Obverse legend : CAESAR AVGVSTVS - DIVI F PATER PATRIAE.
Obverse description : Tête laurée d'Auguste à droite (O*).
Obverse translation : “Cæsar Augustus Divi Filius Pater Patriæ”, (César Auguste fils du divin Jules, père de la patrie).
Reverse legend : C. L. CAESARES À L'EXERGUE/ AVGVSTI F COS DESIG PRINC IVVENT.
Reverse description : Caius et Lucius Césars debout de face, vêtus de la toge, tenant chacun un bouclier rond et une haste ; entre eux, lituus à gauche, le simpulum à droite.
Reverse translation : "Caius et Lucius Cæsares/ Augusti filii consules designati Principes Iuventutis" (Caius et Lucius Césars, fils d'Auguste, consuls désignés, princes de la jeunesse).
AUGUSTE, and Lucius CAIUS
(2 BC - AD 4)
Caius and Lucius, born in 20 and 17 BC, were the children of Agrippa (12 BC +) and Julie, grandchildren, son of Augustus who had adopted the people Julia. Augustus oversaw their education and destined for the Empire. They received the title of "Prince of Youth" and "Caesars" and the manly toga. They were appointed consuls and should succeed to their grandfather. Unfortunately, Lucius died in 2 AD in Marseille and his brother 4 Limyra in Lycia. They reigned ever. Augustus suffered much. His wife Livia to have murdered was accused to provide succession to Tiberius (according to Suetonius).