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AEGYPTOS - Egypt personified under the image of a woman seated on the ground, holding in her right hand the sistrum, resting her left arm on the canistrum, or basket filled with fruits, and having on her right foot the Ibis standing.


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AEGYPTOS







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AEGYPTOS - Egypt personified under the image of a woman seated on the ground, holding in her right hand the sistrum, resting her left arm on the canistrum, or basket filled with fruits, and having on her right foot the Ibis standing.



This reverse which appears on coins of Hadrian, in all the three metals, was struck on the occasion of that Emperor's visit to Egypt, after having been in Judaea and Arabia ...

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