Tiberius coin replica
Emperor Tiberius isn’t known by everybody. That is not too surprising, when you consider, that he was the second emperor of Rome and during his lifetime he remained in the shadow of the overpowering Augustus. Furthermore he was the predecessor of the notorious Caligula. Between those two great persons of roman history you can go by the board. Nevertheless Tiberius was interesting. He didn’t bother about politics and didn’t even live in Rome.
An as was the smallest roman denomination of coin. That’s why there were only a few, who survived the tide of history, which turns these replica into something even rarerer and more valuable.
- Ref: RIC 44,Cohen 25 , BMC 91
- front: TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVST IMP VIII
- back: PONTIF MAXIM TRIBVN POTEST XXIIII
- diameter: 27mm
- pure patinated tin
Every collector of coins or friend of the Antiquity, who doesn’t only knows the Antiquity, but also wants to touch and life it, will come closer to his dream with this beautiful piece.
Whether history teachers or enthusiastic pupils, students of history or enthusiastic RPGs - everyone loving the ancient Rome will love this coin replica, too!
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