Vitrina 125
Most Iberian coins are late emissions and were minted during the second and the first centuries B. C. Many of them have a male portrait of uncertain meaning on the obverse, and a rider with the name of the city that coined the piece, on the reverse.
During the late Empire coins minted in Rome were used in most of the territory. Usually, on the obverse they represent the Emperor surrounded by a legend with his titles and on the reverse, some deity with specific attributes.
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