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E-auction 410-322228 - brm_610470 - VITELLIUS As

VITELLIUS As VF/F
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Estimate : 180 €
Price : 170 €
Maximum bid : 200 €
End of the sale : 22 February 2021 14:14:00
bidders : 7 bidders
Type : As
Date: c. 01-06/69
Date: 69
Mint name / Town : Tarragone
Metal : copper
Diameter : 29 mm
Orientation dies : 4 h.
Weight : 9,87 g.
Rarity : R1
Coments on the condition:
Exemplaire ovale, beau buste, quelques plats au revers, belle patine cuivrée
Catalogue references :

Obverse


Obverse legend : A VITELLIVS IMP GERMAN.
Obverse description : Tête laurée de Vitellius à gauche ; globe à la pointe du cou (O*1) .
Obverse translation : “Aulus Vitellius Imperator Germanicus”, (Aulus Vitellius empereur germanique).

Reverse


Reverse legend : FIDES / EXERCITVVM/ SC.
Reverse description : Deux mains jointes (Bonne Foi).
Reverse translation : “Fides Exercituum”, (La Fidélité des armées).

Historical background


VITELLIUS

(01.02 to 12.20.69) Aulus Vitellius

Vitellius was proclaimed on 1 or 2 January 69 by the armies of Germany. After Bédriac and disappearance of Otho, April 69 Vitellius moved to Rome in June. Vespasian was proclaimed by the army in Alexandria on 1 July 69 and Vitellius can not be maintained. After the outbreak of sedition in Rome in December, he was assassinated on 20 and dragged his body into the Tiber, leaving Vespasian sole master of the Roman Empire.

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