Silver Denarius struck during the reign of the Emperor Hadrian in the name of his wife Sabina in the period 128 to 137 AD, Ancient Roman Empire. Minted by Rome. The dating of the production of the coins for Sabina is unclear. There are two forms of obverse legend of which that on this coin (SABINA AVGVSTA) is probably the first this may place it in the period 128 to 132 AD. Sabina received the title of Augusta in 128 AD.

Obverse Description

Draped bust of Sabina facing right; around, SABINA AVGVSTA

Reverse Description

Juno standing facing left extending a patera in her right hand and holding a long sceptre in her left; around, IVNONI REGINAE

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