Identifying My Roman Coins

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VISUAL CATALOGUE: Study of the late roman bronze coins covering 246 types of reverses of the period A.D. 313 - 498 RIC VII - X ..Roman coins were so widely accepted that border areasumed that only coins that looked Roman could be valid. So when the barbaric areas needed additional coins they made their own. If you find a coin which appears Roman but has an impossible legend all .How to identify the Roman coins. The coins . From Augustus to Diocletian 27 BC-286 AD. It is very important that after you properly identify the issuer of the coin and you date it correctly, to identify the nominal of the coin..Identifying Common Late Roman Bronze Coins 2003 Scott Uhrick for Ancient Coins for Education, Inc. One of the most satisfying parts of working with ACE is going to a school where the students are well into cleaning their coins and helping the kids identify them..

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