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Galba (68-69) (ruler)

Roman Empire (state)

Narbo inferred (mint)




denarius (denomination)

Roman Imperial (Series)




weight: 3.04 g


circa 68/04 to 68/11


given: The Friends of the Fitzwilliam Museum 1984-10-22 (Filtered for: Coins and Medals)

Trau Collection sale, 22 May 1935, lot 490.


  1. design
    Position: reverse
    Description: Female figure draped standing left with right foot on globe, sacrificing out of patera over altar and holding upright rudder
  2. inscription
    Position: reverse
    Description: SALVS GENE HVMANI

Production Place

Narbonne (mint) (place)

Catalogue ref/s

Mattingly, Harold B.
Sydenham, E.A.
et al.
(1923-94) The Roman Imperial Coinage , London : Spink and Son Ltd.


Accession Number

CM.153-1984 (Coins and Medals)
(Reference Number: 146658; Input Date: 2007-05-30 / Last Edit: 2011-07-22)

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