Les pièces de la ville d'Osca

(en) Huesca dates from pre-Roman times, and was once known as Bolskan in the ancient Iberian language. It was once the capital of the Vescetani, in the north of Hispania Tarraconensis, on the road from Tarraco (modern Tarragona) and Ilerda (modern Lleida) to Caesaraugusta (modern-day Zaragoza). During Roman times, the city was rebuilt as Osca, and was a Roman colony under the rule of Quintus Sertorius, who made Osca his base. The city minted its own coinage and was the site of a prestigious school founded by Sertorius to educate young Iberians in Latin and Roman customs. After Sertorius, it is thought that it was renamed Ileoscan (Ἰλεόσκαν) by Strabo. Osca appears to have been situated on silver mines. A notable coin from Osca is the denarius of Domitius Calvinus, chronologically issued between the issues with Iberian legend and the coins depicting imperial titles. The denarius commemorates his victory over the Ceretanians. Osca also issued some transition-type bronze coinage without imperial titles, whose bust might be Octavian. Osca continued to issue Roman provincial coins.

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Ibérie (antique) › Peninsular Northeast › Suessetani, Peuple des › Osca, Ville de • Denarius (39-27 avant JC)

1 denier = 2 quinaires = 10 asses


Argent • 3,8 g • ⌀ 18,0 mm
ACIP# 1427, CNH# 1, N# 309703

Ibérie (antique) › Peninsular Northeast › Suessetani, Peuple des › Osca, Ville de • Devise non déterminée

(-204 à -154)

Argent • 3,86 g
GCV# 28, Heiss# 1, N# 335505
(-204 à -154)

Bronze • 13,03 g • ⌀ 25 mm
GCV# 29, Heiss# 4, N# 335647

Rome › Rome, Provinces de › Tarraconaise › Osca

Æ28 - Tiberius (Osca)

Bronze • 12,6 g • ⌀ 27 mm
RPC I# 295, N# 287514

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