was given the name of Pius by the senate, either because, when his father-in-law was old and weak, he lent him a supporting hand in his attendance at the senate. . . or because he spared those men whom Hadrian in his ill-health had condemned to death, or because after Hadrian's death he
had unbounded and extraordinary honours decreed for him in spite of opposition from all, or because, when Hadrian wished to make away with himself, by great care and watchfulness he prevented him from so doing, or because he was in fact very kindly by nature and did no harsh deed in his own time. . . .

The manner of his adoption, they say, was some what thus : After the death of Aelius Verus, whom Hadrian had adopted and named Caesar, a day was set for the meeting of the senate, and to this Arrius Antoninus came, supporting the steps of his father-in-law. For this act, it is said, Hadrian adopted him. But this could not have been the only reason for the adoption, nor ought it to have been, especially since Antoninus had always done well in his administration of public office. . . .

After his accession to the throne he removed none of the men whom Hadrian had appointed to office, and, indeed, was so steadfast and loyal that he retained good men in the government of provinces for terms of seven and even nine years. He waged a number of wars, but all of them through his legates. . . . With such care did he govern all peoples under him that he looked after all things and all men as if they were his own. As a result, the provinces all prospered in his reign, informers were abolished, and the confiscation of goods was less frequent than ever before. . . .

He died in the seventieth year of his age, but his loss was felt as though he had been but a youth. . . . On the second day, as he saw that his condition was becoming worse, in the presence of his prefects he committed the state and his daughter to Marcus Antoninus. . . .
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1bi Faustina22 viewsWife of Antoninus Pius, died 141

Sestertius

Draped bust, right, DIVA FAVSTINA
Vesta stg, AVGVSTA SC

RIC 1178

The Historia Augusta recounts: On the death of his wife Faustina, in the third year of his reign, the senate deified her, and voted her games and a temple and priestesses and statues of silver and of gold. These the Emperor accepted, and furthermore granted permission that her statue be erected in all the circuses ; and when the senate voted her a golden statue, he undertook to erect it himself.
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1bj Marcus Aurelius95 views161-180

Sestertius

Laureate head, right, IMP CAES M AVREL ANTONINVS AVG PM
Salus stg, SALVTI AVGVSTOR TR P XVII COS III SC

RIC 843

The Historia Augusta relates: He was reared under the eye of Hadrian, who called him Verissimus. . . . And so he was adopted in his eighteenth year, and at the instance of Hadrian exception was made for his age and he was appointed quaestor for the year of the second consulship of Antoninus [Pius], now his father. . . . After Hadrian's death, Pius immediately got his wife to ask Marcus if he would break off his betrothal to the daughter of Lucius Commodus and marry their own daughter Faustina (whom Hadrian had wanted to marry Commodus' son, even though he was badly matched in age). After thinking the matter over, Marcus replied he was willing. And when this was done, Pius designated him as his colleague in the consulship, though he was still only quaestor, gave him the title of Caesar. . . .

When Antoninus Pius saw that the end of his life was drawing near, having summoned his friends and prefects, he commended Marcus to them all and formally named him as his successor in the empire. . . . Being forced by the senate to assume the government of the state after the death of the Deified Pius, Marcus made his brother his colleague in the empire, giving him the name Lucius Aurelius Verus Commodus and bestowing on him the titles Caesar and Augustus.

Eutropius summarizes: They carried on a war against the Parthians, who then rebelled for the first time since their subjugation by Trajan. Verus Antoninus went out to conduct that war, and, remaining at Antioch and about Armenia, effected many important achievements by the agency of his generals; he took Seleucia, the most eminent city of Assyria, with forty thousand prisoners; he brought off materials for a triumph over the Parthians, and celebrated it in conjunction with his brother, who was also his father-in-law. He died in Venetia. . . . After him MARCUS ANTONINUS held the government alone, a man whom any one may more easily admire than sufficiently commend. He was, from his earliest years, of a most tranquil disposition; so that even in his infancy he changed countenance neither for joy nor for sorrow. He was devoted to the Stoic philosophy, and was himself a philosopher, not only in his way of life, but in learning. . . .

Under his rule affairs were successfully conducted against the Germans. He himself carried on one war with the Marcomanni, but this was greater than any in the memory of man,so that it is compared to the Punic wars. . . . Having persevered, therefore, with the greatest labour and patience, for three whole years at Carnuntum,14 he brought the Marcomannic war to an end; a war which the Quadi, Vandals, Sarmatians, Suevi, and all the barbarians in that quarter, had joined with the Marcomanni in raising; he killed several thousand men, and, having delivered the Pannonians from slavery, triumphed a second time at Rome with his son Commodus Antoninus, whom he had previously made Caesar. . . . Having, then, rendered the state happy, both by his excellent management and gentleness of disposition, he died in the eighteenth year of his reign and the sixty-first of his life, and was enrolled among the gods, all unanimously voting that such honour should be paid him.
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1bk Faustina Junior147 viewsWife of Marcus Aurelius. 131-176

As
Draped bust, left, FAVSTINA AVG PII AVG FIL
Juno seated left holding the three graces and scepter, peacock at feet, IVNO SC

The daughter of Antoninus Pius, wife of Aurelius, and mother of Commodus, Faustina had a box seat to witness the end of the Golden Age. She bore Aurelius at least 13 children and accompanied him on his military campaigns, yet years later had her reputation impuned for alleged adultery.

The reverse is RIC 1400, for which only right-facing busts are listed.

From Curtis Clay: "This is a rev. type that used to be very rare, even with bust right, but quite a few specimens have emerged from Bulgaria since the fall of the Iron Curtain.

I had a specimen with bust left myself, acquired from Baldwin's c. 1970, which is now in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.

A VF specimen with bust left, from the same dies as yours, was in CNG E54, 4 Dec. 2002, 145 = CNG 57, 4 April 2001, 1292.

Still an interesting and scarce reverse type, and rare with bust left, a variety that is hard to find on any Roman coin of Faustina II !" Thank you, Curtis!
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1bl Lucius Verus113 views161-169

As
166-167

Laureate head, right, L VERVS AVG ARM PARTH MAX
3 trophies, TR P VII IMP III[I] COS III

RIC 1464

Son of Aelius Caesar and adopted son of Antoninus Pius, Marcus Aurelius elevated his adoptive brother to co-ruler in 161. The Parthians launched an attack against Roman Syria that it had planned before the death of Pius, and Marcus, with the agreement of the Senate, dispatched Lucius to deal with the crisis. According to the Historia Augusta, "Verus, of course, after he arrived in Syria, lived in luxury at Antioch and Daphne, although he was acclaimed imperator while waging the Parthian war through legates." This coin's reverse honors his military victory over the Parthians in 165.

The Historia Augusta describes Verus: He was physically handsome with a genial face. His beard was allowed to grow almost in Barbarian style. He was a tall man, his forehead projected somewhat above his eyebrows, so that he commanded respect. . . In speech almost halting, he was very keen on gambling, and his way of life was always extravagant.
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1bn Commodus28 views177-192

Sestertius

Laureate head, right, M COMMOD ANT P FELIX AVG BRIT PP

Roma seated left, ROM FEL PM TR P XVI COS VI

RIC 224

The Historia Augusta reports: As for Commodus himself, he was born, with his twin brother Antoninus, at Laiiuvium where his mother's father was born, it is said on the day before the Kalends of September, while his father and uncle were consuls. . . . Marcus tried to educate Commodus by his own teaching and by that of the greatest and the best of men. . . . However, teachers in all these studies profited him not in the least such is the power, either of natural character, or of the tutors maintained in a palace. For even from his earliest years he was base and dis- honorable, and cruel and lewd, defiled of mouth, moreover, and debauched. . . . While yet a child he was given the name of Caesar, along with his brother Verus. . . .

[After Marcus died], He abandoned the war which his father had almost finished and submitted to the enemy's terms, and then he returned to Rome. . . . After he had come back to Rome, he led the triumphal procession with Saoterus, his partner in depravity, seated in his chariot, and from time to time he would turn around and kiss him openly, repeating this same performance even in the orchestra. And not only was he wont to drink until dawn and squander the resources of the Roman Empire, but in the evening he would ramble through taverns and brothels. 6 He sent out to rule the provinces men who were either his companions in crime or were recommended to him by criminals. He became so detested by the senate that he in his turn was moved with cruel passion for the destruction of that great order, and from having been despised he became bloodthirsty. . . . He was called also the Roman Hercules, on the ground that he had killed 192 wild beasts in the amphitheatre at Lanuvium. . . . He engaged in gladiatorial combats, and accepted
the names usually given to gladiators 5 with as much pleasure as if he had been granted triumphal decorations. . . .

Because of these things but all too late Quintus Aemilius Laetus, prefect of the guard, and Marcia, his concubine, were roused to action and entered into a conspiracy against his life. First they gave him poison; and when this proved ineffective they had him strangled by the athlete with whom he was accustomed to exercise.
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Denarius

Laureate head, right, ANTONINVS PIVS AVG BRIT
Mars, MARTI PROPVGNATORI

RIC 223

The Historia Augusta, in the life of Severus, records: As he was advancing against Albinus, moreover, and had reached Viminacium 4 on his march, he gave his elder son Bassianus the name Aurelius Antoninus 5 and the title of Caesar, in order to destroy whatever hopes of succeeding to the throne his brother Geta had conceived. His reason for giving his son the name Antoninus was that he had dreamed that an Antoninus would succeed him. It was because of this dream, some believe, that Geta also was called Antoninus, in order that he too might succeed to the throne. . . . [After defeating Niger], he bestowed the. toga virilis on his younger son, Geta, and he united his elder son in marriage with Plautianus' daughter [Plautilla]. . . . Soon thereafter he appointed his sons to the consulship ; also he greatly honored his brother Geta. . . . Severus [in 198] invaded Parthia, defeated the king, and came to Ctesiphon; and about the beginning of the winter season he took the city. For this feat, likewise, the soldiers declared his son, Bassianus Antoninus, co-emperor; he had already been named Caesar and was now in his thirteenth year. And to Geta, his younger son, they gave the name Caesar. . . .

In the life of Caracalla, the history continues: He himself in his boyhood was winsome and clever, respectful to his parents and courteous to his parents' friends, beloved by the people, popular with the senate, and well able to further his own interests in winning affection. Never did he seem backward in letters or slow in deeds of kindness, never niggardly in largess or tardy in forgiving at least while under his parents. . . . All this, however, was in his boyhood. For when
he passed beyond the age of a boy, either by his father's advice or through a natural cunning, or because he thought that he must imitate Alexander of Macedonia,he became more reserved and stern and even somewhat savage in expression. . . .

After his father's death he went to the Praetorian Camp and complained there to the soldiers that his brother was forming a conspiracy against him. And so he had his brother slain in the Palace. . . . After this he committed many further murders in the city, causing many persons far and wide to be seized by soldier sand killed, as though he were punishing a rebellion. . . . After doing all this he set out for Gaul and immediately upon his arrival there killed the proconsul of Narbonensis. . . . Then he made ready for a journey to the Orient, but interrupted his march and stopped in Dacia. . . . Then he journeyed through Thrace accompanied by the prefect of the guard. . . . After this, turning to the war with the Armenians and Parthians, he appointed as military commander a man whose character resembled his own. . . . Then he betook himself to Alexandria. . . . [H]e issued an order to his soldiers to slay their hosts and thus caused great slaughter at Alexandria. . . . Next he advanced through the lands of the Cadusii and the Babylonians and waged a guerilla-warfare with the Parthian satraps, in which wild beasts were even let loose against the enemy. He then sent a letter to the senate as though he had won a real victory and thereupon was given the name Parthicus. . . .

After this he wintered at Edessa with the intention of renewing the war against the Parthians. During this time, on the eighth day before the Ides of April, the feast of the Megalensia and his own birthday, while on a journey to Carrhae to do honor to the god Lunus, he stepped aside to satisfy the needs of nature and was thereupon assassinated by the treachery of Macrinus the prefect of the guard, who after his death seized the imperial power.
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Denarius

Laureate draped bust, right, IMP C M OPEL SEV MACRINVS AVG
Providentia stg, PROVIDENTIA DEORVM

RIC 80

According to the Historia Augusta, which concedes that almost nothing was known about Macrinus: Though of humble origin and shameless in spirit as well as in countenance, and though hated by all, both civilians and soldiers, he nevertheless proclaimed himself now Severus and now Antoninus. Then he set out at once for the Parthian war and thus gave no opportunity either for the soldiers to form an opinion of him, or for the gossip by which he was beset to gain its full strength. The senators, however, out of hatred for Antoninus Bassianus, received him as emperor gladly. . . . Now to his son, previously called Diadumenianus, he gave the name Antoninus (after he had himself assumed the appellation Felix) in order to avert the suspicion of having slain Antoninus. This same name was afterwards taken by Varius Elagabalus also, who claimed to be the son of Bassianus, a most filthy creature and the son of a harlot. . . .

And so, having been acclaimed emperor, Macrinus assumed the imperial power and set out against the Parthians with a great array, eager to blot out the lowliness of his family and the infamy of his early life by a magnificent victory. But after fighting a battle with the Parthians he was killed in a revolt of the legions, which had deserted to Varius Elagabalus. He reigned, however, for more than a year.

Macrinus, then, was arrogant and bloodthirsty and desirous of ruling in military fashion. He found fault even with the discipline of former times and lauded Severus alone above all others. For he even crucified soldiers and always used the punishments meted out to slaves, and when he had to deal with a mutiny among the troops, he usually decimated the soldiers but sometimes he only centimated them. This last was an expression of his own, for he used to say that he was merciful in putting to death only one in a hundred. . . .

This is one of my favorite pieces because I bought it completely covered with crud and set about cleaning it. Boy was I surprised!
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Denarius

Laureate, horned & draped bust rightt, IMP ANTONINVS PIVS AVG
Elagabalus standing left, sacrificing from patera over lit tripod altar, holding branch, star in field left, SVMMVS SACERDOS AVG

RIC 146

The Historia Augusta, in the life of Caracalla, notes: Bassianus lived for forty-three years and ruled for six. . . . He left a son, who afterward received, like his father, the name Antoninus Marcus Antoninus Elagabalus; for such a hold had the name of the Antonines that it could not be removed from the thoughts of the people, because it had taken root in the hearts of all, even as had the name of Augustus.

In the life of Macrinus is recorded: Now there was a certain woman of the city of Emesa, called [Julia] Maesa or Varia; she was the sister of Julia, the wife of [Septimius] Severus Pertinax the African, and after the death of Antoninus Bassianus she had been expelled from her home in the palace through the arrogance of Macrinus. . . . This woman had two daughters, [Julia Soaemias] and [Julia] Mamaea, the elder of whom was the mother of Elagabalus; he assumed the names Bassianus and Antoninus, for the Phoenicians give the name Elagabalus to the Sun. Elagabalus, moreover, was notable for his beauty and stature and for the priesthood which he held, and he was well known to all who frequented the temple, and particularly to the soldiers. To these, Maesa, or Varia as she was also called, declared that this Bassianus was the son of Antoninus, and this was gradually made known to all the soldiers. Maesa herself, furthermore, was very rich (whence also Elagabalus was most wasteful of money), and through her promises to the soldiers the legions were persuaded to desert Macrinus. . . .

Finally, when he received the imperial power, he took the name Antoninus and was the last of the Antonines to rule the Roman Empire. . . . He was wholly under the control of his mother [Soaemias], so much so, in fact, that he did no public business without her consent, although she lived like a harlot and practised all manner of lewdness in the palace. For that matter, her amour with Antoninus Caracalla was so notorious that Varius, or rather Elagabalus, was commonly supposed to be his son. . . . In short, when Elagabalus' message was read in the senate, at once good wishes were uttered for Antoninus and curses on Macrinus and his son, and, in accordance with the general wish and the eager belief of all in his paternity, Antoninus was hailed as emperor. . . .

After he had spent the winter in Nicomedia, [218-219] living in a depraved manner and indulging in unnatural vice with men, the soldiers soon began to regret that they had conspired against Macrinus to make this man emperor, and they turned their thoughts toward his cousin Alexander, who on the murder of Macrinus had been hailed by the senate as Caesar. . . . Among the base actions of his life of depravity he gave orders that Alexander, whom he had formally adopted, be removed from his presence, saying that he regretted the adoption. Then he commanded the senate to take away from Alexander the name of Caesar. But when this was announced to the senate, there was a profound silence. For Alexander was an excellent youth, as was afterwards shown by the character of his rule, even though, because he was chaste, he was displeasing to his adoptive father he was also, as some declare, his cousin. Besides, he was loved by the soldiers and acceptable to the senate and the equestrian order. Yet the Emperor's madness went the length of an attempt to carry out the basest design; for he despatched assassins to kill Alexander. . . . The soldiers, however, and particularly the members of the guard, either because they knew what evils were in store for Elagabalus, or because they foresaw his hatred for themselves, formed a conspiracy to set the state free. First they attacked the accomplices in his plan of murdering Alexander. . . . Next they fell upon Elagabalus himself and slew him in a latrine in which he had taken refuge.
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Bronze antoninianus

Radiate, draped bust, right, GALLINVS AVG
Mars standing left, holding globe in right hand and spear in left hand, P in right field, VIRTVS AVG

RIC 317

Gallienus oversaw a period of disintegration of the empire and lost control over the East, Gaul, Spain, and Britain.

Zosimus observed: [When Valerian left for the East] As the Germans were the most troublesome enemies, and harrassed the Gauls in the vicinity of the Rhine, Gallienus marched against them in person, leaving his officers to repel with the forces under their command any others that should enter Italy, Illyricum, and Greece. With these designs, he possessed himself of and defended the passages of the Rhine, at one time preventing their crossing, and at another engaging them as soon as they had crossed it. But having only a small force to resist an immense number, he was at a loss how to act, and thought to secure himself by a league with one of the German princes. He thus not only prevented the other Barbarians from so frequently passing the Rhine, but obstructed the access of auxiliaries.

Eutropius recorded: Gallienus, who was made emperor when quite a young man, exercised his power at first happily, afterwards fairly, and at last mischievously. In his youth he performed many gallant acts in Gaul and Illyricum, killing Ingenuus, who had assumed the purple, at Mursa, and Regalianus. He was then for a long time quiet and gentle; afterwards, abandoning himself to all manner of licentiousness, he relaxed the reins of government with disgraceful inactivity and carelesness. The Alemanni, having laid waste Gaul, penetrated into Italy. Dacia, which had been added to the empire beyond the Danube, was lost. Greece, Macedonia, Pontus, Asia, were devastated by the Goths. Pannonia was depopulated by the Sarmatians and Quadi. The Germans made their way as far as Spain, and took the noble city of Tarraco. The Parthians, after taking possession of Mesopotamia, began to bring Syria under their power.

Zosimus resumes: Gallienus in the mean time still continued beyond the Alps, intent on the German war, while the Senate, seeing Rome in such imminent danger, armed all the soldiers that were in the city, and the strongest of the common people, and formed an army, which exceeded the Barbarians in number. This so alarmed the Barbarians, that they left Rome, but ravaged all the rest of Italy. At this period, when Illyricum groaned under the oppression of the Barbarians, and the whole Roman empire was in such a helpless state as to be on the very verge of ruin, a plague happened to break out in several of the towns, more dreadful than any that had preceded it. The miseries inflicted on them by the Barbarians were thus alleviated, even the sick esteeming themselves fortunate. The cities that had been taken by the Scythians were thus deserted.

Gallienus, being disturbed by these occurrences, was returning to Rome to relieve Italy from the war which the Scythians were thus carrying on. It was at this time, that Cecrops, a Moor, Aureolus and Antoninus, with many others, conspired against him, of whom the greater part were punished and submitted. Aureolus alone retained his animosity against the emperor.

The Scythians, who had dreadfully afflicted the whole of Greece, had now taken Athens, when Gallienus advanced against those who were already in possession of Thrace, and ordered Odonathus of Palmyra, a person whose ancestors had always been highly respected by the emperors, to assist the eastern nations which were then in a very distressed condition. . . .

While affairs were thus situated in the east, intelligence was brought to Gallienus, who was then occupied in the Scythian war, that Aurelianus, or Aureolus, who was commander of the cavalry posted in the neighbourhood of Milan to watch the motions of Posthumus, had formed some new design, and was ambitious to be emperor. Being alarmed at this he went immediately to Italy, leaving the command against the Scythians with Marcianus, a person of great experience in military affairs. . . . Gallienus, in his journey towards Italy, had a plot formed against him by Heraclianus, prefect of the court, who communicated his design to Claudius, in whom the chief management of affairs was vested. The design was to murder Gallienus. Having found a man very ready for such an undertaking, who commanded a troop of Dalmatians, he entrusted the action to him. To effect it, the party stood by Gallienus at supper and informed him that some of the spies had brought intelligence, that Aureolus and his army were close at hand. By this they considerably alarmed him. Calling immediately for his horse and arms, he mounted, ordering his men to follow him in their armour, and rode away without any attendance. Thus the captain finding him alone killed him.
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2. Sow with piglets under oak tree94 viewsAntoninus Pius. 138-161 AD. Sestertius (25.9g, 33mm, 12h), Rome mint, struck 141-143 AD. Obv.: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III, laureate head right Rev.: S C in ex., Sow under oak tree suckling seven piglets; one more to the right.
RIC 629; BMC 1298; Cohen 775; Sear (II) 4226.

Minted in preparation of the 900th anniversary of the founding of Rome, celebrated on April 21st, 147 AD. According to Vergil, The Trojan exile Aeneas sailed up the Tiber until he came upon a white sow nursing thirty piglets, and was to found a settlement on the site of this good omen, the town of Lanuvium, the precursor to Rome.
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202a. Plautilla62 viewsPlautilla

From the time of his name change to Antoninus, Caracalla was the designated heir of Severus. Less than three years later he was proclaimed emperor, officially joining his father as co-rulers of the empire. At the age of 14 he was married to the daughter of the praetorian prefect Plautianus Publia Fulvia Plautilla, but the teenager despised his wife. The marriage ended less than three years later after the execution of Plautianus for treason, and there were no children.

Rome, AD 202. PLAVTILLAE AVGVSTAE, Draped bust right, with hair not on the neck / CONCORDIAE, Concordia seated left, holding patera & cornucopiae.
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203a. Diadumenian64 viewsMarcus Opellius Antoninus Diadumenianus or Diadumenian (d. 218) was the son of Roman Emperor Macrinus, who served his father briefly as Caesar from May, 217 to 218, and as Augustus in 218.

Diadumenian had little time to enjoy his position or to learn anything from its opportunities because the legions of Syria revolted and declared Elagabalus ruler of the Roman Empire. When Macrinus was defeated on June 8, 218, at Antioch, Diadumenian followed his father's death. According to the Scriptores Historiae Augustae, Diadumenian emulated Macrinus in tyranny. He called upon his father not to spare any who might oppose them or who made plots. His head was cut off and presented to Elagabalus as a trophy.

Diadumenian, A.D. 218 Nicopolis ad Istrum, Hera
OBVERSE: Draped bust right
REVERSE: Hera standing left holding patera.
25 mm - 10 grams

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217-218 AD - DIADUMENIAN AE As36 viewsobv: M OPEL DIADVMENIANVS CAES (bare-headed, draped bust right)
rev: PRINC IVVENTVTIS (Diadumenian standing left, holding wand and scepter; two standards to right), S-C in ex.
ref: RIC IVii 216 (R), Cohen 13 (20frcs)
mint: Rome
10.31gms, 24mm (Better in hand than the picture allows.)

Marcus Opellius Antoninus Diadumenianus or Diadumenian was the son of Roman Emperor Macrinus, who served his father briefly as Caesar from May, 217 to 218, and as Augustus in 218. He had little time to enjoy his position or to learn anything from its opportunities because the legions of Syria revolted and declared Elagabalus ruler of the Roman Empire. When Macrinus was defeated on June 8, 218, at Antioch, Diadumenian followed his father's death at the end of June.
This coin was found near a little village on plough-land where probably missed a fugitive citizen who fed up with the succession Sarmatian attacks.
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22058 Marcus Aurelius from Antonius Pius7 viewsMarcus Aurelius from Antonius Pius
Obv: AVRELIVS CAES ANTON AVG PII F
Head of Marcus Aurelius, bare, right
Rev: TR POT X COS II S C
Fortuna, draped, standing, front, head right, with right hand at side drawing out fold of skirt, and holding rudder, set on ground, in left
Mint:Rome 32.7mm 26.3g
RIC III Antoninus Pius 1329A
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22088 Antonius Pius/Providentia8 viewsAntoninus Pius/Providentia
AE Dupondius. 156-157 AD.
Obv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP IMP II,
radiate head right
Rev: TR POT XIX COS IIII S-C,
Providentia, standing left, pointing with right hand at large globe and holding scepter
Mint: Rome
Believe similar to Philoromaos on Forums Gallery reverse.
RIC 953, Cohen 978.
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22117 Elagabalus/Sacrificing13 viewsElagabalus/Emperor Sacrificing
Obv: IMP. ANTONINUS PIUS AUG.
Bust of Elagabalus laureate and draped bust right, horn above forehead.
Rev: SVMMVS SACERDOS AVG
Elagabalus, in Syrian priestly robes, standing left, sacrificing out of patera in right hand over tripod, holding branch downwards in left hand; in field, star
Mint: Rome 18mm 3.02g
RIC IV Elagabalus 146 Sear 7549
Ex: Savoca Auction 16th Blue Auction
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24 Anonymous issues. Time of Hadrian to Antoninus Pius. Rome Quadrans 117-161 AD32 viewsReference.
RIC 24

Obv.
Diademed and draped bust of Venus right

Rev. S-C
Dove standing right.

4.05 gr
15 mm
6h
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2426 LYDIA, Maeonia Pseudo-autonomous AE 25 under Antoninus Pius or Marcus Aurelius Zeus & Athena6 viewsReference.
RPC IV, 1311; BMC 9

Diodoros (first archon for the second time)

Obv. ΖƐVС οΛVΜΠΙοС
Draped bust of Zeus Olympios, l., wearing taenia

Rev. ƐΠΙ ΔΙοΔΩΡοV ΜΑΙοΝΩΝ
helmeted Roma seated on cuirass and shield, l., holding Nike and parazonium

7.97 gr
25 mm
6h
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27 Anonymous issues. Time of Hadrian to Antoninus Pius. Rome Quadrans 117-161 AD56 viewsReference.
RIC 27; C. 39

Obv.
Griffin seated right

Rev. S-C
Tripod.

2.49 gr
15 mm
9h
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28 Anonymous issues. Time of Hadrian to Antoninus Pius. Rome Quadrans 117-161 AD14 viewsReference.
RIC 28; C. 38

Obv.
Griffin seated left

Rev. S-C
Tripod.

2.43 gr
15 mm
6h

Note.
The series of Imperial-era anonymous quadrantes portrays eleven deities: Jupiter, Minerva, Roma, Neptune, Tiber, Mars, Venus, Apollo, Mercury, Bacchus/Liber, and Hercules, as well as the Four Seasons. They invariably depict either a portrait on the obverse and an attribute of the deity on the reverse, or otherwise an attribute on either side. These designs appear to be influenced, but not directly copied from, earlier designs of the Republican period.
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290 Probus39 viewsProbus. AE Antoninus. 276-282 AD.
IMP CM AVR PROBVS PF AVG, radiate bust left wearing imperial mantle,
holding eagle-tipped sceptre / SOLI INVICTO, Sol in spread quadriga facing.CM in lower centre. Mintmark XXIA.RIC V-2 Cyzicus 911.
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3 countermarks - A.Pius, Tyche and SAE225 viewsSYRIA: SELEUCIS & PIERIA. Laodiceia ad Mare. Trajan. Æ 26. A.D. 114-116 (year 162 or 163 in the era of Laodiceia). Obv: (AVTOKPNEPTPAIANOCAPICTKAICCEBΓEPΔAK) or similar. Laureate head right; 3 countermarks: (1) on neck, (2) before face, (3) on head. Rev: (IOVΛIEWNTWNKAI)-ΛAO(ΔIKEWNBΞP) or sim. Turreted bust of Tyche right, uncertain inscription in field to right. Ref: BMC 40-52 (?); Sear GIC 1080(v?). Axis: 360°. Weight: 8.37 g. CM(1): Laureate head of Antoninus Pius right, in oval punch, 4 x 6 mm. Howgego 113 (156 pcs). CM(2): Turreted bust of Tyche right, in oval punch, 4 x 5 mm (?). Howgego 203 ? (4 pcs). CM(3): SAE in rectangular punch, 8 x 4 mm. Howgego 572 (7 pcs). Collection Automan.Automan
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3. Mars descends on sleeping Rhea Silvia48 viewsAntoninus Pius. 138-161 AD. As. Rome mint. Struck 140-144 AD. Obv.: [ANTO]NINVS - AVG PIVS P P, laureate head right. Rev.: TR POT COS [III around] S C [in field], Mars holding spear and shield descends on sleeping Rhea Silvia.

This coin was struck just prior to 900th anniversary of Rome which was celebrated in 147 AD. According to Titus Livius (59BC to AD17) account of the legend, Rhea Silva was the daughter of Numitor, king of Alba Longa and descendant of Aeneas. Numitor's younger brother Amulius seized the throne and killed Numitor's son. Amulius forced Rhea Silvia to become a Vestal Virgin, a priestess to the goddess Vesta, so that the line of Numitor would have no heirs; Vestal Virgins were sworn to celibacy for a period of thirty years. Rhea Silvia claimed that the god Mars, however, came upon her and seduced her in the forest, thereby conceiving the twins Romulus and Remus. When Amulius learned of this, he imprisoned Rhea Silvia. (In another version of the story, he ordered her to be thrown into the Tiber, where she fell into the arms of the river god who married her.) Legend continued on "Wolf suckling twins"...
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31-01 - ANTONINO PIO ( 138 - 161 D.C.)60 viewsAR Denario 17 x 18 mm 3.3 gr.

Anv: "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P" - Cabeza laureada viendo a derecha.
Rev: "COS IIII" - Dos manos entrelazadas sosteniendo un caduceo y dos espigas de trigo.

Acuñada 145/6 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #136 Pag.43 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #4078 Pag.212 - BMCRE #530 - Cohen Vol.II #344 Pag.304 - RSC Vol.II #344 Pag.175 - DVM #18/20 Pag.135 - UCR #722 - St. Vol.III #166
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31-01 - ANTONINO PIO ( 138 - 161 D.C.)24 viewsAR Denario 17 x 18 mm 3.3 gr.

Anv: "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P" - Cabeza laureada viendo a derecha.
Rev: "COS IIII" - Dos manos entrelazadas sosteniendo un caduceo y dos espigas de trigo.

Acuñada 145/6 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #136 Pag.43 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #4078 Pag.212 - BMCRE IV #530/5 Pag.77 - Cohen Vol.II #344 Pag.304 - RSC Vol.II #344 Pag.175 - DVM #18/20 Pag.135 - UCR #722 - St. Vol.III #166
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31-02 - ANTONINO PIO ( 138 - 161 D.C.)17 viewsAR Denario 19 mm 2.5 gr.

Anv: "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XII" - Cabeza laureada viendo a derecha.
Rev: "COS IIII" - Salus (La Salud) estante a izquierda, alimentando con Pátera, en mano izquierda, a una serpiente enrollada en un Altar, en su mano derecha un timón apoyado sobre un globo.

Acuñada 148 -149 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #181 Pag.48 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #4075 Pag.212 - BMCRE IV #670/3 Pag.96 (Plate 14 #10) - Cohen Vol.II #281 Pag.298 - RSC Vol.II #281 Pag.174 - DVM #18/13 Pag.135 - St. Vol.III #195
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31-04 - ANTONINO PIO (138 - 161 D.C)50 viewsAr denario 19x17 mm 2.4 gr.

Anv: "ANTONINVS AVG - PIVS P P TR P XV” – Cabeza laureada viendo a derecha.
Rev: "COS IIII" – Vesta de pié a izquierda, portando un Simpulum en la mano de su brazo derecho extendido y Paladium (Estatua de Minerva) en izquierda.

Ceca: Roma - Italia
Acuñada: 151 - 152 D.C.
Rareza: Común

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #203 Pag.51 - DVM #18/1 Pag.135 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #4065 var Pag.210 – BMCRE Vol.4 #762 – RSC Vol. II #196 Pag.172 - Cohen Vol.II #196 Pag.292 – Strack Vol.III #244
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31-04 - ANTONINO PIO (138 - 161 D.C)20 viewsAr denario 19x17 mm 2.4 gr.

Anv: "ANTONINVS AVG - PIVS P P TR P XV” – Cabeza laureada viendo a derecha.
Rev: "COS IIII" – Vesta de pié a izquierda, portando un Simpulum en la mano de su brazo derecho extendido y Paladium (Estatua de Minerva) en izquierda.

Ceca: Roma - Italia
Acuñada: 151 - 152 D.C.
Rareza: Común

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #203 Pag.51 - DVM #18/1 Pag.135 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #4065 var Pag.210 – BMCRE IV #762/4 Pag.110 – RSC Vol. II #196 Pag.172 - Cohen Vol.II #196 Pag.292 – Strack Vol.III #244
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31-05 - ANTONINO PIO ( 138 - 161 D.C.)45 viewsAR Denario 18 x 16 mm 3.0 gr.

Anv: "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XV" - Busto laureado viendo a derecha.
Rev: "COS IIII" - Annona (La abundancia) de pié a izquierda, sosteniendo espiga de maiz con mano derecha y apoyando su mano izquierda sobre un modius lleno de espigas que descansa sobre la proa de una galera.

Acuñada 151 - 152 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #204 Pag.51 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #4068 var Pag.211 - BMCRE #765 nota - Cohen Vol.II #288 Pag.299 - RSC Vol.II #288 Pag.174 - DVM #18/15 Pag.135 - St. Vol.III #242
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31-05 - ANTONINO PIO ( 138 - 161 D.C.)14 viewsAR Denario 18 x 16 mm 3.0 gr.

Anv: "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XV" - Busto laureado viendo a derecha.
Rev: "COS IIII" - Annona (La abundancia) de pié a izquierda, sosteniendo espiga de maiz con mano derecha y apoyando su mano izquierda sobre un modius lleno de espigas que descansa sobre la proa de una galera.

Acuñada 151 - 152 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #204 Pag.51 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #4068 var Pag.211 - BMCRE #765/6 Pag.111 (nota) - Cohen Vol.II #288 Pag.299 - RSC Vol.II #288 Pag.174 - DVM #18/15 Pag.135 - St. Vol.III #242
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31-05a - ANTONINO PIO (138 - 161 D.C)18 viewsFALSIFICACIÓN ANCIANA
Denario Forrado 19x17 mm 2.6 gr.

Anv: "ANTONINVS AVG - PIVS P P IMP II” – Cabeza laureada viendo a derecha.
Rev: "TR POT XX COS IIII" – Annona (La abundancia) sentada en un trono a la derecha, portando cornucopia con ambas manos. A sus pies a la derecha un modius.

Acuñada: 156 - 157 D.C.
Ceca: No Oficial ?

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #262 Pag.57 - DVM #54/5 Pag.137 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #4124 (var. en la leyenda del rev,) Pag.216 – BMCRE IV #878/80 Pag.129 – RSC Vol. II #1021 Pag.187 - Cohen Vol.II #1021 Pag.368 – Strack Vol.III #311
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31-05a – ANTONINO PIO (138 – 161 D.C)47 viewsFALSIFICACIÓN ANCIANA
Denario Forrado 19x17 mm 2.6 gr.

Anv: "ANTONINVS AVG - PIVS P P IMP II” – Cabeza laureada viendo a derecha.
Rev: "TR POT XX COS IIII" – Annona (La abundancia) sentada en un trono a la derecha, portando cornucopia con ambas manos. A sus pies a la derecha un modius.

Acuñada: 156 - 157 D.C.
Ceca: No Oficial ?

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #262 Pag.57 - DVM #54/5 Pag.137 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #4124 (var. en la leyenda del rev,) Pag.216 – BMCRE Vol.4 #878 – RSC Vol. II #1021 Pag.187 - Cohen Vol.II #1021 Pag.368 – Strack Vol.III #311
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31-06 - ANTONINO PIO (138 - 161 D.C) 18 viewsAR Denario 18 mm 2.9 gr.

Anv: "ANTONINVS AVG - PIVS P P IMP II” – Cabeza laureada viendo a derecha.
Rev: "TR POT XXI COS IIII" – Aequitas (La Equidad) estante a izquierda, portando balanza en su mano derecha extendida y Cornucopia en izquierda.

Acuñada: 157 - 158 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #216Da Pag.52 - DVM #55/4 Pag.137 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #4130 Pag.216 – BMCRE IV #899-900 Pag.132 – RSC Vol. II #1037 Pag.187 - Cohen Vol.II #1037 Pag.370 – Strack Vol.III #320
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31-06 – ANTONINO PIO (138 – 161 D.C)53 viewsAr denario 18x17 mm 2.6 gr.

Anv: "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XXII” – Cabeza laureada viendo a derecha.
Rev: "VOTA SUSCEPTA DEC III" – El Emperador con velo y toga sacerdotal de pié a izquierda, sacrificando sobre un altar/trípode con Patera en la mano de su brazo derecho extendido.”COS IIII” en exergo.
Esta acuñación refiere a los votos emprendidos en el 20 aniversario de su reinado, en las esperanzas de gobernar con éxito durante diez años más.

Ceca: Roma - Italia
Acuñada: 158/9 D.C.
Rareza: Común

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #294b Pag.62 - DVM #61 Pag.137 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #4140 var Pag.217 – BMCRE Vol.4 #956 – RSC Vol. II #1126a Pag.189 - Cohen Vol.II #1120 var. Pag.378 – Strack Vol.III #342
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31-07 - ANTONINO PIO ( 138 - 161 D.C.)40 viewsAR Denario 18 mm 2.6 gr.

Anv: "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XXIIII" - Busto laureado viendo a derecha.
Rev: "FELIC SAEC COS IIII" - Felicitas (La felicidad) de pié a izquierda, portando Caduceo en mano derecha levantada y apoyando su codo izquierdo sobre una columna.

Acuñada 160 - 161 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #309 Pag.63 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #4080 var Pag.212 - BMCRE #1006 - Cohen Vol.II #361 Pag.306 - RSC Vol.II #361 Pag.176 - DVM #20 var Pag.135 - St. Vol.III #380
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31-07 - ANTONINO PIO (138 - 161 D.C)20 viewsAr denario 18x17 mm 2.6 gr.
Falsificación moderna - Fundida ????

Anv: "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XXII” – Cabeza laureada viendo a derecha.
Rev: "VOTA SUSCEPTA DEC III" – El Emperador con velo y toga sacerdotal de pié a izquierda, sacrificando sobre un altar/trípode con Patera en la mano de su brazo derecho extendido.”COS IIII” en exergo.

Esta acuñación refiere a los votos emprendidos en el 20 aniversario de su reinado, en las esperanzas de gobernar con éxito durante diez años más.

Ceca: Roma - Italia
Acuñada: 158/9 D.C.
Rareza: Común

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #294b Pag.62 - DVM #61 Pag.137 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #4140 var Pag.217 – BMCRE Vol.4 #956 – RSC Vol. II #1126a Pag.189 - Cohen Vol.II #1120 var. Pag.378 – Strack Vol.III #342
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31-08 - ANTONINO PIO ( 138 - 161 D.C.)13 viewsAR Denario 18 mm 2.6 gr.

Anv: "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XXIIII" - Busto laureado viendo a derecha.
Rev: "FELIC SAEC COS IIII" - Felicitas (La felicidad) de pié a izquierda, portando Caduceo en mano derecha levantada y apoyando su codo izquierdo sobre una columna.

Acuñada 160 - 161 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #309 Pag.63 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #4080 var Pag.212 - BMCRE IV #1006/7 Pag.150 (Plate 21 #16) - Cohen Vol.II #361 Pag.306 - RSC Vol.II #361 Pag.176 - DVM #20 var Pag.135 - St. Vol.III #380
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31-08a - ANTONINO PIO (138 - 161 D.C)20 viewsAcuñación realizada por Marco Aurelio y Lucio Vero en honor de Antonino Pío Divo.
Ar denario 19 mm 3.1 gr.

Anv: "DIVUS ANTONINVS” – Cabeza desnuda viendo a derecha, con ropajes en su hombro izquierdo.
Rev: "CONSECRATIO" – Crematorium piramidal de 4 pisos, con la base enguirnaldada, la puerta en segundo nivel, el ápice coronado por una cuadriga vista de frente.
El Crematorium construido por Antonino Pio ya había aparecido dos décadas antes en la acuñación póstuma de su esposa, Faustina Senior. Sus restos se han descubierto cerca de la Plaza Montecitorio, el oeste del corso, en Regio IX. La estructura similar mostrada en el 169 D.C. y 176 D.C. en la acuñación de Divo Lucio Vero y Diva Faustina Junior puede representar este mismo edificio, aunque más probablemente parece que estos reversos representarían el Crematorium de Marco Aurelio que aparecería más tarde en su propia acuñación póstuma emitida por Commodo (Sear).

Ceca: Roma - Italia
Acuñada: 161 D.C.
Rareza: Común

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #438 Pag.247 - DVM #135 Pag.141 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #5193 Pag.335 – BMCRE IV #60/3 Pag.394 –RSC Vol. II #164ª Pag.171 - Cohen Vol.II #164 var. Pag.288 – MIR Vol.18 #27
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RIC_1088a_AS_Antonino_Pio.jpg
31-09 - ANTONINO PIO Como Cesar de Adriano (25/02 - 10/07/138 D.C.)17 viewsAE AS 25 mm 11.1 gr.

Anv: "[IMP T AEL]IVS CAE[SAR ANTONINVS]" - Busto a cabeza desnuda viendo a derecha.
Rev: "[TR]IB POT COS - [S] C" - Dos manos entrelazadas sosteniendo un caduceo alado y dos espigas de trigo.

Acuñada Feb./Jul. 138 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.II #1088a Pag.484 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #4322 Pag.239 - BMCRE III (Hadrian) #1948 Pag.551 - Cohen Vol.II #1066 Pag.373 - DVM #128 Pag.140 - Hill UCR #43
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31-09 – ANTONINO PIO (138 – 161 D.C)70 viewsAcuñación realizada por Marco Aurelio y Lucio Vero en honor de Antonino Pío Divo.
Ar denario 19 mm 3.1 gr.

Anv: "DIVUS ANTONINVS” – Cabeza desnuda viendo a derecha, con ropajes en su hombro izquierdo.
Rev: "CONSECRATIO" – Crematorium piramidal de 4 pisos, con la base enguirnaldada, la puerta en segundo nivel, el ápice coronado por una cuadriga vista de frente.
El Crematorium construido por Antonino Pio ya había aparecido dos décadas antes en la acuñación póstuma de su esposa, Faustina Senior. Sus restos se han descubierto cerca de la Plaza Montecitorio, el oeste del corso, en Regio IX. La estructura similar mostrada en el 169 D.C. y 176 D.C. en la acuñación de Divo Lucio Vero y Diva Faustina Junior puede representar este mismo edificio, aunque más probablemente parece que estos reversos representarían el Crematorium de Marco Aurelio que aparecería más tarde en su propia acuñación póstuma emitida por Commodo (Sear).

Ceca: Roma - Italia
Acuñada: 161 D.C.
Rareza: Común

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #438 Pag.247 - DVM #135 Pag.141 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #5193 Pag.335 – BMCRE Vol.4 #60 –RSC Vol. II #164ª Pag.171 - Cohen Vol.II #164 var. Pag.288 – MIR Vol.18 #27
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RIC_676_AS_Antonino_Pio.jpg
31-10 - ANTONINO PIO (138 - 161 D.C.)12 viewsAE AS 26 mm 12.2 gr.

Anv: "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III" - Busto laureado viendo a derecha.
Rev: "BONO IVENTVI - S C" - Genio (Bonus Eventus) desnudo de pié de frente, viendo a izquierda, sosteniendo espigas de maíz en mano izquierda y sacrificando con pátera sobre un altar con mano derecha.

Acuñada 140 - 144 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #676 Pag.115 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #4295 Pag.236 - BMCRE IV #1358 Pag.218 - Cohen Vol.II #106 Pag.280 - DVM #118 Pag.140 - Hill UCR #493
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AS ANTONINO PIO RIC 1088a.jpg
31-10 - ANTONINO PIO Como Cesar de Hadriano (25/02 - 10/07/138 D.C.)39 viewsAE AS 25 mm 11.1 gr.

Anv: "[IMP T AEL]IVS CAE[SAR ANTONINVS]" - Busto a cabeza desnuda viendo a derecha.
Rev: "[TR]IB POT COS - [S] C" - Dos manos entrelazadas sosteniendo un caduceo alado y dos espigas de trigo.

Acuñada Feb./Jul. 138 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.II #1088a Pag.484 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #4322 Pag.239 - BMCRE (Hadrian) #1948 - Cohen Vol.II #1066 Pag.373 - DVM #128 Pag.140 - Hill UCR #43
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31-11 - ANTONINO PIO (138 - 161 D.C.)43 viewsAE AS 26 mm 12.2 gr.

Anv: "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III" - Busto laureado viendo a derecha.
Rev: "BONO IVENTVI - S C" - Genio (Bonus Eventus) desnudo de pié de frente, viendo a izquierda, sosteniendo espigas de maíz en mano izquierda y sacrificando con pátera sobre un altar con mano derecha.

Acuñada 140 - 144 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #676 Pag.115 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #4295 Pag.236 - BMCRE #1358 - Cohen Vol.II #106 Pag.280 - DVM #118 Pag.140 - Hill UCR #493
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RIC_691_AS_Antonino_Pio.jpg
31-12 - ANTONINO PIO (138 - 161 D.C.)15 viewsAE AS 24.8 mm 10.3 gr.

Anv: "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III" - Busto laureado viendo a derecha.
Rev: "SECVRITAS PVBLICA - S C" - Securitas (La Seguridad), vestida, estante a izquierda, portando un largo cetro vertical en la mano derecha y apoyando su codo izquierdo sobre una columna.

Acuñada 142 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #691 Pag.116 - Cohen Vol.II #784 Pag.347 - Sear RCV II #4313 Pag.238 - Hill UCR #457 - BMCRE IV Note * en Pag.220
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AS ANTONINO PIO RIC 956.jpg
31-14 - ANTONINO PIO (138 - 161 D.C.)29 viewsAE AS 25 mm 10.5 gr.

Anv: "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P IMP II" - Busto laureado viendo a derecha.
Rev: "TR POT XIX COS IIII - S C" - Annona (La abundancia) sentada a derecha, sosteniendo una cornucopia (cuerno de la abundancia) sobre su regazo con ambas manos. A sus piés a la derecha un Modius.

Acuñada 155 - 156 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #956 Pag.144 - Cohen Vol.II #986 Pag.365
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RIC_705a_AS_Antonino_Pio.jpg
31-14 - ANTONINO PIO (138 - 161 D.C.)9 viewsAE AS 29 mm 9.2 gr.

Anv: "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P" - Busto laureado viendo a derecha.
Rev: "TR POT COS III - S C" - Caduceo alado entre dos Cornucopias (cuerno de la abundancia) repletas de frutas.

Acuñada 140 - 144 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #705a Pag.117 - Cohen Vol.II #924 Pag.359 - Sear RCV II #4317 Pag.239 - Hill UCR #289 - BMCRE IV #1384 Pag.223
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RIC_729_AS_Antonino_Pio.jpg
31-16 - ANTONINO PIO (138 - 161 D.C.)9 viewsAE AS 26 mm 9.6 gr.

Anv: "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XV" - Busto laureado viendo a derecha.
Rev: "SALVS AVG COS IIII - S C" - Salus (La Salud) estante a izquierda, alimentando con Pátera a una serpiente enrollada en un altar a su derecha.

Acuñada 151 - 152 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #900 Pag.138 - Cohen Vol.II #729 Pag.342 - Sear RCV II #4311 Pag.238 - DVM #125 Pag.140 - BMCRE IV #1906 Pag.317
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AS ANTONINO PIO RIC 954a.jpg
31-17 - ANTONINO PIO (138 - 161 D.C.)45 viewsAE AS 25 mm 12.2 gr.

Anv: "[ANTONI]NVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XIX" - Busto laureado viendo a derecha.
Rev: "COS IIII - S C" - Júpiter Nicéforo sentado a izquierda, portando Victoriola (Palladium) en mano derecha y largo cetro en izquierda.

Acuñada 155 - 156 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #954a Pag.144 - Cohen Vol.II #195 Pag.292
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RIC_921_AS_Antonino_Pio.jpg
31-18 - ANTONINO PIO (138 - 161 D.C.)10 viewsAE AS 26 mm 12.2 gr.

Anv: "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XVII" - Cabeza laureada viendo a derecha.
Rev: "ANNONA AVG COS IIII - S C" - Annona (La abundancia) estante de frente, viendo a derecha, portando una rama en mano izquierda, descansando su mano derecha en un Modio sobre una base y canasta de Frutas a sus piés a la derecha.

Acuñada 153 - 154 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #921 Pag.141 - Cohen Vol.II #45 Pag.274 - Sear RCV II #4294 Pag.236 - BMCRE IV #1951 Pag.326
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RIC_954a_AS_Antonino_Pio.jpg
31-20 - ANTONINO PIO (138 - 161 D.C.)12 viewsAE AS 25 mm 12.2 gr.

Anv: "[ANTONI]NVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XIX" - Busto laureado viendo a derecha.
Rev: "COS IIII - S C" - Júpiter Nicéforo sentado a izquierda, portando Victoriola (Palladium) en mano derecha y largo cetro en izquierda.

Acuñada 155 - 156 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #954a Pag.144 - Cohen Vol.II #195 Pag.292 - BMCRE IV #1991 var. Pag.334, Nota §
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RIC_1026_AS_Antonino_Pio.jpg
31-21 - ANTONINO PIO (138 - 161 D.C.)9 viewsAE AS 26 mm 11.6 gr.

Anv: "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XXII" - Busto laureado viendo a derecha.
Rev: "VOTA SOL DEC II - S C" en los campos, "COSIIII" en exergo, El Emperador togado y velado, estante a izquierda, sacrificando con Pátera en mano izq. sobre un Trípode/altar a izq., rollo de papiro en mano der. a su lado, Postrado frente al Altar un Toro.

Acuñada 158 - 159 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #1026 Pag.152 - BMCRE IV #2067 Pag.353 (Plate 50 #3) - Cohen Vol.II #1105 Pag.377
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Dupondio ANTONINO PIO RIC 952.jpg
31-22 - ANTONINO PIO (138 - 161 D.C.)51 viewsAE Dupondio 25 x 22 mm 10.4 gr.

Anv: "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P IMP II" - Busto radiado viendo a derecha.
Rev: "[TR POT XIX] COS IIII - S C" - Pax (La Paz) de pié de frente viendo a izquierda, sosteniendo rama de olivo en mano derecha extendida y cornucopia en brazo izquierdo.

Acuñada 155 - 156 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #952 Pag.144 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #4288 Pag.235 - BMCRE p.336 - Cohen Vol.II #981 Pag.364
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31-22 - ANTONINO PIO (138 - 161 D.C.)7 viewsAE AS 25 mm 10.5 gr.

Anv: "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P IMP II" - Busto laureado viendo a derecha.
Rev: "TR POT XIX COS IIII - S C" - Annona (La abundancia) sentada a derecha, sosteniendo una cornucopia (cuerno de la abundancia) sobre su regazo con ambas manos. A sus piés a la derecha un Modius.

Acuñada 155 - 156 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #956 Pag.144 - Cohen Vol.II #986 Pag.365
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Dupondio ANTONINO PIO RIC 953.jpg
31-24 - ANTONINO PIO (138 - 161 D.C.)52 viewsAE Dupondio 25 mm 13.2 gr.

Anv: "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P [IMP II]" - Busto radiado viendo a derecha.
Rev: "[TR PO]T XIX COS IIII - S C" - Providencia de pié a izquierda señalando con el dedo índice de la mano derecha un globo en tierra a sus piés y portando largo cetro vertical en mano izquierda.

Acuñada 155 - 156 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #953 Pag.144 - Sear RCTV (Edición 1988) #1285 - Cohen Vol.II #978 Pag.364 - DVM #115 Pag.140
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31-30 - ANTONINO PIO (138 - 161 D.C.)16 viewsAE Dupondio 25 x 22 mm 10.4 gr.

Anv: "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P IMP II" - Busto radiado viendo a derecha.
Rev: "[TR POT XIX] COS IIII - S C" - Pax (La Paz) de pié de frente viendo a izquierda, sosteniendo rama de olivo en mano derecha extendida y cornucopia en brazo izquierdo.

Acuñada 155 - 156 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #952 Pag.144 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #4288 Pag.235 - BMCRE IV #2003 var Pag.336 (Nota + pié de página) - Cohen Vol.II #981 Pag.364
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Sestercio ANTONINO PIO RIC 904.jpg
31-32 - ANTONINO PIO (138 - 161 D.C.)55 viewsAE Sestercio 33 x 31 mm 23.0 gr.

Anv: "ANTONINVS AVG [PIVS P P TR P XVI]" - Busto laureado viendo a derecha.
Rev: "INDVLGENTIA [AVG COS IIII]" - Indulgencia sentada a izquierda levantando su brazo derecho y portando cetro en izquierdo.

Acuñada 152 - 153 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #904 Pag.139 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #4183 Pag.221 - BMCRE #1920 - Cohen Vol.II #452 Pag.314 - DVM #75 Pag.138
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RIC_953_Dupondio_Antonino_Pio.jpg
31-32 - ANTONINO PIO (138 - 161 D.C.)18 viewsAE Dupondio 25 mm 13.2 gr.

Anv: "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P [IMP II]" - Busto radiado viendo a derecha.
Rev: "[TR PO]T XIX COS IIII - S C" - Providencia de pié a izquierda señalando con el dedo índice de la mano derecha un globo en tierra a sus piés y portando largo cetro vertical en mano izquierda.

Acuñada 155 - 156 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #953 Pag.144 - Sear RCTV (Edición 1988) #1285 - Cohen Vol.II #978 Pag.364 - DVM #115 Pag.140 - Strack #1124 - BMCRE IV #2003 Pag.336 (Nota ++ en pie de página)
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RIC_904_Sestercio_Antonino_Pio.jpg
31-40 - ANTONINO PIO (138 - 161 D.C.)16 viewsAE Sestercio 33 x 31 mm 23.0 gr.

Anv: "ANTONINVS AVG [PIVS P P TR P XVI]" - Busto laureado viendo a derecha.
Rev: "INDVLGENTIA [AVG COS IIII]" - Indulgencia sentada a izquierda levantando su brazo derecho y portando cetro en izquierdo.

Acuñada 152 - 153 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #904 Pag.139 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #4183 Pag.221 - BMCRE IV #1920 Pag.320 - Cohen Vol.II #452 Pag.314 - DVM #75 Pag.138
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31-50 - ANTONINO PIO ( 138 - 161 D.C.)8 viewsGABA, Traconites, Galilea

AE 24 mm 9.7 gr

Anv: ”AYT KAIC SNTW-NEINOC CEB EYC” – Cabeza laureada viendo a derecha.
Rev: ”ΓABH - NWN ZIC” – ZIC=Año= 217 = 158/9 D.C. ,Hombre/Dios Frigio Min vestido militarmente, estante de frente viendo a izquierda, portando lanza en mano derecha, espada, "*" en campo izquierdo y "Medialuna" sobre el hombro izquierdo.

Acuñada: 158 - 159 D.C.

Referencias: Rosenberger II #15 Pag.46 - Meshorer #101 corr. - SNG ANS #904 - Sofaer pl. 42 #30.
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RIC_429a_Denario_Marco_Aurelio.jpg
33 - 01 - MARCO AURELIO Cesar (139 - 161 D.C.)12 viewsComo Cesar de su Padre Antonino Pio.
AR Denario 18 mm 2.3 gr.
(Lamentablemente quebrado)

Anv: "AVRELIVS CAE-SAR AVG PII F" - Cabeza desnuda a derecha.
Rev: "COS II" - Honos/Pax entante de frente viendo a izquierda, portando una rama con mano derecha y cornucopia en izq.

Acuñada: 145-147? D.C.
Ceca: Roma
Rareza: C

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #429a Pag.80 (Antoninus Pius) - BMCRE Vol.IV #594 Pag.85 - DVM #7/2 Pag.144 - St. #A155
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33. Severus Alexander year VII.9 viewsDenarius, 228 AD, Rome mint.
Obverse: IMP SEV ALEXAND AVG / Laureate bust of Severus Alexander.
Reverse: P M TR P VII COS II P P / Romulus, bareheaded, walking, holding a spear and trophy.
2.52 gm., 20 mm.
RIC #85; Sear #7906.

Romulus is not a common reverse type. The identification of a bareheaded man walking, and holding a spear and trophy as Romulus, apparently comes from a sestertius of Antoninus Pius also inscribed ROMVLO AVGVSTO. Mars is often portrayed this way, but he is always helmeted.
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34-07 - FAUSTINA Jr. (147 - 176 D.C.)10 viewsAR Denario 18 mm 2.8 gr.
Hija de Antonino Pio y Faustina, esposa de Marco Aurelio

Anv: "FAVSTINA AVGVSTA" - Busto con rodete bajo y vestido viendo a derecha.
Rev: "SAECVLI FELICIT" - Los hermanos Comodo y Antonino jugando en un pulvinar ó trono vestido.

Acuñada 161 D.C.
Ceca: Roma
Rareza: C
Referencias: RIC Vol.III #712 Pag.271 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #5260 Pag.344 - BMCRE IV #137/9 Pag.403 (Plate 55 #19) - Cohen Vol.III #191 Pag.149 - DVM #24 Pag.224 - MIR #27 - RSC #191
mdelvalle
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364 Hadrian Denarius Roma 134-38 AD Liberalitas standing.45 viewsReference.
RIC 364

Obv. HADRIANVS AVGVSTVS P P
Head of Hadrian, laureate, right

Rev. LIBERALITAS AVG in ex COS III
Liberalitas, draped, standing left, holding cornucopiae in both hands as if about to empty it

3.16 gr
18 mm
6h

Note from Curtis Clay.
This denarius is rare with Liberalitas standing left rather than right as usual.

Cohen 916 cites this variant from a private collection, Elberling, that was published in 1864. That identical Elberling coin, as one can tell from the accurate line drawing, then came to the BM, BMC 524, pl. 57.8, as part of the Blacas collection in 1867. Your specimen is from the same pair of dies as this BM specimen ex Blacas and Elberling. Strack 201 knew only two specimens of this coin, the BM one and another in Vienna. This variant was missing from the Reka Devnia hoard, compared to seven specimens with Liberalitas standing right. I have a specimen with Liberalitas left myself, from different dies than yours and the BM's.

The old RIC of 1926, pp. 316-7, champions a quite impossible date for Hadrian's HADRIANVS AVGVSTVS P P issue: Mattingly didn't think it fit in 128-9 AD, so proposed that it was a posthumous issue of 138-9, struck by Antoninus Pius as propaganda while he was quarreling with the Senate over Hadrian's deification! Strack objected strongly and correctly in his Hadrian monograph of 1933, and in BMC III of 1936 Mattingly had no choice but to relent and abandon his "posthumous" attribution. This issue is beyond question simply Hadrian's earliest issue with the title Pater Patriae, struck between Hadrian's acceptance of that title in 128 and c. 129 AD.
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4. Antoninus Pius145 views Antoninus Pius, AR Denarius, 145-161, Rome
ANTONINVS-AVG PIVS P P
Laureate head right
COS-IIII
Thunderbolt on draped table
18mm x 19mm, 2.91g
RIC III, 137
Note: RIC describes the reverse as winged thunderbolt, however, plate II, 27 shows the same reverse type without wings as this example.
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4. Wolf suckling twins42 viewsAntoninus Pius. 138-161 AD. Sestertius (23.3g, 30-32mm, 12h) Rome mint. Struck 140-144 AD. Obv.: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P , laureate head right. Rev.: TR POT COS III [around edge] S C [in ex], wolf in a cave suckling the twins Romulus and Remus. RIC 650; BMC 1318-1321; Cohen 917; Sear (II) 1274.

Coin issued in preparation of the celebration of the 900th anniversary of Rome in the year 147 AD. Ancient Roman legend continued from "Mars descends on Rhea Silvia"... He ordered a servant to kill the twins. The servant however decided to set them adrift in the river Tiber. The Tiber, which had overflown, left the infants in a pool by the bank, where a female wolf, who had just lost her own cubs, suckled them. Subsequently, Tiberinus (or Faustulus) rescued the boys and they were raised by his wife Larentia. Romulus and Remus went on to overthrow Amulius, reinstating Numitor as King of Alba Longa. Legend to be continued...
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4.1 Aelia Capitolina (Roman Jerusalem)49 viewsAntoninus Pius
Aelia Capitolina (Jerusalem) city coin
Sear 1526, Meshorer 12

obv. IMP CAE ANTONINVS AVG P PP
laureate Antoninus Pius
Zam
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4.2 Aelia Capitolina (Roman Jerusalem)68 viewsAntoninus Pius
Aelia Capitolina (Jerusalem) city coin

rev. M AVRELIVS CAESAR C A C
young Marcus Aurelius, bare head, Caesar
Zam
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5-pointed star171 viewsSYRIA: COMMAGENE. Zeugma. Antoninus Pius. Æ 20. A.D. 138-161. Obv: AYT(OKAITIANAΔPIANTWNEINOCCE) or similar. Laureate head right; Countermark on neck. Rev: (ZEV)-ГMA-(TWN), (A) in upper field to left (?). Tetrastyle temple, with periobolos containing grove, and having on right and left a collonade and in front a portico or panelled wall of two stories. Ref: BMC 1 (obv. or sim.)/2 (rev.; var. leg. breaks, though). Axis: 360°. Weight: 6.03 g. Note: The meaning of the numerals on the reverse is not known, but may indicate issue. CM: 5-pointed star, in roughly square punch with rounded corners, 4 mm. Howgego 453 var. (32 pcs). Collection Automan.Automan
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5-pointed star in shaped punch189 viewsSYRIA: COMMAGENE. Zeugma. Antoninus Pius. Æ 20. A.D. 138-161. Obv: (AYTOKAITIAAΔ)PIA.-AN(TWNINOCCEB...) or similar. Laureate head right; countermark on neck. Rev: ZEY-ΓMA-TEWN, A above to left. Tetrastyle temple, with periobolos containing grove, and having on right and left a colonnade and in front a portico or panelled wall of two stories. Ref: BMC 1 (obv)/2 (rev). Axis: 360°. Weight: 8.37 g. Note: The meaning of the numerals on the reverse is not known, but may indicate issue. CM: 5-pointed star in shaped punch, 5 mm from point to point. Howgego 453 (32 pcs). Collection Automan.Automan
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5. Anotoninus Pius, Silver Denarius, 159-160 AD118 viewsgVF, Rome Mint, 159-160 AD,
Obv. ANTONINVS AUG PIUS PP TRP XXIII
Rev. ROMA COS IIII Roma seated left holding spear and figure
Zam
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5. Tiber, the river god62 viewsAntoninus Pius. 138-161 AD. Sestertius (24.8g, 32mm, 12h). Rome mint. Struck 140-144 AD. Obv.: ANTONINVS AVG PI - VS P P TR P COS III, laureate head right. Rev.: River god the Tiber reclining left, resting right hand on prow and holding reed in left.

Struck in preparation of the 900th anniversary of Rome celebrated in 147.
The Tiber plays a crucial role in ancient Roman legends: While sailing on the Tiber, Aeneas found the place where Rome should eventualy be built: A white sow with thirty piglets on the river bank; Rhea Silvia, the mother of Romulus and Remus, was thrown into the river to be drowned, and fell into the arms of the River god himself who married her; Romulus and Remus were saved by the Tiber who safely left the twins in a pool where they were rescued by a wolf.
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5.1 Antoninus Pius Denarius,53 viewsreverse: ROMA COS IIII

Roma seated left
Zam
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5018 MACEDONIA Amphipolis, Antoninus Pius Ae 25 147-61 AD Tyche9 viewsReference
RPC IV 5018 (temp); Köhler-Osbahr 465; Be (Righetti 342)

Obv. ΑΥΤΟΚΡΑ ΚΑΙСΑΡ ΑΝΤωΝΙΝο[С]
Laureate head of Antoninus Pius

Rev. ΑΜΦΙΠοΛΙС (sic)
Turreted Tyche seated, left, holding patera and extending her drapery

8.13 gr
25 mm
6h
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6. Faustina Sr. silver Denarius, Rome Mint201 viewsChoice gVF, 3.48g., 12.1 mm, 0º, Rome Mint 147-161 AD
O: DIVA FAVSTINA, minted by husband Antoninus Pius after her death
R: CERES, Ceres holding heads of grain and a torch
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6. Romulus, founder of Rome49 viewsAntoninus Pius. 138-161 AD. Sestertius (25.6g, 32-33mm, 12h). Rome mint. Struck 140-144. Obv.: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS - P P TR P COS III, laureate head right. Rev.: ROMVLO - AVGVSTO [around] S C [in field]. Rare. RIC 624; BMC 1286-1287; Cohen 704.

Issued in preparation of the 900th anniversary of Rome celebrated in 147 AD. This type refers to Romulus, the founder of Rome. He is depicted much like his father, the god Mars.

Legend continued from "Wolf suckling twins"... After reinstating their grandfather Numitor, Romulus and Remus decided to found their own town. Romulus started to build city walls on the Palatine Hill, but Remus made fun of him because they were so low. He jumped over them to make his point, which angered Romulus so much that he killed his brother. Romulus continued alone building the new city and named it ROMA, after his onw name.
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64.1 Faustina II denarius59 viewsFaustina II (wife of Marcus Aurelius and daughter of Antoninus Pius and Faustina I)
AR Denarius
Rome Mint (161 - 175 AD)

rev. LAETITIA
Laetitia standing l.
Zam
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7. Carcalla Denarius, Annona71 viewsEF, 0°, Rome Mint, 212 AD
O: ANTONINUS PIUS AUG BRIT, bust r.
R: PM TRP XV COS III PP, Annona seated l., holding cornucopia and corn, modius at feet
Zam
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711a, Titus, 24 June 79 - 13 September 81 A.D. 110 viewsTITUS AUGUSTUS AR silver denarius. Struck at Rome, 80 AD. IMP TITVS CAESAR VESPASIAN AVG PM, laureate head right. Reverse - TRP IX IMP XV COS VIII PP, elephant walking left. Fully legible legends, about Very Fine, nice golden toning. Commemmorates the completion and dedication of the Colosseum and the opening of games. SCARCE. RCV 2512, valued at $544 in EF. 17mm, 3.1g. Ex Incitatus.

De Imperatoribus Romanis: An Online Encyclopedia of Roman Rulers and their Families

Titus Flavius Vespasianus (A.D. 79-81)

John Donahue
College of William and Mary

Titus Flavius Vespasianus was born on December 30, 39 A.D. He was the oldest of the three children of the founder of the Flavian Dynasty, Vespasian. Beginning in the year 70 Titus was named Cæsar and coregent; he was highly educated and a brilliant poet and orator in both Latin and Greek. He won military fame during the Jewish Revolt of 69-70. In April, 70, he appeared before the walls of Jerusalem, and conquered and destroyed the city after a siege of five months. He wished to preserve the Temple, but in the struggle with the Jews who rushed out of it a soldier threw a brand into the building. The siege and taking of the city were accompanied by barbarous cruelties. The next year Titus celebrated his victory by a triumph; to increase the fame of the Flavian dynasty the inscription on the triumphal arch represented the overthrow of the helpless people as a heroic achievement. Titus succeeded his father as Emperor in 79.

Before becoming emperor, tradition records that Titus was feared as the next Nero, a perception that may have developed from his association with Berenice, his alleged heavy-handedness as praetorian prefect, and tales of sexual debauchery. Once in office, however, both emperor and his reign were portrayed in universally positive terms. The suddenness of this transformation raises immediate suspicions, yet it is difficult to know whether the historical tradition is suspect or if Titus was in fact adept at taking off one mask for another. What is clear, however, is that Titus sought to present the Flavians as the legitimate successors of the Julio-Claudian dynasty. Proof came through the issuing of a series of restoration coins of previous emperors, the most popular being Augustus and Claudius. In A.D. 80 Titus also set out to establish an imperial cult in honor of Vespasian. The temple, in which cult (the first that was not connected with the Julio-Claudians) was housed, was completed by Domitian and was known as the Temple of Vespasian and Domitian.
Legitimacy was also sought through various economic measures, which Titus enthusiastically funded. Vast amounts of capital poured into extensive building schemes in Rome, especially the Flavian Amphitheater, popularly known as the Colosseum. In celebration of additions made to the structure, Titus provided a grand 100-day festival, with sea fights staged on an artificial lake, infantry battles, wild beast hunts, and similar activities. He also constructed new imperial baths to the south-east of the Amphitheater and began work on the celebrated Arch of Titus, a memorial to his Jewish victories. Large sums were directed to Italy and the provinces as well, especially for road building. In response to the eruption of Vesuvius in A.D. 79, Titus spent large sums to relieve distress in that area; likewise, the imperial purse contributed heavily to rebuilding Rome after a devastating fire destroyed large sections of the city in A.D. 80. As a result of these actions, Titus earned a reputation for generosity and geniality. For these reasons he gained the honourable title of "amor et deliciæ generis humani" (the darling and admiration of the human race). Even so, his financial acumen must not be under-estimated. He left the treasury with a surplus, as he had found it, and dealt promptly and efficiently with costly natural disasters. The Greek historian of the third-century A.D., Cassius Dio, perhaps offered the most accurate and succinct assessment of Titus' economic policy: "In money matters, Titus was frugal and made no unnecessary expenditure." In other areas, the brevity of Titus' reign limits our ability to detect major emphases or trends in policy. As far as can be discerned from the limited evidence, senior officials and amici were well chosen, and his legislative activity tended to focus on popular social measures, with the army as a particular beneficiary in the areas of land ownership, marriage, and testamentary freedom. In the provinces, Titus continued his father's policies by strengthening roads and forts in the East and along the Danube.

Titus died in September, A.D. 81 after only 26 months in office. Suetonius recorded that Titus died on his way to the Sabine country of his ancestors in the same villa as his father. A competing tradition persistently implicated his brother and successor, Domitian, as having had a hand in the emperor's demise, but the evidence is highly contradictory and any wrongdoing is difficult to prove. Domitian himself delivered the funeral eulogy and had Titus deified. He also built several monuments in honor of Titus and completed the Temple of Vespasian and Titus, changing the name of the structure to include his brother's and setting up his cult statue in the Temple itself.

Titus was the beneficiary of considerable intelligence and talent, endowments that were carefully cultivated at every step of his career, from his early education to his role under his father's principate. Cassius Dio suggested that Titus' reputation was enhanced by his early death. It is true that the ancient sources tend to heroicize Titus, yet based upon the evidence, his reign must be considered a positive one. He capably continued the work of his father in establishing the Flavian Dynasty and he maintained a high degree of economic and administrative competence in Italy and beyond. In so doing, he solidified the role of the emperor as paternalistic autocrat, a model that would serve Trajan and his successors well. Titus was used as a model by later emperors, especially those known as the Five Good Emperors (Nerva, Trajan, Hadrian, Antoninus Pius and Marcus Aurelius).

Copyright (C) 1997, John Donahue.
Published: De Imperatoribus Romanis: An Online Encyclopedia of Roman Rulers and their Families http://www.roman-emperors.org/startup.htm. Used by permission.

Catholic Encyclopedia, http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/14746b.htm

Edited by J. P. Fitzgerald, Jr.
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711a, Titus, 24 June 79 - 13 September 81 A.D.136 viewsTitus, 24 June 79 - 13 September 81 A.D. AR denarius, RCV 2512, aVF, struck at Rome, 80 A.D., 17.5mm, 3.4g. Obverse: IMP TITVS CAESAR VESPASIAN AVG PM, laureate head right; Reverse: TRP IX IMP XV COS VIII PP, elephant walking left. Fully legible legends; nice golden toning. This coin was struck in order to commemorate the completion and dedication of the Flavian Amphitheatre (the Colosseum) and its opening games. Very scarce. Ex Incitatus; photo courtesy Incitatus.

De Imperatoribus Romanis: An Online Encyclopedia of Roman Rulers and their Families

Titus Flavius Vespasianus (A.D. 79-81)

John Donahue
College of William and Mary

Titus Flavius Vespasianus was born on December 30, 39 A.D. He was the oldest of the three children of the founder of the Flavian Dynasty, Vespasian. Beginning in the year 70 Titus was named Cæsar and coregent; he was highly educated and a brilliant poet and orator in both Latin and Greek. He won military fame during the Jewish Revolt of 69-70. In April, 70, he appeared before the walls of Jerusalem, and conquered and destroyed the city after a siege of five months. He wished to preserve the Temple, but in the struggle with the Jews who rushed out of it a soldier threw a brand into the building. The siege and taking of the city were accompanied by barbarous cruelties. The next year Titus celebrated his victory by a triumph; to increase the fame of the Flavian dynasty the inscription on the triumphal arch represented the overthrow of the helpless people as a heroic achievement. Titus succeeded his father as Emperor in 79.

Before becoming emperor, tradition records that Titus was feared as the next Nero, a perception that may have developed from his association with Berenice, his alleged heavy-handedness as praetorian prefect, and tales of sexual debauchery. Once in office, however, both emperor and his reign were portrayed in universally positive terms. The suddenness of this transformation raises immediate suspicions, yet it is difficult to know whether the historical tradition is suspect or if Titus was in fact adept at taking off one mask for another. What is clear, however, is that Titus sought to present the Flavians as the legitimate successors of the Julio-Claudian dynasty. Proof came through the issuing of a series of restoration coins of previous emperors, the most popular being Augustus and Claudius. In A.D. 80 Titus also set out to establish an imperial cult in honor of Vespasian. The temple, in which cult (the first that was not connected with the Julio-Claudians) was housed, was completed by Domitian and was known as the Temple of Vespasian and Domitian.
Legitimacy was also sought through various economic measures, which Titus enthusiastically funded. Vast amounts of capital poured into extensive building schemes in Rome, especially the Flavian Amphitheater, popularly known as the Colosseum. In celebration of additions made to the structure, Titus provided a grand 100-day festival, with sea fights staged on an artificial lake, infantry battles, wild beast hunts, and similar activities. He also constructed new imperial baths to the south-east of the Amphitheater and began work on the celebrated Arch of Titus, a memorial to his Jewish victories. Large sums were directed to Italy and the provinces as well, especially for road building. In response to the eruption of Vesuvius in A.D. 79, Titus spent large sums to relieve distress in that area; likewise, the imperial purse contributed heavily to rebuilding Rome after a devastating fire destroyed large sections of the city in A.D. 80. As a result of these actions, Titus earned a reputation for generosity and geniality. For these reasons he gained the honourable title of "amor et deliciæ generis humani" (the darling and admiration of the human race). Even so, his financial acumen must not be under-estimated. He left the treasury with a surplus, as he had found it, and dealt promptly and efficiently with costly natural disasters. The Greek historian of the third-century A.D., Cassius Dio, perhaps offered the most accurate and succinct assessment of Titus' economic policy: "In money matters, Titus was frugal and made no unnecessary expenditure." In other areas, the brevity of Titus' reign limits our ability to detect major emphases or trends in policy. As far as can be discerned from the limited evidence, senior officials and amici were well chosen, and his legislative activity tended to focus on popular social measures, with the army as a particular beneficiary in the areas of land ownership, marriage, and testamentary freedom. In the provinces, Titus continued his father's policies by strengthening roads and forts in the East and along the Danube.

Titus died in September, A.D. 81 after only 26 months in office. Suetonius recorded that Titus died on his way to the Sabine country of his ancestors in the same villa as his father. A competing tradition persistently implicated his brother and successor, Domitian, as having had a hand in the emperor's demise, but the evidence is highly contradictory and any wrongdoing is difficult to prove. Domitian himself delivered the funeral eulogy and had Titus deified. He also built several monuments in honor of Titus and completed the Temple of Vespasian and Titus, changing the name of the structure to include his brother's and setting up his cult statue in the Temple itself.

Titus was the beneficiary of considerable intelligence and talent, endowments that were carefully cultivated at every step of his career, from his early education to his role under his father's principate. Cassius Dio suggested that Titus' reputation was enhanced by his early death. It is true that the ancient sources tend to heroicize Titus, yet based upon the evidence, his reign must be considered a positive one. He capably continued the work of his father in establishing the Flavian Dynasty and he maintained a high degree of economic and administrative competence in Italy and beyond. In so doing, he solidified the role of the emperor as paternalistic autocrat, a model that would serve Trajan and his successors well. Titus was used as a model by later emperors, especially those known as the Five Good Emperors (Nerva, Trajan, Hadrian, Antoninus Pius and Marcus Aurelius).

Copyright (C) 1997, John Donahue.
Published: De Imperatoribus Romanis: An Online Encyclopedia of Roman Rulers and their Families http://www.roman-emperors.org/startup.htm. Used by permission.

Catholic Encyclopedia, http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/14746b.htm

Edited by J. P. Fitzgerald, Jr.
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783 Hadrian Sestertius Roma 134-38 AD Decastyle Temple28 viewsReference.
RIC II 783; Strack 696; c. 1422; BMC 1554

Obv. HADRIANVS AVG COS III P P
Laureate head right

Rev. [SPQR] S-C
Decastyle temple set on base; temple is flanked by two columns, each decorated with a statue on top columns surmounted by statues and set on pedestals on either side

22.71 gr
31 mm
12h

Note.
The great temple of Venus and Rome, was actually two temples that were built back-to-back. Dedigned by Hadrian, the temple of Venus faced the Flavian ampitheatre and that of Rome overlooked the Forum. Construction began in 121 AD, but was not completed until 141 AD under Antoninus Pius. The temple was destroyed by fire in 307 AD, and later rebuilt by Maxentius. Its remains can still be seen in Rome today.
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81-161 AD - Anonymous AE quadrans - period of Domitian to Antoninus Pius, c81-161 AD37 viewsobv: Helmeted & draped bust of Minerva right
rev: S-C in fields, owl standing half right, head facing
ref: RIC II 7, C.7
3.41gms, 17-19mm
Scarce
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Achaea. Corinthia, Corinth. Antoninus Pius AE20. Homonoia52 viewsPeloponnesus. Corinthia, Corinth. Obv. Antoninus Pius laurate bust r. Rev. Homonoia standing l. holding cornucopia and wreath. CLI COR.

Not listed in BCD.

HOMONOIA was the spirit (daimona) of concord, unanimity, and oneness of mind. Her opposite number was Eris (Strife). She was sometimes numbered amongst the goddesses Praxidikai, (Exacters of Justice), who were said to be daughters of an early Theban King named Ogygos. As such Homonoia was probably closely identified with the Theban Goddess-Queen Harmonia (Harmony).
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AD 138-141 - FAVSTINA I6 viewsAnnia Galeria Faustina was a Roman empress and wife of the Roman emperor Antoninus Pius.

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AD 138-161 - ANTONINVS PIVS9 viewsAntoninus Pius

Titus Aelius Hadrianus Antoninus Augustus Pius, 19 September 86 – 7 March 161, was Roman emperor from 138 to 161. He was one of the "Five Good Emperors".

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AD 140-144 Antoninus Pius - Clementia58 viewsANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P - laureate bust right
TR POT COS III S C Clementia standing left, holding patera and scepter.

Rome mint; AD 140-144; Ric 699a(s); Cohen 906
27 mm, 8.05 gms
27 mm; 8.10 Gms
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AD 147-176 - FAVSTINA II10 viewsFaustina II

Annia Galeria Faustina Minor (130 - winter 175 or spring of 176]) was a daughter of Roman Emperor Antoninus Pius and Roman Empress Faustina the Elder. She was a Roman Empress and wife to her Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius.

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AE As, RIC 3, p.345, 1639 - Faustina II, Fecunditas17 viewsFaustina II,
As
Obv.: FAVSTINA AVGVSTA, Draped bust right
Rev.: FECVNDITAS / S – C, Fecunditas standing right, holding scepter in right hand, infant in left hand
11.98g, 23x26mm
Ref.: Cohen 101, RIC 1639
This coin was found in 1987 at the Viehmarktplatz, close to the St. Antoninus Church in Trier, Germany. The find was presented to the Landesmuseum (State Museum).
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AE Sestertius, RIC 3, p.346, 1665 - Faustina II, Antoninus and Commodus 14 viewsFaustina II
Sestertius
Obv.: FAVSTINA AVGVSTA, Draped bust right, wearing stephane, hair in chignon at the back of the head.
Rev.: SAECVLI FELICIT / S - C, The twins T. Aurelius Fulvus Antoninus and Commodus facing on throne
AE, 23.94g, 32.2mm
Ref.: RIC 1665, C 193
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AELIA CAPITOLINA ANTONINUS PIUS, AD138-16119 viewsAELIA CAPITOLINA ANTONINUS PIUS, AD138-161
O: Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Antoninus Pius right.
R: turreted and draped bust of Tyche right.
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Aeneas210 viewsOrichalcum sestertius (25.15,33mm, 12h) Rome mint. Struck AD 140-144.
ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III laureate head of Antoninus Pius facing right.
S C Aeneas wearing a short tunic and cloac, advancing right, carrying Anchises on his left shoulder and holding Ascanius by the hand. Anchises (veiled and draped) carries a box in left hand, Ascanius wears a short tunic and Phrygian cap and caries a pedum in left hand.
RIC 627[R2], BMCRE 1292, Cohen 761; Banti (I Grandi Bronzi Imperiali) 373 (4 specimens); Foss (Roman Historical Coins) 128:57b

This issue is one of a series issued by Antoninus Pius in preparation of the 900th anniversary of Rome, figuring scenes from ancient Roman legends. The scene depicts Aeneas leaving Troy with Ascanius and Anchises. One of the descendants of Aeneas' son Ascanius (known now as Iulus) was Rhea Silvia, who, impregnated by the god Mars, gave birth to the twins, Romulus and Remus, founders of Rome.

ex John Jencek (2009)
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Aeternitas, Personification of eternity and stability392 viewsFaustina Senior, wife of Antoninus Pius, Augusta 138-141 C.E.
AR Denarius, Rome mint, 147-161 C.E.
Obv: DIVA FAVSTINA, Draped bust, r.
Rev: AETERNITAS, Aeternitas standing l., holding phoenix and lifting fold of skirt.
RIC-347; Sear-4576; BMC-354; Cohen-11.

Aeternitas personifies eternity and stability. She is depicted with a variety of attributes which may include a torch, globe, phoenix, cornucopiae, scepter or the heads of Sol and Luna; she is often shown leaning against a column or seated on a globe.
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Alexandria - Bronze drachm of Antoninus Pius17 viewsReverse : reciling Nile-god, crocodile beneath.Ginolerhino
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Alexandria Antoninus Pius AE33 Drachm37 viewsNike standing l. crowning trophy, captives below. Emmett 1611ancientone
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Alexandria Egypt32 viewsAntoninus Pius 138 - 161 A.D
Billon Tetradrachm
Obverse:Laureate,draped and cuirassed bust right
Reverse:Elpis walking left, holding flower and raising hem of skirt

22.63mm 4.13gm

Dattari 2229 ,Milne 1893
maik
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Alexandria Troas (modern Eski Stambul). Caracalla (Marcus Aurelius Severus Antoninus Augustus) (198 to 217 A.D.)23 viewsBellinger A306

AE, 8.16 g, 24.49 mm. max, 180°

Obv:__ M AV ANTONIN, laureate and cuirassed bust right.

Rev: COL ALEXA, wolf standing left, suckling the twins Romulus and Remus, AVG in exergue.
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Alexandria. Antoninus Pius Tetadrachm. Dikaiosyne/Retrograde date50 viewsAlexandria. Antoninus Pius. 138-161 AD. Billon Tetadrachm (23mm, 13.51 g). Retrograde date RY 19 (155/156 AD). ANTWNI N_OCEBEVCEB. Laureate head right wearing cloak and paludamentum/ Dikaiosyne seated left, holding scales and cornucopiae. Milne 2306 var. 1 commentsancientone
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Alexandria. Antoninus Pius. 138-161 AD. Æ Drachm. Isis with infant Harpocrates17 viewsAlexandria. Antoninus Pius. 138-161 AD. Æ Drachm (35mm, 24.20 gm). Laureate head of Antoninus Pius right / Temple of two columns supporting pediment, ornamented with the crown of Uraeus, within, Isis enthroned right, holding Harpocrates.ancientone
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ALTAR, Antoninus Pius158 viewsAR Denarius of Rome, struck A.D.161 - 164 under Marcus Aurelius.
Obverse: DIVVS ANTONINVS. Bare head of Antoninus Pius facing right.
Reverse: DIVO PIO. Monumental altar enclosure, with double panelled doors and horns visible above.
Diameter: 18mm | Weight: 3.1gms | Die Axis: 12
RIC III : 441 | VM : 137/3 | Sear : 5196
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Amman - Forum - View Towards Orchestra of Theatre12 viewsA view down from the top of the theatre in the Roman Forum in Amman. This beautiful and well preserved theatre was built in the reign of Antoninus Pius in the 2nd century AD. It seats 6000. otlichnik
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Ancilia31 viewsÆ As (9.9g, Ø27mm, 12h). Rome mint. Struck AD 143-144.
Obv.: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III, bare head of Antoninus Pius facing right.
Rev.: IMPERATO(R II) (around edge) S C (in field), Two ancilia: oval shields with rounded projections above and below).
RIC 736a; BMC 1629-31; Cohen 30

The anicilia were twelve shields which were believed to protect Rome. They consisted of an original, which fell from heaven in the time of Numa. Rome would rule the world as long as the shield was preserved. Numa ordered eleven other identical shields to be made to protect it from theft. These Ancilia were preserved in the temple of Mars, and were committed to the care of twelve priests of Salii, instituted for that purpose. Every year in March they were caried in procession around Rome until they were put back in their place on the 30th.
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Annia Galeria Faustina the Younger, daughter of Antoninus Pius, wife of Marcus Aurelius, mother of Commodus.38 viewsObv: (Φ)AVCTEINA C(EBBACTH), draped bust of Faustina facing right.

Rev: OVΛΠIAC ΠAVTA(ΛIAC), Hygeia standing right feeding a serpent from a patera.

Æ 21, Pautalia, Thrace

6.6 grams, 21 mm, 180°

Varbanov II 4484
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Antioch Syria Mint, Antoninus Pius Bronze Coin66 viewsAntoninus Pius circa 138 - 161 AD
Antioch Syria Mint
Bronze 17 mm 27 gram coin
Obverse: Head Right
Reverse: SC in wreath
Antonivs Protti
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Egypt, Alexandria. Antoninus Pius. AD 138-161. Æ Drachm 34.7 mm. 23.80 gm. Dated RY 12 (AD 148/9). Obv: Laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust right. Rev: Isis Pharia standing right, holding sistrum and billowing sail with “S.” (or serpent) on sail; Pharos (lighthouse) of Alexandria to right, L ΔωΔ KAT OV (date) around. Köln 1605; Dattari (Savio) 2677-8; K&G 35.436. Emmett 1592.
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Antoninius Pius Denarius23 viewsAntoninius Pius Denarius

Obv: Bust of Antoninus Pius "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III"

Rev: "TRANQVILLITAS AVG" Tranquilitas standing right holding a rudder and two corn ears.

RSC 827, 3.24gr
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Antoninius Pius sestertius, 153-154 AD, Rome33 viewsAntoninius Pius,
AE sestertius – 30mm
Rome, 153-154 AD
laureate head r.
ANTONINVS AVG PI VS P P TR P XVII
Libertas standing, head right, holding cap.
LIBERTAS COS III S-C
RIC 916a
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Antoninius Pius Victory Macedonia44 viewsAntoninus Pius, 26mm, 12.04g, Varbanov (Engl) 4298 (bust a), Touratsoglou 189.1
OBV: AY M AYP KOMOΔOC, Laureate head right
REV: THESSALONIKEON, Victory walking left

RARE
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Antoninus AR denarius Divo Pio35 viewsAntoninus Pius (138 – 161 AD)

Struck under Marcus Aurelius and Lucius Verus, Rome 162 AD

Obv: DIVVS ANTONINVS bare head right with drapery on far shoulder.
Rev: DIVO PIO altar with double panelled doors.
RIC III 441a

Weight: 2.8g.
Diameter: 18mm
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Antoninus Caesar, RIC (Hadrian) 1081, sestertius of AD 138 (Concordia)108 viewsÆ Sestertius (24.81g, Ø 32mm, 12h), Rome mint, struck under Hadrian in AD 138.
Obv.: IMP T AELIVS CAESAR ANTONINVS, bare head of Antoninus facing right.
Rev.: TRIB POT COS (around) CONCORD (in ex.) S C (in field), Concordia seated left and holding a patera; cornucopiae under her seat.
RIC (Hadrian) 1081 var. (draped bust); Cohen 131 (4 fr.); Strack (Hadrian) 898 (2 collections); BMC (Hadrian) p.550 *; Banti 53 (one single specimen - coll. Paris - without plate); RCV 4156

Numismatic note: Even though RIC rates this type as scarce only, in reality it is extremely rare: BMC only refers to C.131 (Paris), there is no specimen in B.M.); Strack lists this type in only 2 of the 30 collections, questioning one: Berlin (?; bare head); the other specimen is in Paris (draped bust, bare head; illustrated in Vol.II, plate XVII-898: same rev. die). This means that, apart from Strack's questionable Berlin specimen, all references refer to a single specimen in the Paris Cabinet des Médailles. See also Strack Vol.III, p. 316, note 6a, referring to Cohen 637 (RIC Hadr. 1078), which is probably a duplicate of Coh. 131, but without the CONCORD legend visible in exergue (exactly as on this specimen). A special variety exists with Spes figurine on back of throne, noted by Strack in his description: "Concordia s.n.l. (Spes.Füllh.) m. Schale" but not illustrated. However such a specimen now in coll. F. Diederik.

Historical note: After Aelius, the intended successor of Hadrian, suddenly died on New Year's day of AD 138, Hadrian adopted T. Aurelius Antoninus to fill the place. This coin belongs to one of the issues struck between 25 February and the death of Hadrian on 10 July 138 AD which announces the new Caesar.
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Antoninus Caesar, RIC (Hadrian) 1082, Sestertius of AD 138 (Pietas)27 viewsÆ Sestertius (26,10g, Ø 31mm, 6h). Rome, AD 138.
Obv.: IMP T AELIVS CAESAR ANTONINVS, bare head right.
Rev.: TRIB POT COS around, PIETAS in ex., S | C, Pietas standing right before adorned lighted altar, raising right hand and holding incense box.
RIC (Hadrian) 1082 (scarce); BMC 1942; Cohen 602; Strack 901 (Hadr); Banti 268 (2 spec.)
Ex Künker, Auction 270.
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Antoninus Caesar, RIC (Hadrian) 1083(a), Sestertius of AD 138 (Pietas)57 viewsÆ Sestertius (28,44g, Ø 32mm, 6h). Rome mint. Struck AD 138 (under Hadrian).
Obv.: IMP T AELIVS CAESAR ANTONINVS, bare head right.
Rev.: TRIB POT COS around, PIETAS in ex., S | C, Pietas standing left extending hand above lighted altar and holding incense box.
RIC Hadrian 1083(a) (S); Cohen 605 (4 fr.); Strack 899 (BPW); Banti 270 (5 spec.)
Ex Klassische Muenzen, Dr. Michael Brandt, July, 2015; ex Bayerische Vereinsbank, Münzschätze 9, Nr. 174 / 26.6.1975.
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Antoninus Caesar, RIC (Hadrian) 1086, As of AD 138 (Concordia) 45 viewsÆ As (9.4g, Ø26mm, 6h), Rome mint, struck under Hadrian between 25 February and 10 July, 138 AD.
Obv.: IMP T AELIVS CAESAR ANTONINVS, bare draped bust of Antoninus facing right.
Rev.: CONCORDIA EXERCITVVM (around) TR P COS (in ex.) S C (in field), Concordia standing left holding eagle and signum.
RIC (Hadrian) 1086 var. (bare hd.); Cohen 144 var. (idem); BMCRE (Hadrian) p.551 * (note) ; Strack (Hadrian) 897 var. (1 coll., bare hd.)
ex Silenos Coins (2001)

Extremely rare: all references refer to a single specimen in the Paris Cabinet des Médailles (illustrated in Strack, Vol.II, plate XVII, 897). That specimen is bare hd. and from different die pair. Wildwinds lists a specimen with draped bust from the same obv. die.
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Antoninus Caesar, RIC (Hadrian) 1088, As of AD 138 (Clasped hands) 59 viewsÆ As (10.2g, Ø27mm, 6h), Rome mint, struck under Hadrian during Feb.25th-July 10th, 138 AD.
Obv.: IMP T AELIVS CAESAR ANTONINVS, bare head of Antoninus facing right.
Rev.: TRIB POT COS (around ) S C (in field), clasped hands, caduceus with two corn ears behind.
RIC (Hadrian) 1088a (S); Cohen 1066; BMC (Hadrian) 1948; Strack (Hadrian) 906 (3 coll.: Berlin, Paris, and Vienna)
ex G. Henzen (2004)
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Antoninus Caesar, RIC (Hadrian) 1093, sestertius of AD 138 (Pietas)72 viewsÆ Sestertius (29.2g, Ø 30mm, 6h), Rome mint, struck under Hadrian between 25 February and 10 July 138 AD.
Obv.: IMP T AELIVS CAESAR ANTONINVS, bare head of Antoninus facing right.
Rev.: TRIB POT COS DES II (around) PIETAS (in ex.) S C (in field), Pietas standing left holding right hand above lighted altar and perfume box in left hand.
RIC (Hadrian) 1093 (scarce); Cohen 612; BMCRE III (Hadrian) 1950; Strack (Hadrian) 907 (4 collections); Banti (I Grandi Bronzi Imperiali II-3) 279 (2 spec.); Sear (Roman Coins and their Values II) 4203 var.
ex G.Henzen (Netherlands, 2010)

Numismatic note: Rare. Strack found this type in 4 collections (of the 30 studied): Berlin, B.M., Paris, and Naples.

Historical note: This was the first issue of Pius in 138, issued under Hadrian between February 25th and July 10th. Pietas is invoked to celebrate the adoption of Antoninus by his newly adoptive father Hadrian.
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Antoninus Caesar, RIC (Hadrian) 1093, sestertius of AD 138 (Pietas)77 viewsÆ Sestertius (29.2g, Ø 30mm, 6h), Rome mint, first issue of Antoninus struck under Hadrian between 25 February and 10 July 138 AD.
Obv.: IMP T AELIVS CAESAR ANTONINVS, bare head of Antoninus facing right.
Rev.: TRIB POT COS DES II (around) PIETA / S C (in two lines across field), Pietas standing left holding right hand above lighted altar and perfume box in left hand.
RIC (Hadrian) 1093; Cohen 610; BMCRE III (Hadrian) 1951; Strack (Hadrian) 908; Banti (I Grandi Bronzi Imperiali II-3) 280 (1 spec.); Sear (Roman Coins and their Values II) 4203
ex Ancient Resource (Glendale, CA, 2008).

Numismatic note: Very rare: Strack lists only two collections for this type: B.M. and Paris; Banti only one: B.M.

Historical note: This was the first issue of Pius in 138, issued under Hadrian between February 25th and July 10th. Pietas is invoked to celebrate the adoption of Antoninus by his newly adoptive father Hadrian.
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Antoninus Felix, Roman Procurator under Claudius 52 - 60 A.D. Hendin 6514 viewsJudaea, Antonius Felix, Roman Procurator under Claudius, 52 - 60 A.D. Bronze prutah, Hendin 651, Meshorer TJC 342, aF, Caesarea mint, 2.921g, 18.2mm, 0o, 54 A.D.; obverse “ΙΟΥ/ΛΙΑ ΑΓ/ΡΙΠΠΙ/ΝΑ” (Julia Agrippina - wife of Claudius), within a wreath tied at the bottom with an X; reverse , TI K“ΛΑΥΔ”IOC KAICAP “Γ”EPM (Tiberius Claudius Caesar Germanicus), two crossed palm fronds, L I“D” below (year 14). Ex FORVMPodiceps
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Antoninus Felix, Roman Procurator under Claudius 52 - 60 A.D. Hendin 6527 viewsJudaea, Antoninus Felix, Roman Procurator under Claudius 52 - 60 A.D.
Caesarea mint, 54 AD. 17mm, 2.46g. Obverse: NEPW KLAV KAICAP; two oblong shields and two spears crossed. Reverse: [BPIT]; six-branched palm bearing two bunches of dates, L - ID KAI (year 14) across lower fields. Hendin 652, SGICV 5626. Ex areich, photo credit areich
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Antoninus Pius42 viewsVan Meter 46-14; RIC 136; BMC 5301 commentsGhengis_Jon
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Antoninus Pius30 viewsOBV; ANTONINVS AVG.PIVS P.P.
REV; TR.P.COS.II
Pax standing left holding branch and cornucopiae.
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Antoninus pius95 viewsfr: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TR P COSIII
re: IMPERATOR II
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Antoninus Pius161 viewsANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P [TR P XIX], COS IIII S C Pax standing l. holding branch and cornucopia.3 commentsTkonnova
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Antoninus Pius304 viewsAE Antoninianus. Obv.:DIVVS M ANTONINVS PIVS ; rad. hd. r. ; Rev.: CONSECRATIO ; eale stg. r. on scepter, looking l.
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Antoninus Pius33 viewsTitus Aurelius Fulvius Boionius Arrius Antoninus was born around 86 A.D. to a distinguished family. After a typical senatorial career he made a name for himself as proconsul of Asia. He was adopted as Emperor Hadrian`s heir in February 138 A.D. and succeeded soon after. His reign was long and peaceful, a Golden Age of tranquility and prosperity. He died in 161 A.D., leaving Marcus Aurelius as his successor.

Silver denarius, RIC 175, RSC 284, BMC 657, F, Rome mint, 2.669g, 17.7mm, 0o, 148 - 149 A.D.; obverse ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XII, laureate head right; reverse COS IIII, Annona standing left holding corn-ears over modius left and anchor; fire damaged, slightly wavy flan;
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Antoninus Pius86 viewsAntoninus Pius, AR Denarius, 145-161, Rome
Obverse- ANTONINVS-AVG PIVS P P, Laureate head right.
Reverse- CO_S-I_III, Clasped hands holding corn ears and caduceus.
18mm, 3.37g, RIC III, 136.
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ANTONINUS PIUS41 viewsAR denarius. 140-143 AD. 3,54 grs. Bare head right. ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TRP COS III / Apollo standing left, holding patera and lyre. APOLLINI AVGVSTO.
RIC III 63B. RSC 59.
Ex Barry P Murphy.
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ANTONINUS PIUS26 viewsAR denarius. 159 AD. 3.46 grs. Laureate head right. ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP. / Pius, veiled, standing left, sacrificing from patera over tripod. VOTA SUSCEPTA DEC III. IN exergue COS IIII. RIC III 293 note. RSC 1117.
Ex Barry P. Murphy.
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ANTONINUS PIUS42 viewsAR denarius. 140-144 AD. 3.54 grs. Bare head right. ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP. / Italia seated left on globe, holding cornucopia and scepter. TR POT COS III. In exergue ITALIA.
RIC III 98a. RSC 466.
Ex Barry P. Murphy.
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Antoninus Pius26 viewsANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TRP XVII, laureate head right / ANNONA AVG COS IIII S-C, Annona standing right holding modius on cippus and branch above a basket of fruit. mestreaudi
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Antoninus Pius30 viewsAntoninus Pius Denarius
19 mm 2.9 gm
O: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XXIII
Laureate head right
R: COS IIII
Annona standing facing, head left, with grain-ears over modius & anchor.
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Antoninus Pius14 viewsAntoninus Pius AE As. 160-161. ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP, laureate head right / TR POT XXIIII COS IIII S-C, Genius standing left sacrificing over altar from patera and holding sceptre. Cohen 1052.ecoli
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Antoninus Pius263 viewsAntoninus Pius AE Dupondius. ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P, radiate head right / COS IIII S-C, Salus standing left feeding snake arising from altar to left & holding rudder to right.
Cohen 279 B.M.C. 1732 RIC 798, sear5 #4269 26mm

The scratchs on the neck appear to be made in antiquity, looks like it was meant to scratch out grafiti in the same spot :o

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Antoninus Pius 26 viewsAntoninus Pius
26 mm 13.37 gm
O: Zeus Nikephorus (with features of Antoninus Pius) enthroned left
R: Tyche of Tarsus seated right on throne decorated with sphinx, holding grain ears and poppy; at feet, river-god Cydnus swimming right
Provincial of Cilicia, Tarsus
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ANTONINUS PIUS46 viewsAR denarius. 139 AD. Laureate head right. ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP. / Libertas standing front,head left,holding pileus and sceptre (or rod). TR POT COS II.
RIC 50. RSC 861.
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ANTONINUS PIUS52 viewsAR denarius. 3.46 gr. Bare headed bust right, slight drapery on shoulders. DIVVS ANTONINVS. / Column surmounted by statue of Pius holding eagle and sceptre.Fencing in front. DIVO PIO. RIC III 440 (M.Aurelius). RSC 353.
CNG EA107, Lot 177. Coin Galleries (7 August 1985) lot 395.
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Antoninus Pius7 viewsAE Sestertius
Roman Imperial - The Principate

Antoninus Pius

Rome mint, 140 A.D.
Fair to Fine, Very dark surfaces. Several scratches. Obverse better than reverse.
36.0 mm / 20.12 g / 0°

Obverse: "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P", laureate head right.
Reverse: "S-C", Italia seated on globe, holding cornucopiae and scepter, ITALIA in exergue.

RIC 746a. Cohen 464. BMC 1641.

MyID: 017A
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Antoninus Pius4 viewsSilver Denarius
Roman Imperial - The Principate

Antoninus Pius

Rome mint, 157 - 158 A.D.
Fine, obverse text partially off flan
17.0 mm / 2.991 g / 0°

Obverse: "ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P IMP II", laureate head right.
Reverse: "TR POT XXI COS IIII", Annona standing right with rudder and modius with corn ears, foot on prow to right.

RIC 275. RSC 1039.

MyID: 020B
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ANTONINUS PIUS46 viewsAR denarius. 161 AD (struck under M.Aurelius). 3.41 grs. Bare head right. DIVVS ANTONINVS. /
Pyre of four tiers,decorated with hangings and garlands,surmounted by quadriga .CONSECRATIO.
RIC 436. C 164.
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ANTONINUS PIUS21 viewsAR denarius. 146 AD. 3,55 grs. Laureate head right. ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP. / Clasped hands. Behind, caduceus and two stalks of grain. COS IIII.
RIC 136. RSC 344.
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ANTONINUS PIUS63 viewsAR denarius. 139 AD. Laureate head right. ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP. / Libertas standing front,head left,holding pileus and sceptre (or rod). TR POT COS II.
RIC 50. RSC 861.
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ANTONINUS PIUS29 viewsAR denarius. 140-143 AD. 3,54 grs. Bare head right. ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TRP COS III / Apollo standing left, holding patera and lyre. APOLLINI AVGVSTO.
RIC III 63B. RSC 59.
Ex Barry P Murphy.
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ANTONINUS PIUS55 viewsAR denarius. 140-144 AD. 3.54 grs. Bare head right. ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP. / Italia seated left on globe, holding cornucopia and scepter. TR POT COS III. In exergue ITALIA.
RIC III 98a. RSC 466.
Ex Barry P. Murphy.
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ANTONINUS PIUS31 viewsAR denarius. 146 AD. 3,55 grs. Laureate head right. ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP. / Clasped hands. Behind, caduceus and two stalks of grain. COS IIII.
RIC 136. RSC 344.
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ANTONINUS PIUS49 viewsAR denarius. 159 AD. 3.46 grs. Laureate head right. ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP. / Pius, veiled, standing left, sacrificing from patera over tripod. VOTA SUSCEPTA DEC III. IN exergue COS IIII. RIC III 293 note. RSC 1117.
Ex Barry P. Murphy.
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ANTONINUS PIUS33 viewsAR denarius. 161 AD (struck under M.Aurelius). 3.41 grs. Bare head right. DIVVS ANTONINVS. / Pyre of four tiers,decorated with hangings and garlands,surmounted by quadriga .CONSECRATIO.
RIC 436. C 164.
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ANTONINUS PIUS41 viewsAR denarius. 3.46 gr. Bare headed bust right, slight drapery on shoulders. DIVVS ANTONINVS. / Column surmounted by statue of Pius holding eagle and sceptre.Fencing in front. DIVO PIO. RIC III 440 (M.Aurelius). RSC 353.
CNG EA107, Lot 177. Coin Galleries (7 August 1985) lot 395
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Antoninus Pius22 viewsAntioch mint, as, 24mm
Obverse: Laureate head right
Reverse: Large SC, Z above, all within laurel wreath
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Antoninus Pius24 viewsCut out from a picture of my coin using a photoshop type program. Romanorvm
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ANTONINUS PIUS36 viewsAE 31. Tarsus ( Cilicia ) 131-161 AD. 17,31 grs. Laureate head right. AYT KAI TI AI AΔPI A ANTΩNINOC CEB EY, Π-Π across fields / Demos seated left on stool, holding wreath, star in field. ΔHMOC AΔPIA TAPCEΩN MHTROΠOLEWC.
SNG France 1442, SNG Levante 1013, BMC161



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ANTONINUS PIUS21 viewsAE 31. Tarsus ( Cilicia ) 131-161 AD. 17,31 grs. Laureate head right. AYT KAI TI AI AΔPI A ANTΩNINOC CEB EY, Π-Π across fields / Demos seated left on stool, holding wreath, star in field. ΔHMOC AΔPIA TAPCEΩN MHTROΠOLEWC.
SNG France 1442, SNG Levante 1013, BMC161


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ANTONINUS PIUS60 viewsAE sestertius. 139 AD. 24,62 grs. Laureate head right. ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP / Africa standing half-left, wearing elephant's skin headdress, holding crown and cornucopiae. AFRICA. In fields S C. COS II in exergue.
RIC 574, C 24, BMCRE 1175.
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ANTONINUS PIUS32 viewsAE sestertius. 139 AD. 24,62 grs. Laureate head right. ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP / Africa standing half-left, wearing elephant's skin headdress, holding crown and cornucopiae. AFRICA. In fields S C. COS II in exergue.
RIC 574, C 24, BMCRE 1175.
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Antoninus Pius19 viewsAE-Sestertius
ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TR P COS III; Laureated head to right.
TIBERIS; Tiber reclining left, resting left hand on boat, holding reed in right hand and resting right arm on urn from which water flows.
Ex: SC
Rome
RIC 642a
33mm / 24.13g.
Julianus of Pannonia
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ANTONINUS PIUS23 viewsAR denarius. 145 AD. Laureate head right. ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P / Liberalitas standing facing, head left, holding coin dispenser and cornucopiae. TR POT COS IIII.
In exergue LIB IIII.
RIC 156. Cohen 490.
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ANTONINUS PIUS33 viewsAR denarius. 145 AD. Laureate head right. ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P / Liberalitas standing facing, head left, holding coin dispenser and cornucopiae. TR POT COS IIII. In exergue LIB IIII.
RIC 156. Cohen 490.
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ANTONINUS PIUS52 viewsAE sestertius. 140-144 AD. 26,52 grs. Laureate head right. ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TR P COS III / Mars standing right, holding reversed spear and resting hand on shield. MARTI VLTORI. S C in fields.
RIC 609. BMCRE 1252. Cohen 550.
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ANTONINUS PIUS52 viewsAE sestertius. 140-144 AD. 26,52 grs. Laureate head right. ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TR P COS III / Mars standing right, holding reversed spear and resting hand on shield. MARTI VLTORI. S C in fields.
RIC 609. BMCRE 1252. Cohen 550.
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Antoninus Pius39 viewsANTONINUS PIUS
BI Tetradrachm, Alexandria
Dated RY 6 -142/3 AD
Laureate head right / Phoenix standing right; AIωN above, L - ς (date) across fields.
Köln 1424-5; Dattari (Savio) 2431; K&G 35.180; Emmett 1419; VF/EF. Rare.
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Antoninus Pius13 viewsANTONINUS PIUS
BI Tetradrachm, Alexandria, Egypt. 140–141 BC.
Laureate head of Antoninus Pius with traces of drapery, r. / Veiled and draped bust of Demeter, r., wearing kalathos decorated with crescent, torch on shoulder, L Δ (year)
Milne 1654, eEF/VF
Sosius
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Antoninus