Roman Empire. Herennia Etruscilla (Augusta, AD 249-251). Silver Antoninianus, under Trajan Decius. Rome, 251 A.D. FECVNDITAS AVG Fecunditas standing extending her hand to child

Description
Roman Empire. Herennia Etruscilla (Augusta, AD 249-251). Silver Antoninianus, under Trajan Decius. Rome, 251 A.D. FECVNDITAS AVG Fecunditas standing extending her hand to child
gVF.

Roman Empire - Herennia Etruscilla, Augusta (249-251 A.D), silver antoninanus (4.10 g. 23 mm.). Struck under Trajan Decius, Rome, early 251 A.D.

HER ETRVSCILLA AVG Diademed and draped bust of Herennia Etruscilla set on crescent to right.

FECVNDITAS AVG Fecunditas standing facing, with her head turned to left, holding cornucopia in her left hand and extending her right to child, standing front, head to right and with hands raised towards her.

Cohen 8. RIC 55b.

GVF.

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Lot details
Culture/region
Roman Empire
Ruler/era
Herennia Etruscilla (Augusta, AD 249-251)
Metal
Silver
Denomination
Antoninianus
Year/Period and Variation
under Trajan Decius. Rome, 251 A.D. FECVNDITAS AVG Fecunditas standing extending her hand to child
Condition
gVF.
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