aEF, rev. with areaus of weak strike
|Geographical Origin:||Roman Empire|
Roman Empire - Augustus (27 B.C. - 14 A.D.) silver denarius (3,92 g. 20 mm). Uncertain mint, 28 B.C. AEGYPTO CAPTA. Crocodile.
Obverse: CAESAR DIVI F COS VI, bare head right.
Reverse: AEGYPTO CAPTA in two lines, crocodile to right below.
Ref: RIC 545; BMC 653.
About Extemely fine condition. Reverse with areas of weak strike. Rare
Lustrous silver tone. Great portrait of Augustus and complete legends.
Proudly announcing Octavian’s annexation of Egypt to the empire, this coin is an excellent example of this propagandistic type proclaiming the achievements of Rome’s de-facto ruler to the masses.
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Lucernae pro top
|Member since:||January 8, 2016|
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.The seller made a mistake and didn't admit it. He never answered my emails. I tracked the order but it was never send to my country, it never left Spain. Now I lost my money and my goods.
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|Rest of the World||$ 88.87|
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