Hi голос! Today I'll share you my passion old coins. Specially the medieval and roman coins. I live in a region favourable to this kind of discoveries. It was formerly called Gemniacum. There was an old Roman fort 2000 years ago.
This is a "Potin au rameau" a Celtic coin.
For those who know classification it's " Nerviens, potin au rameau A; Scheers 190 classe IV "
Up you can see the rameau as they had on their shield.
Up you can see a horse that was revered
The next one is a Roman coin
Crispus Caesar 317-326.Treves OF Secunda.
IVL CRIS (PVS NOB C).
BEATA TRANQVILLTAS VOTIS XX.
She's not in good condition
Next is one of my favorite a sesterce
Faustine I, sesterce postume Rome; RIC.1120
Up this is Faustine I
thank's for watching, I'll post others pictures soon