Curator’s tourmoney makes history. Roman coins tell the story
Coins are not only means of payment and propaganda instruments of the emperors, but also tell us about many aspects of everyday life in Roman times. How were they designed and where were they minted? How many sesterces was an aureus worth? What do coins have to do with cult and death? In the guided tour, the curator of the exhibition, Wolfgang Sölder, uses Roman coins to provide insights into the historical and economic development of the Alto Adige region from the occupation in 15 BC onwards.
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