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Aelius 137 A.D.
Æ diobol dated to Aelius' 2nd Consular year (137 A.D.) Milne 1538
Diameter: 25 mm Emmett 1353
Weight: 8.68 g Die Axis: 12:00
Laureate and draped bust right.

Reverse: ΔΗΜ  ΕΞΟΥ  C     •ΥΠΑΤ  Β
Homonia standing left holding corn and patera.

NOTE: The coins of Aelius are unique in the Alexandrian series in that the reverse legend is a continuation of the obverse legend. The reverse legend lists Aelius' offices in the Roman fashion
translating as TR. POT. COS. II.

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