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Roman Provincial currency was coinage minted within the Roman Empire by local civic rather than Imperial authorities. These coins were often continuations of the original currencies that existed prior to the arrival the Romans.
Such coins would include the circulation of Greek tetradrachm and drachms. The advantages of using the local currency was that it was easier for the local populace to understand the value of the coinage and also using their own language on coinage meant they could read the inscriptions. During times of civil war Romans struck denarii and other denominations in these provincial areas, of course there are exceptions to this.
The bronze centenionalis was introduced by Constans and Constantius II around 340 AD.
Our reproduction and replica Roman Provincial coins include Tetradrachm, Didrachm and Drachm.
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Tetradrachm of Mark Antony and Cleopatra
Obverse: Diademed and draped bust of Cleopatra right, her dress embroidered with pearls. Text aro..
Cistophoric Tetradrachm of Augustus - Capricorn
Obverse: Bare head of Augustus, facing right. Text below IMP CAESAR. Reverse: Capricorn righ..
Prutah of Pontius Pilate - Simpulum
Obverse: Greek letters IOYL[IA KAICAP]OC (Julia, the Emperor's mother), three bound heads of barl..
Didrachm of Claudius - Quadriga
Obverse: Laureate head of Claudius left. Text around TI CLAUD CAESAR AVG GERM P M TR P meaning Ti..
Drachm of Nero and Polemo II
Obverse: Laureate head of Nero, right. Text around ETOYC K. Reverse: Diademed head of Polemo..
Centenionalis of Magnentius
Obverse: Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust of Magnentius right. Text around D N MAGNENTIVS P F ..