Rome 18 BCE
Obverse type (not shown): bust of Victory
TYPE: Kneeling Parthian returning standards
LEGEND: CAESAR AVGVSTVS SIGN(is) RECE(ptis)
The image of the defeated, kneeling Parthian was especially popular. People even wore the image on rings. Cp. Horace's description of Phraates, the Parthian king, "on his knees accepting the right and rule of Caesar." (Epodes 1.12.27) and Res Gestae 29.
Caesar Augustus, the standards returned.