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101 viewsJulia Domna
Stobi, Macedonia
2 Assaria
Obv. Dr bust r, IVLIA · AV-GVSTA round
Rev. Nike walking r, palm over l shoulder, wreath in raised r hand, wheel at her feet, MVNICIP - STOBENSIV round.
5.08 gm, 23 mm
5 commentsManzikert
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67 viewsJulia Domna
Stobi, Macedonia
2 assaria
Obv. Dr bust r, IVLIA - AVGV[STA] round.
Rev. Nike walking l, palm over l shoulder, wreath in raised r hand, wheel at her feet, MVNICI STO - BEN round.
5.57 gm, 23 mm
Cohen IV 266-267, BMCG 8
1 commentsManzikert
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85 viewsJulia Domna
Stobi, Macedonia
2 assaria
Obv. Dr bust r, IVLIA - AVGVSTA round.
Rev. Nike walking r, palm over l shoulder, wreath in raised r hand, MVNIC - S - TOBEN round
6.05 gm, 23 mm
Cohen IV 269, SNG Cop 332, Josifovski 212, same dies (V63, R68), citing Vienna 9885 [from whitetd49]
2 commentsManzikert
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115 viewsJULIAN II - AR Siliqua - 361-363 AD - Mint of Lugdvnvm
Obv.: FL CL IVLIANVS P P AVG
Pearl diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right
Rev.: VOTIS V MVLTIS X. In ex. PLVG
Legend in three lines within wreath
g. 1,9 mm. 17
Cohen 163, RIC 227
2 commentsMaxentius
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61 viewsJULIAN II - AE1 - 361-363 - Mint of Antioch
Obv.: D N FL CL IVLIANVS P F AVG
Pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right
Rev.: SECVRITAS REIPVB
Bull standing right, two stars above; (palm) ANTB (palm).
Maxentius
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40 viewsJVLIA DOMNA - Denarius - 196/211 AD
Obv.: IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust right
Rev.: SAECVLI FELICITAS, Isis, standing right, left foot on prow, holding Horus; behind, rudder resting against altar.
Gs. 3,4 mm. 17,9
Cohen 174, RIC 577
Maxentius
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24 viewsJVLIA MAESA - Denarius - 218/222 AD
Obv.: IVLIA MAESA AVG, draped bust right
Rev.: PVDICITIA, Pudicitia seated left, raising veil and holding scepter.
Gs. 2,5 mm. 18,6
Cohen 36, RIC 268
Maxentius
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25 viewsJVLIA MAMAEA - Sestertius - 226/228 AD
Obv.: IVLIA MAMAEA AVGVSTA, diademed draped bust right.
Rev.: VESTA S C, Vesta standing left, holding patera and transverse sceptre.
RIC 710, Cohen 88.
Maxentius
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34 viewsJVLIAN II - AE3 - 361-363 AD. Constantinople mint
Obv.: DN FL CL IVLIANVS P F AVG, diademed, helmeted, cuirassed bust left with sheild and spear
Rev.: VOT X MVLT XX, four lines in laurel wreath, (dot) CONSPB (branch) in ex.
Gs.: 3,3 mm. 20,6
RIC 167
Maxentius
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33 viewsJVLIAN II AE3 - 361-363 AD. - Rome mint
Obv.: DN FL CL IVLIANVS P F AVG, diademed, helmeted, cuirassed bust left with sheild and spear
Rev.: VOT X MVLT XX, four lines in laurel wreath, VRB ROMP in ex.
Gs. 2,9 mm. 22,5
RIC 329
Maxentius
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49 viewsJVLIAN II - AE3 - 355/360 - Aquileia mint
Obv.: D N CL IVLIANVS NOB CAES, draped & cuirassed bust right
Rev.: FEL TEMP REPARATIO, soldier spearing fallen horseman. AQT in ex.
Gs. 2,5 mm. 16,7
RIC 213
Maxentius
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20 viewsJULIA DOMNA
AR Denarius
17.8 mm, 3.1 grams

OBV: IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust right.
REV: HILARITAS, Hilaritas standing left with palm & cornucopiae, children to either side of her.
RIC-IVa – 557
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19 viewsJULIA MAMAEA
AR Denarius
20 mm, 3.2 grams

OBV: IVLIA MAMAEA AVG, diademed & draped bust right REV: FELICITAS PVBLICA, Felicitas standing front, head left, legs crossed, holding caduceus & leaning left arm on column.
RIC-IVb- 335
ziggy9
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Julian II RIC 100, Heraclea 355-360 CE25 viewsObverse: DN IVLIA-NVS NOB C, bare-headed, cuirassed bust right.
Reverse: SPES REI-PVBLIC, emperor helmeted in military dress, standing left, holding globe and spear.
SMHD in ex. Heraclea mint. 17.4 mm., 1.8 g.
NORMAN K
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Julian II, AE3 Constantinople RIC 167, 361-363 CE 16 viewsObverse: DN FL CL IVLIANVS P F AVG, helmeted and cuirassed bust right, holding spear forward and shield.
Reverse: VOT X MVLT XX in four lines across field within wreath.
Dot CONSPB (palm) in ex. RIC VIII 167. 18.5 mm, 3.4 g.
NORMAN K
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11.5 Julia Titi43 viewsJulia Titi, Daughter of Titus (A.D. 79-80). Augusta, A.D. 79-90/1. AE dupondius. Rome mint, struck A.D. 79/80 by Titus. From the RJM Collection.
Julia Titi, Daughter of Titus (A.D. 79-80). Augusta, A.D. 79-90/1. AE dupondius (27.82 mm, 10.08 g, 5 h). Rome mint, struck A.D. 79/80 by Titus. IVLIA IMP T AVG F AVGVSTA, draped bust of Julia right, hair drawn-up in bun / Vesta seated left holding palladium and scepter; S - C // VESTA. RIC 398 (Titus); BN (Titus) 270, 271; BMC (Titus) 256, 257. Fine, green patina, cleaning marks.

From the RJM Collection.

Ex Agora Auctions, 5/9/2017
3 commentsSosius
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24.5 Julia Domna20 viewsJULIA DOMNA
AR Denarius. Laodicea mint, 197 A.D. 2.8g

IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust right / VESTAE SANCTAE, Vesta standing left holding patera & scepter.

RIC 648, Sear5 #6614, RSC 246.
Sosius
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24.5 Julia Domna13 viewsJULIA DOMNA
AR Denarius. (3.2g), 216 AD

IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG, draped bust right / VENVS GENETRIX, Venus seated left, extending right hand and holding sceptre in left.

RIC 388c [Caracalla], RSC 212, BMC 23B; VF
Ex. Ancient Roman Coins, Fort Collins, CO
Sosius
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24.5 Julia Domna11 viewsJULIA DOMNA
AR Denarius (3.2g), 196 AD

IVLIA AVGVSTA, Draped bust right / HILARITAS, Hilaritas standing left between two children (Caracalla and Geta) holding palm frond and cornucopia

RIC 557 (Sept Sev); Sear 1840, Cohen 79; aVF/F
Ex. Ancient Roman Coins, Fort Collins, CO
Sosius
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24.5 Julia Domna13 viewsJULIA DOMNA
AR Denarius. Laodicea mint
196-202 AD

IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust right / PVDICITIA, Pudicitia seated left, raising drapery from shoulder

Sear 6602; RIC 644, RSC 168, BMC 514. VF, compact flan.
Sosius
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29.1 Julia Paula15 viewsJULIA PAULA
AR Denarius. 220 AD

IVLIA PAVLA AVG, draped bust right / CONCORDIA, Concordia seated left, holding patera; star in left field.

RSC 6, RIC 211, Sear 7655
Condition: Holed and Ugly
Sosius
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29.4 Julia Soaemias12 viewsJulia Soaemias
Mother of Elagabalus
AR Denarius, 3.05g, AD 220

IVLIA SOAEMIAS AVG, draped bust right / VENVS CAELESTIS, Venus standing left, holding apple and sceptre, star in field

RIC 241; C 8; RCV 7719
Ex Ancient Treasures
Sosius
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29.4 Julia Soaemias10 viewsROMAN IMPERIAL
Julia Soaemias
Mother of Elagabalus
AR Denarius, 3.05g, AD 220

IVLIA SOAEMIAS AVG, draped bust right / VENVS CAELESTIS, Venus standing left, holding apple and sceptre, star in field

RIC 241; C 8; RCV 7719
Sosius
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29.4 Julia Soaemias55 viewsJULIA SOAEMIAS,
AR denarius, Rome (2.8g)

IVLIA SOAEMIAS AVG, draped bust right / VENVS CAELESTIS, Venus diademed seated left on throne, apple in right, scepter in left, child at her feet

SRCV II 7720, RIC IV 243, RSC III 14 EF
Ex Blanchard & Co. - Control # 72454
3 commentsSosius
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29.5 Julia Maesa13 viewsJulia Maesa
Denarius (Limes?) 218-222 AD

IVLIA MAESA AVG, draped bust right / PIETAS AVG, Pietas standing left, raising both hands up, lighted altar to left.

RIC 266; Sear 7755
Sosius
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Julian II RIC 370 Siscia, 355-360 CE19 viewsObverse: DN IVLIANVS NOB CAES, bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust right.
Reverse: FEL TEMP-REPARATIO, soldier standing left, spearing fallen horseman who is wearing Phrygian helmet, reaching backwards, M to left, DSIS-Zigzag in ex
RIC VIII Siscia 370, 16.9 mm., 2.2 g.
NORMAN K
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JULIAN II, RIC VIII 108 Sirmium 22 viewsJulian II, 361-363 CE. Æ 20.5 mm., 3.3 g. Sirmium mint.
Obverse: DN FL CL IVLIANVS P F AVG, helmeted and cuirassed bust right, holding spear forward and shield.
Reverse: VOT X MVLT XX in four lines across field within wreath; ASIRM.; LRBC 1619. hard green patina
NORMAN K
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Julian II, RIC VIII 210 Thessalonica25 viewsJulian II "the Apostate," February 360 - 26 June 363 A.D.
Bronze AE 2
Obverse: DN FL CL IVLIANVS PF AVG, pearl diademed and cuirassed bust left, holding spear and shield.
Reverse: VOT X MVLT XX in four lines within wreath.
SMTS in ex. Thessalonica mint, 20.6 mm, 3.0 g.
NORMAN K
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Julian II, RIC VIII 315 Rome22 viewsJulian II, AE, Rome.
Obverse: DN CL IVL IVLIANVS NC, bare-headed, cuirassed bust right.
Reverse: FEL TEMP REPARATIO, soldier standing left, one kneeraised, spearing a fallen horseman who is looking left,reaching backwards, wearing Phrygian helmet.
Mintmark R dot M dot S. 16mm, 2.4 g.
NORMAN K
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Julian II, RIC VIII 376 Siscia24 viewsJulian II "the Apostate," February 360 - 26 June 363 A.D.
Bronze AE 3, as Caesar 355 - 361 A.D.; Obverse: D N IVLIANVS NOB CAES, cuirassed bust right
Reverse FEL TEMP REPARATIO, soldier spearing fallen horseman, M in left field, pellet in right.
ΔSISD in ex.,RIC VIII 376 Siscia mint, 2.2g, 16.9mm, scarce
NORMAN K
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12 viewsROME
PB Tessera (20mm, 2.94 g, 6h)
Victory standing right, holding wreath and palm frond
M
Rostowzew 1956 var. (no letters on obv.). "IVLIA" and "VICTOR" in India ink on obverse, "FARSALI/IA" and "MAXIMA" on reverse

Ex Classical Numismatic Group 55 (13 September 2000), lot 1201 (part of)
Ardatirion
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(0193) JUIA DOMNA34 viewsb. ca. 170, d. 217
(wife of Septimius Severus; mother of emperors Geta and Caracalla)
AR Fouree Denarius 19 mm, 3.49 g
O: IVLIA AVGVSTA draped bust right
R: FORTVN-[A]E AVG, Fortuna standing left holding cornucopiae
)(reverse type does not appear to have been used on official Domna denarius issues)
laney
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(0193) JULIA DOMNA23 views(wife of Septimius Severus; mother of emperors Geta and Caracalla)
196 - 211 AD (STRUCK 202 AD)
AR DENARIUS 19mm 1.90 g
O: IVLIA AVGVSTA
DRAPED BUST R
R:HILARITAS
HILARITAS STANDING L HOLDING PALM AND CORNUCOPIA, BETWEEN 2 SMALL BOYS
ROME
RSC 79
laney
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(0194) JULIA DOMNA17 views(wife of Septimius Severus)
194-217 AD
Fouree denarius, 19.5 mm, 3.74 g
O:IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG, draped bust right, hair in chignon in back
R: FEL—IC—ITAS, veiled Felicitas standing half-left, holding caduceus and long scepter
(Mule--obverse of RIC 375, RSC 49; with reverse of RIC 551, RSC 47)
laney
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(02) AUGUSTUS63 viewsAE 24.5 mm 10.61 g
27 BC - 14 AD
O: Bare Head of Augustus R
R: IVLIA / TRAD within Wreath

Julia Traducta, Spain
laney
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(02) AUGUSTUS69 views AUGUSTUS
AUGUSTUS
27 BC - 14 AD
AE 24mm 12.02g
O: [PERM C]AE[S] AVG
BUST L
R: IVLIA TRAD WITHIN OAK WREATH
JULIA TRADUCTA, SPAIN
1 commentslaney
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(02) AUGUSTUS29 views27 BC - 14 AD
AE 25mm 10.47g
O: BARE HEAD L
R: IVLIA TRAD WITHIN WREATH
SPAIN, JULIA TRADUCTA
laney
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(02) AUGUSTUS28 views27 BC - 14 AD
AE 24 mm 7.88 g
O: PERM CAES AV[G]
BARE HEAD LEFT
R: IVLIA TRAD WITHIN WREATH
SPAIN, JULIA TRADUCTA
laney
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(02) AUGUSTUS10 views27 BC- 14 AD,  AE 23 mm, 6.61 g O: PERM CAES AVG. around bare head of
Augustus, left R: IVLIA TRADUCTA in two lines within
wreath. Hispania Baetica (Spain), Julia Traducta mint
RPC I, 108, SNG Copenhagen 459.
laney
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(0218a) JULIA SOAEMIAS24 views(mother of Elagabalus)
218 - 222 AD (Augusta)
AR Denarius 17 mm 2.07 g
Obv: IVLIA SOAEMIAS AVG, draped bust right.
Rev: VENVS CAELESTIS, Venus seated left holding apple and scepter, child standing before her.
Rome
RIC 243
laney
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(0222) JULIA MAMAEA25 views(mother of Severus Alexander)
190 - 235 AD (STRUCK 226 AD)
AR DENARIUS 18 mm 2.38 g
O: IVLIA MAMAEA AVG
DIAD DR BUST R
R:VESTA
VESTA STANDING L HOLDING PALLADIUM AND SCEPTER
ROME
laney
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(0222) JULIA MAMAEA21 views(mother of Severus Alexander)
227 - 238 AD
AE As 25.5 mm 7.02 g
O: IVLIA MAMAEA AVGVSTA
DIAD BUST R
R: [FELICI]TAS PVBLICA SC
FELICITAS STANADING FRONT, HEAD L, LEGS CROSSED, HOLDING CADUCEUS AND LEANING ON COLUMN
laney
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(0222) JULIA MAMAEA17 views(mother of Severus Alexander)
AE 23.5 mm, 8.18 g
222 - 235 AD
O: IVLIA MAMAEA AVG, diademed draped bust right
R: COL FL PAC DEVLTUM, Fortuna standing left with rudder & cornucopiae.
Deultum mint; Moushmov 3630
laney
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(0355) JULIAN II35 viewsCaesar: 355 –360
Augustus: 360 -- 361.
Sole Augustus: 361 –363
struck 360 - 363 AD as Augustus
AE 20 mm 3.69 g
O: [DN FL CL] IVLIANVS PF AVG
HELMETED DIAD DUIR BUST L HOLDING SHIELD AND SPEAR
R: VOT/X/MVLT/XX WITHIN WREATH
BSIRM IN EXE
SIRMIUM
laney
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(0355) JULIAN II32 viewsCaesar: 355 –360
Augustus: 360 -- 361.
Sole Augustus: 361 –363
struck 360 - 363 AD, as Augustus
AE 15.5 mm max. 1.51 g
Obv: FL CL IVLIAN-VS P F AVG, diademed draped bust right
Rev: SPES REIPVBLICAE, emperor standing left in military dress holding globe & spear
Rare
laney
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(0355) JULIAN II20 viewsAE 15.5 mm; 1.72 g
O: D N FL CL IVLIANVS NOB CS, draped and cuirassed bust right.
R: SPES REIPVBLICE, emperor standing left holding globe and spear; uncertain mark in left field
Cyzicus mint
laney
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(0355) JULIAN II (as Caesar)32 viewsCaesar: 355 –360
Augustus: 360 -- 361.
Sole Augustus: 361 –363
AE 15.5 mm, 1.83 g
O: DN CL IVLIANVS NOB CAES, bare headed, draped and cuirassed bust right;
R: SPES REI-PVBLICAE, emperor standing left, helmeted, in military dress, globe in right, spear in left; ASIS in exe.
Siscia Mint
laney
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(0355) JULIAN II (as Caesar)21 viewsCaesar: 355 –360
Augustus: 360 -- 361.
Sole Augustus: 361 –363
AE 17 mm 2.21 g
O: D N IVLIANVS NOB C bare-headed bust right
R: FEL TEMPO REPARATIO soldier spearing fallen horseman; ESIS in exe.
Siscia mint
laney
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(0355) JULIAN II (as Caesar)21 viewsCaesar: 355 –360
Augustus: 360 -- 361.
Sole Augustus: 361 –363
AE 17.5 mm 2.37 g
O: D N IVLIANVS NOB CAES; bust right
R: FEL TEMP REPARATIO soldier spearing fallen horseman; RBQ iin exe.
Rome mint
laney
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(0355) JULIAN II (as Caesar)23 viewsCaesar: 355 –360
Augustus: 360 -- 361.
Sole Augustus: 361 –363
AE 18 mm
O: IVLIANVS NOB C; bust right
R: FEL TEMP REPARATIO emperor spearing fallen horseman; M in center
laney
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(0355) JULIAN II (as Caesar)6 viewsCaesar: 355 –360
Augustus: 360 -- 361.
Sole Augustus: 361 –363
AE 16 mm, 2.12 g
O: IVLIANVS NOB C; bust right
R: FEL TEMP REPARATIO emperor spearing fallen horseman;
laney
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(0355) JULIAN II The Apostate (as Caesar)26 viewsJulian II as Caesar
Caesar: 355 –360
Augustus: 360 -- 361.
Sole Augustus: 361 –363
AE 18 mm; 2.29 g
O: D N IVLIAN-VS NOB C, bare-headed draped and cuirassed bust right;
R: FEL TEMP REPARATIO, soldier spearing fallen horseman, M in left field
Siscia mint
laney
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(0355) JULIAN II THE APOSTATE (as Caesar)27 viewsJulian II as Caesar
Caesar: 355 –360
Augustus: 360 -- 361.
Sole Augustus: 361 –363
struck 355 - 360 AD (Officina 2)
AE 17.5 mm; 2.33 g
Obv.: FL CL IVLIANVS NOB C / M , his bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust facing right
Rev.: FEL TEMP - REPARATIO helmeted soldier standing l., spearing fallen horseman; horseman, wearing pointed hat, leaning l. on horse, turned r. and raising hand, shield on ground r.; MSLG in exe.
Lugdunum (Lyon) mint
RIC VIII, 191, 200 (R) ; Bastien 248 (3 ex) ; nummus-bible-database.com: only 1 piece, also from officina 2. Rare
laney
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(0355) JULIAN II THE APOSTATE (as Caesar)22 viewsJulian II as Caesar
Caesar: 355 –360
Augustus: 360 -- 361.
Sole Augustus: 361 –363
AE 17 mm; 1.91 g
O: DN IVLIANV-S NOB CAES draped cuirassed bust right
R: SPES REIPVBLICE, emperor standing left holding globe and spear
laney
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(0355) JULIAN II THE APOSTATE (as Caesar)18 viewsCaesar: 355 –360
Augustus: 360 -- 361.
Sole Augustus: 361 –363
AE 16.5 mm; 2.25 g
O: D N CL IVLIANVS NOB CAES
R: FEL TEMP REPARATIO, helmeted soldier left spearing fallen horseman
laney
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(0355) JULIAN II THE APOSTATE (as Caesar)13 viewsCaesar: 355 –360
Augustus: 360 -- 361.
Sole Augustus: 361 –363
AE 18.5 mm max. 1.92 g
O: DN IVLIAN-VS NOB CAES
R: FEL TEMP R-EPARATIO, emperor spearing fallen horseman, M in center, PCON or TCON in ex.
Arles mint
laney
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(0355) JULIAN II THE APOSTATE (as Caesar)16 viewsJulian II as Caesar
AE 16 mm max; 1.83 g
Caesar: 355 –360
Augustus: 360 -- 361.
Sole Augustus: 361 –363
O: DN IVLIAN-VS NOB C draped and cuirassed bust right.
R: SPES REIPVBLICE, emperor standing left holding globe and spear
Siscia mint
laney
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*SOLD*84 viewsJulian II AE 1

Attribution: RIC VIII 164, Constantinople, scarce
Date: AD 361-363
Obverse: DN FL CL IVLIANVS PF AVG, pearl diademed, draped, and cuirassed bust r.
Reverse: SECVRITAS REIPVB dot, Apis bull stg. r., two stars above,
palm CONSPA palm in exergue (double struck)
Size: 28.9 mm
Weight: 8.7 grams
ex-Forvm
4 commentsNoah
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0007 - Denarius Julia Domna 198 AC26 viewsObv/IVLIA AVGVSTA, Julia Domna bust, draped, r.
Rev/HILARITAS, Hilaritas standing l., holding long palm and cornucopiae.

Ag, 18.8mm, 3.67g
Mint: Laodicea ad Mare.
RIC IVa/639 [S] - RCV 6586 - Cohen 72 - BMCRE 277, 600 - RSC 72
ex-sjblencoe (ebay)
dafnis
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004 - Julian II "the Apostate" (360-363 AD), AE 3 - RIC 10857 viewsObv: D N FL CL IVLIANVS P F AVG, pearldiademed, helmeted and cuirassed bust left, holding spear in right and shield in left hand.
Rev: VOT / X / MVLT / XX within wreath.
Minted in Sirmium (ASIRM in exe), first officina, summer 361 - 26 Jun 363 AD.
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0098 - Denarius Julia Domna 193-6 AC19 viewsObv/ IVLIA DOMNA AVG, draped bust r.
Rev/ VENERI VICTR, Venus, seen from behind, naked to below the buttocks, holding palm and apple, resting left elbow on column.

Ag, 18.6 mm, 3.27 g
Mint: Roma.
RIC IV.1/536 - BMCRE V/49
ex-Freeman & Sear, e-auction feb 2011, lot #KALA1292 064
1 commentsdafnis
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01-60 - Julia Traducta - AUGUSTO (27 A.C. - 14 D.C.)20 viewsAE AS 25 mm 13.3 gr.

Anv: "PERM CAES AVG" (Leyenda anti-horaria)- Busto a cabeza desnuda viendo a izquierda.
Rev: "IVLIA / TRAD" - Leyenda dentro de guirnalda.

Acuñada 15-04 A.C.
Ceca: Julia Traducta - Hispania

Referencias: RPC #108 - SNG Cop #459 - Sear GICTV #18 Pag.3 - Sear '88 #538 - Cohen Vol.1 #632 Pag.151 - Vives #164 Pag.13 - Heiss #2 Pag.336
mdelvalle
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0114 - Denarius Julia Domna 198-209 AC15 viewsObv/ IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust of J.D. r.
Rev/ SAECVLI FELICITAS, Isis standing right, polos on head, stepping on to prow of ship before her, holding wreath in right hand and naked Horus in left; behind her, ship stern and rudder.

Ag, 18.4 mm, 2.63 g
Mint: Roma.
BMCRE V/75 – RIC IV.1/577 [C]
ex-Gitbud & Naumann, eBay may 2011 - art. #1605899480471
dafnis
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0115 - Denarius Julia Domna 198-209 AC8 viewsObv/ IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust of J.D. r.
Rev/ PVDICITIA, Pudicitia veiled and draped, seated on stool., r.h. closing on breast, head front, resting l. elbow on throne.

Ag, 18.9 mm, 3.32 g
Mint: Roma.
BMCRE V/74 – RIC IV.1/576 [C]
ex-Numismatik Lanz, eBay june 2011 - art. #230623761581
dafnis
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0123 - Denarius Julia Domna 196-211 AC15 viewsObv/ IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust of J.D. r.
Rev/ VENVS FELIX, Venus standing facing, head l., holding apple in r.h. and drawing drapery from shoulder.

Ag, 19.0 mm, 2.82 g
Mint: Roma.
BMCRE V/88 – RIC IV.1/580 [S]
ex-Roma Numismatics, jul 2011 – art. #12335
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0131 - Denarius Julia Mamaea 222-35 AC12 viewsObv/ IVLIA MAMAEA AVG, draped bust of J.M. r., wearing diadem.
Rev/ VENVS VICTRIX, Venus standing l., holding helmet and scepter; shield at her l.

Ag, 20.2 mm, 3.10 g
Mint: Roma.
RIC IV.2/358 [C]
ex-Áureo & Calicó, auction jul 2011, lot 108
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0137 - Denarius Julia Mamaea 222-35 AC16 viewsObv/ IVLIA MAMAEA AVG, diademed and draped bust of J.M. r.
Rev/ VENERI FELICI, Venus standing r., holding Cupid and scepter.

Ag, 19.7 mm, 2.82 g
Mint: Roma.
RIC IV.2/351 [C]
ex-Numismatik Lanz, eBay jul 2011 - art. #230637829841
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0138 - Denarius Julia Domna 196-211 AC11 viewsObv/ IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust of J.D. r.
Rev/ VENVS GENETRICI, Venus standing l., holding patera and scepter.

Ag, 18.2 mm, 3.35 g
Mint: Roma.
BMCRE V/84 – RIC IV.1/578 [S]
ex-Numismatik Lanz, eBay jul 2011 - art. #300575544711
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0143 - Denarius Julia Domna 196-211 AC11 viewsObv/ IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust of J.D. r.
Rev/ PIETAS PVBLICA, Pietas veiled and draped, standing l., raising hands praying; to the l., burning altar decorated with garlands.

Ag, 18.9 mm, 3.00 g
Mint: Roma.
BMCRE V/69 – RIC IV.1/574 [S]
ex-Numismatik Lanz, eBay julio 2011 - art. #300571645923
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0144 - Antoninianus Julia Domna 211-17 AC18 viewsObv/ IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG, draped bust of J.D. r., crescent below.
Rev/ VENVS GENETRIX, Venus draped, seated l., r.h. extended and l.h. holding scepter.

Ag, 23.0 mm, 4.58 g
Mint: Roma.
BMCRE V/23A – RIC IV.1/388a [S]
ex-J.B. González Redondo (denarios.org), jul 2011
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0151 - Denarius Julia Domna 196-211 AC11 viewsObv/ IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust of J.D. r.
Rev/ VENVS VICTRIX, Venus standing l., holding helmet on extended r.h. and palm on l.h., leaning arm on column; to the l., shield on the ground.

Ag, 20.0 mm, 3.34 g
Mint: Roma.
BMCRE V/90 – RIC IV.1/581 [C]
ex-Numismatik Lanz, eBay jul 2011 - art. #230650283511
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0171 - Denarius Julia Soaemias16 viewsObv/ IVLIA SOAEMIAS AVGVSTA, draped bust of Julia Soaemias r.
Rev/IVNO REGINA. Juno, veiled, standing r., holding long scepter in l.h. and palladium on extended r.h.

Ag, 19.1mm, 3.61g
Mint: Rome.
RIC IV.II/237 [C] - BMCRE V/42 - Cohen 3
ex-Auctiones, e-auction 11, lot #75
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0177 - Denarius Julia Soaemias 218-22 AC18 viewsObv/ IVLIA SOAEMIAS AVG, togate bust of J.S. r.
Rev/ VENUS CAELESTIS, Venus togate, standing l., holding apple and long scepter; star on field r.

Ag, 20.5 mm, 3.24 g
Mint: Roma.
BMCRE V/45 - RIC IV.2/241 [C]
ex-Gitbud & Naumann, auction Pecunem 12, lot 636
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021. Julia Domna, wife of Septimius Severus, mother of Caracalla and Geta.61 viewsAE Sestertius. Rome mint

Obv. Draped and diademed bust right IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG

Rev. Juno standing peacock at feet IVNONEM SC.

Rome Mint, 211-217.

RIC 585. gVF
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023. Julia Maesa, grandmother of Elagabalus. AR Denarius.33 viewsAR Denarius. Eastern mint.

Obv. Draped bust right IVLIA MAESA AVG

Rev. Felicitas standing left holding long caduceus and sacrificing over altar SEACVLI FELCITAS, star in right field.

RIC271. CHEF, lustrous, weak strike, nicer than scan. Highest hair points on the obverse have lustre ruling out wear.


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025. Julia Paula AR Denarius. Concordia.81 viewsObv. Draped bust right IVLIA PAVLA AVG
Rev. Concordia seated left, holding patera; star to left CONCORDIA

19mm, 3.28g, 6h. Rome mint. Struck AD 220. RIC 211 (Elagabalus); Thirion 455; RSC 6a

Extremely Fine.
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026 - Julia Domna (c 170-217 AD), denarius - RIC 39033 viewsObv: IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG, draped bust right.
Rev: VESTA, Vesta standing left, palladium and scepter
Minted in Rome 211-217 AD under Caracalla.
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027 - Julia Domna (c 170-217AD), denarius - RIC 56431 viewsObv: IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust right.
Rev: MATER DEVM, Cybele seated left, holding branch and scepter, lion on either side.
Minted in Rome 196-211 under Septimius Severus.
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027 BC-14 AD - AUGUSTUS AE27 of Colonia Julia Traducta47 viewsobv: PERM.CAES.AVG (bare head of Augustus left)
rev: IVLIA.TRAD (in oak wreath)
ref: RPC99, C.151, S.0538, Burgos215
mint: Colonia Julia Traducta (Hispania)
10.77gms, 27mm

A rare coin from a colony of Hispania Baetica, Julia Traducta (today Algesiras)
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028. Julia Mamaea, mother of Severus Alexander. AR Denarius. Fecunditas.29 viewsAR Denarius. Rome mint.

Obv. Draped and diademed bust right IVLIA MAMAEA AVG.

Rev. Fecunditas standing left, stretching out right hand to little boy standing right stretching up arms towards her, she holds cornucopia FECVND AVGVSTAE.

RSC 5, RIC 331. gVF
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028. Julia Mamaea, mother of Severus Alexander. AR Denarius. Fecunditas.29 viewsAR Denarius. Rome mint.

Obv. Draped and diademed bust right IVLIA MAMAEA AVG

Rev. Fecunditas seated left with hand outstretched to child at feet FECVND AVGVSTAE.

RSC 6. EF
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028. Julia Mamaea, mother of Severus Alexander. AR Denarius. Felicitas.29 viewsAR Denarius. Rome mint.

Obv. Draped and diademed bust right IVLIA MAMAEA AVG

Rev. Felicitas seated left holding caduceus and cornucopia FELICITAS PVBLICA.

RSC 24, RIC 338. Fully lustrous, EF.
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028. Julia Mamaea, mother of Severus Alexander. AR Denarius. Felicitas.28 viewsAR Denarius.

Obv. Draped bust right IVLIA MAMAEA AVG

Rev. Felicitas leaning against column holding caduceus FELICITAS PVBLICA.

RSC 17, RIC 335. EF.
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028. Julia Mamaea, mother or Severus Alexander. AR Denarius. Juno.38 viewsAR Denarius. Rome mint.

Obv. Draped bust right IVLIA MAMAEA AVG

Rev. Juno standing left holding staff and patera, peacock at feat IVNO CONSERVATRIX.

RSC 35, RIC 343. EF
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028. Julia Mamaea, mother or Severus Alexander. AR Denarius. Pietas.31 viewsAR Denarius. Rome mint.

Obv. Draped and diadememed bust right IVLIA MAMAEA AVG

Rev. Pietas standing left sacrificing over altar PIETAS AVGVSTAE.

RSC 48, RIC346. UNC

Not the best scan of a beautiful, fully lustrous coins.
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028. Julia Mamaea, mother or Severus Alexander. AR Denarius. Vesta.40 viewsAR Denarius. Rome mint.

Obv. Draped and diademed bust right IVLIA MAMARA AVG

Rev. Vesta standing left holding patera and transverse sceptre VESTA.

RSC 85, RIC362. EF
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03 Julian II32 viewsJulian II
Ae 15

DN IVLIANV-S NOB CAES, bare-headed, draped, cuirassed bust right
TEMP-REP...
bearded, one braid, clutching
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Antioch 189

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031 - Julia Domna (c 170-217 AD), denarius - RIC 53647 viewsObv: IVLIA DOMNA AVG, draped bust right.
Rev: VENERI VICTR, Venus standing right, naked to waist and with legs crossed, leaning on column to left, holding palm and apple.

Minted in Rome under Spetimius Severus 194 AD.

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039 BC - AD 014 - IVLIA8 viewsJulia

Julia the Elder, known to her contemporaries as Julia Caesaris filia or Julia Augusti filia was the daughter of Augustus, and his second wife, Scribonia.


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043 Didius Julianus. AR Denarius61 viewsobv: IMP CAES M DID_IVLIAN AVG laur. head r.
rev: CONCORD MILIT Concordia std. l. holding legionary eagle and standard
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047a Julia Domna. AR Denarius25 viewsobv: IVLIA AGVSTA drp. bust r.
rev: PIETAS AVGG Pitas veiled std. l. dropping incense on alter
and holding box
"mother of Caracalla, wife of Sept. Severus"
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047b Julia Domna. AR Denarius39 viewsobv: IVLIA PIA FELEX AVG drp. bust r.
rev: VESTA Vesta std. l. holding palladium and scepter
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RIC_IV-I_536D_Julia-Domna,_AR-Den,_IVLIA_DO_MNA_AVG,_VENERI_VICTR,_Roma,_RSC-194,_BMCRE-49,_S-6608,_194_AD,_Q-001,_0h,_15,5-19mm,_2,74g-s.jpg
050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 536D, Roma, AR-Denarius, VENERI VICTR, Venus standing right, #164 views050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 536D, Roma, AR-Denarius, VENERI VICTR, Venus standing right, #1
avers: IVLIA DOMNA AVG, Bust draped right.
reverse: VENERI VICTR, Venus standing right, her back turned to the viewer, draped from the waist down and leaning on a short column with her left elbow; holding a palm branch with her left arm and an apple in her extended right hand.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter:15,5-19,0mm, weight: 2,74g, axis: 0h,
mint: Roma, date: 194 A.D., ref: RIC IV-I 536D, RSC 194, BMCRE 49, Sear 6608,
Q-001
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050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 546, Rome, AR-Denarius, CERERI FRVGIF, Ceres seated left, Scarce! #161 views050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 546, Rome, AR-Denarius, CERERI FRVGIF, Ceres seated left, Scarce! #1
avers: IVLIA AVGVSTA, Bust draped right.
reverse: CERERI FRVGIF, Ceres seated left holding corn-ears and torch.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter:18,0-18,8mm, weight: 2,56g, axis: 2h,
mint: Rome, date: 200 A.D., ref: RIC IV-I 546, RSC 14, BMC 10,
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RIC_IV-I_551,_Julia-Domna,_AR-Den,_IVLIA_AVGVSTA,_FELICITAS,_Roma,_RSC-47,_BMC-22,_Sear-6581,_206_AD,_Q-001,_6h,_17,5-19,5mm,_2,94g-s.jpg
050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 551, Rome, AR-Denarius, FELICITAS, Felicitas standing, head left, #163 views050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 551, Rome, AR-Denarius, FELICITAS, Felicitas standing, head left, #1
avers: IVLIA AVGVSTA, Bust draped right.
reverse: FELICITAS, Felicitas standing, head left, holding short caduceus and long scepter.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter:17,5-19,5mm, weight: 2,94g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: 206 A.D., ref: RIC IV-I 551, RSC 47, BMC 22, Sear-6581,
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050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 553, Rome, AR-Denarius, FORTUNAE FELICI, Fortuna enthroned left, #166 views050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 553, Rome, AR-Denarius, FORTUNAE FELICI, Fortuna enthroned left, #1
avers: IVLIA AVGVSTA, Bust draped right.
reverse: FORTUNAE FELICI, Fortuna enthroned left holding cornucopiae and leaning on rudder set on globe.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter:19,0-20,0mm, weight: 3,67g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: 196-211 A.D., ref: RIC IV-I 553, RSC 58, BMC 27, Sear-6584,
Q-001
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050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 556, Rome, AR-Denarius, HILARITAS, Hilaritas standing left, #1132 views050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 556, Rome, AR-Denarius, HILARITAS, Hilaritas standing left, #1
avers: IVLIA AVGVSTA, Bust draped right.
reverse: HILARITAS, Hilaritas standing left, with long palm branch and cornucopiae.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter:18,0-20,0mm, weight: 3,11g, axis: 0h,
mint: Rome, date: 198-202 A.D., ref: RIC IV-I 556, p-, Sear 5686, RSC-, BMC-, ,
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RIC_IV-I_557,_Julia-Domna,_AR-Den,_IVLIA_AVGVSTA,_HILARITAS,_Roma,_RSC-79,_BMC-34,_Sear-6587,_196-211_AD,_Q-001,_0h,_19-21,3mm,_3,02g-s.jpg
050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 557, Rome, AR-Denarius, HILARITAS, Hilaritas standing left, two children at her feet, #160 views050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 557, Rome, AR-Denarius, HILARITAS, Hilaritas standing left, two children at her feet, #1
avers: IVLIA AVGVSTA, Bust draped right.
reverse: HILARITAS, Hilaritas standing left, holding palm in right hand, cornucopiae in left; two children at her feet.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter:19,0-21,3mm, weight: 3,02g, axis: 0h,
mint: Rome, date: 196-211 A.D., ref: RIC IV-I 557, RSC 79, BMC 79, Sear 6587,
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050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 559, Rome, AR-Denarius, IVNO, Juno standing left, #174 views050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 559, Rome, AR-Denarius, IVNO, Juno standing left, #1
avers: IVLIA AVGVSTA, Bust draped right.
reverse: IVNO, Juno standing left, holding patera and scepter, at feet, left, a peacock.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 18mm, weight: 3,70g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: 209 A.D., ref: RIC IV-I 559, p-168, RSC 082, BMC 038, Sear 6588,
Q-001
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050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 559, Rome, AR-Denarius, IVNO, Juno standing left, #276 views050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 559, Rome, AR-Denarius, IVNO, Juno standing left, #2
avers: IVLIA AVGVSTA, Bust draped right.
reverse: IVNO, Juno standing left, holding patera and scepter, at feet, left, a peacock.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 18-19mm, weight: 2,49g, axis: 11h,
mint: Rome, date: 209 A.D., ref: RIC IV-I 559, p-168, RSC 082, BMC 038, Sear 6588,
Q-002
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050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 559, Rome, AR-Denarius, IVNO, Juno standing left, #369 views050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 559, Rome, AR-Denarius, IVNO, Juno standing left, #3
avers: IVLIA AVGVSTA, Bust draped right.
reverse: IVNO, Juno standing left, holding patera and scepter, at feet, left, a peacock.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 17,7-18,5mm, weight: 3,42g, axis: 1h,
mint: Rome, date: 209 A.D., ref: RIC IV-I 559, p-168, RSC 082, BMC 038, Sear 6588,
Q-003
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050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 564, Rome, AR-Denarius, MATER DEVM, Cybele, towered, enthroned left, Scarce, #1131 views050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 564, Rome, AR-Denarius, MATER DEVM, Cybele, towered, enthroned left, Scarce, #1
avers:- IVLIA AVGVSTA, Bust draped right.
revers:- MATER DEVM, Cybele, towered, enthroned left between two lions, leaning on drum and holding branch and scepter.
exe: -/-//--, diameter: 18,5-19,0mm, weight: 2,88g, axis: 11h,
mint: Rome, date: 198 A.D., ref: RIC-IV-I-564, p-169, RSC 123, BMC 51, Sear (2000-2002) 6593, Scarce,
Q-001
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050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 565, Rome, AR-Denarius, MATER-DEVM, Cybele seated left between two lions, 65 views050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 565, Rome, AR-Denarius, MATER-DEVM, Cybele seated left between two lions,
avers:- IVLIA-AVGVSTA, Bust draped right.
revers:- MATER-DEVM, Cybele seated left between two lions, resting elbow on drum and holding branch (no sceptre).
exe: , diameter: 17-18,5mm, weight: 2,17g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: 205 A.D., ref: RIC-IV-I-565, p-, C-126a,
Q-001
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050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 572, Rome, AR-Denarius, PIETAS AVG G, Pietas standing left, veiled, #161 views050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 572, Rome, AR-Denarius, PIETAS AVG G, Pietas standing left, veiled, #1
avers: IVLIA AVGVSTA, Bust draped right.
reverse: PIETAS AVG G, Pietas standing left, veiled, sacrificing on altar left & holding incense box.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter:17,5-19,0mm, weight: 3,29g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: 200 A.D., ref: RIC IV-I 572, p-170, RSC 150, BMC 62,
Q-001
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050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 574, Rome, AR-Denarius, PIETAS PVBLICA, Pietas standing left, #183 views050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 574, Rome, AR-Denarius, PIETAS PVBLICA, Pietas standing left, #1
avers: IVLIA AVGVSTA, Bust draped right.
reverse: PIETAS PVBLICA, Pietas standing left, raising both hands at the garlanded altar.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter:17,7-18,8mm, weight: 3,50g, axis:7h,
mint: Rome, date: 203 A.D., ref: RIC IV-I 574, p-170, RSC-156, BMC-69, Sear-6601,
Q-001
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050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 574, Rome, AR-Denarius, PIETAS PVBLICA, Pietas standing left, #2121 views050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 574, Rome, AR-Denarius, PIETAS PVBLICA, Pietas standing left, #2
avers: IVLIA AVGVSTA, Bust draped right.
reverse: PIETAS PVBLICA, Pietas standing left, raising both hands at the garlanded altar.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 18mm, weight: 2,95g, axis: 0h,
mint: Rome, date: 203 A.D., ref: RIC IV-I 574, p-170, RSC-156, BMC-69, Sear-6601,
Q-002
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050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 574, Rome, AR-Denarius, PIETAS PVBLICA, Pietas standing left, #381 views050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 574, Rome, AR-Denarius, PIETAS PVBLICA, Pietas standing left, #3
avers: IVLIA AVGVSTA, Bust draped right.
reverse: PIETAS PVBLICA, Pietas standing left, raising both hands at the garlanded altar.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter:17,5-19,0mm, weight: 3,39g, axis:0h,
mint: Rome, date: 203 A.D., ref: RIC IV-I 574, p-170, RSC-156, BMC-69, Sear-6601,
Q-003
2 commentsquadrans
RIC_IV-I_575,_Julia-Domna,_AR-Den,_IVLIA_AVGVSTA,_PVDICITIA,_Roma,_RSC-170,_BMC-72,_Sear-6603,_211_AD,_Q-001,_6h,_17,0-19,5mm,_3,42g-s.jpg
050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 575, Rome, AR-Denarius, PVDICITIA, Pudicitia seated left, facing forward, #160 views050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 575, Rome, AR-Denarius, PVDICITIA, Pudicitia seated left, facing forward, #1
avers: IVLIA AVGVSTA, Bust draped right.
reverse: PVDICITIA, Pudicitia seated left, facing forward, right hand on breast, left hand holding scepter.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter:17,0-19,5mm, weight: 3,42g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: 211 A.D., ref: RIC IV-I 575, RSC 170, BMC 72, Sear 6603,
Q-001
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050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 577, Rome, AR-Denarius, SAECVLI FELICITAS, Isis standing right, #165 views050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 577, Rome, AR-Denarius, SAECVLI FELICITAS, Isis standing right, #1
avers:- IVLIA-AVGVSTA, Bust draped right.
revers:- SAECVLI-FELICITAS, Isis, wearing polos on head, standing right, left foot on prow, holding Horus; behind, rudder.
exe: -/-//--, diameter: 19,5mm, weight: 2,50g, axis: 0h,
mint: Rome, date: 200 A.D., ref: RIC-IV-I-577, p-,RSC-174, BMC 75,
Q-001
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050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 577, Rome, AR-Denarius, SAECVLI FELICITAS, Isis standing right, #299 views050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 577, Rome, AR-Denarius, SAECVLI FELICITAS, Isis standing right, #2
avers:- IVLIA-AVGVSTA, Bust draped right.
revers:- SAECVLI-FELICITAS, Isis, wearing peaked head-dress, standing right with left foot on prow, nursing infant Horus at her breast, altar at left against which rests a rudder.
exe: , diameter: 18-19mm, weight: 2,63g, axis: 11h,
mint: Rome, date: 196-211 A.D., ref: RIC-IV-I-577, p-170, C-174,
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050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 633, Emesa(Homs), AR-Denarius, VENER VICTOR, Venus standing right, Scarce! #166 views050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 633, Emesa(Homs), AR-Denarius, VENER VICTOR, Venus standing right, Scarce! #1
avers: IVLIA DO MNA AVG, Bust draped right.
reverse: VENER VICTOR, Venus standing right, her back turned to the viewer, draped from the waist down and leaning on a short column with her left elbow; holding a palm branch with her left arm and an apple in her extended right hand.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter:17,0-17,5mm, weight: 3,15g, axis: 6h,
mint: Emesa(Homs), date: 194-195 A.D., ref: RIC IV-I 633, RSC 189, BMCRE 423, Scarce!
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050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 643, Laodicea, AR-Denarius, PIETAS PVBLICA, Pietas standing left, #1223 views050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 643, Laodicea, AR-Denarius, PIETAS PVBLICA, Pietas standing left, #1
avers:- IVLIA-AVGVSTA, Bust draped right.
revers:- PIETAS-PVBLICA, Pietas standing front, head left, raising hands in prayer over lighted altar.
exe: -/-//--, diameter: 18,5-19,5mm, weight: 2,10g, axis: 0h,
mint: Laodicea ad Mare, Syria, date: 203 A.D., ref: RIC-IV-I-643, p-
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050a Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 373A (Caracalla), Rome, AR-Denar, DIANA LVCIFERA, Diana standing left, #161 views050a Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 373A (Caracalla), Rome, AR-Denar, DIANA LVCIFERA, Diana standing left, #1
avers: IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG, Draped bust right
reverse: DIANA LVCIFERA, Diana standing left, holding the long torch with both hands.
exergue:-/-//--, diameter: 18,0-20,0mm, weight: g, axis: 0h,
mint: Rome, date: 211-217 A.D., ref: RIC-IV-I-373A (Caracalla), p-, RSC-32, (Caracalla), BMC-1, Sear-7100,
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050a Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 373A (Caracalla), Rome, AR-Denar, DIANA LVCIFERA, Diana standing left, #260 views050a Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 373A (Caracalla), Rome, AR-Denar, DIANA LVCIFERA, Diana standing left, #2
avers: IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG, Draped bust right
reverse: DIANA LVCIFERA, Diana standing left, holding the long torch with both hands.
exergue:-/-//--, diameter: 18,5-19,0mm, weight: 3,57g, axis: 7h,
mint: Rome, date: 211-217 A.D., ref: RIC-IV-I-373A (Caracalla), p-, RSC-32, (Caracalla), BMC-1, Sear-7100,
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050a Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 373A (Caracalla), Rome, AR-Denar, DIANA LVCIFERA, Diana standing left, #360 views050a Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 373A (Caracalla), Rome, AR-Denar, DIANA LVCIFERA, Diana standing left, #3
avers: IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG, Draped bust right
reverse: DIANA LVCIFERA, Diana standing left, holding the long torch with both hands.
exergue:-/-//--, diameter: 18,0-18,5mm, weight: 3,38g, axis: 1h,
mint: Rome, date: 211-217 A.D., ref: RIC-IV-I-373A (Caracalla), p-, RSC-32, (Caracalla), BMC-1, Sear-7100,
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050a Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 388A (Caracalla), Rome, AR-Antoninianus, VENVS GENETRIX, Venus seated left, 65 views050a Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 388A (Caracalla), Rome, AR-Antoninianus, VENVS GENETRIX, Venus seated left,
avers:- IVLIA-PIA-FELIX-AVG, Diademed and draped bust right on crescent.
revers:- VENVS-GENETRIX, Venus seated left, extending right hand and holding sceptre in left.
exe:-/-//--, diameter: 21,5-22mm, weight: 3,80g, axis: 0h,
mint: Rome, date: 216 A.D., ref: RIC-IV-I-388A (Caracalla), p-, C-211, BMCRE 22-23A (Caracalla),
Black toned coin like a "limes" coin .
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050a Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 388A (Caracalla), Rome, AR-Antoninianus, VENVS GENETRIX, Venus seated left, 108 views050a Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 388A (Caracalla), Rome, AR-Antoninianus, VENVS GENETRIX, Venus seated left,
avers:- IVLIA-PIA-FELIX-AVG, Diademed and draped bust right on crescent.
revers:- VENVS-GENETRIX, Venus seated left, extending right hand and holding sceptre in left.
exe:-/-//--, diameter: 21,5-22mm, weight: 3,80g, axis: 0h,
mint: Rome, date: 216 A.D., ref: RIC-IV-I-388A (Caracalla), p-, C-211, BMCRE 22-23A (Caracalla),
Black toned coin like a "limes" coin .
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050a Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 389A (Caracalla), Rome, AR-Antoninianus, VENVS GENETRIX, Venus seated left, Scarce!87 views050a Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), RIC IV-I 389A (Caracalla), Rome, AR-Antoninianus, VENVS GENETRIX, Venus seated left, Scarce!
avers: IVLIA-PIA-FELIX-AVG, Diademed and draped bust right on crescent.
revers: VENVS-GENETRIX, Venus seated left, holding sceptre and apple, Cupid standing right before.
exe:-/-//--, diameter: 21,5-22mm, weight: 3,80g, axis: 0h,
mint: Rome, date: 216 A.D., ref: RIC-IV-I-389A (Caracalla), p-274, C-204, (Caracalla), Scarce!
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050p Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), Cappadocia, Caesarea, Syd-447var, AR-Drachm, MHTPO KAICAP NЄ, Mount Argaeus, #161 views050p Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), Cappadocia, Caesarea, Syd-447var, AR-Drachm, MHTPO KAICAP NЄ, Mount Argaeus, #1
avers: IVΛIA AVΓVSTA AVΓ, Bust draped right.
reverse: MHTPO KAICAP NЄ, Mount Argaeus surmounted by a star, date below ЄT IH (year 18, 210 A.D.),
exergue: -/-//ЄT IH, diameter: 15,0-19,0mm, weight: 2,85g, axis:0h,
mint: Cappadocia, Caesarea, date: 210 A.D., ref: Syd-447var,
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050p Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), Macedonia, Stobi, Josifovski 180, AE-23, MVNI STOB, Nike advancing left, #1285 views050p Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), Macedonia, Stobi, Josifovski 180, AE-23, MVNI STOB, Nike advancing left, #1
avers:- IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust right.
revers:- MVNI STOB, Nike advancing left, holding wreath and palm.
exe: -/-//--, diameter: 22,0-22,5mm, weight: 5,94g, axis: 7h,
mint: Macedonia, Stobi, date:170-217 A.D., ref: Josifovski 180, Varbanov 3872,
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050p Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), Moesia, Nicopolis Ad Istrum, HrHJ (2013) 08.17.04.04., AE-21, NIKOΠOΛIT ΠPOC ICTPO, Athena left, snake, #189 views050p Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), Moesia, Nicopolis Ad Istrum, HrHJ (2013) 08.17.04.04., AE-21, NIKOΠOΛIT ΠPOC ICTPO, Athena left, snake, #1
avers: IOVΛIA ΔOMNA CEB, Draped bust right.
reverse: NIKOΠOΛIT ΠPOC ICTPO, Athena left, snake.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 20,5mm, weight: 4,69g, axis: 7h,
mint: Moesia, Nicopolis Ad Istrum, date: 170-217 A.D.,
ref: Hristova/Hoeft/Jekov HrHJ (2013) 8.17.04.04., p-154,
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050p Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), Pisidia, Antioch, BMC (Lycia) 35, AE-22, ANTIOCH ENI COL CAE, Genius of Antioch standing left,114 views050p Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), Pisidia, Antioch, BMC (Lycia) 35, AE-22, ANTIOCH ENI COL CAE, Genius of Antioch standing left,
avers: IVLIA AV GVSTA, Draped bust of Julia Domna right.
reverse: ANTIOCH ENI COL CAE, Genius of Antioch standing front, head left, holding branch and cornucopiae.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 22,0mm, weight: 5,40g, axis: 6h,
mint: Pisidia, Antioch, date: 193-211 A.D., ref: BMC Lycia etc. pg 181, 35,
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054 Julia Paula. AR denarius25 viewsobv: IVLIA PAVLA AVG drp. bust r.
rev: CONCORDIA Concordia seated l. holding patera only. in field star
"1st wife of Elagabalus"
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055 Aquilia Severa. AR denarius48 viewsobv: IVLIA AQVILLA SEVERA AVG drp. bust. r.
rev: CONCORDIA Concordia std. l. holding patera and double
cornucopiae, l. lighted alter
"2nd wife of Elagabalus"
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057 Iulia Paula ( 219-220 A.D.), RIC IV-II 211, Rome, AR-Denarius, CONCORDIA, Concordia seated left, Scarce! #165 views057 Iulia Paula ( 219-220 A.D.), RIC IV-II 211, Rome, AR-Denarius, CONCORDIA, Concordia seated left, Scarce! #1
avers: IVLIA PAVLA AVG, Draped bust right.
reverse: CONCORDIA, Concordia seated left, holding patera, star in left field.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 17,5-18mm, weight: 2,38g, axis: 7h,
mint: Rome, date: 219-220 A.D., ref: RIC IV-II 211 (Elagabalus), p-45_RSC-6a, Scarce!,
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057 Iulia Paula ( 219-220 A.D.), RIC IV-II 216, Rome, AR-Denarius, CONCORDIA AVG G, Concordia seated left, R!, #1281 views057 Iulia Paula ( 219-220 A.D.), RIC IV-II 216, Rome, AR-Denarius, CONCORDIA AVG G, Concordia seated left, R!, #1
avers: IVLIA PAVLA AVG, Draped bust right.
reverse: CONCORDIA AVG G, Concordia seated left, holding patera and two cornucopiae.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 17,5-18,5mm, weight: 2,84g, axis: 0h,
mint: Rome, date: 219-220 A.D., ref: RIC IV-II 216 (Elagabalus), p-46, C-16a, R !,
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057 Julia Soaemias. AR denarius9 viewsobv: IVLIA SOAEMIAS AVG drp. bust r.
rev: VENVS CAELESTIS Venus std. l. holding apple and scepter
fld: * in r.
"mother of Elagablus"
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058 Aquilia Severa ( ?-221 A.D.), RIC IV-II 226, Rome, AR-Denarius, CONCORDIA, Concordia standing left, R ! #2268 views058 Aquilia Severa ( ?-221 A.D.), RIC IV-II 226, Rome, AR-Denarius, CONCORDIA, Concordia standing left, R ! #2
avers:-IVLIA-AQVILIA-SEVERA-AVG, Draped bust right.
revers:-CONCORDIA, Concordia standing left, sacrificing out of patera over lighted altar and holding double cornucopiae; star in field to right up.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 18-19mm, weight: 2,70g, axis: 0 h,
mint: Rome, date: 221 A.D., ref: RIC-IV-II-226 (Elagabalus), p-47, C-2, R !,
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058 Aquilia Severa ( ?-221 A.D.), RIC IV-II 226, Rome, AR-Denarius, CONCORDIA, Concordia standing left, R! #1298 views058 Aquilia Severa ( ?-221 A.D.), RIC IV-II 226, Rome, AR-Denarius, CONCORDIA, Concordia standing left, R! #1
avers: IVLIA AQVILIA SEVERA AVG, Draped bust right.
reverse: CONCORDIA, Concordia standing left, sacrificing out of patera over lighted altar and holding double cornucopiae; star in the field to right down.
exergue: -/*//--, diameter: 19mm, weight: 3,18g, axis: 11 h,
mint: Rome, date: 221 A.D., ref: RIC IV-II 226 (Elagabalus), p-47_C-2, R !,
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058 Julia Maesa. AR denarius14 viewsobv: IVLIA MAESA AVG drp. bust r.
rev: PVDICITIA Pudicitia seated l. raising veil and holding scepter
"grandmother of Elagabalus"
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060 Iulia Soaemias (?-222 A.D.), RIC IV-II 241, Rome, AR-Denarius, VENVS CAELESTIS, Venus standing left, #1114 views060 Iulia Soaemias (?-222 A.D.), RIC IV-II 241, Rome, AR-Denarius, VENVS CAELESTIS, Venus standing left, #1
Mother of Elagabalus.
avers: IVLIA SOAEMIAS AVG, Draped bust right,
reverse: VENVS CAELESTIS, Venus, diademed and standing left, holding apple and sceptre; in right field a star.
exergue: -/*//--, diameter: 17,5-19mm, weight: 2,86g, axis: h,
mint: Rome, date: 218-222 A.D., ref: RIC IV-II 241, p-48, C-8,
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060 Iulia Soaemias (?-222 A.D.), RIC IV-II 241, Rome, AR-Denarius, VENVS CAELESTIS, Venus standing left, #1119 views060 Iulia Soaemias (?-222 A.D.), RIC IV-II 241, Rome, AR-Denarius, VENVS CAELESTIS, Venus standing left, #1
Mother of Elagabalus.
avers: IVLIA SOAEMIAS AVG, Draped bust right,
reverse: VENVS CAE L ESTIS, Venus, diademed and standing left, holding apple and sceptre; in left field a star.
exergue: */-//--, diameter: 17-19mm, weight: 2,58g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: 218-222 A.D., ref: RIC IV-II 241, p-48, C-8,
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060 Iulia Soaemias (?-222 A.D.), RIC IV-II 355, Rome, AR-Denarius, VENVS CAELESTIS, Venus seated left, #172 views060 Iulia Soaemias (?-222 A.D.), RIC IV-II 355, Rome, AR-Denarius, VENVS CAELESTIS, Venus seated left, #1
Mother of Elagabalus.
avers: IVLIA SOAEMIAS AVG, Draped bust right.
reverse: VENVS CA ELESTIS, Venus seated left, holding patera (or apple?) and sceptre; at her feet a child reaching up to her.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 18-19mm, weight: 2,80g, axis: h,
mint: Rome, date: 220 A.D., ref: RIC IV-II 243, p-, C-14,
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060 Iulia Soaemias (?-222 A.D.), RIC IV-II 355, Rome, AR-Denarius, VENVS CAELESTIS, Venus seated left, #2207 views060 Iulia Soaemias (?-222 A.D.), RIC IV-II 355, Rome, AR-Denarius, VENVS CAELESTIS, Venus seated left, #2
Mother of Elagabalus.
avers: IVLIA SOAEMIAS AVG, Draped bust right.
reverse: VENVS CA ELESTIS, Venus seated left, holding patera (or apple?) and sceptre; at her feet a child reaching up to her.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 18,5-19,5mm, weight: 2,34g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: 220 A.D., ref: RIC IV-II 243, p-, C-14,
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061 Iulia Maesa ( ?-223 A.D.), RIC IV-II 261, Rome, AR-Denarius, LAETITIA PVBL, Pudicitia seated left, #190 views061 Iulia Maesa ( ?-223 A.D.), RIC IV-II 261, Rome, AR-Denarius, LAETITIA PVBL, Pudicitia seated left, #1
avers: IVLIA MAESA AVG, Draped bust right.
reverse: LAETITIA PVBL, Laetitia standing left, holding wreath in right hand and rudder on a globe in left hand behind.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 18,5-19mm, weight: 2,71g, axis: 7h,
mint: Rome, date: 218-222 A.D., ref: RIC IV-II 261 (Elagab), p-, ,
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061 Iulia Maesa ( ?-223 A.D.), RIC IV-II 266, Rome, AR-Denarius, PIETAS AVG, Pietas standing left, #184 views061 Iulia Maesa ( ?-223 A.D.), RIC IV-II 266, Rome, AR-Denarius, PIETAS AVG, Pietas standing left, #1
avers: IVLIA MAESA AVG, Draped bust right.
reverse: PIETA S AVG, Pietas standing left, sacrificing over altar and holding incense box.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 18-19mm, weight: 2,92g, axis: h,
mint: Rome, date: 216-220 A.D., ref: RIC IV-II 266, p-50, RSC 34a, BMC 75, Sear (2000-2002) 7755,
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061 Iulia Maesa ( ?-223 A.D.), RIC IV-II 266, Rome, AR-Denarius, PIETAS AVG, Pietas standing left, #2117 views061 Iulia Maesa ( ?-223 A.D.), RIC IV-II 266, Rome, AR-Denarius, PIETAS AVG, Pietas standing left, #2
avers: IVLIA MAESA AVG, Draped bust right.
reverse: PIETA S AVG, Pietas standing left, sacrificing over altar and holding incense box.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 18,5-19,0mm, weight: 2,38g, axis: 0h,
mint: Rome, date: 216-220 A.D., ref: RIC IV-II 266, p-50, RSC 34a, BMC 75, Sear (2000-2002) 7755,
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061 Iulia Maesa ( ?-223 A.D.), RIC IV-II 268, Rome, AR-Denarius, PVDICITIA, Pudicitia seated left, #1174 views061 Iulia Maesa ( ?-223 A.D.), RIC IV-II 268, Rome, AR-Denarius, PVDICITIA, Pudicitia seated left, #1
avers: IVLIA MAESA AVG, Draped bust right.
reverse: PVDICITIA, Pudicitia seated left, drawing out veil from the shoulder with right hand and holding sceptre in right.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 18,0-19,0mm, weight: 2,92g, axis: h,
mint: Rome, date: 218-222 A.D., ref: RIC IV-II 268, p-50, RSC-36, BMC-76, Sear 7756,
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061 Iulia Maesa ( ?-223 A.D.), RIC IV-II 268, Rome, AR-Denarius, PVDICITIA, Pudicitia seated left, #2133 views061 Iulia Maesa ( ?-223 A.D.), RIC IV-II 268, Rome, AR-Denarius, PVDICITIA, Pudicitia seated left, #2
avers: IVLIA MAESA AVG, Draped bust right.
reverse: PVDICITIA, Pudicitia seated left, drawing out veil from the shoulder with right hand and holding sceptre in right.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 18,0-19,5mm, weight: 2,71g, axis: 6-7h,
mint: Rome, date: 218-222 A.D., ref: RIC IV-II 268, p-50, RSC-36, BMC-76, Sear 7756,
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061 Julia Mamaea. AR denarius19 viewsobv: IVLIA MAMAEA AVG dia. and drp. bust r.
rev: VESTA Vesta veiled std. l. holding palladium and upright scepter
"mother of s. Alexander"
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064 Iulia Mamaea (190-235 A.D.), RIC IV-II 335, Rome, AR-Denarius, FELICITAS PVBLICA, Felicitas standing, head left, #1281 views064 Iulia Mamaea (190-235 A.D.), RIC IV-II 335, Rome, AR-Denarius, FELICITAS PVBLICA, Felicitas standing, head left, #1
avers: IVLIA-MA-MAEA-AVG, Diademed bust right, draped.
revers: FELICITAS-PVBLICA, Felicitas standing, head left, holding caduceus and resting arm on column.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: mm, weight: g, axis: h,
mint: Rome, date: 223 A.D., ref: RIC-IV-II-335, p-, C-17,
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064 Iulia Mamaea (190-235 A.D.), RIC IV-II 335v.(base metal!), Rome, "Limes" Denarius, AR-Denarius, FELICITAS PVBLICA, Felicitas standing left, #148 views064 Iulia Mamaea (190-235 A.D.), RIC IV-II 335v.(base metal!), Rome, "Limes" Denarius, AR-Denarius, FELICITAS PVBLICA, Felicitas standing left, #1
avers: IVLIA MA MAEA AVG, Draped, bust right.
reverse: FELICIT AS PVBLICA, Felicitas standing left, holding caduceus and leaning an elbow on column and crossing legs.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 18,0mm, weight: 2,62g, axis: 0h,
mint: Rome, date: 228 A.D.,ref: RIC IV-II 335v., p-98, (base metal, "Limes"), C-17v.,
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064 Iulia Mamaea (190-235 A.D.), RIC IV-II 335v.(base metal!), Rome, "Limes" Denarius, AR-Denarius, FELICITAS PVBLICA, Felicitas standing left, #156 views064 Iulia Mamaea (190-235 A.D.), RIC IV-II 335v.(base metal!), Rome, "Limes" Denarius, AR-Denarius, FELICITAS PVBLICA, Felicitas standing left, #1
avers: IVLIA MA MAEA AVG, Draped, bust right.
reverse: FELICIT AS PVBLICA, Felicitas standing left, holding caduceus and leaning an elbow on column and crossing legs.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 18,0mm, weight: 2,62g, axis: 0h,
mint: Rome, date: 228 A.D.,ref: RIC IV-II 335v., p-98, (base metal, "Limes"), C-17v.,
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064 Iulia Mamaea (190-235 A.D.), RIC IV-II 341, Rome, AR-Denarius, IVNO AVGVSTAE, Juno seated left, #1117 views064 Iulia Mamaea (190-235 A.D.), RIC IV-II 341, Rome, AR-Denarius, IVNO AVGVSTAE, Juno seated left, #1
avers: IVLIA MA MAEA AVG, Diademed bust right, draped.
revers: IVNO AV GVSTAE, Juno seated left, holding flower and short sceptre.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 19,0-20,0mm, weight: 2,60g, axis: 7h,
mint: Rome, date: 231 A.D., ref: RIC IV-II 341, p-98, RSC 32, BMC 755, Sear (2000-2002) 8211,
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064 Iulia Mamaea (190-235 A.D.), RIC IV-II 343, Rome, AR-Denarius, IVNO CONSERVATRIX, Juno standing left, #190 views064 Iulia Mamaea (190-235 A.D.), RIC IV-II 343, Rome, AR-Denarius, IVNO CONSERVATRIX, Juno standing left, #1
avers:- IVLIA-MAMAEA-AVG, Draped, bust right.
revers:- IVNO-CONSERVATRIX, Juno standing left, holding patera and scepter; peacock to left.
exerg: -/-//, diameter: 18mm, weight: 3,02g, axis:- h,
mint: Rome, date: 222-235 A.D.,ref: RIC-IV-II-343, p-98, C-35,
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064 Iulia Mamaea (190-235 A.D.), RIC IV-II 343, Rome, AR-Denarius, IVNO CONSERVATRIX, Juno standing left, #275 views064 Iulia Mamaea (190-235 A.D.), RIC IV-II 343, Rome, AR-Denarius, IVNO CONSERVATRIX, Juno standing left, #2
avers:- IVLIA-MAMAEA-AVG, Draped, bust right.
revers:- IVNO-CONSERVATRIX, Juno standing left, holding patera and scepter; peacock to left.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 18mm, weight: 2,42g, axis:7 h,
mint: Rome, date: 222-235 A.D.,ref: RIC-IV-II-343, p-98, C-35,
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064 Iulia Mamaea (190-235 A.D.), RIC IV-II 343, Rome, AR-Denarius, IVNO CONSERVATRIX, Juno standing left, #364 views064 Iulia Mamaea (190-235 A.D.), RIC IV-II 343, Rome, AR-Denarius, IVNO CONSERVATRIX, Juno standing left, #3
avers:- IVLIA-MAMAEA-AVG, Draped, bust right.
revers:- IVNO-CONSERVATRIX, Juno standing left, holding patera and scepter; peacock to left.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 18-18,5mm, weight: 2,50g, axis:1h,
mint: Rome, date: 222-235 A.D.,ref: RIC-IV-II-343, p-98, C-35,
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064 Iulia Mamaea (190-235 A.D.), RIC IV-II 355, Rome, AR-Denarius, VENVS GENETRIX, Venus standing left, #170 views064 Iulia Mamaea (190-235 A.D.), RIC IV-II 355, Rome, AR-Denarius, VENVS GENETRIX, Venus standing left, #1
avers:-IVLIA-MA-MAEA-AVG, Diademed bust right, draped.
revers:-VENVS-GE-N-ETRIX, Venus standing left, holding helmet and scepter; Cupid to left.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 19-20mm, weight: 2,94g, axis: h,
mint: Rome, date: 223 A.D., ref: RIC-IV-II-355, p-99, C-72,
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064 Iulia Mamaea (190-235 A.D.), RIC IV-II 355, Rome, AR-Denarius, VENVS GENETRIX, Venus standing left, #2112 views064 Iulia Mamaea (190-235 A.D.), RIC IV-II 355, Rome, AR-Denarius, VENVS GENETRIX, Venus standing left, #2
avers:-IVLIA-MA-MAEA-AVG, Diademed bust right, draped.
revers:-VENVS-GE-N-ETRIX, Venus standing left, holding helmet and scepter; Cupid to left.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 17-18mm, weight: 2,52g, axis: 6h,
mint: Rome, date: 223 A.D., ref: RIC-IV-II-355, p-99, C-72,
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064 Iulia Mamaea (190-235 A.D.), RIC IV-II 355, Rome, AR-Denarius, VENVS GENETRIX, Venus standing left, #3125 views064 Iulia Mamaea (190-235 A.D.), RIC IV-II 355, Rome, AR-Denarius, VENVS GENETRIX, Venus standing left, #3
avers:-IVLIA-MA-MAEA-AVG, Diademed bust right, draped.
revers:-VENVS-G-E-NETRIX, Venus standing left, holding helmet and scepter; Cupid to left.
exerg: -/-//, diameter: 19,5mm, weight: 3,05g, axis: 2h,
mint: Rome, date: 223 A.D., ref: RIC-IV-II-355, p-99, C-72,
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064 Iulia Mamaea (190-235 A.D.), RIC IV-II 360, Rome, AR-Denarius, VESTA, Vesta standing half-left, #171 views064 Iulia Mamaea (190-235 A.D.), RIC IV-II 360, Rome, AR-Denarius, VESTA, Vesta standing half-left, #1
avers: IVLIA-MA-MAEA-AVG, Diademed bust right, draped.
revers: VESTA, Vesta standing half-left, holding palladium and scepter.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 18,5-21mm, weight: 2,82g, axis: 7h,
mint: Rome, date: 223 A.D., ref: RIC-IV-II-360, p-99, RSC-81, BMC-381
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064 Iulia Mamaea (190-235 A.D.), RIC IV-II 668, Rome, AE-Sestertius, FECVNDITAS-AVGVSTAE, Juno standing left,123 views064 Iulia Mamaea (190-235 A.D.), RIC IV-II 668, Rome, AE-Sestertius, FECVNDITAS-AVGVSTAE, Juno standing left,
avers:- IVLIA-MAMAEA-AVGVSTA, diademed and draped bust right.
revers:- FECVNDITAS-AVGVSTAE, Fecunditas standing left extending hand to a child left and holding a cornucopiae, S-C across the field.
exerg: -/-//--, diameter: 29-31mm, weight: 22,74g, axis:-0h,
mint: Rome, date: 232 A.D.,ref: RIC-IV-II-668, p-, C-8,
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065 - Julia Doman Denarius - cf RIC 61932 viewsDenarius
Obv:– IVLIA DOMNA AVG, Draped bust right
Rev:– FELECI[TAS] TEMPOR, Basket of grains and fruit.
Minted in Emesa. A.D. 194 - 195
Reference(s) – cf RIC IV 619; cf BMCRE 415;

The FELECI is clear but I am supposing the TAS based upon the spacing and what would appear to be the ghosting of the letter that have been lost through clogging.
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065 - Julia Domna Ae As - RIC 84625 viewsAe As
Obv:– IVLIA DO-MNA AVG, Draped bust right, hair tied in bun behind
Rev:– VENERI VICTR, Venus, naked to waist, standing right, holding apple and palm and resting on column.
Minted in Rome. A.D. 193-196
Reference(s) – Cohen 196. RIC IV 846 (R)
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065 - Julia Domna AE As- RIC 87747 viewsObv:– IVLIA AVGVSTA, Draped bust right
Rev:– HILARITAS S-C, Hilaritas standing left, holding long palm in right hand, cornucopiae in left
Minted in Rome.
Reference:– BMCRE 786. Cohen 74. RIC IV 877.

8.89 g. 24.29 mm. 180 degrees.
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065 - Julia Domna Antoninianus - RIC IV 381 [Caracalla]33 viewsObv:– IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG, draped bust right, resting on a crescent
Rev:– VENVS GENETRIX, Venus seated left holding branch & scepter
Minted in Rome.
Reference:– RIC IV 381 [Caracalla]. RSC 111.
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065 - Julia Domna barbarous denarius - RIC -29 viewsObv:– IVLIA DO-MNA AVG, Draped bust right, hair tied in bun behind
Rev:– LIBE-RI AVG, Liberalitas seated left, holding accounting board and cornucopiae
Barbarous mint
Reference(s) – None. Appears to be Barbarous imitation of IV 627a.
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - 536 var67 viewsObv:– IVLIA DO-MNA AVG, Draped bust right, hair tied in bun behind
Rev:– VENERI VICRT (sic), Venus naked to waist, standing right, seen from behind, leaning on column, holding apple and palm.
Minted in Rome A.D. 193 - 196
Reference:– BMCRE -. RIC IV 536 var (VICRT instead of VICTR)
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - 53839 viewsObv:– IVLIA DOMNA AVG, Draped bust right, hair tied in bun behind
Rev:– VESTA, Vesta seated left, holding palladium in right hand, sceptre in left
Minted in Rome. A.D. 194-195
Ref:– BMCRE 56. RIC 538. RSC 221
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - 607a23 viewsObv:– IVLIA DO-MNA AVG, Draped bust right, hair tied in bun behind
Rev:– AEQVITAS II, Aequitas standing left holding scales and cornucopia.
Minted in Alexandria. A.D. 194
Reference:– BMCRE Page 86. RIC IV 607a. RSC 3a.

BMCRE, RIC and RSC all refer to the same coin in Vienna which is queried as being plated.

Curtis provided this additional information however:-
"Bickford-Smith, Mint of Alexandria, unpublished typescript (1993), p. 91: four specimens known to him, in Vienna, Berlin, Basel, and Tbilisi.

BMC and RIC refer to the Vienna specimen, which they are wrong to classify as a plated hybrid: it is a regular, solid-silver coin."
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC -32 viewsObv:– IVLIA DOMNA AVG, Draped bust right
Rev:– FORT AVG, Fortuna seated left, holding rudder and cornucopia
Minted in Emesa, A.D. 194-195
References:– BMCRE -, RIC -, RSC -
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC -31 viewsObv:– IVLIA DOMNA AVG, Draped bust right
Rev:– MONETAE AVG II COS, Moneta standing left, holding scales and cornucopia
Minted in Emesa. A.D. 194
Reference(s) – RIC -; BMCRE -; RSC -.

One of the rare dated reverse series. The third known example, others in Paris and Vienna. Die match to the Paris example.
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC -25 viewsObv:– IVLIA AVGVSTA, Draped bust facing right
Rev:– VENVS VICTRIX, Venus standing left, holding helmet and palm, resting elbow on column with cuirass right, Cupid holding shield at feet
Minted in Rome
References:– RIC -. RSC -. BMCRE -.

This reverse type not mentioned in any of the major references.
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC -26 viewsObv:– IVLIA AVGVSTA, Draped bust right
Rev:– VENVS FELIX, Venus standing left, holding apple in right hand, raising robe with left hand
Minted in Alexandria A.D. 197
Reference:– BMCRE -. Bickford-Smith pl. 1, 10. RIC IV -. cf RIC 580 (Rome).

The most common Alexandrian type from this issue for Domna.
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC -30 viewsObv:– IVLIA DOMNA AVG, Draped bust right
Rev:– VENVS FELIX, Venus standing left, holding apple in right hand, raising robe with left hand
Minted in Alexandria.
Reference(s) – BMCRE -. RIC -, cf RIC 580 (Rome). RSC -.
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC -32 viewsObv:– IVLIA DOMNA AVG, Draped bust right
Rev:– FORTVN RE-DVC, Fortuna standing left, holding rudder and cornucopia
Minted in Syria.
Reference:– BMCRE-. RIC IV -. RSC -.
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC -28 viewsObv:– IVLIA AVGVSTA, Draped bust right
Rev:– VENVS FELIX, Venus standing left, holding apple in right hand, raising robe with left hand
Minted in Alexandria.
Reference:– BMCRE -. Bickford-Smith pl. 1, 10. RIC IV -. cf RIC 580 (Rome).
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC -19 viewsObv:– IVLIA AVGVSTA, Draped bust right
Rev:– VENVS FELIX, Venus standing left, holding apple in right hand, raising robe with left hand
Minted in Alexandria A.D. 197
Reference:– BMCRE -. Bickford-Smith pl. 1, 10. RIC IV -. cf RIC 580 (Rome).

The most common Alexandrian type from this issue for Domna.
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC -19 viewsObv:– IVLIA DOMNA AVG, Draped bust right
Rev:– VENVS FELIX, Venus standing left, holding apple in right hand, raising robe with left hand
Minted in Alexandria.
Reference(s) – BMCRE -. RIC -, cf RIC 580 (Rome). RSC -.
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC -17 viewsObv:– IVLIA AVGVSTA, Draped bust right
Rev:– VENVS FELIX, Venus standing left, holding apple in right hand, raising robe with left hand
Minted in Alexandria.
Reference:– BMCRE -. Bickford-Smith pl. 1, 10. RIC IV -. cf RIC 580 (Rome).
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 388c22 viewsObv:– IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG, Draped bust facing right
Rev:– VENVS GENETRIX, Venus seated left with scepter & right hand extended
Minted in Rome, A.D. 216
References:– VM 51a, RIC 388c, RCV02 7106, RSC 212

A reasonable example of the older bust.
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 389 fouree16 viewsObv:– IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG, Draped bust facing right
Rev:– VENVS GENETRIX, Venus seated left with scepter & right hand extended, cupid at feet
Minted in Rome, A.D. 217
References:– RIC 389 fouree
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 53626 viewsObv:– IVLIA DO-MNA AVG, Draped bust right, hair tied in bun behind
Rev:– VENER-I V-ICTR, Venus naked to waist, standing right, seen from behind, leaning on column, holding apple and palm.
Minted in Rome A.D. 193 - 196
Reference:– RIC IV 536
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 55738 viewsObv– IVLIA AVGVSTA, Draped bust right
Rev:– HILARITAS, Hilaritas standing left, holding palm in right hand, cornucopiae in left; two children at her feet
Minted in Rome, A.D. 208
References:– BMCRE 34, RIC 557, RSC 79
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 56026 viewsObv:– IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust right
Rev:– IVNO REGINA, Juno, veiled, standing left, holding patera and sceptre; at feet left, peacock
Minted in Rome. A.D. 196-211
Reference:– RIC IV 560
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 57162 viewsObv:– IVLIA AVGVSTA, Draped bust right
Rev:– P SEPT GETA CAES PONT, Bust of Geta right.
References:– RIC 571

A poor example but a rare type.
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 57217 viewsObv:– IVLIA AVGVSTA, Draped bust right
Rev:– PIETAS AVGG, Pietas standing left , veiled and right hand dropping incense on altar left and holding box in right arm.
Minted in Rome
References:– RIC 572
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 57413 viewsObv:– IVLIA AVGVSTA, Draped bust right
Rev:– PIETAS PVBLICA, Pietas standing left, veiled both hands raised, palm up, at left an altar.
Minted in Rome
References:– RIC 574
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 57757 viewsObv:– IVLIA AVGVSTA, Draped bust right
Rev:– SAECVLI FELICITAS, Isis, wearing polos on head, standing right, left foot on prow, holding Horus; behind, rudder resting against altar.
Reverse Legend –
Minted in Rome
References:– RIC 577
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 607a14 viewsObv:– IVLIA DOMNA AVG, Draped bust right
Rev:– AEQVITAS II, Aequitas standing left holding scales and cornucopia
Minted in Alexandria. A.D. 194
Reference:– BMCRE Page 86. Queried. RIC IV 607a (This mint?) Rated R2. RSC 3a (Plated hybrid??)
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 60828 viewsObv:– IVLIA DOMNA AVG, Draped bust right
Rev:– BONI EVENTVS, Bonus Eventus standing left, holding basket of fruit and corn-ears
Minted in Alexandria
Reference:– RIC IV 608. RSC 10
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 61020 viewsObv:– IVLIA DOMNA AVG, Draped bust right
Rev:– MONETA AVG, Moneta standing left, holding scales and cornucopia
Minted in Alexandria. A.D. 194
Ref:– BMCRE 329. RIC IV 610. RSC 144
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 61022 viewsObv:– IVLIA DOMNA AVG, Draped bust right
Rev:– PIE-TAS, Pietas seated left, on high backed throne, holding palladium
Minted in Alexandria. A.D. 194
Ref:– BMCRE 330. RIC IV 612. RSC 146c
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 61019 viewsObv:– IVLIA DOMNA AVG, Draped bust right, hair tied in bun behind
Rev:– MONETA AVG, Moneta standing left, scales and cornucopia
Minted in Alexandria. A.D. 193-196
Reference:– BMCRE 329. RIC IV 610 (Rated R2). RSC 144
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 61019 viewsObv:– IVLIA DOMNA AVG, Draped bust right, hair tied in bun behind
Rev:– MONETA AVG, Moneta standing left, scales and cornucopia
Minted in Alexandria. A.D. 193-196
Reference(s) – BMCRE 329 (Lincoln 1927, appears to be a die pair match). RIC IV 610 (Rated R2, citing Cohen). Cohen 143.

A dark blue-black tone. Finder's spade mark on obverse.
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 61018 viewsObv:– IVLIA DOMNA AVG, Draped bust right
Rev:– PIE-TAS, Pietas seated left, on high backed throne, holding palladium
Minted in Alexandria. A.D. 194
Ref:– BMCRE 330. RIC IV 612. RSC 146c
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 61016 viewsObv:– IVLIA DOMNA AVG, Draped bust right
Rev:– PIE-TAS, Pietas seated left, on high backed throne, holding palladium
Minted in Alexandria. A.D. 194
Ref:– BMCRE 330. RIC IV 612. RSC 146c
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 61615 viewsObv:– IVLIA DO-MNA AVG, Draped bust right, hair tied in bun behind
Rev:– BONI EV-ENTVS (S modified from C), Fides standing left, holding plate of fruit in right hand, grain ears in left
Minted in Emesa. A.D. 194-195
Reference(s) – RIC Emesa 616 (Rare); BMCRE 328B; RSC 10.

S modified from C not noted in references.
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 61620 viewsObv:– IVLIA DO-MNA AVG, Draped bust right, hair tied in bun behind
Rev:– BONI EV-ENTVS, Bonus Eventus standing left, holding plate of fruit in right hand, grain ears in left
Minted in Emesa. A.D. 194-194
Reference:– RIC 616 (R) ; BMCRE 328B; RSC 10
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 616A16 viewsObv:– IVLIA DOMNA AVG, Draped bust right
Rev:– CERER FRVG, Ceres standing left, holding grain ears in right hand, torch in left
Minted in Emesa, A.D. 194-195
References:– BMCRE pg. 102. RIC IV 616A, RSC 13a
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 62135 viewsObv:– IVLIA DO-MNA AVG, Draped bust right, hair tied in bun behind
Rev:– FELECITAS TEMPOR, Grain ear between crossed cornucopiae.
Minted in Emesa. A.D. 194 195
Reference(s) – RIC IV 621 (Rare, Septimius confirmed, noted as doubtful by RIC but with FELICITAS)
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 62429 viewsObv:– IVLIA DOMNA AVG, Draped bust right
Rev:– FORT-VN REDVC, Fortuna seated left, holding rudder and cornucopia
Minted in Syria.
Reference:– BMCRE p. 103 note citing Cohen 65 (Hamburger Coll.). RIC IV 624 (Rated scarce). RSC 65
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 62773 viewsObv:– IVLIA DOMNA AVG, Draped bust right
Rev:– LIBERAL . AVG, Liberalitas standing left, holding abacus in right hand, cornucopiae in left
Minted in Emesa, A.D. 194-195
References:– BMCRE pg. 102, RIC 627, RSC 103
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 62713 viewsObv:– IVLIA DOMNA AVG, Draped bust right
Rev:– LIBERAL AVG, Liberalitas standing left, holding abacus in right hand, cornucopiae in left
Minted in Emesa, A.D. 194-195
References:– BMCRE pg. 102, RIC 627, RSC 103
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 63016 viewsObv:– IVLIA DOMNA AVG, Draped bust right
Rev:– VENER VICT, Venus standing left, holding apple in right hand, sceptre in left
Minted in Laodicea-ad-Mare, A.D. 195
References:– BMCRE 422, RIC 630, RSC 188a
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 63019 viewsObv:– IVLIA DOMNA AVG, Draped bust right
Rev:– VENER-I VICT, Venus standing left, holding apple in right hand, sceptre in left
Minted in Laodicea-ad-Mare, A.D. 195
References:– BMCRE 422, RIC 630, RSC 188a

Beautiful rainbow tone developing on the obverse.
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 63018 viewsObv:– IVLIA DOMNA AVG, Draped bust right
Rev:– VENER VICT, Venus standing left, holding apple in right hand, sceptre in left
Minted in an Eastern mint - old-style, A.D. 195
References:– BMCRE 422, RIC 630, RSC 188a
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 63030 viewsObv:– IVLIA DOMNA AVG, Draped bust right
Rev:– VENE-R VICT, Venus standing left, holding apple in right hand, sceptre in left
Minted in Laodicea-ad-Mare, A.D. 195
References:– BMCRE 422, RIC 630, RSC 188a
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 63228 viewsObv:– IVLIA DOMNA, Draped bust right, hair tied in bun behind
Rev:– VENERI VICTR, Venus standing left, holding apple in right hand, sceptre in left
Minted in Emesa.
Reference:– BMCRE 424. RIC IV 632 (Rated scarce). RSC 194.
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 63236 viewsObv:– IVLIA DOMNA AVG, Draped bust right
Rev:– VENERI VICTR, Venus standing left, holding apple in right hand, sceptre in left
Minted in Syria.
Reference:– RIC IV 632 (Rated scarce). RSC 194
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 63237 viewsObv:– IVLIA DOMNA AVG, Draped bust right
Rev:– VENERI VICTR, Venus standing left, holding apple in right hand, sceptre in left
Minted in Emesa. A.D. 193-196
Reference:– BMCRE 424. RIC IV 632 (Rated scarce). RSC 194
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 63324 viewsObv:– IVLIA DOMNA AVG, Draped bust right
Rev:– VENER VICTOR, Venus standing left, holding apple in right hand, sceptre in left
Minted in Rome. A.D. 193-196
Reference:– BMCRE 423. RIC IV 633 (Rated scarce). RSC 189
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 63613 viewsObv:– IVLIA AVGVSTA, Draped bust right, hair tied in bun behind
Rev:– CERERI F-RVGIF, Ceres seated left, holding grain ears in right hand, torch in left
Minted in Laodicea-ad-Mare. A.D. 196 - 202
References:– BMC S10-13. RIC 636. RSC 14.
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 63636 viewsObv:– IVLIA AVGVSTA, Draped bust right, hair tied in bun behind
Rev:– CERERI FRVGIF, Ceres seated left, holding grain ears in right hand, torch in left
Minted in Laodicea-ad-Mare. A.D. 196 - 202
References:– BMC S10-13. RIC 636. RSC 14.
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 64117 viewsObv:– IVLIA AVGVSTA, Draped bust right, hair tied in bun behind
Rev:– LAETI-TIA, Laetitia standing left, holding wreath in right hand, anchor in left
Minted in Laodicea-ad-Mare. A.D. 196 - 202
References:– BMC 604. RIC 641. RSC 101.
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 64311 viewsObv:– IVLIA AVGVSTA, Draped bust right
Rev:– PIETAS PVBLICA, Pietas, veiled, standing left, by altar, raising both hands
Minted in Laodicea-ad-Mare. A.D. 198-202
Reference:– BMCRE 612. RIC 643. RSC 156.
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 643 (example 1)13 viewsObv:– IVLIA AVGVSTA, Draped bust right
Rev:– PIETAS PVBLICA, Pietas, veiled, standing left, by altar, raising both hands
Minted in Laodicea-ad-Mare, A.D. 198-202
References:– BMCRE 612, RIC 643, RSC 156

The two examples of this coin here have different reverse legend breaks
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 643 (example 2)15 viewsObv:– IVLIA AVGVSTA, Draped bust right
Rev:– PIETAS PVBLICA, Pietas, veiled, standing left, by altar, raising both hands
Minted in Laodicea-ad-Mare, A.D. 198-202
References:– BMCRE 612, RIC 643, RSC 156

The two examples of this coin here have different reverse legend breaks
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 64412 viewsObv:– IVLIA AVGVSTA, Draped bust right
Rev:– PVDICITIA, Pudicitia veiled seated left, hand on breast
Minted in Laodicea-ad-Mare, A.D. 198 - 202
References:– BMCRE 614, RIC 644, RSC 168
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 64618 viewsObv:– IVLIA AVGVSTA, Draped bust right
Rev:– VENVS FELIX, Venus standing facing, head left, apple in right, scepter in left
Minted in Laodicea ad Mare. A.D. 193-196
Reference:– BMCRE 620. RIC IV 646, RSC III 197
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC 64825 viewsObv:– IVLIA AVGVSTA, Draped bust right
Rev:– VESTAE SANCTAE, Vesta standing left, veiled, patera in right, sceptre in left
Minted in Laodicea-ad-Mare. A.D. 195-198
Reference:– BMCRE 622-624. RIC IV 648. RSC 246
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC IV [Caracalla] 39111 viewsObv:– IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG, Draped bust right
Rev:– VESTA, Vesta seated left, holding simpulum and scepter
Minted in Rome.
Reference:– BMCRE 31. RIC IV [Caracalla] 391. RSC 226.
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC unlisted17 viewsObv:– IVLIA DOMNA AVG, Draped bust right, hair tied in bun behind
Rev:– FORTVN REDVCI, Fortuna seated left, holding rudder and cornucopia
Minted in Emesa. A.D. 193-196
Reference:– BMCRE -. RIC IV -. RSC -.
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC unlisted18 viewsObv:– IVLIA DOMNA AVG, Draped bust right
Rev:– LIBER AVG, Liberalitas standing left, holding abacus in right hand, cornucopiae in left
Minted in Emesa. A.D. 194 195
Reference:– RIC IV -.
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065 - Julia Domna denarius - RIC unlisted mule48 viewsObv:– IVLIA DOMNA AVG, Draped bust right, hair tied in bun behind
Rev:– VIRTVS AVG COS II, Roma, seated left on shield, holding Victory and spear
Minted in Alexandria, A.D. 194
References:– RIC - (Unlisted Hybrid with reverse from Sept. Sev. 350I (which is R2))

This is possibly the third recorded specimen.
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065 - Julia Domna, AE23, Antioch Pisidia, Men 29 viewsAE23
Obv:– IVLIA DOMNA AVG, Draped bust right
Rev:– ANTIOC-H MENCIS, Mên standing right, holding sceptre and Nike with trophy in left hand, sceptre in right; cock to left and bucranium at feet
Minted in Pisidia, Antioch
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070 JULIAN II 15 viewsEMPEROR: Julian II
DENOMINATION:Siliqua
OBVERSE: FL CL IVLIA-NVS PF AVG, pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right
REVERSE: / VOTIS V MVLTIS X in four lines within wreath
EXERGUE: LVG
DATE:
MINT: Lugdunum
WEIGHT: 1.78 g
RIC VIII Lyons 218
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072 - Julia Paula denarius - RIC 21130 viewsObv:– IVLIA PAVLA AVG, Bare, draped head right
Rev:– CONCORDIA, Concordia seated left holding patera, elbow rests on arm of throne, star in left field.
Minted in Rome.
Reference:– RIC 211. RSC 6a.
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075 - Julia Soaemias denarius - RIC 243 (example 1)45 viewsDenarius,
Obv:- IVLIA SOAEMIAS AVG, Bare head right
Rev:– VENVS CAELESTIS, Venus seated lt., holding an apple and a sceptre, cupid stands before her.
References– RIC 243, RSC 14
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075 - Julia Soaemias denarius - RIC 243 (example 2)40 viewsObv:- IVLIA SOAEMIAS AVG, Bare head right
Rev:– VENVS CAELESTIS, Venus seated lt., holding an apple and a sceptre, cupid stands before her.
References– RIC 243, RSC 14
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075. Julia Domna (Wife of Septimius Severus)25 viewsAv.: IVLIA DOMNA AVG
Rv.: VENERI VICTR

AR Denarius Ø15-19 / 2,1g
RIC 536 Rome, Cohen 194
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076 - Julia Maesa denarius - RIC 25464 viewsObv:- IVLIA MAESA AVG, Bare head right
Rev:– IVNO, Juno veiled standing left, holding patera and sceptre.
References:- RIC 254, RSC 16
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076 - Julia Maesa denarius - RIC 26649 viewsDenarius
Obv:– IVLIA MAESA AVG Draped bust of Julia Maesa to right, her hair bound in a bun at the back
Rev:– PIETAS AVG Pietas standing facing, her head turned to left, raising both hands in prayer; at her feet to left, altar
Minted in Rome. A.D. 218-220
Reference– Cohen 34a. RIC 266

3.88g, 20.04mm, 180o
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076 - Julia Maesa denarius - RIC 27112 viewsObv:– IVLIA MAESA AVG, Bare head right
Rev:– SAECVLI FELICITAS, Felicitas standing left with long caduceus, sacrificing out of patera over lighted altar, star right
Minted in Rome.
Reference– RIC 271, RSC 45, BMC 79
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077. Julia Domna.11 viewsDenarius, ca 198 AD, Rome mint.
Obverse: IVLIA AVGVSTA / Bust of Domna.
Reverse: MATER DEVM / Cybele, sitting on throne between two lions, holding branch and sceptre, arm resting on drum.
3.29 gm., 19 mm.
RIC #564; Sear #6593

The appearance of Cybele on the above coin shows Domna's interest in eastern religions. The various attributes of personifications and gods on the reverse of Roman coins were often associated with the person pictured on the obverse of the coin. In this case, the words MATER DEVM (Mother of the gods) applied to Domna is interesting since her sons were Caracalla and Geta.
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079 - Julia Mamaea AE Sestertius - RIC 70843 viewsObv:– IVLIA MAMAEA AVGVSTA, Diademed & draped bust right
Rev:– VESTA / S C, Vesta standing left, holding Palladium & scepter
References:– RIC 708
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079 - Julia Mamaea denarius - RIC 33850 viewsObv:– IVLIA MAMAEA AVG , Diademed and draped bust right
Rev:– FELICITAS PVBLICA, Felicity seated left, holding scepter and a cornucopiae
References:– RIC 338, RSC 24
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079 - Julia Mamaea denarius - RIC 34329 viewsObv:– IVLIA MAMAEA AVG, Draped bust right
Rev:– IVNO CONSERVATRIX, Juno, diademed, veiled, standing half-left, with patera & scepter & peacock at feet
References:– RIC 343, RSC 35
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079 - Julia Mamaea denarius - RIC 35121 viewsIVLIA MAMAEA AVG, Diademed, draped bust right
Rev:– VENERI FELICI, Venus standing front, head right, holding Cupid & scepter
Minted in Rome.
Reference:– RIC 351, RSC 60, BMC 189
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079 - Julia Mamaea denarius - RIC 35841 viewsObv:– IVLIA MAMAEA AVG, Diademed & draped bust right
Rev:– VENVS VICTRIX, Venus standing front, head left, with helmet & scepter, shield at feet
References:– RIC 358, RSC 76
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079 - Julia Mamaea denarius - RIC 36021 viewsIVLIA MAMAEA AVG, Diademed, draped bust right
Rev:– VESTA, Vesta standing half-left, holding palladium & scepter
Minted in Rome.
Reference:– RIC 360, RSC 81, BMC 381
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079 - Julia Mamaea denarius - RIC 36239 viewsObv:– IVLIA MAMAEA AVG, Draped bust right
Rev:– VESTA, Vesta standing left holding patera and transverse scepter
References:– RIC 362, RSC 85
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079 - Julia Mamaea denarius - RIC 3629 viewsObv:– IVLIA MAMAEA AVG, Draped bust right
Rev:– VESTA, Vesta standing left holding patera and transverse scepter
Minted in Rome.
Reference(s) – RSC 85. RIC 362
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079 - Julia Mamaea, Sestertius- RIC 70811 viewsObv:– IVLIA MAMAEA AVGVSTA, Diademed & draped bust right
Rev:– VESTA / S C, Vesta standing left, holding Palladium and scepter
Minted in Rome.
Reference:– Cohen 83. RIC 708
 
20.78g, 31.50mm, 0o
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079. Julia Domna.12 viewsDenarius, ca 215 AD, Rome mint.
Obverse: IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG / Bust of Domna.
Reverse: VESTA / Vesta seated, holding simpulum and sceptre.
3.23 gm., 18 mm.
RIC #391; Sear #7109.

This coin of Domna was issued during the reign of her son Caracalla. The title PIA FELIX on the coins of Domna minted during her son's reign suggests that she played a definite part in the governing of the Empire.
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082. Julia Maesa (grandmother of Elagabalus, sister of Julia Domna)13 viewsAv.: IVLIA MAESA AVG
Rv.: PVDICITIA

AR Denarius Ø19 / 1.9g
RIC IV 268 Rome, Cohen 36
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083. Julia Soaemias (mother of Elagabalus)13 viewsAv.: IVLIA SOAEMIAS AVG
Rv.: VENVS CAELESTIS
Right: star

AR Denarius Ø18-20 / 2.1g
RIC IV 241 Rome, Cohen 8
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088. Julia Mamaea (Mother of Severus Alexander)14 viewsAv.: IVLIA MAMAEA AVGVSTA
Rv.: VENVS FELIX / S-C

AE Sestertius Ø30 / 20.4g
RIC IV 701 Rome, Cohen 69
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1-3-4 - AUGUSTUS (27 A.C. - 14 D.C.)48 viewsColonia Julia Traducta
Hispania

AE AS 25 mm 13.3 gr

Anv: ”PERM CAES AVG” – Cabeza desnuda, viendo a izquierda.
Rev: ”IVLIA TRAD” – Leyenda en dos lineas, dentro de una corona de hojas de roble.

Acuñada: aproximadamente 15 A.C. - 14 D.C.

Referencias: RPC #108 – SNG Cop #459 - Sear GICV I #18, Pag.3 - Sear '88 #538 - Cohen #623, Pag.151 - Vives #164.13 - Heiss #2, Pag.336
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108. Didius Julianus58 views193 A.D. - The Year of Five Emperors. On 1 January, the Senate selected Pertinax, against his will, to succeed the late Commodus as Emperor. The Praetorian Guard assassinated him on 28 March and auctioned the throne to the highest bidder, Didius Julianus, who offered 300 million sesterces. Outraged by the Praetorians, legions in Illyricum select Septimius Severus as emperor; in Britannia the legions select their governor Clodius Albinus, and in Syria the legions select their governor Pescennius Niger. On 1 June Septimius Severus entered the capital, put Julianus put to death and replaced the Praetorian Guard with his own troops. Clodius Albinus allied with Severus and accepted the title of Caesar. Pescennius Niger was defeated, killed and his head displayed in Rome.


SH67895. Orichalcum sestertius, RIC VI 14, BMCRE V 20, Cohen 3, Cayon III 1, SRCV II 6075, aF, weight 19.437 g, maximum diameter 27.6 mm, die axis 180o, Rome mint, obverse IMP CAES M DID SEVER IVLIAN AVG, laureate head right; reverse CONCORD MILIT, S - C, Concordia Militum standing half left, flanked by legionary eagle before in right and standard behind in left.

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136a Julian II. AE1 8.9gm25 viewsobv: DN FL CL IVLIANVS PF AVG pearl dia. drp. cuir. bust r.
rev: SECVRITAS REI PVB bull, head facing, std. r. above two stars
ex: CVZB
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1409a, Julian II "the Philosopher," February 360 - 26 June 363 A.D.143 viewsJulian II, A.D. 360-363; RIC 167; VF; 2.7g, 20mm; Constantinople mint; Obverse: DN FL CL IVLIANVS P F AVG, helmeted & cuirassed bust right, holding spear & shield; Reverse: VOT X MVLT XX in four lines within wreath; CONSPB in exergue; Attractive green patina. Ex Nemesis.


De Imperatoribus Romanis,
An Online Encyclopedia of Roman Emperors

Julian the Apostate (360-363 A.D.)

Walter E. Roberts, Emory University
Michael DiMaio, Jr., Salve Regina University

Introduction

The emperor Flavius Claudius Julianus reigned from 360 to 26 June 363, when he was killed fighting against the Persians. Despite his short rule, his emperorship was pivotal in the development of the history of the later Roman empire. This essay is not meant to be a comprehensive look at the various issues central to the reign of Julian and the history of the later empire. Rather, this short work is meant to be a brief history and introduction for the general reader. Julian was the last direct descendent of the Constantinian line to ascend to the purple, and it is one of history's great ironies that he was the last non-Christian emperor. As such, he has been vilified by most Christian sources, beginning with John Chrysostom and Gregory Nazianzus in the later fourth century. This tradition was picked up by the fifth century Eusebian continuators Sozomen, Socrates Scholasticus, and Theodoret and passed on to scholars down through the 20th century. Most contemporary sources, however, paint a much more balanced picture of Julian and his reign. The adoption of Christianity by emperors and society, while still a vital concern, was but one of several issues that concerned Julian.

It is fortunate that extensive writings from Julian himself exist, which help interpret his reign in the light of contemporary evidence. Still extant are some letters, several panegyrics, and a few satires. Other contemporary sources include the soldier Ammianus Marcellinus' history, correspondence between Julian and Libanius of Antioch, several panegyrics, laws from the Theodosian Code, inscriptions, and coinage. These sources show Julian's emphasis on restoration. He saw himself as the restorer of the traditional values of Roman society. Of course much of this was rhetoric, meant to defend Julian against charges that he was a usurper. At the same time this theme of restoration was central to all emperors of the fourth century. Julian thought that he was the one emperor who could regain what was viewed as the lost glory of the Roman empire. To achieve this goal he courted select groups of social elites to get across his message of restoration. This was the way that emperors functioned in the fourth century. By choosing whom to include in the sharing of power, they sought to shape society.

Early Life

Julian was born at Constantinople in 331. His father was Julius Constantius, half-brother of the emperor Constantine through Constantius Chlorus, and his mother was Basilina, Julius' second wife. Julian had two half-brothers via Julius' first marriage. One of these was Gallus, who played a major role in Julian's life. Julian appeared destined for a bright future via his father's connection to the Constantinian house. After many years of tense relations with his three half-brothers, Constantine seemed to have welcomed them into the fold of the imperial family. From 333 to 335, Constantine conferred a series of honors upon his three half-siblings, including appointing Julius Constantius as one of the consuls for 335. Julian's mother was equally distinguished. Ammianus related that she was from a noble family. This is supported by Libanius, who claimed that she was the daughter of Julius Julianus, a Praetorian Prefect under Licinius, who was such a model of administrative virtue that he was pardoned and honored by Constantine.

Despite the fact that his mother died shortly after giving birth to him, Julian experienced an idyllic early childhood. This ended when Constantius II conducted a purge of many of his relatives shortly after Constantine's death in 337, particularly targeting the families of Constantine's half-brothers. ulian and Gallus were spared, probably due to their young age. Julian was put under the care of Mardonius, a Scythian eunuch who had tutored his mother, in 339, and was raised in the Greek philosophical tradition, and probably lived in Nicomedia. Ammianus also supplied the fact that while in Nicomedia, Julian was cared for by the local bishop Eusebius, of whom the future emperor was a distant relation. Julian was educated by some of the most famous names in grammar and rhetoric in the Greek world at that time, including Nicocles and Hecebolius. In 344 Constantius II sent Julian and Gallus to Macellum in Cappadocia, where they remained for six years. In 351, Gallus was made Caesar by Constantius II and Julian was allowed to return to Nicomedia, where he studied under Aedesius, Eusebius, and Chrysanthius, all famed philosophers, and was exposed to the Neo-Platonism that would become such a prominent part of his life. But Julian was most proud of the time he spent studying under Maximus of Ephesus, a noted Neo-Platonic philospher and theurgist. It was Maximus who completed Julian's full-scale conversion to Neo-Platonism. Later, when he was Caesar, Julian told of how he put letters from this philosopher under his pillows so that he would continue to absorb wisdom while he slept, and while campaigning on the Rhine, he sent his speeches to Maximus for approval before letting others hear them. When Gallus was executed in 354 for treason by Constantius II, Julian was summoned to Italy and essentially kept under house arrest at Comum, near Milan, for seven months before Constantius' wife Eusebia convinced the emperor that Julian posed no threat. This allowed Julian to return to Greece and continue his life as a scholar where he studied under the Neo-Platonist Priscus. Julian's life of scholarly pursuit, however, ended abruptly when he was summoned to the imperial court and made Caesar by Constantius II on 6 November 355.

Julian as Caesar

Constantius II realized an essential truth of the empire that had been evident since the time of the Tetrarchy--the empire was too big to be ruled effectively by one man. Julian was pressed into service as Caesar, or subordinate emperor, because an imperial presence was needed in the west, in particular in the Gallic provinces. Julian, due to the emperor's earlier purges, was the only viable candidate of the imperial family left who could act as Caesar. Constantius enjoined Julian with the task of restoring order along the Rhine frontier. A few days after he was made Caesar, Julian was married to Constantius' sister Helena in order to cement the alliance between the two men. On 1 December 355, Julian journeyed north, and in Augusta Taurinorum he learned that Alamannic raiders had destroyed Colonia Agrippina. He then proceeded to Vienne where he spent the winter. At Vienne, he learned that Augustudunum was also under siege, but was being held by a veteran garrison. He made this his first priority, and arrived there on 24 June 356. When he had assured himself that the city was in no immediate danger, he journeyed to Augusta Treverorum via Autessioduram, and from there to Durocortorum where he rendezvoused with his army. Julian had the army stage a series of punitive strikes around the Dieuse region, and then he moved them towards the Argentoratum/Mongontiacum region when word of barbarian incursions reached him.

From there, Julian moved on to Colonia Agrippina, and negotiated a peace with the local barbarian leaders who had assaulted the city. He then wintered at Senonae. He spent the early part of the campaigning season of 357 fighting off besiegers at Senonae, and then conducting operations around Lugdunum and Tres Tabernae. Later that summer, he encountered his watershed moment as a military general. Ammianus went into great detail about Julian's victory over seven rogue Alamannic chieftains near Argentoratum, and Julian himself bragged about it in his later writing. After this battle, the soldiers acclaimed Julian Augustus, but he rejected this title. After mounting a series of follow-up raids into Alamannic territory, he retired to winter quarters at Lutetia, and on the way defeated some Frankish raiders in the Mosa region. Julian considered this campaign one of the major events of his time as Caesar.

Julian began his 358 military campaigns early, hoping to catch the barbarians by surprise. His first target was the Franks in the northern Rhine region. He then proceeded to restore some forts in the Mosa region, but his soldiers threatened to mutiny because they were on short rations and had not been paid their donative since Julian had become Caesar. After he soothed his soldiers, Julian spent the rest of the summer negotiating a peace with various Alamannic leaders in the mid and lower Rhine areas, and retired to winter quarters at Lutetia. In 359, he prepared once again to carry out a series of punitive expeditions against the Alamanni in the Rhine region who were still hostile to the Roman presence. In preparation, the Caesar repopulated seven previously destroyed cities and set them up as supply bases and staging areas. This was done with the help of the people with whom Julian had negotiated a peace the year before. Julian then had a detachment of lightly armed soldiers cross the Rhine near Mogontiacum and conduct a guerilla strike against several chieftains. As a result of these campaigns, Julian was able to negotiate a peace with all but a handful of the Alamannic leaders, and he retired to winter quarters at Lutetia.

Of course, Julian did more than act as a general during his time as Caesar. According to Ammianus, Julian was an able administrator who took steps to correct the injustices of Constantius' appointees. Ammianus related the story of how Julian prevented Florentius, the Praetorian Prefect of Gaul, from raising taxes, and also how Julian actually took over as governor for the province of Belgica Secunda. Hilary, bishop of Poitiers, supported Ammianus' basic assessment of Julian in this regard when he reported that Julian was an able representative of the emperor to the Gallic provincials. There is also epigraphic evidence to support Julian's popularity amongst the provincial elites. An inscription found near Beneventum in Apulia reads:
"To Flavius Claudius Julianus, most noble and sanctified Caesar, from the caring Tocius Maximus, vir clarissimus, for the care of the res publica from Beneventum".

Tocius Maximus, as a vir clarissimus, was at the highest point in the social spectrum and was a leader in his local community. This inscription shows that Julian was successful in establishing a positive image amongst provincial elites while he was Caesar.

Julian Augustus

In early 360, Constantius, driven by jealousy of Julian's success, stripped Julian of many troops and officers, ostensibly because the emperor needed them for his upcoming campaign against the Persians. One of the legions ordered east, the Petulantes, did not want to leave Gaul because the majority of the soldiers in the unit were from this region. As a result they mutinied and hailed Julian as Augustus at Lutetia. Julian refused this acclamation as he had done at Argentoratum earlier, but the soldiers would have none of his denial. They raised him on a shield and adorned him with a neck chain, which had formerly been the possession of the standard-bearer of the Petulantes and symbolized a royal diadem. Julian appeared reluctantly to acquiesce to their wishes, and promised a generous donative. The exact date of his acclamation is unknown, but most scholars put it in February or March. Julian himself supported Ammianus' picture of a jealous Constantius. In his Letter to the Athenians, a document constructed to answer charges that he was a usurper, Julian stated that from the start he, as Caesar, had been meant as a figurehead to the soldiers and provincials. The real power he claimed lay with the generals and officials already present in Gaul. In fact, according to Julian, the generals were charged with watching him as much as the enemy. His account of the actual acclamation closely followed what Ammianus told us, but he stressed even more his reluctance to take power. Julian claimed that he did so only after praying to Zeus for guidance.

Fearing the reaction of Constantius, Julian sent a letter to his fellow emperor justifying the events at Lutetia and trying to arrange a peaceful solution. This letter berated Constantius for forcing the troops in Gaul into an untenable situation. Ammianus stated that Julian's letter blamed Constantius' decision to transfer Gallic legions east as the reason for the soldiers' rebellion. Julian once again asserted that he was an unwilling participant who was only following the desire of the soldiers. In both of these basic accounts Ammianus and Julian are playing upon the theme of restoration. Implicit in their version of Julian's acclamation is the argument that Constantius was unfit to rule. The soldiers were the vehicle of the gods' will. The Letter to the Athenians is full of references to the fact that Julian was assuming the mantle of Augustus at the instigation of the gods. Ammianus summed up this position nicely when he related the story of how, when Julian was agonizing over whether to accept the soldiers' acclamation, he had a dream in which he was visited by the Genius (guardian spirit) of the Roman state. The Genius told Julian that it had often tried to bestow high honors upon Julian but had been rebuffed. Now, the Genius went on to say, was Julian's final chance to take the power that was rightfully his. If the Caesar refused this chance, the Genius would depart forever, and both Julian and the state would rue Julian's rejection. Julian himself wrote a letter to his friend Maximus of Ephesus in November of 361 detailing his thoughts on his proclamation. In this letter, Julian stated that the soldiers proclaimed him Augustus against his will. Julian, however, defended his accession, saying that the gods willed it and that he had treated his enemies with clemency and justice. He went on to say that he led the troops in propitiating the traditional deities, because the gods commanded him to return to the traditional rites, and would reward him if he fulfilled this duty.

During 360 an uneasy peace simmered between the two emperors. Julian spent the 360 campaigning season continuing his efforts to restore order along the Rhine, while Constantius continued operations against the Persians. Julian wintered in Vienne, and celebrated his Quinquennalia. It was at this time that his wife Helena died, and he sent her remains to Rome for a proper burial at his family villa on the Via Nomentana where the body of her sister was entombed. The uneasy peace held through the summer of 361, but Julian concentrated his military operations around harassing the Alamannic chieftain Vadomarius and his allies, who had concluded a peace treaty with Constantius some years earlier. By the end of the summer, Julian decided to put an end to the waiting and gathered his army to march east against Constantius. The empire teetered on the brink of another civil war. Constantius had spent the summer negotiating with the Persians and making preparations for possible military action against his cousin. When he was assured that the Persians would not attack, he summoned his army and sallied forth to meet Julian. As the armies drew inexorably closer to one another, the empire was saved from another bloody civil war when Constantius died unexpectedly of natural causes on 3 November near the town of Mopsucrenae in Cilicia, naming Julian -- the sources say-- as his legitimate successor.

Julian was in Dacia when he learned of his cousin's death. He made his way through Thrace and came to Constantinople on 11 December 361 where Julian honored the emperor with the funeral rites appropriate for a man of his station. Julian immediately set about putting his supporters in positions of power and trimming the imperial bureaucracy, which had become extremely overstaffed during Constantius' reign. Cooks and barbers had increased during the late emperor's reign and Julian expelled them from his court. Ammianus gave a mixed assessment of how the new emperor handled the followers of Constantius. Traditionally, emperors were supposed to show clemency to the supporters of a defeated enemy. Julian, however, gave some men over to death to appease the army. Ammianus used the case of Ursulus, Constantius' comes sacrum largitionum, to illustrate his point. Ursulus had actually tried to acquire money for the Gallic troops when Julian had first been appointed Caesar, but he had also made a disparaging remark about the ineffectiveness of the army after the battle of Amida. The soldiers remembered this, and when Julian became sole Augustus, they demanded Ursulus' head. Julian obliged, much to the disapproval of Ammianus. This seems to be a case of Julian courting the favor of the military leadership, and is indicative of a pattern in which Julian courted the goodwill of various societal elites to legitimize his position as emperor.

Another case in point is the officials who made up the imperial bureaucracy. Many of them were subjected to trial and punishment. To achieve this goal, during the last weeks of December 361 Julian assembled a military tribunal at Chalcedon, empanelling six judges to try the cases. The president of the tribunal was Salutius, just promoted to the rank of Praetorian Prefect; the five other members were Mamertinus, the orator, and four general officers: Jovinus, Agilo, Nevitta, and Arbetio. Relative to the proceedings of the tribunal, Ammianus noted that the judges, " . . . oversaw the cases more vehemently than was right or fair, with the exception of a few . . .." Ammianus' account of Julian's attempt at reform of the imperial bureaucracy is supported by legal evidence from the Theodosian Code. A series of laws sent to Mamertinus, Julian's appointee as Praetorian Prefect in Italy, Illyricum, and Africa, illustrate this point nicely. On 6 June 362, Mamertinus received a law that prohibited provincial governors from bypassing the Vicars when giving their reports to the Prefect. Traditionally, Vicars were given civil authority over a group of provinces, and were in theory meant to serve as a middle step between governors and Prefects. This law suggests that the Vicars were being left out, at least in Illyricum. Julian issued another edict to Mamertinus on 22 February 362 to stop abuse of the public post by governors. According to this law, only Mamertinus could issue post warrants, but the Vicars were given twelve blank warrants to be used as they saw fit, and each governor was given two. Continuing the trend of bureaucratic reform, Julian also imposed penalties on governors who purposefully delayed appeals in court cases they had heard. The emperor also established a new official to weigh solidi used in official government transactions to combat coin clipping.

For Julian, reigning in the abuses of imperial bureaucrats was one step in restoring the prestige of the office of emperor. Because he could not affect all elements of society personally, Julian, like other Neo-Flavian emperors, decided to concentrate on select groups of societal elites as intercessors between himself and the general populace. One of these groups was the imperial bureaucracy. Julian made it very clear that imperial officials were intercessors in a very real sense in a letter to Alypius, Vicar of Britain. In this letter, sent from Gaul sometime before 361, the emperor praises Alypius for his use of "mildness and moderation with courage and force" in his rule of the provincials. Such virtues were characteristic of the emperors, and it was good that Alypius is representing Julian in this way. Julian courted the army because it put him in power. Another group he sought to include in his rule was the traditional Senatorial aristocracy. One of his first appointments as consul was Claudius Mamertinus, a Gallic Senator and rhetorician. Mamertinus' speech in praise of Julian delivered at Constantinople in January of 362 is preserved. In this speech, Claudius presented his consular selection as inaugurating a new golden age and Julian as the restorer of the empire founded by Augustus. The image Mamertinus gave of his own consulate inaugurating a new golden age is not merely formulaic. The comparison of Julian to Augustus has very real, if implicit, relevance to Claudius' situation. Claudius emphasized the imperial period as the true age of renewal. Augustus ushered in a new era with his formation of a partnership between the emperor and the Senate based upon a series of honors and offices bestowed upon the Senate in return for their role as intercessor between emperor and populace. It was this system that Julian was restoring, and the consulate was one concrete example of this bond. To be chosen as a consul by the emperor, who himself had been divinely mandated, was a divine honor. In addition to being named consul, Mamertinus went on to hold several offices under Julian, including the Prefecture of Italy, Illyricum, and Africa. Similarly, inscriptional evidence illustrates a link between municipal elites and Julian during his time as Caesar, something which continued after he became emperor. One concrete example comes from the municipal senate of Aceruntia in Apulia, which established a monument on which Julian is styled as "Repairer of the World."

Julian seems to have given up actual Christian belief before his acclamation as emperor and was a practitioner of more traditional Greco-Roman religious beliefs, in particular, a follower of certain late antique Platonist philosophers who were especially adept at theurgy as was noted earlier. In fact Julian himself spoke of his conversion to Neo-Platonism in a letter to the Alexandrians written in 363. He stated that he had abandoned Christianity when he was twenty years old and been an adherent of the traditional Greco-Roman deities for the twelve years prior to writing this letter.

(For the complete text of this article see: http://www.roman-emperors.org/julian.htm)

Julian’s Persian Campaign

The exact goals Julian had for his ill-fated Persian campaign were never clear. The Sassanid Persians, and before them the Parthians, had been a traditional enemy from the time of the Late Republic, and indeed Constantius had been conducting a war against them before Julian's accession forced the former to forge an uneasy peace. Julian, however, had no concrete reason to reopen hostilities in the east. Socrates Scholasticus attributed Julian's motives to imitation of Alexander the Great, but perhaps the real reason lay in his need to gather the support of the army. Despite his acclamation by the Gallic legions, relations between Julian and the top military officers was uneasy at best. A war against the Persians would have brought prestige and power both to Julian and the army.

Julian set out on his fateful campaign on 5 March 363. Using his trademark strategy of striking quickly and where least expected, he moved his army through Heirapolis and from there speedily across the Euphrates and into the province of Mesopotamia, where he stopped at the town of Batnae. His plan was to eventually return through Armenia and winter in Tarsus. Once in Mesopotamia, Julian was faced with the decision of whether to travel south through the province of Babylonia or cross the Tigris into Assyria, and he eventually decided to move south through Babylonia and turn west into Assyria at a later date. By 27 March, he had the bulk of his army across the Euphrates, and had also arranged a flotilla to guard his supply line along the mighty river. He then left his generals Procopius and Sebastianus to help Arsacius, the king of Armenia and a Roman client, to guard the northern Tigris line. It was also during this time that he received the surrender of many prominent local leaders who had nominally supported the Persians. These men supplied Julian with money and troops for further military action against their former masters. Julian decided to turn south into Babylonia and proceeded along the Euphrates, coming to the fortress of Cercusium at the junction of the Abora and Euphrates Rivers around the first of April, and from there he took his army west to a region called Zaitha near the abandoned town of Dura where they visited the tomb of the emperor Gordian which was in the area. On April 7 he set out from there into the heart of Babylonia and towards Assyria.

Ammianus then stated that Julian and his army crossed into Assyria, which on the face of things appears very confusing. Julian still seems to be operating within the province of Babylonia between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. The confusion is alleviated when one realizes that,for Ammianus, the region of Assyria encompassed the provinces of Babylonia and Assyria. On their march, Julian's forces took the fortress of Anatha, received the surrender and support of several more local princes, and ravaged the countryside of Assyria between the rivers. As the army continued south, they came across the fortresses Thilutha and Achaiachala, but these places were too well defended and Julian decided to leave them alone. Further south were the cities Diacira and Ozogardana, which the Roman forces sacked and burned. Soon, Julian came to Pirisabora and a brief siege ensued, but the city fell and was also looted and destroyed. It was also at this time that the Roman army met its first systematic resistance from the Persians. As the Romans penetrated further south and west, the local inhabitants began to flood their route. Nevertheless, the Roman forces pressed on and came to Maiozamalcha, a sizable city not far from Ctesiphon. After a short siege, this city too fell to Julian. Inexorably, Julian's forces zeroed in on Ctesiphon, but as they drew closer, the Persian resistance grew fiercer, with guerilla raids whittling at Julian's men and supplies. A sizable force of the army was lost and the emperor himself was almost killed taking a fort a few miles from the target city.
Finally, the army approached Ctesiphon following a canal that linked the Tigris and Euphrates. It soon became apparent after a few preliminary skirmishes that a protracted siege would be necessary to take this important city. Many of his generals, however, thought that pursuing this course of action would be foolish. Julian reluctantly agreed, but became enraged by this failure and ordered his fleet to be burned as he decided to march through the province of Assyria. Julian had planned for his army to live off the land, but the Persians employed a scorched-earth policy. When it became apparent that his army would perish (because his supplies were beginning to dwindle) from starvation and the heat if he continued his campaign, and also in the face of superior numbers of the enemy, Julian ordered a retreat on 16 June. As the Roman army retreated, they were constantly harassed by guerilla strikes. It was during one of these raids that Julian got caught up in the fighting and took a spear to his abdomen. Mortally wounded he was carried to his tent, where, after conferring with some of his officers, he died. The date was 26 June 363.

Conclusion

Thus an ignominious end for a man came about who had hoped to restore the glory of the Roman empire during his reign as emperor. Due to his intense hatred of Christianity, the opinion of posterity has not been kind to Julian. The contemporary opinion, however, was overall positive. The evidence shows that Julian was a complex ruler with a definite agenda to use traditional social institutions in order to revive what he saw as a collapsing empire. In the final assessment, he was not so different from any of the other emperors of the fourth century. He was a man grasping desperately to hang on to a Greco-Roman conception of leadership that was undergoing a subtle yet profound change.
Copyright (C) 2002, Walter E. Roberts and Michael DiMaio, Jr. Used by permission.

In reality, Julian worked to promote culture and philosophy in any manifestation. He tried to reduce taxes and the public debts of municipalities; he augmented administrative decentralisation; he promoted a campaign of austerity to reduce public expenditure (setting himself as the example). He reformed the postal service and eliminated the powerful secret police.
by Federico Morando; JULIAN II, The Apostate, http://www.forumancientcoins.com/NumisWiki/view.asp?key=Julian%20II

Flavius Claudius Iulianus was born in 331 or maybe 332 A.D. in Constantinople. He ruled the Western Empire as Caesar from 355 to 360 and was hailed Augustus by his legions in Lutetia (Paris) in 360. Julian was a gifted administrator and military strategist. Famed as the last pagan emperor, his reinstatement of the pagan religion earned him the moniker "the Apostate." As evidenced by his brilliant writing, some of which has survived to the present day, the title "the Philosopher" may have been more appropriate. He died from wounds suffered during the Persian campaign of 363 A.D. Joseph Sermarini, FORVM.

Edited by J. P. Fitzgerald, Jr.




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176 - Julian II - AE3 - RIC VIII Antioch 18919 viewsAE3
Obv:– D N IVLIANVS- NOB CAES, Bare headed draped and cuirassed bust right
Rev:– FEL TEMP - REPARATIO, Soldier spears a horseman on left, clutching the neck of the horse
Minted in Antioch (// ANEI), 6th November A.D. 355 - 3rd November A.D. 361
Reference(s) – RIC VIII Antioch 189 (S)

15.92 mm. 2.06 gms. 180 degrees
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176 - Julian II - AE3 - RIC VIII Arles 274 28 viewsAE3
Obv:– DN IVLIAN-VS NOB CAES, Bare headed draped and cuirassed bust right
Rev:– FEL TEMP REPARATIO, Soldier spears a horseman on left, one hand holding the neck of the horse & the other back at his attacker
Minted in Arles (M // TCON), 6th November A.D. 355 - Spring A.D. 360
Reference(s) – RIC VIII Arles 274 (R)

2.37 gms. 19.94 mm. 180 degrees.
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176 - Julian II - AE3 - RIC VIII Lugdunum 195 29 viewsAE3
Obv:– IMP IVLIANVS NOB CAES, Bare headed draped and cuirassed bust right
Rev:– FEL TEMP - REPARATIO, Soldier spears a horseman on left, one hand holding the neck of the horse & the other back at his attacker; he wears a Phrygian cap
Minted in Lugdunum (// GSLG), 6th November A.D. 355 to Spring A.D. 360
Reference(s) – RIC VIII Lugdunum 195 (R)

2.18 gms. 18.35 mm. 0 degrees.
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176 - Julian II - AE3 - RIC VIII Siscia 385 18 viewsAE3
Obv:– D N IVLIANVS NOB C, Bare headed draped and cuirassed bust right
Rev:– FEL TEMP REPARATIO, Helmeted soldier left, shield on left arm, spearing falling horseman; shield at ground to right. Horseman turns to face the soldier, and reaches his left arm up towards him.
Minted in Siscia (L | _ // DSIS)
Reference(s) – RIC VIII Siscia 385 (Rated S)
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176 - Julian II - AE3 - RIC VIII Thessalonica 21218 viewsAE3
Obv:– D N CL IVLIANVS NOB CAES, Bare headed draped and cuirassed bust right
Rev:– FEL TEMP REPARATIO, Soldier spears a horseman on left, clutching the neck of the horse
Minted in Thessalonica (M | _ // SMTSE)
Reference(s) – RIC VIII Thessalonica 212 (S)
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176 - Julian II - AR Reduced Siliqua - RIC VIII Lugdunum 22721 viewsAR Reduced Siliqua
Obv:– FL CL IVLIA-NVS P P AVG, Pearl diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right
Rev:– VOTIS V MVLTIS X, within wreath
Minted in Lugdunum (//SLVG), Spring A.D. 360 - 26th June A.D. 363
Reference:– RIC VIII Lugdunum 227

17.26 mm. 2.0 gms. 0 degrees

East Harptree Hoard, which was discovered near Bath in 1887. There were 36 coins of this type found in the hoard.
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176 - Julian II - RIC VIII Lugdunum 19967 viewsObv:– C L IVLIANVS NOB C, Bare headed draped and cuirassed bust right, M to left of bust
Rev:– FEL TEMP REPARATIO, Soldier spears a horseman on left, one hand holding the neck of the horse & the other back at his attacker
Minted in Lugdunum (//GSLG), 6th November A.D. 355 to Spring A.D. 360
Reference:– RIC VIII Lugdunum 199 (R)
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181 Julia Domna61 views

Julia Domna Denarius. IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust right / PIETAS PVBLICA, Pietas standing left, raising both hands at altar. RSC 156. RIC 574, RSC 156, BMC 69
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181 Julia Domna - Unlisted81 viewsIVLIA DOMNA AVG, Draped bust right; FORTVN REDVC, Fortuna standing left, holding rudder and cornucopia
Unlisted Syrian mint.

Traded :/ :)
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185. Julian II Apostata (360-363 A.D.)24 viewsAv.: DN FL CL IVLIANVS PF AVG
Rv.: SECVRITAS REIPVB dot
Ex.: palm branch CONSPB palm branch

AE Double Maiorina Ø29 / 8.5g
RIC VIII 164 Constantinople
Scarce!
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193-196(?) AD - JULIA DOMNA AR denarius49 viewsobv: IVLIA DOMNA AVG (draped bust right, hair coiled and waved)
rev: VENERI VICTR (Venus half naked standing to r., holding an apple and a palm and leaning on a column)
ref: RIC IVi 632, C.194 (5frcs)
mint: Emesa and Laodicea (or probably Rome)
3.5gms, 18mm
Scarce

Julia Domna was the wife of Septimius Severus and mother of Caracalla and Geta. She was a great support for Severus in serving her family and the empire. A staunch opponent to Severus' praetorian prefect Plautianus, she attempted to turn his influence from the emperor. Her attempts to mitigate in the hatred between her two sons did not succeed. However, she seems to have prevented them from splitting the empire between them, fearing an all-out civil war. Perhaps this was one of the turning points of Roman history. If the empire had been divided at this time, future history may have become wholly different. Her greatest tragedy was probably the death of Geta in her arms from the murderers instigated by Caracalla. Nevertheless she continued serving the empire and Caracalla until, he too, was murdered. After bearing Caracalla's ashes to Rome, she starved herself to death.
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193-217 AD - Julia Domna - Pietas28 viewsIVLIA AVGVSTA - Bareheaded bust right, draped.
PIETAS AVGG - Pietas standing left, veiled and right hand dropping incense on altar left, and holding box in right arm.

Wife of Septimus Severus
Rome mint: AD 204; RIC IVi 572; Cohen 149; 2.65 gms, 18 mm; 180 degrees
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193c17 viewsJulia Domna
AE sestertius
Obv "IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG"
Draped bust right
Rev "IVNONEM SC"
Juno standing left, peacock to left
Rome mint
RIC 585b
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193c29 viewsJulia Domna
AR denarius
Obv "IVLIA DOMNA AVG"
Draped bust right
Rev "VENERI VICTR"
Venus standing right from the back, leaning on a column and holding a branch and apple
Emisa mint
RIC 632
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193c12 viewsJulia Domna
AR denarius
Obv "IVLIA AVGVSTA"
Draped bust right
Rev "SAECVLI FELICITAS"
Isis seated right on prow, infant Harpocrates in arms
Rome mint
RIC 577
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193c12 viewsJulia Domna
AR denarius
Obv "IVLIA AVGVSTA"
Draped bust right
Rev "CERER FRVGIF"
Ceres seated left
Rome mint
RIC 546
mauseus
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193c13 viewsJulia Domna
AR denarius
Obv "IVLIA AVGVSTA"
Draped bust right
Rev "FELICITAS"
Felicitas standing left holding caduceus and sceptre
Rome mint
RIC 551
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193c24 viewsJulia Domna
AE as
Obv "IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG"
Diademed draped bust right
Rev "Vesta SC"
Sacrificial scene in front of circular temple of Vesta
Rome mint
RIC 607

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193_Didius_Julianus_Dupondius_RIC_12_122 viewsDidius Julianus (March 28th – early June 193 AD)
AE Dupondius, Rome, March 28th – early June 193 AD
IMP CAES M DID IVLIAN AVG;
Radiate head right
PM TR P COS, S-C;
Fortuna standing left, holding rudder on globe and cornucopiae
10,85 gr, 25 mm
RIC IVa, 12; BMC V, 17; C. 13; CMB I, 3
Ex Künker, Auction 193, lot 827
Ex Künker, Auction 236, lot 1111
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193_Julia_Domna_As_RIC_844_117 viewsJulia Domna (ca. 170 – 217 AD)
AE As, Rome, 193 – 196
IVLIA DOMNA AVG;
Draped bust right
FECVNDITAS, S-C;
Fecunditas seated right, with child at brest, second child standing before her
11,10 gr, 24 mm
RIC IVa, 844; BMC V, 494 var. (SC in ex.); cp. C 43 (obv. AVGVSTA – a slip?)
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193_Julia_Domna_Dupondius_RIC_845_111 viewsJulia Domna (ca. 170 – 217 AD)
AE Dupondius, Rome, 193 – 196
IVLIA DOMNA AVG;
Draped bust right
IVNO REGINA, S-C;
Juno standing left, holding patera and sceptre, peacock at feet
11,05 gr, 25 mm
RIC IVa, 845; BMC V, 496 (Pl. 21, 6); cp. C. 100
Ex Auctiones GmbH, eAuction 29, lot 409
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195 Julia Maesa 24 viewsJulia Maesa (218 - 225 A.D.)
AR Denarius
O: IVLIA MAESA AVG, Draped bust right.
R: IVNO, Juno standing facing, head left, holding scepter and patera.
Antioch mint., 218 - 220 A.D.
1.97g
20mm
RIC IV 256 var. (diademed); RSC 20a
ex Mat
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196 AD - JULIA DOMNA sestertius 34 viewsobv: IVLIA AVGVSTA (draped bust right)
rev: HILARITAS (Hilaritas standing left, holding long palm and cornucopiae), S-C in field
ref: RIC IVi 855 (SeptSev), C.73 (8frcs)
20.12gms, 28mm
Scarce
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196_Julia_Domna_As_RIC_872_117 viewsJulia Domna (ca. 170 – 217 AD)
AE As/Dupondius, Rome, 196 – 209
IVLIA AVGVSTA;
Draped bust right
FECVNDITAS, SC in exergue;
Terra, reclining left, right hand on globe, cup in left, leaning on basket, in front, four seasons
8,84 gr, 25 mm
RIC IVa, 872; BMC V, 784 (Pl. 47, 7); C. 37
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196_Julia_Domna_As_RIC_877var_122 viewsJulia Domna (ca. 170 – 217 AD)
AE As/Dupondius, Rome, 196
IVLIA AVGVSTA;
Draped bust right
HILARITAS, S-C;
Hilaritas standing left holding palm branch and cornucopiae
13,73 gr, 26 mm
RIC IVa, 877 var. (hair); BMC V, 787 var. (hair); C. 74 var. (hair)
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196_Julia_Domna_As_RIC_881_123 viewsJulia Domna (ca. 170 – 217 AD)
AE As/Dupondius, Rome, 196 – 209
IVLIA AVGVSTA;
Draped bust right
MATER CASTRORVM, SC in exergue;
Julia, diademed and veiled, standing left, sacrificing out of patera over altar and holding caduceus, three standards in front
10,16 gr, 26 mm
RIC IVa, 881; BMC V, 789; C. 121
Ex Friedinger-Pranter Collection. Purchased of Oberstleutnant Voetter, 29.01.1913 for 6 crowns
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196_Julia_Domna_As_RIC_883_117 viewsJulia Domna (ca. 170 – 217 AD)
AE As/Dupondius, Rome, 196 – 209
IVLIA AVGVSTA;
Draped bust right
MATER DEVM, S-C;
Cybele, towered, seated left between two lions, holding branch and resting left arm on drum
10,95 gr, 24 mm
RIC IVa, 883; BMC V, 791; C. 127
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196_Julia_Domna_As_RIC_886_119 viewsJulia Domna (ca. 170 – 217 AD)
AE As/Dupondius, Rome, 196 – 209
IVLIA AVGVSTA;
Bust draped right, hair waved and coiled at back
PIETATI AVGVSTAE, SC in exergue;
Julia standing facing, between Geta and Caracalla, who hold a globe between them: Geta, togate, holds roll, Caracalla, laureate, in military dress, holds spear
14,09 gr, 26 mm
RIC IVa, 886; BMC V, 793; C. 159
Ex Roma, Auction IV, lot 2795
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196_Julia_Domna_As_RIC_892a_118 viewsJulia Domna (ca. 170 – 217 AD)
AE As/Dupondius, Rome, 196 – 209
IVLIA AVGVSTA;
Bust draped right, hair waved and coiled at back
VESTA MATER, SC in exergue;
Six Vestals sacrificing in front of temple of Vesta
10,68 gr, 27 mm
RIC IVa, 892a; BMC V, 796 note; C. 243
Ex iNumis, Mail Bid Sale 22, lot 209
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198-211 AD - JULIA DOMNA fourée denarius38 viewsobv: IVLIA AVGVSTA (draped bust right)
rev: VESTA SANCTAE (Vesta standing left with patera & scepter)
ref: RIC IVi 587 (Sept.Sev.), Cohen 246, BMC 99
mint: Rome
3.29gms
Scarce
This issue is shown by the start of the third century AD, fourée coins had a thin layer of silver. Already his weight is suspicious...
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1ax2 Julia Titi15 viewsDupondius

Draped bust right, hair in bun at back of head, IVLIA IMP T AVG F AVGVSTA
S-C either side of Vesta enthroned left holding Victory, VESTA in ex

RIC 398

The daughter of Titus and Marcia Furnilla, she lived with her uncle Domitian for a time as his wife. Suetonius records, "He had been offered marriage with his niece, Julia, Titus’s daughter, while she was still a young girl, but refused her repeatedly because of his infatuation with Domitia Longina, yet he seduced Julia shortly afterwards, while Titus was still alive, and when she was newly married to Flavius Sabinus. After the deaths of her father and husband, he loved her ardently and openly, and indeed caused her death by forcing her to abort a child by him." When Domitian died at the age of 44, his nurse cremated his body and "secretly carried [the ashes] to the Flavian Temple and there mingled them with those of his niece Julia, Titus’s daughter whom she had also nurtured."
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1bq Didius Julianus93 views193

Sestertius

Laureate head, right, IMP CAES M DID SEVER IVLIAN AVG
Concorde w/ standard, CONCORDIA MILIT SC

RIC 14

According to the Historia Augusta: Didius Julianus. . . was reared at the home of Domitia Lucilla, the mother of the Emperor Marcus. . . . [T]hrough the support of Marcus he attained to the office of aedile [and] praetor. After his praetorship he commanded the XXII Legion, the Primigenia, in Germany, and following that he ruled Belgium long and well. Here, with auxiliaries hastily levied from the provinces, he held out against the Chauci as they attempted to burst through the border; and for these services, on the recommendation of the Emperor, he was deemed worthy of the consulship. He also gained a crushing victory over the Chatti. Next he took charge of Dalmatia and cleared it of the hostile tribes on its borders. Then he governed Lower Germany. . . .

His consulship he served with Pertinax; in the proconsulship of Africa, moreover, he succeeded him. Pertinax always spoke of him as his colleague and successor. After [Pertinax'] death, when Sulpicianus was making plans to be hailed emperor in the camp, Julianus, together with his son-in-law, . . . discovered two tribunes, Publius Florianus and Vectius Aper, who immediately began urging him to seize the throne; and. . . conducted him to the praetorian camp. When they arrived at the camp, however, Sulpicianus, the prefect of the city and the father-in-law of Pertinax, was holding an assembly and claiming the empire himself, and no one would let Julianus inside, despite the huge promises he made from outside the wall. Julianus then . . . wrote on placards that he would restore the good name of Commodus; so he was admitted and proclaimed emperor. . . .

Julianus had no fear of either the British or the Illyrian army; but being chiefly afraid of the Syrian army, he despatched a centurion of the first rank with orders to murder Niger. Consequently Pescennius Niger in Syria and Septimius Severus in Illyricum, together with the armies which they commanded, revolted from Julianus. But when he received the news of the revolt of Severus, whom he had not suspected, then he was greatly troubled and came to the senate and prevailed upon them to declare Severus a public enemy. . . . Severus was approaching the city with a hostile army. . . and the populace hated and laughed at him more and more every day.

In a short time Julianus was deserted by all and left alone in the Palace with one of his prefects, Genialis, and with Repentinus, his son-in-law. Finally, it was propose'd that the imperial power be taken away from Julianus by order of the senate. This was done, and Severus was forthwith acclaimed emperor, while it was given out that Julianus had taken poison. Nevertheless, the senate despatched a delegation and through their efforts Julianus was slain in the Palace by a common soldier. . . .
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1bt Julia Domna14 viewsDenarius

Draped bust, right, IVLIA AVGVSTA
Venus with bare bottom, VENERI VICTR

RIC 536

According to the Historia Augusta, "Next [Septimius Severus] was appointed legate of Lugdunensis. When he wished to marry a second time, after losing his wife, he investigated the horoscopes of potential brides, being very skilled in astrology himself, and since he had heard that there was a certain woman in Syria whose horoscope forecast that she would marry a king, he sought her hand. It was of courseJulia, and he gained her as his bride through the mediation offriends. She at once made him a father! . . . [A]s concerns his family he was less careful, retaining his wife Julia who was notorious for her adulteries and was also guilty of conspiracy."
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1ca Julia Paula13 viewsDenarius

Draped bust, right, IVLIA PAVLA AVG

Concord seated left, CONCORDIA

The first wife of Elagabalus, married in 219 and dumped a year later.

RIC 211
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1cb Aquilla Severa21 viewsDenarius

Draped bust, right, IVLIA AQVILIA SEVERA AVG

Aquilla & Elagabalus, CONCORDIA

Elagabalus married this Vestal Virgin in 220, divorced her a year later, dumped the next wife, and married her again.

RIC 228
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1cc Julia Soaemias11 viewsDenarius

Draped bust, right, IVLIA SOAEMIAS AVG

Venus std, VENVS CAELESTIS

The mother of Elegabalus, she died at the same time as her son.

RIC 243
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1cd Julia Maesa14 viewsDenarius

Draped bust, right, IVLIA MAESA AVG

Pudicitia std, PVDICITIA

Sister of Julia Domna and grandmother of Elagabalus and Severus Alexander, this tough lady organized the rebellion that toppled Macrinus. She died about 235.

RIC 268
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1cg Julia Mamaea17 viewsDenarius

Diademed, draped bust, right, IVLIA MAMAEA AVG

Vesta stg., VESTA

Severus Alexander's mother was the power behind the throne.

RIC 360
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1en Julian II "Apostate"26 views360-363

AE3

Pearl-diademed, helmeted, cuirassed bust left, holding shield & spear, D N FL CL IVLIANVS P F AVG
VOT X MVLT XX in four lines within wreath, palm branch-BSIS-palm branch in ex [?].

RIC 415

According to Zosimus: Constantius, having so well succeeded in his design against Vetranio, marched against Magnentius, having first conferred the title of Caesar on Gallus, the son of his uncle, and brother to Julian who was afterwards emperor, and given him in marriage his sister Constantia. . . . CONSTANTIUS, after having acted towards Gallus Caesar in the manner I have related, left Pannonia to proceed into Italy. . . . He scarcely thought himself capable of managing affairs at this critical period. He was unwilling, however, to associate any one with himself in the government, because he so much desired to rule alone, and could esteem no man his friend. Under these circumstances he was at a loss how to act. It happened, however, that when the empire was in the greatest danger, Eusebia, the wife of Constantius, who was a woman of extraordinary learning, and of greater wisdom than her sex is usually endowed with, advised him to confer the government of the nations beyond the Alps on Julianus Caesar, who was brother to Gallus, and grandson to Constantius. As she knew that the emperor was suspicious of all his kindred, she thus circumvented him. She observed to him, that Julian was a young man unacquainted with the intrigues of state, having devoted himself totally to his studies; and that he was wholly inexperienced in worldly business. That on this account he would be more fit for his purpose than any other person. That either he would be fortunate, and his success would be attributed to the emperor's conduct, or that he would fail and perish; and that thus Constantius would have none of the imperial family to succeed to him.

Constantius, having approved her advice, sent for Julian from Athens, where he lived among the philosophers, and excelled all his masters in every kind of learning. Accordingly, Julian returning from Greece into Italy, Constantius declared him Caesar, gave him in marriage his sister Helena, and sent him beyond the Alps. . . .

Constantius, having thus disposed of Julian, marched himself into Pannonia and Moesia, and having there suppressed the Quadi and the Sarmatians, proceeded to the east, and was provoked to war by the inroads of the Persians. Julian by this time had arrived beyond the Alps into the Gallic nations which he was to rule. Perceiving that the Barbarians continued committing the same violence, Eusebia, for the same reasons as before, persuaded Constantius to place the entire management of those countries into the hands of Julian. . . . Julian finding the military affairs of Gallia Celtica in a very ruinous state, and that the Barbarians pased the Rhine without any resistance, even almost as far as the sea-port towns, he took a survey of the remaining parts of the enemy. And understanding that the people of those parts were terrified at the very name of the Barbarians, while those whom Constantius had sent along with him, who were not more than three hundred and sixty, knew nothing more, as he used to say, than how to say their prayers, he enlisted as many more as he could and took in a great number of volunteers. He also provided arms, and finding a quantity of old weapons in some town he fitted them up, and distributed them among the soldiers. The scouts bringing him intelligence, that an immense number of Barbarians had crossed the river near the city of Argentoratum (Strasburg) which stands on the Rhine, he no sooner heard of it, than he led forth his army with the greatest speed, and engaging with the enemy gained such a victory as exceeds all description.

After these events he raised a great army to make war on the whole German nation; He was opposed however by the Barbarians in vast numbers. Caesar therefore would not wait while they came up to him, but crossed the Rhine, preferring that their country should be the seat of war, and not that of the Romans, as by that means the cities would escape being again pillaged by the Barbarians. A most furious battle therefore took place; a great number of the Barbarians being slain on the field of battle, while the rest fled, and were pursued by Caesar into the Hercynian forest, and many of them killed. . . .

But while Julian was at Parisium, a small town in Germany, the soldiers, being ready to march, continued at supper till midnight in a place near the palace, which they so called there. They were as yet ignorant of any design against Caesar [by Constantius], when some tribunes, who began to suspect the contrivance against him, privately distributed a number of anonymous billets among the soldiers, in which they represented to them, that Caesar, by his judicious conduct had so managed affairs, that almost all of them had erected trophies over the Barbarians ; that he had always fought like a private soldier, and was now in extreme danger from the emperor, who would shortly deprive him of his whole army, unless they prevented it. Some of the soldiers having read these billets, and published the intrigue to the whole army, all were highly enraged. They suddenly rose from their seats in great commotion, and with the cups yet in their hands went to the palace. Breaking open the doors without ceremony, they brought out Caesar, and lifting him on a shield declared him emperor and Augustus. They then, without attending to his reluctance, placed a diadem upon his head. . . .

Arriving at Naisus, he consulted the soothsayers what measures to pursue. As the entrails signified that he must stay there for some time, he obeyed, observing likewise the time that was mentioned in his dream. When this, according to the motion of the planets, was arrived, a party of horsemen arrived from Constantinople at Naisus, with intelligence that Constantius was dead, and that the armies desired Julian to be emperor. Upon this he accepted what the gods had bestowed upon him, and proceeded on his journey. On his arrival at. Byzantium, he was received with joyful acclamations. . . .

[After slashing through Persia and crossing the Tigris,] they perceived the Persian army, with which they engaged, and having considerably the advantage, they killed a great number of Persians. Upon the following day, about noon, the Persians drew up in a large body, and once more attacked the rear of the Roman army. The Romans, being at that time out of their ranks, were surprised and alarmed at the suddenness of the attack, yet made a stout and spirited defence. The emperor, according to his custom, went round the army, encouraging them to fight with ardour. When by this means all were engaged, the emperor, who sometimes rode to the commanders and tribunes, and was at other times among the private soldiers, received a wound in the heat of the engagement, and was borne on a shield to his tent. He survived only till midnight. He then expired, after having nearly subverted the Persian empire.

Note: Julian favored the pagan faith over Christianity and was tarred by the church as "the apostate."
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1i Last Bid to Revitalize Pagan Religion8 viewsJulian II
360-363

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Portrait, right, D N FL CL IVLIANVS P F AVG
Bull, eagle, and two stars, SECVRITAS REIPVB, PCONST in ex.

Julian "the Apostate" issued this coin with the symbols of Jupiter on the reverse as part of his campaign to breath life back into pagan faith.

RIC 318
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2. JULIA DOMNA, wife of Septimus Severus17 viewsAR Denarius, Mint:Rome, Date:196-211 AD
Ref: RIC IV 575
Obv: IVLIA AVGVSTA-draped bust right.
Rev: PVDICITIA -veiled,seated left,head facing,right hand on breast,scepter in left.
Size: 3.240gm; 19.0mm


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20 Didius Julianus75 viewsDenarius. 193 AD. IMP CAES M DID IVLIAN AVG, laureate head right / CONCORD MILIT, Concordia standing left holding legionary eagle & standard. RIC 1, RSC 2, BMC 2. Weight 2.68 g. Die Axis 6 hr. Max Dia 17.1 mm.



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20-01 - JULIA TITI (79 - 81 D.C.)29 viewsHija de Tito
AR Denario 20 mm 3.2 gr.

Anv: "IVLIA AVGVSTA TITI AVGVSTI F" - Busto vestido y con diadema viendo a derecha.
Rev: "VENVS AVGVST" - Venus semi-desnuda, viendo a derecha, apoyada en Cippus (columna corta), portando Yelmo en mano der. y jabalina en izq.

Acuñada 79 - 80 D.C.
Ceca: Roma
Rareza: R

Referencias: RIC Vol.II (Titus) #56 Pag.122 - Sear RCTV Vol.1 #2612 Pag.480 - BMCRE Titus #141 - Cohen Vol.1 #276 Pag.388 - DVM #3 Pag.108 - CBN Titus #106 - RSC Vol. II #14 Pag.60
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20-01 - JULIA TITI (79 - 81 D.C.)13 viewsHija de Tito
AR Denario 20 mm 3.2 gr.

Anv: "IVLIA AVGVSTA TITI AVGVSTI F" - Busto vestido y con diadema viendo a derecha.
Rev: "VENVS AVGVST" - Venus semi-desnuda, viendo a derecha, apoyada en Cippus (columna corta), portando Yelmo en mano der. y jabalina en izq.

Acuñada 79 - 80 D.C.
Ceca: Roma
Rareza: R

Referencias: RIC Vol.II (Titus) #56 Pag.122 - Sear RCTV Vol.1 #2612 Pag.480 - BMCRE Titus #141 - Cohen Vol.1 #276 Pag.388 - DVM #3 Pag.108 - CBN Titus #106 - RSC Vol. II #14 Pag.60
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20. J. Maesa antoninianus.14 viewsAntoninianus, 218 - 219 AD, Branch mint.
Obverse: IVLIA MAESA AVG / Bust of Julia Maesa on crescent.
Reverse: PIETAS AVG / Pietas standing, holding incense box and raising hand over lighted altar.
4.80 gm., 22 mm.
RIC #264; S #7748.

The coinage of Julia Maesa is fairly extensive. Coins with her portrait were minted at Antioch (and/or other Eastern mints) from the beginning of Elagabalus' reign until that mint was closed in 220. The mint at Rome minted her coins for the entire four year period of his reign, and possibly even into the reign of Severus Alexander as well.

There is only one type of antoninianus listed for Julia Maesa, and this is it. This coin was minted early in the reign of Elagabalus, before the denomination was discontinued. Although RIC lists this coin as being minted in Rome, it may well have been minted by a mint that traveled with Elagabalus on his journey to Rome 218 - 219 AD.
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Julia Mamaea Denarius. IVLIA MAMAEA AVG, diademed & draped bust right / FELICITAS PVBLIC
RIC 335, RSC 17, BMC 483
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201a. JULIA DOMNA139 viewsJULIA DOMNA, mother of Caracalla.

When Septimius Severus claimed the empire after Didius Julianus had succeeded Pertinax in 193, two serious rivals challenged him, Pescennius Niger in the East and Clodius Albinus in the West. Julia accompanied her husband in the campaign against Pescennius, having been honored with the title mater castrorum. After this successful campaign, there was another campaign in the East, against the Parthians, in 197. Afterwards, she was with Severus on a journey to Egypt and other parts of the empire. She was widely honored with inscriptions throughout this period, and numerous coin issues emphasized her imperial position.

She opposed Plautianus, the praetorian prefect and father-in-law of Caracalla, and was partially responsible for his downfall and his daughter Plautilla's disgrace. She was often accused of adultery; nonetheless, the emperor chose to ignore these charges, if true, and the marriage continued. Among her passions were literature and philosophy; she gathered writers and philosophers in a kind of salon, and urged Philostratus to write the life of Apollonius of Tyana.

In 212, Caracalla murdered Geta while he sought succor in his mother's arms; covered with his blood, she was forbidden by Caracalla to grieve. Her relationship with Caracalla during the six years of his reign was mixed. She had some public duties but largely devoted herself to philosophy. She accompanied Caracalla to the east on campaign against the Parthians in 217; when she learned, in Antioch, that he had been assassinated, she resolved upon death, which followed her refusal to take food.

AR Denarius
(19mm, 2.86 gm). IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG, draped
bust right / VESTA, Vesta, veiled, seated left,
holding simpulum and sceptre. RIC IV 391 (Caracalla); BMCRE 31 (same); RSC 226. EF. Ex-CNG
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201a. Julia Domna11 viewsVesta

Vesta was introduced in Rome by King Numa Pompilius. She was a native Roman deity (some authors suggest received from the Sabine cults), sister of Zeus, Poseidon, Hades, Hera and Demeter, and presumably the daughter of Saturn and Ops (or Rea). However, the similarity with the cult of Greek Hestia is notable. Vesta too protected familial harmony and the res publica. Apollo and Neptune had asked for her in marriage, but she refused both, preferring to preserve her virginity, whose symbol was the perpetually lit fire in her circular fane next to the Forum which the Romans always distinguished from a temple by calling it her "house".

As Goddess of the Hearth she was the symbol of the home, around which a newborn child must be carried before it could be received into the family. Every meal began and ended with an offering to her:

Vesta, in all dwellings of men and immortals
Yours is the highest honor, the sweet wine offered
First and last at the feast, poured out to you duly.
Never without you can gods or mortals hold banquet.

Landscape with Vesta temple in Tivoli, Italy, c. 1600.Each city too had a public hearth sacred to Vesta, where the fire was never allowed to go out. If a colony was to be founded, the colonists carried with them coals from the hearth of the mother-city with which to kindle the fire on the new city's hearth.

The fire was guarded by her priestesses, the Vestales. Every March 1 the fire was renewed. It burned until 391, when the Emperor Theodosius I forbade public pagan worship. One of the Vestales was Rea Silvia, who with Mars conceived Romulus and Remus (see founding of Rome).

3070. Silver denarius, RIC 538, RSC 221, VF, 2.30g, 17.5mm, 0o, Rome mint, 193-196 A.D.; obverse IVLIA DOMNA AVG, draped bust right; reverse VESTA, Vesta seated left, holding palladium and scepter. Ex Forum
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201a. Julia Domna68 viewsIn Rome, when the worship of Cybele, as Magna Mater, was formally initiated in 203 BC, Rome was embroiled in the Second Punic War. The previous year, an inspection had been made of the Sibylline Books, and some oracular verses had been discovered that announced that if a foreign foe should carry war into Italy, he could be driven out and conquered if the Mater Magna were brought from Pessinos to Rome. Publius Cornelius Scipio Nasica was ordered to go to the port of Ostia, accompanied by all the matrons, to meet the goddess. He was to receive her as she left the vessel, and when brought to land he was to place her in the hands of the matrons who were to bear her to her destination, the Temple of Victory on the Palatine Hill. The day on which this event took place, 12 April, was observed afterwards as a festival, the Megalesian. (Livy, History of Rome, circa AD 10)

In Rome, her Phrygian origins were recalled by Catullus, whose famous poem on the theme of Attis includes a vivid description of Cybele's worship: "Together come and follow to the Phrygian home of Cybele, to the Phrygian forests of the goddess, where the clash of cymbals ring, where tambourines resound, where the Phrygian flute-player blows deeply on his curved reed, where ivy-crowned maenads toss their heads wildly."

Roman devotion to Cybele ran deep. Not coincidentally, when a Christian basilica was built over the site of a temple to Cybele, to occupy the site, it was dedicated as the Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore.

The worship of Cybele penetrated as far as Mauretania, where, just outside Setif, the ceremonial "tree-bearers" and the faithful (religiosi) restored the temple of Cybele and Attis after a disastrous fire in AD 288. Lavish new fittings paid for by the private group included the silver statue of Cybele and the chariot that carried her in procession received a new canopy, with tassels in the form of fir cones. (Robin Lane Fox, Pagans and Christians, p 581.)

Today, a monumental statue of Cybele can be found in one of the principal traffic circles of Madrid, the Plaza de Cibeles (illustration, upper right).

In Roman mythology, Magna Mater deorum Idaea ("great Idaean mother of the gods") was the name for the originally Phrygian goddess Cybele, as well as Rhea.

Her cult moved from Phrygia to Greece from the 6th century to the 4th. In 205 BC, Rome adopted her cult.

Julia Domna Denarius. 212 AD. IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG, draped bust right / MATRI DEVM, Cybele standing left, leaning on column, holding drum & scepter, lion at foot. RSC 137. RIC 382
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204a. Julia Paula166 viewsIVLIA CORNELIA PAVLA was the daughter of Julius Paulus, who was a Praetorian Praefect under Elagablalus. The Emperor Elagabalus, who arrived in Rome in the autumn of 219, was quickly becoming unpopular. It was probably Julia Maesa, his grandmother, who conceived the plan to marry him to a well-born Roman woman for two reasons: 1) to counter his public displays of homosexual and trans-sexual tendencies, and 2) to soften the disdain Romans felt for Syrians. She became the first wife of the fifteen-year-old Elagabalus 219, but was divorced only one year later, and returned to private life.

JULIA PAULA, wife of Elagabalus. Augusta, 219 AD. AR Denarius (20mm, 2.67 gm). Rome mint. Draped bust right / Concordia seated left holding patera; star in left field. RIC IV 211 (Elagabalus); RSC 6a. Toned;Ex-Cng
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204b. Julia Maesa29 viewsJulia Maesa (about 170- about 226) was daughter of Julius Bassianus, priest of the sun god Heliogabalus, the patron god of Emesa in the Roman province of Syria, and grandmother of the Roman emperor Elagabalus. Like her younger sister Julia Domna, she was among the most important women ever to exercise power behind the throne in the Roman empire.

Julia Maesa was married to Julius Avitus and had two daughters, Julia Mamaea and Julia Soaemias, each one mother of an emperor. Following the accession to the throne of her brother in law Septimius Severus, Julia Maesa moved to Rome to live with her sister. After the murder of her nephew Caracalla, and the suicide of Julia Domna, she was compelled to return to Syria. But the new emperor Macrinus did not proscribe her and allowed her to keep her money. In Syria, Maesa engaged in a plot to overthrow Macrinus and place one of her grandsons, Elagabalus son of Julia Soaemias, in his place. In order to legitimise this pretension, mother and daughter rumoured that the 14-year-old boy was Caracalla's illegitimate son. The Julias were successful, mainly due to the fact that Macrinus was of an obscure origin without the proper political connections, and Elagabalus became emperor.

For her loyalty and support, Elagabalus honored Julia Maesa with the title Augusta avia Augusti (Augusta, grandmother of Augustus). When the teenager proved to be a disaster as emperor (even taking the liberty of marrying a Vestal virgin), Julia Maesa decided to promote Alexander Severus, another of her grandsons. Elagabalus was forced to adopt Alexander as son and was murdered shortly afterwards.

Julia Maesa died in an uncertain date around 226 AD and, like her sister Domna before her, was deified.

Julia Maesa Denarius. PVDICITIA, Pudicitia seated left, raising veil and holding sceptre.

Julia Maesa Denarius. IVLIA MAESA AVG, draped bust right / PVDICITIA, Pudicitia seated left, raising veil and holding sceptre. RIC 268, RSC 36. s2183. No.1502. nVF.
RSC 444, RIC 88
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204c. Julia Soaemias29 viewsJulia Soaemias Bassiana (180-March 11, 222) was the daughter of Julia Maesa, a powerful Roman woman of Syrian origin, and Julius Avitus. She was niece of emperor Septimius Severus and sister of Julia Avita Mamaea.

She was married to Sextus Varius Marcellus, a Syrian Roman of an Equestrian family (meaning not a member of the Roman senate). As members of the imperial Roman family, they lived in Rome, where their numerous children were born. In 217, her cousin emperor Caracalla was killed and Macrinus ascended to the imperial throne. Julia's family was allowed to returned to Syria with the whole of their financial assets. They would not allow the usurper to stand unopposed. Together with her mother, Julia plotted to substitute Macrinus with her son Varius Avitus Bassianus (Heliogabalus). To legitimise this plot, Julia and her mother spread the rumour that the 13-year-old boy was Caracalla's illegitimate son. In 218 Macrinus was killed and Heliogabalus became emperor. Julia then became the de facto ruler of Rome, since the teenager was concerned mainly with religious matters. Their rule was not popular and soon discontent arose. Julia Soaemias and Heliogabalus were killed by the Praetorian Guard in 222. Julia was later declared public enemy and her name erased from all records.

Julia Soaemias Denarius. 220 AD. IVLIA SOAEMIAS AVG, draped bust right / VENVS CAELESTIS, Venus seated left, holding scepter, extending her hand to Cupid standing before her. RSC 14.
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205a. Julia Mamaea37 viewsJulia Avita Mamaea (180–235) was the daughter of Julia Maesa, a powerful Roman woman of Syrian origin, and Julius Avitus. She was a niece of emperor Septimius Severus and sister of Julia Soaemias Bassiana.

She was married to Gessius Marcianus had a son, later emperor Alexander Severus. Unlike her sister, Julia Mamaea was reported to be a virtuous woman, never involved in scandals. As a member of the Imperial Roman family, she watched closely the death of her cousin Caracalla and the ascent to power of her nephew Heliogabalus, the oldest grandson of Julia Maesa and her choice to the throne. But eventually Heliogabalus and his mother Julia Soaemias proved incompetent rulers and favour fell on Alexander, Julia's son. He became emperor in 222, following Heliogabalus's murder by the Praetorian Guard. Julia and her mother became regents in the name of Alexander, then 14 years old. Upon adulthood, Alexander confirmed his esteem for his mother and named her consors imperii (imperial consort). It was in this condition that she accompanied her son in his campaigns: a custom started with Julia Domna (Septimius Severus's wife). Thus she travelled to the East, for the campaign against the Parthian empire, and to the Germania provinces. Julia Mamaea was with Alexander in Moguntiacum (modern Mainz), capital of Germania Superior, when he was assassinated by his troops. She suffered the same fate.

Julia Mamaea Denarius. IVLIA MAMAEA AVG, diademed & draped bust right / VESTA, Vesta standing half-left, holding palladium & scepter. RSC 81.
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206 AD - JULIA DOMNA denar30 viewsobv: IVLIA AVGVSTA (draped bust right)
rev: FELICITAS (Felicitas standing, head left, holding short caduceus and long scepter)
ref: RIC IVi 551(SeptSev), RSC 47
mint: Rome
2.48gms, 18mm
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21. J. Maesa denarius.31 viewsDenarius, 218 - 220 AD, Antioch mint.
Obverse: IVLIA MAESA AVG / Bust of Julia Maesa.
Reverse: FECVNDITAS / Fecunditas seated, extending right hand holding a branch over a child, holding sceptre in left hand. Another child standing next to her.
3.03 gm., 18 mm.
RIC #249 var.; Sear #7748.

This coin is generally thought to have been minted during the reign of her other grandson, Elagabalus.
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211-217 AD - JULIA DOMNA as or dupondius22 viewsobv: IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG (draped bust right)
rev: IVNONEM /S.C. (Juno standing left, holding patera & scepter, peacock at feet)
ref: RIC599(Caracalla) (Scarce), C.91
9.69gms, 26mm
Rare
Wife of Septimius Severus, mother of Caracalla and Geta. Caracalla murdered Geta in their mother's private apartments and Geta died in her arms. After the murder of her son Caracalla in 217, Julia Domna starved herself to death.
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212 AD - JULIA DOMNA denarius40 viewsobv: IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG (draped bust to the right, her braided hair nicely arranged in waves and in a long bun behind the head)
rev: MATRI DEVM (Cybele, towered, standing front, head left and legs crossed, leaning left elbow on column while holding scepter and drum {Tympanum}; at feet, left, a lion)
ref: RIC IVi 382(Caracalla) (S), RSC137 (4frcs)
mint: Rome
3.6gms, 19mm
Scarce

Cybele in the Roman pantheon was the mother of several figures, including Zeus. She is often depicted with her attributes, one of which is a lion. This association with Cybele, and the inscription "MATRI DEVM", or "mother of the gods", is a clear reference to Domna's imperial status as mother of the divine Augustii.
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218-219 AD - JULIA MAESA antoninianus 28 viewsobv: IVLIA MAESA AVG (diademed & draped bust right, resting on crescent)
rev: PIETAS AVG (Pietas standing left, holding patera over altar & box of incense)
ref: RIC264(Elagabalus), C.30
mint: Rome, 4.56g
Scarce
Julia Maesa was the grandmother of Elagabalus and Severus Alexander, died c. 223-5 AD.
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218b19 viewsJulia Soaemias
AE 28mm
Sidon in Phoenicia
IVLIA SEMIA AVGV
Diademed, draped bust right
COL AVR PIA METRO SID
Cart of Astarte
BMC-
Curtis Clay notes that there are no coins of Soaemias of Sidon of any type in the BM or Paris (according to Cohen) although a few examples are known. The HJB photo file contains a coin that is an obverse die duplicate of this coin.
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218c7 viewsJulia Maesa
Denarius
Obv: IVLIA MAESA AVG
Draped bust right
Rev: PIETAS AVG
Pietas standing half-left extending hand over lit altar and holding incense box
Rome mint
RIC 263
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2197 viewsJulia Paula
Denarius
Obv:IVLIA PAVLA AVG
Draped bust right
Rev: VENVS GENETRIX
Venus enthroned left holding apple and sceptre
Rome mint
RIC 222
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219a7 viewsAquilia Severa
Denarius
Obv: IVLIA AQVILIA SEVERA AVG
Draped bust right
Rev: CONCORDIA
Concordia standing left holding patera over altar and with twin cornucopiae
Rome mint
RIC 225
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22. J. Soaemias.14 viewsDenarius, 220 - 222 AD, Rome mint.
Obverse: IVLIA SOAEMIAS AVG / Bust of Julia Soaemias.
Reverse: VENVS CAELESTIS / Venus standing, holding apple and sceptre.
3.14 gm., 19 mm.
RIC #241; Sear #7719.

The coinage of Julia Soaemias is much smaller than that of her mother. Coins of the "eastern style" do not exist for her, so it is likely that her coinage started after the eastern mint(s) was closed. Her coinage, then, was entirely minted at Rome, and spans the years 220 - 222.
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220 AD - JULIA PAULA AR denarius25 viewsobv: IVLIA PAVLA AVG (draped bust right)
rev: CONCORDIA (Concordia seated left, holding patera; star in left field)
ref: RIC IVii 211 (Elagabalus) (S), RSC 6 (6frcs)
mint: Rome
2.91gms, 19mm
Scarce

In July 219, Julia Maesa had arranged for Julia Cornelia Paula (the daughter of Paulus, praetorian prefect) to marry her grandson, Rome's new emperor Elagabalus. Their wedding ceremony was a lavish ceremony that occurred in Rome. In September 220, Elagabalus ended his marriage to Paula and after the divorce, Elagabalus removed Paula's Augusta title. She withdrew from public life and her fate afterwards is unknown.
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220 AD - JULIA SOAEMIAS denarius 20 viewsobv: IVLIA SOAMIAS AVG (draped bust right)
rev: VENVS CAELESTIS (Venus seated left, holding scepter, extending her hand to Cupid standing before her)
ref: RIC243(Elagabalus), C.14
mint: Rome, 2.32g
She was the mother of Elagabalus, killed together his son by Praetorian Guard in 222 AD
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220-222 AD - AQUILIA SEVERA AR denarius28 viewsobv: IVLIA AQVILIA SEVERA AVG (draped bust right)
rev: CONCORDIA (Concord standing half-left sacrificing over lighted altar, and holding double cornucopia, star in left field)
ref: RIC IVii 225 (Elagabalus) (S), RSC 2 (20fr.)
mint: Rome
2.71gms, 18mm
Very rare

Iulia Aquilia Severa was the second and fourth wife of Emperor Elagabalus. She was a Vestal Virgin and her marriage to Elagabalus in 220 was the cause of enormous controversy - traditionally, the punishment for breaking the thirty-year vow of celibacy was death. Elagabalus is believed to have had religious reasons for marrying Severa - he himself was a follower of the eastern sun god El-Gabal, and when marrying himself to Severa, he also conducted a symbolic marriage of his god to Vesta.
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220-222 AD - AQUILIA SEVERA AR denarius21 viewsobv: IVLIA AQVILIA SEVERA AVG (draped bust right)
rev: CONCORDIA (Concord standing half-left sacrificing over lighted altar, and holding double cornucopia, star in left field)
ref: RIC IVii 225 (Elagabalus) (S), RSC 2 (20fr.)
mint: Rome
2.39gms, 19mm
Very rare

It's interesting her hair style is different than the other coin, but in RIC not select according to different hair styles. Perhaps these very rare coins are too expensive and usually most of collector has only one...
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220-222 AD - JULIA MAESA billon denarius 18 viewsobv: IVLIA MAESA AVG (draped bust right)
rev: SAECVLI FELICITAS (Felicitas standing left with long caduceus, sacrificing out of patera over lighted altar, star right)
ref: RIC271(Elagabalus), C.45
3.08gms
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220-222 AD - JULIA MAESA sestertius 50 viewsobv: IVLIA MAESA AVG (diademed & draped bust right)
rev: SAECVLI FELICITAS / S.C. (Felicitas standing left, sacrificing from patera over altar & holding long caduceus, star to right)
ref: RIC IVii 422 (Elagabalus) (S), BMCRE 397 (Elagabalus), Cohen 49 (6 fr.)
23.92gms, 30mm
Rare
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22051 Julia Domna/Pietas9 viewsJulia Domna/Pietas
Obv: IVLIA AVGVSTA
draped bust right
Rev: PIETAS AVGG
Pietas, veiled, standing half-left, dropping incense into lighted altar and holding box,
Mint: Rome 18.9 mm 3.2g
Sear 6600, RSC 150, RIC 572 (Septimius Severus)
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22068 Julia Domna/Venus9 viewsJulia Domna/Venus
Obv: IVLIA AVGVSTA
draped bust right
Rev: VENVS VICTRIX
Venus standing facing holding helmet and palm, leaning on column, shield at foot
Mint: Rome 18.1mm 2.9g

RIC IV Septimius Severus 581 (denarius)
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222b21 viewsJulia Mamaea
AR denarius
Obv "IVLIA MAMAEA AVG"
Draped bust right
Rev "IVNO CONSERVATRIX"
Juno standing left, peacock at feet
Rome mint
RIC 343
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222b26 viewsJulia Mamaea
AR denarius
Obv "IVLIA MAMAEA AVG"
Diademed draped bust right
Rev "VENERI FELICI"
Venus standing right
Rome mint
RIC 351
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224 AD (?)- JULIA MAMAEA sestertius 31 viewsobv: IVLIA MAMAEA AVGVSTA (diademed and draped bust right)
rev: VENVS FELIX (Venus seated left, holding statuette and scepter), S-C in ex.
ref: RIC 701, Cohen 69, BMC 197
21.35gms, 30mm
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226 AD - JULIA MAMAEA denarius 17 viewsobv: IVLIA MAMAEA AVGVSTA (diademed & draped bust right)
rev: VESTA (Vesta standing half-left, holding palladium & scepter)
ref: RIC360(SevAlex), C.81
2.67gms
She was the mother of Severus Alexander
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23. J. Paula.21 viewsDenarius, 219 - 220 AD, Rome mint.
Obverse: IVLIA PAVLA AVG / Bust of Julia Paula.
Reverse: VENVS GENETRIX / Venus seated, holding globe and sceptre.
2.06 gm., 19 mm.
RIC #222; Sear #7658.
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230 AD - JULIA MAMAEA sestertius31 viewsobv: IVLIA MAMA-EA AVGVSTA (diademed & draped bust right)
rev: FELICITAS P-VBLICA (Felicitas seated left, holding caduceus & cornucopiae), S-C in ex.
ref: RIC 679 (Sev.Alex), Cohen 26
19.51gms,30mm
Julia Mamaea, daughter of Julia Maesa, sister of Julia Soaemias, and mother of Severus Alexander. On Roman coins she is honoured with the title of Augusta (A.D.222). She was ambitious and ruled under her son, even accompanying him to the Persian War, and her avarice caused her to commit acts of injustice in his name. Julia Mamaea was murdered along with her Imperial son in A.D.235.
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232 AD - JULIA MAMAEA as 15 viewsobv: IVLIA MAMAEA AVGVSTA (diademed and draped bust right)
rev: FECVNDITAS AVGVSTAE / S.C. (Fecunditas standing left, child at her feet)
ref: RIC669(SevAlex), C.9
7.11gms
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24. Aquilia Severa.19 viewsDenarius, 221 AD, Rome mint.
Obverse: IVLIA AQVILIA SEVERA AVG / Bust of Aquilia Severa.
Reverse: CONCORDIA / Concordia standing, holding patera and double cornucopiae, lighted altar at feet, star at left.
2.95 gm., 21 mm.
RIC #225; Sear #7679.
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323/1. Julia - denarius (101 BC)8 viewsAR Denarius (Rome, 101 BC)
O/ Helmeted head of Roma right; corn-ear behind.
R/ Victory in biga right, holding reins in both hands; L IVLI below.
3.84g; 19mm
Crawford 323/1 (47 obverse dies/59 reverse dies)

* Lucius Julius:

Although our moneyer belonged to the very famous gens Julia, his life is completely unknown. The Julii had been among the important patrician gentes of the early Republic, but fell in obscurity in the fourth century. In the second century, a new branch emerged, the Julii Caesares, but Crawford notes that our moneyer cannot be a Caesar because he did not use this cognomen and his coins lack a reference to Venus (cf. RRC 258 and 320).

The corn ear on the obverse refers to grain distributions, which often featured on Republican coins (RRC 242, 243, 245, 260, 261, 306, 330).
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355-360 AD - Julian II as Caesar - RIC VIII Constantinople 150 - SPES REIPVBLICE23 viewsCaesar: Julian II (Caes. 355-360 AD)
Date: 355-361 AD
Condition: Fair
Size: AE4

Obverse: DN CL IVLIANVS NOB CAES
Our Lord Claudius Julian Noble Caesar
Bust right; bare-headed, draped and cuirassed

Reverse: SPES REI-PVBLICE
Hope of the Republic.
Emperor, helmeted and in military dress, standing left, holding globe and spear.
Exergue: CONSS (Constantinople mint, sixth officina)

RIC VIII Constantinople 150
2.22g; 15.9mm; 180°
Pep
JulIIVIIISirm81.jpg
355-360 AD - Julian II as Caesar - RIC VIII Sirmium 081 - SPES REIPVBLICE31 viewsCaesar: Julian II (Caes. 355-360 AD)
Date: 355-361 AD
Condition: Fair/Fine
Size: AE3

Obverse: DN IVLIA-NVS NOB C
Our Lord Julian Noble Caesar
Bust right; bareheaded, draped and cuirassed

Reverse: SPES REI-PVBLICE
Hope of the Republic.
Emperor, helmeted and in military dress, standing left, holding globe and spear.
Exergue: (A?)SIRM (Sirmium mint, first? officina)

RIC VIII Sirmium 81
1.80g; 17.1mm; 195°
Pep
JulIIVIIISirm81or83.jpg
355-360 AD - Julian II as Caesar - RIC VIII Sirmium 081 or 083? - SPES REIPVBLICE44 viewsCaesar: Julian II (Caes. 355-360 AD)
Date: 355-361 AD
Condition: Fine
Size: AE4

Obverse: D N IVLIA-NVS NOB C
Our Lord Julian Noble Caesar
Bust right; bareheaded, draped and cuirassed

Reverse: SPES REI-PVBLICE
Hope of the Republic.
Emperor, helmeted and in military dress, standing left, holding globe and spear, a captive at his feet.
Exergue: unknown (SIRM?)

RIC VIII Sirmium 81 or 83?
1.99g; 16.5mm; 345°
Pep
JulVIIISis370.jpg
355-360 AD - Julian II as Caesar - RIC VIII Siscia 370 - FEL TEMP REPARATIO21 viewsCaesar: Julian II (Caes. 355-360 AD)
Date: 355-358 AD
Condition: aFine
Size: AE4

Obverse: DN IVLIANVS NOB CAES
Our Lord Julian Noble Caesar
Bust right; bare-headed, draped and cuirassed

Reverse: FEL TEMP - REPARATIO
The restoration of happy times.
Helmeted soldier to left, shield on left arm, spearing falling horseman, shield on ground at right, horseman wears pointed cap, turns to face soldier and extends left arm.
"M" in left field
Exergue: ?SIS (Siscia mint, unknown officina)

RIC VIII Siscia 370
2.00g; 16.7mm; 30°
Pep
RIC_546_Denario_Julia_Domna.jpg
47-03 - JULIA DOMNA (194 - 217 D.C.)14 viewsAR Denario 18 mm 2.6 gr.
Esposa de Septimio Severo y madre de Geta y Caracalla.

Anv: "IVLIA AVGVSTA" - Busto sin diadema y vestido viendo a derecha.
Rev: "CERERI FRVGIF" - Ceres sentada en trono a izq., portando espigas en mano der. y larga antorcha en izq.

Acuñada 2da. Emisión (Grupo III) 200-202 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.IV Parte I #546 Pag.166 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #6576 Pag.492 - BMCRE V #12 Pag.158 (Pl.27 #6) - Cohen Vol.IV #14 Pag.107 - RSC Vol. III #14 Pag.53 - DVM #12 Pag.191 - Hill CSS#424 - Salgado II/1 #4208.a Pag.111
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RIC_560_Denario_Julia_Domna.jpg
47-04 - JULIA DOMNA (194 - 217 D.C.)11 viewsAR Denario 16.5 mm 1.9 gr.
Esposa de Septimio Severo y madre de Geta y Caracalla.

Anv: "IVLIA AVGVSTA" - Busto sin diadema y vestido viendo a derecha.
Rev: "IVNO REGINA" - Juno de pié a izquierda portando Patera en mano der. y Cetro vertical en izq., frente a ella un pavo real que la mira.

Acuñada 2da. Emisión (Grupo II) 195/8 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.IV Parte I #560 Pag.168 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #6589 Pag.493 - BMCRE V #42 Pag.162 (Pl.28 #1) - Cohen Vol.IV #97 Pag.113 - RSC Vol. III #97 Pag.55 - DVM #55/2 Pag.192 - Salgado II/1 #4202.b Pag.109
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47-05 - JULIA DOMNA (194 - 217 D.C.)32 viewsAR Denario 18 x 16 mm 3.1 gr.
Esposa de Septimio Severo y madre de Geta y Caracalla.

Anv: "IVLIA AVGVSTA" - Busto sin diadema y vestido viendo a derecha.
Rev: "LAETITIA" - Laetitia (La Alegria) de pié a izquierda portando corona de laureles en mano derecha y timón en izquierda.

Acuñada 2da. Emisión 198 D.C.
Ceca: Roma (Off.4ta)

Referencias: RIC Vol.IV Parte I #561D Pag.168 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #6590 Pag.494 - BMCRE #S45/6 Pag.162 - Cohen Vol.IV #101 Pag.114 - RSC Vol. III #101 Pag.55 - DVM #28 Pag.191 - Hill CSS#352
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RIC_561_Denario_Julia_Domna.jpg
47-05 - JULIA DOMNA (194 - 217 D.C.)11 viewsAR Denario 18 x 16 mm 3.1 gr.
Esposa de Septimio Severo y madre de Geta y Caracalla.

Anv: "IVLIA AVGVSTA" - Busto sin diadema y vestido viendo a derecha.
Rev: "LAETITIA" - Laetitia (La Alegria) de pié a izquierda portando corona de laureles en mano derecha y timón en izquierda.

Acuñada 2da. Emisión 198 D.C.
Ceca: Roma (Off.4ta)

Referencias: RIC Vol.IV Parte I #561D Pag.168 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #6590 Pag.494 - BMCRE #S45/6 Pag.162 - Cohen Vol.IV #101 Pag.114 - RSC Vol. III #101 Pag.55 - DVM #28 Pag.191 - Hill CSS#352 - Salgado II/1 #4207.h Pag.111
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47-08 - JULIA DOMNA (194 - 217 D.C.)41 viewsAR Denario 19 mm 3.1 gr.
Esposa de Septimio Severo y madre de Geta y Caracalla.

Anv: "IVLIA AVGVSTA" - Busto sin diadema y vestido viendo a derecha.
Rev: "PIETAS AVGG" - Pietas (La piedad) velada de pié a izquierda colocando granos de incienso en una flama sobre un altar a derecha y portando botella de perfume en mano izquierda.

Acuñada 17ava. Emisión 204 D.C.
Ceca: Roma (Off.6ta)

Referencias: RIC Vol.IV Parte I #572 Pag.170 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #6600 Pag.494 - BMCRE #62/7 Pag.165 - Cohen Vol.IV #150 Pag.117 - RSC Vol. III #150 Pag.57 - DVM #39 Pag.192 - Hill CSS#660
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47-08 - JULIA DOMNA (194 - 217 D.C.)12 viewsAR Denario 19 mm 3.1 gr.
Esposa de Septimio Severo y madre de Geta y Caracalla.

Anv: "IVLIA AVGVSTA" - Busto sin diadema y vestido viendo a derecha.
Rev: "PIETAS AVGG" - Pietas (La piedad) velada de pié a izquierda colocando granos de incienso en una flama sobre un altar a derecha y portando botella de perfume en mano izquierda.

Acuñada 17ava. Emisión 204 D.C.
Ceca: Roma (Off.6ta)

Referencias: RIC Vol.IV Parte I #572 Pag.170 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #6600 Pag.494 - BMCRE #62/7 Pag.165 - Cohen Vol.IV #150 Pag.117 - RSC Vol. III #150 Pag.57 - DVM #39 Pag.192 - Hill CSS#660 - Salgado II/1 #4209.b Pag.111
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47-09 - JULIA DOMNA (194 - 217 D.C.)8 viewsAE Limes denario 19 mm 3.6 gr.
Esposa de Septimio Severo y madre de Geta y Caracalla.

Anv: "IVLIA AVGVSTA" - Busto sin diadema y vestido viendo a derecha.
Rev: "DIANA LVCIFERA" - Diana estante de frente viendo a izq., portando gran antorcha con ambas manos..

Acuñada 196 D.C.
Ceca: Laodicea ad Mare (Siria)

Referencias: RIC IVa #638 P.178 (Nota pie de página 373A P.272, Pl.13 #16), BMCRE V #598 P.277 (Pl.42 #18), Sear RCV II # 6578 P.493, Cohen IV #33 P.108, RSC III #33 P.53, DVM #15 P.191, Salgado II/1 #4226.b Pag.116
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47-10 - JULIA DOMNA (194 - 217 D.C.)8 viewsAR Denario 20 mm 3.3 gr.
Esposa de Septimio Severo y madre de Geta y Caracalla.

Anv: "IVLIA AVGVSTA" - Busto sin diadema y vestido viendo a derecha.
Rev: "LAETITIA" - Laetitia estante a izq., portando guirnalda en mano der. y timón apoyado en tierra en izq..

Acuñada 198 D.C.
Ceca: Laodicea ad Mare (Siria)

Referencias: RIC IVa #641 P.272, BMCRE V #604 ss P.277 (Pl.43 #1), Sear RCV II # 6590 P.494, Cohen IV #101 P.114, RSC III #101 P.55, DVM #28 P.191, Salgado II/1 #4226.f Pag.116
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Julian-II-Nic-121.jpg
52. Julian II.25 viewsAE 1, 363, Nicomedia mint.
Obverse: DN FL CL IVLIANVS P F AVG / Diademed bust of Julian II.
Reverse: SECVRITAS REIPVB / Bull standing, two stars above.
Mint mark: NIKΓ between two palm leaves.
8.79 gm., 28 mm.
RIC #121; LRBC #2319; Sear #19159.
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54-02 - JULIA PAULA (219 - 220 D.C.)58 viewsEsposa de Heliogábalo, se caso con Ella en 219 D.C. y la repudió en 220 D.C.

AR Denario 20 x 18 mm 2.7 gr.

Anv: "IVLIA PAVLA AVG" - Busto vestido viendo a derecha.
Rev: " CONCORDIA " – Concordia sentada a izquierda, portando una pátera en la mano de su brazo derecho extendido y apoyando el codo izquierdo en el respaldo. ” * “ en campo alto izquierdo.

Ceca: Roma
Acuñada: 219 - 220 D.C.
Rareza: Escasa

Referencias: RIC Vol.IV Parte II (Elagabalus) #211 Pag.45 - DVM #1/1 Pag.209 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #7655 Pag.617 – BMCRE Vol.5 #172 – M.Thirion “Le Monnayage d’Elagabal (218-222)” #452 - Cohen Vol.IV #6 Pag.377 - RSC Vol. III #6a
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54-02 - JULIA PAULA (219 - 220 D.C.)14 viewsEsposa de Heliogábalo, se caso con Ella en 219 D.C. y la repudió en 220 D.C.

AR Denario 20 x 18 mm 2.7 gr.

Anv: "IVLIA PAVLA AVG" - Busto vestido viendo a derecha.
Rev: " CONCORDIA " – Concordia sentada a izquierda, portando una pátera en la mano de su brazo derecho extendido y apoyando el codo izquierdo en el respaldo. ” * “ en campo alto izquierdo.

Ceca: Roma
Acuñada: 219 - 220 D.C.
Rareza: Escasa

Referencias: RIC Vol.IV Parte II (Elagabalus) #211 Pag.45 - DVM #1/1 Pag.209 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #7655 Pag.617 – BMCRE Vol.5 #172 – M.Thirion “Le Monnayage d’Elagabal (218-222)” #452 - Cohen Vol.IV #6 Pag.377 - RSC Vol. III #6a
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RIC_243_Denario_Julia_Soemia_1.jpg
55-01 - JULIA SOEMIA (218 - 222 D.C) 14 viewsMadre de Heliogábalo, sobrina de Setimio Severo y hermana de Julia Mamea.

AR Denario 19.4 mm 3.13 gr.

Anv: "IVLIA SOAEMIAS AVG" - Busto vestido viendo a derecha.
Rev: "VENVS CAELESTIS" – Venus sentada en trono a izq., portando manzana en mano derecha y cetro largo en izquierda. a sus pies un niño.

Ceca: Roma
Acuñada: 220 D.C.

Referencias: RIC Vol.IVb #243 (C) Pag.48 - DVM #6 Pag.210 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #7720 Pag.630 – BMCRE V #55/6 – M.Thirion “Le Monnayage d’Elagabal (218-222)” #384 - Cohen Vol.IV #14 - RSC Vol. III #14
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55-02 - JULIA SOEMIA (218 - 222 D.C)13 viewsMadre de Heliogábalo, sobrina de Setimio Severo y hermana de Julia Mamea.

AR Denario 19.4 mm 2.15 gr.
Antigua falsificación ?

Anv: "IVLIA SOAEMIAS AVG" - Busto vestido viendo a derecha.
Rev: "VENVS CAELESTIS" – Venus sentada en trono a izq., portando manzana en mano derecha y cetro largo en izquierda. a sus pies un niño.

Ceca: Roma
Acuñada: 220 D.C.

Referencias: RIC Vol.IVb #243 (C) Pag.48 - DVM #6 Pag.210 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #7720 Pag.630 – BMCRE V #55/6 – M.Thirion “Le Monnayage d’Elagabal (218-222)” #384 - Cohen Vol.IV #14 - RSC Vol. III #14
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RIC_225_AR_Denario_AQUILIA_SEVERA_Foro.jpg
56-02 - AQUILIA SEVERA (220-221 y 221-222 D.C.)24 views2da. y 4ta. esposa de Heliogábalo.

AR Denario 19 mm 2,73 gr.

Anv: "IVLIA AQVILIA SEVERA AVG" - Busto vestido viendo a derecha.
Rev: "CONCORDIA" – Concordia estante a der., sacrificando con pátera en mano der. sobre un altar encendido y portando doble cornucopia en izq.

Ceca: Roma
Acuñada: 220-222 D.C.

Referencias: RIC Vol.IVb #225 Pag.47 (Plate III #10) - DVM #1 Pag.209 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #7679 var. Pag.621 – BMCRE V #185ss Pag.558 - Cohen Vol.IV #2 Pag.380 - RSC Vol. III #2a Pag.125 - Salgado II/1 #4751.b Pag.180
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RIC_263_Denario_Julia_Maesa.jpg
58-01 - JULIA MAESA (218 - 222 D.C) 15 viewsHermana de Julia Domna y abuela de Heliogábalo y Severo Alejandro, Madre de Julia Soemias y Julia Mamaea.

AR Denario 19.5 mm 3.1 gr.

Anv: "IVLIA MAESA AVG" - Busto vestido viendo a derecha.
Rev: " PIETAS AVG " – Pietas (La Piedad) de pié a izq., portando una caja de incienso en la mano izq. y poniendo incienso con la der. en una altar encendido ubicado a sus piés.

Ceca: Roma
Acuñada: 218 - 220 D.C.
Rareza: Común

Referencias: RIC Vol.IV Parte II #263 Pag.50 - DVM #10/1 Pag.210 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #7754 Pag.631 – BMCRE Vol.5 #73/4, Pag.541 – M.Thirion “Le Monnayage d’Elagabal (218-222)” #405 - Cohen Vol.IV #29 Pag.394 - RSC Vol. III #29, Pag.128
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58-01 - JULIA MAESA (218 – 222 D.C) 57 viewsHermana de Julia Domna y abuela de Heliogábalo y Severo Alejandro, Madre de Julia Soemias y Julia Mamaea.

AR Denario 19.5 mm 3.1 gr.

Anv: "IVLIA MAESA AVG" - Busto vestido viendo a derecha.
Rev: " PIETAS AVG " – Pietas (La Piedad) de pié a izq., portando una caja de incienso en la mano izq. y poniendo incienso con la der. en una altar encendido ubicado a sus piés.

Ceca: Roma
Acuñada: 218 - 220 D.C.
Rareza: Común

Referencias: RIC Vol.IV Parte II #263 Pag.50 - DVM #10/1 Pag.210 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #7754 Pag.631 – BMCRE Vol.5 #73/4, Pag.541 – M.Thirion “Le Monnayage d’Elagabal (218-222)” #405 - Cohen Vol.IV #29 Pag.394 - RSC Vol. III #29, Pag.128
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RIC_271_Denario_Julia_Maesa.jpg
58-02 - JULIA MAESA (218 - 222 D.C)12 viewsHermana de Julia Domna y abuela de Heliogábalo y Severo Alejandro, Madre de Julia Soemias y Julia Mamaea.

AR Denario 19 mm 2.5 gr.

Anv: "IVLIA MAESA AVG" - Busto vestido viendo a derecha.
Rev: " SAECVLI FELICITAS " – Felicitas de pié a izquierda, portando un largo caduceo en su brazo izquierdo y pátera en la mano de su brazo derecho extendido sacrificando sobre un altar. ” * “ en campo izquierdo.

Ceca: Roma
Acuñada: 220 - 220 D.C.
Rareza: Común

Referencias: RIC Vol.IV Parte II #271 Pag.50 - DVM #12 Pag.210 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #7767 Pag.631 – BMCRE Vol.5 #79 – M.Thirion “Le Monnayage d’Elagabal (218-222)” #419 - Cohen Vol.IV #45 Pag.395 - RSC Vol. III #45c.
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58-02 - JULIA MAESA (218 – 222 D.C)33 viewsHermana de Julia Domna y abuela de Heliogábalo y Severo Alejandro, Madre de Julia Soemias y Julia Mamaea.

AR Denario 19 mm 2.5 gr.

Anv: "IVLIA MAESA AVG" - Busto vestido viendo a derecha.
Rev: " SAECVLI FELICITAS " – Felicitas de pié a izquierda, portando un largo caduceo en su brazo izquierdo y pátera en la mano de su brazo derecho extendido sacrificando sobre un altar. ” * “ en campo izquierdo.

Ceca: Roma
Acuñada: 220 - 220 D.C.
Rareza: Común

Referencias: RIC Vol.IV Parte II #271 Pag.50 - DVM #12 Pag.210 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #7767 Pag.631 – BMCRE Vol.5 #79 – M.Thirion “Le Monnayage d’Elagabal (218-222)” #419 - Cohen Vol.IV #45 Pag.395 - RSC Vol. III #45c.
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6. JULIA MAMAEA, Mother of Severus Alexander, Augusta 13 March 222 - February/March 235 AD10 viewsAE Sesterius,Mint: Rome;Date: 226 AD
Ref: RIC 708
Obv: IVLIAMAMAEA AVGVSTA - Diademed, draped bust right.
Rev: VESTA - Vesta standing left, holding Palladium and scepter.
S-C -Senatus Consulto,struck by the public authority of the Senate,"by decree of the Senate".
Size: 17.98gm; 29.3 mm
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61-02 - JULIA MAMAEA (222 - 235 D.C.)59 viewsAR Denario 20 x 18 mm 2.2 gr.
Madre de Severo Alejandro

Anv: "IVLIA MAMAEA AVG" - Busto vestido viendo a derecha.
Rev: "IVNO CONSERVATRIX" - Juno velado de pié a izquierda, portando una pátera en mano de brazo derecho extendido y cetro largo vertical en izquierda. A sus piés un Pavo Real con su cabeza viendo de recibir lo que cae de la pátera.

Acuñada 1ra.Emisión 222 D.C.
Ceca: Roma (Off.6ta.)

Referencias: RIC Vol.IV Parte II #343 Pag.98 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #8212 Pag.678 - BMCRE #43/8 - Cohen Vol.IV #35 Pag.493/4 - RSC Vol. III #35 Pag.149 - DVM #5 Pag.215
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61-02 - JULIA MAMAEA (222 - 235 D.C.)13 viewsAR Denario 20 x 18 mm 2.2 gr.
Madre de Severo Alejandro

Anv: "IVLIA MAMAEA AVG" - Busto vestido viendo a derecha.
Rev: "IVNO CONSERVATRIX" - Juno velado de pié a izquierda, portando una pátera en mano de brazo derecho extendido y cetro largo vertical en izquierda. A sus piés un Pavo Real con su cabeza viendo de recibir lo que cae de la pátera.

Acuñada 1ra.Emisión 222 D.C.
Ceca: Roma (Off.6ta.)

Referencias: RIC Vol.IV Parte II #343 Pag.98 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #8212 Pag.678 - BMCRE #43/8 - Cohen Vol.IV #35 Pag.493/4 - RSC Vol. III #35 Pag.149 - DVM #5 Pag.215
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61-04 - JULIA MAMAEA (222 - 235 D.C.)32 viewsAR Denario 22 x 20 mm 3.0 gr.
Madre de Severo Alejandro

Anv: "IVLIA MAMAEA AVG" - Busto vestido viendo a derecha.
Rev: "VES[T]A" - Vesta velada de pié a izquierda, ligeramente viendo a derecha, portando una Victoriola (Palladium) en mano de brazo derecho extendido y cetro largo vertical en izquierda.

Acuñada 6ta.Emisión 226 D.C.
Ceca: Roma (Off.6ta.)

Referencias: RIC Vol.IV Parte II #360 Pag.99 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #8217 Pag.679 - BMCRE #381/7 - Cohen Vol.IV #81 Pag.497/8 - RSC Vol. III #81 Pag.150 - DVM #11-1 Pag.215
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RIC_360_Denario_Forrado_Julia_Mamea_1.jpg
61-04 - JULIA MAMAEA (222 - 235 D.C.)13 viewsDenario Forrado 22 x 20 mm 3.0 gr.
Antigua Falsificación ??
Madre de Severo Alejandro

Anv: "IVLIA MAMAEA AVG" - Busto vestido viendo a derecha.
Rev: "VES[T]A" - Vesta velada de pié a izquierda, ligeramente viendo a derecha, portando una Victoriola (Palladium) en mano de brazo derecho extendido y cetro largo vertical en izquierda.

Acuñada 6ta.Emisión 226 D.C.
Ceca: Roma (Off.6ta.)

Referencias: RIC Vol.IV Parte II #360 Pag.99 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #8217 Pag.679 - BMCRE #381/7 - Cohen Vol.IV #81 Pag.497/8 - RSC Vol. III #81 Pag.150 - DVM #11-1 Pag.215
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61-06 - JULIA MAMAEA (222 - 235 D.C.)74 viewsFALSIFICACIÓN ANCIANA utilizando equivocadamente el cuño del anverso de una moneda de Julia Mamaea y el del reverso de un denario de su hijo Severo Alejandro.
AE Denario 17 x 19 mm 3.1 gr.

Anv: "IVLIA MAMAEA AVG" - Busto vestido viendo a derecha.
Rev: " P M TR P XIII COS III PP " – Sol avanzando a izquierda, levantando su brazo derecho y portando un látigo en la izquierda.

Ceca: NO OFICIAL

Referencias: Anverso copiado de uno de los dos tipos conocidos para Julia Mamaea y el Reverso imitando al denario correspondiente a Severo Alejandro referenciado en RIC Vol.IV Parte II #123 Pag.80 - DVM #49 Pag.213 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #7916 Pag.648 - BMCRE #950/2 - Cohen Vol.IV #448 Pag.446 - RSC Vol. III #448 Pag.142
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61-06 - JULIA MAMAEA (222 - 235 D.C.)16 viewsFALSIFICACIÓN ANCIANA utilizando equivocadamente el cuño del anverso de una moneda de Julia Mamaea y el del reverso de un denario de su hijo Severo Alejandro.
AE Limes Denario 17 x 19 mm 3.1 gr.

Anv: "IVLIA MAMAEA AVG" - Busto vestido viendo a derecha.
Rev: " P M TR P XIII COS III PP " – Sol avanzando a izquierda, levantando su brazo derecho y portando un látigo en la izquierda.

Ceca: NO OFICIAL

Referencias: Anverso copiado de uno de los dos tipos conocidos para Julia Mamaea y el Reverso imitando al denario correspondiente a Severo Alejandro referenciado en RIC Vol.IV Parte II #123 Pag.80 - DVM #49 Pag.213 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #7916 Pag.648 - BMCRE #950/2 - Cohen Vol.IV #448 Pag.446 - RSC Vol. III #448 Pag.142
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61-10 - JULIA MAMAEA (222 - 235 D.C.)35 viewsAE Sestercio 28 mm 17.8 gr.
Madre de Severo Alejandro

Anv: "IVLIA MAMAEA AVGVST[A]" - Busto con diadema en forma de medialuna y vestido viendo a derecha.
Rev: "FELICITAS PVBLI[CA] - S C" - Felicitas de pié de frente viendo a izquierda, portando un caduceo en mano de brazo derecho extendido y apoyando su codo izquierdo en una columna. Sus piés cruzados.

Acuñada 228 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.IV Parte II #676 Pag.125 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #8228 Pag.680 - BMCRE #487 - Cohen Vol.IV #21 Pag.492 - DVM #13-1 Pag.215
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61-10 - JULIA MAMAEA (222 - 235 D.C.)13 viewsAE Sestercio 27 mm 19.1 gr.
Madre de Severo Alejandro

Anv: "IVLIA MAMAEA AVGVSTA" - Busto con diadema en forma de medialuna y vestido viendo a derecha.
Rev: "FELICITAS PVBLICA - S C" - Felicitas de pié de frente viendo a izquierda, portando un caduceo en mano de brazo derecho extendido y apoyando su codo izquierdo en una columna. Sus piés cruzados.

Acuñada 228 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.IV Parte II #676 Pag.125 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #8228 Pag.680 - BMCRE #487 - Cohen Vol.IV #21 Pag.492 - DVM #13-1 Pag.215
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61-12 - JULIA MAMAEA (222 - 235 D.C.)12 viewsAE Sestercio 28 mm 17.8 gr.
Madre de Severo Alejandro

Anv: "IVLIA MAMAEA AVGVST[A]" - Busto con diadema en forma de medialuna y vestido viendo a derecha.
Rev: "FELICITAS PVBLI[CA] - S C" - Felicitas de pié de frente viendo a izquierda, portando un caduceo en mano de brazo derecho extendido y apoyando su codo izquierdo en una columna. Sus piés cruzados.

Acuñada 228 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.IV Parte II #676 Pag.125 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #8228 Pag.680 - BMCRE #487 - Cohen Vol.IV #21 Pag.492 - DVM #13-1 Pag.215
mdelvalle
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61-14 - JULIA MAMAEA (222 - 235 D.C.) 14 viewsAE Sestercio 30 mm 25.4 gr.
Madre de Severo Alejandro

Anv: "IVLIA MAMAEA AVGVSTA" - Busto con diadema en forma de medialuna y vestido viendo a derecha.
Rev: "VESTA - S C" - Vesta velada, estante a izq., portando Victoriola en mano der. y largo cetro vert. en izq.

Acuñada 226 D.C.
Ceca: Roma

Referencias: RIC Vol.IV Parte II #708 Pag.127 (Pl.9 #12) - Sear RCTV Vol.II #8236 Pag.681 - BMCRE #389 - Cohen Vol.IV #83 Pag.498 - DVM #20/1 Pag.215
mdelvalle
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661. Julia Domna denarius66 viewsRome Mint, 210 Ad
20 mm, VF
IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust right, floormat on head
VENVS VICTRIX, half naked Venus, holding helmet and palm, leaning on column, shield at feet
Zam
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70. J. Mamaea denarius.11 viewsDenarius, ca 228 AD, Rome mint.
Obverse: IVLIA MAMAEA AVG / Diademed bust of Julia Mamaea.
Reverse: FELICITAS PVBLICA / Felicitas standing, legs crossed, holding caduceus and leaning arm on column.
3.01 gm., 20 mm.
RIC #335; Sear #8209.
Callimachus
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71. J. Mamaea sestertius.19 viewsSestertius, ca 224 AD, Rome mint.
Obverse: IVLIA MAMAEA AVGVSTA / Diademed bust of Julia Mamaea.
Reverse: VENERI FELICI / Venus standing, holding sceptre and Cupid. SC in field on either side.
22.83 gm., 34 mm.
RIC #694; S. # 8232.
Callimachus
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a typical IVLIA TRAD of Augustus the obverse is very worn, but identifiable.19 viewsMost collectors are familiar with these. Coins were struck at this site in Hispania only for a short time around the time of a visit by Augustus, a scarce coin. 1 commentsRyan C
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A135-02 - Juliano II Como Cesar de Constancio II (355 - 360 D.C.)39 viewsAE3 Maiorina ó Centenional 17 x 16 mm 2.5 gr.

Anv: "DN IVLIAN - VS NOB C" - Busto a cabeza desnuda, coraza y Paludamentum (capote militar) sobre ella, viendo a derecha.
Rev: "FEL TEMP REPARATIO" - Soldado con yelmo a derecha, portando escudo en brazo izquierdo, alancea con derecha a un jinete caido que porta un gorro en punta, lo mira y extiende su brazo izquierdo hacia él. "ΔSISD" en exergo y " M " en campo izquierdo.

Acuñada 355 - 356 D.C.
Ceca: Siscia (Off.4ta.)
Rareza: S

Referencias: RIC Vol.VIII (Siscia) #374 Pag.377 - Cohen Vol.VIII #13 Pag.45 - DVM #26 Pag.304 - Salgado MRBI Vol.III #8832.e. Pag.229 - Sear RCTV (1988) #4063 - LRBC #1237
mdelvalle
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A135-04 - Juliano II Como Cesar de Constancio II (355 - 360 D.C.)40 viewsAE3 Maiorina ó Centenional 16 x 15 mm 2.1 gr.

Anv: "[DN CL IVLIANVS] NOB CAES" - Busto a cabeza desnuda, coraza y Paludamentum (capote militar) sobre ella, viendo a derecha.
Rev: "FEL TEMP [REPA]RATIO" - Soldado con yelmo a derecha, portando escudo en brazo izquierdo, alancea con derecha a un jinete caido que porta un gorro en punta, lo mira y extiende su brazo izquierdo hacia él. "SMTSε" en exergo y " M " en campo izquierdo.

Acuñada 355 - 356 D.C.
Ceca: Tessalonica (Off.5ta.)
Rareza: S

Referencias: RIC Vol.VIII (Thessalonica) #210 Pag.421 - Cohen Vol.VIII #13 Pag.45 - DVM #26 Pag.304 - Salgado MRBI Vol.III #8832.g. Pag.229 - Sear RCTV (1988) #4063 - LRBC #1685
mdelvalle
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A135-10 - Juliano II Como Cesar de Constancio II (355 - 360 D.C.)41 viewsAE4 Nummus 16 x 15 mm 2.3 gr.

Anv: "[D]N CL IVLIANVS NOB CAES" - Busto a cabeza desnuda, coraza y Paludamentum (capote militar) sobre ella, viendo a derecha.
Rev: "[SPES REIPVBLI]CE" - Emperador con yelmo y vestido militarmente, de pié a izquierda, portando Orbe/globo en la mano de su brazo derecho extendido y lanza en izquierda. "CONSI" en exergo y " C " en campo izquierdo.

Acuñada 358 - 361 D.C.
Ceca: Constantinopla (Off.10ma.)
Rareza: R

Referencias: RIC Vol.VIII (Constantinople) #154 Pag.461 - Cohen Vol.VIII #45 Pag.49 - DVM #29 Pag.305 - Salgado MRBI Vol.III #8834.i. Pag.229 - LRBC #2055
mdelvalle
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AD 064-091 - IVLIA TITI FLAVIA12 viewsJulia Flavia

Julia Flaviawas the daughter and only child to Roman Emperor Titus.

for obverse, reverse and coin details click here
shanxi
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AD 193–211 - IVLIA DOMNA4 viewsJulia Domna (AD 160–217) was a Roman empress and wife of Septimius Severus.

for obverse, reverse and coin details click here
shanxi
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AD 225–235 - IVLIA MAMAEA3 viewsJulia Avita Mamaea was a Syrian noble woman and a Roman regent of the Severan dynasty. She was the mother of Roman Emperor Severus Alexander and served as regent of Rome during his reign.

for obverse, reverse and coin details click here
shanxi
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Agrippina, Drusilla and Julia, Caligula's three sisters281 viewsOrichalcum sestertius (23.4g, 34mm, 6h). Rome mint. Struck under Gaius ("Caligula") AD 37-38.
Obverse: C CAESAR AVG GERMANICVS PON M TR POT laureate portret of Gaius facing left
Reverse: AGRIPPINA DRVSILLA IVLIA Agrippina (Jr), the eldest sister as Securitas, leaning on column, holding cornucopia, and placing left hand on Drusilla's shoulder; Drusilla, the middle sister, as Concordia, holding patera and cornucopia; and Julia Livilla, the youngest, as Fortuna, holding rudder and cornucopia.
RIC (Gaius) 33; Cohen 4
Ex Harlan J. Berk, Buy/Bid Sale

This specimen in the style of a provincial branch mint, rarer than those in Rome-mint style.
4 commentsCharles S
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AQUILIA SEVERA35 viewsAR denarius. 220-222 AD. 3.15 gr, 11h. Draped bust right. IVLIA AQVILIA SEVERA AVG. / Concordia standing left, sacrificing out of patera over altar and holding double cornucopiae; star in left field. CONCORDIA. RIC IV 225 (Elagabalus). RSC 2a.1 commentsbenito
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AQUILIA SEVERA77 viewsAR denarius. 220-222 AD. 3.15 gr, 11h. Draped bust right. IVLIA AQVILIA SEVERA AVG. / Concordia standing left, sacrificing out of patera over altar and holding double cornucopiae; star in left field. CONCORDIA. RIC IV 225 (Elagabalus). RSC 2a.
benito
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Aquilia Severa 22 viewsAquilia Severa Denarius
20 mm 2.91 gm
O: IVLIA AQVILIA SEVERA AVG
Draped bust right
R:CONCORDIA
Concordia standing left, holding patera and double cornucopiae; star in left field.
Koffy
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Aquilia Severa (220, & 221 - 222 A.D.)38 viewsAR Denarius
O: IVLIA AQUILIA SEVERA AVG, Draped bust right.
R: CONCORDIA, Concordia standing facing, head left, holding double cornucopia and sacrificing with patera over altar to left; star to right.
Rome Mint
19mm
3.02g
RIC IV(part 2), pg 47, #226 (Elagabalus)

Scarcer with "Star in Right Field".
1 commentsMat
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Aquilia Severa (second and fourth wife of Elagabalus), 220–2 CE 76 viewsAR denarius, Rome, 221 CE; 20mm, 3.20g. BMCRE 335, RIC 226, RSC 2. Obv: IVLIA AQVILIA SEVERA AVG; draped bust right. Rx: CONCORDIA; Concordia standing half-left, sacrificing from patera over lighted altar, holding double cornucopia, star in field right.

Notes: Sixth issue of the reign of Elagabalus (April 220–April 221). Rare variant of Aquilia's “Concordia standing” reverse with the star in the right field rather than the left.

Provenance: Ex Roma II (2 October 2011), lot 719.
1 commentsMichael K5
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Aquilia Severa (second and fourth wife of Elagabalus), 220–2 CE 146 viewsAR Denarius, Rome, 221 CE; 20mm, 3.20g. BMCRE 335, RIC 226, RSC 2. Obv: IVLIA AQVILIA SEVERA AVG; draped bust right. Rx: CONCORDIA; Concordia standing half-left, sacrificing from patera over lighted altar, holding double cornucopia, star to right.

Notes: Rare; Aquilia Severa's "Concordia standing" reverse is more often found with the star in the left field than the right (as on this specimen).

Provenance: Ex Roma II (2 October 2011) Lot 719; from a private German collection.
1 commentsMichael K5
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Aquilia Severa - AE silver plated denarius9 viewscontemporary forgery

official - Rome 221 AD
draped bust right
IVLIA AQVILIA SEVERA AVG
Concordia standing left, sacrificing out of patera over lighted altar, holding double cornucopiae; * left
CONCORDIA
official - RIC IV 225, RSC III 2a, BMCRE V 185
1,66 g 19-17 mm
Johny SYSEL
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Aquilia Severa RIC V, 226146 viewsAquilia Severa, reg. AD 220, 2. and 4. wife of Elagabal
AR - Denar, 3.23g, 19.4mm
Rome AD 220 -221
obv. IVLIA AQVILIA SEVERA AVG
draped bust, bare head r., hair waved, fixed in plait;
later coiffure without 'visor' (C.Clay)
rev. CONCORDIA
Concordia standing l., holding patera r.and double cornucopiae l.; lightened
altar l. before her
star in r. field
RIC V/2, 226; C.2; BMCR.184
Rare; EF, virtually mintstate

VESTAL VIRGINS. Aquilia Severa was one of the six Vestal Virgins who carried out the maintenance of the sacred fire and other cult ceremonies connected to the goddess Vesta. Therefore her marriage with Elagabal leads to disturbances in the priestership and the people of Rome.
6 commentsJochen
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Aquilia Severa, 2nd & 4th wife of Elagabalus. Augusta, 220-221 & 221-222 CE.189 viewsAR Denarius (19 mm, 3.18 gm). Rome mint, 220-222 CE.
Obv: IVLIA AQVILIA SEVERA AVG, draped bust right.
Rev: CONCORDIA, Concordia standing left, holding double cornucopia and patera, held over altar; a star in left field.
RIC 225; Cohen 2; BMC 185; Sear (4th ed) 2158.

Scarce earlier coiffure with band of hair combed forward above forehead. All eight denarii of Aquilia with this reverse type in the Eauze hoarde showed her commoner second coiffure without the band.
EmpressCollector
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Aquilia Severa, Concordia73 views
IVLIA AQVILIA SEVERA AVG
Draped bust right

CONCORDIA
Concordia standing left, holding patera and two cornucopiae; star in left field

RIC 225 Rome (year 221) ; S 2158
Silver Denarius; 19mm; 3.4g
Prov. uncleaned prem. coin lot from FORVM
arizonarobin
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Aquilia Severa. Wife of Elagabalus.161 viewsAR denarius. 220-222 AD. 3.15 gr, 11h. Draped bust right. IVLIA AQVILIA SEVERA AVG. / Concordia standing left, sacrificing out of patera over altar and holding double cornucopiae; star in left field. CONCORDIA. RIC IV 225 (Elagabalus). RSC 2a.

benito
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AR Denarius of Julia Domna/ Venus Felix 193-201 AD 57 views2.70 gr. 18 mm. Sear Roman Coins and their Values [1988 edition] s1851
Julia Domna Denarius. IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust right / VENVS FELIX, Venus standing left holding apple and drawing out fold of drapery. RIC 580, RSC 198. _3145
Antonivs Protti
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AR Denarius of Julia Mamaea/ Vesta 222-235 AD51 views2.17 gr. 19 mm. _4405
Julia Mamaea Denarius. IVLIA MAMAEA AVG, diademed & draped bust right / VESTA, Vesta standing half-left, holding palladium & sceptre. RSC 81. RIC 360. sear5 #8217



Antonivs Protti
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Arabia Petraea, Bostra. AE19 Julia Mamaea 35 viewsJulia Mamaea AE19 of Syria, Decapolis, Bostra. IVLIA MAMAEA AVGVSTA, draped bust right / COLONIA BOSTRA, bust of Zeus-Ammon right.ancientone
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As VENVS VICTRIX AVGVSTA17 viewsObverse: IVLIA MAMAEA_AVGVSTA
Bust right, drape, wearing stephane
Reverse: VENVS VICT(R)IX, S and C, left and right, in midfield.
Venus draped, standing front, head turned left, holding helmet in right and a vertical sceptre in left; at foot, left, a shield.
BMC 723, RIC 707
Weight, 10.57 g; die axis, 6h

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Augustus24 viewsAugustus AE24 of Julia Traducta, Spain. PERM CAES AVG, bare head left / IVLIA TRAD in two lines within wreath. SGI 18, RPC 99, Cohen 151. RPC 99
Sear'88 #538


Thanks stainless! :) and Thanks for editing the photo Jay :)
1 commentsRandygeki(h2)
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Augustus - Julia Traducta15 viewsRoman Provincial, Augustus AE25 Julia Traducta, Spain, (27 BC - 14 AD), 9.7g, 25mm

Obverse: PERM CAES AVG, Bare head left.

Reverse: IVLIA TRAD, in a oak wreath.

Reference: RPC 108

Ex: Holding History Coins+photo
Gil-galad
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Augustus AE24 of Ivlia Tradvcta (Algeciras, Spain)24 viewsAugustus AE24 of Julia Traducta, Spain.

Obv. PERM CAES AVG, bare head left
Rev. IVLIA TRAD in two lines within wreath.
Cohen 151

Weight: 12g
Diameter: 23mm
Sergio Orata
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Augustus and Livia , Colonial Romula (Seville), Minted by Tiberus13 viewsAugustus and Livia, minted by Tiberius, 14 Aug 19 - 16 Mar 37 A.D.
This coin associates Livia with globe and crescent symbols and refers to her as Augusta Genetrix Orbis, Sacred Mother of the World. This extraordinary title was never official and is not used on any other coin type for any empress.
5474. Orichalcum dupondius, RPC I 73, Alverez Burgos 1587, aF, Colonia Romula mint, 25.1g, 33.4mm, 180°, obverse PERM DIVI AVG COL ROM, Augustus radiate head right, star above, thunderbolt right; reverse IVLIA AVGVSTA GENETRIX ORBIS, Livia head left on globe, crescent above;
sold 4-2018
NORMAN K
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Augustus Provincial AE As, Iulia Traducta14 viewsAugustus (27 BC – 14 AD)

AE As, Iulia Traducta (Algeciras Spain)

Obv. PERM. CAES. AVG. Bare bust left.
Rev. IVLIA TRAD. Inside wreath.
RPC 99, Cohen 151.

Weight: 12g.
Diameter: 23mm.
Jose Polanco
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Augustus RPC 10840 views Julia Traducta, Hispania.

PERM CAES AVG

IVLIA TRAD
1 commentsxokleng
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Augustus, AE Semis, RPC I 995 viewsAugustus
27 B.C. – 14 A.D.

Coin: AE Semis

Obverse: PERM CAES - AVG, Bare headed bust facing left.
Reverse: IVLIA TRAD, in two lines within a Civic Crown.

Weight: 9.27 g, Diameter: 23.2 x 22.4 x 2.9 mm, Die axis: 230°, Mint: Julia Traducta, Spain, struck between 12-10 B.C. Reference: RPC I 99

According to Strabo, between 33 - 25 BCE, the name "Iulia Traducta" ("transferred Iulia"), refered to the fact that part of the population had been moved from the city of Iulia Constantia Zilitanorum in North Africa.
Masis
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Augustus, Julia Traducta10 viewsAugustus, 16 January 27 B.C. - 19 August 14 A.D., Julia Traducta, Spain. Bronze AE 33, RPC I 108, F, Julia Traducta mint, 13.415g, 25.4mm, 90o, obverse PERM CAES AVG, bare head left; reverse IVLIA TRAD, legend inside oak wreath; slightly irregular flan (as minted, not an edge chip). Julia Traducta struck coins only during the reign of Augustus. It is not possible to precisely date this type but it may have been struck when Augustus visited the region in 15 - 14 B.C. ex FORVMPodiceps
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B in circular punch126 viewsJulia Mamaea AE 26 As of Rome 224/5 AD obv: IVLIA MAMAEA AVGVSTA rv: VENERI FELICIT RIC 695 cmk. "B" in circular punch on neck 5 mm. Origin of counter mark unknown to me. Cassius
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Barbaric Counterfeit: Apis bull9 viewsJulian II 'the Apostate,' February 360 - 26 June 363 A.D., Barbaric Counterfeit. 21530. Bronze AE 1, ancient counterfeit imitative of SRCV 4074, Fair, unofficial mint, 6.622g, 24.5mm, 90o, after 361 A.D.; obverse [D N FL CL IVLIANVS P F AVG], diademed draped and cuirassed bust right; reverse SECVRITAS REIPVB, Apis bull right, two stars above horns. Ex FORVMPodiceps
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BCC RI131 viewsRoman Imperial
Julia Mamaea 222-235CE
AE Sestertius, as found.
Obv:IVLIA MAMA EA AVGVSTA
Diademed and draped bust right.
Rev: FELICI TAS PVBLICA S.C.
Felicity std. facing, head left, holding
caduceus and leaning on column.
29x32mm. 18.87g. Axis:30
Sear 22178(1981), RIC 676
v-drome
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BULL394 viewsJulian II AD 360-363 minted Heraclea Ae1
S617 8.19g
Diademed bust right with legend DAFLCL IVLIANVS PF AVG
Bull standing right with legend SECVRITAS REIPVB
* in field, HERACLEA in exerge
June 04 £65
mickdale
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Caligula, 37 - 41 AD148 viewsObv: C CAESAR DIVI AVG PRON AVG PM TRP IIII PP, laureate head of Caligula facing left.

Rev: AGRIPPINA DRVSILLA IVLIA, The three sisters of Caligula, standing side by side; on the left, Agrippina (personified as Securitas) with head turned right, holds cornucopia, resting right hand on column, left hand on Drusilla’s shoulder; in center Drusilla (personified as Concordia), with head turned left, holding patera in right hand and cornucopia in left; on right Julia (personified as Fortuna Augusta), with head turned left, holding rudder in right hand and cornucopia in left; SC in exergue.

20.1 grams, 35 mm

This coin is a copy of a medallion made my Giovanni da Cavino of Padua, Italy. Though it's not an "ancient forgery" I would estimate it's manufacture to be sometime in the mid to late 19th Century. There appears to be genuine wear on the coin's surface along with a waxy residue visible in the lettering above Caligula's head leading me to believe this coin might have been used as a host to cast other fakes. It appears to be a direct copy of the Paduan housed in the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris. It is pictured in Imitations and Inventions of Roman Coins by Zander H. Klawans as Caligula 1.

RIC 41, Klawans Caligula 1
SPQR Coins
Cappadocia,_Caesarea,_050p_Julia-Domna,_Syd_447var_,_AR-Drachm,_IVLIA_AVGVSTA_AVG,_MHTPO_KAICAP_NE,_ET-IH,_207-AD,_Q-001,_0h,_15-19mm,_2,87g-s.jpg
Cappadocia, Caesarea, 050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), Syd-447var, AR-Drachm, MHTPO KAICAP NЄ, Mount Argaeus, #164 viewsCappadocia, Caesarea, 050 Julia Domna (170-217 A.D.), Syd-447var, AR-Drachm, MHTPO KAICAP NЄ, Mount Argaeus, #1
avers: IVΛIA AVΓVSTA AVΓ, Bust draped right.
reverse: MHTPO KAICAP NЄ, Mount Argaeus surmounted by a star, date below ЄT IH (year 18, 210 A.D.),
exergue: -/-//ЄT IH, diameter: 15,0-19,0mm, weight: 2,85g, axis:0h,
mint: Cappadocia, Caesarea, date: 210 A.D., ref: Syd-447var,
Q-001
quadrans
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Concordia239 viewsJulia Paula, Augusta AD 219, 1. wife of Elagabal
AR - Denar, 2.95g, 19mm
Rome AD 219
Av.: IVLIA PAVLA AVG
draped bust, diademed head r.
Rv.: CONCORDIA
Concordia draped sitting l. on throne, holding patera r. and resting l. arm on
back of throne.
star in l. field
RIC IV/2, 211; C.6; BMCR.172
Scarce; good VF

CONCORDIA, like the Greek Homonoia, but in a more political sense. 121 BC after the war against the Gracchi a great Concordia temple was built on the Forum where the Senatus often assembled. Together with Providentia, Fides and some others a numen with big importness for the genus humanum and therefore assumed as divine. She was one of the most worshipped deities in Rome.
Jochen
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Denarius Julia Mamaea / Denier Julia Mamée25 viewsIVLIA MAMMEA AVG
VESTA

Rome
RIC 360, Cohen 81
Chut
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Denarius of Julia Maesa6 viewsA Denarius of Julia Maesa minted in Rome between 223-226 AD. 18.13 mm, 2.73 g.

Obverse: IVLIA MAESA AVG, draped bust right

Reverse: SAECVI-F_ELICITAS, Felicitas standing, facing and head left, patera in right hand over lit alter to left, caduceus in left hand.

Attribution: RIC IV, Part II, 271
chuy1530
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Denarius; IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG / DIANA LVCIFERA, RIC 373a34 viewsJulia Domna Denarius. Struck under Caracalla, 211-217 A.D. 2,3 g, 19 mm. IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG, draped bust right / DIANA LVCIFERA, Diana standing left, holding long torch with both hands. RIC 373A [Caracalla], RSC 32, BMC 1, Sear RCV (2002) 7100.Podiceps
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Denarius; FORTVNAE FELICI, RIC 55224 viewsJulia Domna, Augusta 194 - 8 April 217 A.D. Silver denarius, RSC III 55, RIC IV 552, BMCRE V 24, SRCV II 6583, gVF, frosty surfaces, Rome mint, 3.163g, 19.0mm, 180o, 210 A.D.; obverse IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust right; reverse FORTVNAE FELICI, Fortuna standing slightly left, head left, out-turned cornucopia in right, left elbow rests on reversed rudder; excellent centering. Ex FORVMPodiceps
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Denarius; LAETITIA, RIC 56132 viewsJulia Domna, Augusta 194 - 8 April 217 A.D. Silver denarius, RIC IV 561, RSC III 101, BMCRE V 45, VF, Rome mint, 3.498g, 17.5mm, 180o, 198 A.D.; obverse IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust right; reverse LAETITIA, Laetitia standing left, wreath in right and rudder in left. Laetitia was a minor Roman goddess of gaiety, her name deriving from the root word laeta, meaning happy. Ex FORVMPodiceps
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Denarius; VENVS FELIX, RIC 58014 viewsJulia Domna Denarius. 2,69g, 19mm. IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust right / VENVS FELIX, Venus standing left holding apple and drawing out fold of drapery. RIC 580, RSC 198.Podiceps
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Denarius; VESTA, RIC 3626 viewsJulia Mamaea Denarius. 3g, 19mm. IVLIA MAMAEA AVG, draped bust right / VESTA, Vesta standing left holding patera and transverse scepter. RIC 362, RSC 85, BMC 440, Sear 8218.Podiceps
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Diana8 viewsJulia Domna
Denarius

Draped bust, right, IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG
Diana standing left, holding torch, DIANA LVCIFERA

RIC 548
Blindado
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Didius Julianus22 viewsDidius Julianus Denarius
18 mm 2.68 gm
O: IMP CAES M DID IVLIAN AVG
Laureate bust right
R: CONCORD MILIT
Concordia standing facing, head left, holding vexillum and aquila
Koffy
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Didius Julianus7 viewsSilver Denarius Rome 193 CE
Obverse: [IMP] CAES M DID IVLIAN AVG: Head of Didius Julianus, laureate, right
Reverse: CONCORD MILIT: Concordia, draped, standing front, head left, holding legionary eagle in right hand and vexillum in left hand
RIC 1
David M24
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Didius Julianus AR Denarius73 viewsRIC IVa 3, RSC 15, BMC 7
2.81 g, 17 mm x 18 mm
IMP CAES M DID IVLIAN AVG, laureate draped & cuirassed right
RECTOR ORBIS, Didius standing left, holding globe & roll
R3
2 commentsMark Z2
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Didius Julianus Sestertius54 viewsObverse:
Laureate head right - 'IMP CAES M DID SEVER IVLIAN AVG'

Reverse:
Concordia standing left, holding two standards - 'CONCORDIA MILIT S-C'

Ref: RIC 14, Cohen 3, BMC 7

Notes:
Concord stands holding a legionary eagle and standard, in an ironic appeal to the troops for their loyalty that was doomed to failure. Struck during his brief reign, 28th March – 1st June AD193
Xerxes King of Kings
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Didius Julianus Sestertius RECTOR ORBIS89 viewsDidius Julianus
AE sestertius.

OBV:IMP CAES M DID SEVER IVLIAN AVG, laureate head right.
Rx: RECTOR ORBIS, Julianus standing left holding globe and roll, S C in fields (C double struck).
RCV 6077. 29mm, 18.1g.
Condition aF/VG
recycled picture.
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DIVINE AUGUSTUS & LIVIA (by Tiberius). AE34 medallion? of Colonia Romula (Seville), RPC 73. Obverse: PERM. DIVI AVG. COL. ROM. Radiate head of Divus Augustus right; six-rayed star 21 viewsDIVINE AUGUSTUS & LIVIA (by Tiberius). AE34 medallion? of Colonia Romula (Seville), RPC 73. Obverse: PERM. DIVI AVG. COL. ROM. Radiate head of Divus Augustus right; six-rayed star above; thunderbolt before. Reverse: IVLIA AVGVSTA GENETRIX ORBIS. Head of Livia left on globe of the world; crescent moon above. RPC I, 73. SNG Copenhagen 421. F. Scarce. Livia, the mother of the emperor Tiberius, is honored as mother of the world by him on this exceptional coin.Antonivs Protti
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Domitian, RIC 717, for Julia Titi, Sestertius of AD 92-94 (Carpentum)29 viewsÆ Sestertius (23,63g, Ø 32mm, 6h). Rome, AD 92-94.
Obv.: IMP CAES DOMIT AVG GERM COS XVI CENS PER P P around large S·C, .
Rev.: DIVAE IVLIAE AVG DIVI TITI F around, SPQR in ex, Carpentum right drawn by two mules right; the tilt rests on standing figures at each corner, three corners showing; draperies or guirlands on the side of the body of the carpentum; six spokes in wheel.
RIC Domitian 717; BMC 458; Cohen (Julia) 9 (15fr); Roman Historical Coins 93/40
Ex Boule (Paris), Mail Bid Auction 107, Oct. 2015.

Issued in honour of the consecration of Julia Titi, daughter of Titus, in AD 91.
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Drawer Handles80 viewsI had originally labelled this as a possible helmet handle based on a few vendors and websites. It is now clear that these are handles for drawers or small chests. The coter pin went through a hole in the wood and was then bent wide inside the drawer or chest. Often the inside of the drawer or chest was protected/strengthened with a flat square of bronze with a hole in the middle. A full handle with both coter pins and the square bronze plates is displayed in the Archeologial Museum of Roman Poetovia in Ptuj, Slovenia. Circa 1st to 2nd century AD. These handles are designed as two dolphins facing, each with three pronged tails. Reports that these are often found at Roman military sites (including Poetovio), as well as civiliain sites, may indicate that the handle was used on small portable chests used by the military as well as civlian items but this is just a guess.otlichnik
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Dupondius Felicitas seated19 viewsObverse: IVLIA MAMA_EA AVGVSTA
Bust right, drape, wearing stephane, all seated in crescent
Reverse: FELICITA_S_PVBLICA, S and C in exergue.
Felicitas draped, seated left on chair, holding up cauceus in right hand and cornucopiae in left
BMC 665 (Plate 22), RIC 681 (Plate 9,3)
Weight, 9.758g; die axis, 12h

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Dupondius FELICITAS TEMP44 viewsObverse: IVLIAMAMAEA_AVGVSTA
Bust right, drape, wearing stephane, all seated in crescent
Reverse: FELICI _TASTEMP, S and C, left and right, low in field.
Felicitas draped, standing front, head left, holding long caduceus vertically in right hand and cornucopiae in left; fold of drapery over left arm
BMC 532 (Plate 18), RIC 682
Weight, 9.494g; die axis, 12h
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Dupondius/As Felicitas temp31 viewsObverse: IVLIAMAMAEA_AVGVSTA
Bust right, drape, wearing stephane
Reverse: FELICI _TASTEMP, S and C, left and right, in midfield.
Felicitas draped, standing front, head left, holding long caduceus vertically in right hand and cornucopiae in left; fold of drapery over left arm
BMC 532 (bust seated in crescent, Plate 18), RIC 682
Weight, 10.699g; die axis, 12h
The metal under the red-brown patina is yellow. FELICITAS TEMP was Mamaea's first middle bronze type to show the crescent below bust as a denominational mark for the dupondius. This coin may therefore represent a transitional specimen.
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EB0374 Livia, carpentum20 viewsLivia, AE Sestertius, Struck under Tiberius, AD 22-23.
Obv: SPQR IVLIAE AVGVST in three lines, funeral carpentum drawn right by two mules.
Rev: TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVST P M TR POT XXIIII around large SC.
References: RIC 51; BMCRE 76; Cohen 6; Sear 1738.
Diameter: 35mm, Weight: heavy.
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EB0402 Julia Titi / Ceres5 viewsJulia Titi AE Dupondius. 80-81 AD.
Obv: IVLIA IMP T AVG F AVGSTA, draped bust right, hair coiled in a bun at the back.
Rev: CERES [AVGVST] S-C, Ceres standing left with corn ears and long torch.
References: RIC 392; Sear 2615; Cohen 2.
Diameter: 27.5mm, Weight: 9.732 grams.
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EB0481 Julia Domna / Laetitia24 viewsJulia Domna, AR Denarius, ca 198 AD.
Obv: IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust right.
Rev: LAETITIA, Laetitia standing left holding wreath and rudder.
References: RIC 561 (Rome) or, more likely RIC 641 (Laodicea).
Diameter: 20mm, Weight: 3.44 grams.
Coins of Julia Domna from the Laodicea mint can be identified by the loop coming up from her drapery at the neck.
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EB0482 Julia Domna / Felicitas18 viewsJulia Domna, AR Denarius, 206 AD.
Obv: IVLIA AVGVSTA Draped bust right.
Rev: FELICITAS Felicitas standing, head left, holding short caduceus and long sceptre.
References: RIC IV 551; Sear 6581; RSC 47.
Diameter: 20mm, Weight: 3.25 grams.
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EB0483 Julia Domna / VENVS GENETRIX9 viewsJulia Domna, AR Antoninianus, 216 AD.
Obv: IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG, diademed and draped bust right on a crescent.
Rev: VENVS GENETRIX, Venus seated left, extending right hand and holding sceptre in left.
References: RIC IV 388A; RSC 211; Sear 7098.
Diameter: 23.5mm, Weight: 4.926 grams.
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EB0499 Julia Paula / Venus6 viewsJulia Paula (wife of Elagabalus), AR Denarius, 219-220 AD.
Obv: IVLIA PAVLA AVG, draped bust right.
Rev: VENVS GENETRIX, Venus seated left, holding apple and sceptre.
References: RIC IV 222, RSC 21, BMC 323.
Diameter: 18.5mm, Weight: 2.603 grams.
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EB0500 Julia Soaemias / Venus10 viewsJulia Soaemias, AR Denarius, 218-222 AD.
Obv: IVLIA SOAEMIAS AVG, draped bust right.
Rev: [VENVS C]AELESTIS, Venus seated left, holding scepter, extending her hand to Cupid standing before her.
References: RIC IV 243, RSC 14, BMC 55.
Diameter: 18mm, Weight: 2.455 grams.
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EB0501 Julia Maesa / Juno8 viewsJulia Maesa, AR Denarius, 218-222 AD.
Obv: IVLIA MAESA AVG, draped bust right.
Rev: IVNO, Juno standing left, holding patera and scepter.
References: RIC IV 254, RSC 16, BMC 67.
Diameter: 19mm, Weight: 2.888 grams.
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EB0506 Julia Mamaea / Vesta17 viewsJulia Mamaea (mother of Severus Alexander), AE Sestertius, 222-235 AD.
Obv: IVLIA MAMAEA AVGVSTA, diademed & draped bust right
Rev: VESTA S-C, Vesta standing left, holding Palladium & scepter.
References: RIC IV 708, Cohen 83, BMC 389.
Diameter: 32mm, Weight: 22.685 grams.
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EB0507 Julia Mamaea / Juno9 viewsJulia Mamaea, AE Sestertius, 231 AD.
Obv: IVLIA MAMAEA AVG, diademed & draped bust right.
Rev: IVNO AVGVSTAE, SC below, Juno seated left, holding a flower & a baby in swaddling clothes.
References: RIC IV 683, Cohen 33, BMC 759.
Diameter: 31mm, Weight: 21.46 grams.
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EB0508 Julia Mamaea / Vesta9 viewsJulia Mamaea, AR Denarius, 225-235 AD.
Obv: IVLIA MAMAEA AVG, diademed & draped bust right.
Rev: VESTA, Vesta standing half-left, holding palladium & scepter.
References: RIC IV 360, RSC 81, BMC 381.
Diameter: 19.5mm, Weight: 2.343 grams.
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EB0509 Julia Mamaea / Fecunditas9 viewsJulia Mamaea, AR Denarius, 225-235 AD.
Obv: IVLIA MAMAEA AVG, diademed draped bust right.
Rev: FECVND AVGVSTAE, Fecunditas standing left with cornucopiae & reaching out to boy standing right.
References: RIC IV 331, RSC 5, BMC 917.
Diameter: 19.5mm, Weight: 2.674 grams.
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EB0713 Julia Domna Tyche8 viewsJulia Domna, PISIDIA, Antiochia, AE 23.
Obverse: IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust right.
Reverse: ANTIOCH NICOL CA, Tyche standing left, holding branch and cornucopia.
References: SNG France 1126-31 var.
Diameter: 21.5mm, Weight: 6.118g.
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Elagabalus and Julia Maesa, AE27, VP IOUΛ AUΓ CEΛEUKOY MARKIANOPOΛΙΤΩΝ11 viewsAE27
Roman Provincial: Markianapolis, Moesia Inferior
Elagabalus
Augustus: 218 - 222AD
Julia Maesa
Died: 224AD
27.0mm 12.60gr
O: AVT K M AVR ANTΩΝΕΙNOC AVΓ IVLIA MAICA AVΓ; Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Elagabalus, right, facing draped bust of Julia Maesa, left.
R: VP IOUΛ AUΓ CEΛEUKOY MARKIANOPOΛΙΤΩΝ; Fourfold coiled serpent, head lowered, right.
Exergue: E, upper left.
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Elagabalus, RIC 402, for Julia Maesa, Sestertius of AD 222 15 viewsÆ Sestertius (20.02g, Ø32.5mm, 12h), Rome mint, Struck AD 222
Obv.: IVLIA MAESA AVG, diademed and draped bust of Julia Maesa, mother of Elagabalus, facing right.
Rev.: PVDICITA (around) S C (in ex.), Pudicita seated left, raising veil and holding sceptre.
RIC (Elagabalus) 417 (S); Cohen 40
ex cgb.fr
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Elagabalus, RIC 402, for Julia Soaemias, Sestertius of AD 220-221 10 viewsÆ Sestertius (26.90g, Ø30mm, 12h), Rome mint, Struck AD 220-221
Obv.: IVLIA SOAEMIAS AVG, diademed and draped bust of Julia Soaemias facing right.
Rev.: VENVS CAELESTIS (around) S C (in field), Venus caelestis standing left, holding apple and long sceptre; star in field.
RIC 402 (R); Cohen 11
ex CNG 85 (2010) lot 964

Venus Caelestis is a Roman adaptation of a Syrian goddess brought by princesses from the east to Rome. The only coins with this reverse type are of the Severan empresses.
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FECVNDITAS AVG15 viewsDenarius 20 mm, Rome AD 218-220
obv: IVLIA MAESA AVG, draped bust right; rev: FECVNDITAS AVG Fecunditas standing left, extending her hand over a child & holding cornucopiae.
RIC 249, RSC 8, BMC 61

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Felicitas270 viewsJulia Mamaea, died 235, mother of Severus Alexander
AR - Denar, 3.22g, 19mm
Rome AD 230
obv. IVLIA MA - MAEA AVG
draped bust, diademed head r.
rev. FELICITAS - PVBLICA
Felicitas sitting l., holding caduceus l. and cornucopiae r.,
l. foot on footstool

FELICITAS, personification of 'happiness' in the sense of prosperity and
success, here of the state (PVBLICA)
1 Caduceus, herald's staff, originally carried by Mercury, later decorated
at the top with a pair of serpents and often winged. Suggesting peace,
stability and concord
2 Cornucopiae, 'horns of plenty', overflowing with fruits and ears of grain,
a motif borrowed from Greek art, symbol of prosperty (brought to the people by
the emperor)
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Flavius Claudius Julianus II, 360 - 363 AD20 viewsObv: DN FL CL IVLIANVS PF AVG, rosette-diademed helmeted, cuirassed bust of Julian, holding a spear and a shield.

Rev: VOT / X / MVLT / XX in four line within a laurel wreath; (H)ERACL•A in exergue.

AE 3, Heraclea mint, 361 - 363 AD

3.5 grams, 20 mm, 180°

RIC VIII Heraclea 106
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Four Seasons311 viewsJulia Domna, wife of Septimius Severus, Augusta, 193-217 C.E.
AR Denarius (3.24g, 20.0mm), Rome mint, AD 207.
Obv: IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust right.
Rev: FECVNDITAS, Terra reclining left under tree, left arm on basket of fruits, right hand set on globe, spangled with stars, in background four children representing the four Seasons.
RIC 549, RSC 35, BMC 21, Sear 6579.
Ex FORVM Ancient coins.

The four seasons--spring, summer, fall and winter--are typically personified by four nude boys at play.
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Fouree denarius; CERERI FRVGIF, Ceres seated left24 viewsJulia Domna, Augusta 194 - 8 April 217 A.D., Ancient Counterfeit or 'Limes denarius. Bronze denarius, cf. SRCV II 6576, RIC IV 546, RSC III 14, BMCRE V 10 (official, Rome mint, 200 A.D.), VF, 2.199g, 18.6mm, 0o, obverse IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust right; reverse CERERI FRVGIF, Ceres seated left, heads of grain in right, torch in left; scarce. Ex FORVMPodiceps
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Fouree denarius; Concordia standing left7 viewsJulia Mamaea, Augusta 13 March 222 - February or March 235 A.D., Ancient Counterfeit. Silvered denarius, hybrid with a Severan emperor reverse, VF, illegal mint, 3.300g, 22.2mm, 0o, obverse IVLIA MAMAEA AVG, diademed and draped bust right; reverse P M TR P III COS P P, Concordia standing left, patera in right over altar at feet, cornucopia in left. Ex FORVMPodiceps
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Fouree Julia Domna and Septimius Severus RIC 150 (reverse)26 viewsAncient counterfeit

Fouree Julia Domna with Septimius Severus reverse - RIC IV, Part I, 150, Sear 6333, RSC 454, BMC 175
OBV: IVLIA AVGVSTI, Julia Domna bust right
REV: P M TR P VIII COS II P P, Victory flying left holding open wreath in both hands over round shield set on low base
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Gaius ("Caligula"), RIC 33, Sestertius from A.D.37-38 (three sisters)167 viewsÆ Sestertius (23.4g, Ø 33-34mm, 6h), Rome mint, struck AD 37-38
Obv.: C CAESAR AVG GERMANICVS PON M TR POT, laurate head left
Rev.: AGRIPPINA - DRVSILLA - IVLIA (left, above and right) S C (ex.), Caligula's three sisters: Agrippina (Jr.), the eldest sister, as Securitas, leaning on column, holding cornucopiae, and placing left hand on Drusilla's shoulder; Drusilla, the middle sister, as Concordia, holding patera and cornucopiae; and Julia Livilla, the youngest, as Fortuna, holding rudder and cornucopiae.
RIC 33 (R); Mattingly (BMCRE) 36, 37; Cohen 4 (25 Fr.); Sear (Roman Coins & their Values) 1800
ex Harlan J. Berk, Buy/Bid Sale 130 (2002)

Addtional information from H.J. Berk: This specimen in the style of a provincial branch mint, apparently rarer than those in Rome-mint style. Very slightly granular.

This type was produced on two occasions, a first issue in 37-38, and a second in 39-40. This example belongs to the first, issued when the three women were all still alive. Drusilla, Caligula's favourite sister (the one with whom he is said to have had an incestuous relationship), died tragically on June 10, 38, nearly three months after the last coins of the first issue were struck. By the time the second issue was produced (beginning March 18, 39), Drusilla had been accorded the status of a goddess, providing the curious circumstance of a goddess being portrayed in the guise of a personification. Life in the palace worsened after Drusilla's death and Caligula's affection for his remaining two sisters declined.
Drusilla married to Marcus Aemilius Lepidus, who had also been Caligula's lover. At least after Drusilla died, Lepidus extended his sexual liaisons to include Agrippina and Julia Livilla, his former sisters-in-law. By late in 39 this web of relationships seems to have evolved into a failed plot by Lepidus against Caligula, who executed Lepidus and sent his two sisters into exile out of their suspected complicity. All of this palace intrigue occurred in the midst of the second issue of 'three sisters' sestertii, the production of which Caligula probably halted immediately since of the three sisters shown, one was dead and two were in exile for having plotted against his life. Examples of this second issue are excessively rare (RIC 41:R4).
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Gaius ("Caligula"), RIC 33, Sestertius from AD 37-38 (three sisters)77 viewsÆ Sestertius (28.6g, Ø 34mm, 6h), Rome mint, struck AD 37-38
Obv.: C CAESAR AVG GERMANICVS PON M TR POT, laurate head left
Rev.: AGRIPPINA - DRVSILLA - IVLIA (left, above, and right) S C (ex.), Caligula's three sisters: Agrippina (Jr.), the eldest sister, as Securitas, leaning on column, holding cornucopiae, and placing left hand on Drusilla's shoulder; Drusilla, the middle sister, as Concordia, holding patera and cornucopiae; and Julia Livilla, the youngest, as Fortuna, holding rudder and cornucopiae.
RIC 33 (R); BMCRE 36, 37; Cohen 4 (25 Fr.); Sear (Roman Coins & their Values) 1800
ex Macho & Chlapovic Auction 2 (april 2012)

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GREEK IMPERIAL.PISIDIA?Julia Domna Augusta AD 194-217.AE.2432 viewsSize: , 24mm
Weight: 8.86g
Obverse: Julia Domna. IVLIA ΔΟΜΝΑ, bust right of
Reverse: Reverse.Three military standards, legend off flan
Possibly from the city of Antiocha in Pisidia
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HILARITAS, RIC 55619 viewsJulia Domna, Augusta 194 - 8 April 217 A.D. Silver denarius, RIC IV 556, RSC III 72, BMCRE V 31, VF, Rome mint, 3.333g, 17.3mm, 180o, 198 A.D.; obverse IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust right; reverse HILARITAS, Hilaritas standing left, long palm in right, cornucopia in left. Ex FORVM Podiceps
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HILARITAS, two boys14 viewsJulia Domna, Silver denarius, Rome Mint, AD 196-211. Size and weight: 19 mm, 2.47 g. 
Obverse: Draped bust right. 
IVLIA AVGVSTA 
Reverse: Hilaritas standing facing, head left, hilding a long palm set in the ground in right hand and a cornucopia in her left arm. To left and right, naked boys stand facing her, one reaching out to the palm, the other to her dress. 
HILARITAS 
Reference: Sear RCV (2002) 6587; RIC IV 557; BMCRE V p.161, 34. The two boys on this coin probably represent Caracalla and Geta, the two sons of Septimius Severus and Julia Domna. Ex Forum & Moremoth.Podiceps
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I/a - IULIA DOMNA -b-001 Antoninian RIC IV [Carac] /I/388a16 viewsAv) IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG
Diademed and draped bust right on a crescent

Rv) VENVS GENETRIX
Venus seated left, extending right hand & holding sceptre in left

Weight:4,5g, Ø: 22mm; Reference.: RIC IV[Carac]/I/388a; ROME mint,
struck under Caracalla
sulcipius
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II-TIBERIUS-b - 001 AE27 DEMBSKI 6724 viewsAv) TI AVG DIVI AVGVSTI F IMP CAESAR
Laureate head right

Rv) MCI L FVL SPARSO L SATVRNIO II VIR
Bull standing right
In field countermark: B

Weight: 9,6g; Ø : 27mm; Reference: Dembski 67;
Mint: HISPANIA CITERIOR // MVNICIPIVM: CALGVRRIS IVLIA
sulcipius
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Iulia Domna23 viewsIVLIA AVGVSTA
PIETAS AVGG
mint: Roma
204 AD
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Iulia Domna (193-217) denarius (AR)92 viewsObv.: IVLIA AVGVSTA (Draped bust of empress) Rev.: MATER DEVM (Kybele wearing the Mural crown, seated between two lions, holding branch and sceptre) Weight: 3,15 g Diameter: 19 mm RIC 5645 commentsNick.vdw
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Iulia Domna (193-217) denarius (AR)15 viewsObv.: IVLIA AVGVSTA (Draped bust of empress) Rev.: MATER DEVM (Kybele wearing the Mural crown, seated between two lions, holding branch and sceptre) Diameter: 19 mm Weight: 3,15 g RIC 564

According to Cassius Dio, when Domna was jesting with the wife of a Caledonian chieftain about the licentiousness of British women, the wife replied: "We fulfil the demands of nature in a much better way than do you Roman women; for we consort openly with the best men, whereas you let yourselves be debauched in secret by the vilest."
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Iulia Domna, denario, R/VENERI VICTR (194 d.C.)33 viewsIulia Domna, denario
AR, 3,6 gr., 18 mm, BB
D/ IVLIA DOMNA AVG, busto drappeggiato a dx
R/ VENERI VICTR, Venere in piedi a dx, nuda fino alla vita, poggiata su colonna a sx, con palma e mela
RIC 536, RSC 194, BMC 49
Provenienza: collezione Berardengo, Roma Italia (6 giugno 2007, numero catalogo 114); ex collezione Antonio Ragonesi (Numismaticasicula, Roma Italia, fino al 2007).
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Iulia Maesa RIC 26828 viewsSilver Denarius ( 20mm - 2.49g)
obv. IVLIA MAESA AVG
diademed and draped bust right
rev. PVDICITIA
Pudicitia seated left, drawing out veil from shoulder with right hand and holding
sceptre in right
RIC 268
Rome
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Iulia Maesa, AR-Denarius, PIETAS AVG142 viewsIulia Maesa, AR-Denarius,
avers:-IVLIA-MAESA-AVG,
revers:-PIETA-S-AVG,
diameter: 18-19mm
weight: 2,92g
mint:
date:
ref: RIC-266, C-34a
Q-001
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Iulia Maesa, denario (225 d.C. circa)43 viewsGiulia Maesa (nonna di Eliogabalo e Severo Alessandro, morta nel 225).
Ar, denario. 2.8 gr. 19 mm, BB
D/ IVLIA MAESA AVG, busto drappeggiato a destra.
R/ PVDICITIA, Pudicitia seduta a sinistra, velata e reggente uno scettro.
RSC 36
Provenienza: collezione Berardengo, Roma Italia (10 giugno 2007, numero catalogo 115); ex collezione Julia N. Nicol (Saint Petersburg FL Usa, fino al 2007).
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Iulia Mamaea - denarius RIC 34321 viewsIulia Mamaea. Silver denarius, minted in Rome, early 222 AD, 2.51g; obverse: IVLIA MAMAEA AVG, draped bust right; reverse: IVNO CONSERVATRIX, Juno standing left, holding patera & scepter, peacock at feet left. RIC 343.Bartosz A
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Iulia Mamaea, AR-Denarius, IVNO CONSERVATRIX, 147 viewsIulia Mamaea, AR-Denarius,
avers:- IVLIA-MAMAEA-AVG,
revers:- IVNO-CONSERVATRIX,
diameter: 18mm
weight: 3,02g
mint:
date:
ref: RIC-343, C-35,
Q-001
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Iulia Mamaea, AR-Denarius, VENVS GENETRIX, 201 viewsIulia Mamaea, AR-Denarius,
avers:-IVLIA-MA-MAEA-AVG,
revers:-VENVS-GE-N-ETRIX,
diameter: 19-20mm
weight: 2,94g
mint:
date:
ref: RIC-355, C-72,
Q-001
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IULIA Mamaea, asse (228 d.C.)54 viewsGiulia Mamea (Iulia Avita Mamaea). Asse, zecca di Roma (228)
AE, gr 12,8; mm. 25,0; 0°. B+
D/ IVLIA MAMAEA AVGVSTA, busto diademato e drappeggiato a dx
R/ FELICITAS PVBLICA, SC nel campo. Felicitas stante con le gambe incrociate e caduceo nella mano dx. Gomito sinistro appoggiato a una colonnina
RIC 677, Cohen 22, BMC 495
Provenienza: collezione Berardengo, Roma Italia (14 maggio 2008, numero catalogo 68a); ex collezione A. B. (Venezia, Italia, fino al 2008).
paolo
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Iulia Mamaea, denario, R/ IVNO CONSERVATRIX27 viewsIulia Mamaea (222-235 AD), madre di Severo Alessandro. Denario, zecca di Roma, (222 d.C.)
AR, 3,09 gr., 20 mm. BB
D/ IVLIA MAMAEA AVG. busto drappeggiato a dx
R/ IVNO CONSERVATRIX, Iuno stante a sx con patera e scettro, ai suoi piedi un pavone
RIC 343, Cohen 35, BMC 43
Provenienza: collezione Berardengo, Roma Italia (30 giugno 2007, numero catalogo 117); ex collezione Marco Piga (Cagliari Italia, fino al 2007).
paolo
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Iulia Soemia, denario ( 222 d.C. circa)40 viewsIulia Soemia (madre di Eliogabalo, morta nel 222), denario
AR, 2,8 gr, 19 mm, BB
D/ IVLIA SOAEMAIS AVG, Soemia drappeggiata a dx
R/ VENVS CAELESTIS,Venus seduta con bambino ai piedi.
Sear 2171, C. 14
Provenienza: collezione Berardengo, Roma Italia (14 giugno 2007, numero catalogo 116); ex Artemide aste (San Marino, numero catalogo 2299, fino al 2007).
paolo
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IVLIA AVGVSTA - Denarius - VENERI VICTR15 viewsJulia Domna
Denarius
Rome 194 n.Chr.(?)
Av.: IVLIA AVGVSTA - Bust draped r.
Rev.: VENERI VICTR - Venus, naked to waist, standing r., holding apple and palm, resting l. elbow on column
1,83 Gramm, 6 h die axis
RIC - (579 - Aureus)

Poor but rare!

In my opinion Rome style and not "Emesa"!
Perhaps unofficial? (weight!)

Doug Smith: "After most of this page had been posted, a coin became available that casts a question on the separation and dating of the 'Emesa' mint issues. This coin could be barbaric or unofficial (and therefore of no significance) but the style of the obverse portrait and the reverse Venus seems very similar to the Emesa coins (particularly the late version Venus from the back shown above). The obverse legend is IVLIA AVGVSTA which should date to 196 AD or after the closing of the 'Emesa' mint under traditional scholarship. Perhaps the closing date of this mint should be pushed back allowing this coin to be the last product of this series. However the use of the earlier legend VENERI VICTR adds weight to the theory that the coin is not official. My Questions page includes a coin of Caracalla as Caesar paired with an earlier looking 'Emesa' reverse. Is there a connection? Students whose opinions I value fail to see this as Eastern and may be right but I am still tending to consider this an official 'Emesa' product of great interest. Certainly more study is needed before this series will be understood. "
nummis durensis
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IVLIA DOMNA29 viewsIVLIA AVGVSTA
PIETAS PVBLICA
mint : Roma
203 AD
frederic
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IVLIANVS II - RIC 12215 viewsNicomedia 361-362 A.D.
27 mm. 7.1g

RIC 122 Julian II AE1. DN FL CL IVLI-ANVS P F AVG,
pearl-diademed, draped & cuirassed bust right
SECVRITAS REI-PVB, Bull standing right, two stars above.
(branch)NIKB(branch) in ex.
xokleng
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Ivlianvs II - RIC VIII 22614 viewsTessalonica, 361-363 AD.
32 mm, 8.3g.
DN FL CL IVLIANVS PF AVG
SECVRITAS REIPVB
(palm)*TESA. (palm) in ex.
xokleng
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IVLIANVS II - RIC-?8 viewsJulian II . Helmeted bust left, holding spear and shield
VOT X MVLT XX within wreath
TIS(delta) in ex.
xokleng
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Juila Soaemias, RIC 24317 viewsIVLIA SOAEMIAS AVG
VENVS CAELESTIS
AR denarius, 20mm, 2.38g
Draped bust right
Venus seated left, holding scepter, extending hand to Cupid
novacystis
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Julia Domna93 viewsIVLIA PIA FELIX AVG
VENVS GENETRIX
RIC 388c, C 212, BMC 23B
Rome, 216 AD
1 commentswhitetd49
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Julia Domna71 viewsIVLIA AVGVSTA
VENVS VICTRIX
RIC 581, BMC 90, C 215
Rome, 210 AD
whitetd49
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Julia Domna22 viewsIVLIA DO/MNA AVG
Bust draped, right
VENERI VICTR
Venus Victrix draped below waist, standing right, seen from behind, leaning on column, holding apple and palm
RIC 536, C 194, BMC 49
Rome, 194 AD, 2.40 g.
whitetd49
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Julia Domna 21 viewsAR 15-16 mm 3.2 grams 193-211 AD
OBV :: IVLIA AVGVSTA. Draped bust right
REV :: IVNO REGINA. Juno standing left with patera and scepter , Peacock at feet to left
EX :: none ( rome Mint )
RIC 640, RSC 97, BMC 601
RIC rated
From uncleaned lot 06/2007
Johnny
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julia domna25 viewsIVLIA DOMNA AVG
VENERI VICTR
mint : roma
194 AD
frederic
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julia domna26 viewsIVLIA AVGVSTA
FELCITAS
mint : roma
206 AD
frederic
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julia domna21 viewsIVLIA AVGVSTA
SAECVLI FELICITAS
mint : roma
201 AD
frederic
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julia domna16 viewsIVLIA AVGVSTA
CERERI FRVGIF
mint : roma
200 AD
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julia domna18 viewsIVLIA AVGVSTA
HILARITAS
mint : roma
198 AD
frederic
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julia domna33 viewsIVLIA AVGVSTA
MATRI CASTRORUM
mint : roma
197 AD
1 commentsfrederic
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Julia Domna30 viewsOb. IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust right
Rev. IVNO REGINA, Juno, veiled, standing left holding patera and sceptre; peacock to left
Mint (possibly) Laodicea
Heavily toned

Ref. RIC 640, RSC 97, BMC 601

Juno was a favourite patroness of the empresses and the only Emperor showing this reverse was Claudius Gothicus

-:Bacchus:-
Bacchus
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Julia Domna30 viewsIVLIA AVGVSTA
VENERI GENETRICI
mint: Roma
200 AD
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Julia Domna14 viewsIVLIA AVGVSTA
LAETITIA
mint: Roma
198 AD
frederic
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Julia Domna39 viewsIVLIA AVGVSTA
Bust draped, right
VENVS FELIX
Venus standing facing, head left, holding apple and drawing drapery from shoulder
RIC 580, BMC 85, RSC 198
Rome, 195-211 AD, 2.63 g.
ex. Forum Ancient Coins
whitetd49
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Julia Domna31 viewsAe 24 (diassarion)
Obv. Dr bust r, IVLIA - AVGVSTA round.
Rev. Nike r, stg on globe, palm over l shoulder, wreath in raised r hand, MVNICIP - STOBE round.
Josifovski 234, same reverse die (R84)
7.68 gm, 24.5 mm
Manzikert
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Julia Domna30 viewsAe 21 (diassarion)
Obv. Dr bust r, IVLIA A-VGVSTA round.
Rev. Nike walking l, palm over l shoulder, wreath in raised r hand, MVNI - STOB round; centring 'dimple'.
Cohen IV 264-265; BMCG 7; SNG Cop 333; Lingren 1146; Josifovski 155, same dies (V12, R12), citing specimen in Petersburg 2950 (see whited49's gallery on Forvm)
4.83 gm, 21 mm
Manzikert
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Julia Domna29 viewsAe 28 (Tetrassarion)
Obv. Dr bust r, IVLIA - AVGVSTA round.
Rev. Nike walking l, palm over l shoulder, wreath in raised r hand, MVNICI - STOBE round; large centring 'dimple'.
11.79 gm, 28 mm
Cohen IV 264-265, BMCG 7, SNG Cop 333, Lingren 1146. "Apparently unlisted dies. This coin is so large that special dies must have been prepared". (see whited49's gallery on Forvm). This specimen has a different die pair, though probably by the same engraver.
Manzikert
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Julia Domna95 viewsJulia Domna

Obv: IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG
Rev: VESTA
RIC 391
Barry
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JULIA DOMNA17 viewsAR denarius. 215 AD. 3,21 grs. Draped bust right. IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG. / Luna in biga of horses galloping left,drapery bellowing in semicircle behind. LVNA LUCIFERA
RIC ( Caracalla) 379 c. Cohen 105. RSC 105
benito
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Julia Domna 68 viewsJulia Domna Denarius
20 mm 3.09 gm
O: IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG
Draped bust of Julia right.
R: VENVS GENETTRIX
Venus seated left, holding apple and scepter, before her, Cupid standing right, hand on her knee.
3 commentsKoffy
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JULIA DOMNA70 viewsAR denarius. 201 AD. 3,16 grs. Draped bust right. IVLIA AVGVSTA / Bare headed draped and cuirassed bust of Geta right seen from behind. P SEPT GETA CAES PONT.
RIC 571 (S.Severus). RSC 1.
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Julia Domna24 views194 – 217 A.D.
Silver Denarius, draped bust right
3.12 gm, 17 mm
IVLIA AVGVSTA
VESTAE SANCTAE 
Vesta standing left, veiled, patera in right, scepter in left
RIC IV 587, BMCRE V 99, RSC III 246
Rome Mint, 197 A.D.
Jaimelai
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JULIA DOMNA18 viewsAR denarius. 214 AD. Draped bust right. IVLIA FELIX AVG. / Diana standing left,holding flaming torch with both hands. DIANA LVCIFERA.
RSC 32. s 7100.
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JULIA DOMNA59 viewsAR denarius. 2.88 gm. 201 AD. Draped bust of Julia Domna right. IVLIA AVGVSTA. / Laureate and draped bust of Caracalla and draped bust of Geta facing each other.AETERNIT IMPERI above. RIC IV 540 (Septimius Severus.); RSC 2. Lightly toned.
CNG 63, Lot: 1423. Ex Marc Melcher Collection.
CNG photograph.
benito
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JULIA DOMNA117 viewsAR denarius. 2.88 gm. 201 AD. Draped bust of Julia Domna right. IVLIA AVGVSTA. / Laureate and draped bust of Caracalla and draped bust of Geta facing each other.AETERNIT IMPERI above. RIC IV 540 (Septimius Severus.); RSC 2.
CNG 63, Lot: 1423. Ex Marc Melcher Collection.
3 commentsbenito
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JULIA DOMNA34 viewsAR denarius. 214 AD. Draped bust right. IVLIA FELIX AVG. / Diana standing left,holding flaming torch with both hands. DIANA LVCIFERA.
RSC 32. s 7100.
benito
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JULIA DOMNA37 viewsAR denarius. 215 AD. 3,21 grs. Draped bust right. IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG. / Luna in biga of horses galloping left,drapery bellowing in semicircle behind. LVNA LVCIFERA.
RIC ( Caracalla) 379 c. Cohen 105. RSC 105
1 commentsbenito
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Julia Domna129 viewsJULIA DOMNA, wife of Septimius Severus, 193-217
Sestertius, late 195-early 196. AE 18.89 g. IVLIA - AVGVSTA Draped bust r., the hair in a large bun on the back of the head. Rev. CE-RES / S - C Ceres, wearing long dress and veil, standing facing, head turned l., holding long torch with her l. hand, ears in her lowered r. hand over burning round altar. RIC 848

CERES is a comparatively common type on sestertii, so must fall before the drastic cutback in the production of sestertii early in 198, and indeed even before the preliminary cutback of sestertius production in mid-196.

Its date is beyond question late 195-early 196, since CERES is the type that appeared on Julia's New Year's issue of large bronze medallions and asses for 1 January 196. In the course of 196, after defeating Albinus on 19 Feb. 196 (not 197 as all the books say), Septimius cancelled the annual New Year's issues of medallions and asses, so that none at all were issued for 1 Jan. 197 or 198.

The misdating of Julia's CERES type to 198 that appears in various resources is due to P.V. Hill, whose work on the Severan coinage is largely mere guesswork and therefore often grossly mistaken. It is a shame that Hill's largely erroneous dates have now been taken over as fact and so given wide currency by David Sear in his new Roman Coins and Their Values!

I was able to establish the true chronology of the coinage of 193-8 in my Oxford thesis of 1972, which Hill couldn't of course consult for his first edition of 1964, and didn't consult for his second edition of 1977, though the Coin Room at the BM has a copy.

This CERES sestertius is no. 1761 in my die catalogue, obv. 453, rev. 661, other specimens in BM 764, Glasgow, Paris, and Naples.

Obv. die 453 is interesting, because it was used first with the CERES rev. die 661, like this coin; then with all five recorded MATRI CASTRORVM dies, this type coming from this obv. die only on sestertii; and finally with an early rev. die of the next normal type, HILARITAS.

HILARITAS of 196 was the last comparatively common sestertius rev. type of Julia's early coinage; then came the preliminary cutback, and the next three types, DIANA LVCIFERA, IVNO REGINA, and VESTAE SANCTAE, were considerably scarcer. Thereafter came the drastic cutback early in 198. (Curtis Clay)
3 commentsAuer
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JULIA DOMNA37 viewsAR denarius. 200 AD. 3,30grs. 2h. Draped bust right. IVLIA AVGUSTA / Ceres seated left holding long torch and ears of corn. CERERI FRUGIF.
RIC 546. C 14.
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JULIA DOMNA22 viewsAR denarius. 200 AD. 3,30grs. 2h. Draped bust right. IVLIA AVGUSTA / Ceres seated left holding long torch and ears of corn. CERERI FRUGIF.
RIC 546. C 14.
1 commentsbenito
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JULIA DOMNA26 viewsAR denarius. 201 AD. 3,16 grs. Draped bust right. IVLIA AVGVSTA / Bare headed draped and cuirassed bust of Geta right seen from behind. P SEPT GETA CAES PONT.
RIC 571 (S.Severus). RSC 1.

benito
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JULIA DOMNA 36 viewsAR denarius. 201 AD. 3.70 grs. 12h. Draped bust of Empress right. IVLIA AVGVSTA / Laureate and draped bust of Caracalla right. ANTONINVS PIVS AVG.
RIC 544. Cohen ( Julie et Caracalla) 1.
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JULIA DOMNA30 viewsAR denarius. 201 AD. 3.70 grs. 12h. Draped bust of Empress right. IVLIA AVGVSTA / Laureate and draped bust of Caracalla right. ANTONINVS PIVS AVG.
RIC 544. Cohen ( Julie et Caracalla) 1.
benito
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Julia Domna63 viewsDenarius (3.06g - 18mm)
obv. IVLIA DOMNA AVG
Bareheaded bust right, draped.
rev. VENERI VICTR
Venus standing right, naked to waist, leaning on column to left, holding palm and apple
Rome mint AD 194
RIC IVi 536D
1 commentsHG
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Julia Domna83 viewsIVLIA AVGVSTA
Draped bust right

FORTVNAE FELICI
Fortuna seated left holding cornucopiae, left arm on rudder

Rome 210 AD

Sear 6583

Beautiful dark patina on this denarius which is almost black on the reverse

ex-Indalo Colecciones

SOLD! Forum Auction January 2017
1 commentsJay GT4
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Julia Domna8 viewsSilver Denarius
Roman Imperial - The Principate

Julia Domna

Rome mint, 206 A.D
aVF, very ragged flan, slightly toned
20.0 mm / 3.024 g / 0°

Obverse: "IVLIA AVGVSTA", draped bust right.
Reverse: "FELICITAS", Felicitas standing, head left, holding short caduceus and long scepter.

RIC 551. RSC 47. Sear 6581.

MyID: 020F

Traded 2019
TenthGen
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Julia Domna30 viewsAntoninianus ( 5.20g - 20mm)
obv. IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG
Diademed and draped bust right, set on crescent.
rev. VENVS GENETRIX.
Venus seated left with sceptre
RIC 388a
HG
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Julia Domna8 viewsWife of Sept. Severus, Empress 193-217 AD, AR Denarius, Rome Mint, Struck 203 AD
Obverse: IVLIA AVGVSTA, Bareheaded bust right, draped
Reverse: PIETAS PVBLICA, Pietas standing left, veiled, both hands
raised, palms up; at left, an altar
References: RIC 574, RSC 156, BMC 69
Size: 20mm, 2.96g
Justin L
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Julia Domna9 viewsSilver Denarius
Roman Imperial - The Principate

Julia Domna

Laodicea mint, 197 A.D
Fine, ragged flan
18.0 mm / 3.492 g / 0°

Obverse: "IVLIA AVGVSTA", draped bust right.
Reverse: "VESTAE SANCTAE", Vesta standing left, holding patera and scepter.

RIC 648. RSC 246. Sear 5 6614.

*Scarce*

MyID: 020G

Traded 2019
TenthGen
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Julia Domna6 viewsSilver Denarius
Roman Imperial - The Principate

Julia Domna

Rome mint, ~201 A.D
VF, luster
19.0 mm / 2.360 g / 0°

Obverse: "IVLIA AVGVSTA", draped bust right.
Reverse: "SAECVLI FELICITAS", Isis, wearing peaked headdress on head, standing right, left foot on prow, holding Horus; behind, rudder. Unequal ship heights.

RIC 577, RSC 174.

MyID: 008C
TenthGen
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Julia Domna8 viewsAE As, Rome Mint, Struck 198 AD
Obverse: IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust right, hair in waved horizontal ridges, looped plait on neck.
Reverse: HIL-A-RITAS S-C, Hilaritas standing left holding a long branch & cornucopiae.
References: RIC 877, SRCV 6641,
Cohen 74, BMC 786
Size: 26mm, 9.63g
Justin L
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Julia Domna11 viewsJulia Domna, AR denarius. IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust right / FORTVNAE FELICI, Fortuna seated left, holding cornucopiae and rudder on globe, child standing before her. RIC 554Ajax
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Julia Domna (193-217 AD) 14 viewsDenar (196-211 AD)
Obv. IVLIA AVGVSTA
Rev. PIETAS AVGG
mint: Rome
RIC 572
Misak33
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Julia Domna RIC IV 64616 viewsObv: IVLIA AVGVSTA
draped bust right, small loop at neck
Rev: VENVS FELIX
Venus standing left, holding apple and sceptre
19mm 3.4gm
OWL365
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Julia Domna RIC VI 54622 viewsObv: IVLIA AVGVSTA
draped bust right
Rev: CERERI FRVGIF
Ceres seated left, holding corn-ears and long torch
18mm 2.1gm
OWL365
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Julia Domna & Geta, Denarius - 035089 viewsRome mint, AD 201
IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust of Julia Domna right.
P SEPT GETA CAES PONT, bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust of Geta right, seen from behind.
3.02 g, 20 mm
Ex. Pscipio
3 commentsPotator II
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Julia Domna & peacock23 viewsJulia Domna, Silver denarius, RIC 560, RSC 97, F, Rome, 2.892g, 16.6mm, 180o, 198 A.D.; obverse IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust right; reverse IVNO REGINA, Juno standing left holding patera and scepter, peacock at feet; ex FORVMkaitsuburi
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Julia Domna & peacock (2)15 viewsJulia Domna, Augusta 194 - 8 April 217 A.D. Silver denarius, RIC IV 560, RSC III 97, Sear 1988: 1841, F, tight oval flan, Rome mint, 3.142g, 17.1mm, 180o, 196 A.D.; obverse IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust right; reverse IVNO REGINA, Juno standing left holding patera and scepter, peacock at feet. ex FORVMPodiceps
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JULIA DOMNA (193 - 217 A.D.)45 viewsAR Denarius
O: IVLIA AVGVSTA, Draped bust right.
R: VENVS VICTRIX, Venus, naked to waist, standing left, holding helmet and palm, resting elbow on column, shield at feet.
Rome
17.5mm
2.8g
RIC 581 BMCRE p. 168, 90 RSC 215
1 commentsMat
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Julia Domna (193 - 217 A.D.)52 viewsAR Denarius
O: IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust right.
R: CONCO-RDIA, Concordia seated left, patera in extended right, cornucopia in left.
Laodicea ad Mare (Latakia, Syria) mint, 196 - 202 A.D.
2.8g
19mm
RIC IV 637, Cohen 21
3 commentsMat
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Julia Domna (193 - 217 A.D.)30 viewsAR Antoninianus
O: IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG, Diademed and draped bust right, resting on crescent.
R: VENVS GENETRIX, Venus seated left holding hand out, and scepter.
Rome
4.5g
23mm
RIC 388a, RSC 206a
1 commentsMat
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Julia Domna (193 - 217 A.D.)70 viewsAR Denarius
O: IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust right.
R: VENUS FELIX (Venus the Fortunate), Venus standing facing, head left, holding apple in right hand and drawing drapery from shoulder.
Rome Mint, 196 - 211 A.D.
3.4g
18mm
RIC IV 580, BMCRE V 85, RSC III 198
5 commentsMat
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Julia Domna (193 - 217 A.D.)61 viewsAR Denarius
IVLIA DOMNA AVG; Draped bust to right.
VESTA; Vesta seated left, holding palladium and scepter.
Rome Mint, 193 - 195 A.D.
3.3g
17mm
IC IV-1 Rome 538
2 commentsMat
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Julia Domna (mother of Caracalla) AR Denarius.17 viewsRome, AD 211-215. IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG, draped bust right / VESTA, Vesta seated left, holding simpulum and scepter. RIC 391 (Caracalla); RSC 226. 2.50g, 19mm, 6h. Good Very Fine. Flan crack at 4h.1 commentsChris C2
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Julia Domna (RIC 572, Coin #23)10 viewsRIC 572 (C), AR Denarius, Rome, 204 AD.
Obv: IVLIA AVGVSTA Draped bust right.
Rev: PIETAS AVGG Pietas standing left, veiled, sacrificing on altar left & holding incense box.
Size: 18.3mm 3.22gm
MaynardGee
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Julia Domna (RIC 637, Coin #128)27 viewsRIC 637 (C), AR Denarius, Laodicea, 202 AD.
Obv: IVLIA AVGVSTA Draped bust right.
Rev: CONCORDIA Concordia seated left, holding patera in right hand, double cornucopiae in left.
Size: 18.4mm 3.24gm
1 commentsMaynardGee
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Julia Domna (RIC 877, Coin #701)7 viewsRIC 877 (Scarce), AE Dupondius, Rome, 196-211 AD.
OBV: IVLIA AVGVSTA; Draped bust right.
REV: HILARITAS S C; Hilaritas standing left, holding palm branch and cornucopiae.
SIZE: 26.4mm, 10.62g
MaynardGee
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Julia Domna (wife of Septimius Severus and mother of Geta and Caracalla)4 viewsRIC IV-1 572 (Septimius Severus & Julia Domna)

AR denarius (18-19 mm), Rome mint, Second Issue, struck ca. 196-211 A.D.

Obv: IVLIA—AVGVSTA, draped bust, right.

Rev: PIETAS AVGG, Pietas veiled standing left, sprinkling incense over alter and holding box.
Stkp
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Julia Domna (wife of Septimius Severus, mother of Caracalla and Geta)
193–217 CE
85 viewsAR antoninianus, Rome, 215 CE; 4.75g. BMCRE 9, C 106, RIC 379a. Obv: IVLIA PIA – FELIX AVG; diademed and draped bust right on crescent. Rx: LVNA LVCIFERA; Luna in biga left.

Notes: Seventh issue of the sole reign of Caracalla. Scarce; fewer than twenty specimens in the hoards studied by P.V. Hill (nine in Reka Devnia).

Provenance: Ex Berk BBS 130 (January 2003), lot 491.
5 commentsMichael K5
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Julia Domna (wife of Septimius Severus, mother of Caracalla and Geta)
193–217 CE
42 viewsAR denarius, Rome, 211 CE; 3.20g. RIC 385, RSC 172a. Obv: IVLIA PIA – FELIX AVG; draped bust r. Rx: PVDICITIA; Pudicitia (Cohen says Julia) veiled, seated left, head front, right hand on breast and left hand holds scepter.

Notes: Second issue of the joint reign of Caracalla and Geta. Rare; fewer than ten specimens in the hoards studied by P.V. Hill.

Provenance: Ex Goldberg 72 (5–6 February 2013), lot 4495.
1 commentsMichael K5
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Julia Domna (wife of Septimius Severus, mother of Caracalla and Geta), 193–217 CE75 viewsAR Denarius, Rome mint, 211 CE, 3.30g. BM 33a (p. 435), RIC-, RSC 251a (C.L. Clay and Vienna). Obv: IVLIA PIA - FELIX AVG; draped bust right. Rx: VOTA PVBLICA; Pietas (Julia?) standing left, dropping incense on lighted altar and holding open box.

Notes: Rare; none in Reka Devnia. A specimen was purchased by the British Museum in 1973; another in the G.R. Arnold Collection sold in the Glendining sale (21 November 1984), lot 113 (a pair of denarii), pl. V (this type illustrated); hammer price for the lot £120.
2 commentsMichael K5
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Julia Domna (wife of Septimus Severus) Denarius21 viewsIVLIA AVGVSTA Draped bust right, hair in bun behind / LAETITIA, Laetitia standing, head left, holding patera and rudder. RIC 561, RSC 101. (193 – 210 AD).mestreaudi
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Julia Domna * Vesta, Silver Denarius * 193-217 AD.153 views
Julia 'the Loyal' Felix Augusta * Vesta * AR Denarius

Obv: IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG, draped bust right
Rev: VESTA, Vesta standing left, holding palladium and scepter.

Mint: Rome
Struck: 213 AD.

Size: 19 mm.
Weight: 3.6 grams
Die axis: 180 degs.

Condition: Beautiful clear, bright luster.

Refs:*
RIC IV 390 (Antoninus Bassianus * Caracalla)
BMCRE 29 (same)
RSC 230

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Julia Domna - AR denarius32 viewsRome
203 AD
draped bust right
IVLIA__AVGVSTA
Pietas standing left, raising both hands, altar to left
PIETAS__PVBLICA
SRCV II 6601, RIC IV Sept Sev 574, RSC III 156
2,42 g 18-17,5 mm
ex Jiří Militký
1 commentsJohny SYSEL
Julia_Domna_Cybele.jpg
Julia Domna - AR denarius9 viewsRome
c. 205 AD
draped bust right
IVLIA__AVGVSTA
Cybele seated left between two lions, wearing towered crown, resting left arm on drum, holding branch and scepter
MATER__DEVM
RIC IV S564; RSC III 123; BMCRE V p. 163, S51; Hunter III p. 42, S11; SRCV II 6593
ex Aurea
Johny SYSEL
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Julia Domna - Bonus Eventus I11 viewsJulia Domna
Denarius
194 A.D.
Alexandria
Av.: IVLIA DO - MNA AVG / draped bust right
Rev.: BONI - EVENTVS / Bonus Eventus standing left, holding plate of fruit in right hand, grain ears in left
3,09 Gr., 12 h die axis
RIC 608, Coh. 10
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bonus_eventus_II_fac.jpg
Julia Domna - Bonus Eventus II7 viewsJulia Domna
Denarius
194 A.D.
Alexandria
Av.: IVLIA DO - MNA AVG / draped bust right
Rev.: BONI E - VENTVS / Bonus Eventus standing left, holding plate of fruit in right hand, grain ears in left
2,96 Gr., 12 h die axis
RIC 608, Coh. 10

Another example of the Bonus Eventus with different Reverse-Legend splitting.
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Julia Domna - CERERI FRVG9 viewsJulia Domna
solid silver denarius
irregular mint
Av.: IVLIA DO - AVGVST(sic!) / draped bust right
Rev.: CERERI - FRVG / Ceres seated left, holding grain ears and long torch
2,80 Gr., 1 h die axis
(RIC 546 Var., Coh. 14 Var. - legend with FRVGIF)
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Julia Domna.jpg
Julia Domna - denarius24 viewsIVLIA AVGVSTA
FORTVNAE FELICI , Fortune seated left on throne, holding cornucopiae and rudder on globe.

RIC 553
Ginolerhino
mat_fac.jpg
Julia Domna - Denarius - MAT AVGG MAT SEN M PATR14 viewsJulia Domna
Denarius
Febr. - Dec. 214
Rome
Av.: IVLIA PIA - FELIX AVG / draped bust right
Rev.: MAT AVGG MAT SEN M PATR / Julia standing left, holding branch and sceptre
2,99 Gr., 6 h die axis
RIC 380, Coh. 114
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mat_castr_sitting_fac.jpg
Julia Domna - Denarius - MATRI CASTRORVM (sitting)34 viewsJulia Domna
Denarius
193 A.D.
Rome
Av.: IVLIA - AVGVSTA / draped bust right
Rev.:MATRI - CASTRO - RVM / Julia sitting left, holding Phoenix and sceptre, two standards to her left
3,19Gr., 6 h die axis
RIC 568, Coh. 131
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mat_castr_standing_fac.jpg
Julia Domna - Denarius - MATRI CASTRORVM (standing)15 viewsJulia Domna
Denarius
193 A.D.
Rome
Av.: IVLIA - AVGVSTA / draped bust right
Rev.:MATRI - CASTR - ORVM / Julia standing left, holding patera, two standards to her left
3,18 Gr., 12 h die axis
RIC 567, Coh. 134
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pietas_pvblica_fac.jpg
Julia Domna - Denarius - PIETAS PVBLICA11 viewsJulia Domna
Denarius
196 - 211 A.D.
Rome
Av.: IVLIA - AVGVSTA / draped bust right
Rev.: PIETAS - PVBLICA / Pietas veiled standing front, head left, raising both hands; in front, altar
3,38 Gr., 12 h die axis
RIC 574, Coh. 156
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Julia Domna - Denarius - RIC 388c10 viewsObv: IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG, draped bust right
Rev: VENVS GENETRIX, Venus seated left, extending right hand and holding sceptre in left
Mint: Rome
Date: 216 AD
Ref: RIC IV 388c (Caracalla), RSC 212, BMC 23B
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veneri_vicos_fac.jpg
Julia Domna - Denarius - VENERI VI COS16 viewsJulia Domna
Denarius
193 A.D.
Rome
Av.: IVLIA DO - MNA AVG / draped bust right
Rev.: VENERI - VI COS / Venus, naked to waist, standing right, holding apple and palm, resting elbow on column (drapery fabric hanging next to column and palm)
2,97 Gr., 6 h die axis
RIC -, Coh. -

An interesting reverse error...
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veneri_victr_I_fac.jpg
Julia Domna - Denarius - VENERI VICTR (I)25 viewsJulia Domna
Denarius
193 A.D.
Rome
Av.: IVLIA DO - MNA AVG / draped bust right
Rev.: VENERI - VICTR / Venus, naked to waist, standing right, holding apple and palm, resting elbow on column (drapery fabric hanging next to column)
3,06 Gr., 6 h die axis
RIC 536, Coh. 193

I love this sexy ... back ;-)
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veneri_victr_II_fac.jpg
Julia Domna - Denarius - VENERI VICTR (II)13 viewsJulia Domna
Denarius
193 A.D.
Rome
Av.: IVLIA DO - MNA AVG / draped bust right
Rev.: VENERI - VICTR / Venus, naked to waist, standing right, holding apple and palm, resting elbow on column (drapery fabric hanging next to palm)
3,52 Gr., 6 h die axis
RIC 536, Coh. 193
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venvs_genetrix_fac.jpg
Julia Domna - Denarius - VENVS GENETRIX19 viewsJulia Domna
Denarius
216 A.D.
Rome
Av.: IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG / draped bust right
Rev.: VENVS GENETRIX / Venus seated left, extending right hand and holding scepter in her left
2,31 Gr., 6 h die axis
RIC 388(c), Coh. 212
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venvs_victrix_fac.jpg
Julia Domna - Denarius - VENVS VICTRIX 18 viewsJulia Domna
Denarius
206 - 211 A.D.
Rome
Av.: IVLIA - AVGVSTA / draped bust right
Rev.: VENVS - VICTRIX / Venus, naked to waist, standing left, holding helmet and palm, resting elbow on column, shield at feet
2,03 Gr., 6 h die axis
RIC 581, Coh. 215
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581_variante.jpg
Julia Domna - denarius - VENVS VICTRIX ("Variant")31 viewsJulia Domna
Denarius
196 - 210 A.D.
Rome
Av.: IVLIA - AVGVSTA / draped bust right - Type "Arcus Argentariorum"
Rev.: VENVS - VICTRIX / Venus, naked to waist, standing left, holding helmet and palm, resting elbow on column with cuirass right, Cupid holding shield at feet
3,59 Gr., 6 h die axis
RIC - (see 581 Var.), Coh. -

Also the hairstyle is different from RIC 581.
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IuliaDomna_Den_RIC_564.jpg
Julia Domna - denarius RIC 56418 viewsJulia Domna. AR Denarius, Rome mint; 3.22g; obv. IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust right; rev. MATER DEVM, Cybele, towered, enthroned left between two lions, leaning on drum and holding branch & scepter. RIC 564; RSC 123.Bartosz A
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Julia Domna - ET I A II21 viewsJulia Domna
Denarius
194 A.D.
Alexandria
Av.: IVLIA.DO - MNA AVG / draped bust right
Rev.: ET - I - A II / Pietas seated left, holding palladium in right hand, sceptre in left
2,58 Gr., ca. 12 h die axis
RIC - , Cohen - , BMC - , SEV-475 Barry P. Murphy Coll.
Bickford-Smith, "The Imperial Mints in the East for Septimius Severus: It is time to begin a thorough reconsideration," in RIN 1994/1995, pg. 56
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Julia Domna - Fourree8 viewsFourree Denarius
Roman Imperial - The Principate

Julia Domna

Uncertain mint, ~200 A.D
Base metal core beneath silver surface, encrustations remain
19.5 mm / 2.814 g / 180°

Obverse: "IVLIA AVGVSTA", draped bust right.
Reverse: "DIANA LVCIFERA", Diana standing left, holding torch.

RIC 548, RSC 27.

MyID: 009E
TenthGen
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Julia Domna - Hilaritas33 viewsJulia Domna, Hilaritas

Obverse: IVLIA AVGVSTA - draped bust right
Reverse: HILARITAS - Hilaritas standing left, holding palm and cornucopiae
Mint : Laodicea
Date : AD 198-202
Reference : RIC IV 639 (Severus); BMCRE 600 (Severus); RSC 72
Grade : VF
Weight : 4.49g
Denom: Denarius
Acquired: 01/08/04
Bolayi
juno.jpg
Julia Domna - IVNO12 viewsJulia Domna
solid silver denarius
irregular mint
Av.: IVLIA - AVGVSTA / draped bust right
Rev.: I - V - N - O / Juno standing left, holding patera in right hand, sceptre in left; peackock at her feet left
2,72 Gr.,12 h die axis
(RIC 559, Coh. 82)
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moneta_fac~0.jpg
Julia Domna - Moneta9 viewsJulia Domna
Denarius
194 A.D.
Alexandria
Av.: IVLIA DO - MNA AVG / draped bust right
Rev.: MONETA - AVG, Moneta standing left, holding scales in right hand, cornucopiae in left
3,05 Gr., 12 h die axis
RIC 610 , Coh. 143 (=144)
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Julia Domna - PIETAS / Palladium24 viewsJulia Domna
Denarius
194 A.D.
Alexandria
Av.: IVLIA DO - MNA AVG / draped bust right
Rev.: PI - E - TAS / Pietas seated left, holding palladium in right hand
2,55 Gr., 6 h die axis
RIC 612 (no sceptre), SEV-481 - 482 Barry P. Murphy Coll.
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Julia Domna - PIETAS / Victory18 viewsJulia Domna
Denarius
194 A.D.
Alexandria
Av.: IVLIA DO - MNA AVG / draped bust right
Rev.: PIE - TAS / Pietas seated left, holding victory in right hand
3,03 Gr., 6 h die axis
RIC 612 (no sceptre), SEV-480 Barry P. Murphy Coll. (same dies)
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pietas_publica.jpg
Julia Domna - PIETAS PVBLICA11 viewsJulia Domna
Denarius
198 - 202 A.D.
Laodicea ad Mare(?) - new style
Av.: IVLIA - AVGVSTA / draped bust right
Rev.: PIETAS PVBLICA, Pietas standing facing, head left, both hands raised, lit altar left
3,04 Gr., 12 h die axis
RIC 643, Coh. 156
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Julia Domna - PONTIF TR P XII COS III 33 viewsJulia Domna
denarius
irregular mint
Av.: IVLIA - AVGSTA(sic!) / draped bust right
Rev.: PONTIF TR P XII COS III / Concordia seated left, holding patera and double cornucopiae (RIC 111 Caracalla)
2,70 Gr., 6 h die axis
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Julia Domna - PVDICITIA11 viewsJulia Domna
Denarius
198 - 202 A.D.
Laodicea ad Mare(?) - new style
Av.: IVLIA - AVGVSTA / draped bust right
Rev.: PVDI - CITIA / Pudicitia seated left, both hands on breast
3,10 Gr.,6 h die axis
RIC 644, Coh. 168
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pudicitia~0.jpg
Julia Domna - PVDICITIA8 viewsJulia Domna
solid silver denarius
irregular mint
Av.: IVLIA - AVGVST(sic!) / draped bust right
Rev.: PVDI - CITIA / Pudicitia seated left
2,76 Gr.,6 h die axis
(RIC 644, Coh. 168)

Imitates a Laodicea-ad-Mare-style denarius.
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Julia_Domna.jpg
Julia Domna - RIC 57771 viewsSilver Denarius. ca 200 AD. IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust right / SAECVLI FELICITAS, Isis, wearing polos on head, standing right, left foot on prow, holding Horus; behind, rudder. RSC 174, RIC 577, BMC 75, RCV 66061 commentsBud Stewart
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Julia Domna - SAECVL FELICIT in ancient bezel47 viewsJulia Domna
Denarius
194 A.D.
Emesa(?)
Av.: IVLIA DO - MNA AVG / draped bust right
Rev.: SAECVL FELICIT / crescent moon and seven stars
3,58 Gr., 6 h die axis
RIC 629, Coh. 173

In poor condition, but a mysterious denarius timepiece in an ancient bezel.

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Iulia_Domna_RIC.jpg
Julia Domna - Sestertius - RIC 8429 viewsObv: IVLIA DOMNA AVG, draped bust right, hair waved and coiled at back
Rev: VENERI VICT S-C, Venus leaning on column, nude to below waist, seen from behind standing right, holding palm branch & globe
Size: 25 mm
Weight: 23,6 g
Ref: RIC IV 842 (Septimius Severus), Cohen 195, BMC 488
Rarity: R
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P1090179.jpg
Julia Domna - VENEBI VICTR26 viewsJulia Domna
Denarius
194 A.D.
Emesa(?)
Av.: IVLIA DO - MNA AVG / draped bust right
Rev.: VENEB(sic!)I - VICTR / Venus, naked to waist, standing right, holding apple and palm, resting elbow on column
2,27 Gr., 6 h die axis
RIC 632 Var., Coh. 194 Var.
See SEV-460 (Bonae Spei) - Barry P. Murphy Collection - for same obverse die
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lam_vener_vict_fac.jpg
Julia Domna - VENER VICT13 viewsJulia Domna
Denarius
195 A.D.
Laodicea ad Mare(?) - old style
Av.: IVLIA DO - MNA AVG / draped bust right
Rev.: VENER - VICT / Venus standing left, holding apple in right hand, sceptre in left
2,52 Gr., 6 h die axis
RIC 630, Coh. 188a
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lam_vener_victor_fac.jpg
Julia Domna - VENER VICTOR (I)30 viewsJulia Domna
Denarius
194 A.D.
Laodicea ad Mare(?) - old style
Av.: IVLIA DO - MNA AVG / draped bust right
Rev.: VENER - VICTOR / Venus, naked to waist, standing right, holding apple and palm, resting elbow on column
2,97 Gr., 12 h die axis
RIC 633, Coh. 189, SEV-472 Emesa (Barry P. Murphy)

Not in according with Barry P. Murphy I would take this issue to "Laodicea ad Mare"
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vener_victor_II.jpg
Julia Domna - VENER VICTOR (II)17 viewsJulia Domna
Denarius
194 A.D.
Laodicea ad Mare(?) - old style
Av.: IVLIA DO - MNA AVG / draped bust right
Rev.: VENER - VICTOR / Venus, naked to waist, standing right, holding apple and palm, resting elbow on column
1,62 Gr., 12 h die axis
RIC 633, Coh. 189, SEV-472 Emesa (Barry P. Murphy)

Another example but in poor condition...
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veneri_victr.jpg
Julia Domna - VENERI VICTR13 viewsJulia Domna
solid silver denarius
irregular mint
Av.: IVLIA DO - MNA AVG / draped bust right
Rev.: VENER - I - V - ICTR / Venus, naked to waist, standing right, holding apple and palm, resting elbow on column
2,95 Gr., 12 h die axis
(RIC 632, Coh. 194)
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venus_felix_I_fac.jpg
Julia Domna - Venus Felix with legend IVLIA AVGVSTA8 viewsJulia Domna
Denarius
195 A.D.
Alexandria
Av.: IVLIA - AVGVSTA / draped bust right
Rev.: VENVS - FELIX / Venus standing left, holding apple in right hand, fold of drapery in left
2,85 Gr., 6 h die axis
RIC - , Coh. - , Bickford-Smith Pl. I, 10

The last and most common issue for Julia in Alexandria.
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Julia Domna - Venus Felix with legend IVLIA DOMNA AVG11 viewsJulia Domna
Denarius
early in 195 A.D.
Alexandria
Av.: IVLIA DO - MNA AVG / draped bust right
Rev.: VENVS - FELIX / Venus standing left, holding apple in right hand, fold of drapery in left
2,78 Gr., 6 h die axis
RIC - , Coh. -

The early and rarer Venus Felix with the old Av-Legend IVLIA DOMNA AVG
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Julia Domna - Venus Victrix26 viewsJulia Domna
Denarius
194 A.D.
Alexandria
Av.: IVLIA DO - MNA AVG / draped bust right
Rev.: VENER - VIC / Venus, naked to waist, standing right, holding apple and palm, resting elbow on column
2,54 Gr., 12 h die axis
RIC - , Coh. -
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emesa_vener_vict_fac.jpg
Julia Domna - Venus Victrix / VENER VICT13 viewsJulia Domna
Denarius
194 or 195 A.D.
Emesa or Laodicea ad Mare(?)
Av.: IVLIA DO - MNA AVG / draped bust right
Rev.: VENER - VICT / Venus, naked to waist, standing right, holding apple and palm, resting elbow on column
3, 08 Gr., 12 h die axis
RIC -, Coh. -

Perhaps it could be an issue from 'Laodicea ad Mare'.
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emesa_veneri_victr_fac.jpg
Julia Domna - Venus Victrix / VENERI VICTR13 viewsJulia Domna
Denarius
194 A.D.
Emesa(?)
Av.: IVLIA DO - MNA AVG / draped bust right
Rev.: VENER - I - V - ICTR / Venus, naked to waist, standing right, holding apple and palm, resting elbow on column
2,75 Gr., 6 h die axis
RIC 632, Coh. 194
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venus_felix_I.jpg
Julia Domna - VENVS FELIX (No. 1)13 viewsJulia Domna
solid silver denarius
irregular mint
Av.: IVLIA - AVGVSTA / draped bust right
Rev.: VENV - S FELIX / Venus standing facing, head left, holding apple in right hand and drawing drapery from shoulder
2,90 Gr.,6 h die axis
(RIC 580, Coh. 198)
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venus_felix_II.jpg
Julia Domna - VENVS FELIX (No. 2)13 viewsJulia Domna
solid silver denarius
irregular mint
Av.: IVLIA - AVGVSTA / draped bust right
Rev.: VENVS - F - ELIX / Venus standing facing, head left, holding apple in right hand and drawing drapery from shoulder
2,94 Gr.,6 h die axis
(RIC 580, Coh. 198)
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vestae_sanctae.jpg
Julia Domna - VESTAE SANCTAE13 viewsJulia Domna
Denarius
198 - 202 A.D.
Laodicea ad Mare(?) - new style
Av.: IVLIA - AVGVSTA / draped bust right
Rev.: VESTAE - SANCTAE / Vesta standing left, holding patera in right hand, sceptre in left
2,47 Gr., 12 h die axis
RIC 648, Coh. 246
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Julia_Domna_RIC_552.jpg
Julia Domna - [RIC III 552, RSC 55, BMC 24]90 viewsSilver denarius, 2.74g, 19mm, 15 degree, 210 A.D.

Obv. - IVLIA AVGVSTA, bare headed bust right

Rev. - FORTVNAE FELICI, Fortuna standing left, holding cornucopia in right and leaning on reversed rudder with left
___________

Purchased Through Private Means from Constantinos Panagopoulos [Dino on Forum Ancient Coins]

Ex. Constantinos G. Panagopoulos Collection and Photo
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Julia_Domna_RIC_576.jpg
Julia Domna - [RIC V-I 576, RSC 168, Sear (1998) 1848 (not in new Sear for the Rome mint issue)]39 viewsSilver denarius, 3.43g, 18.88mm, 180 degree, Laodicea ad Mare mint, 196-211 A.D.

Obv. - IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust right

Rev. - PVDICITIA, Pudicitia seated left, veiled & right hand on her breast, left arm at side
___________

Purchased from eBay
renegade3220
JuliaDomna-moeda1.jpg
Julia Domna 167-217 AD, 2nd wife of Septimius Severus.70 viewsAR Denarius of Julia Domna 167-217 AD, 2nd wife of Septimius Severus.

Weight: 2.9gr
Ø: 18mm

Obv: IVLIA AVGVSTA - Julia Domna right.

Rev: VENVS FELIX - Venus standing leff, holding an apple.

EF/EF

Sear ?? - RIC 580 - C 198
Jorge C
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Julia Domna 193-211 denarius33 viewsOb. IVLIA AVGVSTA Draped bust right
Rev. FELICITAS Felicitas standing, head left, holding short caduceus and long scepter
Ref. RIC 551, RSC 47, BMC 22

Felicitas is the personification of happiness and prosperity. Usually seen with a caduceus and a cornucopia or sceptre. Sometimes she is portrayed leaning on a column and sometimes seen sacrificing with patera and altar.

-:Bacchus:-
Bacchus
jd3.jpg
Julia Domna 193-211 denarius34 viewsOb. IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust right
Rev. SAECVLI FELICITAS, Isis, wearing peaked head-dress on head, standing right, left foot on prow, holding Horus (or more properly - Harpokrates); behind, rudder resting against altar.

Ref. RIC 577, RSC 174, BMC 75

IVLIA AVGVSTA Julia is your Empress
SAECVLI FELICITAS This is a happy age


-:Bacchus:-
Bacchus
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Julia Domna 193-211 denarius Pietas27 viewsOb. IVLIA AVGVSTA, draped bust right
Rev. PIETAS PVBLICA, Pietas standing left, raising both hands at altar
Ref. RIC 643
Mint Laodicea ad Mare
Scarce
196-202AD



-:Bacchus:-
Bacchus
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Julia Domna 194-217 ad23 viewsAr denarius, wife of Septimius Severus, (obv) IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG, draped bust right
(Rev) DIANA LVCIFERA, Diana standing left, lit torch in both hands. Rome mint, struck 211-217 ad
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