Denarius of the Roman emperor Vespasian (69-79)

On the obverse the head of the deceased ruler is depicted in profile turned to the right, with a laurel wreath. The text flows around: DIVVS AVGVSTVS VESPASIANVS. On the reverse a shield is depicted and the abbreviation S C, and on the right and left one ibex, with his back turned. Coin of Emperor Vespasian from the 1st century AD was found on the site of Crkvina, in Konarevo, and is one of the oldest Roman coins found on the territory of Kraljevo.

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