Roman coins were used to spread news among communities and countries ruled by Rome and usually portrays the ruling Emperor's portrait, occasionally with family members. Much of the information was on the reverse, accompanied by animals or mythological beasts. The animals were used to promote & tempt strength, courage, peace and so on, as requested by the ruling emperor. Buildings, including temples and military, were also depicted on some coins. Each ancient Roman coin is a hand cast double-sided exact reproduction and tells a very unique and fascinating story which gives actual insight to events of the period.
The Roman Occupation - This pack of Ancient Roman Coins contains a Dupondius of Hadrian, an Aureus of Claudius and an As of Claudius. The pack describes the Roman occupation and the cities and roads they built. Measurements when closed 9cm High X 15cm Wide. The Roman Occupation Coins 41-138 A.D.
Ancient Roman Coins pack comes with Free Postcard.