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The imagery on Roman coins took a turn when Julius Caesar issued coins bearing his own portrait, as opposed to the usual illustration of religious scenes or personifications of various deities. In the centuries that followed the image of the Roman emperor took on a special importance and became the main focus. Coins often attempted to make the emperor appear god-like. Heirs apparent, predecessors, and other family members also featured.

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