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Roman aureus struck under Nerva, c. 97. The reverse reads Concordia Exercituum, symbolyzing the unity between the emperor and the Roman army with two clasped hands over an army standard.

Roman aureus struck under Nerva, c. The reverse reads Concordia Exercituum, symbolyzing the unity between the emperor and the Roman army with two clasped hands over an army standard.

Roman Empire Aureus ND  Gallienus, joint reign with Valerian I 253-60AD

Roman Empire Aureus ND Gallienus, joint reign with Valerian I

Ricimer was the power behind Western Roman Emperor from 456 to 472.  He was half Suevi and half Visigoth. He was appointed by Avitus as a comes or count of the Empire, and defeated the Vandals in a naval battle. He and his friend Majorian deposed Avitus and Ricimer was appointed magister militum.  Majorian was eventually made Emperor in 457 after the post had been vacant. Ricimer could not control Majorian, so he had Majorian beheaded. (This coin looks a lot like Avitus's).

A Rare Roman Gold Solidus of Ricimer, Patrician and Master of the Soliders, Struck in the Name of Leo I C.

Imperial Rome AV Solidus ND Treveri Mint struck 316AD Constantine I 307-337AD

Imperial Rome AV Solidus ND Treveri Mint struck Constantine I

Licinia Eudoxia (Constantinopla, 422 - ibíd., 462) fue una emperatriz romana de Occidente. Única hija superviviente de Teodosio II y Elia Eudoxia, se casó con quien sería Valentiniano III en 437, primo suyo, el 29 de octubre de 437 en Tesalónica. De este matrimonio tuvo dos hijas, Eudoxia y Placidia. Tuvo gran influencia en el gobierno.

Valentinian III (Latin: Flavius Placidius Valentinianus 2 July 419 – 16 March was Western Roman Emperor from 425 to His reign was marked by the ongoing dismemberment of the Western Empire.

Roman Empire AV Aureus ND struck circa 141 AD Diva Faustina Sr.

Roman Empire AV Aureus ND struck circa 141 AD Diva Faustina Sr.

Valentinian I (364-375). Solidus, 4.44 g, Antioch, 366. D N VALENTINI – ANVS P F AVG. Pearl-diademed draped bust right. / RESTITVTOR REIPVBLICAE. Valentinian standing faced, head right, holding labarum and crowning Victory on globe. In exergue, · ANTB ·.  RIC 2a / XXV; C. 28; Depeyrot 26/1. $1.966.

Valentinian I (364-375). Solidus, 4.44 g, Antioch, 366. D N VALENTINI – ANVS P F AVG. Pearl-diademed draped bust right. / RESTITVTOR REIPVBLICAE. Valentinian standing faced, head right, holding labarum and crowning Victory on globe. In exergue, · ANTB ·. RIC 2a / XXV; C. 28; Depeyrot 26/1. $1.966.

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Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 100 May The Roman Empire

Coin issued under Claudius celebrating young Nero as the future emperor, c. 50.

Coin issued under Claudius celebrating young Nero as the future emperor, c.

Solidus de Constantin, 4 ème siècle

Monnaie d'un solidus et demi de Constantin, Thessalonique

RI213 A Rare Roman Gold Aureus of Geta (198-209 C.E.) as Caesar, the Wedding of Dionysos and Ariadne Depicted on the Reverse | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

A Rare Roman Gold Aureus of Geta C.) as Caesar, the Wedding of Dionysos and Ariadne Depicted on the Reverse

Valerian I. Gold Aureus (5.05 g), Roman emperor, AD 253-260, and opponent of Shapur I - Price Estimate: $8000 - $0

Valerian I. Gold Aureus (5.05 g), Roman emperor, AD 253-260, and opponent of Shapur I - Price Estimate: $8000 - $0

Crispus. Caesar, AD 316-326. AV Solidus (19mm, 4.50 g, 6h). Treveri (Trier) mint, 1st officina. Struck under Constantine I, AD 320.

Crispus. Caesar, AD 316-326. AV Solidus (19mm, 4.50 g, 6h). Treveri (Trier) mint, 1st officina. Struck under Constantine I, AD 320.

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