Silver colored denarius of Macus Antonius 83rd to 30th B.C.
Original mint probably Patrae (?), 32 - 31 BC.
Obverse: ANT AVG III VIR RPC Praetorian galley n. r., at the prow Thyrsos
Reverse: LEG X legionary eagle between two standards
The most common coinage of Marcus Antonius are the so called legionary denarii. The reverse shows a legionary eagle between two standards and the numbers of the legions.
also the numbers of the legions. It is not clear whether these coins were used to pay the soldiers or as memorabilia.
It can be assumed that this type of coins enjoyed great popularity, since they circulated for a long time in the Rech and also had a corresponding abrasion.
Of these legion denarii there were quite different, but these were always assigned to a particular legion.
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