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112-114 AD., Trajan, Rome mint, Dupondius, RIC 623a.

Trajan, Rome mint, 112-114 AD.,
Dupondius (ø 26-27 mm / 13,85 g), probably brass ("orichalcum"), axes coin alignment ↑↓ (ca. 180°),
Obv.: IMP C[AES NERVAE TR]AIANO AVG GER DAC P M TR P COS VI P P , his radiate, draped bust facing right.
Rev.: DACIA A-[V]-GVS[T] / PROVINCIA / S C , Dacia, draped, seated left on a rock, holding aquila, small child on knee holding grain ears, small child seated before on rock holding grapes.
RIC II, p. 288, no. 623a (scarce) ; Coh. 127 ; BMC 990 .

This coin commemorates Roman emperor Trajan's victory in the Dacian Wars.

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