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    Önemli Roma İmparatorları Sikkeleri

    Pompeius sikkeleri


    For Pompeius in Spain
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    Pompeius Magnus (denarius by his son Sextus, 42 BC)




    Pompeius' portrait on a coin by Q. Nasidius 42 BC
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    A "pseudo"-republican As of Sextus Pompeius with Janus having the facial features of Pompeius Magnus


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    Caesar



    Julius Caesar's military coinage:
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    Caesar in Gallia, 49 BC




    Vercingetorix, chief in Gallia on a Roman denarius,
    note the celtic warrior on the reverse, naked, only protected by a shield

    Vercingetorix on a gold stater from Gallia, hellenistic style
    Egypt

    Cleopatra VII, queen of Egypt on an Egyptian coin, lover of Caesar, mother of Caesar's son Caesarion


    Cleopatra VII from Orthosia in Phoenicia
    Julius Caesar as undisputed master of Rome (44 BC)
    He seems to have been the first to place his own portrait on coins (while still alive, which he wasn't less than two months later). The debate how many of his coins were actually struck after his murder is ongoing.
    during his life in Feb/March 44 BC (?)
    postumous



    Brutus and others seem to have quickly taken over the new fashion....
    Brutus Denarius (Eid Mar), on the murder of Julius Caesar , with the cap of liberty and the two daggers. From an eastern mint travelling with Brutus and Cassius

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    Caesar's Murderers

    Cassius
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    Brutus, murderer of Julius Caesar (43-42 BC)
    Brutus Denarius (Eid Mar), on the murder of Julius Caesar , with the cap of liberty and the two daggers. From an eastern mint travelling with Brutus and Cassius



    Other Brutus Denari (Eid Mar), on the murder of Julius Caesar
    The two known Aurei with this design:

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    Aureus with M Junius Brutus and his ancestor L Brutus Primus Consul
    Sextus Pompeius, on the reverse his dead father Pompeius Magnus and his dead brother Pompeius Junior (42 BC)
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    The light house of Messina and Scylla guarding the Sicilia (keeping Octavian away), 38 BC

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    To the left denarius of Cassius, murderer of Caesar, and middle and right Sextus Pompeius, son of Pompeius Magnus Q Labenius Parthicus Imperator, 40 BC
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    Caesar's Party



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    a postumous portrait of Julius Caesar

    Left: Divus Caesar & Marcus Antonius, on a coin minted in Gallia shortly after Caesar's murder (April 44BC)
    Right: an early Portrait denarius of Marcus Antonius Nov 44 BC

    The second Triumvirate, Marcus Antonius, Octavianus, and Lepidus:
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    Lepidus
    Marcus Antonius & Octavianus (triumvirate coins 41 BC)
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    Marcus and Lucius Antonius (his brother), 41 BC
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    Lepidus and Octavianus, 41 BC

    CN Domitius Ahenobarbus, 41 BC, a general changing the sides a few times....

    Marcus Antonius and CN Domitius Ahenobarbus, summer 40 BC
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    Octavian for Caesar, the god, and his general Agrippa, the later victor of Actium, 38 BC, Gallia.
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    Many years later during the Principate Octavianus Augustus shows again his uncle and adoptive father, the Divus Julius

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    Actium


    Marc Antony in Armenia: Armenia Devicta


    Marcus Antonius & Cleopatra celebrating their union as well as Mary Antony's "doubtful" victories in Armenia

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    Marc Antony before the Battle of Actium: The Legionary Denari





    Military units of Marcus Antonius, minted before the battle of Actium 32 BC, see also the legionary coin section

    Octavian celebrating his Victory at the Battle of Actium

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    As of Nemausus, showing the defeated Egypt (the nile crocodile chained to a palm tree), and the two victors of Actium, Octavianus Augustus and Agrippa
    Aegypto Capta denarius of Octavianus Augustus

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