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Pictured on the obverse side is Quirinus, the deified Romulus, founder of Rome and is the God of thunder. On the back is Ceres, who is the Goddess of agriculture and of motherly relationships. The word Cerealia is written under her image, which is a…

A bust of Annia Galeria Faustina, better known as Faustina Senior or Major, is on the obverse side. She was married to Emperor Antoninus Pius and they had two sons and two daughters, one of whom was also called Faustina (or Faustina Junior or Minor).…

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On the obverse is the laureate head of Nero and on the reverse is Annona and Ceres. The obverse side reads IMP NERO CAESAR AVG PONT MAX TRP OTP P, which gives us the name of the ruler at the time. The reverse writing reads AVOVS VERES SC ANNONA.…
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