AEMILIA COINS

The gens Aemilia, originally written Aimilia, was one of the most ancient patrician houses at Rome. The family was said to have originated in the reign of Numa Pompilius, the second King of Rome, and its members held the highest offices of the state, from the early decades of the Republic to imperial times. The Aemilii were probably one of the gentes maiores, the most important of the patrician families. Their name was associated with two major roads (the Via Aemilia and the Via Aemilia Scauri), an administrative region of Italy, and the Basilica Aemilia at Rome.

Silver Denarius - Aemilia ( -114 to -113 )

Silver Denarius - Aemilia ( -114 to -113 )

Silver Denarius - Aemilia ( -62 )

Silver Denarius - Aemilia ( -62 )

Silver Denarius - Aemilia ( -62 )

Silver Denarius - Aemilia ( -61 )

Silver Denarius - Aemilia ( -58 )

Silver Denarius - Aemilia ( -58 )

Silver Denarius - Aemilia ( -61 )

Silver Denarius - Aemilia ( -58 )

Silver Denarius - Aemilia ( -58 )

Silver Denarius - Aemilia ( -58 )

Silver Denarius - Aemilia ( -58 )

Silver Denarius - Aemilia ( -44 )