Roman Empire: Julia Domna, AD 193-217, AR Denarius, NGC AU 4/5, 4/5


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This NGC-certified Roman denarius features the captivating portrait of Julia Domna. This ancient coin serves as a tangible connection to the Roman Empire’s rich heritage, allowing you to hold a piece of the past in your hands. Julia Domna, was a powerful and influential empress, exudes elegance and strength in this intricately detailed coin. Its meticulously preserved condition and authenticity is a must-have for any passionate collector or history enthusiast.

ROMAN EMPIRE: Julia Domna, AD 193-217, AR Denarius (19mm, 3.21g, 7h), NGC AU 4/5, 4/5. Rome Mint, AD 207-211.

Obverse: IVLAA AVGVSTA; draped bust of Julia Domna right, seen from front, hair waved and bound at back of head in large chignon.

Reverse: FORTVNAE FELICI; Fortuna enthroned left, cornucopia in right hand, leaning with left arm on rudder set on globe, child standing right at feet to left, reaching toward her.

RIC IV.I 554 (Septimius Severus).

If you would like to learn more about the importance of the denarius in Ancient Rome, we recommend reading our blog post: “Denarius: How Rome’s Coins Kept An Empire Stable.”

If you want to learn more about Elagabalus, we recommend reading our blog post: “Julia Domna: Mother Of The Camps.”

If you want to read a brief timeline of Ancient Rome, we recommend reading our blog post: “Ancient Rome: The City Founded By Two Brothers.”


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