This collection of coins range from the dates of 8 BC to 164 AD. Each coin has a specific reason as to why it was made, how much each was worth, and what they each represent. All located inside the Roman Empire and produced by important leaders, these coins are made out of different materials that represent how much each one is worth. Some common material that coins were made out of in the Roman Empire would be gold, copper, silver and brass. The front sides are usually carved with the face of whom the coin is dedicated to, or the main person that caused the meaning for that coin to be made. The tail side usually contains a symbol that represents a message such as freedom, suffering or independence. Usually, you can tell the backstory and the reasoning of the coins by finding out who the important person is, and the symbol on the tail side of the coin, representing what might have happened in the story or in that special event. The leader shown on the head side of each coin represent them because of an important event they lead, where the event is on the tails side. Each and every single one of these events that have occurred has shaped the way Roman society was and why the Roman society was able to purchase goods. Leaders thought it would be a good idea to appreciate these achievements by placing them on coins that citizens see every day. Coins were the main reason as to why citizens of the Roman society could purchase what they needed for their lifestyle. There have been a lot of coins produced every once in a while, but their leaders didn't make the coins for no reason at all. The events and people who were the reason for the makings of these coins have made large impacts and have made history that represent how the Roman society is reflected upon us to this day. These are all related in terms of makings, design, material, meaning, date and placing Rome’s economical system in a good place.