Roman Coin Values Under Augustus

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published on 25 November 2013

An illustration of the various Roman coin values at the time of Augustus. (Palazzo Massimo, Rome).


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Mark Cartwright
Mark holds an M.A. in Greek philosophy and his special interests include the Minoans, the ancient Americas, and world mythology. He loves visiting and reading about historic sites and transforming that experience into free articles accessible to all.

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