The discovery of a dupondius from Tiberius and of a sestertius from Claudius, along layers dating before the fire of July 64 AD, has helped to solve the problem of the chronology of the countermark NCAPR. An analysis of the Neronian stratigraphies in the sites of Meta Sudans and the north-eastern slope of the Palatine Hill may lead to think that the countermark belongs to the congiarium of 57 AD.

Due monete contromarcate NCAPR dallo scavo delle pendici nord-orientali del Palatino

PARDINI, GIACOMO
2009

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The discovery of a dupondius from Tiberius and of a sestertius from Claudius, along layers dating before the fire of July 64 AD, has helped to solve the problem of the chronology of the countermark NCAPR. An analysis of the Neronian stratigraphies in the sites of Meta Sudans and the north-eastern slope of the Palatine Hill may lead to think that the countermark belongs to the congiarium of 57 AD.
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