Denarius - Sydenham 1148 - Crawford 486/1

Sydenham dates the minting of this coin to c. 37 B.C.E. He identifies the obverse portrait as Acca Larentia, though Crawford identifies her as Diana Nemorensis. Sydenham identifies the reverse statues as the Nymphae Querquetulanae (Crawford identifies them as triple cult statues of Diana Nemorensis: Diana, Hecate, and Selene), and states that they are supporting five trees on a beam - an image which Crawford characterizes rather as a cypress grove standing behind the figures.
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