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Römische Kaiserzeit, Marcus Aurelius, Aureus 161-162, f.vz/ss+: Marcus Aurelius 161-180. Aureus 20 mm 161-162 Rom. Drapierte und… #coins

Römische Kaiserzeit, Marcus Aurelius, Aureus 161-162, f.vz/ss+: Marcus Aurelius 161-180. Aureus 20 mm 161-162 Rom. Drapierte und… #coins

25. Elagabalus (218-222)   This fellow appears to have been a complete wacko!  Highly eccentric and decadent, some historians believe he may have been clinically insane.  He was only 14 when he began his reign, and we know the affect of absolute power.  He was murdered, based on a plot hatched by his grandmother, Julia.

25. Elagabalus (218-222) This fellow appears to have been a complete wacko! Highly eccentric and decadent, some historians believe he may have been clinically insane. He was only 14 when he began his reign, and we know the affect of absolute power. He was murdered, based on a plot hatched by his grandmother, Julia.

Five-aureus coin from 287, Maximian and Diocletian, from Rome, now in Berlin.

Five-aureus coin from 287, Maximian and Diocletian, from Rome, now in Berlin.

Roman aureus struck under Trajan, c. 115. The reverse commemorates both Trajan's natural father, Marcus Ulpius Traianus (right) and his adoptive father, the Deified Nerva (left).

Roman aureus struck under Trajan, c. 115. The reverse commemorates both Trajan's natural father, Marcus Ulpius Traianus (right) and his adoptive father, the Deified Nerva (left).

Roman Imperial. Augustus 27 B.C.-14 A.D. Aureus 8.20g Medusa or Gorgon head with triskeles

Roman Imperial. Augustus 27 B.C.-14 A.D. Aureus 8.20g Medusa or Gorgon head with triskeles

1. Augustus (16 BCE - 14 CE) Emperor number 1.  Probably a very great man, somewhat over-manipulated by his ambitious wife, Livia.  He was called Octavius during the reign of Julius Caesar and the triumvirate with Marc Antony and Lepidus.

1. Augustus (16 BCE - 14 CE) Emperor number 1. Probably a very great man, somewhat over-manipulated by his ambitious wife, Livia. He was called Octavius during the reign of Julius Caesar and the triumvirate with Marc Antony and Lepidus.

Hadrian ad 117-138, gold aureus, Rome mint ad 136, from the famous 'travel series' documenting Emperor Hadrian's visit to Egypt.

Hadrian ad 117-138, gold aureus, Rome mint ad 136, from the famous 'travel series' documenting Emperor Hadrian's visit to Egypt.

Want to go to Rome today? Simply pick up this Roman coin from the Maitre'd and put it in the coin slot in the dash of your choosen vehicle. (Yes, I used a little magic LOL) The car will portkey with you directly to your locaction)

Want to go to Rome today? Simply pick up this Roman coin from the Maitre'd and put it in the coin slot in the dash of your choosen vehicle. (Yes, I used a little magic LOL) The car will portkey with you directly to your locaction)

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