Julia S. and a Elagablaus

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  1. Everett Guy

    Everett Guy Well-Known Member

    Got these 2 in the mail today, ordered them in Nov. Nice score if I do say so my self, not the best pics but, I do have Attribute info.... (I am getting with the program..lol) 20210108_210401.jpg 20210108_210340.jpg 20210108_210440.jpg 20210108_210420.jpg
     
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  3. Everett Guy

    Everett Guy Well-Known Member

    20210108_172317.jpg 20210108_172301.jpg A couple other pics
     
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  4. Roman Collector

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    Nice pair of denarii! Lovely acquisitions for your collection, @Everett Guy.

    You might be interested in this thread.

    Here's the dupondius version of your Julia Soaemias coin:

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    Julia Soaemias, AD 218-222.
    Roman orichalcum dupondius, 11.05 g, 25.3 mm, 7 h.
    Rome, AD 221-222.
    Obv: IVLIA SOAEMIAS AVG, bare-headed and draped bust, r.
    Rev: VENVS CAELESTIS S C, Venus enthroned l., holding apple and scepter; child standing r. at her feet.
    Refs: RIC 408; BMCRE 387; RCV 7729; Cohen 20; Thirion 390.
     
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  5. Everett Guy

    Everett Guy Well-Known Member

    The thread in the link has alot of great info and the artwork is steller. The history is amazing. I wonder if there is a movie out there? Definitely would make a great movie.
     
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