Caracalla Ar. denarius (210 – 213 AD)


Caracalla Ar. denarius, ANTONINVS PIVS AVG BRIT, laur. hd. r., bearded, rev., VICTORIAE BRIT, Victory running r., holding trophy in both hands (Seaby, 629).

Date: 210-213 AD
Condition: Fine


SKU: EC-1276 Category: Tag:

Caracalla was the Roman Emperor from 198-217 AD. He was a member of the Severan Dynasty and co-ruled with his father until his death, when Caracalla proceeded to co-rule with his brother, Geta. Caracalla had his brother murdered in order that he should become sole emperor. His reign was troublesome, with great unrest and many invasions.

Weight 3.07 g


Roman Emperors

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