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1 coin found


Augustus
As, struck 10-14 AD in Nemausus.
Obv.: IMP / DIVI F, heads of Agrippa (to l.) and Augustus (to r.) back to back, that of Agrippa wearing combined rostral crown and laurel wreath, that of Augustus is laureate; P - P to l. and r. of the heads.
Rev.: COL - NEM (NE ligate), palm-shoot with long, vertical fronds and its tip to l., behind chained crocodile; to l. of palm-tip, wreath with long ties.
RIC² 161 (S); AMC 456, 457, 458
Picture: Fritz Rudolf Künker Münzenhandlung

 Romanatic-ID: 208