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Maker(s):

Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus; moneyer
Gnaeus Calpurnius Piso Frugi; moneyer
Rome; place of use

Collection:

Lewis Collection

Category:

coin

Name(s):

Roman Republic; Series
denarius; denomination

Date:

49 B.C.

Production
Place (legacy):

Rome, place of use, state

Production
Note:

mint moving with Pompey

Technique:

struck

Material:

silver

Dimension(s):

image(height), 17, mm
image(width), 17, mm
weight, 3.97, g
die axis, 180, degrees

Acquisition:

loan; 1991; Lewis, S. S.

Provenance:

Bequeathed to Corpus by the Revd. Samuel Savage Lewis, 1891.

Inscription(s):

design; obverse; Bearded head of Numa r., wearing diadem inscribed NUMA; behind, CN.PISO.PRO.Q
design; reverse; Prow r.; above, MSGN; below, PRO.COS

Alternative
Number(s):

RRC; 446/1
ordering; RR-2601

Accession:

Object Number: CM.LS.3133-R
(Coins and Medals)
(record id: 115963; input: 2004-11-30; modified: 2010-04-13)

Permanent
Identifier:

http://data.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/id/object/115963



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