Römisches Reich - AR Denarius, Hadrian (117-138 AD) - 125-128 n.Chr. - Silber

Beschreibung
Römisches Reich - AR Denarius, Hadrian (117-138 AD) - 125-128 n.Chr. - Silber
SS (sehr schön)

It is unclear whether it is the goddess Hilaritas (of joy) or Victoria. This coin is also associated with the accession of Sabina in 128.


Denomination:
AR Denarius
Condition:
Very Fine -
Size:
18 mm
Weight:
3.2 g
Period:
125-128 A.D.
Mint:
Rome
Exergue:
-.-
Obverse:
HADRIANVS AVGVSTVS, laurelled bust facing right
Reverse side:
COS III. Victoria with her hand behind her head facing to the right, a palm branch in her other hand. Consul for the 3rd time.
Reference:
RIC 182

Hadrian was a cousin of Emperor Trajan. Among other things, he built Hadrian's wall in Britannia and retreated from a few areas (Armenia, Mesopotamia) to make the defence easier. His successor Aelius died prematurely, after which he adopted Antoninus Pius. He died shortly after.

Los-Details
Metall
Silber
Nennwert
AR Denarius,
Jahr / Periode und Variation
Hadrian (117-138 AD) - 125-128 n.Chr.
Erhaltung
SS (sehr schön)
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