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N21264-2 Coin (1 of 4), Tetradrachm, Aurelian / Vaballathus (270-275) / (270-272), billon, minted at Alexandria mint, Egypt, Roman Empire, 270-271. Click to enlarge.

Roman Tetradrachm coin

Made
Coin, Greek Imperial, Roman Egypt, Aurelian (AD 270-271), Tetradrachm, Alexandria mint, billon. Obverse: Aurelian; Reverse: Vaballathus.

Summary

Object No.

N21264-2

Object Statement

Coin (1 of 4), Tetradrachm, Aurelian / Vaballathus (270-275) / (270-272), billon, minted at Alexandria mint, Egypt, Roman Empire, 270-271

Physical Description

Coin, Greek Imperial, Roman Egypt, Aurelian (AD 270-271), Tetradrachm, Alexandria mint, billon. Obverse: Aurelian; Reverse: Vaballathus.

Production

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Harvard

Roman Tetradrachm coin 2020, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 30 September 2020, <https://ma.as/304612>

Wikipedia

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