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AR Denarius. Rome mint; Publius Sepullius Macer, moneyer.
Wreathed and veiled head right; CAESAR DICT PERPETVO around
Venus Victrix standing left, holding crowning Victory and scepter; to lower right, round shield set on ground; [P · SEPVLLIVS] MACER around.
Crawford 480/10; Alföldi Type VIII, 24-6 (A12/R3); CRI 107a; Sydenham 1073; Kestner -; BMCRR Rome 4169-71; RSC 38.
Enlarged from the original owned by G. N. Olcott. Silver coin bearing the head of Julius Caesar. This coin, a denarius, worth about seventeen cents, represents Caesar as Pontifex Maximus. Together with all the other Roman coins bearing Caesar's image, it was struck in the year before his death—44-45 B.C. The fact that Caesar placed his image on these coins may have strengthened the suspicion of his enemies that he wished to make himself king.
Date 1911(1911)
Source G. Ferrero, The Women of the Caesars, New York, 1911.
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