Copper As issued by the Emperor Nero probably in 66 AD depicting the Genius of the Emperor making a sacrifice. Minted by Lugdunum, Ancient Roman Empire. The globe at the point of the neck truncation indicates a product of the Lugdunum mint.

Obverse Description

Bare head of Nero facing right, a globe at the base of the neck truncation (corroded); around, IMP NERO CAESAR AVG P MAX TR P P P

Reverse Description

At centre, dividing the letters S C, Genius standing facing left sacrificing from a patera over an altar, in his left arm, a cornucopiae; around, [GENIO] AVGVSTI

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