Vespasian (1st July A D 69 - 24th June A D 79)

T. Flavius Vespasianus enjoyed a most successful military career, playing an important role in the Claudian invasion of Britain in AD 43 as commander of Legio II. The accession of Vespasian saw the rise of Rome's second great imperial dynasty.

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Vespasian 'Pax' Denarius 025924

Vespasian 'Pax' Denarius
Silver, 2.75 grams, 19.28 mm. Rome. 75 AD. Obverse: IMP CAESAR VESPASIANVS AVG, laureate head right. Reverse: PON MAX TR P COS VI, Pax seated left holding branch. RIC 772; RSC 366; Sear 2301. Good very fine.
£120.00

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Vespasian 'Pax' Denarius 025924


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