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Hadrian AE Sestertius Roman Empire 132-134 AD Bronze Coin Justitia on Reverse Museum Reproduction CBRS0014

39,00 

This Rare AE Bronze Roman Empire Sestertius depicts Hadrian. It has been minted in Rome in 132-134 A.D. It is referenced in RIC 710j, Cohen 887.

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Justitia, or Iustitia, was the roman goddess of justice. She is often referred to in modern times as Lady Justice. Justitia has become a symbol of Justice in western culture. She is usually depicted holding a sword and scales. She is also often depicted with a blindfold, meant to symbolize a lack of prejudice demanded by justice, that justice is blind — though the blindfold is attributed to Fortuna, the goddess of luck, in Roman mythology.

DESIGN:
Obverse side
Bareheaded and draped bust of Hadrian left
Legend:
HADRIANVS AVGVSTVS

Reverse side
Justitia seated left, holding patera and scepter
Legend:
IVSTITIA AVG COS III P P, S C in exergue

A perfect choice for Numismatists, Historians, Military Veterans, Collectors.

Weight 27,73 g
Dimensions 33,8 mm

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