- Museum number
Gold coin. (whole)
Head of Claudius, laureate, right. (obverse)
Triumphal arch, inscribed, surmounted by equestrian statue left between two trophies; the rider has right arm extended and holds spear in left hand. (reverse)
- Production date
Die-axis: 5 o'clock
Weight: 7.94 grammes
- Curator's comments
- The successful conquest of Britain in AD 43 was not celebrated on the coinage until this reverse type was first issued in AD 46-47.
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
2021-2022 Aug - Oct, China, Suzhou Museum, 'Rome; City & Empire'
2021 13 Feb-15 Aug, Belgium, Tongeren, Gallo-Romeins Museum, 'Rome; City & Empire'
2018-2019 20 Sep-04 Feb, Canberra, National Museum of Australia, 'Rome; City &Empire'
2018 23 Feb – 22 Apr, Nashville, Frist Art Museum, 'Rome; City &Empire'
2013/14 21 Sep-5 Jan, Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, Roman Empire, Power And People
2014 25 Jan-27 Apr, Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery, Roman Empire, Power and People
2014 17 May-31 August, Coventry, the Herbert Museum, Roman Empire, Power and People
2014/15 20 Sep-4 Jan, Manchester Museum, Roman Empire, Power and People
2015 24 Jan-5 May, The McManus, Dundee, Roman Empire, Power and People
2015 30 May - 13 Sep, Tyne and Wear Museum, Roman Empire, Power and People
- Acquisition date
- Coins and Medals
- Registration number
- C&M catalogue number
RE1 (171) (49)