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Title Page

Introduction

About Roman Coins

Denominations

Coins of Other Ancient Cultures

Identifying Roman Coins

How To Use This Book

Mintmarks

Mint Map

Pricing And Grading

Bibliography

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Imperial Catalog:

AUGUSTUS
LIVA
AGRIPPA
NERO CLAUDIUS DRUSUS
GERMANICUS
AGRIPPINA I
TIBERIUS
DRUSUS
ANTONIA
CALIGULA
CLAUDIUS I
BRITANNICUS
AGRIPPINA II
NERO
GALBA
CLODIUS MACER
OTHO
VITELLIUS
VESPASIAN
DOMITILLA
TITUS
DOMITIAN
DOMITIA
JULIA TITI
NERVA
TRAJAN
PLOTINA
MARCIANA
MATIDIA
HADRIAN
SABINA
AELIUS
ANTONINUS PIUS
FAUSTINA I
MARCUS AURELIUS
FAUSTINA II
LUCIUS VERUS
LUCILLA
COMMODUS
CRISPINA
PERTINAX
DIDIUS JULIANUS
MANLIA SCANTILLA
DIDIA CLARA
PESCENNIUS NIGER
CLODIUS ALBINUS
SEPTIMIUS SEVERUS
JULIA DOMNA
CARACALLA
PLAUTILLA
GETA
MACRINUS
DIADUMENIAN
ELAGABALUS
JULIA MAESA
JULIA SOAEMIAS
JULIA PAULA
AQUILIA SEVERA
ANNIA FAUSTINA
SEVERUS ALEXANDER
JULIA MAMAEA
ORBIANA
MAXIMINUS I
PAULINA
MAXIMUS
GORDIAN I
GORDIAN II
BALBINUS
PUPIENUS
GORDIAN III
TRANQUILLINA
PHILIP I
OTACILIA SEVERA
PHILIP II
PACATIAN
JOTAPIAN
TRAJAN DECIUS
HERENNIA ETRUSCILLA
HERENNIUS ETRUSCUS
HOSTILIAN
TREBONIANUS GALLUS
VOLUSIAN
AEMILIAN
CORNELIA SUPERA
SILBANNACUS
URANIUS ANTONINUS
VALERIAN I
MARINIANA
VALERIAN II
GALLIENUS
SALONINA
SALONINUS
REGALIANUS
DRYANTILLA
POSTUMUS
LAELIANUS
MARIUS
VICTORINUS
DOMITIAN II
TETRICUS I
TETRICUS II
QUIETUS
MACRIANUS
CLAUDIUS II
QUINTILLUS
AURELIAN
SEVERINA
ZENOBIA
VABALATHUS
TACITUS
FLORIAN
PROBUS
SATURNINUS
CARUS
CARINUS
MAGNIA URBICA
NIGRIAN
NUMERIAN
JULIAN I
DIOCLETIAN
MAXIMIAN
CARAUSIUS
ALLECTUS
DOMITIUS DOMITIANUS
CONSTANTIUS I
THEODORA
GALERIUS
GALERIA VALERIA
SEVERUS II
MAXENTIUS
ROMULUS
CONSTANTINE I
HELENA
FAUSTA
ALEXANDER
LICINIUS I
CONSTANTIA
MAXIMINUS II
LICINIUS II
CRISPUS
VALERIUS VALENS
MARTINIAN
CONSTANTINE II
DELMATIUS
HANNIBALLIANUS
CONSTANS
CONSTANTIUS II
MAGNENTIUS
DECENTIUS
NEPOTIAN
VETRANO
CONSTANTIUS GALLUS
JULIAN II
JOVIAN
VALENTINIAN I
VALENS
PROCOPIUS
GRATIAN
VALENTINIAN II
THEODOSIUS I
AELIA FLACCILLA
MAGNUS MAXIMINUS
FLAVIUS VICTOR
EUGENIUS
HONORIUS
CONSTANTINE III
CONSTANS II
MAXIMINUS
PRISCUS ATTALUS
JOVINUS
SABASTIANUS
CONSTANTIUS III
GALLA PLACIDIA
JOHANNES
VALENTINIAN III
LICINIA EUDOXIA
HONORIA
PETRONIUS MAXIMINUS
AVITUS
MAJORIAN
LIBIUS SEVERUS
ANTHEMIUS
EUPHEMIA
ANICIUS OLYBRIUS
GLYCERIUS
JULIUS NEPOS
ROMULUS AUGUSTUS
ARCADIUS
EUDOXIA
PULCHERIA
THEODOSIUS II
EUDOCIA
MARCIAN
LEO I
VERINA
LEO II
ZENO
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ERIC The Encyclopedia of Roman Imperial Coins
by Rasiel Suarez


 

Aurelian 

Augustus 270 -275 

Aurelian was an upwardly-mobile soldier who was eventually appointed commander of the cavalry by Claudius II. With the aid of a sympathetic army he revolted against the accession of Quintillus and a civil war was avoided when the latter committed suicide following the growing popularity of his rival. Aurelian was then hailed as emperor by the Senate and the rest of the legions alike. His first mission was to strengthen the army by the introduction of the strictest reforms and discipline as well as quelling the various uprisings that had broken out over the last two decades. He thus spent the next five years until cut down by his own Praetorian Guard at the height of his glory. It seems Aurelian's personal secretary, after being reprimanded by the emperor for attempted extortion, felt an execution would follow. To guard against this possibility, he concocted a story about Aurelian intending to execute his personal guard and then rushed to share with them this manufactured evidence. Naturally, afraid for their lives, they entered the emperor's quarters and effected a preemptive strike. Somehow or other it was soon afterward found out that the formerly beloved emperor had no such motives and his secretary himself was swiftly executed for treason. When news reached Rome of what had happened Aurelian's wife seems to have actually been left nominally in power while a new emperor was selected, a period that may have lasted several months. Although history is a little hazy in this matter, it would mark the first and only time a Roman empress explicitly ruled the empire. 
 
Aurelian leaves a very strong numismatic legacy for his five years as emperor of the Romans. His coins, 99% or more of which are Antoniniani, are ubiquitous in the inventory of any dealer who carries ancient Roman coins. Oodles, yes oodles, of these Ants are available on Ebay and other internet outlets. They turn up regularly even on the dirt-on late Roman bronze coins the sort that are sold in bulk at a dollar or two each. 
 
Aurelian is also the first emperor to really use the cuirassed bust as a predominant type on his coins. On some of the coins the cuirass shares almost as much real estate as his head and, on rare instances, featuring elaborate designs within the cuirass itself. In his portraits, his head often looks shrunken on top of an impossibly elongated neck. The effect makes for curious collectibles. 
 
And speaking of collectibles, fully silvered gem Ants can be found for less than $100 with some difficulty but more typically for a little more than that.  

Busts: 

1) Helmeted, radiate, cuirassed bust left, holding spear and shield 
2) Laureate, cuirassed bust left 
3) Laureate, cuirassed bust left, holding spear over shoulder. 
4) Laureate, cuirassed bust right 
5) Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right 
6) Laureate, draped bust right 
7) Radiate bust facing away, looking left, holding spear and shield 
8) Radiate bust left, wearing imperial mantle and holding spear and shield 
9) Radiate head right 
10) Radiate, bust right, wearing imperial mantle and holding scepter 
11) Radiate, cuirassed bust left 
12) Radiate, cuirassed bust left, holding shield
13) Radiate, cuirassed bust right 
14) Radiate, cuirassed bust right, holding spear over shoulder 
15) Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust left 
16) Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right 
17) Radiate, draped and cuirassed torso left, holding Victory on globe. 
18) Radiate, draped bust left. 
19) Radiate, draped bust right 

 

Obverses: 

 
1) AVRELIANVS AVG 
3) AVRELIANVS P AVG 
4) IMP AVRELIANVS AVG 
5) IMP AVRELIANVS INVICT AVG 
6) IMP AVRELIANVS INVICTVS AVG 
7) IMP AVRELIANVS P AVG 
8) IMP AVRELIANVS PF AVG 
9) IMP AVRELIANVS PIVS AVG 
10) IMP C AVRELIANVS AVG 
11) IMP C AVRELIANVS INVICTVS AVG 
12) IMP C AVRELIANVS INVICTVS P AVG 
13) IMP C AVRELIANVS P AVG 
14) IMP C AVRELIANVS PF AVG 
15) IMP C AVRELIANVS PIVS FEL AVG 
16) IMP C D AVRELIANVS AVG 
17) IMP C DOM AVRELIANVS AVG 
18) IMP C L D AVRELIANVS AVG 
19) IMP C L D AVRELIANVS PF AVG 
20) IMP C L DOM AVRELIANVS AVG 
21) IMP C L DOM AVRELIANVS P AVG 
22) IMP C L DOM AVRELIANVS PF AVG 
23) IMP CAES L DOM AVRELIANVS AVG 
24) IMP DEO ET DOMINO NATO AVRELIANO AVG 
27) SOL DOMINVS IMPERI ROMAN 

Reverses: 

 
3) AETERNIT AVG 
6) APOL CONS AVG 
7) APOLLINI CONS 
9) CONC EXER 
10) CONCO EXER 
11) CONCOR AVG 
12) CONCORD LEGI 
13) CONCORD MILIT 
14) CONCORDI LEGI 
17) CONCORDIA LEGI 
18) CONCORDIA MILI 
19) CONCORDIA MILIT 
20) CONCORDIA MILITVM 
23) CONSERVAT AVG 
25) DACIA FELIX 
26) FELIC SAECV 
27) FELIC SAECVLI 
28) FELICIT TEMP 
30) FIDES EXERCITI 
31) FIDES MILI 
32) FIDES MILIT 
33) FIDES MILITVM 
34) FIDIS MILITVM 
36) GENIVS EXERCI 
38) GENIVS ILLV 
39) GENIVS ILLVR 
41) IOVI CONSERV 
45) IVCTORIA AVG 
47) LIBERALIT AVG 
48) LIBERITAS AVG 
49) LIBERT AVG 
51) MARS INVICTVS 
52) MART PACI 
53) MARTI INVICTO 
54) MARTI PACIF 
55) MARTI PACIFERO 
57) ORIEN AVG 
58) ORIENS AVG 
60) PACATOR ORIENTIS 
61) PANNONIAE 
62) PAX AETERNA 
65) PM TB P V II COS II PP 
66) PM TR P COS 
67) PM TR P COS PP 
68) PM TR P I PP 
69) PM TR P PP COS 
70) PM TR P VI COS II PP 
71) PM TR P VII COS II PP 
72) PM TR PP 
73) PROVIDEN AVG 
74) PROVIDEN DEOR 
76) RESTIT SAECVLI 
77) RESTITV ORIENT 
78) RESTITVT ORBIS 
79) RESTITVT ORIENT 
81) RESTITVT SAECVLI 
82) RESTITVTOR EXERCITI 
84) RESTITVTOR ORIENT 
86) RESTITVTORI GENTIS 
87) RESTITVTORI ORIENTIS 
88) ROMA AET 
89) ROMA AETER 
90) ROMAE AETER 
92) ROMAE AETERNE 
94) SECVRIT AVG 
95) SEVERINA AVG 
96) SOLI CONSERVATORI 
100) VICTOR LEG 
105) VICTORIA PARTICA 
109) VIRTVS AVG 
112) VIRTVS ILLVRICI 

 

Types: 

 
1) Aequitas standing right, holding scale and cornucopia
2) Aesculapius standing, facing, holding staff with snake coiled around it. 
3) Annona standing left, holding scepter and cornucopia
4) Apollo seated left, holding branch and resting arm on lyre placed on rock. 
5) Apollo standing left, holding branch and resting arm on lyre placed on rock. 
6) Apollo standing left, leaning on column, touching head and holding branch. 
7) Apollo standing left, leaning on altar, touching head and holding branch 
8) Aurelian advancing left, raising hand and holding scepter
9) Aurelian riding horse left, raising hand and holding spear 
10) Aurelian riding horse left; seated captive to left. 
11) Aurelian riding horse right over two barbarians. 
12) Aurelian standing left on right, holding globe and scepter, facing soldier to left, holding Victory and spear. 
13) Aurelian standing left on right, holding hand of kneeling Asia 
14) Aurelian standing left on right, holding scepter and holding hand of kneeling Oriens to left. 
15) Aurelian standing left on right, holding scepter, being crowned by Orbis to left. 
16) Aurelian standing left on right, holding scepter, being crowned by Orbis to left; citizen kneeling in between. 
17) Aurelian standing left on right, holding scepter, being crowned by Oriens to left. 
18) Aurelian standing left on right, holding scepter, being crowned by Victory to left. 
19) Aurelian standing left on right, holding scepter, receiving globe from soldier to left, holding spear. 
20) Aurelian standing left on right, holding Victory and spear, facing soldier to left, holding spear and globe. 
21) Aurelian standing left on right, shaking hands with Severina to left; Sols radiate bust above and between them. 
22) Aurelian standing left, holding globe and scepter; Victory to right, crowning him. 
23) Aurelian standing left, holding globe and spear. 
24) Aurelian standing left, holding globe and spear; standard on either side. 
25) Aurelian standing left, holding scepter and crowning trophy; seated captive on either side of trophy
26) Aurelian standing left, sacrificing over altar and holding scepter 
27) Aurelian standing right on left, holding globe, facing Sol to right, stepping on captive, holding whip. 
28) Aurelian standing right on left, holding scepter, receiving globe from Jupiter to right, holding scepter
29) Aurelian standing right on left, holding scepter, sacrificing over altar, facing Pietas to right, also sacrificing over altar 
30) Aurelian standing right on left, holding scepter, shaking hands with Concordia to right. 
31) Aurelian standing right on left, receiving globe from Concordia to right. 
32) Aurelian standing right on left, receiving globe from Sol to right, holding whip. 
33) Aurelian standing right on left, receiving globe from Sol to right, holding whip; captive on either side of Sol. 
34) Aurelian standing right on left, receiving Victory from Roma seated to right, holding spear. 
35) Aurelian standing right, holding spear and parazonium
36) Aurelian standing right, holding spear and globe. 
37) Concordia standing left, sacrificing over altar and holding cornucopia
38) Concordia seated left, holding standard in each hand. 
39) Concordia seated left, patera and two cornucopiae
40) Concordia standing left, holding standard and cornucopia 
41) Concordia standing left, holding standard in each hand. 
42) Concordia standing left, sacrificing over altar and holding cornucopia 
43) Concordia standing left, two standards on either side 
44) Concordiae (2) each holding a standard and together holding a third standard in between. 
45) Dacia standing left, holding staff with donkey head atop 
46) Eagle 
47) Felicitas standing left, sacrificing over altar and holding caduceus
48) Felicitas standing left, holding caduceus and cornucopia
49) Fides standing left, holding spear and standard
50) Fides standing left, holding standard and scepter
51) Fides standing left, holding standard in each hand 
52) Fides standing to left, holding standard in each hand, facing Sol to right, raising hand and holding globe. 
53) Fortuna seated left, holding rudder and cornucopia
54) Fortuna seated left, holding rudder and cornucopia; wheel under chair. 
55) Fortuna standing left, holding rudder and cornucopia
56) Genius standing left, holding patera and cornucopia
57) Genius standing left, holding patera and cornucopia; standard to right. 
58) Hercules advancing left, holding bow and club. 
59) Hercules standing right, with hand on hip and holding club with lion skin. 
60) Hercules standing, facing, holding bow and club. 
61) Hercules to right, stepping on captive, hand on club and receiving globe from Sol to right, holding whip. 
62) Jupiter standing left, holding Victory and scepter, eagle to left. 
63) Jupiter standing, facing, holding thunderbolt and scepter 
64) Laetitia standing left, holding wreath and anchor
65) Laetitia standing right, holding patera and cornucopia
66) Liberalitas standing left, holding coin counter and cornucopia
67) Libertas standing left, holding pileus and cornucopia
68) Lion advancing left with thunderbolt in mouth 
69) Lion advancing right 
70) Mars advancing left, holding branch and spear with shield
71) Mars advancing right, holding spear and trophy 
72) Mars advancing right, holding spear and trophy; seated captive to right. 
73) Mars standing left, holding branch and scepter
74) Mars standing left, holding branch and spear with shield
75) Mars standing right on left, holding spear, receiving globe from Sol to right, holding whip. 
76) Mercury standing left, holding purse and caduceus
77) Minerva advancing left, holding branch and shield
78) Minerva standing, facing, holding spear and resting hand on shield
79) Neptune standing left, holding dolphin and trident. 
80) Pax advancing left, holding branch and scepter
81) Pax standing left, holding branch and scepter
82) Providentia standing left, holding purse and cornucopia; globe by feet. 
83) Providentia standing left, holding wand over globe and cornucopia
84) Providentia standing left, holding wand over globe and scepter
85) Providentia to left, holding standard in each hand, facing Sol to right, holding globe. 
86) Roma seated left, holding Victory and spear. 
87) Securitas standing left, leaning on column, raising hand and holding scepter
88) Severina draped bust right 
89) Sol advancing left, raising hand and holding whip 
90) Sol advancing left, stepping on captive, raising hand and holding globe. 
91) Sol advancing left, stepping on captive, raising hand and holding globe; seated captive to right. 
92) Sol advancing left, stepping on captive, raising hand and holding whip; seated captive to right. 
93) Sol advancing right, holding trophy and globe 
94) Sol advancing right, stepping on captive, holding branch and bow. 
95) Sol riding quadriga left, holding globe 
96) Sol standing left, raising hand and holding globe 
97) Sol standing left, raising hand and holding globe; seated captive to left. 
98) Sol standing right, raising hand and holding globe; captive by feet. 
99) Sol standing, facing, raising hand and holding globe 
100) Sol standing, facing, raising hand and holding globe; seated captive on either side. 
101) Trophy; seated captive on either side. 
102) Uberitas standing left, holding grapes and cornucopia 
103) Venus standing left, holding helmet and spear with shield
104) Victory advancing left, holding wreath and palm
105) Victory advancing left, holding wreath and palm; seated captive to left. 
106) Victory advancing right, holding wreath and palm
107) Victory standing left on globe, holding wreath and palm
108) Victory standing left, holding wreath and palm
109) Virtus advancing left, holding spear and shield; captive by feet. 
110) Virtus standing left, holding branch and spear with shield 
111) Virtus standing right, holding spear and resting hand on shield
112) Wolf standing left, suckling Romulus and Remus 

 

Mints: 

 
1) Cyzicus 
3) Mediolanum 
4) Roma 
5) Serdica 
6) Siscia 
7) Tripolis 

 
AU Aureus Reference(s) 
 
1) B02, O10, R045, T106  
2) B04, O10, R085, T099 RIC Vi 374 
3) B04, O22, R106, T072 RIC Vi 182 
4) B05, O10, R018, T038 RIC Vi 166, C 41 
5) B05, O15, R055, T073  
6) B05, O22, R109, T072 RIC Vi 15, C 269 

 
 
7) B03, O04, R042, T028 Exe: *` 
8) B07, O04, R020, T030 Exe: `* 
9) B09, O04, R037, T057 RIC Vi 345k 
10) B09, O04, R040, T028 Exe: S 
11) B09, O04, R042, T028 Exe: SERD C 113 
12) B09, O04, R043, T063 Exe: `/SERD 
13) B11, O10, R097, T097 * in left field RIC Vi 390, C 233 
14) B11, O10, R097, T097 Exe: KA RIC Vi 390, C 233 
15) B11, O22, R035, T054 Exe: ` 
16) B13, O01, R040, T028 Exe: P RIC Vi 261f 
17) B13, O01, R058, T097 Exe: P RIC Vi 248f, C 142 
18) B13, O01, R058, T097 Exe: VI RIC Vi 248f, C 142 
19) B13, O01, R058, T100 Exe: S RIC Vi 135f, C 132 
20) B13, O01, R078, T015 Exe: */KAB RIC Vi 290f 
21) B13, O04, R015, T039 RIC Vi 213f, C 32 
22) B13, O04, R019, T028 Exe: *C* RIC Vi 342f, C 23 
23) B13, O04, R019, T030 Exe: Γ RIC Vi 343f, C 26 
24) B13, O04, R020, T030 Exe: S RIC Vi 120f, C 61 
25) B13, O04, R020, T030 Exe: *T RIC Vi 216f, C 61 
26) B13, O04, R033, T028 Exe: C* RIC Vi 344f, C 92 
27) B13, O04, R035, T054 Exe: T RIC Vi 128f, C 95 
28) B13, O04, R035, T054 Exe: *P RIC Vi 171f, C 94 
29) B13, O04, R039, T057 Exe: */Q RIC Vi 223f, C 103 
30) B13, O04, R039, T057  
31) B13, O04, R040, T028 Exe: B RIC Vi 48f, C 105 
32) B13, O04, R040, T028 Exe: P RIC Vi 48f, C 105 
33) B13, O04, R040, T028 Exe: *Q RIC Vi 225f, C 108 
34) B13, O04, R040, T028 Exe: *S RIC Vi 225f, C 108 
35) B13, O04, R051, T075 RIC Vi 357f, C 123 
36) B13, O04, R058, T090 Exe: VI RIC Vi 247f, C 140 
37) B13, O04, R058, T091 Exe: */ PXXI RIC Vi 62f, C 154 
38) B13, O04, R058, T091 Exe: ?XXI RIC Vi 62f, C 154 
39) B13, O04, R058, T091 Exe: `/XXI* RIC Vi 62f, C 154 
40) B13, O04, R058, T091 Exe: P RIC Vi 251f, C 146 
41) B13, O04, R058, T091 Exe: XXIP RIC Vi 279f, C 145 
42) B13, O04, R058, T091 Exe: ΔXXI RIC Vi 62f, C 154 
43) B13, O04, R058, T091 RIC Vi 364f, C 154 
44) B13, O04, R058, T092 Exe: B/XXIR RIC Vi 64f, C 159 
45) B13, O04, R058, T092 Exe: S RIC Vi 137f, C 154 
46) B13, O04, R058, T092 Exe: Γ/XXIR RIC Vi 64f, C 159 
47) B13, O04, R058, T096  RIC Vi 136f 
48) B13, O04, R058, T097 Exe: P RIC Vi 134f, C 140 
49) B13, O04, R058, T100 Exe: S RIC Vi 249f, C 144 
50) B13, O04, R058, T100 Exe: XXI RIC Vi 63f, C 154 
51) B13, O04, R058, T100 Exe: ΔXXIR RIC Vi 63f, C 154 
52) B13, O04, R063, T080 * in left field and officina in right field RIC Vi 232f, C 169 
53) B13, O04, R064, T029 Exe: T RIC V 138f, C 170 
54) B13, O04, R078, T015 Exe: */KAΓ RIC Vi 289f, C 193 
55) B13, O04, R078, T015 Exe: ? RIC Vi 53f, C 192 
56) B13, O04, R082, T020 Exe: B/XXI RIC Vi 366f 
57) B13, O04, R083, T015 Exe: A/XXI RIC Vi 369f, C 209 
58) B13, O04, R090, T034 Exe: Q RIC Vi 142f, C 220 
59) B13, O04, R093, T036 RIC Vi 352f, C 223 
60) B13, O04, R097, T091 Exe: XXIT RIC Vi 308f, C 236 
61) B13, O04, R101, T107 
62) B13, O04, R102, T104 * in left field andS in right field RIC Vi 237f, C 248 
63) B13, O04, R103, T104  RIC Vi 355f, C 259 
64) B13, O04, R107, T020 Exe: T RIC Vi 56f, C 261 
65) B16, O04, R113, T020 Exe: T C 286 
66) B13, O04, R113, T020 Exe: Γ RIC Vi 408f, C 285 
67) B13, O07, R078, T015 Exe: */KAB RIC Vi 298f, C 197 
68) B13, O08, R040, T028 Exe: `  
69) B13, O10, R018, T044 Exe: `  
70) B13, O10, R020, T030 Exe: *` RIC Vi 244f, C 60 
71) B13, O10, R020, T030 Exe: Q* RIC Vi 215f, C 60 
72) B13, O10, R020, T030 Exe: S/XXI` RIC Vi 244f, C 60 
73) B13, O10, R020, T030 Exe: VII RIC Vi 59f, C 60 
74) B13, O10, R020, T030 Exe: XXIQ RIC Vi 244f, C 60 
75) B13, O10, R023, T090 Exe: E RIC Vi 384f, C 68 
76) B13, O10, R040, T028 Exe: P RIC Vi 259 
77) B13, O10, R058, T091 Exe: QM RIC Vi 150f, C 153 
78) B13, O10, R058, T091 Exe: T RIC Vi 61f, C 153 
79) B13, O10, R058, T091 Exe: TXXT RIC Vi 151f, C 153 
80) B13, O10, R058, T092 Exe: XXIT RIC Vi 255f, C 158 
81) B13, O10, R058, T097 Exe: XXI 
82) B13, O10, R058, T097 RIC Vi 360f, C 151 
83) B13, O10, R074, T052 Exe: KAΔ RIC Vi 284f, C 183 
84) B13, O10, R074, T052 Exe: SXXT RIC Vi 152f, C 183 
85) B13, O10, R078, T015 Exe: B RIC Vi 347f, C 210 
86) B13, O10, R078, T015 Exe: */KA RIC Vi 389f 
87) B13, O10, R078, T015 Exe: */KAB C 194 
88) B13, O10, R078, T015 Exe: Z/XXI RIC Vi 386f 
89) B13, O10, R083, T015 Exe: *B RIC Vi 349f 
90) B13, O10, R083, T015 Exe: `C RIC Vi 368f, C 210 
91) B13, O10, R083, T020 Exe: `C RIC Vi 367f, C 207 
92) B13, O10, R097, T091 Exe: `XXT RIC Vi 154f, C 234 
93) B13, O10, R097, T097 Exe: */KA RIC Vi 390f, C 232 
94) B13, O11, R078, T015 Exe: */KA` RIC Vi 301f 
95) B13, O14, R078, T015 Exe: */KA` RIC Vi 295f, C 196 
96) B13, O21, R078, T015 Exe: */KA` RIC Vi 292f 
97) B13, O22, R097, T092 Exe: XXI` RIC Vi 311f 
98) B13, O24, R078, T015 Exe: */KA`  
99) B14, O04, R078, T015 Exe: ` 
100) B15, O16, R033, T050 RIC Vi 328c, C 88 
101) B16, O04, R019, T030 Exe: ` RIC Vi 343c, C 26 
102) B16, O04, R040, T028 Exe: ` RIC Vi 129c, C 105 
103) B16, O04, R042, T028 Exe: *` RIC Vi 227c, C 113 
104) B16, O04, R086, T017 Exe: `  
105) B16, O04, R113, T012 Exe: *` RIC Vi 242c, C 286 
106) B16, O10, R018, T041 ` in right field RIC Vi 192c 
107) B16, O10, R102, T108 Exe: SERD  
108) B16, O16, R043, T063  
109) B16, O17, R028, T048  RIC Vi 327c, C 77 
110) B16, O20, R035, T055 RIC Vi 29c, C 97 
111) B17, O04, R020, T030 Exe: *` RIC Vi 218 
112) B19, O04, R056, T077 RIC Vi 334a 
113) B19, O04, R068, T069 Exe: COS  
114) B19, O04, R084, T017 Exe: *` RIC Vi 234a, C 201 
115) B19, O04, R109, T020 Exe: ` RIC Vi 149a, C 276 
116) B19, O04, R109, T111 RIC Vi 341a 
117) B19, O10, R058, T097 Exe: XXI RIC Vi 360a, C 151 
118) B19, O17, R035, T055 RIC Vi 331a, C 98 

 
AE Denarius Reference(s) 
 
119) B04, O04, R102, T107 Exe: ` RIC Vi 73, C 275 
120) B04, O10, R085, T099  

 
 
121) B04, O04, R102, T105 Exe: ` RIC Vi 1, C 1 

 
AE As 
 
122) B04, O04, R015, T021 Exe: ` RIC Vi 80 
123) B05, O04, R015, T021 

 
 

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