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Vespasian, AR Denarius, Priestly implements reverse

AR; 19mm/2.9gm     Struck ca. 70-72 AD

Con/ Struck off-center on the obverse, otherwise, Good Fine with mint luster

Obv/ IMP CAES VE[SP AVG P M]; laureate head right

Rev/ AVGVR above, TRI POT below; four priestly implements: simpulum, aspergillum, jug and lituus.

Mint of Rome

Ref/ RIC Vol II, 30

Seller's Note/ As noted in the P M (Pontif Maxim) legend, Vespasian was serving as the head of the 15 priests who directed the Roman religion. As Augur, he was the chief official who observed natural signs, especially the behavior of birds, interpreting these as an indication of divine approval or disapproval of a proposed action.

Important issue and extremely low priced!

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