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An as commemorating the Battle of Naulochus
Commemorating the battle of Naulochus and M. V. Agrippa Fleet Commander BC36. Obverse: Within a pearled border the head of M. Vipsanius Agrippa, laureate (left). Reverse: Within a pearled border, Neptune, nude, standing, a trident in his left and a dolphin in his right hand. Inscribed: 'S[ENATUS] C[ONSULTO]'. Pompey was defeated by Octavian in the battle.
- Image reference: E9209-1
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London