Asses, dupondii, sestertii, quinarii and antoninianii, folles and maiorinae. In our collective imagination these names recall a distant past, which figured generals and emperors who made the name of Rome, the capital of the known world, great in antiquity. From the images on Roman coins we recognise both personalities and events of the Eternal City and 'relive' its history and Empire.
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