Coins from Italia
Italia was the name of the Italian Peninsula during the Roman era. It was not a province, but the territory of the city of Rome, thus having a special status.

Italy and its borders expanded over time, until Augustus finally organized it as an administrative division consisting of eleven regions (from the Alps to the Ionian Sea).

Italy was privileged by Augustus and his heirs, with the construction, among other public structures, of a dense network of Roman roads. The Italian economy flourished: agriculture, handicraft and industry had a sensible growth, allowing the export of goods to the other provinces.

Italia

(1) Dionysios I After 410 BC
Obverse: Head of Athena left, wearing Corinthian helmet with olive wreath; dolphin before and behind
Reverse: Hippocamp left; reins trailing.
Ref: Calciati 44
(2) Dionysios I After 410 BC
Obverse: Head of Athena left, wearing Corinthian helmet with olive wreath
Reverse: Hippocamp left
Ref: Calciati 44
(3) Germanicus 40-41 AD
Obverse: GERMANICVS CAESAR TI AVG F DIVI AVG N, Bare head of Germanicus facing left
Reverse: C CAESAR DIVI AVG PRON AVG PM TR P IIII P P, Inscription around large SC
Ref: RIC I Caligula 50
(4) Geta 198-200 AD
Obverse: L SEPTIMIVS GETA CAES, bareheaded draped bust right.
Reverse: FELICITAS TEMPOR, Felicitas standing left, holding short caduceus and cornucopiae
Ref: RIC 2; Sear 7174; C 44.
(5) Hieron II 275-215 B.C
AE unit Syracuse
Obverse: Head of Poseidon left, wearing tainia
Reverse: Trident flanked by two dolphins swimming downward
Ref: SNG ANS 982