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Av: Elephant crushes a snake. CAESAR. Rv: priestly equipment. Silver; 17,6x16,6 mm; 3,6 gr.; 49-48 BC.
With this coin Gaius Julius Caesar paid his soldiers in the civil war against Pompeius. The elephant crushing the snake is intended to illustrate the fighting power of the legions of Caesar. The priest devices symbolize the function of Caesar as Protifex maximus.
Model: © Landessammlungen Niederösterreich, Niederösterreich 3D