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AU Brutus celebrating the assassination of Julius Caesar.

AU Brutus celebrating the assassination of Julius Caesar.

Mauretanian coin of Cleopatra Selene (left, reverse) and her husband Juba II (right, obverse). British Museum

Mauretanian coin of Cleopatra Selene (left, reverse) and her husband Juba II (right, obverse). British Museum

roman coin, Sestertius of Caligula - obverse: shows the wreathed head of Caligula with the caption “C CAESAR DIVI AVG PRON AVG P M TR P III P P”. Reverse: Caligula standing on a platform addressing five helmeted soldiers with shields, parazonia and two aquila. It bears a legend “ADLOCVT COH”

roman coin, Sestertius of Caligula - obverse: shows the wreathed head of Caligula with the caption “C CAESAR DIVI AVG PRON AVG P M TR P III P P”. Reverse: Caligula standing on a platform addressing five helmeted soldiers with shields, parazonia and two aquila. It bears a legend “ADLOCVT COH”

(Vindolanda Trust)

(Vindolanda Trust)

Silver denarius _ Sabaean Kingdom, South Arabia, 2nd - 3rd Century A.D. _  The Sabaeans were an ancient people speaking an Old South Arabian language who lived in what is today Yemen, in the south west of the Arabian Peninsula. Some scholars suggest a link between the Sabaeans and the Biblical land of Sheba. The Sabaean Kingdom was conquered by the Himyarites in the late 3rd century.

Silver denarius _ Sabaean Kingdom, South Arabia, 2nd - 3rd Century A.D. _ The Sabaeans were an ancient people speaking an Old South Arabian language who lived in what is today Yemen, in the south west of the Arabian Peninsula. Some scholars suggest a link between the Sabaeans and the Biblical land of Sheba. The Sabaean Kingdom was conquered by the Himyarites in the late 3rd century.

Vespasian gold Aureus. Rome mint, 21 Dec 69 through early 70 AD. IMP CAESAR VESPASIANVS AVG, laureate head right / IVDAEA in ex, captive Jewess seated right, hands tied before, trophy of captured arms behind.

O’Brien Coin Guide: Roman Emperors and their Coins, Part II

Vespasian gold Aureus. Rome mint, 21 Dec 69 through early 70 AD. IMP CAESAR VESPASIANVS AVG, laureate head right / IVDAEA in ex, captive Jewess seated right, hands tied before, trophy of captured arms behind.

Cantiaci (c.50-30 BC), gold Stater, late Weald net, blank, rev. horse left annulet on chest, ringed-pellets above, pellet above and below tail, net below (Mack 84; Rudd ABC 180; S.169; V.150), well centred, good style, extremely fine

Cantiaci (c.50-30 BC), gold Stater, late Weald net, blank, rev. horse left annulet on chest, ringed-pellets above, pellet above and below tail, net below (Mack 84; Rudd ABC 180; S.169; V.150), well centred, good style, extremely fine

Cairo Egypt Abbasid Gold Coin Al-Radi Dinar 323 AH / 935 AD Beautiful Extremely Fine

Cairo Egypt Abbasid Gold Coin Al-Radi Dinar 323 AH / 935 AD Beautiful Extremely Fine

https://flic.kr/p/951gsJ | Roman Coin - emperor Vespasianus with capricorn | capricorn or goatfish from the zodiac

https://flic.kr/p/951gsJ | Roman Coin - emperor Vespasianus with capricorn | capricorn or goatfish from the zodiac

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