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Odoacer Solidus (Coin)


Karen Barrett-Wilt
by Saperaud
published on 12 September 2014
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This solidus, Odoacer, in the name of Zeno, 476-493 CE, from the Rome mint, shows a bust of a man with a pearl diadem, helmet, and cuirass. The man holds a spear over his shoulder and a shield with a horseman motif. Attribution: Classical Numismatic Group, Inc.

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