Deity: Minerva
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Date
43 B.C. - 42 B.C.
Denomination
Denarius, Denarius
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
Head of Hercules right, bearded and wearing laureate diadem. Border of dots.
Reverse
C·VIBIVS VARVS: Minerva standing right, holding Victory in left hand and spear in right hand; behind, shield. Border of dots.
Reference
RRC 494/37
Provenance
2012: Purchased from the University of Virginia Art Museum
1989: Acquired from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau, 1989, by the University of Virginia Art Museum for extended loan: 1989.EL.14.49.
1946: Ex: Hermann Mosberg Collection. Appraised by Munzen und Medallen, Basel, Switzerland.
1933: Haeberlin Auction, lot 1333.
Date
68 B.C. - 67 B.C.
Denomination
Denarius, Denarius
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
CESTIANVS S·C: Bust right, draped and with attributes of Isis, Minerva, Apollo, Diana and Victory; before, cornucopia. Bead and reel border.
Reverse
M·PLAETORIVS·M·F·AED·CVR: Eagle on thunderbolt; around, inscription. Bead and reel border.
Reference
RRC 409/1
Provenance
2012: Purchased from the University of Virginia Art Museum
1989: Acquired from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau, 1989, by the University of Virginia Art Museum for extended loan: 1989.EL.14.47.
1946: Ex: Hermann Mosberg Collection. Appraised by Munzen und Medallen, Basel, Switzerland.
1933: Haeberlin Auction, lot 1333.
Date
85 B.C. - 84 B.C.
Denomination
Denarius, Denarius
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
Bust of Apollo seen from behind, with head turned to left and with thunderbolt in right hand. Border of dots.
Reverse
C·LICINIVS·L·F / MACER: Minerva in quadriga right, holding shield and reins in left hand and spear in right hand. Border of dots.
Reference
RRC 354/1
Provenance
2012: Purchased from the University of Virginia Art Museum
1989: Acquired from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau, 1989, by the University of Virginia Art Museum for extended loan: 1989.EL.14.47.
1946: Ex: Hermann Mosberg Collection. Appraised by Munzen und Medallen, Basel, Switzerland.
1933: Haeberlin Auction, lot 1333.
Date
A.D. 95 - A.D. 96
Denomination
Aureus, Aureus
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
DOMITIANVS AVGVSTVS: Head of Domitian, bare, right
Reverse
GERMANICVS COS XVII: Minerva standing right on top of rostral column, holding spear and shield; owl right
Diameter
20.0
Weight
7.6
Reference
RIC II, Part 1 (second edition) Domitian 776
Provenance
1996: Acquired from Rare Coins & Classical Arts Ltd., 1996.
1984: Ex: Johns Hopkins University, Garrett Collection, from the auction by NFA/Leu in 1984. Acquired by T. Harrison Garret, 19th Century.
Date
A.D. 81
Denomination
As, As
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
IMP CAES DIVI VESP F DOMITIAN AVG P M: Head of Domitian, laureate, right
Reverse
TR P COS VII DES VIII P P S C: Minerva, helmeted, draped, with aegis down back, advancing right, brandishing spear in right hand and holding round shield on left
Diameter
26.0
Weight
10.94
Reference
RIC II, Part 1 (second edition) Domitian 87
Provenance
1994: Acquired from Rare Coins & Classical Arts Ltd., 1994.
Date
A.D. 259
Denomination
Antoninianus, Antoninianus
Mint
Mediolanum, Mediolanum
Obverse
IMP GALLIENVS AVG: Head of Gallienus, radiate, right
Reverse
P M TR P VII COS: Minerva, helmeted, draped, seated left, holding Victory in right hand and spear in left hand
Diameter
20.0
Weight
2.68
Reference
RIC V Gallienus 453k: Subtype 1
Provenance
1991: Three hundred and two coins were acquired in 1991 from a cross section of 1,025 coins belonging to the Worldwide Treasure Bureau.
1983:
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