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Septimius Severus, 193-211 AD, AR Denarius, Roma, struck c. 209 AD

Septimius Severus, 193-211 AD, AR Denarius, Roma, struck c. 209 AD

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This Septimius Severus silver Denarius from Roma circa 209 AD 

Obverse-SEVERVS PIVS AVG, Head of Septimius, laureate, right, bearded Reverse:

Reverse - RESTITVTOR VRBIS, Roma, helmeted, draped to feet, seated left on a round shield, holding palladium on extended right and scepter, nearly vertical, in left: her feet rest on a stool

19.31mm, 2.3g, 7h

General - Restitvtor Vrbis ('Restititor Urbis'), meaning 'Restorer of Rome' symbolises the rebuilding by Septimius of his capital. Septimius Severus became Roman Emperor in 193 AD after the death of Emperor Pertinax during the Year of the Five Emperors. During his reign he successfully consolidated Rome's power and wagered successful campaigns against the Parthian Empire, and in Africa and Mauritania. After falling ill and dying in 211 AD, he was succeeded by his sons, forming what is now referred to as the Severan Dynasty.