12½ silver denarii. The silver denarius was the main coin of value in general use. The low value coinage of sestertii, dupondii, and asses was struck variously in bronze, orichalcum. 2 sestertii or 8 copper asses.
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These debasements of the third century reflect, to some extent, the state of the empire itself. These relationships are known today as the Augustan monetary system, because the settled tariffs for the various denominations were arrived at under Augustus, the first emperor, 27BC- AD Finally, we provide a list of Republican Moneyers to which we will soon add illustrations. By AD47 the area south and east of the Fosse Way, which runs from Axminster to Lincoln, was firmly under Roman control, but this was probably not a deliberately chosen frontier. Although nominally valued at two denarii, the antoninianus never contained more than 1. The use of barbarous radiates in Britain probably continued until c. The main focus of the imagery during the empire was on the portrait of the emperor. The main focus of the imagery during the empire was on the portrait of the emperor. By decreasing the amount of silver in its coins, Rome could produce more coins and "stretch" its budget. Debasement[ edit ] British roman coins rapid decline in silver purity of the antoninianus The type of coins issued changed under the coinage reform of Diocletianthe heavily debased antoninianus double denarius was replaced with british roman coins variety of new british roman coins, and a new range of imagery was introduced that attempted to convey different ideas. It marked the geographical border of the lowlands and, although the Fosse Way was fortified, there were forts to the north and west of it, too. Numismatically his reign is interesting in that he briefly reopened the London mint, where he struck solidi and siliquae.
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