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1 coin found


Caligula
Sestertius, struck 39-40 AD in Rome.
Obv.: C CAESAR DIVI AVG PRON AVG P M TR P III P P / PIETAS (ex.), Pietas, veiled and dr., seated l., r. holding patera, l. arm resting on small facing figure, dr., on basis.
Rev.: DIVO - AVG / S - C, hexastyle garlanded temple surmounted by quadriga, before which Caligula, veiled and togate, sacrifices with patera over garlanded altar; one attendant leads bull to the altar; a second holds patera.
RIC² 44 (R); BMC pl. 28, 9 (Hall coll.); Mil.
Picture: Münzen & Medaillen Deutschland GmbH

 Romanatic-ID: 792