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The obverse of the coin features an image of the head of L. Livineius Regulus, a moneyer from Republican Rome. The reverse features an image of a curule chair, a folding chair traditionally associated with administrative power in Rome, and three…

Alexander the Great Didrachms became a staple coin of Greece, because it was commonly used for international trade. Pictured on the front is the head of Herakles, the greatest hero of the Greeks. Herakles' lion skin headpiece is symbolic of his…

The coin’s obverse portrays a profile of Roman Emperor Hadrian (76-138 CE) wearing a laurel crown, signifying his victories. The coin features a small crack alongside Hadrian’s neck, indicating its extensive use. The coin’s reverse depicts a seated…
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