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Augustus, Copper As struck under Tiberius, AD. 22 to 23. Obverse- Radiate head of Augustus left, with DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER around. Reverse : Altar with doors closed, with PROVIDENT below, and S C in the fields. RIC I, page 99, #81. Sear-1789. 26.4 x 27.0 mm Weight : 10.42 grams, Rome mint. This type was struck by Tiberius to commemorate Augustus.

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