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How we used ancient coins to show a 'fake' Roman emperor was real

By Paul Pearson, Honorary Professor, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Cardiff University
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Disregarded as ‘fakes’ for decades, new analysis of coins bearing the face of a mysterious emperor is providing answers about a heady gap in Roman history.The Conversation

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