This ClipArt gallery offers 94 images of ancient Roman coins. These coins range throughout the duration of the Roman Empire.

"Gallic Coin." — Greenough, 1899

Gallic Coin

"Gallic Coin." — Greenough, 1899

"Gallic Coin." — Greenough, 1899

Gallic Coin

"Gallic Coin." — Greenough, 1899

"Gallic Coin." — Greenough, 1899

Gallic Coin

"Gallic Coin." — Greenough, 1899

"Bronze Coin of Hadrian, British Museum "-Whitney, 1902

Hadrian Coin

"Bronze Coin of Hadrian, British Museum "-Whitney, 1902

Coin of Roman emperor Hadrian.

Hadrian, Coin of

Coin of Roman emperor Hadrian.

Coin of L. Plancus showing bust on front and amphora on back. Front.

Coin of L. Plancus

Coin of L. Plancus showing bust on front and amphora on back. Front.

Coin of L. Plancus showing bust on front and amphora on back. Back.

Coin of L. Plancus

Coin of L. Plancus showing bust on front and amphora on back. Back.

An illustration of Marcellus coins.

Marcellus Coins

An illustration of Marcellus coins.

Coin stamp to stamp coins with the image of Marius.

Coin Stamp of Marius

Coin stamp to stamp coins with the image of Marius.

A medal of Adramyttium which depicts icons of Castor and Pollux, two dieties of mariners, who were revered in this city.

Medal of Adramyttium

A medal of Adramyttium which depicts icons of Castor and Pollux, two dieties of mariners, who were revered…

A medal of Aradus depicting a fly on one side, which appears to commemorate Jupiter. The other side depicts the stag with a palm tree, which was iconic of material possessions at the time.

Medal of Aradus

A medal of Aradus depicting a fly on one side, which appears to commemorate Jupiter. The other side…

An image of Jupiter with the inscription <i>Alexandrou</i>, suggesting that Alexander the Great was worshipped as a deity in Ascalon.

Medal of Ascalon

An image of Jupiter with the inscription Alexandrou, suggesting that Alexander the Great was worshipped…

A medal with the portrait of Claudius on one side and a depiction of a ceremony involving oxen on the other.

Medal of Claudius

A medal with the portrait of Claudius on one side and a depiction of a ceremony involving oxen on the…

A medal of Tarsus which suggest that Minerva, the goddess of arts and sciences, was revered there.  In her hand she holds a Victory holding a garland, turning from the goddess.

Medal of Tarsus

A medal of Tarsus which suggest that Minerva, the goddess of arts and sciences, was revered there. In…

A medal representing Jupiter sitting in a temple, conversing with Minerva and attended by Juno.

Minerva

A medal representing Jupiter sitting in a temple, conversing with Minerva and attended by Juno.

Two Roman As, or mite, a denomination of Roman currency.

Mite

Two Roman As, or mite, a denomination of Roman currency.

An illustration of Mithradates VI on the face of a coin. Mithradates VI was king of Pontus in northern Anatolia (now in Turkey) from about 119 to 63 BC. Mithradates was a king of Greek and Persian origin, claimed descent from Alexander the Great and King Darius I of Persia.

Mithradates VI Coin

An illustration of Mithradates VI on the face of a coin. Mithradates VI was king of Pontus in northern…

Mithridates VI, king of Pontus in Rome on a silver coin.

Mithridates

Mithridates VI, king of Pontus in Rome on a silver coin.

Coin of Piso with bust on front and wreath on back. Front.

Coin of Piso

Coin of Piso with bust on front and wreath on back. Front.

Coin of Piso with bust on front and wreath on back. Back.

Coin of Piso

Coin of Piso with bust on front and wreath on back. Back.

Roman coin struck to commemorate the victory over Pyrrhus and his elephants.

Victory Coin over Pyrrhus

Roman coin struck to commemorate the victory over Pyrrhus and his elephants.

"Allocution; from an imperial Roman bronze coin in the British Museum."-Whitney, 1902

Roman Coin

"Allocution; from an imperial Roman bronze coin in the British Museum."-Whitney, 1902

"The so-called Republican, the earliest coinage, began at an early period of Roman history, and subsisted till about 80 B.C. Its standard metal was copper or bronze, an alloy of copper." &mdash; Chambers, 1881

Roman Coin

"The so-called Republican, the earliest coinage, began at an early period of Roman history, and subsisted…

A coin with a female figure of Ceres, holding ears of corn and the torch of Minerva.

Roman Coin

A coin with a female figure of Ceres, holding ears of corn and the torch of Minerva.

An illustration of a roman coin (denarius). The left side represents the laurel-crowned head of Titus. The right side depicts a female sitting underneath a palm tree with helmets behind her. The Roman currency system included the denarius after 211 BC, a small silver coin, and it was the most common coin produced for circulation but was slowly debased until its replacement by the antoninianus.

Roman Coins (Denarius)

An illustration of a roman coin (denarius). The left side represents the laurel-crowned head of Titus.…

Semiramis, the Assyrian Venus, standing on a ship; inscription: <i>Askalo</i>.

Semiramis

Semiramis, the Assyrian Venus, standing on a ship; inscription: Askalo.

A coin of ancient Rome, the sesterce.

Sesterce

A coin of ancient Rome, the sesterce.

The sestertius or sesterce was an ancient silver coin during the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire.

Sestertius

The sestertius or sesterce was an ancient silver coin during the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire.

"Coin of Syracuse" &mdash; Morey, 1903

Syracuse Coin

"Coin of Syracuse" — Morey, 1903

"Tabella, a billet or tablet, with which each citizen and judex voted in the comitia and courts of justice. In the comitia, if the business was the passing of a law, each citizen was provided with two tabellae, one inscribed V.R. "I vote for te law," the other inscribed A. "I am te old law." If the business was the election of a magistrate, each citizen was supplied with only one tablet, in which the names of the candidates were written, or the initials of their names; the voter then placed a mark against the one for whom he voted, whence puncta are spoken of in the sense of votes." &mdash Smith; 1873

Tabella

"Tabella, a billet or tablet, with which each citizen and judex voted in the comitia and courts of justice.…

"The Temple of Janus is represented as closed." &mdash; Anthon, 1891

Coin of Temple of Janus

"The Temple of Janus is represented as closed." — Anthon, 1891

Titus Flavius Vespasianus, commonly known as Vespasian (November 17, 9 &ndash; June 23, 79), was a Roman Emperor who reigned from 69 A.D. until his death in 79 A.D. Vespasian was the founder of the short-lived Flavian dynasty, which ruled the Roman Empire between 69 A.D. and 96 A.D. He was succeeded by his sons Titus (79&ndash;81) and Domitian (81&ndash;96).

Coin of Vespasian

Titus Flavius Vespasianus, commonly known as Vespasian (November 17, 9 – June 23, 79), was a Roman…

"Represents Vesta seated on a throne, with the Palladium of Rome in her hand." &mdash; Anthon, 1891

Coin of Vesta

"Represents Vesta seated on a throne, with the Palladium of Rome in her hand." — Anthon, 1891

A representation of Victory, inscribing on a shield the triumph of the Romans; at the same time, she tramples a battered helmet.  The second medal represents a warrior holding a blunt spear, a sheathed sword, and trampling on a helmet.  This denotes peace procured at the expense of the vanquished, represented by the woman weeping under a tree.

Victory

A representation of Victory, inscribing on a shield the triumph of the Romans; at the same time, she…