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  • AE of Carthago Nova, Spain. C. Helvius Pollo, under Nero, for Tiberius
    Size:  20x17mm  Weight:  5.29 grams
    Obverse:  C HELVI POLL PR TI NERONE QV, bare head of Tiberius (?) right.
    Reverse:  HIBERO PRAEF, sacrificial implements: simpulum, securis, aspergillum and apex.

    RPC 166.

    Thanks to Dane Kurth ( for the identification of this coin

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  • Tiberius 14-37AD         
    Size: 25mm   Weight: 13.6 grams. 
    Obverse: TI CAESAR AVG PONT MAX IMP, Laureate head of Tiberius left.
    Reverse: COL AVGVSTA EMERITA, Camp gateway.
    Reference: RPC I, 43.

    Note: Emerita was founded in 25 B.C. with the name of Emerita Augusta (the name Mérida is an evolution of this) by order of Emperor Augustus, to protect a pass and a bridge over the Guadiana river. Two veteran legions were the former settlers: V Alaudae and X Gémina. The city became the capital of Lusitania province, and one of the most important cities in the Roman empire.

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