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Freeman 4, cf. Cr 393/1, Eraviscan imitation of denarius of Cn Cornelius Lentulus, circa 50-20 B.C.

Freeman4-1200.JPG ThumbnailsCf. Cr 287/1 Anon issue of 115/114 B.C., Geto-Dacian imitationThumbnailsCf. Cr 287/1 Anon issue of 115/114 B.C., Geto-Dacian imitationThumbnailsCf. Cr 287/1 Anon issue of 115/114 B.C., Geto-Dacian imitationThumbnailsCf. Cr 287/1 Anon issue of 115/114 B.C., Geto-Dacian imitationThumbnailsCf. Cr 287/1 Anon issue of 115/114 B.C., Geto-Dacian imitationThumbnailsCf. Cr 287/1 Anon issue of 115/114 B.C., Geto-Dacian imitation

Imitations of Roman Republic coinage, Eravisci, AR Denarius(3.15g, 1h), circa 50-20 B.C., mint in modern-day Hungary. Imitating types of Cn Cornelius Lentulus. Bearded head right / Globe flanked by rudder on left and thunderbolt on right. Below, RAVIƧ. Freeman 4(this coin), dies 2/C; Davis Class B, Group II Pannonian, Eraviscan; cf. Crawford 393/1 for prototype

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