Ted's Roman Coins: Trebonianus Gallus to Tetricus (251-273 A.D.)


Obverse Reverse Trebonianus Gallus r. 251-253 A.D.
Antoninianus
Obv. IMP CAE C VIB TREB GALLVS AVG

Rev. PIETAS AVGG
Pietas, with raised arms
Obverse Reverse Valerian I r. 253-260 A.D.
Antoninianus
Obv. IMP C P LIC VALERIANVS PF AVG

Rev. FIDES MILTVM
Fides, w. standards
(Mint error in the spelling of MILITVM - barbaric?)
Valerian was defeated in battle by the Persians and held captive until his death
Obverse Reverse Gallienus r. 253-268 A.D
Antoninianus
Obv. GALLIENVS PF AVG

Rev. ROMAE AETERNAE
Rome, seated, with shield & spear, Victory in hand, star above

Valerian's son
Obverse Reverse Salonina, wife of Gallienus
Antoninianus
Obv. SALONINA AVG

Rev. CONCORDIA AVGG
Concordia, seated, holding a patera (dish) and cornucopia
Obverse Reverse Postumus r. 259-268(?) A.D.
Antoninianus
Obv. IMP POSTVMVS P(F) AVG

Rev. MONETA AVG, standing, with cornucopia and scales

A former governor who became a usurper in Britain and Gaul, he was eventually killed in battle
Obverse Reverse Claudius II Gothicus r. 268-270 A.D.
Antoninianus
Obv. IMP CLAVDIVS PF AVG

Rev. VIRTVS AVG
Soldier standing, with shield and spear
Obverse Reverse Victorinus r. 268-270 A.D.
Antoninianus
Obv. IMP C VICTORINVS PF AVG

Rev. PROVIDENTIA AVG, holding a cornucopia, pointing with a rod to a globe.
Obverse Reverse Tetricus (I) r. 270-273 A.D.
Antoninianus
Obv. (IMP C) TETRICVS PF AVG

Rev. CONCORDIA (AVG), standing.