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9-14 AD., Tiberius Caesar, Lugdunum mint, As, RIC 245.

Augustus for Tiberius Caesar, Lugdunum (Lyon) mint, 9-14 AD.,
Æ As (26-27 mm / 8,26 g),
Obv.: T[I CAE]SAR AVGVST - F IMPERAT VII , laureate head of Tiberius facing right.
Rev.: ROM ET [AVG] , front elevation of the Roma-Augustus-Altar of Lugdunum, decorated with the corona civica between laurels, flanked by nude male figures; to left and right, Victories on columns, facing one another; D-shaped punchmark on left column.
RIC I, 245 (common) ; BMC 585 ; AMC 393 ; Sear 464 .

The reverse of this coin features the celebrated Altar of Lugdunum which had been dedicated by Augustus on August 1st, 10 BC.
Each year on the 1st of August the 60 civitates of the three Gauls met at this altar for festivities and to affirm their loyalty to the Empire. The altar had been erected 12 BC. by Drusus.

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