Gallic gold Stater from the Eburovices, Caesar knew why he conquered Gallia. Claudius coin below example has a “VAR” countermark, once thought to be for P Quinctilius Varus who lost 3 legions in 9 AD.
For more details see the Countermark Section . Restituta PR, Libertas, denarius making reference to the famous Brutus EID MAR denarius with the two daggers and the cap of liberty. Please forward this error screen to 91. Please forward this error screen to 193. Back to RNG Mainpage Roman coins showing the empire’s architectural treasures are amongst the most interesting. The Colosseum on a sestertius of Titus, note the spectators inside the impressive building. Rome: The Temple of Divus Antoninus Pius and Diva Faustina .
Denarius of Traian, showing the Traian’s column in Rome, still standing today. Roman emperor from 41 to 54. His survival led to his being declared Emperor by the Praetorian Guard after Caligula’s assassination, at which point he was the last man of his family. Despite his lack of experience, Claudius proved to be an able and efficient administrator. He was also an ambitious builder, constructing many new roads, aqueducts, and canals across the Empire.