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Herennius Etruscus


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Not in the best of conditions, but I don't think that there's many of these around. Minted at Antioch, the obverse shows a decent protrait of this short lived roman emperor when he was Caesar (251 AD). He became Augustus shortly after, and shortly after that again he was killed along with his father Trajan Decius in battle with the Goths. Reverse shows eagle to right with laurel wreath in beak, SC below.

 

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