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Silver coin of Emperor Augustus. He reigned in 27 BC - AD 14.

Silver coin of Emperor Augustus. He reigned in 27 BC - AD

Roman coin with head of Augustus

Gold coin of Emperor Augustus. He reigned in 27 BC - AD

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Coin of Augustus dating to c.19BC.  Bare head of Augustus with 'Augustus Caesar'.  On the other side a temple to Jupiter.  Augustus often promoted himself as the mortal counterpart on earth to the role of Jupiter king of the gods in the heavens.

Coin of Augustus dating to Bare head of Augustus with 'Augustus Caesar'. On the other side a temple to Jupiter. Augustus often promoted himself as the mortal counterpart on earth to the role of Jupiter king of the gods in the heavens.

Augustus. AV Aureus. 7,68 gr. No legend, bare head right / CAESAR DIVI F, Victory holding palm branch, in galloping biga right.

No legend, bare head right / CAESAR DIVI F, Victory holding palm branch, in galloping biga right.

Augustus AV Aureus. Lyons mint, 13-14 AD. CAESAR AVGVSTVS DIVI F PATER PATRIAE, laureate head right / PONTIF MAXIM, female (Livia?) seated right, holding branch & sceptre. Coin highlighting Augustus' position as chief priest - Ponfifex Maximus.

Gold coin of Emperor Augustus. He reigned in 27 BC - AD

right - Denarius of L Lentulus, Rome, 12c BC -clipus virtutus of 27 BC, placing star on statue of Julius Caesar  what about other side???

a) denarius of Lucius Lentulus b) c) silver d) Rome e) shows Octavian as Augustus; placing star on memorial statue of JC to show his divus status in shield is the clipeus virtutis, given by the SPQR to O. for his civic virtues in

Augustus AV Aureus. Lyons mint, 9-8 BC. AVGVSTVS DIVI F, laureate head right / C CAES, Caius Caesar galloping right, eagle between two standards behind, AVGVS F below.

Gold coin of Emperor Augustus. He reigned in 27 BC - AD

GREEN for GREECE | RED for ROME

A coin of the glorious Titus Flavius Caesar Vespasianus Augustus. On the reverse it shows the goddess Fortuna. Enjoy this marvellous coin

Augustus Aureus (27 B.C. - 14 A.D.)

Coinage was introduced to the Roman republic around 300 B. These ancient Roman gold coins are highly coveted by collectors today.

Gold coin of Emperor Augustus. He reigned in 27 BC - AD 14.

Gold coin of Emperor Augustus. He reigned in 27 BC - AD 14.

Silver coin of Emperor Augustus. He reigned in 27 BC - AD 14.

Silver coin of Emperor Augustus. He reigned in 27 BC - AD

Silver coin of Emperor Augustus. He reigned in 27 BC - AD 14.

Silver coin of Emperor Augustus. He reigned in 27 BC - AD

Silver coin of Emperor Augustus. He reigned in 27 BC - AD 14.

Silver coin of Emperor Augustus. He reigned in 27 BC - AD

Silver coin of Emperor Augustus. He reigned in 27 BC - AD 14.

Silver coin of Emperor Augustus. He reigned in 27 BC - AD

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