Celtic Britain. Atrebates And Regni, Client King Verica, Minim, c.10-40 A.D.
Celtic Britain. Atrebates And Regni, Under Client King Verica, Silver Minim, c.10-40 A.D. Boar’s Head Type. Tribes Of Sussex, Hampshire And Berkshire Areas. Obv: Boar's Head Right. Rev: VIR On Panel, Between Rosettes Of Seven Pellets. 0.25g.
Reference: S.160, ABC.1268.
An Eye Catching And Well Struck Example With Eye Appeal And Clear Details, A Grey And Coloured Cabinet Tone.
“VIR” or Virtus, was a specific virtue in Ancient Rome. It has connotations of valour, excellence, courage, character, manliness and worth, basically then perceived as masculine strengths (Latin vir = “man"). It was a frequently stated virtue of Roman emperors, and was personified as a deity in Virtus.
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