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Roman silver coins

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Roman silver coins

Roman silver antoninianus coins, dated back to 3rd century CE. Objects were found in province of Vojvodina, northern Serbia.

These pieces were minted in Antioch (present-day Turkey), Rome and Mediolanum (present-day Milan in Italy). Currently can be seen in Vojvodina Museum in Novi Sad.

Coins are showing emperors Gordian III (238-244 CE), Philip the Arab (244-249 CE) and Trebonianus Gallus (251-253 CE).

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