Roman

Ancient roman coins span the 3rd century BC until the 5th century AD. Unlike ancient greek coins which feature a wide range of symbols peculiar to a particular city in Ancient Greece, ancient roman coins commonly feature a portrait of an individual (e.g. the emperor) on the obverse. Some of the most wonderfully detailed portraits of emperors can be found on an ancient roman coin.
Crispina, Ancient Imitative of Ae As, Juno, 180-183 AD

Most likely an ancient imitative ("cast limes falsa") of an official issue. Bruttia Crispina was Roman Empress from 178 to…

Crispus, Ae Follis, Antioch Mint, 317-326 AD

Rare coin from the Antioch mint. Flavius Julius Crispus was a Caesar of the Roman Empire. The co-reigning Roman Emperors…

Divus Constantine I the Great, AE Silvered Follis, Posthumous Issue, 347-348 AD

Constantine I "the Great" was Roman Emperor from 306 to 337 AD. He became sole Emperor of the Western and…

Domitian AE As, 87 AD

Beautifully preserved green patina. A much lighter shade of green than appears in the photos. Nice example of a portrait…

Domitian AR Tetradrachm of Antioch, Syria, 91-92 AD. Very Rare.

An extremely rare coin, there are only 23 of this type known and this coin is one of,…

Domitian, AE21 of Antioch, Syria, 69-81 AD

Domitianus (Domitian) was the son and heir of the Roman Emperor Vespasian. His 15 year reign (the longest since Tiberius)…

Domitian, AE30 of Antioch, Syria, 81-83 AD

Domitianus (Domitian) was the son and heir of the Roman Emperor Vespasian. His 15 year reign (the longest since Tiberius)…

Domitian, AR Denarius, Minerva, 90 AD

Very fine with attractive toning. Domitianus (Domitian) was the son and heir of the Roman Emperor Vespasian. His 15 year…

Domitian, AR Denarius, Pegasus, 79-80 AD

An excellent coin for collectors of mythological creatures on ancient coins. Arguably the Pegasus is amongst the most famous…

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