TIBERIUS BRONZE AE 28 OF ANTIOCH – AD 31/32 ISSUE AT TIME OF CHRIST’S CRUCIFIXION – AU NGC GRADED ROMAN PROVINCIAL COIN OF THE TWELVE CAESARS (Inv. 12688)
ROMAN EMPIRE. PROVINCIAL ISSUE OF ANTIOCH, SYRIA UNDER TIBERIUS, AD 14-37
Bronze AE28, 14.64 g, g., 28 mm, struck AD 31/32.
Obv. Laureate head of Tiberius right.
Rev. SC within oak wreath.
RPC 4272; McAlee 217b.
NGC graded AU, Strike 4/5, Surface 3/5, with a good portrait of Tiberius. This emission, struck under Tiberius’ TR POT XXXIII corresponds to AD 31/32, just about the time when modern sources believe Christ was crucified.