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Numismatists typically employ the term "provincial" to any Roman coin minted for use in the provinces. The reverse is often inscribed with Greek, rather than Latin characters, but this particular coin features a Latin inscription on the reverse, referencing the provincial town of Antioch. JC-30101-147 JC-30247

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Provincial Bronze Coin of Domitian: 69 - 96 A.D.

Estimate $3,242 - $5,500Jul 13