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Cons. suo. comservatori su

preserver ; a title given

emperors.
CooPT. cooFTatus. Chose

ted, or associated.

CoOPT. IN. OMN. CONL. SV!
EX. S. C. COOFTatUS IN (

egium supra NUMerww
conmlto. In all the c
the majority, and by
decree.

Co. p. F. CAE. METRO. COl

Tlavia CA:E8area metro;
colony Prima Flavia
Metropolis, the capital
tine.

C. o. p. I. A. coloTua octavu
cenm svZia Augusta. 1
of Octavianorum Pace
Augusta.

Co. R. N. B. constantiTho^
tiovas B. Struck at Cons
the new Rome, b.

Cos. ITER. ET. ter. DESI
ITBRWm ET TERfowm I

Appointed consul for

and third time.
Coss. consulea. Consuls.
Cos. VI. consul. VI. Com

sixth time.

C. PAET. Caiu^ PAETt^. (

us, name of a personage

C. p. FL. AVG. P. G. CAES.

s. P. coionia vrima That
Fdix Germanica CAVAare
polis TrovindcB syriae vaUi
colony Prima Flavia Au^
Germanica Caesarea, Mc
the province of Syria in

C. R. clarita^ Beipublicae.
of the Republic.

Cras. cras*w«. Crassus,
personage.

C. R. I. F. s. colonia Bom
Ydix 8i7wpe. The color
Julia Felix Sinope.

Crispina. avg. commodi.

AVGU^ta COMMODia. Cl

gusta, wife of Comm

gustus.
C. SACR. FAC. censor SACRi^

Censor for performing

duties.
C. T. T. colonia Toga/ta To/i



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colony Togata Taraco, now Tarra-
Spain.
mis Yotivus. The votive

T. M. QVINTU8. CatUS VAL-

nlianvs tiesifius quintus.
'alens Hostilianus Messius

name of a personage.
G. Qaiusy^TtioijiL^Quido.
3 Vettius Languidus, name
lonage.

colonla Yictrix iLlice. The
'^ictrix mice.
'. consul quintum Tater

Consul for the fifth time,
f his country.

cuiuitor X. 'siandorum.
er for striking a certain
2oin.

Ionia Yictrix Taraco. The
Ictrix Taraco, now Tarra-
Spain.

^TERNiT. AVG. colonia
togata Taraco mtkr^itgH
3. The colony Victrix
Taraco to the Eternity of
s, now Tarragona in Spain.

D.

vs kugiLstus. The divine

.8.

a, TPACictts. Dacia or Da-
DACtiaCAPto. Dacia taken.

PROVINCIA. DACIA AUG-

viNCiA. Dacia, the prov-

LUgUStUS.

Ascus. Damascus in Sy-

4mt8 ccesar Augusttcs. The

ugustus Caesar.

. c. Decuriones coloniae

uixarbae caesarianae. The

as of the colony of Con-

J^^orba Cflesariana.

r. ALBiN. CAEs. nedmiis

[EPTimuS ALBINW« CAESar.

Clodius Septimus Albinus

>e consulum sententia. By
36 of the consuls.

jyomini J^ostri or jyomino-
rorum. Our Lords, or of

Is.

•R. GENT. BARBAR. DEBEL-
GENTmm BARBAB<?rWW.



To the vanquisher of barbarous
nations.

Deci. deciw« or jyEcennalia. Decius,
or the decennial games.

De. GERM. DE GERMa;iw. Of the Ger-
mans, that is, relating to that na-
tion.

Deo. nem. Deo ^ms.nu^us. To the
god Nemausus, the tutelar divinity
of Nismes.

Dert. T>KRTosa. Dertosa.

D. F. Becimi villus. The son of Deci-
mus.

D. N. jyecimi jfepos. The nephew of
Decimus.

Dns. Dominus. Lord or Emperor.

Diana, perg. diana TEnoensis.
Diana of Perga.

DiCT. PER. DiCTator TEBpetuus.
Perpetual dictator.

Dii. PAT. Dii PATm. The gods of
the country.

Diis. CV8T. Diis CYBTodilnis. To the
guardian gods.

Dii8. GENiT. DII8 QmniTolibus. To the
genital gods.

D. I. M. s. lyeoinvictomthras sacrum.
Sacred to the invincible god Mi-
thras.

DiSCIPLINA, or DISCIPVLINA AVG. DIS-
CIPLINA, or DI8CIPULINA AVGV^ta,

or AVGusti. The august discipline,
or the discipline of Augustus.
Divi. F. Divi ¥iliu8. The son of the
god. This inscription generally
appears on the coins of Augustus,
the adopted son of Julius Caesar,
who was deified by the Senate.

DiVO. AVG. VESP. DIVO AYdUStUS

Y^spasiano. To the divine Au-
gustus Vt'spasian.
Drv'o. AVG. DIVO AYGusto. To the
divine Augustus.

T. DIVI. VESP. F. VESPASIANO. TitO

DIVI VESPa«mm TUio vespasiano.
To Titus Vespasian, the son of ^he
divine Vespasian.
Div. pio. DIVO. pio. To the divine
Pius (Antoninus).

DlWS. TRAIAN. AVG. PARTH. PATER.
DIVTJ8 TRAIANW5 AVGUStuS PARTU-

icu8 PATER. The divine Trajan
Augustus Parthicus, the Father.
DoM. or DOMiT. jyomtiv^, or domi-
Tianus. Domitius, or Domitian.

DOMITIA AVG. IMP. CAES. DIVI. F.
DOMITIANI AUG. DOMITIA AYQUSta



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Tuveratrix cxRoaris divi, tiIU dom-
rriANA KVQtLsti, Doraitia Augus-
ta, mother of the divine Caesar,
son of the august Domitian.

D. p. miyiis vius. The divine Pius,
meaning Antoninus.

D. p. p. Dw Tenates. The household
gods, the Penates.

Dr. c^s q. PR. Diiusus cjEsar quin-
quennalis Tuaefectus. Drusus Cae-
sar, the five years praefect.

Drvsvs. c^sar. ti. avg. p. divi

AVG. N. DRVSVS C^SAR TlbeHi

AVGustl Yilius, DIVI AJjOtitsU inepos.
Drusus Caesar, son of Tiberius
Augustus, and grandson of Au-
gustus Caesar.

D. s. I. M. Deo soli inmcto uithrae.
To Mithras, the invincible god of
the sun.

DoM. N. First given to Licinius, Jr.,
317 A. D.



E.

Egn. gal. avg. FuG-satius QMlienus
AVGustus, Egnatius Gallienus Au-
gustus, name of a personage.

EiD. MART. Eimbits MART2V. To the
Ides of March.

Eq. coh. Equestris couors. The
equestrian cohort.

Eq. m. Kquitum Magistn. The mas-
ters of the cavalry.

Eq. ordin. 'Eqmtiirn ordinw. The
order of Knights.

Etr. KTRuscit^. Etrurian.

EvR. EVBopa. Europe.

Ex. AR. p. EX Augenf/) puro, or
vrdbato, or vublico. Money made
from fine silver, or the appr6ved
silver, or the public silver.

Ex. CONS. EX coNS€/i,?M. Byconscut.

Ex. D. D. EX Deereto jyecurionum.
By the decree of the Decurions.

Ex. EA. p. Q. I. 8. AD. AE. D. E.

EX EA vecunia qnae jussu ^natus
AD A^rarium i>elata 'Est. The
money which, by the command of
the Senate, has been remitted to
the Treasury.

EXERCITVS. VAC. EXERCITUS VAC-

ceiLs. The Vaccenian army.

EXERCITVS. YSC. EXERCITUS Y8CanU8.

The army of Isca.



ExERC. PERS. e:
The Persian arn

Ex. 8. c. ex oen
order of the Se

Ex. 8. D. -Exoena
cree of the Sen



F. Yobius, or vcvci^
Felix, or Filina
Fartunus. The
or the future pa
to make, or 1
of the same vei
py, or, a son,
or, fortune.

Fab. FABius, Fal

Fabri. FASBlciu
man's name.

Fad. FAjyius. Fad

F^CVND. F^CUJ

ness.
Fan. FA^nia. Fj

a Roman familj
Fatis victri. I

To the victorioi
Favstina. avg. .

p. p. FAUSTII^
NINI AVGUSti I

Faustina Augi
Antoninus Au^
of his country.

F. B. Felicitas Bea\
ness

F. c. FCLciendum
mento conveJieru
(of coin) super
veying corn.

FeLICITATI AUG.

tistm, or AVGUst
happiness, or
Augustus.

FeL. pro. FElACi

The happiness o
Fel. temp. rep.

TCEVaratio. Th(

ment of the age
Fer. d. FEwmia i

Feronia.
FiDEi leg. fide

the fidelity of tl
Fides milit. fidi

fidelity of the so
Fid. EXERC. fid«

fidelity of the ai
Fl. FUimen, or fl«



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or, Flavius, a man's

n Dm. The high
Dd, the deified em-

AMe/i DiALw. The
Jupiter.

FLAMeri 'HAHTidlis.

t of Mars.

X VBiAcis. Of the
(Legion).
Fortune.

ituna or FonUtudo

The Fortune, or

of the Roman peo-

WTuna VBimgenita,
f the first-bom.
vrunae hedv^; or
id. The return of
) the return of For-

Fourius, a man's
a Roman Gens.
3te8 Acceptae. Sup-
ceived.

vmporum -ReparaUo.
3Stablishment of the

Fulvius, a man's

. (Jupiter) Fulgu-

r. (Jupiter) Fulmi-



Gaudium, or oen-
8, or onaea. Galini-
of Volusianus ; or
e given to one of
sgions; or the Ge-
or evil, a divinity;
the name of a per-
Gnea, a woman's

I. Gaditana, now

L.

or QMjeriu8, Ga-
alerius, both names

Genio AVQusU. To

Lugustus.

inea conndia sup-

)rnelia Supera, the

ipress.



G. D, GermanicuB vaciciia. Gterman
icus, Dacicus, titles bestowed on
the emperors for their victories
over the Germans and Dacians.

Gem. l. GBMiTia Jjegio. The Double
Legion.

Gen. col. cor. gen*o couyniae cor-
inthiae. To the Genius of the col-
ony of Corinth.

Gen. illy. Gmiiua TLLYrici. The
Genius of Illyria, now Dalmatia.

Genio. col. ner. patr. genio
cohoniae liiEiumianae TATB/ensis.
To the Genius of the colony of
Neroniana Patrensis.

Genit. orb. GENiTna? ORBW. Moth-
er of the world, a title conferred
on empresses.

Gen. ; lvg. genw itVGdunerm. To
the Genius of Lugdunum, now
Lyons.

Germ, capta. GERMa?im capta.
Germany conquered.

Ger. p. GFiBmanica Trovinda, or
GBiimaniae Topulus. The German
Province, or, the German people.

Gl. e. r. Ghoria Bx&rcitics lumiam.
The glory of the Roman army.

Gl. p. r. GJjoria vopvZi Bomani.
The glory of the Roman people.

Gl. r. Gurria BomaTwrwm. The
glory of the Romans.

G. L. s. Genio ijod sacrum. Con-
secrated to the Genius of the
place.

G. M. v. Gemina Minerva yictrix.
The colony Gemina Minerva Vic-
trix, in Italy.

Goth. GOTmeus. Gothicus, a title
given to several emperors.

G. P. GTceda veragrata, or GroBcicp
Topulus. Greece traversed ; or, the
people of Greece.

G. p. R. Genio Topuli Bomani. To
the Genius of the Roman people.

Grac. GiiACchus. Gracchus, name
of a personage.

G. T. A. Genius Tutelaris Aegypti,
or Geminae Tutator Africae. The
tutelary genius of Egjrpt, or the
protector of the two Africas.

H.

H. Kdstati, Hastati, a name given
to a certain portion of the Ro-
man army.



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HaDRIANVS AVG. COS. Ill, P. P.
HaDRIANUS AVQlC8tU8 CONBUl III.

Fater Tatriae. Hadrianus Augus-
tus, Consul for the third time,
father of the country.

Ha. p. or h. p. uxstatorum vrin-
cvpum. Of the Hastati and of the
princes.

Hel. helw?p<??w. Heliopolis, the city
of the sun, in Egypt.

HeLV. pert. HELViWS PERTin^il'.

Helvius Pertinax, name of an em-
peror.

Her. HERct^^^, or :sERenniu8. Her-
cules, the name of a god, or
Herennius, a man's name.

Herac. HERAcfo*^«. Heraclitus, a
man's name.

HeRC. COMMOD. HERCWZ^ COMMO-

mano. To Hercules Commodia-
nus.
Herc. gadit. heilcuU QADiTano.
To Hercules Gaditanus.

HeRC. ROM. CONDIT. HERCwZi ROM-

arw co^ditori. To Hercules Rom-
anus Condi tor; the Roman Her-
cules, the founder.

HiLARIT. TEMP. HTLARITflW TEM-

Torum. The hilarity of the times.

Hip. jLippius. Hippius, a man's
name.

Hisp. TSi^valis, or WL^vana, or hisp-
dlus; a town in Spain; or Spain; or
Hispalus, the name of a person.

Ho. Honor, the divinity Honour.

Hs. a sign for sestertium; the Ses-
terce, a piece of Roman money.



I. imperator, or jovis, or suno, or
3U88U, or I, or 1. Imperator, or
Jupiter, or Juno, or by the com-
mand, or the first, or one.

I. A. imperator Augustus, or indul-
gentia Auguati. The emperor Au-
gustus, or by the permission of
Augustus.

I. c. imperator caesa/r, or julius
caesa/r. The Emperor Caesar, or
Julius Caesar.

II. IMP. CC. PHILIPPIS. AVGG. II.

iMPeratoribus Caesaribus philip-
pis ATjQustis. To the two Philips,
Caesars, and Augusti.
In. VIR. A. A. A. FL. F. TrtuMvim Auro
Argento Aere wlando veriuiido. The



three officers for
pared metal into
brass coins.

I. IT. imperator it*

for the second tin

II. VIR. QVINQ. DUU

nalis. Duumvir \

Imp. caes. antoni
iMPerator CAE^>ar
Qustus vius Tate
emperor Caesar A
tus, Pius, Father'

Imp. caes. avg. coi
erator CAEsar ai
coNS^rww. The
Augustus, (chosei
of the community

Imp. caes. c. vib.
erator CAR'&aH cak
To the emperor Cfi
Volusianus.

Imp. caes. divi. trai

lANI. HADRIANO.
PARTHICO. P. M.

iKPeratori CAEsa
AVGusti mlio tr^

OPTimO AX5QU8t0

Tontifid yLaximo
tate co^mli vatri
emperor Caesar T
us Augustus, SOI
Trajanus Augusti
cicus Parthicus, E
cising the Tribunil
sul. Father of the

Imp. caes, divi. ves
p. M. TR. p. p. p.
DIVI VESPo^iam :
AVQustu^ vontifex
nitia votestate vat*.
emperor Caesar I
ustus, son of the
anus,Pontifex Ma
the Tribunitian p
the Country.

Imp. c^s. g. m; q.
Qcueus "nessia qui'
peror Caesar Gne
tus, name of a usu

Imp. c^s. l. avre:

ARM. PART. IMPer^
AVBEUUS VERUS J
CU8 VARThicUS.

Caesar Lucius
Augustus Armeni
the dissolute asso
Aurelius.



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L. SEPT. 8EV. PERT, AUG.

COS. JMFerator CMsar i.u-
VTimius ^iE.\eru8 v'E.B.iinax
*is Tmbunitia votsstate con-
'he emperor Caesar Lucius
ius Severus Pertinax Augus-
cercising the Tribunitian
Consul.

M. ANT. CJORDIANUS. AFR.

u/Lverator CM^ar Marcus an-
? gordianus AFRiranvs
%8. The emperor Caesar
\ Antoninus Gordianus,
ms, Augustus.

M. OPEL. SEV. MACRINUS.

[Ferator CMsar Marcus ope-

WerUS MACRLNVS AXJGUSttUt.

iperor Caesar Marcus Opeli-
erus Macrinus Augustus.

. NERV^. TRAIANO. AVG.
AC. P. M. TR. P. cos. V. P.

?eratori CM^aH nervae tra-
kx^Qusto GEnmantco daczco
i Maximo Tmbunitia votestate
V. Tater patriae. To the
•r Caesar Nerva Trajan,
us, Germanicus, Dacicus,
)ntiff, exercising the Tribu-
power, consul for the fifth
ither of the country.

p. HELV. PERTIN. AVG.

!w CJBsar Tublius SEisvius
ax KSjOtUstus. The emperor
Publius Helvius Pertinax
us.

C. VA. P. GAL. VEND.

A.NO. AVG. iMPerator caesari
tdindico Yinnico GAimdico

idico VOLUSD^O AUGt^to.

emperor Caesar Caius Va-
3 Finnicus Galindicus Ven-
is Volusianus Augustus,
pvhich Volusianus assumed
IS conquests.

CASS. LAT. P08TVMV8. P. P.

IMPerator caesar Mo/rcus
jjATienus postumus pim
\GiLstit8. The emperor Caesar
1 Cassius Latienus Postu-
ius, Felix, Augustus, Imper-
ii of the thirty tyrants.

. TRALAJ^VS. DECIVS. AVG.

'or caesar Marcus traja-
ECius AVGustus. The em-
Caesar Marcus Trajanus
Augustus.

Lie. VALERIANVS. P. F.



AVG. iMverator caius ptibliics lic-

niu^ VALERIANUS PiuS Felix A.VGVS-

tus. The emperor Caius Publius
Licinius Valerianus Pius Felix Au-
gustus.

Imp. iter. iMPerator iTER?/m. Ini-
perator for the second time.

Imp. m. ivl. philippvs avg. iMP^r-
ator Marcus jvijius philippus aug-
ustus. The emperor Marcus Ju-
lius Philippus Augustus.

Imp. t. ael. antonino. iMPerataH
Tito KE,\do ANTON mo. To the em-
peror Titus Aelius Antoninus.

Imp. t. c^s. divi. vesp. f. avg. p.

M. TR. POT. cos. REST. IMP^a-

toi" Titus cMsar divi YESPOMani
pilius AUGustus pontifex Maosirmis
Tribunitia poTestate consul res-
Tituit. The emperor Titus Cae-
sar, son of the divine Vespasian,
high pontiff, exercising the Tri-
bunitian power^ and Consul, re-
stored.

Imp. VI. iMPej'dtor vi. Impera-
tor for the sixth time.

Indvlgent. avgg. in. carth. mDUL-

GENT^a AVGUStOTUm IN CARTHO^*-

nenses. The clemency of the two
Augustus's in favor of the Cartha-
ginians.
Indvlg. pia. postvmi. avg. indul-
Gentia pia postumi avgilsU. The
pious clemency of Postumus Au-
gustus.

lO. CANTAB. JOvi CANTAB7W. To

Jupiter Cantabricus.
I. o. m. d. jom Optimo Moadmo

BEjyicatum. Dedicated to Jupiter,

the best and greatest.
I. o. m. h. jovi Optimo Moadmo

Pieliopolis, To Jupiter, the best and

greatest, of Heliopolis.
I. o. M. 8. ;iom Optimo Maanmo sacrum.

Sacred to Jupiter, the best and

greatest.

I. O. M. SPONS. SECVRIT. AVG. SOVi

Optimo Mojxmw sPONSon SECUMTa^w
kxiGusti. To Jupiter, the best, the
greatest, the sponsor of the secu-
rity of Augustus.

I. O. M. S. p. Q. R. V. S. PR. 8. IMP.
CAES. QVOD. PER. EV. RP. IN.
AMP. ATQ. TRAN. 8. E. iom OpUmO

Moadmo senatu^s populu^ue puoma-
nus Yota miscepta pro mlute iMPer-
atoris CAEsam quod per Eum



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TiMSPicblica in AM:plion ATqtte tran-
guilliori etatu E«t. The Roman peo-
ple and Senate (have) offered
thanksgivings to Jupiter, the best,
the greatest, for his preservation
of the Emperor Caesar, and that
through him the republic is in a
richer and more tranquil state.

I, o. M. V. c, jovi Optimo uaximo Yictori
conservatori. To Jupiter, the best,
the greatest, the victorious, the
preserver.

lov. OLYM. JOV^OLYM/?^i9. To Jupiter
Olympius.

lev. STAT, jov* STATm. To Jupitcr
Stator.

lov. TON. J0V2 TONanfo*. To Ju-
piter, the Thunderer.

ISEL. OECVM. ISELflWfo'Cfl^ oECXTnenica.
The Iselastican and Oecumenican
games (held sacred at Rome).

I. 8. M. R. juno ^spita uagna negina,
or juno eospita uater nomanorum.
Jimo Sospita, the great queen ; or,
Juno Sospita, the mother of the
Romans.

Ital. ITAL^a. Italy.

Ital. mvn. TTAijicum ^txmidpium.
The Italian municipality.

IvD. CAP. jxTDcea CAPto. Judea taken.

IvL. julizis or julia, or jiUiamts.
Julius, or Julia, or Julianus, all
names of personages.

IVL. AVG. CASSANDREN. JULWl AU-

Qusta CASSANDREN^w. Julia Au-
gusta Cassandrensis, a Roman col-
ony, formerly a town in Greece ;
Cassandros, supposed by some to
have been founded by Uassander,
one of the generals of Alexander
the Great, who, on the death of
that monarch, seized upon the ad-
ministration of Greece.

IVL. AVG. GENIT. ORB. JXTLta AU-

Qusta QENiTrix OBBis. Julia Augus-
ta, mother of the world.

IVLIA. AVGVSTA. C. C. A. JULIA

AUGUSTA colonia c&esarea Augusta.
Julia Augusta, the colony of Caes-
area Augusta.

IVLIA. IMP. T. AVG. P. AVGVSTA.

JULIA iMTeratoris Titi AVOtUsU ¥ilia
AUGUSTA. Julia Augusta, daugh-
ter of the Emperor Titus Augus-
tus.

IVL. V. MAXIMVS. C. JXTLZICS Yertis

MAxiMUS caesar. Julius Verus



Maximus Caesar, name of a per-
sonage.

IvN. jvmior or jun^^^ or jvmo.
The younger, or Junius (name of
a personage)? or Juno (the god-
dess).

IvN. MART, jvmoni UAiLTiali. To
Juno Martialis.

IvN. REG. JUN<? B.BQina. Juno, the
queen.

K.

K is often used for C on coins struck
in the Grecian provinces.

K. Carthago or Koeso. Carthage, or
Kaeso (a Christian name).

Kap. CAvitolina. Capitolina.

Kar. CAB,thago. Carthage.

Kar. o. CAHthaginenm offlciTia. The
Carthagenian monetary office.

Kart or Krt. e. CartA^^^? officina
quinta. The fifth Carthagenian
monetary office.

KoN. or RONS. co^^tanUnopolis, Con-
stantinople.



L. "Lavs or ijegatus or luegio or ijiLcius
orjjudi. The colony Laus, or an
ambassador, or a legion, or Lucius,
name of a personage, or the games.

L. c. iMgdunum colonia. The col-
ony Lugdunum, now Lyons in
France.

Laphr. LAPHRia. Laphria, a sur-
name for Diana.

L. AUREL. COMMO. GERM. SARM.
-LUCIUS AUREL*W« COMMOrfw* GER-

ULanicus ^ASMaticus. Lucius Au-
relius Commodus Germanicus Sar-
maticus, titles given him for the
victories.

L. CAN. iMcius CAsinius. Lucius,
Caninius, the name of a personage.

Leg. legw. A legion.

Leg. AUG. PR., PR. LBGato AUQ-

usU PRO TiLoetore. The ambassa-
dor of Augustus for the prsetor.
Leg. gem. pac or parth. or nbp. or
VLP. LEGw GBmna VACifica or
PARTHica or j^TEPtunia or vuHa.
The douWe legion Pacifica, or
Parthica, or Neptunia, or Ulpia,
all distinctive titles of this Ro-
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?. P. IjEQW I. ADJUtrix

The first legion, Pia,
ijutrix. This legion pro-
ined these names from
in a needful moment to
' another legion.

r V. p. V.F. LEG2<? II.

r. via videlis. The see-
i Parthica, Pia for the
and faithful for the
, distinctive honorary
is legion.

or TR. FOR. LEG2<> II.

)r TB/ijanus for^. The
pon of Troy, or Tra-
is.

\ IjEQio III. TARThica.
Parthian legion. Le-
n this case, often took
ji the country in which
)een eminently success-

P. VI. F. JMQio iin.

videlis. The fourth le-

j for the sixth time, and

r the sixth time, distinc-

epeatedly conferred.

JjEGio uacedonica xx.
eth Macedonian legion.
3. or LEG. PRO. PR. or

or LEG. A. p. JjEQatUS

U or isKGatus pro PRoe-
Qatu8 AVQusti, or -leqio
^rovinciae. Ambassador
ttsul, or ambassador for
, or the ambassador of
or the legion of the
f Armenia.

GEM. FIDEL. LEG^ VII.

iBMiTia FiDELw. The
aithful legion Claudia

c. LEGw V. Mocedonica
18. The fifth Macedon-
pious and constant, dis-
cs of honor.

VDIA. JjEQio XI. CLAU-

eleventh legion Claudia.
5. i.BQioxvi. FBiEgellae
%e. The sixteenth le-
regella, a town in Lat-
regena, an ancient town

T.

EP. VI. F. LEG«<? XXX.

% VI. Fiddis. The thir-
n Neptuniana, faithful
h time.



Len. cvr. x. P. iJENtulus CTJBatar
X. Flandorum. Lentulus, an of-
ficer for striking a certain class
of money.

Lep. UETidtcs or lbp^. Lepidus,
name of a personage, or Leptis,
name of a town.

L. H. T. JMciuB 'ELostUius Tubevo.
Lucius Hostilius Tubero, name of
a personage.

Lib. avg. iin. cos. ini. -LiBeralita^
xjjQusti nil. consul iin. The
fourth liberality of Augustus, con-
sul for the fourth time.

L. N. JAidi T^epos. Nephew of Lu-
cius.

L. F. Lwm villus. Son of Lucius.

LiBERALIT. AVG. LIBERALITflW AU-

Gusta or AUGt^fo*. The august lib-
erality, or the liberality of Augus-
tus.

LiBERIS. AVG. COL. A. A. P. . LIBERIA

KVQusti coijonia AugtLsta KToe pa-
trensis. To the children of Au-
gustus, the colony Augusta Aroe
of Patras.

Libert, rest. libert<w RESTiYt^^a.
Liberty restored.

Lib. n. or in. lABeralitas ii or m.
The second or third liberality.

Lib. p. lA^ero vatH. To Liber, the
father, Bacchus.

Lib. pvb. i^TBeralitds vjmlica, or
LEB^r^ W'Blica. A public liber-
ality, or public liberty.

Lie. COR. SAL. VALER. N. C^S. JjlCiniuS

connelius SALonintis YAiMRianiis

ifobilis CMsar. Licinius Cornelius

Saloninus Valerianus Nobilis

Caesar.
Lie. or LTCiN. ijicinitcs LiciNicmus.

Licinius or Licinianus.
L. I. MiN. j^egio i. ujNervium. The

first legion of Minerva, a town in

Italy.

LOCVPLET. ORB. TBRRAR. LOCUP-
LETa^m ORBis TERRARt^m. To

the enricher of the universe.
LoN. jjOTngus. Longus, name of a

personage.
L. p. D. AE. p. JjUcius Fopiriris lye-

signatits Avdilis vlebis. Lucius

Papirius chosen Aedile of the

people.

L. SEPTIM. SEVERVS. PIV8. AVG. P.

M. TR. P. XV. cos. in. p. p.

IjUduS SEPTIMm* SEVBRUS PIUS



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AUQuattts Tontifex ^aximus trC-
hunitia votestate xv. consul m.
^ater Tatriae. Lucius Septimius
Severus Pius Augustus, High
Pontiff (exercising) the tribunitian
power for the fifteenth time, con-
sul for the third time, father of
the country.

L. SEPTIM. SEV. PERT. AVG. IMP.
PARTH. ARAB. PARTH. ADIAB. COS.
n. P. D. IMCiuS SEPTIMUS SEV^riW

v^wnnax AJjQustus iMPei'ator par-

TBicua ARABtCtlS PARTUWUS ADIA-

BEHfictig consul n. Tater vatriae.
Lucius Septimius Severus Perti-
nax Augustus Imperator Par-
thicus Arabicus, Parthicus Ad-
iabenicus, consul for the second
time, father of the country.

L. VAL. JMcius YAJjerius, Lucius
Valerius, name of a personage.

Lvc. jjvcamcs or Lucm or JAJcdu-
num. Lucanus or Lucrio, names
of personages, or Lugdunum, now
Lyons..

Lvc. p. 8. lavcduni Tecunia signata.
Money struck at Lyons.

Lvc. AEL. luvcius AE,iAu8. Lucius
Aelius.

LvCILIi^. AVG. ANTONINI. AVG. P.
LUCFLLJE A.T5GU8tae ANTONINI AU-

Gusti Yilias. To Lucilia Augusta,
daughter of Antoninus Augus-
tus.

LvD. siEC. PEC cos. xnn. lud(?s
SMCulares FEC^Y consul xini. He
celebrated the secular games;
consul for the fourteenth time.

Lvp. jjXTPercus. Lupercus.

Lv. PC. s. jjVgduni TBCuni signata.
Money struck at Lyons.



M.

M. Moesia, or Marcus, or uemmitcs, or
uensis, or uinerva, or uoneta, or
Municeps, or wunitae. Maesia, or
Marcus, or Memmius, names of
persons, or a month, or Minerva,
or money, or municipal, or mu-
nitae, a fortified town.

M. A. Marcus Aurdius. Marcus
Aurelius.

Ma. cani. MAnius CAmnius. Mani-
us Caninius (name of a person).

Ma. c. AVG. MAgna (aedes) caesaris



M.



AVQlLStb C

The great

or, the mar
M. ^M. Mar

^milius (a
Mag. dece]

CEiiTius. I
Mag. pivs. m

and pious

Pompey.
M. ANN. Ma

Annius (a i
M. ant. imp.

ET TERT.

eratar aug

ITERt^m E'

Antoninus,
and consul
third time.
ANTON. Ay
Tomnus A
Marcus An
manicus.

M. ANTONIN'
SIG. ITER
REIP. C.

iMTerator c

Um ET TERI

lica£ constiu
nus, impel
consul for
triumvir fo
tablishing t

Marc marc«
tins, Marci
tins.

Marcia OTAC]
OTACILea s

cia Otacilij
Mar. prop.

Mars, the d
Mar. vlt. ma

the avenger

M. CASS. LAT. I

sius ijATiem

Cassius Lat:
Mat. avgg.

Mother of t
Mat. sen. m

of the senat
Mat. pat. ma

the country,
Mat. devm.

DEUM CON

mother of t
Cybele.
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jAJTari To the beneficent mother
gods.

VGG. MATER AVQMStorum.

' of the Augusti.

BALBVS. PR. Marcus AT-

LBUS VBjoetor. Marcus At-
bus, Vraetor.

JTROR. MATR2 CASTRORl/??l.

mother of the camps.

Marcm AVFidius. Marcus
IS (the name of a personage).
>r MAR. AVR. Marcus au-

Marcus Aurelius.
NTON. Marcus Avnelms an-
s. Marcus Aurelius xVnto-

, ANTONINVS. AVG. ARMEN.

arcus AVREUus antonlnus
us AB.MEmacus vontifex yiax-
Marcus Aurelius Antoninus
us Armeniacus, high Pon-

imus. Maximus.
siunidpium cakiguris zulia.
ty of Calaguris Julia, now
B in Spain.

DVS ANTOKINVS AVG. BRIT.
COMMODUS ANTONINUS AU-

BRiTannicz^. Marcus Com-
A.ntoninus Augustus Britan-

3^tM. Messius.

vropolis. The Metropolis.

Taccus. Metaccus.

IAN. PAN. tlKToUum UL-

i TAyinonicum. Ulpian and
dan metal.

METOilum DEL. f Or DAL-


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