Taynton Metal Detecting Club
The Gannets

Roman Coins 1st Century  and earlier

Elephant walking right, trampling serpent.
Caesar in exergue

Sear 1399
Denarius of Julius Caesar - 49BC  
J.Feenan - Newent  
One of the earliest coins found by our club.

Roman Republican Denarius of Marcus Baebius 137 BC.
Hemeted bust of Roma facing left.
Rev: Apollo facing right in a quadriga holding a bow and arrow.
ROMA with M BAEBI QF below.

Huntley
Nero silver Denarius.
Rear: IVPPITER CVSTOS. Jupiter holding thunderbolt and sceptre.
67 to 68. Rome mint.

Dymock.
Trajan silver Denarius.
Rear: Abundantia with a child representing abundance and plenty.
98 to 117.

Newent.
Domitian silver Denarius.
Rear: COS V. She wolf suckling Romulus and Remus. Boat in exergue.
77 to 78. Rome mint.

Tibberton.
Republican denarius of M. Sergius Silus, struck at Rome, 116-115 BC


J.Feenan - Huntley

 

Republican Denarius of Mark Antony (Legionary coinage)
32 BC - 31 BC.
Face: ANT AVG (Antony Augustus), Roman War Ship
Rear: Roman Legionary Eagle between two Standards
These coins were issued by Mark Antony in order to pay the legions at the Battle of Actium in 31 BC.
Newent.
Republican Denarius of Titus Carisius
46 BC.
Diameter 18mm
Face: Bust of Juno Moneta
Rear: Winged bust of Victory
A brockage ie: stamped on top of previous coin in error.
Newent.
Republican Denarius of Annius
82 BC to 81 BC.

Newent.
Denarius of Julius Ceasar.
47 BC - 46 BC.

Tibberton.
Silver denarius of M Cipius 115-114 BC Silver denarius of Vespasian - AD 80
Burford - Geoff B Huntley - Geoff B