105 Roman coins were recovered from the excavation at Liverpool Street.
The inscriptions for this particular coin (bold below) and translations (in brackets) are:
- Obverse: AVRELIVS CA-ESAR AVG (Augustus) PII (pious) FIL(son) (i.e. The pious son of the Augustus – his adoptive dad Antoninus), laurel draped bust
- Reverse: TR (Tribunician) POT-VIII (Potestas = tribunician Power for the 8th time)COS II (Consuli = Consul for the 2nd time). S C, Minerva standing holding owl and vertical spear, round shield at feet. The S C are the letters either side of Minerva = Senatus Consultum.