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Postumus - Moneta
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[ Separatist Empires: 260-274 A.D. ]
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Postumus - Minerva
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Gallic Empire - Aureolus
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Aureolus struck at Milan in the name of Postumus, with whom he had a pact. These are distinguished from P. by a compact die engraving, short and (sometimes) thick planchets. Additionally, the reverse inscriptions end with AEQVIT, EQVIT, or EQVITVM, a reference to his famed success as a cavalry commander under Gallienus. Also, frequently the officinae (mint) number will appear as 'P' (Prima), 'S' (Secunda), or 'T' (Tertiae). See Gallienus [ [ link ] ] for a coin invoking the protection of Diane against the revolt of Aureolus.
For a brief History of the Gallic Empire in the Moneta Library, by Percy Webb: VIEW & DOWNLOAD:
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You can read or print an excellent article on the history of the Gallic Empire at:
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