Why does Hercules appear so often on the coins of Postumus? Estimate: 350 euros. (of or from ancient Gaul) gaulois adj adjectif: modifie un nom. Rev. Estimate: 8,000 euros. Antoninianus, Cologne, 261. I've been abroad, and never noticed we were so "chimpanzee looking" to other people :-). Laelianus. Aidez WordReference : Posez la question dans les forums. An aquiline nose (also called a Roman nose or hook nose) is a human nose with a prominent bridge, giving it the appearance of being curved or slightly bent.The word aquiline comes from the Latin word aquilinus ("eagle-like"), an allusion to the curved beak of an eagle.
Firstly, there is this 267 antoninianus. Rev. Coins featuring the image of Hercules Magusanus, whose cult was wildly spread on the Lower Rhine, point to this theory. Antoninianus, Cologne, 263. For example on this antoninianus, which was minted around the same time as the denarii. We use these faces so much everyday... And we make quite a lot of sound effects too ! Estimate: 3,000 euros.
HERCVLI DEVSONIENSI Bust of Hercules displaying Postumus’ facial features. This face, which is made by pulling down the lower-corner of one's eye with a finger, is most often used when talking about someone who has likely stated something untrue.
Perhaps this happened in Deuso, because in numismatics Hercules Deusoniensis is only known from coins of Postumus, which is why several scholars hypothesize that it was at this location Postumus won the decisive victory over the Germanic peoples and was proclaimed the new emperor.
It is … At the time, usurpers were installed all over the empire.
Antoninianus, mint II(?). Medallion, Cologne, end of 267 / beginning of 268.
Antoninianus, Cologne, late 268. Rev. Very fine. In this context, the victory over the Germanic peoples, which preceded Postumus’ proclamation to Emperor, was particularly recognized. In any case, it wasn’t only in Cologne that the last coin was minted in the beginning of 269, …. Rev. At the same time, the Juthungi were invading Italy. Extremely fine.
Famous at last! Extremely fine. Estimate: 600 euros. This face is made by taking the index and either tapping one's skull or twisting the finger back and forth in a repetitive motion.
En général, seule la forme au masculin singulier est donnée.
(of or from ancient Gaul) γαλατικός επίθ επίθετο: Περιγράφει το ουσιαστικό που συνοδεύει, π.χ.ψηλός άντρας, καλός καιρός κλπ, και αλλάζει ανάλ Un oubli important ? Il est généralement placé après le nom et s'accorde avec le nom (ex : un ballon bleu, une balle bleue). And this word made a Roman rather think of a quote, which we know from many movies: “A man’s got to do what a man’s got to do.” Virtus was really understood as the responsible performance of duties, the veneration of tradition, the willingness to achieve the will of the gods.
Rev. This face is made by filling one's cheeks with air and gradually forcing the captured breath out in short spurts by applying pressure to the face with one finger (usually the index or middle appendage).
VIRTVS A-EQVIT Romulus to the r. From the forthcoming Jacquier Auction 42 (16.9.2016), Lot 613. And Postumus, by depicting Hercules, claimed this path for himself. Or Hercules is displayed featuring Postumus’ facial features. Bust of Postumus and head of Hercules, both r. From the forthcoming Jacquier Auction 42 (16.9.2016), Lot 562. Almost very fine. Good very fine. From the forthcoming Jacquier Auction 42 (16.9.2016), Lot 526. Extremely fine / Almost extremely fine. Extremely fine. Discussions sur 'Gallic' dans le forum English Only, ⓘ Un ou plusieurs fils de discussions du forum correspondent exactement au terme que vous recherchez. It is most often performed when one is certain they are being lied to or hearing a tall-tale. Estimate: 7,000 euros. Two coins might be able to help find answers. Almost extremely fine.
Denarius (billon off-metal strike from an aureus die), Cologne, fall of 261.
The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly. Another presents Hercules at a less heroic labor: He cleans out the completely dirty Augean Stables.
Bust of Postumus, heroically nude, with lion skin and shouldered club l. Rev. Gallic adj adjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house."
For example, Hercules accompanying the emperor on the obverse. VIRTVTI AV-GVSTI Hercules r. From the forthcoming Jacquier Auction 42 (16.9.2016), Lot 567. It's most often used to describe someone as having been drunk or as a drunkard. And of course an emperor was also looked for, who was in favor of the gods and who displayed just that through a victory. Antoninianus, Trier, beginning of 269. At approximately the same time, in late 268, this coin was struck. The Franks were marauding in Gaul.
Denarius, Cologne, beginning of 268. Cologne, beginning of 269. Antoninianus, unknown mint, 263. One of them, elaborately spruced up, promised him an easy life full of joy. And it also meant gifts of money for local troops and the protection of civilians. Even the emperor was helpless: While fighting the Sassanians Valerian was taken prisoner and Gallienus did not have the necessary resources to free him. HERCVLI MAGVSANO Hercules r. From the forthcoming Jacquier Auction 42 (16.9.2016), Lot 657. Devenez parrain de WordReference pour voir le site sans publicités. At the Rhine, people were afraid too. This identification repeatedly appears on coins.
This face is made by forming a fist with one hand, covering the nose and repeatedly twisting one's wrist to the right and then the left.
HERC DEVS-ONIENSI gable temple with Hercules. French look maybe :-D)) Castor was mortal, Pollux immortal. The other woman was dressed simply and told Hercules that the gods had put work before reward.
Rev. When it came to a dispute after a victory over the Germanic peoples between the chaperone from Rome and the commander of the victorious troops, Marcus Cassianius Latinius Postumus, the troops proclaimed Postumus as their new emperor.
Extremely fine. They took thousands of Roman prisoners with them, when their troops were annihilated near Augsburg. VICTORIA AVG Victory riding biga r. From the forthcoming Jacquier Auction 42 (16.9.16), Lot 509. Estimate: 1,500 euros. But what exactly took place is quite unclear.
Doing that, he redirects the Alpheius, which is symbolized by a fountain vessel.
VICTORI-A GERMANICA Victory r. From the forthcoming Jacquier Auction 42 (16.9.2016), Lot 533. On the obverse we see Postumus accompanied by Hercules.