The reverse type commemorates the fact that Hadrian made Aelius governor of Pannonia.
L. Ceionius Commodus, was adopted by Hadrian, A.D. 136, when he took the name of L. Aelius Verus Caesar. He died of tuberculosis the 1st of january, 138. His son Lucius Verus, was a colleague of Antoninus Pius in the empire.
Bearded, draped and cuirassed bust right, head bare
Pannonia towered, standing facing, head left, holding vessillum upright on ground in right hand and with left gathering up dress at left side
TR POT COS II SC, PANNO-NIA across fields
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