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Marcus Aurelius, Colonia Philipensus



Roma within city walls. An internationally known numismatist has an example of this coin, and says his is 1 of 2 known to exist, with the second example being in the BM. So my coin is apparently the third known example of this type.


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marcus flavius

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What a cool design! How do we determine it is Roma and not the city goddess?
#1 December 8, 2006 3:13pm


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