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|Title:||RIC IV Volusian 167|
|Publisher:||Memphis, Tenn. : Art Department, Rhodes College|
|Abstract:||This coin dates from 251 to 253 CE. The coin is silver in color and appears porous potentially due to corrosion. On the obverse a bust appears wearing a spiked crown, facing to the right and appears to have a beard. The inscription, "IMP CAE C VIB VOLVSIANO AVG" lies around the edge of the coin. Bust features are not able to be made out, however, the nose, mouth and chin easily made out. On the reverse is a female figure standing facing left. Anatomically, her right arm outstretched palm facing up, wearing a crown and holding a cornucopia in her left hand. The inscription "CONCORDIA AVGG" is around the outside of the figures. All figures and text appear raised except for a "C" which is stamped into the coin.|
|Description:||This coin was acquired by the College on March 23, 2015 as part of a donation by Auben Gray Burkhart, a longtime friend of the College. The coin was digitized and added to DLynx by the Visual Resources Center during summer 2016. For additional information about this coin (including chemical analysis, condition information, measurements, additional provenance, and much more), please see the complete data set for the entire collection available here: http://hdl.handle.net/10267/28161|
|Appears in Collections:||Auben Gray Burkhart Coin Collection|
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