X AR Denarius of Titus Carisius celebrating the Triumphs of Julius Caesar. 46 BC.

Ancient Coins - X AR Denarius of Titus Carisius celebrating the Triumphs of Julius Caesar. 46  BC.
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Roman Republic
Titus Carisius   46  BC
AR Denarius (3.61 gm)

Titus Carisius was one of Julius Caesar's Monetal Triumvirs. This coin is one of a series of Carisius' types connected with the triumphs of Julius Caesar and the traditions of his family. The symbols of power on the reverse are undoubtedly meant to refer to the vast power that Caesar had acquired by 46 BC.

Obv: Bust of Roma in crested helmet right, ROMA behind
Rev: Cornucopiae on globe between scepter and rudder, T CARIS below, all within laurel wreath.

Carisia 5 ; Sear I  #448
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