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Coin: æ

Museum number:
8-8795
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Alternate number:
8-6518c (previous museum number (recataloged from))
Accession number:
Acc.892
Object count:
1
Description:
Coin. Roman. Æ (21 mm.) Licinius 313-314 AD. Heraclea. Obverse: IMP.C.VAL.LICIN.LICINIVS. P.F.AVG Head facing right, laureate. Reverse: IOVI CONSERVATORI AVGG Jove (Jupiter) standing facing left holding victory and scepter; eagle facing left at feet; in field K Δ, in exergue, SMHT Pontus.
Donor:
University of California Library
Collection place:
Heraclea (ancient city), ancient Syria
Verbatim coll. place:
Heraclea
Production place:
Heraclea (ancient city), ancient Syria
Culture or time period:
Constantinian Dynasty (313–363 AD)
Collector:
Alfred Emerson
Collection date:
unknown
Materials:
Bronze (metal)
Person depicted:
Jupiter (Roman deity) and Licinius I (Emperor of Rome)
Inscription:
SMHT, IMP.C.VAL.LICIN.LICINIVS.P.F.AVG, and IOVI CONSERVATORI AVGG
Object type:
archaeology
Function:
7.5 Issued Currency and Associated Containers
Production date:
313-314 AD
Accession date:
1946
Department:
Classical Mediterranean
Dimensions:
linear 21 millimeters
Loans:
S1983-1984 #36: Department of Environmental Design (UC Davis)/Victoria Rivers (January 13, 1983–March 5, 1984)
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