RIC II, Part 3 (second edition) Hadrian 1438-1439

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RIC II, Part 3 (second edition) Hadrian 1438
  • Legend: HADRIANVS AVG COS III P P
  • Type: Bust of Hadrian, draped, left, viewed from rear or side
  • Portrait: Hadrian
    • Type: Nilus reclining right, holding reed and cornucopia; in water below, crocodile and hippo in reeds
    • Deity: Nilus
    RIC II, Part 3 (second edition) Hadrian 1439
    • Legend: HADRIANVS AVG COS III P P
    • Type: Bust of Hadrian, draped and cuirassed, right, viewed from rear or side
    • Portrait: Hadrian
      • Type: Nilus reclining right, holding reed and cornucopia; in water below, crocodile and hippo in reeds
      • Deity: Nilus

      object: 1

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      British Museum: R.12150
      Collection
      British Museum
      Axis
      12
      Weight
      7.100

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      Axis
      12
      Weight
      7.1

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