Crawford 222/1, Anonym (Axius?) Denar, 143, Rom

munzen antike vor j bi nach romische crawford 222 1 anonym axius denar 143 rom
munzen antike vor j bi nach romische crawford 222 1 anonym axius denar 143 rom
munzen antike vor j bi nach romische crawford 222 1 anonym axius denar 143 rom

Anonym (Axivs?), Denar

Rome 143 BC

Avers: ROMA with winged helmet, behind X

Revers:  DIANA with Quiver over her shoulder and torch in right hand holding rein from stag biga

Maybe attributable to a gens Axia. In any case an anonymous emission was surprising during this time.

Crawford 222/1, Sear 98, Albert 876

23 nov 2019

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Centaur - Existe 2 Mese atrás

Thanks Joss, yes i know about this dispute. I followed again Albert here but you could be right, if the gens Axia did not exist at the time of 222/1 and the moneyer of Cr. 400/1 is not a later decendant of the Axius gens. Albert mentioned also that Crawford denies the Axius theory. Unfortunately we will never know for sure most likely.

Joss - Existe 2 Mese atrás

Nice one. Crawford says that it wasn't minted by a Axius Naso because this coin is much older than the other one with a biga of stags (RRC 400/1, 71 BC). I suppose the gens Axia were made Roman citizens after the Social War.

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