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Mark Antony’s Fleet Coinage Roman Republic 37-38 BC Copper Coin Aged With Oxidized Green Patina Museum Reproduction CBRS0079

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Æ Copper Roman Republic Coinage Mark Antony’s ‘fleet coinage’, heavy series, Uncertain mint of Achaea, struck 37 B.C. under M Oppius Capito (moneyer of fleet bronze coinage with Mark Antony (q.v.) as propraetor and prefect of his fleet).

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Marc Antony wed Octavian’s sister Octavia in 40 BC. The marriage was arranged to cement a reconciliation between Rome’s three triumvirs following Octavian’s defeat of eight legions led by Antony’s brother Lucius (and largely funded by Antony’s wife Fulvia) against Rome. With the marriage came the treaty of Brundisium that divided Rome into Africa (Lepidus), the West (Octavian), and the East (Antony). Things were not to last, however. Four years later, Antony abandoned the pregnant Octavia and their two daughters and traveled east to Antioch and the border with Parthia. From there, he summoned Cleopatra, the mother of his twin boys to prepare for war against the Parthians. Following a series of military victories in the east that increased Antony and Cleopatra’s power and influence, Antony declared Cleopatra the Queen of Kings and Queen of Egypt. He also declared her son Caesarion as the legitimate son and heir of Julius Caesar. This led to an irreconcilable rift between Antony and Octavian, making military confrontation inevitable.

DESIGN:
Obverse side
Bust of Antony and Octavian at l., facing r.; bust of Octavia, r., facing l.
Legend:
M ANT COS DESIG ITER ET TER III VIR R P C

Reverse side
Ship under sail, right; triskeles
Legend:
M OPPIVS CAPITO PRO PR PREAF CLASS F C, Γ (below)

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

Weight 19,96 g
Dimensions 31,7 mm

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