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Nero Claudius Caesar Drusus Germanicus, adoped son of Claudius in A.D.50. An unpopular emperor (A.D. 54-68) due to his excesses and vanity. Everyone has heard the story that Nero 'fiddled' while Rome burned; he was enthusiastic about art & music, but his instrument was the lyre, not the fiddle (which didn't exist then). It was also rumored that he had the fires set to clear out a section of slums upon which he wanted to start a building project.
OB: IMP NERO CAESAR AVG P MAX TR PPP; bare head r. (Nice portrait coin!); RX: S C; Victory flying left, holding shield inscribed "S.P.Q.R." (illegible here). 29 mm, 10.4 gm. S590/690; RIC605 type; VM32
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