Roman

Roman: Introduction

The Roman Empire was one of the largest Empires in history, covering most of Europe, Britain, parts of Asia, the Middle East and North Africa. It was in existence from 27BC to 476AD, more than 500 years. And all these places used Roman coins throughout the era.

The great part of this is that you can put together a really nice Roman coin collection with very little money, as many coins (although not all) are common and inexpensive. The coins are the best part of 2000 years old and are exciting to collect.

The following have minted Roman during their reign:

 ObverseAugustus
(Emperor 27BC-14AD)
 ObverseTiberius
(Emperor 14AD-37AD)
 ObverseGaius (Caligula)
(Emperor 37AD-41AD)
 ObverseClaudius
(Emperor 41AD-54AD)
 ObverseNero
(Emperor 54AD-68AD)
 ObverseGalba
(Emperor 68AD-69AD)
 ObverseOtho
(Emperor 69AD-69AD)
 ObverseVitellius
(Emperor 69AD-69AD)
 ObverseVespasian
(Emperor 69AD-79AD)
 ObverseTitus
(Emperor 79AD-81AD)
 ObverseDomitian
(Emperor 81AD-96AD)
 ObverseTrajan
(Emperor 98AD-117AD)
 ObverseHadrian
(Emperor 117AD-138AD)