Roman Coins

Roman Coins

On this page are twenty-five fascinating drawings of Roman Coins in black and white. They come from the older books about Roman history. Ancient Roman coins were made of gold, silver, bronze, and even a mixture called orichalcum. They played a vital role in Roman society for centuries, facilitating trade, paying soldiers, and collecting taxes. The design on the coins often featured images of emperors, gods, or symbols of Roman power. Here you’ll see coins featuring temples, ships, famous Romans, and more. When you click on a thumbnail image, you’ll find more details about each coin if it was available. If you are finding these designs of Roman Coins useful, you should also stop by the galleries with more Ancient Roman Coins and perhaps Rulers of Rome. Enjoy!



More About Roman Coins

Handbook of Ancient Greek and Roman Coins: An Official Whitman Guidebook

The Metallurgy of Roman Silver Coinage: From the Reform of Nero to the Reform of Trajan

A Dictionary of Ancient Roman Coins

The Oxford Handbook of Greek and Roman Coinage (Oxford Handbooks)


More Images of Roman Coins