Note: RIC cites Cohen 733, p. 326; and illustrates the coin (plate II, 3) yet describes it as cuirassed,
and omits the mention of aegis.


6th emission of Rome, 281 CE.

RIC 140 corr., Rome. Denomination: Aureus.

OBV.: IMP PROBVS P F AVG

Laureate, heroically nude bust left, seen from back, with spear and aegis.

REV.: VICT PROBI AVG

Roma seated left, holding sceptre, presenting Victory to Emperor standing right, behind him soldier standing right, holding ensign; in background, ensign.

Mintmark: // wreath

Weight: 6.06 g.
Die axis: 12h.

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