, & found a beautiful denarius of Julia Soaemias, from FORVM ANCIENT COINS that did the trick . See photos below. The coin has an excellent portrait Julia & a stunning reverse of the "Celestial Venus" made from a fresh die. The coin measures 18 mm in diameter, was struck at the Rome Mint in AD 220/221, & has been blessed with fine old cabinet toning . Julia Soaemias was the best looking of the 3 daughters of Julia Maesa, & was very lascivious . Her son, Elagabalus, was elected emperor in AD 218 & is best known for his cruelty & debauchery . Both mother & son were murdered by the Praetorian Guard under the direction of Julia Maesa in AD 222 .