‘Fake’ Gold Coins Prove Roman Emperor Sponsian Was Real

The controversial Sponsian coin. Source: The Hunterian / University of Glasgow

For many years, a hoard of Roman coins uncovered in Transylvania in 1713 were thought to be forgeries, with the ancient coinage displaying the name of an apparently “lost” emperor known as Sponsian.


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