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Octavian (Augustus) Extremely Rare AR Roman Imperatorial Denarius 31-29 BC Last Denarius of Roman Republic Museum Reproduction CSRD0036

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Silver Roman Imperatorial Denarius (19.9mm, 3.15g.) Octavian (Augustus), Cyrenaica mint, struck 31-29 B.C. by provincial governor L Pinarius Scarpus. References: RIC 534, RSC 500, Syd 1282, Cr546/6.

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According to Crawford, this coin represents the last denarius of the Roman Republic. L. Pinarius Scarpus commanded four legions for Marc Antony in Cyrenaica against Octavian’s African army, which was under the command of Cornelius Gallus. After learning of Antony’s defeat at Actium, Scarpus changed his allegiance to Octavian. This issue was struck shortly after the battle of Actium, the open hand signalizing a gesture of friendship toward Octavian.

DESIGN:
Obverse side
Open hand right
Legend:
IMP CAESARI SCARPVS IMP

Reverse side
Victory standing on globe r., holding wreath tied with fillet and palm branch over l. shoulder
Legend:
DIVI·F AVG·PONT

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

Weight 3,15 g
Dimensions 19,9 mm

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