RIC I (second edition) Augustus 469

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As of Augustus
Collection
Harvard Art Museums
Axis
1
Weight
10.37
Münze, As, 10 - 11 n. Chr.
Collection
Münzkabinett der Universität Göttingen
Axis
11
Diameter
27.45
Weight
10.219
Münze, As, 10 - 11 n. Chr.
Collection
Münzkabinett der Universität Göttingen
Axis
7
Diameter
27.16
Weight
10.748
Tiberius 10-11 n. Chr.
Collection
Münzkabinett Berlin
Axis
11
Diameter
29
Weight
10.10
Tiberius 10-11 n. Chr.
Collection
Münzkabinett Berlin
Axis
2
Diameter
28
Weight
11.08
Tiberius 10-11 n. Chr.
Collection
Münzkabinett Berlin
Axis
6
Diameter
28
Weight
11.36
Tiberius 10-11 n. Chr.
Collection
Münzkabinett Berlin
Axis
6
Diameter
29
Weight
10.35
British Museum: R.6252
Collection
British Museum
Axis
12
Weight
10.67
British Museum: R.6254
Collection
British Museum
Axis
6
Weight
10.62
British Museum: R.6253
Collection
British Museum
Axis
6
Weight
10.7
Tiberius 10-11 n. Chr.
Collection
The Digital Coin Cabinet of Kiel University
Axis
6
Diameter
27
Weight
10.10
Tiberius 10-11 n. Chr.
Collection
The Digital Coin Cabinet of Kiel University
Axis
7
Diameter
27
Weight
6.67

Quantitative Analysis

Average measurements for this coin type:

Axis
7.15
Diameter
27.84
Weight
10.29

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