Coins from Dacia Superior
Dacia was a province of the Roman Empire from 106 to 274–275 AD. It was from the very beginning organized as an imperial province, fitting a border area, and remained so throughout the Roman occupation.

The Roman authorities undertook a massive and organized colonization of Dacia. New mines were opened and ore extraction intensified, while agriculture, stock breeding, and commerce flourished in the province. Dacia began to supply grain not only to the military personnel stationed in the province but also to the rest of the Balkan area. It became an urban province, with about 10 cities known, 8 of which held the highest rank of colonia, though the number of cities was fewer than in the region's other provinces.
Dacia Superior
(1) Decius
An AE unit struck 250-251 AD in Ulpia Traiana (Dacia)?
Obverse: laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right from behind; IMP TRAIANVS DECIVS AVG

Reverse: Dacia holding bundle of rice and short scepter standing half-left between lion and eagle, PROVIN_C_IA DACIA / AN V

Diameter: 25.5 mm
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 12.9 g
VII 250 - VI 251 AD
AMNG (Pick) Ref: 39; Pick-Martin Ref.: 3.56.1
(2) Geto-Dacians
An AU Stater struck c. 40-29 BC in Sarmizegetusa?
Obverse: togate L. Junius Brutus between two lictors left; KOΣΩN

Reverse: eagle left, holding wreath and scepter in talon

Diameter: 19 mm
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 8.6 g
Original issue was made by L. Junius Brutus prior the battle of Philippi to pay Geto-Dacian troops. Legend (BR) KOΣΩN probably means "of Brutus the consul". These coins were subsequently imitated in slightely worse style and gold quality. They were made of Dacian gold possibly struck in Sarmizegetusa.
Iliescu 2; RPC I 1701B; BMC Thrace p. 208, 2.
An AE unit struck 253-254 AD in Ulpia Traiana (Dacia)?
Obverse: Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right from behind; IMP P LIC VALERIANO AVG

Reverse: Dacia holding branch and scepter standing half-left between lion and eagle; PROVIN_CIA DACIA / AN VIII

Diameter: 25 mm
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 10.48 g
X 253 - VII 254 AD
Pick-Martin Ref.: 7.56.(1/2)