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About Roman Coins

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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
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HOSTILIAN
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TETRICUS I
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ZENOBIA
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CARUS
CARINUS
MAGNIA URBICA
NIGRIAN
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LICINIUS II
CRISPUS
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ERIC The Encyclopedia of Roman Imperial Coins
by Rasiel Suarez


Gordian III 

    Augustus 238-244 

When the revolt of Gordian I & II in Northern Africa failed the Senate appointed Pupienus and Balbinus as joint emperors. However, this choice proved to be so unpopular that the Senate sought and found the grandson of Gordian I and named him Caesar so as to give an air of a dynastic lineage. Balbinus and Pupienus were murdered soon after leaving the teenage Gordian I as sole emperor. Gordian III then spent the next several years in relative obscurity participating in various wars. He was killed by agents of his Praetorian Prefect, Philip, who had ambitions to become emperor himself. 
 
Of all the ancient Roman coins, the silver Antoniniani of Gordian III are the cheapest and easiest to find. In fact, they are so cheap that even the collector on a limited budget need not settle for lower grade specimens. Several different types may be found in a condition similar to what they looked like shortly after being minted nearly 1,800 years ago for $20 or $30 and often less than that on the Internet. 
 
Gordian III was also the last emperor who struck the Denarius which had been until then one of the longest lived fixtures in the then-known world economies. The cheaper to make but twice as nominally valuable Antoninianus spelled doom for the venerable Denarius. It also started the quick downfall of the economy of the Roman empire. Within another 20 years silver practically vanished from circulation to be replaced with intrinsically worthless money. 
 
Happily, the last of the Denarii (a handful were made by later emperors on special occasions) are also inexpensive even in pristine condition. 
 
Ironically, the large bronze coins of the previous century become increasingly scarce and would be largely elminated within the next decade or so.  

Busts: 

 
1) Bare-headed, draped bust right 
2) Laureate, cuirassed bust left, holding spear over shoulder and shield 
3) Laureate, cuirassed bust right, holding spear over left shoulder 
4) Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, holding Victory and scepter
5) Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left. 
6) Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right 
8) Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right 

 

Obverses: 

 
1) IMP C M ANT GORDIANVS AVG 
2) IMP CAES GORDIANVS PIVS AVG 
3) IMP CAES M ANT GORDIANVS AVG 
4) IMP CAES M ANT GORDIANVS PIVS AVG 
5) IMP GORDIANVS PIVS FEL AVG 
6) IMP GORDIANVS PIVS FELIX AVG 
7) M ANT GORDIANVS CAES 

 

Reverses: 

 
8) AETERNITATI AVG 
10) APOL CONSERVAT 
15) FELICIT TEMP 
16) FELICIT TEMPOR 
20) FIDES MILIT AG 
22) FORT REDVX 
23) FORTVNA AVG 
29) LAETITIA AVG
32) LIBERALITAS AVG III 
33) LIBERALITAS AVG IIII 
34) LIBERALITAS AVGG III 
41) MARTEM POPVGNATOREM 
42) MARTI PACIFERO 
44) ORIENS AVG 
45) PAX AETERNA 
46) PAX AVGSTI 
47) PAX AVGVS 
51) PM TR I P CON PP 
52) PM TR P II COS 
53) PM TR P II COS PP 
54) PM TR P III COS II PP 
55) PM TR P III COS PP 
56) PM TR P III COS PP 
57) PM TR P IIII COS II PP 
58) PM TR P IIII COS PP 
59) PM TR P V COS II PP 
60) PM TR P V N COS III PP 
61) PM TR P VI COS II PP 
62) PM TR P VII COS II PP 
63) POMAE AETERNAE 
64) PONTIFEX MAX TR P III  
65) PONTIFEX MAX TR P IIII  
69) PROVIDENTI AVG 
76) SALVS AVG 
78) SECVRIT PERP 
79) SECVRIT PERPET 
80) SECVRIT PERPETVA 
81) SECVRITAS AVG 
84) SPES PVPLICA 
85) TRAIECTVS AVG 

 

Types: 

 
1) Abundantia standing right, pouring out cornucopia 
2) Aequitas standing left, holding scale and cornucopia
3) Annona standing left, holding grain ears over modius and cornucopia
4) Apollo seated left, holding branch and resting hand on lyre
5) Colosseum with bull and elephant wrestling inside; Colossus of Nero and Meta Sudans on either side. 
6) Concordia seated left, holding patera and cornucopia
7) Concordia seated left, holding patera and two cornucopiae
8) Concordia standing left, holding globe and scepter
9) Concordia standing left, holding patera and cornucopia
10) Concordia standing left, sacrificing over altar and holding cornucopia
11) Diana standing right, holding torch with both hands
12) Felicitas standing left, holding caduceus and cornucopia
13) Felicitas standing left, leaning on column, holding caduceus
14) Fides seated left, holding standard and cornucopia
15) Fides standing left, holding standard and cornucopia
16) Fides standing left, holding standard
17) Fides standing left, holding standard and scepter
18) Fides standing, facing, holding standard in each hand. 
19) Fortuna seated left, holding rudder and cornucopia
20) Fortuna seated left, holding rudder and cornucopia; wheel under chair. 
21) Galley sailing right. 
22) Gordian III and Tranquillina seated left, raising hands
23) Gordian III riding horse left, raising hand and holding scepter; Victory to left, holding wreath and palm
24) Gordian III riding horse left, raising hand 
25) Gordian III riding horse left, raising hand and holding spear. 
26) Gordian III riding horse right, raising hand 
27) Gordian III riding horse right, raising hand and holding scepter 
28) Gordian III riding horse right, spearing enemy. 
29) Gordian III riding horse right. 
30) Gordian III riding oncoming quadriga; two soldiers in front, on left and right, leading the horses by bridle. 
31) Gordian III riding quadriga left, holding branch and scepter, being crowned by Victory; two soldiers leading the horses. 
32) Gordian III riding quadriga left, holding patera
33) Gordian III riding quadriga right, holding scepter with eagle atop. 
34) Gordian III seated left on platform, accompanied by two lictors; citizen on steps to lower left. 
35) Gordian III seated left, being crowned by Victory to right, facing Pax standing to left, holding branch; two standards in background. 
36) Gordian III seated left, being crowned by Victory to right, facing Virtus to left, holding shield and branch with two standards in background. 
37) Gordian III seated left, being crowned by Victory to right, facing Pax standing to left, holding branch 
38) Gordian III standing left on right, receiving globe from Sol to left and being crowned by Virtus to right; two standards in center background, two captives seated below and soldier on left, holding spear and vexillum
39) Gordian III standing left on right, sacrificing over altar, Nike standing behind crowning him; Sol riding oncoming quadriga in center with Tigris and Euphrates laying to center left. 
40) Gordian III standing left, holding globe and scepter
41) Gordian III standing left, holding hand of kneeling woman. 
42) Gordian III standing left, sacrificing over altar and holding scepter
43) Gordian III standing right on platform, facing three soldiers; horse and standards in background. 
44) Gordian III standing right, holding spear and globe. 
45) Hercules standing right, holding club and bow. 
46) Hercules standing right, resting hand on hip and holding club with lion skin. 
47) Jupiter seated left, holding globe; eagle to left. 
48) Jupiter standing left, holding thunderbolt and scepter
49) Jupiter standing left, holding thunderbolt and scepter; eagle to left. 
50) Jupiter standing left, holding thunderbolt and scepter; Gordian III to lower left. 
51) Jupiter standing, facing, holding scepter and thunderbolt. 
52) Laetitia standing left, holding wreath and anchor 
53) Liberalitas standing left, holding coin counter and cornucopia
54) Liberalitas standing left, holding coin counter and two cornucopiae
55) Libertas standing left, holding pileus and scepter
56) Lion advancing right 
57) Mars advancing left, holding branch and spear with shield
58) Mars advancing right, holding spear and shield
59) Mars standing, facing, holding spear and shield 
60) Monetae (3) standing left, each holding a scale and cornucopia; coin piles by feet. 
61) Pax advancing left, holding branch and scepter
62) Pax standing left, holding branch and cornucopia
63) Pax standing left, holding branch and scepter 
64) Pietas standing, facing, raising hands
65) Providentia standing left, holding grain ears over modius and cornucopia
66) Providentia standing left, holding rudder and cornucopia
67) Providentia standing left, holding wand over globe and scepter
68) Providentia standing left, raising hand over globe and holding scepter 
69) Providentia standing, facing, holding globe and scepter
70) Pudicitia seated left, pulling veil and holding scepter 
71) Roma seated left, holding Victory and spear. 
72) Sacrificial implements: simpulum, cruet, lituus, etc. (variously arranged 
73) Salus standing right, holding and feeding snake. 
74) Securitas seated left, holding scepter and resting head on hand. 
75) Securitas seated left, holding scepter and resting head on hand; altar to left. 
76) Securitas standing left, leaning on column and with legs crossed, holding scepter
77) Serapis standing left, raising hand and holding scepter 
78) Sol standing, facing, holding globe and whip. 
79) Sol standing, facing, raising hand and holding globe. 
80) Spes advancing left, holding flower and raising skirt. 
81) Venus standing left, holding helmet and cradling scepter; shield to right. 
82) Victory advancing left, holding wreath and palm
83) Victory advancing right, holding wreath and palm
84) Victory standing left, resting hand on shield and holding palm; seated captive to lower left. 
85) Virtus standing, facing, holding branch and spear; shield to left. 
86) Virtus standing, facing, resting hand on shield and holding spear. 
87) Wreath, VOTIS DECENNALIBVS within 

 

Mints: 

 
1) Antioch 
2) Roma 

 
AU Aureus Reference(s) 
 
1) B6 O3 R03 T27 Curtis Clay collection 
2) B6 O3 R30 T53 RIC IViii 42, C 129 
3) B6 O5 R08 T79 RIC IViii 97, C 37 
4) B6 O5 R14 T11 RIC IViii 121, C 39 
5) B6 O5 R95 T46 RIC IViii 108, C 401 

 
 
6) B7 O5 R21 T18 RIC IViii 209, C 92 
7) B7 O5 R24 T19  RIC IViii 210, C 98 
8) B7 O5 R42 T57 RIC IViii 212, C 162 
9) B7 O5 R44 T79 RIC IViii 213, C 167 
10) B7 O5 R48 T61 RIC IViii 214e, C 179 
11) B7 O5 R59 T45 RIC IViii 206e, C 264 
12) B7 O5 R75 T44 RIC IViii 216, C 319 
13) B8 O2 R04 T02  RIC IViii 51, C 22 
14) B8 O2 R11 T07 RIC IViii 52, C 53 
15) B8 O2 R31 T54 RIC IViii 53, C 133 
16) B8 O2 R53 T42 RIC IViii 54, C 212 
17) B8 O2 R73 T71 RIC IViii 55, C 313 
18) B8 O2 R93 T86 RIC IViii 56, C 386 
19) B8 O3 R04 T02 RIC IViii 34, C 17 
20) B8 O3 R11 T06 RIC IViii 180, C 52 
21) B8 O3 R11 T07 RIC IViii 35, C 50 
22) B8 O3 R11 T10 RIC IViii 178a, C 58 
23) B8 O3 R20 T17 
24) B8 O3 R21 T15 RIC IViii 183a, C 90 
25) B8 O3 R21 T17 RIC IViii 1, C 86 
26) B8 O3 R25 T50 RIC IViii 2, C 105 
27) B8 O3 R31 T54 RIC IViii 36, C 130 
28) B8 O3 R31 T55 RIC IViii 187a, C 126 
29) B8 O3 R48 T63 RIC IViii 3, C 173 
30) B8 O3 R51 T42 RIC IViii 169, C 187 
31) B8 O3 R51 T77 Curtis Clay collection 
32) B8 O3 R52 T33 Curtis Clay Collection 
33) B8 O3 R53 T17 RIC IViii 15, C 205 
34) B8 O3 R53 T32  
35) B8 O3 R53 T42 RIC IViii 37, C 210 
36) B8 O3 R53 T47 RIC IViii 27, C 190 
37) B8 O3 R53 T50 RIC IViii 16, C 189 
38) B8 O3 R53 T63 RIC IViii 17, C 203 
39) B8 O3 R53 T69 RIC IViii 18, C 196 
40) B8 O3 R53 T70 RIC IViii 172, C 196 
41) B8 O3 R53 T82 RIC IViii 19, C 199 
42) B8 O3 R53 T86 RIC IViii 20, C 194 
43) B8 O3 R62 T58 RIC IViii 167a, C 280 
44) B8 O3 R70 T69 RIC IViii 4, C 302 
45) B8 O3 R73 T71 RIC IViii 38, C 312 
46) B8 O3 R90 T83 RIC IViii 5, C 357 
47) B8 O3 R93 T86 RIC IViii 6, C 381 
48) B8 O5 R04 T02 RIC IViii 63, C 25 
49) B8 O5 R08 T79 RIC IViii 83, C 41 
50) B8 O5 R11 T07 RIC IViii 64, C 52 
51) B8 O5 R13 T07 RIC IViii 65, C 62 
52) B8 O5 R15 T12 RIC IViii 140, C 71 
53) B8 O5 R16 T12 RIC IViii 141, C 72 
54) B8 O5 R18 T12 RIC IViii 142, C 81 
55) B8 O5 R21 T19 RIC IViii 143, C 97 
56) B8 O5 R23 T21 RIC IViii 144, C 98 
57) B8 O5 R25 T52 RIC IViii 84, C 109 
58) B8 O5 R26 T52 RIC IViii 85, C 115 
59) B8 O5 R28 T53 RIC IViii 86, C 121 
60) B8 O5 R31 T54 RIC IViii 67, C 142 
61) B8 O5 R38 T59 RIC IViii 145, C 155 
62) B8 O5 R39 T59 RIC IViii 146, C 156 
63) B8 O5 R40 T59 RIC IViii 147, C 160 
64) B8 O5 R47 T62 RIC IViii 214b, C 179 
65) B8 O5 R51 T43 RIC IViii 68, C 216 
66) B8 O5 R53 T45 RIC IViii 91, C 242 
67) B8 O5 R54 T04 RIC IViii 87, C 237 
68) B8 O5 R56 T04 RIC IViii 88, C 250 
69) B8 O5 R58 T04 RIC IViii 89, C 262 
70) B8 O5 R58 T45 RIC IViii 93, C 266 
71) B8 O5 R60 T04 RIC IViii 90, C 272 
72) B8 O5 R60 T45 RIC IViii 94, C 276 
73) B8 O5 R66 T68 RIC IViii 148, C 296 
74) B8 O5 R67 T68 RIC IViii 149, C 298 
75) B8 O5 R69 T68 RIC IViii 150, C 299 
76) B8 O5 R72 T72 RIC IViii 70, C 314 
77) B8 O5 R77 T77 RIC IViii 151, C 327 
78) B8 O5 R78 T77 RIC IViii 152, C 328 
79) B8 O5 R81 T77 RIC IViii 153, C 336 
80) B8 O5 R86 T85 RIC IViii 154, C 348 
81) B8 O5 R87 T85 RIC IViii 155, C 349 
82) B8 O5 R88 T85 RIC IViii 156, C 353 
83) B8 O5 R92 T86 RIC IViii 71, C 388 
84) B8 O5 R94 T47 RIC IViii 95, C 404 

 
AR Denarius Reference(s) 
 
85) B1 O7 R48 T73 RIC IVii 1, C 182 
86) B6 O5 R08 T80 RIC IViii 111, C 39 
87) B6 O5 R14 T11 RIC IViii 127, C 69 
88) B6 O5 R26 T52 RIC IViii 112, C 113 
89) B6 O5 R28 T53 RIC IViii 113, C 120 
90) B6 O5 R49 T65 RIC IViii 129, C 186 
91) B6 O5 R53 T04 RIC IViii 114, C 238 
92) B6 O5 R53 T45 RIC IViii 115, C 243 
93) B6 O5 R54 T25 RIC IViii 81, C 234 
94) B6 O5 R76 T74 RIC IViii 129a, C 325 
95) B6 O5 R82 T75 RIC IViii 130, C 340 
96) B6 O5 R85 T82 RIC IViii 131, C 347 
97) B6 O5 R94 T47 RIC IViii 116, C 403 

 
 
98) B6 O5 R13 T07 RIC IViii 75, C 63 

 
 
99) B2 O6 R44 T40  
100) B2 O6 R93 T31  
101) B3 O6 R64 T31  
102) B4 O6 R42 T05  

 
 
103) B6 O3 R20 T17 RIC IViii 254, C 89 
104) B6 O3 R30 T55 RIC IViii 269a, C 136 
105) B6 O3 R89 T83 RIC IViii 258a, C 538 
106) B6 O5 R04 T02 RIC IViii 286a, C 26 
107) B6 O5 R08 T81 RIC IViii 297a, C 43 
108) B6 O5 R23 T21 RIC IViii 331a, C 99 
109) B6 O5 R26 T51 RIC IViii 298a, C 111 
110) B6 O5 R28 T53 RIC IViii 300a, C 122 
111) B6 O5 R41 T58 RIC IViii 333, C 161 
112) B6 O5 R51 T43 RIC IViii 291, C 217 
113) B6 O5 R58 T45 RIC IViii 307a, C 267 
114) B6 O5 R59 T04 RIC IViii 303a, C 262 
115) B6 O5 R78 T76 RIC IViii 335a, C 329 
116) B6 O5 R81 T74 RIC IViii 311a, C 333 
117) B6 O5 R87 T85 RIC IViii 337a, C 351 
118) B6 O5 R88 T85 RIC IViii 338a, C 354 
119) B6 O5 R91 T23 Exe: SC RIC IVii 325, C 377 
120) B6 O6 R08 T80 RIC IViii 297 aneotal 
121) B6 O7 R49 T72 Exe: SC RIC IVii 3, C 183 

 
AE As 
 
122) B6 O3 R04 T02 RIC IViii 267b, C 89 
123) B6 O3 R53 T71 Exe: SC RIC IViii 264b, C 208 
124) B6 O5 R64 T32 RIC IViii 321a, C 289 
125) B6 O5 R93 T36 RIC IViii 326 
126) B6 O6 R78 T77 RIC IViii 335c 

 

Gordian III Busts 

Gordian III Types