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88/607-3 Coin (1 of 4), Quinarius, Allectus (293-296), copper alloy, minted at Camulodunum Mint, Roman Britain, 293-296. Click to enlarge.

Roman Britsh Quinarius coin

Made 293-296
Coin, Romano-British Empire, Allectus (AD 293-296). Quinarius, Camulodunum mint, copper alloy. Obverse: radiate cuirassed bust right; reverse: galley with three rowers to left (RIC 128).

Summary

Object No.

88/607-3

Object Statement

Coin (1 of 4), Quinarius, Allectus (293-296), copper alloy, minted at Camulodunum Mint, Roman Britain, 293-296

Physical Description

Coin, Romano-British Empire, Allectus (AD 293-296). Quinarius, Camulodunum mint, copper alloy. Obverse: radiate cuirassed bust right; reverse: galley with three rowers to left (RIC 128).

Production

Made

293-296

Notes

Minted at Camulodunum Mint (now Colchester, Essex)

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Harvard

Roman Britsh Quinarius coin 2020, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 4 June 2020, <https://ma.as/86317>

Wikipedia

{{cite web |url=https://ma.as/86317 |title=Roman Britsh Quinarius coin |author=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences |access-date=4 June 2020 |publisher=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Australia}}

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