Denarius - Sydenham 535 - Crawford 285/1

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Crawford notes uncertainty about the moneyer, Gnaeus Domitius. If he is the Consul of 96, there is a gap of half a generation between him and M. Silanus, another member of the same college of moneyers associated with this issue. Sydenham states this moneyer struck coins at two mints, one in northern Italy, the other in Cisalpine Gaul, as opposed to Crawford’s indication the coin was minted in Rome. He also describes the vehicle on...
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