(1) In connexion with the two Antonine types of Britannia with the legionary standard, described in my paper on ‘Britannia on Roman Coins of the Second Century A.D.’ (J.R.S. xiv, p. 149 and note 2, plate xxiv, 5, 6), it should have been mentioned that there are two other provinces, besides Britannia, which are represented with this attribute instead of the usual vexillum. Both the Dacia of Hadrian (Cohen, Les monnaies de l'empire romain, 2, 11, pp. 150, 151, nos. 526–533) and her Trajanic predecessor (ibid. p. 31, nos. 125–127) hold a legionary standard, the former in her right hand, the latter in her left, and the same attribute appears in the Dacia Felix of Traianus Decius (Cohen, 2, V, p. 188, nos. 30–36). Secondly, Traianus Decius' Pannoniae types (ibid. pp. 193–4, nos. 79–89) have the legionary standard, contrasting in this respect with the Pannonia type of Aelius Verus, where the Province holds a vexillum (ibid. pp. 260–1, nos. 24–33). It is possible that the representation of the legionary standard, as opposed to the vexillum, in the case of these three provinces—Britannia, Dacia and Pannonia—may have had some special significance.