Trajan AE sestertius - VIA TRAIANA - Rare

Ancient Coins - Trajan AE sestertius - VIA TRAIANA - Rare
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Trajan. AD 98-117. Æ Sestertius (32mm, 23.81 g.)
Rome mint, struck circa AD 112-114.
Obv. Laureate and draped bust right.
Rev. The Via Traiana reclining left on rock outcropping, head right, holding wheel, in two lines in exergue, VIA TRAIANA  SC.
RIC II 637
Nice VF+,
Reddish-brown patina.
Rare historical type.
                                                        
The Via Traiana, constructed at Trajan's own expense between AD 109 and AD 113, replaced the Via Appia as the usual route between Brindisium to Beneventum and served as an important link between Rome and the East. 
 
Price SKU: 00602
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