A lost aureus of Magnia Urbica


In 1910 Ödön Gohl, the editor of the first Hungarian numismatic journal, the Numizmatikai Közlöny, reported a rare coin find from the territory of Dunapentele (Roman Intercisa, now Dunaújváros, Fejér County). It was a pierced ’gold coin’ of Magnia Urbica, the wife of Emperor Carinus.