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Julia Domna, 17mm 2.64gms
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My favorite is the Eastern mint denarius from the Syrian mint traditionally known as Laodicea.
My example of the type
..thank you gentlemen, for your opinion. ..i truly do value it.
Julia Domna, AD 193-211.
Roman AR Denarius, 2.97 g, 19.35 mm, 6 h.
Rome, AD 214.
Obv: IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG, bare-headed and draped bust, right.
Rev: DIANA LVCIFERA, Diana standing left, holding flaming torch with both hands.
Refs: RIC 373A; BMCRE 1; RCV 7100.
Funny how young and beautiful Domna is under her hubby vs her son.
Here mine from under Caracalla:
And having it weight less might be a good thing - a couple years back I got burnt on a fake Julia Domna denarius - the weight was something like 3.6 grams, which first got my fake-dar pinging. Then I found a die match on the Forgery Network. Live and learn.
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