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Gallienus. A.D. 253-268. Antoninianus Gazelle Coin

Gallienus. A.D. 253-268. Antoninianus Gazelle Coin

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Gallienus was a Roman Emperor who ruled from A.D. 253 to 268 during the turbulent period known as the Crisis of the Third Century.

Among the coins issued during his reign was the Antoninianus Gazelle coin, which holds significant numismatic value and historical interest. The coin features a portrait of Gallienus on the obverse, showcasing his imperial authority and leadership. However, what sets this coin apart is the depiction of a graceful gazelle

On the reverse. The inclusion of such a natural motif was relatively uncommon on Roman coins, making the Antoninianus Gazelle coin a unique and aesthetically appealing numismatic specimen. This coin serves as a testament to the diverse themes and designs adopted by Roman emperors in their coinage, reflecting the cultural and artistic influences of the time. 

This series is known as the 'Gallienus Zoo Coins'