RIC I (second edition) Augustus 206

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Augustus für Gaius und Lucius 2 v.–4 n. Chr.
Collection
Münzkabinett Wien
Axis
11
Diameter
21
Weight
7.88
Aureus with head of Augustus
Collection
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Diameter
21
Weight
7.88
Augustus 2 v.-4 n. Chr.?
Collection
Münzkabinett Berlin
Axis
12
Diameter
20
Weight
7.85
Augustus 2 v.-4 n. Chr.?
Collection
Münzkabinett Berlin
Axis
5
Diameter
19
Weight
7.88
Augustus 2 v.-4 n. Chr.?
Collection
Münzkabinett Berlin
Axis
6
Diameter
20
Weight
7.79
British Museum: 1864,1128.240
Collection
British Museum
Axis
11
Weight
7.79
British Museum: 1867,0101.610
Collection
British Museum
Axis
11
Weight
7.94
British Museum: 1985,0421.28
Collection
British Museum
Axis
12
Weight
7.8
British Museum: WT.1435
Collection
British Museum
Axis
12
Weight
7.84
British Museum: R.6006
Collection
British Museum
Axis
4
Weight
7.82
British Museum: IOC.1207
Collection
British Museum
Axis
4
Weight
7.71
British Museum: R.6007
Collection
British Museum
Axis
5
Weight
7.76

Quantitative Analysis

Average measurements for this coin type:

Axis
7.35
Diameter
20.14
Weight
7.79

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