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In 54 n.Chr. for the first time in the Roman Empire the face of a coin featured a female portrait of which living person?

Question #149102. Asked by pehinhota.
Last updated Jan 24 2023.
Originally posted Jan 24 2023 8:42 AM.

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Agrippina I was on the back of a Roman coin while the front of a Roman coin had at the picture of Caligula.


link https://www.artic.edu/artworks/5608/aureus-coin-portraying-emperor-caligula

Jan 24 2023, 10:59 AM
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