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Coinage of Triumvirs, Antony, Lepidus and Octavian

H. A. Grueber

Coinage of Triumvirs, Antony, Lepidus and Octavian

Illustrative of the History of the Times

by H. A. Grueber

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Published by Attic Books .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL11412294M
ISBN 100915018314
ISBN 109780915018314
OCLC/WorldCa6688835

After the latter's death he was taken into the triumvirate by Octavian and Antony. After Philippi he was given the governorship of Africa, but having attempted to acquire Sicily for himself, he was deprived of all power. He died in 13 BC." Seaby "Marcus Aemilius Lepidus was the younger son of the M. Lepidus who held the consulship in 78 BC. Marc Antony, Octavian and Lepidus, Triumvirs, 26 November 43 - 36 B.C. RPC notes uncertainty regarding the reverse legend of this type. Apparently, none are fully and clearly legible. There is some question regarding the final Z. They note it may be Ξ. On our example however, it seems clearly to be Z.

The Triumvirs renewed the agreement in Tarentum in 37BC, and Octavian resumed using the III VIR R.P.C. title on his coins from 37BC. RPC LEPI CABE, Aemilia Lepidus dupondius, 40BC, Cabellio. So as not to eat my words I illustrate this silver dupondius of Lepidus showing Roman types of a cornucopia in wreath. In 43 BC, Octavian, Mark Antony and Marcus Aemilius Lepidus went in to a complicated relationship, when established the Second Triumvirate, which devided the provinces of the republic into three.

Marcus Aemilius Lepidus (Latin: MAEMILIVSMFQNLEPIDVS), (born c. 89 or 88 BC, died late 13 or early 12 BC) was a Roman patrician who was triumvir with Octavian (the future Augustus) and Mark Antony, and the last Pontifex Maximus of the Roman s had previously been a close ally of Julius Caesar. Lepidus has always been portrayed as the weakest member of the triumvirate. Lepidus and Junia Secunda had at least one child, Marcus Aemilius Lepidus the Younger. Lepidus joined the College of Pontiffs as a child. He started his cursus honorum as triumvir monetalis, overseeing the minting of coins, from c. 62–58 BC. Lepidus soon became one of .


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Coinage of Triumvirs, Antony, Lepidus and Octavian by H. A. Grueber Download PDF EPUB FB2

: Coinage of Triumvirs, Antony, Lepidus and Octavian: Illustrative of the History of the Times (): Grueber, H. A.: Books. Antony and Octavian was now inevitable, and each one took steps to establish his position by an appeal to military force. Antony went to Brundusium to take command of the legions which had arrived from Greece, and Octavian began collecting an army in Campania.

The struggle was, however, not to. The Paperback of the Coinage of Triumvirs, Antony, Lepidus and Octavian: Illustrative of the History by H.A. Grueber at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping Due Antony COVID, orders may be delayed. Buy Coinage of Triumvirs, Antony, Lepidus and Octavian: Illustrative of the History of the Times by Grueber, H.

(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : H. Grueber. The senate approved Octavian, Antony, and Lepidus as “Triumvirs for the restoration of the state” in 43 BCE. Among all of Octavia’s relationships, perhaps most famous – or infamous, rather – was Octavia’s marriage to Marc Anthony, her second and his fourth Coinage of Triumvirs, respectively.

She accepted the arrangement in 40 BC as part Antony political deal among the Triumvirs (Octavian, Antony, and Lepidus). Grueber, Herbert A. “Coinage of the Triumvirs, Antony, Lepidus and Octavian, Illustrative of the History of the Times”, Numismatic Chronicle () Harl, Kenneth.

Coinage in the Roman Economy Author: Mike Markowitz. After becoming Consul, Octavian met in Bologna in October, 43 BC with Mark Antony and Marcus Aemilius Lepidus, where they formed the Second Triumvirate. Unlike the First Triumvirate, the Second Triumvirate was an explicit arrangement of special powers intended to last for five years and passed into law by the Roman Tribunes.

The Triumvirs. Octavian and Mark Antony. Late early 39 BC. AR Denarius (18mm, g, 6h). Military mint traveling with Octavian in Gaul. CAESAR IMP, bare head of Octavian right, with slight beard / ANTONINVS IMP, winged caduceus.

Shop IT LEPIDUS - JULIUS CAESAR Ally Triumvir Augustus 43 Denarius VF NGC and more authentic and unique collectibles coins at Amazon's Collectible Coins Store.

Lepidus and Octavian Denarius. 42 BC. LEPIDVS姫ONT筆AX肘II彪IR紐姫匹・ bare head of Lepidus right / C匹AESAR肘MP肘II彪IR紐姫匹・ bare head of Octavian right. Crawford /2d, Syd var. (One example) RSC 3 sear5 # Lepidus and Marc Antony AR Quinarius.

Military mint with Antony and Lepidus in Transalpine Gaul, BC. The second triumvirate was formed with Lepidus and Octavian at the end of 43BC. Lepidus was always the quieter of the three triumvirs, and was also quiet in coinage.

Although represented on the portrait gold coins, the only two common issues in his name were a quinarius with just his titles shared with Mark Antony, and a.

Lepidus’ own fortunes improved when Octavian convinced him and Antony to form together as Triumvirs. They divided Rome’s demesnes amongst themselves: Lepidus was assigned Spain and shared Gaul with Antony, junior partner Octavian controlled North Africa, and all three shared responsibility over Italy.

Octavian had been involved in conflicts with Marc Antony and Marcus Aemilius Lepidus, but in October of 43 BC, they decided to meet to unify their power.

Officially ending the Roman Republican period, they met near modern-day Bologna on Novem 43 BC, to draft the Lex Titia, creating the legally established Second Triumvirate when signed into law two weeks later.

Triumvir or tresvir: member of a college of three members. The expression is mostly used to describe the First Triumvirate (60 BCE; Pompey the Great, Crassus, and Julius Caesar) and Second Triumvirate (43 BCE; Marc Antony, Lepidus, and Octavian).

Octavian, with Mark Antony and Lepidus. B.C. AE 17 (17 mm, g, 12 h). Jugate bare heads of Octavian, Mark Antony, and Lepidus right / APXIEPEYΣ ΓPAM ΓΛAYKΩN EΦE ΘEONATAΣ, Cult statue of Artemis Ephesia.

Marc Antony was already in the east, and that is the region from which this coinage emanates. Since Lucius lost the ‘Perusine War’ he waged against Octavian, and was subsequently appointed to an office in Spain, where he died, it is likely that he never even saw one of his portrait coins.

Coinage of Triumvirs, Antony, Lepidus and Octavian: Illustrative of the History (Paperback) by H A Grueber and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Lepidus became one of the triumvirs partly because he had a large number of soldiers under his command and also because Antony needed him.

He served to balance the power of Antony and young Octavius Caesar, because he was a threat to neither Octavius nor Antony. Lepidus is the eldest of the three men, and he is, perhaps, the least ambitious.

This task accomplished, Lepidus soon faded into the background, leaving Octavian and Antony to rule the Roman world jointly for the better part of a decade until their inevitable falling out.

This a ureus, struck in mid BC in the eastern half of the Empire ruled by Antony, puts the political situation in stark terms, with Antony and. Lepidus & Octavian Denarius.

42 BC. LEPIDVS姫ONT筆AX肘II彪IR紐姫匹・ bare head of Lepidus right / C匹AESAR肘MP肘II彪IR紐姫匹・ bare head of Octavian right.

Crawford /2d, Syd var. RSC 3 sear5 # Lepidus & Marc Antony AR Quinarius. Military mint with Antony & Lepidus in Transalpine Gaul, BC.Lepidus was saved by Antony’s desire to show his clemency.

Lepidus’ troops had no wish to fight and die in the war. Joining Antony meant that they were likely on the winning side. In the aftermath of the union of Antony and Lepidus, Lepidus was instrumental in the negotiations between Antony and Octavian. His reward was a place among the.Roman Coins of Lepidus.