Commodus The Vile
Commodus was one of the more hated Roman emperors. He did not have a good stand with any of his subjects and ruled by fear and terror and not by benevolence and mercy. Furthermore, his mental stability was highly questionable, for he believed himself to be the son of Hercules and proudly presented himself with a club and a lion's fur in public. He is a prime example for the typical mad Roman emperor.
That fact alone makes him interesting enough to be added to any coin collection. This coin also makes for a great present for other coin collectors or for a great show-and-tell item in history class or during reenactment events.
Just do it as Commodus would have done and order without overthinking anything.
Commodus Coin Facts
- Every piece is crafted by hand und therefore unique
- Made of massive brass
- Great level of detail and historical accuracy
- Modeled after genuine archaeological finds
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