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Why add this twenty-coin set of ancient Bronze coinage from the Roman Empire to your collection?
The Roman Empire was established in 27 BC, its first two centuries marked by an era of political stability and prosperity known as Pax Romana (Roman Peace). A period of political turmoil and economic crisis following the assassinations of Commodus in AD 192 and Alexander Severus in AD 235 ultimately led to the division of the Empire by Constantine I (the Great) into East and West regions in the fourth century AD. The West suffered from invasion, economic decline, inflation and coinage debasement, leading to the eventual disintegration of the Western Empire in AD 476. The Eastern Empire continued to exist and thrive for another thousand years as the Byzantine Empire. The decline and fall of the Roman Empire specifically refers to the collapse of the West.
Roman Imperial Coinage Set
This impressive set of bronze coinage ranges from a coin of Gallienus (AD 253-268), who ruled during the Crisis of the Third Century, to a coin of Honorius (AD 393-423), during whose reign Rome was sacked for the first time in nearly eight hundred years.
Gorgeous Collectible Box
Each coin in this set of Roman Imperial bronze coinage, struck during the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, is encapsulated, then presented together in a handsome wood box.
Add this extraordinary, beautifully presented set of ancient bronze coins featuring images of twenty Roman Emperors who ruled during the decline of the Roman Empire to your collection today
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