A.D. 128-136 Sabina Silver Denarius, Very Fine


Grade: Very Fine

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This genuine Silver Denarius honors Sabina, wife of the Roman emperor Hadrian. During his reign from A.D. 117 to A.D. 138, the emperor constructed Hadrian's Wall and traveled extensively. But his 36-year marriage to Sabina was politically driven and unhappy, leading some historians to speculate that Hadrian poisoned Sabina or forced her to commit suicide.

  • Silver Denarius, handstruck over 1,850 years ago, depicts Sabina
  • Scarce in Very Fine condition
  • Exceptional detail and clarity

  • This historically fascinating ancient silver Denarius will make a unique addition to your collection. Order yours right away!