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An Exceptional Roman Silver Denarius of Augustus (27 B.C.E.-14 C.E.), the Julian Star Featured on the Reverse Struck circa 18 BC. CAESAR AVGVSTVS, laureate head right / DIVVS • IVLIVS, comet with eight rays and tail. RIC I 102 (Colonia Patricia?)... The ‘Julian star’ was the comet that appeared in the evening skies shortly after the assassination of Julius Caesar in 44 BC. This was taken as a sign of his divinity.

An Exceptional Roman Silver Denarius of Augustus C.), the Julian Star Featured on the Reverse

Lot 3123  Nero. Silver Denarius (3.47 g), AD 54-68. Rome, ca. AD 66/7. NERO CAESAR AVGVSTVS, laureate head of Nero right, sporting slight beard. Reverse : SALVS in exergue, Salus seated left, holding patera. RIC 60; WCN 60; BMC 90; RSC 314. Goldberg Coins and Collectibles

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Silver denarius of Julius Caesar | Roman | Late Republican | The Met

Silver denarius of Julius Caesar. minted in Africa. head of Venus/CAESAR, Aeneas carrying the palladium in his right hand and his father, Anchises, on his left shoulder Africa

An Exceptional Roman Silver Denarius of Domitian as Caesar… | Flickr

An Exceptional Roman Silver Denarius of Domitian as Caesar C.), a Rare Bust Presentation

right - Denarius of L Lentulus, Rome, 12c BC -clipus virtutus of 27 BC, placing star on statue of Julius Caesar  what about other side???

a) denarius of Lucius Lentulus b) c) silver d) Rome e) shows Octavian as Augustus; placing star on memorial statue of JC to show his divus status in shield is the clipeus virtutis, given by the SPQR to O. for his civic virtues in

Roman coin - Caesar Augustus Germanicvs 1st c. AD

Roman coin - Caesar Augustus Germanicus c. During the Pax Romana many were prosperous but the majority were still poor.

Bom Lero: Arte romana (com pitadas de mitologia e história)

Romulus and Remus on an Ancient Roman coin. Silver didrachm g).

1853 ARROWS & RAYS 50C MS reverse

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Vespasian gold Aureus. Rome mint, 21 Dec 69 through early 70 AD. IMP CAESAR VESPASIANVS AVG, laureate head right / IVDAEA in ex, captive Jewess seated right, hands tied before, trophy of captured arms behind.

O’Brien Coin Guide: Roman Emperors and their Coins, Part II

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Julius Nepos, technically the “last Roman Emperor” in the western provinces. He was expelled by his own general, Orestes (who would then install his son Romulus on the throne) and ruled the Balkan coast. Nepos would be assassinated in 480 A.D.-probably by agents of Odoacer, who ruled Italy.

Julius Nepos, technically the “last Roman Emperor” in the western provinces. He was expelled by his own general, Orestes (who would then install his son Romulus on the throne) and ruled the Balkan.

Head of Gaius Caesar, grandson of the first Roman emperor Augustus 1st century CE -- Photographed at the Musèe de Arles Antique in Arles, France.

Head of Gaius Caesar, grandson of the first Roman emperor Augustus century CE -- Photographed at the Musèe de Arles Antique in Arles, France.

Libo.Dioscuri of Sparta. Roma right. Very rare Roman Republic coin.Fleur De Coin

Dioscuri of Sparta. Roma right. Very rare Roman Republic coin.

Imperial Rome AV Solidus ND Treveri Mint struck 316AD Constantine I 307-337AD

Imperial Rome AV Solidus ND Treveri Mint struck Constantine I

NumisBids: Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 99, Lot 25 : The Roman Empire Elagabalus, 218 – 222. Aureus 220, AV...

NumisBids: Numismatica Ars Classica Auction Lot 25 : The Roman Empire Elagabalus, 218 – Aureus AV.

1. Augustus (16 BCE - 14 CE) Emperor number 1.  Probably a very great man, somewhat over-manipulated by his ambitious wife, Livia.  He was called Octavius during the reign of Julius Caesar and the triumvirate with Marc Antony and Lepidus.

Act V scene i Caesar: We could not stall together /In the whole world. [Mark Antony (left) and Octavian (right) portrayed on 41 BC Roman aureus issued to honor the Second Triumvirate.