Human Generated Data

Title

Follis of Diocletian, Antioch

Date

299-300

People

Coin Constituent: Diocletian, Roman r. 284 - 305 CE

Classification

Coins

Credit Line

Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Transfer from the Department of the Classics, Harvard University, Bequest of Henry W. Haynes, 1912, 1977.216.3445.67

Human Generated Data

Title

Follis of Diocletian, Antioch

People

Coin Constituent: Diocletian, Roman r. 284 - 305 CE

Date

299-300

Classification

Coins

Machine Generated Data

Tags

Amazon
created on 2022-05-07

Money 99.1
Dime 99.1
Coin 99.1
Nickel 93.2

Imagga
created on 2022-05-07

shield 84.3
ingot 74.1
coin 71.7
currency 68.3
money 67.3
armor 67.1
coins 59
block 57.4
finance 52.5
protective covering 50.6
cash 50.4
banking 47
bank 40.4
covering 35.3
pay 29.8
close 28.6
financial 27.7
collection 26.2
metal 25.8
object 25.7
silver 22.1
old 21.6
wealth 21.6
business 21.3
historical 20.8
collect 20.7
change 20.2
retro 19.7
one 19.4
savings 16.8
penny 16.8
cent 16.7
economy 16.7
vintage 16.6
gold 16.5
numismatics 15.9
dollar 15.8
payment 15.4
exchange 15.3
round 14.7
investment 14.7
finances 14.5
shiny 14.3
monetary 12.7
buy 12.2
pound 11.6
success 10.5
commerce 10.3
rust 9.7
black 9.6
ancient 9.5
closeup 9.4
stock 9.4
ruble 8.9
coinage 8.9
market 8.9
symbol 8.8
crisis 8.7
invest 8.7
treasure 8.7
pennies 7.9
copper 7.9
states 7.7
us 7.7
rich 7.5

Google
created on 2022-05-07

Chin 96.7
Coin 89.3
Currency 87.3
Artifact 86.2
Money 85.7
Nickel 82.7
Money handling 79
Cash 76.9
Circle 75.1
Tree 72.8
Metal 69.5
Ancient history 68.8
History 67.1
Antique 65.4
Bronze 64.2
Collectable 60.9
Copper 58.5
Wood 54.6
Mint 53

Microsoft
created on 2022-05-07

coin 100
object 100
currency 83
money 80.1
bronze 78.8
cash 73.9
metal 71.8
mint 71.5
money handling 70.4
nickel 61.5

Captions

Microsoft

a close up of a coin 86.5%
close up of a coin 84%
a coin on a table 63.1%

Text analysis

Amazon

cm

Google

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