Coin Depicting Vesta

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Arienne King
by British Museum
published on 11 September 2020
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The reverse of a copper coin minted by Caligula (r. 37-41 CE) depicting the Roman goddess Vesta. Vesta is depicted seated on a throne, holding a libation bowl in one hand and a sceptre in the other. Made c. 37-38 CE. Rome. (British Museum)

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