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When Antoninus died, full of years and honour in a.d. There was no possible rival to Marcus Aurelius, son by adoption of Antoninus, husband of his daughter, Faustina the Younger, and already in the fifteenth year of the tribuni- cian power. 145-147, though it contains an occasional coin of later date (cp.
Occasionally, the shadow of sterner realities falls across the scene : for the most part, the coinage, like the reign it represents, is static, not dynamic, and draws its inspiration from the permanent aspects of a system that ran so smoothly that it hardly seemed to move.
None the less the new reign was more than a mere echo or repetition of that of Hadrian.
The first question was thus settled: there was to be no violent change of policy.
G A CATALOGUE OF THE ROMAN COINS IN THE BRITISH MUSEUM COINS OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE IN THE BRITISH MUSEUM VOLUME IV ANTONINUS PIUS TO COMMODUS WITH AN INTRODUCTION AND III PLATES ? THE MONETARY SYSTEM DENOMINATIONS, WEIGHTS, AND METALS No serious change in the monetary system is to be recorded in this period.
of Antoninus Pius at Stratonicea in Caria, at Mopsus in Cilicia, and at Seleucia in Syria, or of Marcus Aurelius and Commodus at Antioch. Vogt, Die alexandrinischen Miinzen, Stuttgart, 1924 ; J. Milne, Catalogue of Alexandrian Coins in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, 1933.
175 and as Augustus two years later, was a supporter of the dynasty, but not, for the moment, of his father.
His little son, Commodus, associated with him as Caesar in a.d.
But it was not so easy to set aside Commodus in favour of even so excellent a son-in-law as Pompeianus, second husband of Lucilla, and perhaps quite impossible to foresee how badly Commodus would develop.
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA | I DEPARTMENT OF ARCHAEOLOGY S ! ASSISTANT KEEPER IN THE DEPARTMENT OP COINS 131 - 1 70737 8- Mjtlat THE BRITISH MUSEUM PRINTED BY ORDER OP THE TRUSTEES LONDOl T-''-. The vassal kingdom of the Bosphorus continues to issue its coinage of gold and bronze : some of the difficult problems connected with it and its relation to coins of the Empire have been recently advanced towards solution in a notable paper .
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But the Antonine peace was now at an end, its holy calm shattered by the march of invading armies and the clash of steel. The Parthian War, after initial disasters, ended in dazzling triumph, but the Marcomannie and Sarmatian Wars that followed closely on it were another matter.
The coinage of the first year was dominated by the thoughts of ‘ concord ’ and ‘ divine providence ’. COS .1111, overlaps the shorter title, but occurs with only a very few reverses ; the form without TR .
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— VV^A-C'' PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN LETTERPRESS AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS, OXFORD, BY JOHN JOHNSON, PRINTER TO THE UNIVERSITY PLATES BY THE CHISWICK PRESS, LONDON A I A*CHAEOI • V, Nt W DELHI. Rare and sporadic issues of silver are still to be noted — e.g.