I Just bought my second Roman coin, and am working on
The Obverse reads "DNVALLICINLICINIVSNOBC"
Obviously, it is from Licinius II, but beyond that, I need
help deciphering it.
On the reverse, below Jupiter Standing Flanked with an eagle
and a baptive are what appears to be the letters SMKA.
My assumption is that the SM refers to "Sacred Money", the K
refers to "Carthage" and what I think is an "A" is a Greek
Delta symbol, refering to the workshop it was made in.
Am I way off base here? This is a first for me....
A small image of it is at