SILVER DENARIUS OF P. CLODIUS M.F, 42 BC.

SILVER DENARIUS OF P. CLODIUS M.F, 42 BC.

175.00

Obverse: Laureate head of Apollo facing right, lyre behind.

Reverse: Diana Lucifera standing right, holding long lighted torch in each hand, P CLODIVS on right, M F on left.

RRC: 494/23. Sear: 492. CRR: 1117. RSC: Claudia 15. [Rome, 42 BC].

Diameter: 19 mm. Weight: 3.9 g.

A beautiful silver denarius dating to the late Republic. The obverse bearing the portrait of a youthful Apollo wreathed with olive leaves. The lyre behind his head is a reference to his function as patron god of music and poetry. An excellent example with attractive cabinet toning and strong detail.

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