Copper As of Tiberius struck during his 17th year of holding the Tribunitian power (15-16 AD), Ancient Roman Empire. Minted by Rome. When this coin was struck the Rome mint was responsible for the production of most Imperial copper and bronze coinage, although at this early stage of the Empire many regional base metal coinages were being struck for local use. Precious-metal coins were then being struck at Lugdunum in Gaul.

Obverse Description

Laureate head of Tiberius facing right; around, TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVST IMP VII

Reverse Description

Seated female figure (Livia?) facing right dividing the letters S C, she holds a patera in her right hand and a sceptre in her left; around, [PONTIF MAXIM T]RIBVN POTEST XVII

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