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Women Of Rome - Julia Domna

 
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 Posted 02/24/2018  9:32 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add travelcoin to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
This coin was in a lot of unidentifiable coins. But I think I got it - with some help. If I got it wrong let me know.

I know, she's not looking so hot, but I'm going to post her out of respect that she deserves.
This is a provincial made with orichalcum (a type of brass).

Julia Domna. Tabae, Caria. 193-211 AD. IOV ΔOMNA CE, draped bust right / TABHNΩN, Tyche standing left holding rudder and cornucopiae.



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 Posted 05/09/2018  03:48 am  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add nuggethill to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Most of my coins came from FORVM ANCIENT COINS or there members
obv:IVLIA AVGVSTA
bust r,
rev:VESTAE SANCTAE
vesta std l, holding patera and scepter




and this one same obv as above
rev: FORTVNAE FELICI
fortuna std l, holding cornucopiae & rudder




cheers Harry
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Hong Kong
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 Posted 09/01/2018  12:17 am  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add coffeyce to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Here is my example

Julia Domna (mother of Caracalla) AR Denarius. Rome, AD 211-215. IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG, draped bust right / VESTA, Vesta seated left, holding simpulum and sceptre. RIC 391 (Caracalla); RSC 226. 2.50g, 19mm, 6h.


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 Posted 09/19/2019  10:57 am  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add rimnick to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply


This silver Denarius was part of a massive hoard of over 2,000 Denarii that were discovered. The hoard was buried, most likely to keep it safe and hidden in a time of great turmoil in the Roman Empire.
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