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Considia 1
sear5 #381
C Considius Nonianus Denarius. C CONSIDI NONIANI, laureate & diademed bust of Venus Erycina right / Temple on summit of mountain, surrounded with rampart, ERVC above gateway in center. Cr424/1. (3 examples)
Considia 1a
sear5 #381
C Considius Nonianus Denarius. 56 BC. Laureate diademed bust of Venus Erycina right / Temple on summit of mountain; ERVC on gateway in the center. Cr424/1; Syd 887. (4 examples)
Considia 2
sear5 #455
C Considius Paetus Denarius. 46 BC. Laureate head of Apollo right, A behind / Curule chair, garlanded, on which lies wreath, C CONSIDI above, PAETI in ex. Syd 991, Cr465/2a. (2 examples)
Considia 2a
sear5 #455
C Considius Paetus Denarius. 46 BC. Laureate head of Apollo right, large jewel on forehead; A to left, no border of dots / C.CONS. above, PAETI below, curule chair. Cr465/2b, Syd 991a. (One example)
Considia 3
sear5 #454
C. Considius Paetus. 46 BC. AR Denarius. Laureate head of Apollo right / Curule chair. Cr465/1b; Syd 990a. (2 examples)
Considia 5
sear5 #457
C. Considius Paetus. 46 BC. AR Denarius. Helmeted bust of Minerva right / Victory driving quadriga right. Cr465/5; Syd 992. (One example)
Considia 6
sear5 #456
C. Considius Paetus. 46 BC. AR Denarius. Laureate and diademed head of Venus right. PAETI behind / C CONSIDI, Victory driving quadriga left. C CONSIDI in ex. Crawford 465/3; Sydenham 992; Considia 6. TextImage
Considia 7C. Considius Paetus, AR denarius. 46 BC. PAETI, laureate head of Venus left / Victory in quadriga left, C CONSIDI in ex. Syd 993, Cr465/4. TextImage
Considia 10
sear5 #460
C Considius Paetus AR Sestertius. Circa 46 BC. Bust of Cupid right / Double cornucopiae on globe. Cr465/8a. (One example)

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