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PHILIP I THE ARAB (244–249). Antoninianus. Rome. Obv: IMP PHILIPPVS AVG. Radiate and draped bust right. Rev: AETERNITAS AVGG. Elephant walking left, guided by mahout holding goad and wand. RIC 58. Condition: Very fine. Weight: 3.4 g. Diameter: 23 mm.
Roman Imperial Coins minted by ... (15 coins)
Philip's predecessor (Gordian III) died during the camping against Persia / Sasanian Empire in 243.
Securing his status as emperor with senate in Rome was probably the reason for the peace treaty with Persia.
So, he settled peace with Persia a ...
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Estimate $300 S ... DIOCLETIAN - MAXENTIUS, (A.D. 284-312), includes the following; Diocletian, AE follis, Alexandria mint, rev. Genius standing left, (S.3533); another antoninianus, rev. Diocletian & Maximianus, (S ...
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Estimate $200 S ... THESSALY, Thessalian League, Provincial Imperial Coinage, Marcus Aurelius, (161 - 180 A.D.), AE 24, dupondius or diassarion and assarion, (10.84 and 6.77 grams), obv. Marcus ...