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Trajan AE Sestertius Roman Empire 100 AD Copper Coin Museum Reproduction CBRS0089

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Æ Copper Roman Empire Sestertius Trajan, Rome mint, struck 100 A.D. References: Woytek 76; RIC 413.

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Marcus Ulpius Traianus, a brilliant general and administrator, was adopted and proclaimed emperor by the aging Nerva in 98 A.D. Regarded as one of Rome’s greatest emperors, Trajan was responsible for the annexation of Dacia, the invasion of Arabia and an extensive and lavish building program across the empire. Under Trajan, Rome reached its greatest extent. Shortly after the annexation of Mesopotamia and Armenia, Trajan was forced to withdraw from most of the new Arabian provinces. While returning to Rome to direct operations against the new threats, Trajan died at Selinus in Cilicia.

DESIGN:
Obverse side
Laureate head of Trajan right
Legend:
IMP CAES NERVA TRAIAN AVG GERM P M

Reverse side
Pax seated left on throne, feet on footstool, holding olive branch in outstretched right hand and cradling long sceptre in left arm
Legend:
TR POT COS II P P; S C in ex

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

Weight 24,18 g
Dimensions 32,5 mm

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