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Contributor: Teresa Darling.

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Issuer:DIOCLETIAN, AD 284-305. AE Antoninianus
Obverse:IMP C VAL DIOCLETIANVS AVG., his radiated and cuirassed bust right
Reverse:IOVI CONSERVAT, Jupiter, naked, standing left holding thunderbolt and sceptre, SXXIT in exergue.
Reference:RIC 222 Ticinum; Sear 3516. Grade: aVF/VF.
Comments: For more information, read the "Diocletian" entry from De Imperatoribus Romanis.
For recent scholarship on Diocletian see TOCS-IN; for book reviews, see Bryn Mawr Classical Reviews.


Contributor: Teresa Darling.

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Issuer:DIOCLETIAN, AD 284-305. Antoninianus.
Obverse:IMP. C. C. VAL. DIOCLETIANVS P. F. AVG., His radiated, draped and cuirassed bust to the right.
Reverse:MARS VICTOR, Mars advancing right holding spear and trophy. VI XXIT in exergue.
Reference:RIC 239; Cohen 314. Grade: aU.
Comments:For more information, read the "Diocletian" entry from De Imperatoribus Romanis.
For recent scholarship on Diocletian see TOCS-IN; for book reviews, see Bryn Mawr Classical Reviews.

Contributor: Teresa Darling.

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Issuer:DIOCLETIAN, AD 284-305. Follis (26.10/27.29mm).
Obverse:IMP. DIOCLETIANVS P. F. AVG. His laureated head to the right.
Reverse:SACRA MONET AVGG ET CAESS. NOSTR. Moneta standing facing left holding cornucopia and scales. AQS in exergue.
Reference:RIC VI 29a Aquileia mint; Sear 3538 var. Grade: EF.
Comments: For more information, read the "Diocletian" entry from De Imperatoribus Romanis.
For recent scholarship on Diocletian see TOCS-IN; for book reviews, see Bryn Mawr Classical Reviews.


Contributor: Teresa Darling.

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Issuer:DIOCLETIAN, AD 284-305. AE Follis.
Obverse:IMP. C. DIOCLETIANVS P. F. AVG. His laureated head right.
Reverse:SALVIS AVGG ET CAESS. FELT. KART. Carthage standing left, holding fruits in both hands. In exergue A.
Reference:RIC VI 29a Carthage mint; Sear 3539. Grade: F/aVF.
Comments:For more information, read the "Diocletian" entry from De Imperatoribus Romanis.
For recent scholarship on Diocletian see TOCS-IN; for book reviews, see Bryn Mawr Classical Reviews.

Contributor: Teresa Darling.

detail
Issuer:DIOCLETIAN, AD 284-305. AE Follis (26/27mm).
Obverse:IMP. C. DIOCLETIANVS P. F. AVG. His laureated head to the right.
Reverse:GENIO POPVLI ROMANI, Genius of the Roman people, half naked, wearing modius, standing to the left holding cornucopia and patera. In field S B.
Reference:RIC VI 79a Siscia mint. Grade: aVF.
Comments: For more information, read the "Diocletian" entry from De Imperatoribus Romanis.
For recent scholarship on Diocletian see TOCS-IN; for book reviews, see Bryn Mawr Classical Reviews.


Contributor: Teresa Darling.

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Issuer:GALERIA VALERIA, daughter of Diocletian, 2nd wife of Galerius. Follis.
Obverse:GAL.VALERIA AVG. Her diademed and draped bust to the right.
Reverse:VENERI VICTRICI, Venus standing to the left holding an apple. Star in left field, G in right field. SM.SD. in exergue.
Reference:RIC VI 41 Serdica mint. Grade: F/AVF.
Comments:For more information, read the "Galeria Valeria" entry from De Imperatoribus Romanis.
For recent scholarship on Galeria Valeria see TOCS-IN; for book reviews, see Bryn Mawr Classical Reviews.

Contributor: Teresa Darling.

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Issuer:DIOCLETIAN, AD 284-305. Silvered Follis.
Obverse:IMP. C. C. VAL. DIOCLETIANVS P. F. AVG., his laureated head right.
Reverse:GENIO POPVLI ROMANI, Genius of the Roman people standing, facing left, wearing modius, holding patera and cornucopia. In exergue: SMNB.
Reference:RIC VI 29a Nicomedia mint. Grade: U.
Comments: For more information, read the "Diocletian" entry from De Imperatoribus Romanis.
For recent scholarship on Diocletian see TOCS-IN; for book reviews, see Bryn Mawr Classical Reviews.


Contributor: Teresa Darling.

detail

Issuer:DIOCLETIAN, AD 284-305. AE Follis (27.83/28.10mm).
Obverse:IMP. C. C. VAL. DIOCLETIANVS P. F. AVG. His laureated head to the right.
Reverse:GENIO POPVLI ROMANI, Genius of the Roman People, half naked, wearing modius and holding cornucopia and patera. K and G in exergue.
Reference:RIC VI 10 Cyzicus mint. Grade: U/chEF.
Comments:For more information, read the "Diocletian" entry from De Imperatoribus Romanis.
For recent scholarship on Diocletian see TOCS-IN; for book reviews, see Bryn Mawr Classical Reviews.

Contributor: Classical Numismatic Group, Inc.

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Issuer:DIOCLETIAN, AD 284-305. AV Aureus (5.22 gm). Struck 297 AD.
Obverse:DIOCLETIANVS AVGVSTVS, his laureate head right.
Reverse:CONSVL VI P P PRO COS, Diocletian standing left, holding globe and baton; SMAZ*.
Reference:RIC VI 13 Antioch mint. Grade: EF.
Comments: For more information, read the "Diocletian" entry from De Imperatoribus Romanis.
For recent scholarship on Diocletian see TOCS-IN; for book reviews, see Bryn Mawr Classical Reviews.

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