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Silver denarii

Denarii were the standard silver coins of the first and second centuries AD.
25 denarii made 1 golden aureus and one denarius was worth 4 sestertii
A typical denarius measures approximately 18 mm in diameter.

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Vitellius - January to December AD 69

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RC 375 - Vitellius (January to December 69 AD) - silver denarius


RC 375 - Vitellius (January to December 69 AD)
- silver denarius
obverse -VITELLIVS GERMANICVS [IMP]
reverse [CONCORDIA] - Concord (harmony) seated
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RC 3227 - Vitellius (January to December 69 AD) - silver denarius


RC 3227 - Vitellius (January to December 69 AD)
- silver denarius of May/June 69
obverse -VITELLIVS GERMAN IMP TR P
reverse LIBERTAS RESTITVTA - Liberty standing holding Cap of Liberty and staff.
The Pileus or Cap of Liberty was the red conical cap presented to freed slaves (presumably while their hair grew back).
In the late 18th century, it was the symbol adopted by the American and French Revolutionaries.

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